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SYLLABUS M.Tech. ( Mechanical Engg.

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MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK

Maharshi Dayanand University
Rohtak

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M.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
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SYLLABUS M.Tech. ( Mechanical Engg.)

M.TECH (MANUFACTURING AND AUTOMATION)
SYLLABUS 20011-12
The Credit requirements of the course : 65
Core courses
:
10
Programme Elective Courses
:
02
General Elective
:
01
CORE COURSES
First Semester
Subject
Code

Subject

Subject
Code

Metal Forming Analysis

3

3-0-0

100

50

Welding and allied
processes

3

3-0-0

100

50

833

Mechatronics & product
design

3

3-0-0

100

50

834

Design, Planning and
control of production
systems

3

3-0-0

100

50

Foundry Technology

3

837

Welding Lab

Credit (L-T-P) Marks Weightage
Theory Sessional

951

Mechanical Design II

4

3-2-0

100

50

Simulation and Analysis

3

3-0-0

100

50

--

General Elective

3

3-0-0

100

50

CIM Lab

1

0-0-2

3-0-0

25

957

Seminar

1

0-0-2

25

25

959

Minor Project

5

0-0-10

100

100

Total

17

9-2-14

425

325

Note :The student will have to select one subject from list of Program Elective-I and
one subject from list of Program Elective-II and one subject from list of General
Elective as under :

921

ROBOTIC ENGINEERING

Int.

923

INDUSTRIAL INSPECTION

25

925

1
1

0-0-2

QUALITY CONTROL TECHNIQUES

25

25

927

0-0-2

DESIGN AND METALLURGY OF WELDED JOINTS

25

25

838

Mechatronics Lab

1

0-0-2

25

Crash Course

0

3-0-0

*

Total

18

18-0-6

575

LIST OF PROGRAM ELECTIVE - II
970

AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

972

FINITE ELELMENT METHOD

* Student has to pass the examination No. credit is given for this subject

974

MACHINE TOOL DYNAMICS

SECOND SEMESTER

976

325

Credit (L-T-P) Marks Weightage
Theory Sessional

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MANUFACTURING

Subject
Code

Subject

980

VALUE ENGINEERING

904

Project Management

3

3-0-0

100

50

982

ADVANCED THEORY OF VIBRATIONS

906

Mechanical Design I

4

3-2-0

100

50

--

Prog. Elective I

3

3-0-0

100

50

984
986

ENERGY, ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT

988

COMPUTER INTERGRATED MFG.

--

Prog. Elective- II

3

3-0-0

100

50

908

Automation in Mfg.

3

3-0-0

100

50

Ext.

Int.

912

Automation Lab

1

0-0-2

25

25

914

CAD/CAM Lab

1

0-0-2

25

25

Cultural awareness &

1

3-0-0

*

LIST OF GENERAL ELECTIVE - II

FOURTH SEMESTER
Subject
Code
952

Communication
Total

Int.

25

50

100

917

916

Ext.

LIST OF PROGRAM ELECTIVE - I

Ext.
Computational Lab

Subject

953

955

Credit (L-T-P) Marks Weightage
Theory Sessional

831

836

MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK

Third Semester

832

835

2

18

18-2-4

550

* Student has to pass the examination No. credit is given for this subject

300

Subject

Credit (L-T-P) Marks Weightage
External Sessional

Major Project

12

0-0-24

400

100

Total

12

0-0-24

400

100

Bending Application of Finite Element Methods to Metal Forming Processes. Shape function. steady state solutions for Drawing. Stress. Formulations of plastic deformation problems.analysis and validation of metal forming processes problems by standard softwares. Extrusion. Forming defects in products and their critical effects.3 SYLLABUS M.special Discretization. Rohtak (Haryana) Scheme of Studies & Examination for Master of Technology in Mechanical Engineering (Specialization : Manufacturing & Automation) The performance of the student of M. Flow Curves. . Wire drawing. Yield Criteria for Ductile Metals. Stiffness matrices and their assembly. ( Mechanical Engg. Sheet Metal forming processes like Deep drawing. remedies. Forging. auxiliary equations for contact. Thermo-mechanical problem formulation. friction and incompressibility. Effects of temperature and strain rate in metal working. B) C) Actual percentage of Marks Obtained and Corresponding grades should be mentioned on detailed marks certificate of student. ROHTAK T 0 P 0 831 : METAL FORMING ANALYSIS Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs.Tech Electrical Device & Power System Course shall be graded on the basis of percentage of marks and corresponding grades as mentioned below : A) Marks Grade Marks 85 < A+ < 100 75 < A < 85 65 < B < 75 50 < C < 65 40 < D < 50 00 < E < 40 Letter Grades Performance Division A+ A B C D E Excellent Very Good Good Fair Pass Repeat First First First Second Third Fail Note : The candidate who have passed all the semesters examination in the first attempt obtaining at least 75% marks in aggregate shall be declared to have passed in the first division with Distinction mentioned in the degree. application of theory of plasticity for solving metal forming problems using Slab method. Lagrangian Vs Eularian schemes. friction and lubrication in Hot and Cold working.Tech. Material integration schemes. Implicit and explicit formulations. Roiling.D. rolling and extrusion problems Case Studies.Strain relations in Elastic and plastic Deformations. Elasto-plastic approximations. 4 L 3 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. Work hardening and Anisotropy in Yielding. Slip line field theory. Upper and lower Bound methods. Stretch forming. Technology and analysis of important metal forming processesForging. To obtain ‘D’ grade a student must have secure at least 40% mar ks in eac s ubject of the semester Examination. Student who earned and ‘E’ grade or less than 40% marks in any subject shall have reappear in that subject. University. An introduction to use of International standards in Metal Forming Problem solutions and system Design.) M.

Robotic welding. Applications. B. arc and resistance welding.Dally and Riley 3. Advantages and Disadvantages. Inverter systems. applications.5 SYLLABUS M. Weld bead geometry and shape factors. Globular type. Rectifiers. shielding gas. Types of Welding Robots. Springer Verleg Note : In the Semester Examination. 6 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY.principle of processes.R. welding parameters and applications. M Kasparbauer . Solid state welding: Introduction. Metal Forming Handbook by H Frontzek.) REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Arc welding consumables : Types of electrodes. S. External VI characteristics for constant current and constant voltage power sources. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions.R. Surfacing and metal spraying: Surfacing methods such as SMAW. Joint tracking system. principle and operation of flame and plasma cutting.Little (TMH) 4. SAW. Devis 3.Tech. Shielding gases and associated mixtures. Automatic welding. CO2 welding: . MIG. Wagoner.Thermal spraying: Introduction. inert gases and torches. Thermal cutting of metals: introduction.A. Metal Forming Analysis. Spray type. C. Welding technology :. Solid-state Rectifiers. Semiautomatic welding. MIG: welding equipment and processes. H. Review of welding processes like gas.welding equipment. Automation in Welding: Introduction. Metal transfer : Short circuit/ dip transfer.carry H. equipment. Tungsten inert gas arc welding (GTAW): . Principle of operation. Weldin" technology :. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Mechanical Metallurgy. 2. Theory of Elasticity. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. (PH). methods and applications. Procedures. ( Mechanical Engg. Free flight. main features and applications of Ultrasonic welding. 832 : WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES L T P 3 0 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Processes for welding of Plastics. electrodes. Welding and welding Technology :.difference from MIG welding. Robot Selection Mechanics. Welding of plastics: Difficulties in welding of Plastics. McGraw Hill Inc. Weldability of specific materials: Stainless Steel. Friction welding and Explosive welding. types. Forces affecting metal transfer. 2.Dieter. Cambridge University Press. Modern welding technology:. Welding mechanization. Submerged arc welding (SAW):. Flexible Automated Welding. AWS and Indian system of classification and coding of covered electrode for mild steel. Welding Power Sources: Types of power sources. TIG. fluxes and welding electrodes used. Under water Welding: Introduction. Aluminum and Cast Iron. types of metal transfer. Parmar . Duty cycle. Weld dilution. ROHTAK Arc welding processes : Electric arc welding principle.

7 SYLLABUS M. A. Ltd. Actuators. number system logic gates. New Delhi. Design and selection of Mechatronics systems namely sensors line encoders and revolvers. Integrated circuits .Microcomputer computer structure/rnicrocontrolles. mechanical and other system Building blocks. Basic system models mathematical models. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. the exmainer will set eight questions in all.D. Hydraulic mechanical system.Tech. Microprocessors and their applications . force sensors. Principles of Electronic system communication. D-flip flop. 835 : FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY L T P 3 0 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Other Electrical/ Electronic hardware in Mechatronic system. velocity. . Mechanical actuation system. First-second order system in series. Pneumatic and hydraulic systems. solenoids. elected mechanical. position proximity sensors. Ltd. various types of amplifiers. ( Mechanical Engg. Design of a Mechatronic Product using available software CAD packages MATLAB and SIMULINK. System Transfer functions. Automation Production System System and CIMS by Mikel P Grooer. robots.) made by foundry technology. Phentice Hall of India Pvt. translation. AWS. Fluid pressure temperature. published by Addison Worley Longman Pvt. Sequence logic flip flop system. Note : In the Semester Examination.. line actuators and controllers with application to CNC system. stepper and servomotors Ball screws. and D. Principles of basic electronics .. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only fivwe questions. Systems. 833 : MECHATRONICS PRODUCT DESIGN L T P 3 0 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. rotational.Bolton.. India Brander.converters. Delhi. Electrical actuation system. Sensors -sensors and transducers.) 5. Software and hardware principles and tools to build mechatronic systems. 1. 8 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. ROHTAK System models . JK flip flop. low pass and high pass filters. Selection of sensors.A.Engg. Interfacing. 2. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. Advantage and limitations of foundry technology and other manufacturing process.Digital logic. liquid level and light sensors. Introduction to Mechatronics systems and components.welding handbook (IV .signal conditioning processes.. Displacement. Ferrous and Non ferrous casting metals and alloys and items made of them. Items ( Domestic and Engg. 2. consumer electronics products etc. Mechatronics by W. Castability and factors favoring castability. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions.VI) Edition Note : In the Semester Examination.

Production technology by P.) 9 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. case studies.Mould and other machining features. 1 & 2 11 . Mold design considerations: Conceptual. 7. 6. tai'stocks. Modelling in 2. Gating system elements: objectives. hot chamber die casting. Carl R Hoper. Rough cleaning ( Fettling ) and surface cleaning of castings. Tata Me Graw Hill 3. ROHTAK 10 3. . covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Modelling in 3. Quality control of castings. Pollution control in foundry.D of machine tool parrs like gear details. ( Mechanical Engg.Heine . 7 & 8 Kinematic and dynamic simulation of various mechanisms in machines. 12. McMillan publishing 4.shell mold casting. Experiment No. types of risers. Principles of manufacturing materials and processes by J. S. 3 & 4 13. investment casting. types of pouring basin. Foundary practice by W. Solidification of castings. centrifugal casting. jigs & fixtures.E. Experiment No. Chand and Co. Philip C. Modernisation of foundry. Tata Me Graw Hill. Experiments No. cast steels. Total : 50 Marks 9. 5 & 6 Use of various types of surfaces in 3. process simulation like Pro. traffic rules applications.Heat treatment of castings. 2. Pattern and core design considerations.Tech. 14. 5.E. Examples. Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Principal of foundary technology by P. types of gates. Sharma. American Standard of metals ( ASM ) ( Vol. Pro. : In the Semester Examination. S. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 836 : COMPUTATIONAL LAB L T P Sessional : 25 Marks - - 2 Theory : 25 Marks 8. 10.practical rules. RosenthaT. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. animation features and other editing entities in machine tool assemblies in Pro. Casting inspection. degnamo.continuous casting. 7. Principal of metal casting by Richard W.E. Repair and salvage of castings. 5. cold chamber die casting. Salmon 4. P. L.Cast. using Pro.H. power presses etc. C.D modelling. aluminium alloys.optimal time filling. Campbell.D & Image scanning using Pro. Jain . Experiment No. power drives. brass and bronzes.SYLLABUS M. Tata Me Graw Hill. Special casting methods: Gravity die casting. Materials and processes in manufacturing by E. 1-14 ) Note 6. Melting furnaces for cast iron . and assembly drawings of machine tools like lathe machine components. functional and production phase. machine tool beds.

ROHTAK 838 : MECHATRONICS LAB Experiment No. 11 To study the movement of actuating cylinders and sensors.NOT.) 12 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. 8 To move a table in Y-direction within the range of proximity sensors using Control-X software. Note 12 To study mechatronics and their interfacing in a CNC machine. 13 Life prediction from computer programme based on mathematical model. Hardness of Bead. Part programming. Micro structure of welding Bead in case of: i) MIG Welding ii) SAW Welding iii) FCAW Welding (By changing electrode diameter & carriage speed) 3. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1. To study Bead Geometry. Physical interpretation of machining features and tool geometries. To conduct under water welding ( to study bead shape & microstructure) 10 To run a conveyor with computer. 837 : WELDING LAB L T P Sessional : 25 Marks 2 To realize a logic equation Y=AB+CD.etc. To verify truth table of various gates such as AND. 5 To study the hardwares and softwares of mechatronics kit. Total : 50 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Note : Students will have to perform at least 8 experiments out of the above list. L T P Sessional : 25 Marks - - 2 Theory : 25 Marks Total : 50 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. 6 To move a table in X-direction within the range of proximity sensors using Control-X software.NOR.OR.Tech. 4 Design a mechatronics product/system and incorporate application of mechatroiiics for enhancing product values. .E. Note : Students will have to perform at least 8 experiments out of the above list. To study Heat flow in Welding (Equipment for use-Gas Welding equipment) 2. 9 To run a motor with PLC.G& M Codes development for machining operations using Pro. List of Experiments in Welding 1. - - 2 Theory : 25 Marks 3 Selection of sensor for a particular application from Catalogue/ Internet. 9 & 10 Tool path generation.11 SYLLABUS M. ( Mechanical Engg. : Students will have to perform at least 8 experiments out of the above list. 7 To rotate a table using DAC system.

3 Material Characteristics : Mechanical. determination of project organization. Callister Jr. Go/no go decisions.D. project control project groups. Cohen. Koenig. Handbook for project oriented organization. Handbook of Aluminum : Alloy Production and Materials Manfacturing Vol. Cleland . W. 1. Project. : In the Semester Examination. Duration of Exam : 4 Hrs. surface treatment. 2 Idea Phase : Idea selction. and Turner.Tech. REFERENCE BOOKS: 5. bonding. project results. development of project order. maching. Hoogland. and W.R. hard & soft projects. detail project planning. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Project Management Body of Knoweldge (PMBOK). 3 Defintion Phase : Phase steps : Project description. project adjustment. 5 Implementation Phase : Project monitoring & control. multiproject management. 5 Production technologies : Metal forming. J. 4 Design : Design for assembly.13 SYLLABUS M. : Principles for Organization. Project leader ship. 1. CAD Software Catia. Quality Function development . project phases. Project Management handbook. Materials Science and Engineering : An Introduction . Design for manufacturing. Theory & Background : Definitions.L. clinching. 4. welding. USA. risk & change analysis.) 14 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. 1. G. 1.E. ROHTAK 906 : MECHANICAL DESIGN-I 904 : PROJECT MANAGEMENT L T P Sessional : 50 Marks L T P 3 0 0 Theory : 100 Marks 3 2 - Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. program management . Totten. Note 2. . Note : In the Semester Examination. Manfacturing Engg. R.I. King.T. Input management. fastening. ( Mechanical Engg. D. 6 Implementation & After Care : Evaluation and closure of a project. 2. Concept Desgin : Brainstorming methods and sketching 2 Quality Function Development. Rath S. arranging input. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. 3. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. 3. thermal and electrical properties. REFERENCE BOOKS: 4 Planning Phase : Development of responsibility matrix.R. D. work breakdown structure. dealing with people. 2. development of project contract. Dassault system. casting .

schimit triggering devices. Fundamentals and Analysis of Transfer Lines. EEE-PHI 5. Performance Modeling of Automated Manufacturing Systems. product design for automatic assembly.) 908 : AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURING L T P 3 0 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. John Wiley and Sons. 9. Building Mathematical Model of a manufacturing Plant.C. Industrial Automation : W. Advanced Automation Functions. REFERENCE BOOKS: 3.P. Continuous Verses Discrete Control. Computer Based Industrial Control. Actuators and other Control System Components. John Wiley and Sons.15 SYLLABUS M. logic devices. pneumatic sensors and amplifiers. Handbook of design. AI in manufacturing. Hunter.H & P. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Modeling and Simulation for manufacturing Plant Automation: Introduction/ need for system Modeling. Manufacturing Cells. . 16 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. oscillating force feeder.Groover. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. Dorf. 2. Evaluation of automatic production: product manufacturabiiity. manufacturing and Automation : R. Viswanandham. Fuzzy decision and control. Krishna Kant. 3. Storage Systems. elevator type and Centrifugal type feeders. Sensors. 7. GT and Cellular Manufacturing. Manufacturing assembly Handbook:. Introduction: Automation in Production System. Flow lines & Transfer Mechanisms. Prentice Hall. Principles and Design Consideration.Tech. An Introduction to Automated Process Planning Systems. Amber. ROHTAK destruction devices. Modern ToolsArtificial neural networks in manufacturing automation. jet 1. Process Industries Verses Discrete-Manufacturing Industries. FMS and its Planning and Implementation. Pearson Education. 1. Material handling systems: Overview of Material Handling Systems-Rotary feeders.R. developing pneumatic circuits for automatic die casting machine. vibratory feeder. M. ( Mechanical Engg. parts orientation and escapement.active and passive devices. 2. Wysk 6. Basic Elements of an Automated System. Control Technologies in Automation: Industrial Control Systems. robots and application of robots for automation. Classification and Overview of Manufacturing Systems. S.BrunoLotter 8.P. 5. PHI. 4. Amber G. 6. Automatic process control system and Hardware .P. Automation. Levels of Automations. David. Automated Manufacturing Systems: Components. Computer Process and its Forms. Note : In the Semester Examination. Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Material Transport Systems. Anatomy of Automation. Prentice Hall. introduction to automation productivity. Pneumatic and hydraulic components and circuits: Boolean algebra. orientation devices. 7. FMS. Tiess Chiu Chang & Richard A. 4. Principles and Strategies of Automation.

To simulate machining of component using PRO. To write programme with G code and M code for a component. 3. Develop a general purpose code to cany out the Rotation of Cubic Spline with Different Boundary conditions a) Coordinates of the Control Points b) Boundary conditions .E. given two arbitrary projections and the respective transformation matrices and the reconstructed coordinates of the vertices of the Object.) 17 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. To study the hardware of a retrofit and CNC machine tools. if required. List of experiments : 1. and Match the output to projected image of any CAD/CAM package. ii) Bezier curve 9. iii) An Isometric projection iv) A Perspective Projection given Zc.spline . Given: Note : Students will have to perform at least 8 experiments out of the above list. . 4. Develop a general purpose code for integrated 7. ( Mechanical Engg. 912 : AUTOMATION LAB L T P Sessional : 25 Marks - - 2 Theory : 25 Marks Total : 50 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Study and applications of Pneumatic software. if any. Developing pneumatic circuits for machines and systems. 10. Develop a general purpose code to carry out the Reflection of an Object about an arbitrary plane passing through Three points. Study and applications of Hydaulic software. List of Practicals SECTION -I 1. SECTION . 6. iii) B. Develop an optimized Tool Path for Economic Machining and generate the same in GUI ( IDEAS/PRO-E/any CAD software) for interpretation.Tech. SECTION -II 1. 5.SYLLABUS M. given foreshortening factor Fz.its Various types and Best Fit B. ROHTAK 18 an object about an axis passing through two points. 3. c) Order of the curve. Selection of various equipments required with the specifications from Internet/Catalogue: To convert a manual machine tool/system into an automatic machine tool/system. i) 8. To design an automated part feeder. 2.spline. 914 : CAD/CAM LAB L T P Sessional : 25 Marks - - 2 Theory : 25 Marks Total : 50 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. 2.III 1. 4. Develop a general purpose code to carry out i) an Orthographic projection ii) Dimetric projection . Study and applications of Robotic software. Study and applications of PLC software. Develop general purpose code.

2 Tolerance Design . Tooling amortizing. Dimensioning and Packaging REFERENCE BOOKS: 3. Study of Graphics Formats and Conversion from one format to another. : In the Semester Examination.Noorani. root cause analysis. Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics. Prototying : Rapid prototyping. 6. ferziger. R. Akin. M.H. Generate the Meshing of the CONICAL Cylindrical Surface (a part of stepped cylindrical surface) using any simulation Package. Accident Injury . Risk Analysis : Failure modes and effect analysis. hammer forming. 4. Nahum. Blundell. cost down emgineerign. Theory : 100 Marks 1. Cogono. 1. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. the exmainer will set eight questions in all.19 SYLLABUS M.IV 1. Development of following surface patches : i) Note Bilinear Coons Patch ii) Tensor Product Bezier Surface. test methods. 3. Finite Element Analysis 2 Computational Fluid Dynamics 951 : MECHANICAL DESIGN-II L T P 3 2 - Sessional : 50 Marks Total : 150 Marks 1. REFERENCE BOOKS: 4. SECTION . Budgeting. study of OpenGL programming for the customization of any CAD package. Solid Modelling Exercises using any CAD/CAM package. G.cost estimating. Note : Students will have to do at least half of practicals in each sectoin. Cost Engineering : Integrated cost price calculation. GD & T for Mechanical Design.E.) 20 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. ( Mechanical Engg.M.R. A. The Multibody System Approach to Vehicle Dynamics. J. 953 : SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS L T P Sessional : 50 Marks 3 0 0 Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Finit Element Analysis with Error Estimators : An Introduction to the FEM and Adaptive Error Analysis for Engineering Students. Rapid prototying . Duration of Exam : 4 Hrs. J. ROHTAK 2.Tech. Principles and applications.I. 4. Generative machining interpretation for various tool paths for machining of Curved surfaces. Geometry Dimensioning & Tolerancing 3. 1. 2. (from a given list of 10 Tutorials) 2. Design of Experiments. . 2. 5. 5. Activity based costing. Toolibng Amortizing based costing.

Vehicle Refinement : controlling Noise and Vibration in Road. Robotic Task . Robotic manipulator joint Co-ordinate system. Study and application of CIM software. L T P Sessional : 50 Marks 3 0 0 Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. 6. Robotic Workspace and Motion Trajectory : Introduction. Study and Applications of Robotic system in Automated storage and Retrieval system. solution. M. To study the general features of a CNC Turning center. 3. Introduction to Physical Modelling with Modelling. Introduction : Automation and Robotics. 1.I 6. Programmes Electives .21 SYLLABUS M. PTP and CP Trajectory planning. To prepare the CNC part program for machining a prismatic component on CNC machining centre. Homogenous representation of objects. To study the general configuration of CMM and its Application in CIM environment. 2. 5. D H Representation and displacement Matrices for standard configurations. Different Types of controllers. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Basic robot configurations and their relative merits and demerits. the wrist and Gripper subassemblies. To study general features of Machining Center. Homogeneous Robotic differential transformation : Introduction. 2. transformation and block diagram of spring mass system. Direct and inverse Kinematics. Harrison. 955 : CIM LAB L T P Sessional : 25 Marks - - 2 Theory : 25 Marks Total : 50 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Study and Applications of Conveyer System in CIM system. Kinematics of Robot Manipulator : Introduction. Extreme reraches of Robotic hands. ROHTAK 5. Manipulations with in revolute joints. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. To prepare the CNC part program for machining of a Cylindrical Component. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS : 1. 3. Tiller. control loops of robotics systems. Transformation. Geometrical approach to Inverse Kinematics. Note : Students will have to perform at least 8 experiments out of the above list. General description of robot manipulator. Jacobian transformation in Robotic Manipulation. Concepts and Model about basic control system. Factors related to use Robot performance. ( Mechanical Engg. control approaches of robots. Mathematical Preliminaries on vectors and Matrices. 4. Fundamentals about Robot technology.Tech. Types of drive systems and their relative merits. Euler Angle and Euler Transformations. Robotic workspace performance index. m. Definitions. 11. Application and Control of robotic system in Flexible manufacturing System. To study the general features of Automated Guided Vehicle. Basic Structure of Robots. 8. General structures of robotic workspaces. complete classification of robots. Relative Transformation. 10. Robot Anatomy. Machine Vision and Quality Control in CIM environment.) 22 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. Roll-Pitch-Yaw (RPY). 921 : ROBOTIC ENGINEERING Note : In the Semester Examination. 9. Historical Development. 7.

Use of Sensors and Sensor Based System in Robotics. Potential Energy V of Robotic Arm. Industrial Robotics. Description. Task Programming. AML and their Features. Yoshikawa. Task Programming. examples of bond Graph dynamic modeling of robotic manipulator. Thomson Vikas Publication House Company. Introduction to Robotics. Robot Intelligence and Task Planning. Motion Interpolation. Task Programming. 5. Industrial Applications: Objectives. control vision and intelligence. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. John 1 Craig. AML and their Features.Mohsen Shahinpoor . Brief Discussionon Lagrange . Machine Vision System. Weiss. Basic structure of Trajectory Interpolators. 5. Addison Wesley Publishing. Introduction to Robotics. Keramas. Trajectory Interpolators.Harper & Row publishers. Robot Technology Fundaments. McGraw Hill International. various Textual Robot Languages Such as VAL II. ( Mechanical Engg. Robot Sensing & Vision: Various Sensors and their Classification. Industrial Applications: Objectives.) Description. Generalized robotic coordinates. 6.Euler (LE) Dynamic Modeling of Robotic Manipulators : Velocity of Joints. Robotics. Groover. Nagel. Automation in Manufacturing. Cubic Joint Trajectories. Future Application and Challenges and Case Studies. WAIT. A Robot Program as a Path in Space. Image Processing and Analysis and Application of Machine Vision System. Modern Robots. Kinetic Energy T of Arm. Robotic Assembly Sensors and Intelligent Sensors. 8. Fundamentals of Robotics Analysis and Control. Robotic Motion Trajectory Design : Introduction. Digitizing. Niku. AI Techniques. The Lagrangian and Lagrange's Equations. Description.Euler (LE) Dynamic modeling of robotic manipulators : Preliminary definitions. Dynamic constraints. RAIL. Admissible Motion Trajactories. Branching. Dynamic Equations of Motion for A General Six Axis Manipulator. 6. McGraw Hill International. 4. Goals of AI Research.23 SYLLABUS M. Schilling. Yoram Koren. Future Application and Challenges and Case Studies. New York. Robotic Mass distribution and Inertia Tensors. 2. Robot Sensing & Vision: Various Sensors and their Classification. Newton's equation. Robot Intelligence and Task Planning.Tech. Digitizing. Robot Language Structure. 9. 3. Image Processing and Analysis and Application of Machine Vision System. 8. Various Teaching Methods. Application of Lagrange . Sensing. Fu. RAIL. velocity and Acceleration of moving frames. Robot Teaching : Introduction. ROHTAK Manufacturing. General Design consideration on Trajectories : 4-3-4 & 3-5-3 Trajectories. Goals of AI Research. Pearson Education. Typical Programming Examples such as Palletizing. The Lagrange L. Robotics for Engineers . PHI (EEE).. Foundation of Robotics. PHI. Use of Sensors and Sensor Based System in Robotics. 7. Robotic Assembly Sensors and Intelligent Sensors. Survey of Robot Level Programming Languages. 4. 7. Asia. Loading a Machine Etc. Euler Equations. 10. McGraw Hill International. Sensing. Dynamics of Robotic Manipulators : Introduction. Lee and Gonzalez. A Robot Engineering Textbook . Typical Programming Examples such as Palletizing. Bond Graph Modeling of robotic manipulators. Modern Robots. . Automation in 24 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. Languages Such as VAL II. Machine Vision System. Loading a Machine Etc. Robot Application in Industry. Robot Application in Industry. AI Techniques. Two Link Robotic Dynamics with distributed Mass. 9. SIGNAL & DELAY Commands.

McGraw Hill International. Surface textures: components of machined surface texture. Robot Engineering Textbook .Harper &.C. Initiation of control charts. Graphical Representation of Grouped Data. control chart with reject limits. Natural tolerance limits. 923 : INDUSTRIAL INSPECTION L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Addison Wesley Publishing. thread size measurement by two wire and three wire methods. Rational method of sub grouping. Rooks B. Klafter. K. ROHTAK 10. K. Special control charts for variables. Type I and Type II Errors. 13. Inspection of threads and gears : thread gauge design. Kataria and sons) 3. design of pneumatic gauges in process gauging methods. control chart parameters. steady trend in Process average .SYLLABUS M. Chmielewski and Negin. group control chart. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. Row publishers. fixation of control limits. control vision and intelligence. arithmetic moving X and R charts. control limits and specification limits. : In the Semester Examination. Trial control limits. Introduction to Quality Control. John 1 Craig. Jain. Vol-3 North Holland. fits and tolerance as per Indian and international standards. limits. process capability studies.Mohsen Shahinpoor . 4. process Control and Product Control. control limit Theorem. hardness and surface finish. Probability limits. snap gauge. Metrology :. 12. 14. Rajput (S. tolerance for linear and dimensional chains. surface roughness measuring device and techniques. Determination of aimed at value of Process Setting. R and P charts. vernier gear tooth gauge design. 925 : QUALITY CONTROL TECHNIQUES L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Fu. Note Note : In the Semester Examination.) 25 26 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY.R. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. center distance gauge. Chance and Assignable causes of Quality variation.R. Geometrical and positional tolerances REFERENCES: 1. Continuous and Discrete Probability Distributions. specification of surface texture. 11. Design consideration for Gauges and measuring instruments: material selection for gauges. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Lee and Gonzalez. Geometrical and physical limitations in measuring devices. K. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. Robotics. PSG design data book for Gauge design. design of plug gauge.Tech. Geometric moving chart. PHI. Gupta (Dhanpat Rai Pub. Robotic Engineering . Interpretation of Out of Control points. Metrology:-1 . X. Metrology :. Theory of runs. Advantages of shewhart control charts. Introduction to Robotics. Process Control charts for variables. New York. Engg. ( Mechanical Engg. Statistical concepts in Qua lity Control.) 2. Robot Vision and Sensor Controls. Relationship of a process in Control to upper and lower specification limits.An Integrated approach.

Dekkar Note : In the Semester Examination. Total Quality Control by A. Statistical Quality control by E. ROHTAK 927 : DESIGN AND METALLURGY OF WELDED JOINTS L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Feigenboum 5. varying control limits. austenitic steels . Average sample Number (ASN) curve. Elementary S. Single.Burr. Weld ability of metals: welding techniques. hardness test. weld metal solidification and heat affected zone. economy in preparation and welding a job. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Quality control by Dale H. Control charts for Attributes. cruciform test.Tech. curve). curves. porosity. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Prediction and control of distortion: calculation of longitudinal contraction. Cost analysis of welded joints: costing factors of welding jobsfabrication cost. effect of thermal stresses. structure of fusion welds. angular contraction due to single weld pass. Quality control and Industrial Statistics.J.L. Average run length (ARL) Relative efficiency or sensitivity of control chart. Probability theory. special severe test limits. C chart. aluminium welding. labour accomplishment factor. types. Average Outgoing quality (AOQ) curve. by I. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. type A and type B O. Dodge demerit chart. magnetic particle inspection etc. finishing cost. brittle and fatigue failure tests. Weld defects: common weld defects like weld cracks. Effect of sample size and Acceptance number. ( Mechanical Engg. control of residual welding stresses. high defectives and low defectives. root cracking tests. AOQL. p chart and np chart. Variables inspection and Attributes inspection. by A. Grant 2. Bestefield 4. Acceptance/Rejection and Acceptance/Rectification Plans. control of welded distortion. overhead cost etc. Duncan 3. variable subgroup size. transverse contraction.C. non destructive tests for welds:-dye penetrate inspection.. 28 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. equipment required and test piece geometry for tensile test.C. Weldability tests: definition and concept of weldability. cost calculation of welded jobs. blow holes etc. Acceptance Inspection. remedies and control. operating characteristic curve (O. preparation of joints and electrode types for gray cast iron welding. effect of cooling rate.SYLLABUS M. classification . Residual stresses: introduction. quality protection offered by a sampling Plan.) 27 with constant dispersion. preparation cost. Indifference Quality level. Producers Risk and Consumer's Risk. Average Total Inspection (ATI) curve. 100% Inspection. SS Plan. Double and Multiple sampling Plans.. and calculation of shrinkage. impact test. hydrogen induced cracking test. U chart.L. titanium and its alloys. welding symbols. LOF. binomial and Poisson distribution.O. purpose and types of weldability tests such as hot cracking test. CUSUM or Cumulative sum control chart. LOP. Relative merits and demerits. Welding metallurgy: thermal effect of welding on parent metal. Automation in welding: introduction and concept. M.Y. Destructive and non destructive testing of welds: destructive tests. trend chart with sloping limits. Quality rating. material cost.W. bend test. No Inspection and sampling Inspection.

( Mechanical Engg. lunch. ride. ignition system. 6. ROHTAK 30 of welding automation. airbag systems. sprung and unsprung mass. ATTRIBUTES : • 5. diagnositic and OBD systems. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. Electric & Electronics System and Vehicle Architecture : Wiring. Note : In the Semester Examination. H. S.carry H. safety belts system. Modern welding technology:. 2+2. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Lecher. . • Programme Electives -II 970 : AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING L 3 T 0 1. power train. Welding technology: . wishbones. Fahrzeuggetriebe. Heisler. Stoll. braking. cooling system. body. Steering and suspension system : Chassis. 2. shafts. Body systems and configurations : Roadster. two circuit brake system. Reimpell. Welding and welding Technology : Little (TMH) 4. Richard Bishop. clutch. power supply system. controls and displays. 5. exhaust system (incl.. Interior System (INCL. (PH). Occupant accommodation. UK 2. Germany. convertible. Auswahl. Note : In the Semester Examination. Vehicle dynamics – • Chassis. Voertuigtechiniek I. Performance. economics of welding automation. wheel alignment. REFERENCE BOOKS: 6. discs. 4. GE 3. B. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. 4. The Automotive Chassis. hatchback.II and. transmission. ECU's EMC. economy and emissions – 6. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Parmar. Devis. world specification. 3.HVAC. glazing system. after treatment). Chassis. sallon. handling. Welding technology : R. Driving environment – • Power NVH. sensors and actuators. Intelligent Vehicle technology and Trend. data bus systems. shiftability.VI) Edition. 2. acceleration. 3. tires. ESP. Germany. 1. ABS.Tech. steering column. Elements of machine design : Pandya and shah. steering rack. AWS . brake calipers. C. SUV panels. Advanced Engine technology. shock absorbers.welding handbook (IV. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. differentials. Brake passive and active safety system : Energy absorption pedestrain protection. Aualegung and Konstruktion. road NVH Vehicle durability – • Steering. fuel system. deceleration. Wide. ASR. Reimpell.SYLLABUS M. Fahrwerktechnik : Grundlagen . Climate Control). master brake cylinder. US law. night and whether acclimatization Vehicle certification – EU law. Betzek. 5. other systems. springs. Naunheimer. Power train system : Engines.A. wind NVH. brake booster. comfort Noise and Vibration harshness (NVH) – • Power train efficiency.) 29 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. Grundlagen. uprights. coupe. P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. UK. mirror system.

Frictional contact problems including frictional return- . Post processing: strain and stress recovery. pformulation 3. loads and displacement boundary conditions f. consistent loads. Parabolic system: transient heat transfer FEM Discretization and the Direct Stiffness Method: Basic concepts of structural modeling. and secant methods c. implicit. Isoparametric elements for plane stress. Penalty. Computer Implementation of the Finite Element Method : Pre processing: model definition. Plate and shell theory i. Dynamic analysis using FEM a. Equation solver. explicit-implicit methods. Thin plate and Mindlin plate (shear and membrane locking) Mixed formulation for plate and shell iii. Isotropic and kinematic hardening with Baushinger effect c. Kirchhoff stress and Cauchy stress 8. Equation assembly. Hyperbolic systems: structural dynamics and wave propagation 1. variational formulation. augmented Lagrange multiplier. ( Mechanical Engg. Plate and Shell elements : a. Nonlinear solution procedures b. 32 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY.) 972 : FINITE ELEMENT METHODS L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Modeling stiffness. Objective rate and finite rotation elastoplasticity e. Modal Superposition method for structural dynamics 5. Patch test and incompatible element. Degenerated shell formulation 4. Boundary nonlinearity a. Line search algorithm d. Stability. Timoshenko beam theory (shear locking) b. ii. Review of the stiffness method of structural analysis. Convergence requirements. Material nonlinearity a. Lagrange multiplier. Advanced topics in linear problems : Static condensation and sub-structuring. Automatic time step control 6.31 SYLLABUS M. Development of continuum elements. Newton-Raphson. ROHTAK b. Geometric nonlinearity a. Element level calculations. shape functions. Total and Updated Lagrangian formulation c. Frictionless contact problems b. Generalized strain and stress b. Review of basic FEM concepts e. Time integration methods: explicit. Multiplicative decomposition and finite deformation elastoplasticity 7. Advanced Beam. modified Newton-Raphson. Nonlinear analysis a. Numerical integration. Consistent tangent operator d. Rate independent elastoplasticity with return-mapping algorithm b. c. convergence and consistency d. and perturbed Lagrange multiplier methods c. Consistent mass and lumped mass. mass lumping technique Modal solution for natural frequencies and mode shapes g. Formulation of Finite Elements: Mathematical interpretation of finite elements. 2.Tech.

the exmainer will set eight questions in all. Principles of machine Tools:. Rigid-flexible contact and flexible-flexible contact e. .Sen and Amitabh Bhattacharya( New central book agency Calcutta) 2.K. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. augmented Lagrange multiplier. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. and perturbed Lagrange multiplier methods c. Geometric nonlinearity a. students are required to complete one project is related to computer implementation of FEM concepts. Boundary nonlinearity a. ( Mechanical Engg.S. Kudinovs. active dampers. dynamic acceptance tests Damping in machine tools: requirements of damping system..Tech. Static and dynamic analysis of machine tools: lumped parameter method.C. general procedure for assessing the dynamic characteristic of machine tool in single degree and many degree of freedom system. L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. ROHTAK 974 : MACHINE TOOL DYNAMICS mapping algorithm d. Kirchhoff stress and Cauchy stress 10.G. forced vibration due to perturbance of the cutting process. Machine Tool Design: . Lagrange multiplier.SYLLABUS M. Penalty. Multiplicative decomposition and finite deformation elastoplasticity 9. Viscous dampers. finite element method. Chatter in grinding machine. In addition. Tobias theories. Total and Updated Lagrangian formulation c. forced vibration for machine tools. Machine tool stability: dynamic characteristic of the cutting process. Note : In the Semester Examination. regenerative chatter.) 33 34 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. primary chatter. Frictional contact problems including frictional returnmapping algorithm d. application to plasticity. Mehta (TMH) Note : In the Semester Examination. chatter frequency. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Rigid-flexible contact and flexible-flexible contact Assignments and Tutorials are essential part of this course. Frictionless contact problems b. theories of machine tool chatter: Tlusty's. solving nonlinear structural problems using commercial programs. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. forced vibration due to perturbance of equivalent elastic system. Generalized strain and stress b. Chatter in machine Tools : sources of chatter. methods of reducing the instability in machine tool. Various programming and formulation problems will be assigned through the course of study.

Single degree of freedom systems. why and when logic. vibration absorbers. procedurals. Value Engineering . mass coupled. : In the Semester Examination. Popular AI application.L.) 35 976 : ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MANUFACTURING L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. forming. recommendation and implementation phase. objectives and L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. unnecessary cost. D.art Expert system application. stateof. types and relationship between different functions in design of a Product. functional worth. supporting and all time functions. Quantitative definition of values. functional cost. . role and potential of artificial intelligence in manufacturing. Domains welding. investigation phase. examples of AI. problem spaces and search. casting. Case studies. theoretical concepts to manufacturing problems. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. ( Mechanical Engg. How. Comparison with other cost reduction techniques. maintenance. alternatives to increase value. basic concepts of artificial Intelligence. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Ground rule for FAST diagram. case study. Al theory problems.Tech. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Decision /evaluation Matrix: Quantitative comparison of alternatives.A systematic Approach .E. and vibration isolation. scope. FAST diagramming: Critical path of function.A. Functions: definition. fuzzy logic. Heuristic search technique. predicate logic. estimation of product quality/performance. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. evaluation phase. CAPP. natural language processing. CAD. scheduling GT.SYLLABUS M. Expert systems. Miles 3 Value engineering for cost reduction and product improvement HSMittal Note : In the Semester Examination. Mudge 2 Techniques of value analysis and value engineering . Note 36 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. Definition. forward V/ s backward reasoning AI architecture. object oriented programs. ROHTAK methodology of value Engineering. neural nets. Definition. Overview of Expert systems. comparison with procedural programming. Introduction. learning. Life cycle of a Product. CIM system. implementation and maintenance. Systematic approach. CASE STUDIES 1. Knowledge acquisition and knowledge representation. two degree of freedom systems: spring coupled. function phase creation/speculation phase. metal cutting. aim of value engineering. estimation of weight factors and efficiency. Declarative knowledge. developing Expert system for typical manufacturing domains. 982 : ADVANCED THEORY OF VIBRATIONS 980 : VALUE ENGINEERING L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. overview of advanced features. Phases of value engineering Job plan: General phase. planning. information phase. architecture. Type of value. test for poor value.

Sun as a source of energy. primary and secondary pollutants. Biological effects of radiation. Mechanical vibration :. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Pollution from stationary and mobile sources. air and water pollution. hydropower. Galerkin method. drop test spectra by laplace transformations. S. Origin of the earth. quality and concentration of an energy source. method of step input. Biological processes. Thermal and radioactive pollution. phase plane -method.Steidel (John Wiley) 7. ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2. Mechanical vibrations :. iteration method. vibration tests:. Pollution abatement methods. expansion theorem and modal analysis. nature of its radiation. Fourier series. close couples and far coupled systems.W. vibration of plates.). method of direct integration. S.Tech. matrix iteration. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. Theory of vibration with applications:. Stodola method. Marine ecosystem. 3. Reasources of energy and energy use pattern in different regions of the world. torsional vibration of beams. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. K. ( Mechanical Engg. transducers and measurement devices.Kewal Pujara (Dhanpat Rai and Co. Theory and practice of mechanical vibrations:. orthogonality. geothermal. T. Rayleigh. transfer matrix method Experimental methods in vibration analysis: vibration instruments. Food chains. perturbation method. Grover and Nigam (Nem chand and sons ) L 3 T 0 P 0 : In the Semester Examination. examples of non linear vibrations.Myklested -prohl method for far coupled systems.Meirovitch (TMH) Note : In the Semester Examination. photo-synthesis.G.J. 38 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY.free and forced vibration tests. 5. flexural. An introduction to mechanical vibrations :. orthogonality principle. phase plane trajectories. analyzers. Elements of vibration analysis :. Non linear vibrations: non linear vibrations and superposition principle. Holzer method. 984 : ENERGY. sources of energy. Earth's temperature and atmosphere. Fossil Fuels: coal. Environmental degradation. classification of energy sources. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. method of dealing with non linear vibrations. Timoshenko beam. gas. Myklested prohl method. method of laplace transformation. Transient vibrations: Duhame's integral. heat and radioactivity disposal. Dunkerley's approximation method. Rao (Addison Wesley) Note Vibration of continuous systems: Transverse. characteristics temperature. Rayleigh method. tidal and nuclear energy.S. Solar. wind. vibration exciters. Rao & K. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. . Gupta (Wiley eastern) Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. Ecosystem theories.) 37 Multi degree of freedom systems: Lagrange's equation. Hamilton principle. Micro climatic effects of pollution. Thomson (PHI) 4.ritz method.SYLLABUS M. biomass. collocation method. oil. Autoecology. . matrix method. ROHTAK 6. Vibration and noise for Engineers :.

. economics of quality. dimensions of TQM. Reasons for TQM failure. evolution. TQM Effectiveness : Impact of TQM. Introspection to TQM environment: Sphere of TQM. Allen Derek and Burna Andrew (Kogan Page). Need and difficulty in measuring TQM effect. Role of top management commitment. TQM viewpoints. "Managing for total quality from Deming to Taguchi and SPC" by Logothetis N.) 39 986 : TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT L 3 T 0 P 0 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. "Total Quality Control" by Feigenbaum A. reasons for adopting TQM. comparison at different stages. "Total Quality Management" by Besterfield Dale H (Pearson Education) 5. steps in TQM implementation.Basic concepts.SYLLABUS M. work culture. European quality award. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. Company wide.) 2. coordination. Deming award. ( Mechanical Engg. Classification and interaction among factors. (PHI) 3. journey from inspection to TQM. Introduc tion : Quality . quality Gurus. TQM . Quality initiatives in organizations : Role of tools and techniques in TQM. Road blocks in TQM implementation. Creativity. Researchers' viewpoint. ROHTAK REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Classification of tools and techniques Problem identification. 6. components of TQM. employee. (MGH) 4. Brief description of Quality awards . Graphical.Tech.Managing Total Quality. motivation. Factors affecting TQM environment. Soft factors. customer and supplier from organization and vice versa. "The TQM toolkit .a guide to practical techniques for TQM" by Waller Jenny.V. attitude. TQM as a system. Human factors in TQM. innovation. Role and expectation of employer. "A slice by slice guide to TQM" by John Gilbert (Affiliated East West Press). Parameters governing effect of TQM and the attributes thereof. 40 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY. "Total Quality Management" by Oakland (Butterworth Heinamann Ltd. Data analysis.MBNQA. dimensions. Role of soft options in TQM : Hard vs. TQM: Definition. Australian quality award. Note : In the Semester Examination.

post processor statements. the computer's job. planning the FMS. contact and non contact Inspection methods. functions of CNC. . end effectors. CAD/CAM : .SYLLABUS M. computer Numerical control. 1. Production systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing :. types of manufacturing systems.Nanua Singh (John Wiley and sons) : In the Semester Examination. (PHI) 2. manual part programming.Groover M. types of systems. Computer Integrated Manufacturing systems: Introduction. REFERENCE BOOKS: NC part programming: introduction. motion statements. computer programming languages. APT language. The part programmer's job. the binary number system. terminology in quality control.optical and non optical . computer assisted part programming. P. advantages of CNC. the exmainer will set eight questions in all. components of a FMS. automated guided vehicle system. auxiliary statements.Tech. NC motion control system. Note Robotics technology: joints and links. input/ output. components of a DNC system. NC words.) 41 988 : COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING L T P Sessional : 50 Marks 3 0 0 Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. the computer in QC. NC part programming languages. types of robot control. computer control system. ( Mechanical Engg. applications of robots. tape coding and format. machine tools and related equipments. 42 MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY.Zimmers and Groover (PHI) 3. types of memory. geometry statements. automation strategy.: material handling function. NC controller technology. FMS. FMS workstation. work volume. computer technology: introduction. Introduction: CAD/ CAM defined. computer aided testing. applications of NC. conveyor systems. central processing unit. benefits of CIMS. applications. Computer aided quality control: Introduction. types of material handling equipments. common robot configuration. types of conveyors. advantages and disadvantages of NC. problems with conventional NC. ROHTAK where to apply FMS technology. Automation: CIM. Automated material Handling and FMS. Conventional Numerical Control: basic components of NC system. drive systems. functions of DNC. punched tapes in NC. covering the entire syllabus and the students will be required to attempt only five questions. material handling system. Direct Numerical Control. functions of a computer in CIMS. advantages of DNC. accuracy and repeatability. sensors in robotics. Automation. reasons of automation. Approach to computer integrated design and manufacturing :.