DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

MEC601 Mechanical
Engineering Seminars
(Non-credit Audit) 1 credit (0-1-0)

pumps, piping, C&I, safety. Operation,
maintenance and condition monitoring.
Future trends.

The seminar series will be a mix of talks
by faculty, students (Ph.D. and M.Tech.)
and guest speakers from industry and
academia on contemporary topics
broadly related to thermal engineering.
In their 4th semester every second year
M.Tech. (Thermal Engg.) student will
make a presentation. Each session will
comprise about 40-45 minutes of
presentation followed by an interactive
session. There will be one seminar per
week throughout the semester. A faculty
member will coordinate the series. Each
student will register for this course every
semester. Pass/Fail will be on the basis
of attendance.

MEL661 Materials
Management
3 credits (2-0-2)

MEP601 Introduction to
Computers and Programming
(Non-credit Audit) 2 credits (0-0-4)
Operating system and system software.
Application software. Hardwarecontroller software, drivers. Viruses and
other system control programs.
Hardware problems and trouble
shooting; Computer networks and
connectivity. Introduction to institute
computing facilities and department
computer resources. Introduction to
Windows, Windows-NT and Linux/Unix
environments. Concepts of programming: flow-charting, pseudocoding,
coding, entry, compilation, debugging
and testing. Modularity and program
structure. Syntax rules of C/C++/JAVA
languages. Simple program tutorials.
Introduction to compilers available in
department and institute. Preparing user
and programmer manuals. Office
Software:
Word
processing,
spreadsheets, presentations. Mathematical Software. Modeling and drafting
software. Data acquisition softwares.
Specialist softwares: property tables,
CFD, FEM. Post-processing and plotting
softwares.

MEL626 Mechanical
Equipment in Power Plants
3 credits (3-0-0)
Recapitulation of basics. Feasibility
studies. Systems and equipment–fuel,
ash, flue gas, steam, condensate, boiler
feed water, cooling water, lubrication and
control, generator cooling, HVAC,
material handling, water treatment,
hydrogen, compressed air, fire fighting.
Equipment–turbine, pumps, condenser,
deaerator, feedwater heater and other
heat exchangers, coal mills, vacuum

Introduction to materials productivity and
role of materials management
techniques in improved materials
productivity. Cost reduction and value
improvement. Role of purchasing in cost
reduction. Value analysis for right choice
and rationalisation of materials.
Purchasing research identification of
right sources of supplies. Vendor rating.
Standardisation and variety reduction.
Negotiations and purchase. Price
analysis. Organisation of purchasing
function. Product explosion. Materials
requirements planning. Make or buy
decision. Incoming materials control
acceptance, sampling, inspection.
Vendor certification plans. Vendor and
supply reliability.
Inventory management. ABC-VED
analysis. Various inventory models.
Inventory models with quantity discount.
Exchange curve concept and coverage
analysis. JIT. Information systems for
inventory
management.
Stores
management and warehousing. Optimal
stocking and issuing policies. Inventory
management of perishable commodities.
Surplus management. Design of
inventory
distribution
systems.
Monitoring MM effectiveness. Case
studies.

MEL667 Long Range Planning
3 credits (3-0-0)
Introduction. Nature of planning.
Strategic/tactical planning. Systems
approach. Choice of corporate
objectives. SWOT analysis.
Technological forecasting using Delphi
technique, growth curves, trend
extrapolation. Combining forecasts
using cross-impact analysis. Causal
models for forecasting. Scenario
building. System dynamics for long
range planning.
Normative methods including relevance
trees. Morphological models and
mission-flow diagrams. Policy and
strategic planning. Capital budgeting.
Corporate planning under conditions of
risk and uncertainty. Portfolio selection.
Planning research and development.
Case studies.

MEL671 Value Engineering
3 credits (2-0-2)
Introductory concepts in value and costs

102

value analysis. Value engineering and
value assurance. Product lifecycle and
value-oriented
efforts.
Value
engineering job plan. Value tests.
Techniques of value engineering. Value
analysis and decision theory. Design
tree and decision matrix. Purchase price
analysis. Evaluation of value
alternatives. FAST diagramming.
Function-cost matrix, matrix evaluation.
Brain storming and creativity.
Elements of product cost and cost
classification. Investment criteria in value
analysis. Case studies in value
engineering.

MEL674 Principles of
Management
3 credits (3-0-0)
Introduction to management. Theories of
management : Traditional behavioural,
contingency and systems approach.
Organisation as a system. Interaction
with external environment. Managerial
decision- making and MIS. Planning
approach to organisational analysis,
design of organisation structure; job
design and enrichment; job evaluation
and merit rating. Motivation and
productivity. Theories of motivation,
leadership styles and managerial grid.
Co-ordination, monitoring and control in
organisations. Techniques of control.
Japanese management techniques.
Case studies.

MEP691 Basic Mechanical
Laboratory
1 credit (0-0-2)
Basic
experiments
related
to
thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and
heat transfer.

MED700 Design Project
4 credits (0-1-6)
Formulation of project team - students
from different programs (maximum 2)
and one or more faculty facilitators (to
be done in the preceding semester).
Selection of a product/machine/device
from engineering industry for study–the
life cycle should encompass aspects of
thermal and mechanical design, and
manufacturing. Setting objectives,
making project schedule, and record
management process. Some examples
of products: centrifugal pump, heat
exchanger, turbine blade, control
system, cooling tower, burner,
instrument.
Development of conceptual alternatives
and selecting one for detailed working;
conceptual design; detailed design

Cooling and heating load calculations. spray washers. MEL703 Advanced Thermodynamics 3 credits (3-0-0) Recapitulation of fundamentals. Energy monitoring. domestic and other sources. A-D & D-A convertors. round-off errors. Root locus method. such as. pneumatic and electrical systems. objectives. the following topics will be covered: Partial differential equations characteristics and classification of 2nd order PDEs. In the 3rd semester. pressure. Thermodynamics of reactive mixtures. interfacing with computers and PLCs. analysis of typical simple closed systems. Data management and presentation. fluid mechanics. Thermochemistry of pollutant formation. General conditions for thermodynamic equilibrium–instability of thermodynamic equilibrium and phase transition. preparation of engineering drawings. Elements of irreversible thermodynamics. level. MEL707 Applied Mathematics for Mechanical Engineers 3 credits (2-0-2) In relation to mechanical engineering applications. chemical potential. torque. and an end-semester demonstration to all faculty and students. and failure analysis. topic. kinetics. Design of experiments. Use of commercial software packages for design and analysis. Static and dynamic characteristics. eigenfunction expansions. process planning. Comfort scales. fluid mechanics. air handling units. power plants. adaptive quadrature. MED710 Mini Project 3 credits (0-3-0) Identification of faculty supervisor(s). boundary value problems. solution of linear system of algebraic and differential equations. Signal conditioning. Classification and types of heat exchangers and construction details. The topic should be of advanced standing requiring use of knowledge from program core courses and be preferably hardware oriented. Linear algebra: matrix theory. Desiccant dehumidification. profile. and as possible. Legislation and emission standards. Heat exchanger standards and testing. Design and rating of double pipe heat exchangers. . engines. sample size. Regression analysis. Explicit and implicit methods. Introduction to turbo. Applications. force. Hydraulic turbines and pumps. codes and standards. manufacturing. test of hypothesis. testing to failure. estimators. pivoting and ill-conditioned matrices. condensers. wind tunnel tests. documentation. Gauss. speed. Air distribution system–duct design. Emission indices. hermitian and normal matrices. MEL727 Power Plant Turbomachinery 3 credits (3-0-0) Recapitulation of basic fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. The two laws of thermodynamics– Caratheodory’s formulation. plate and heat pipe type. loss correlation. Unitary. and design and production engineering courses. compact heat exchangers. Accuracy. instruments for pollutant measurement and monitoring. fouling. regular work during the semester with weekly co-ordination meetings (about 1 hour) with the faculty supervisor. analysis of open systems–exergy analysis. degree of reaction. design and performance parameters. stall. Overall heat transfer coefficient. optimization. inlets/ outlets. integration– trapezoid. Control theory fundamentals: Steady state and transient response. Losses. design conditions.machine flow phenomena. Indoor air quality. chemical analyses. vibrations. multi-step methods. velocity triangles. Heat transfer enhancement and efficient surfaces. flow rate. Estimation of systematic errors. Correlations for heat transfer coefficient and friction factor. temperature. eigenvalue problems. Meteorology and dispersion of pollutants. cooling towers. testing. Air-conditioning calculations. Instruments for measuring distance. velocity. self-similarity. Design of air-conditioning equipment–cooling and dehumidifying coils. Energy recovery and thermal storage. assembly. stability and convergence. from I. use of codes and standards. co-relations. work and efficiency expressions. special functions. Stages.C. wiring diagrams. Flow through nozzle and diffuser cascades. Fourier integrals and transforms. deliverables and work plan (in the preceding semester prior to registration). their effects on health and the environment. splines. separation of variables. stiochiometry. Alternating direction implicit methods. impulse and reaction. the topic will have to be different from the major project. noise. thermodynamics and gas dynamics. only in the 2nd and 3rd semesters and should be carried out individually. solar heat gains. methods of characteristics. dynamics and others. Instruments: Specifications. Building management systems. Non-linear equations. MEL708 Combustion Generated Pollution and Control 4 credits (3-0-2) Generation and nature of pollutants from various combustion sources. heat transfer. Romberg. Surge.Mechanical Engineering using knowledge of PG core and elective courses. Pollutants 103 MEL709 Heat Exchangers 4 credits (3-0-2) MEL710 Air-conditioning 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction. The mini-project would be available aerosols. Evaporative air cooling. Psychometric processes. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Use of various controllers and actuators. Grade to be decided on the basis of a mid-term and an end-semester presentation following the open demonstration vis-a-vis the approved work plan. Laplace transforms. Sequence and programmable logic controllers. data acquisition and analysis. pipe sizing. Multicomponent systems–concepts of fugacity. dimensional analysis. Experiments related to heat transfer. RungeKutta and predictor-corrector methods. Various types of airconditioning systems. Goodness-of-fit test Chauvenet’s cr iteria. Axial and centrifugal compressors and fans. selection of instruments and computer interfacing. Laboratory: Calibration. Stability analysis Routh and Nyquist criteria. confidence levels. Project on experiment design including drawings. systems of differential equations. chemical thermodynamics. Transducers. Uncertainty analysis. Hydraulic. Basic design methodologies – LMTD and effectiveness-NTU methods. Numerical Methods: Lagrange interpolation. 3-D flow. stiffness. MEL705 Experimental Methods in Thermal Engineering 4 credits (2-0-4) Statistics: Distributions.

control and regulation. Design of alternate schemes for combined cycles– single. engines. work and efficiency expressions. wind tunnel tests. performance and condition monitoring. Binary vapour and Kalina cycles. MEL731 Design of Mechanisms and Manipulators 4 credits (3-0-2) Classification of closed. PHWR. Combined cycles–ideal and real cycles– thermodynamic analysis. fluid dynamics. cryogenics. Site investigations geology.Pelton wheel.topology. Basic features of a hydroelectric power system . fouling of heat transfer surfaces. Environmental and safety aspects. loss correlations. Thermochemical and H 2 -O 2 cycles. reservoir. Forward kinematics of robot manipulators with examples. Engine lubrication systems. feasibility studies. introduction to numerical analysis of compressible flow. Pumped storage systems. MEL725 Power Plant Steam Generators 3 credits (3-0-0) Recapitulation of basics. Introduction to 1-D transient and 2-D compressible flow. deaeration–sizing and performance calculations. velocity triangles. Alternative design solutions of mechanisms and manipulators. Design of mechanisms. Fuel and air handling equipment. draft system (air and flue gas) design. gas exchange. Fuels for engines and their characteristics. medical. Steam generators. Generator and auxiliaries-governing. fuel preparation and combustion system design. Future trends. Introduction to turbo-machine flow phenomena. . Kaplan and propeller turbines. Safety and interlock systems. Parametric analysis– effects of gas and steam cycle variables. MEP720 Advanced Mechanical Laboratory 3 credits (0-1-4) Basic and advanced measurements and their use in fluid mechanics. Matrix methods. Flow with friction and heat transfer.dam. supercritical and other advanced cycles. Method of characteristics. stress analysis and dynamics calculations. All simulations will involve extensive use of numerical techniques as part of laboratory work. Degree of freedom (DOF) and Mobility. water quality and its control. Introduction to hypersonic. Nuclear power plants–reaction physics. Mechanical design of pressure parts. power house. Turbine testing. impulse and reaction. Jacobian and singularity. aircraft and rocket propulsion. Fuels and combustion. Applications in measurement of subsonic and supersonic flows. Hydraulic turbines. Indexes of merit. Introduction to computers and their use for preparing engineering drawings. Design of supercharged engines. Air cycle refrigeration. silting. Engine Components and Sub-systems 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to different types of I. MEL727 Power Plant Turbomachinery 3 credits (3-0-0) Recapitulation of basic fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. condensers. emission and vibration applications. thermoelectric refrigeration. Cooling water systems–sizing and load calculations. mini and microhydropower systems. Feasibility report preparation. steam-water system design. Francis turbine. oil and gas. boiler controls. Evaluation and selection of optimum mechanism. combustion losses–and their impact on the thermodynamic cycle. design methodology.C. Turbines. Losses. wind tunnels. combustion. Structural analysis and synthesis of mechanisms.and open-loop kinematic systems. cycles. heat pumps and heat transformers. Flow through nozzle and diffuser cascades. Combustion chamber designs for spark-ignition and compression-ignition engines. multievaporator. design principles.Mechanical Engineering MEL711 Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Technologies 4 credits (3-0-2) MEL714 Thermal and Nuclear Steam Power Plants 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction. Oblique shocks. Prandtl Meyer expansion. supercritical and LEBS. rainfall. Testing and performance of I. Definition of mechanisms and manipulators. Operation. Properties and selection of pure and mixed refrigerants. Optimization of real and double reheat cycles. degree of reaction. vortex tube. Emission control and electronic management systems. Axial and centrifugal compressors and fans. Engine design and operating parameters. Kinematic constraints. heat transfer. FBR). circulation beat exchange 104 components. and their optimization. BWR. Cycles for nuclear power plants (PWR. Interaction of shock waves and shock-boundary layer interaction. Thermodynamics optimization of design parameters. pressure drops. fouling and corrosion. Introduction to advanced computational packages for fluid flow. Use of computers and microprocessors for data acquisition. steam jet ejector refrigeration. Introduction to mathematical packages. Cogeneration systems–types and sizing. seismic activity.C. case studies. Burners coal. site and equipment selection. Type and number synthesis. reservoir simulation. Hydraulic turbines and pumps. Small. MEL730 Hydroelectric Power Plants 3 credits (3-0-0) Introduction and historical perspective. combustion. stall. Techno-socio-economic aspects of hydropower plants. dual and triple pressure cycles. Surge. Coordinate transformations. Fuel-air mixing. Environmental impact of refrigerants. MEL713 Design of I. lubrication. MEL712 Advanced Power Plant Cycles 4 credits (2-0-4) Review of various ideal cycles–Rankine and Brayton–and fuel-air cycles. Stages. condenser air leakage. heat loss. compression and expansion waves. cooling and sealing systems. dimensional analysis. heat transfer. desiccant cooling–solid and liquid systems.C. MEL715 Gas Dynamics 4 credits (3-0-2) Recapitulation of fundamentals. Analysis of VCR cycles– multistage. Engine cooling and cooling system design. engine systems. hightemperature flows and astro gas dynamics. feedwater heaters. Fuel injection systems. Analysis of vapor absorption cycles–Aqua ammonia and LiBr water cycles. Properties of binary mixtures. 3-D flow. Analysis of off-design performance. design and performance parameters. Retrofit of ageing power plants. Control and instrumentation. Ignition and combustion. DH parameters. cascade systems. type and sizing of reactors and steam generators. Recapitulation: types of power plants. heat recovery boiler -design. Real cycle effects–internal and external irreversibilitites. Hydrology . Types of dams and their features. Inverse kinematics. hybrid systems.

Design for noise control. model updating and structural dynamic modification to improve dynamic design of machine structures. Engine as a system and its subsystems. Limitations of FEM. Oil. head stock. spindle and guideways. Introduction to Modal testing. Verification of inverse square law. Crash modelling of vehicles. Dynamic considerations. Geometric modeling. Issues related to safety. MEL733 Vibration Engineering 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to unwanted mechanical vibrations and their harmful effects including those on human beings. Safety and comfort aspects in the automotive component designs.. ADAMS and ULTRAGRIP software. Industrial noise. MEL732 Machine Tool Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Design requirements of machine tools. and others.. controllers. FE and Optimization. Principles of design of structural components. Design of gearbox. MEL736 Automotive Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Design requirement of Automobile (power-speed curves). Jet noise Response of structures to noise Active and passive noise control. Methodologies for inverse and forward dynamics. Review of normal mode analysis random vibration and spectral analysis. Automatic meshing techniques. Modeling of solids–b-rep. principle of potential energy. Practicals: Illustrative designs of subsystems. Cooling System. splines. suspension system. Rigid body dynamics. temperature indicators. A design approach for machine tools. Microprocessor controlled units. Case studies using FEM for Design of simple element geometries such as a tapered bar. Fuel injection systems. manual transmission. System integration—Steps and methodologies to put the designed subsystems together. Dynamic instability control. Noise source identification. and overview of hardware available for use in CAD. the use of available software packages. Design of vibration isolators. Spatial. Sound pressure. namely. Design/selection of linear motion systems.g.of-freedom models including modelling of damping. Design of function. Design requirements of the automobile transmission. MEL735 Computer Methods in Mechanical Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction and overview. Need for Power Steering. Vibration control solutions. Modelling of curves. beziers and b-splines.. Human factors in noise engineering. Suspension and steering adjustments. Modern systems of suspensions. Equations of motion. Addition of two noise sources. Practicals will include numerical problem solutions. Importance of Finite element mesh. Instrumentation and Control—Gauges (Speedometer. Introduction to Nonlinear problems and FEA for plastic materials. power and intensity. Fan and flow noise. Balancing of rotating and reciprocating machines. Braking requirements of an automobile. Vibration Testing. Plain strain and plain stress problems. Need and Scope of Computer Aided Machine Design. Basic practices in MATLAB. path.). CSG. beam and a shaft. Application of damping treatment for vibration control in machines and structures. feed drives and servomotors for CNC machine tools. Dynamic considerations in designing of suspension system. Practicals: Practice of transformation. column and overarms to achieve desired static & fatigue strength. bars and beams. steering mechanism. Active control of vibrations. Use of CAD Package for developing typical objects using Boolean. etc. Recent developments in CNC and other machine tools. Analysis and Synthesis using software. etc. Development of FEM models for Static / Dynamic analysis of a bar. a beam and a shaft. Introduction to Dynamic analysis. Introduction to NVH and its control. octree. Newton-Euler formulation. Derivation of Stiffness and Mass matrices for a bar. and motion generators. stiffness. Directivity of noise sources. Wave approach to sound Noise measurement and instrumentation standards. Noise in machines and machine elements. cubics. e. Geometric transformations and Projections. dynamic characteristics and other requirements. Finite Element Method for dynamic analysis. feature based modelin. Experimental and theoretical routes to vibration engineering. Noise radiation from vibrating bodies. will be undertaken. Practicals: Measurement of sound pressure. FE using plates / shell elements. Identification and quantification of objectives and constraints in machine tool design. Practice in using an FEM Software on other real life problems like spanners. Interfacing with CAD Software.Mechanical Engineering Graphical. knee. Comparison with Analytical results. Introduction to the Finite Element Method. connecting rods etc. Noise in piping systems. MATLAB. suspension system. Applications of numerical procedures to determine natural frequencies and mode shapes. Modeling and simulation of different subsystems. MEL734 Noise Engineering 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to Engineering acoustics. and sweep operations on primitives. a plate with a hole and a spanner. carriage. Windowing and viewporting. Auxiliary mass systems including tuned dampers for vibration control. 1D elements. Lubrication system. . use of CAD models for other applications. Brake materials. tail stock. power and intensity. Free vibrations and Forced response solutions of Single. Estimation of power requirements and selection of motor for metal cutting machine tool spindles. Combustion noise. Wheel alignment and balancing. ball. Automatic transmissions. Estimation of reverberation time of halls. Modeling of surfaces. Solution of static problems and case studies in stress 105 analysis of mechanical components. Principles of interactive computer graphics. Exercises on the design of machine tools using existing CAD software packages. Modal and Response models of vibrating systems.and multidegree. In these exercises. e. Vibration control strategies and case studies. FEA using 2D and 3D elements. Distributed parameter models of rods. Role of Geometric Modelling. screws. Introduction to computer integrated manufacturing systems and CNC machine tools.g. Lumped parameter and distributed parameter modelling of mechanical vibratory systems. Kinematic requirements of a steering mechanism. CNC feedback devices. Algebraic and Optimization techniques. table. like ADAMS.

Modelling of rotor-bearing system by various techniques . torsional and coupled modes in blades. hydraulic. Radial and circumferential modes in discs. FEM. Effect of taper. Combined creep and fatigue failure prevention. Influence of type of control on steady state and transient response. Modern Control theory. Balancing standards. Review of materials & processes for machine elements. Kane’s equations. Virtual instrumentation. wear. Blade group frequencies and mode shapes. Tribodesign with applications to design of sliding bearings and mechanical seals. MEL739 Vibrations and Rotordynamics 4 credits (3-0-2) Vibrations of single degree of freedom system. Review of static strength failure analysis -theories of failure including von-Mises theory based strength design. Laser Based instrumentation. Computer based data acquisition systems . Design for corrossion. Electromechanical and electro-optical transducers and control elements. etc. Exercises of surface fatigue design of rolling contact bearings including linear bearings. Serial. Optimum selection of material & processes in mechanical design using material selection charts and optimisation . Disc gyroscopics. temperature. Critical speed maps. MEL738 Dynamics of Multibody Systems 4 credits (3-0-2) Overview of kinematic descriptions. Mechanical System Design problemeconomic political environment. influence coefficients and modal methods. Eigen value analysis of multi-degree freedom systems and systems with distributed mass and elasticity. Electromechanical actuators. Time and frequency domain analysis. Damping mechanisms in blades. Case studies on turbo-generator (TG). hysteretic effects and parametric excitations. A-D and D -A converters. Stiffness and damping of fluid film and rolling element bearings. Optimum mechanical design concepts. noise etc.Mechanical Engineering MEL737 Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to Advanced Mechanical Engineering Design. Dynamically sound designs of machine elements like springs and shafts. MEL741 Blade and Disc Dynamics 4 credits (3-0-2) Types of blades and discs in turbomachines. Design to prevent buckling and instability. fretting fatigue and other combined modes of mechanical failure. Bending. Analytical and computer aided analysis methods. flow. equipment and its implementation. Torsional vibration analysis of rotating machines including branched systems-response to steady state and transient excitations. ADAMS. wheeled mobile robots. blade and shroud system. Rigid rotor balancing. Stiffness based design. Influence coefficient and modal balancing techniques for flexible rotors. Small aspect ratio blades analysis using plate models. finite element. Rotor instability due to fluid film forces. gas turbines etc. and use of standards for detail design optimization. MEL740 Instrumentation and Automatic Control Systems 4 credits (3-0-2) Classification and representation of control systems. Stability analysis using Routh & Nyquist criteria. Steady state and transient response. pressure. Newton-Euler. Computational and experimental techniques of analysis. Root locus method. tree. Exercises of fatigue design of shafting and gears. Case studies of mechanical engineering design failures. Selection of lubrication systems. etc. Techniques for vibration isolation and control.). simulation. Sequence control and programmable logic controllers. manipulability. 106 Signal and systems analysis. MEL739 Robotics 4 credits (3-0-2) Review of serial robotic manipulators. Comparators. e. Analysis techniques for steady and ransient vibrations . Unbalance response and orbital analysis. workspace. Cumulative damage calculation and blade life estimation. including FEM for dynamic analysis of blades and discs. twist. Classification of parallel robots (Stewart platform.. FFT analysers. hydrogen embrittlement. Need of optimization of preliminary design by identification of design requirements and by use of appropriate design strategy.g. Introduction to control of robotic systems. Introduction to detail design optimization by simulation. Coupled disc. Equipment Elements. calibration procedure. Pnumatic. walking machines. boiler feed pumps. and orthogonal complement approaches of deriving a dynamic model for tree and closed-loop systems consisting of rigid and/or flexible bodies.Rayleigh’s and Dunkerley’s methods for estimation of fundamental natural frequency. asymmetry of crossection. prototyping and optimum selection of configuration. Degrees of freedom. MEL742 Optimum Design of Mechanical Systems 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to Optimum design of Mechanical Systems. Myklestad-Prohl and Holzer’s transfer matrix methods. Signal conditioning and indicating / recording elements.transfer matrix. Development of Computer aided experimentation systems. Mechanical design of robot links and joints. Kinematic constraints of rigid and flexible systems. Introduction to dynamic design of mech. Prototyping. Static and dynamic analysis of instrument systems. High cycle and low cycle fatigue. issues of human safety & welfare. Surface fatigue design failures. stagger angle and support stiffness in blades. pneumatic and electrical types of controllers. Practicals: Experiments with existing robots. Dynamics analyses using classical approximation. and other computer software. force. Control components.. Lagrange. materials and processes. Overview and application of optimisation methods to machine elements and mechanical system design. servomotors.. Algorithms for inverse and forward kinematic/dynamic analyses of parallel robots. Practicals: Static and dynamic Behaviour of some important transducers. Current developments in measurement and control of motion. and closed-loop chains. Instrumentation for bending and torsional vibration measurements on rotor-bearing systems. Microprocessor applications in measurement and control. Electrical controller. torque. Design for creep. Kinematic design of serial and parallel robots based on singularity. dexterity. and professional ethics. Fatigue Strength Design of Mech. free and forced vibration with and without damping. Experimental studies on Hydraulic. matrix inversion method and method of modal analysis.

On-line and Off-line quality control. mufflers. Introduction of wave analysis of structures and spaces. Design of silencers. manufacturing. Rolling Element. Active Vibrations control. aesthetics and economics by employing industrial design principles and by suitable selection of material & processing including use of polymers. Architecture of DFMA and its implementation for Mechanical system Design. closures and seals. Intelligent Systems. mass production industries and power plants. MEL743 Plant Equipment Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to various kinds of plant equipment. Material Considerations for Various Applications. Selection of Bearings . Seals.Industrial Engineering Tool Kit.Career Options. consumer electronic products etc. Material Handling Equipment. DA and AD converters. Communication skills.Mechanical Engineering methods.-Technical skills: IE problem Solving and OR. Design of Clutches and Brakes.. Quality. Human Factors. Microprocessors and their applications. Fluid Film. Technological considerations in plant equipment design. MEL748 Tribological Systems Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Lubrication. marketing. MEL744 Design for Manufacture and Assembly 4 credits (3-0-2) Life cycle of Mechanical Equipment Design. Flexibility. Bearing Design . FMS etc. Increasing Integration in Industrial Enterprises: From MRP to ERP to Supply Chain Management. Rolling Element. Measures of a sound accoustic design.. integrated circuits. Materials and manufacturing considerations in design of rotating machinery. foundation effects. Unconstrained and constrained layer damping treatment. sensors. System and Process (ERP) Specialists. Centrifugal pump selection Design of pipes. and other electrical/electronic hardware in mechatronic systems. bearing characteristics and selection. Friction & Wear. Types and use. management. Random noise. Layout of piping systems. modelling and analysis of rotor bearing system. Types of Jobs and Employers. Interfacing. Vessel opening. Manufacturing considerations for pressure vessels. Characteristics of Duct and Cabin Noise. ball screws. Design analysis of High pressure vessels. Entrepreneurship . MEL746 Design for Noise. and stiffners. Design analysis of thin walled vessel for low pressure applications. importance of reverberations time. Statistical concepts in quality. Design for sheet metal working. chemical industry. In the excercises the use of available software packages should be undertaken. Kanban etc.: Definition and Evolution. cost and time to the market. Fluid Film Journal and Thurst. software and hardware principles and tools to build mechatronic systems. Acoustic Design of Buildings. solenoid like actuators. Optimising product design functionality. Change Managers. Slideways. effect of seals. Balanicing of rotating machinery. probability . placement of critical speeds. Pump design considerations. stepper and servomotors. Design for injection moulding.Rubbing. Sound Intensity Mapping Noise isolation design. IT skills . Various elements in Quality Assurance program. robotics. Design of a mechatronic product using available software CAD packages. Rigid and flexible rotor balancing. Review of Design of a Vibration Absorber. Noise absorber design. Design for machining. Noise measurement and control instruments. Efficiency. Classical Industrial Engineering -Work Study: Method Study and Time Study. Structural dynamics modification. . MEL751 Industrial Engineering and Systems 4 credits (3-0-2) MEL752 Quality Assurance 4 credits (3-0-2) introduction to quality assurance and quality control. Lubricants . . Design consideration in rotating machinery. transportation. Ergonomics. Regimes of Lubrication.Decision Support System (DSS). Computer aided DFMA. Rolling mills.. DFMA application case studies. Viscosity . and controllers with applications to CNC systems. Design for Manufacture and Assembly [DFMA] strategies.Japanese Influences: Just in Time (JIT). Vibration Reduction Measures. Maintenance of Bearings. die casting and powder metal processing. Career Opportunities in Industrial Engineering. add on dampers. Predicting the modification (dynamic design) Design of Isolators in machine foundations. Principles of electronic/system communication. Productivity. Role of materials damping. Principles of basic electronics. Effectiveness. Tribological Surfaces Roughness and Mechanisms of Lubrication.Rubbing.Types and Selection. Friction and Wear aspects in Design. Piping joints. Linear Bearing Design.its representation and Measurement. Vibration and Harshness 4 credits (3-0-2) MEL749 Mechatronic Product Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to mechatronic systems and components. Motivation Recent and Emerging Applications of IE -Role of IT in Systems– MIS. Configuration of various kinds of pumps used in process plants. Changing the dynamic characteristics of a structure. Dynamically Loaded. Surface and Overhead equipment Stackers and elevators. check for stability. Pressure vessel types and shapes.Selection and Design Considerations. Lubrication Systems . Industrial Engineering. actuators. composites and other non metallic materials. Agility etc. Understanding Industrial System Focus: Production/Service System. Special considerations for typical industries such as food processing. Product design for manual assembly. Advantages of designing for manufacturing and assembly to improve product quality. Need to meet constraints of manufacturing. Apparent Viscosity. Design for high speed automatic and robot assembly. Fundamentals of Vibrations and their manifestations in real life systems. etc. Design considerations for hoisting equipment. Performance measures of a Production System -Production.Human skills– Teamwork. Requirements of life cycle personnel like customer. 107 Design and selection of mechatronic elements namely sensors like encoders and resolvers. optimum dynamic response. Engineering Managers. Various types of acoustic testing chambers. Stationary modes.

materials requirements planning versus conventional inventory control. Central limit theorem. Concepts of H. There will be case studies. Work Measurement and its techniques of Time study. Standard sampling systems. expectations. Method Study. Quantitative methods in process layouts. Process capability studies. confidence interval estimation. Control chart parameters. MEL762 Facility Planning and Plant Engineering 3 credits (2-0-2) Plant location Factors and theories. Minmax location. statistical inference. Role of templates in plant layout. law of large numbers. Inventory strategy. CRAFT. generation of new project ideas. use of isocost lines in location decisions. MEL756 Supply Chain Management 4 credits (3-0-2) Historical evolution of SCM. hierarchical production planning. Sampling inspection for product acceptance. Various algorithms in assembly line balancing. Design of sampling plans. Motion study & Principles of Motion Economy.Mechanical Engineering distributions. linear programming and simplex method. point estimation. transportation model in plant location. Work sampling. Plant maintenance. Applied Ergonomics & work Design & work place layout. case studies. Introduction to Ergonomics & Man Machine systems. evaluation of investments in new product and services. Manpower planning and scheduling for maintenance. Transportation Strategy. useful discrete and continuous distributions. demand forecasting using qualitative and quantitative methods. introduction to mathematical programming models and computational techniques. Concepts such as BPR. Concepts in tero-technology. Measurement of work. MEL765 Operations Research-I 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to operations research. MEL761 Statistics for Decision Making 4 credits (3-0-2) Fundamentals of probability theory and statistical inference used in engineering and applied science. projects versus routine production. ERP. non-parametric test procedures. and training aspects. Variables inspection and attributes Inspection. mathematical models for facility location and layout. project simulation. case studies. software demonstrations and experience sharing sessions from faculty (total 14 sessions each of 2 hour duration). human factors in project management. Design of Displays & control Anthropometry data & its application in design of Physical facilities & Equipment and work place. multiple & sequential sampling schemes. batch job and cellular production. MEL764 Human Factors Engineering 3 credits (2-0-2) Introduction to Basic Ergonomics its physiological & psychological Aspects. mass. their properties and applications in Q-ing. PMTS. Sensitivity of control charts. Characteristics of optimal maintenance policies. life cycle of a project. and ATI curves. ALDEP. Chance and assignable causes of quality variation. financial evaluation. Failure data analysis and life testing. Production and assembly line balancing. Special purpose control charts. Probability models. goodness of fit tests. random variables. Product quality and reliability. location decisions: multi-criteria approach.output system. different kinds of production systems. Single. product mix decisions. Control charts for attributes. safety. Environmental aspects physical & psychological Design and effects. Economics of product inspection. Paced and Unpaced working & their effects. project scheduling using PERT and CPM. Narrow limit gauging. 108 Location of plant with multi-plant operation. Average run length. conditional probability. Performance measurement. introduction to software in statistics. MEV760 Special Topics in Industrial Engineering 2 credits (2-0-0) The contents for this course will vary from time to time based on the emergent industrial scenario. screening of ideas. MEL754 Operations Planning and Control 4 credits (3-0-2) Generalised model of a production system. selection. quality control and simulation. ASN. Quality costs. Job enlargement in line production. Capability indices. Production study. moment generating functions and its properties. Warehouse management. Basic Ergonomics and work physiology. multi-criteria evaluation of projects. project crashing and resource aggregation. project monitoring and control using earned value and the concept of critical chain. Role of Information Technology in SCM. Target process setting / Centering. Organization design and structure for effective supply chain. Case studies. . Job Evaluation & Merit Rating and Wage Incentive payment systems. ISO 9000 quality system. Outbound logistics. project network development. aggregate production planning. Facilities planning types of layouts. CORELAP.D. risk analysis using decision trees. project appraisal on various fronts: market and demand. Information Strategy for SCM. SCM and the practitioners view on the same will be presented through case studies and experience sharing sessions. Single and multifacilities location and layout models. reliability. Process control charts for variables. decisions in the life cycle of a production system. its historical development. leveling and allocation. linear regression. ecological appraisal. Quality rating. Supply Chain components: Inbound logistics. Problems and illustrations in Quality Assurance. testing of hypothesis. work breakdown structure. curve fitting and other techniques of estimation. Quality remedial / Corrective actions. Defects classification. Control limits and specification limits. Standard Data systems. double. concept of null hypothesis. OC. MEL763 Methods Engineering and Ergonomics 3 credits (2-0-2) Introduction to work study & its techniques. central limit theorem and its applications. Preventive maintenance policy selection. Charts required for facilities planning. Operations. the national economy as a Leontief’s input. Computerized layout planning. Forecasting. Location allocation models. Reject limits. floats and their interpretation. locational dynamics. industrial applications. deterministic and stochastic models.R. AOQ. brainstorming. technical feasibility. descriptive statistics. Physical & Mental fatigue and measurement techniques . MEL760 Project Management 3 credits (2-0-2) Project as a goal fulfillment venture.

transportation problem. Recent developments in forming equipment (high speed presses etc. dynamic programming. Taguchi Methods . USM. Formability evaluation. Effect of alloying materials. Metal Matrix Composites and their properties and suitability as casting materials. Hydro-forming of sheets and tubes. High Speed Machining. Joining metallurgy and microstructures. Strategic Quality Planning. Foundry Mechanization Pollution control in Foundries. repair and salvage of castings. Mechanics of orthogonal cutting. Tool wear. hard/fixed automation including process automation. IBM. experimental methods. Introduction to engineering physical metallurgy. MEL781 Machining Processes and Analysis 4 credits (3-0-2) Survey of various methods of metal removal. Effect on HAZ. Upper and lower bound methods. Computer aided die design for forging. Marketing. Design of roll pass and rolling schedules. Need and implications of automation in Manufacturing. Problems & difficulties in welded structures. Yield criteria for ductile metals. Evolving Role of Information Technology in Enterprises: P&I Implications. Dry cutting. slip line field theory. Acceptance Sampling. Quality Assurance and Total Quality Management. MEL775 IT in Manufacturing Enterprises 3 credits (3-0-0) Production Systems. Weldability of commonly used materials. different types of production systems and automation. Unconventional forming processes like Hydrostatic extrusion. Weldability. CIM Systems. Sheet metal die design. grinding wheel wear. Human Resource Management. bir th and death processes with applications in queuing models. stress distribution at chip-tool interface. FMS (Flexible Manufacturing Systems). Finite Element Simulation of forming processes. Quality in Non-Manufacturing Activities : Finance. Appreciate the evolving manufacturing environment and multi-attributed competition: IT role Challenges and Opportunities. Joint preparation weld symbols. extrusion. wire drawing and sheet metal forming. Thermal aspects of metal cutting. Customer Value Enhancement. Application of theory of plasticity for solving metal forming problems using slab method. goal programming. inspection. Rapid prototyping and tooling. 7 QC tools . Service Quality. Extrusion. Future Trends. Characteristic properties and behaviour of commonly used materials. Heat flow in welds. Weld joint designs for strength and quality. Quality Audit & Reporting. Advances in sheet metal forming. heat treatment of castings. Cutting fluids. High energy rate forming processes. Technology Management Challenges. Sheet metal forming processes like Deep drawing. Work hardening and Anisotropy in yielding. Selection of materials for casting. Introduction to Finite Element Analysis of metal forming processes. AJM. Non-Traditional Machining Processes such as EDM. special casting processes. Dynamometry. network analysis. Flow curves. Mechanical testing of weldments.).Mechanical Engineering sensitivity analysis. Manufacturing Enterprises as Systems. Causes and cures for various discontinuities & defects in weldments. their design and control . Intelligent Manufacturing Systems. Cost analysis. Rolling. Hot cracking. rolling. machining economics. mechanics of grinding process. inventory models. nature of contact between chip and tool. Abrasive Machining Processes. Models of Quality Management. Ultra-precision Machining and hard turning. NDT of welds. Technology and Analysis of important metal forming processes–Forging. Mechanics of oblique cutting. some of the main stochastic models used in engineering and operations research applications: Poisson process. Solidification of castings. method of selection of fluids. Wire Drawing. MEL768 Quality Management: A Systems Perspective 3 credits (2-0-2) Attributes of Quality. steel and nonferrous foundry practices. ECM. extremium principles. Microstructure etc. Powder forming. Hydraulic and pneumatic actuators. Brittle fracture and fatigue in welded joints. melting of metals. Stretch forming. MEL772 Metal Forming Technology 3 credits (3-0-0) Technological advances in metal forming processes. Integer programming. Formulation of plastic deformation problems. Tools and Techniques of Service Quality Improvement. Wear theories. riser design. Human Resource Management in TQM Environment. Evolution of Philosophy of Quality Management. Elements of theory of plasticity. Friction and lubrication in cold and hot working. MEL778 Design and Metallurgy of Welded Joints 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to importance of welding in fabrication. mould designs for sand and die castings. Properties for selection of materials. Case Studies. Machinability. Effect of temperature and strain rate in metal working. WJM and LBM. ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). Description of typical cold rolling and hot rolling mill plants. Quality Costs.forging. Implementation Issues. Discrete Event Simulation and AI Applications in manufacturing enterprises. quality control in foundries. Careers etc. Quality System Implementation: ISO 9000. MEL769 Metal Forming Analysis 4 credits (3-0-2) Stress-strain relations in elastic and plastic deformations. MEL780 Casting Technology 4 credits (3-0-2) Ferrous and Non-ferrous materials and their properties. Tool life. Specific considerations to Grey Cl. casting design considerations. Product Quality Improvement. Technical Fundamentals: MIS in Manufacturing Enterprises. 109 Thermal stresses and distortion. MEL783 Automation in Manufacturing 4 credits (3-0-2) Modern developments in automation in manufacturing and its effect on global competitiveness. Administration. EBM. Development of phases. Quality Information Systems. Service and fabrication weldability tests and their importance. cleaning of castings. How to obtain a sound welded structures and analysis. Automation in welding. QFD. Bending. Automation in metal forming processes. controlled contact tools. casting defects: their causes and their removal. Statistical Process Control. E-Business and Supply Chain Management. gating system design. Concurrent Engineering and Extended Enterprises. extrusion and wire drawing. Heating and cooling cycles in welding.

Introduction to dimensional metrology. sequence operation of hydraulic/pneumatic actuators. gear inspection. Fr iction welding etc. fiber types. Safety and hazards in welding. Construction of modern CNC machine tool controllers. feeders. Soldering. direct metal laser sintering. butt. feature inspection. NC Program verification and Virtual NC. mold cooling systems. comparators and their design considerations. NC program generation from CAD models. product design for manufacture and assembly. molding cycle. flatness. Tooling & Work-holding for CNC machine tools. r unner. measurement with coordinate measuring machines. designing of complete systems with hydraulic. computer integrated manufacturing. molding stresses. . machining . Compression moulding. automatic measuring machines for inspecting multiple workpiece dimensions. Various Industrial RP Systems like Sterolithography. applications in manufacturing. their analysis and design. manufacturing process simulation. Recent developments in CNC machine tools. applications Ceramic Matrix Composites–clays. MEL796 Rapid Prototyping and Tooling 4 credits (3-0-2) Review of solid modeling techniques with comparison advantages and disadvantages. cavity and coreinteger & insert type. mold temperature. Physics of the Nature of engineering plastics. feeding system design . plasticating extruder concepts. Introduction to Part Programming. General survey and classification of welding processes. USW. sintering. Ther mit welding. Brazing and diffusion bonding. orienting and escapement devices. representation of curves. SAW. Degrees of freedom and datum surfaces. fits and tolerances. product consideration.. MEL786 Metrology 3 credits (2-0-2) welding arc and arc characteristics. straightness. lamina. mass processing techniques. Advances. STL file generation Defects in STL files and repairing algorithms. flow length. Strength of RP Parts.sprue. Power sources for arc welding. Pultrusion. PAW. Welding of plastics. runnerless molding. Thermal cutting of metals. primary and secondary manufacturing . applications of dimensional inspection. applications. Solid-state and radiant energy welding processes such as EBW. actuators & sensors. application Metal Matrix Composites–powder metallurgy. MEL784 CNC Technology & Programming 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to NC/CNC/DNC and its role in FMS and CIMS. Welding consumables: fluxes. Radius and Length Compensation Schemes. Injection Molds for thermoplastics. material consideration. Laminated Object Manufacturing. SMAW. Advanced Programming Features & Canned Cycles.Mechanical Engineering devices. FRP Composites. Surfacing and spraying of metals. Classification of RP Processes. Basics elements of CNC system. parallelism. Accuracy issues in Rapid Prototyping.drilling. surface finish. routing etc. automatic gauging. dimensional and tolerance analysis. material handling systems. Resistance welding processes: spot. design of gauges. limits. computer aided inspection & reverse engineering. viscoelasticity. MEP790 Process Engineering 4 credits (2-0-4) Process engineering functions. whiskers. molding properties and control parameters. Metal transfer & its importance in arc welding. measurement of screw threads. RTM. surfaces and solids for CAD/CAM applications. Production techniques for typical components and tools Jigs and fixture design and manufacture. angular measurements. RIM. mold size. Geometric Modeling for NC machining & Machining of Free-form Surfaces. build time. thread gauges for internal and external threads. vacuum casting. factors affecting manufacturing accuracy. Basic Principal of RP processes. virtual & distributed manufacturing. squeeze casting. gases and filler materials. automated dimensional measurements. application of tolerances. Gas welding. support structure. Process-planning records. Various forces acting on a molten droplet and melting rates. inspection of surface quality. LBW. Selective Laser Sintering. Part deposition orientation and issues like accuracy. electro-hydrolic and digital control devices.Lay-up. Fused Deposition Modeling. Electro-slag and electro-gas welding. auto collimators and interferometers. Process planning for rapid prototyping. GTAW and related processes. measuring instruments. gate. capacity & clamping tonnage. 3D Printing. Introduction to reverse engineering Integration of reverse engineering and rapid prototyping. composites–macro and micromechanical analysis & properties. detailed planning of process of manufacture. challenges and bottlenecks in welding. GMAW and var iants. parting line. gas assisted and thermosets molding. shrinkage. Group technology & CAPP. MEL794 CAD/CAM 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to CAD/CAM. fiber forms and properties. Automatic assembly machines. computer aided process planning. laminate. limit gauging. projection. Slicing and various slicing procedures. ejection system design. design methods & grade selection Principles of Injection Molding. Filament winding. flash. failure theories. percussion etc. Role of Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Tooling in Product Development and Simultaneous Engineering. matrices type and properties. Preliminary analysis of processing alternatives. mixing. Injection molding machine MEL791 Composite Materials & Processing 4 credits (3-0-2) 110 and types. cost etc. Surface roughness problem in Rapid Prototyping. circularity and roundness. Ballistic particle modeling etc. Rapid tooling techniques such as laminated metallic tooling... seam. computational geometry for manufacturing. squareness. MEL787 Welding and Allied Processes 4 credits (3-0-2) MEL792 Injection Molding and Mold Design 3 credits (2-0-2) Introduction to joining technology. SRIM. Dimensional and Geometrical tolerances. parameters for assessing surface finish and experimental methods of surface finish measurements. weld line strength. Explosive welding. CNC Hardware Elements including drives. computer aided assembly planning. fibers. designing for automatic assembly. Errors in manufacturing.

amongst others. Radiation measurements. similarity parameters. Internal laminar flow heat transfer. MEL802 Convection Heat and Mass Transfer 3 credits (3-0-0) Conservation equations for mass. flame and fire spread theory. Configuration factors. Fire growth–ignition. emitting and scattering media. dimensionless numbers. Engineering treatment of gas radiation inenclosures. The topic should . supercritical and marine applications. integral method. refrigerators. entrance region. Components balancing. topic. Bioheat transfer. tube and tube banks. Duhamel’s theorem and Green’s function. MEL809 Heat Transfer Applications 3 credits (1-0-4) Design. manufacturing. Case studies of real fires–buildings. industries. Flashover. SIMPLE and SIMPLER pressure-velocity coupling methods. MED811 Major Project Part–I 6 credits (0-0-12) Formation of project team (one student and one or more faculty supervisor(s). Stationary and moving heat sources and sinks. Mathematical formulation. Application of CFD in turbines. thermodynamics and fluid dynamics of compressible flow through turbines. solar energy. Applications to engineering problems. Condensation over a plate. 1-. the topic will have to be different from the major project. evaluation committee and selection of topic in the 2nd semester. Typical case studies. Fire chemistry. Capacity control methods. Thermal design of reciprocating. such as. Steam and gas turbine components. External laminar flow heat transfer. Steam and gas turbines of major manufacturers. food processing. Boundary layer flows. Strength and vibration aspects. feedback to fuel. objectives. etc. The topic should be of advanced standing requiring use of knowledge from program core courses. Compartment zone models. Energy conversion in a turbine stage. heat pipes. jhuggijhonpdi. partial admission turbines. etc. Selection of expansion valves and other refrigerant control devices. flooded. Boiling–pool boiling and forced convection boiling in tubes. external and internal flows. staggered grid. Design of cold storages. soot formation and radiation effects. Enclosure analysis for diffuse-gray surfaces and non-diffuse non-gray surfaces. Mass transfer. Convection in incompressible flows. heat sinks. including experimental and numerical analysis. analytical solutions. of heat transfer 111 devices/systems related to a wide variety of applications. Combined convection and radiation. shamiana. Modeling of thermodynamic properties. Steady state simulation. periodic boundary conditions. Inverse heat conduction problems. modeling. Radiative properties of opaque surfaces. Numerical methods for radiation–enclosures with gray gas. Combined mode heat transfer. Steam turbines for co-generation. Moving boundary problems. boundary conditions and implementation issues. Recapitulation of heat cycles of steam power plants and gas turbine engines. initial conditions. Testing and charging methods. Boundary conditions. Applications of Monte-Carlo method. standards and laws.and 3-D conduction for steady state and transient conditions. measurements and instrumentation. Turbulent diffusion flames–structure. integro-differential equations. regular work during the semester with weekly coordination meetings (about 1 hour) with the faculty supervisor. Grade to be decided on the basis of a mid-term and an end-semester presentations (to all faculty and students) vis-a-vis the approved work plan. deliverables and work plan (in the preceding semester prior to registration). Radiation in absorbing. Hottel zone method. turbines for nuclear power plants. momentum. MEL804 Radiation and Conduction Heat Transfer 3 credits (3-0-0) Radiation: Recapitulation. heat exchangers. Turbine cascades and losses in turbine stage efficiency. In the 3 rd semester. MEL808 Refrigeration Systems and Components Design 4 credits (2-0-4) Introduction to various components. energy conversion. Properties of fire plumes–buoyant plumes and interactions with surfaces. variation of parameters. microscale heat transfer. mobile refrigeration. Governing of steam and gas turbines. postflashover and control. Turbulent flow heat transfer. energy and species. Ignition of solids– burning and heat release rates. electronic and electrical equipment cooling. forests. commercial appliances. Sizing of capillary. Modeling of typical thermal equipment. 2. Fire detection. Thermal design of different evaporators–DX. Design of absorber and generator of vapor absorption systems. introduction to Monte Carlo technique. Special topics. Natural convection in external and bounded flows. Dynamic response of thermal systems. Microscale heat transfer. The independent study would be available only in the 2nd and 3rd semesters and should be carried out individually or in groups of two students. radiation and thermochemistry. 3-D conduction. thermal decomposition of bulk fuel. orthotropic and anisotropic solids. Conduction: Recapitulation. centrifugal and screw compressors. Thermal design of condensers–water-cooled and aircooled. MEL811 Steam and Gas Turbines 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction. MES810 Independent Study (Thermal Engineering) 3 credits (0-3-0) Identification of faculty supervisor(s). The tasks will involve fabrication and experimental measurements. transport. Comprehensive case studies of some thermal systems. codes. MEL806 Thermal Systems Simulation and Design 3 credits (2-0-2) Types of simulation. isotropic.Mechanical Engineering MEL801 Fire Dynamics and Engineering 4 credits (2-0-4) Basics of conservation equations. turbulence. Toxic products. Mixed convection. Future trends. suppression methods. pyrolysis. biomedical applications. Multi-stage turbines. External and internal flow simulations. MEL807 Computational Heat Transfer 4 credits (2-0-4) Introduction. implementation and solution methods. stream functionvorticity and primitive variables formulations. Introduction to optimization techniques. turbulent Prandtl number. Geometrical and gas dynamic characteristics of turbine cascades. radial turbines. nitrogen and halogen chemistry.

Euler-Lagrange and Orthogonal complement approaches to derive the dynamic equations of multibody systems. Cascade design. fabrication. Linear and compact operators. MES830 Independent Study (Design of Mechanical Equipment) 4 credits (0-4-0) MEL831 Advanced Theory of Vibration 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to variational calculus and derivation of equations of motion of vibrating systems. The grade to be decided on the basis of the two assessments. the committee will evaluate the work where the student will make a presentation. particle-fluid interaction. Distributed modal control. Chemical thermodynamics and chemical kinetics. Transform methods for free and forced vibrations. Green’s functions Operators and free response. Burner design. numerical techniques. MEL816 Analysis of I. centrifugal compressors. Gas turbine spray combustion. Combustion of solids: drying. aerosol dynamics. hydrodynamics. During the summer after 2nd semester. separation–gas-solid and liquid-solid. MEL833 Impact Dynamics 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to Analysis of low speed impact. Instrumentation and observation techniques in cascade testing. Supersonic compressors. Compressor instrumentation and testing. 3-D flows. testing and control. Applications: boundary layer and circulation control. Design application for cascades information. Operation and performance of compressors. Special aspects. detailing of the work plan and deliverables at the end of Parts I and II. Galerkin and Kantrovich methods. Engine Processes 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to basic I. Conservation equations for multi-component systems. Stability criteria. instrumentation and assembly. general equations and two-phase flow modeling.C. computation of fuel-air and exhaust gas properties. turbine blade cooling. Experimental and CFD techniques. axial flow compressors. engine processes. The project will also be displayed at an open house. Introduction to modal updating. droplet burning. In the 1st week of the 3rd semester. Unsteady flow simulation and measurement. Real cycles and their comparison with standard cycles. flow and geometrical influencing parameters. evaluation of prediction accuracy. Non-premixed systems: laminar diffusion flame jet. Codes and standards. Industrial applications involving combustion. Emissions. heat transfer and combustion. engine. MEL818 Multiphase Flows 4 credits (2-0-4) Industrial applications of multiphase flows. future trends. Compressor cascades and loss correlations.Mechanical Engineering be of advanced standing requiring knowledge of program core courses. Nonlinear vibrations of continuous systems like beams and plates. multibody dynamics. dispersion. The progress will be monitored at weekly coordination meetings with the supervisor(s). Thermodynamic analysis and modeling of salient I.C. Low speed cascade testing of rectilinear turbine and compressor cascades. Dynamics of flexible-body system. Lagrangian and Eulerian approaches. Premixed systems . Stalled and separated flow in compressors. At the end of the semester. dispersion. propellers. ignition and quenching turbulent pre-mixed flames. the student should work full-time on literature review. basic principles of analyzing . Systems with variable coefficient. Modeling with flexible bodies. 112 design and performance of filters and scrubbers. Discrete and finite element modeling. Computational and experimental techniques of analysis. At the end of the semester. heat and mass transfer. Boundary layer development. laminar flames. Grade will be decided on the basis of the two assessments. MEL814 Turbocompressors 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction. Virtual work. new blade designs. measurements in multi-phase flows and aerosols. MED831 Major Project Part –1 (Design of Mechanical Equipment) 6 credits (0-0-12) MED832 Major Project Part-2 (Design of Mechanical Equipment) 12 credits (0-0-24) MEL832 Multibody System Vibration Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Definition of multibody systems. Graphical and analytical methods of solution of non-linear systems. Future trends. Modeling engine emissions. High speed turbine and compressor cascade testing. modal analyses. Equations of motion in axial and radial turbomachines. air standard and fuel-air cycles. Practical aspects of coal combustion. Chaos in dynamic systems. fluidization–regimes. Ritz. Oil-fired furnace combustion. During the semester. the student will make a presentation to the committee for evaluation. methods for measuring burning velocity. Technique of correlation of analytical and experimental models. During the semester the progress will be assessed by the supervisor(s) at weekly coordination meetings. Introduction to rigid. the student will give a departmental seminar that will serve as the mid-term evaluation also. flutter and vibrations. Gas-fired furnace combustion.C. Combustion of solids. devolatilization and char combustion. engine processes. approval and assessment. flammability limits. gas-liquid systems–sprays. entrainment. Mode shapes. gas-solid systems–dusty flows. Combustion safety. Eigenvalue estimates. radial and annular cascades. Cycle simulation of the I. the student should present these to the evaluation committee for review. MEL812 Combustion 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction. bubble-liquid systems. effects of different variables on burning velocity. MED812 Major Project Part–II 12 credits (0-0-24) The student will continue working fulltime as per the approved work plan of Part–I during the winter after the 3 rd semester and during the 4th semester.detonation and deflagration. MEL813 Cascade Theory 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to cascades. MEL815 Applied Combustion 4 credits (2-0-4) Review of combustion fundamentals. Forced response passive and active control of machine and structural vibrations. pneumatic conveying. Modal analysis. meriodional and cascade planes.C.

MEL837 Advanced Mechanisms 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to mechanism synthesis. Matrix methods in kinematic. Continuum modelling of local deformation near contact area– quasistatic compression of elastic– perfectly plastic solids. partition of internal energy. Reduced order models. Continuity. Elastohydro dynamic. Substructuring. printers. structural dynamic modification. video and audio recorders. Response to steady state and transient excitation. Introduction to non-linear vibration analysis. DFA (design for assembly). impact on a system of rigid bodies connected by compliant / noncompliant constraints. MEL841 Advanced Structural Dynamics 4 credits (3-0-2) Review of linear algebra. Bending critical speeds of simple shafts. FE based modeling of impact. Dynamics of beams. Introduction to wave propagation. Tribological vibrations and noise considerations in high speed mechanical units. Thick Film Lubrication Externally Pressurized Bearings. Introduction to model updating. Examples and applications to mechanical systems. Comparison of numerical data with test results. rigid body and FE based human body models in impact. Group velocity. Case studies in crash of vehicles modeled as system of rigid bodies. sewing 113 machines. concepts of energy and work of normal contact force and restitution.Linear and Nonlinear Theory. sensitivity analysis and frequency response coupling of substructure etc. Random vibration of structures. Micromachining systems. associated laws of motion and applications. MEL836 Advanced Lubrication Theory 4 credits (3-0-2) Lubrication . Microelectro-mechanical systems. coefficient of restitution. Influence coefficient and modal balancing techniques for flexible rotors.Mechanical Engineering impact.Hydrodynamic. Experimental and theoretical modal analysis . Modeling of contact conditions and some practical considerations in non-linear FE. Thermal Effects . Applications of modal testing in system and force identification. Introduction to discrete systems and finite element modelling. axial impact on slender deformable bodies. collision of free bodies. Effect of support nonlinearities. rubberlike. optical devices etc. Thurst Bearings.Thick Film. phase velocity. Reynolds. Techniques of correlation of analytical and experimental models. Introduction to Statistical Energy Analysis. synchronous and nonsynchronous whirl. Hydrodynamic Journal and Thurst Bearings. RP (rapid prototyping). Electromagnetic piezoelectric and fluid actuators. forced response. Surface finish measurement. Iterative Solution methods and solution of non-linear equations in FE. Envelope theory. repeatibility and precision. Deformation. thermal expansion. membranes. Orbital Analysis and Cascade Plots. Elatohydrodynamic Lubrication . Rolling Contact Bearings. Analysis of Rotating Machines including branched systems. rods shafts. Rigid body theory for collinear impact. Precision measurement and control devices. Dynamic design of mechanical equipment structures via model testing. Disc gyroscopics. dispersion.Navier Stokes. Rolling Bearings. MEL835 Special Topics 4 credits (3-0-2) Contents of this course may vary from time-to-time. globalization and Concurrent engineering. Frequency response functions for multidegree-of-freedoms systems. Kinematic and dynamic analyses of spatial mechanisms. Introduction to crash safety of vehicles. 3D impact of rough rigid bodies. Lagrange’s equations. Review of concurrent engineering techniques like DFM (design for manufacture). Dynamics of strings. dynamic forces and instrumentation etc. Hamilton’s principle. Errors due to geometry. plates and shells. elastoplastic and visco-plastic materials. safety standards. quality products.algorithms and codes. Basic Equations . Approximate methods. Review of fluid film bearings and seals. Principles of accuracy. System design considerations in precision engineering. Energy Equation. Precision machining and finishing operations. MEL839 Precision Engineering 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to precision machine design. inelastic. Non-Newtonian Lubrication. Impact on assemblies of rigid elements.Effective Viscosity. Unbalance response. Kinematics. Review of the dynamics of multi-degree-of-freedom systems. Instability due to fluid film forces and hysteresis. Hydrostatic and magnetic bearings. Application to two spool and multispool rotors. Themohydro-dynamic Theory. Analysis of asymmetric shafts. evaporative markets. positioning mechanisms and drives. MEL838 Rotor Dynamics 4 credits (3-0-2) Torsional Vibration. Rigid body impact with discrete modelling of compliance in impact region. structural dynamic modification and model updating. Analysis of rotors mounted on hydrodynamic bearings. Rolling and sliding contact bearings. TD (total design) for integrating these technologies. Analytical and numerical methods in kinematics. planar and 2D impact. work of reaction impulse. Analytical and computational methods. Mixed Boundary and Solid. Synthesis of spatial mechanisms for path and function generations. Assembly and tolerancing. rigid body and flexible body impact. Dynamic test data measurement and processing methods. Product information systems and their . equations of motion. Non linear constitutive relations of materials in impact including elastic. the finite element method. Hydrostatic. Dynamic Properties of Lubricant Films . Case studies from some of the applications like computer drives. QFD (quality function deployment).Theory. Rigid Rotor Balancing. Parametric excitation and instabilities. Journal Bearings. Dynamics of mechanisms. MEL842 Advanced Concurrent Engineering 4 credits (3-0-2) Product life cycle. Turbulence .Constantinescus Model. Optimal synthesis and analysis of mechanisms. theory of elasticity and the theory of plates and shells. Modal analysis. Precision gears. Gas Lubrication. MEL840 Experimental Modal Analysis and Dynamic Design 4 credits (3-0-2) Introduction to modal testing. Contact Mechanics. Bearings . Three dimensional co-ordinate measuring machines. Ng-Pan-elrod Model. non-linear FE analysis of impact: displacement formulations of large deformations.

Material properties. Towards Flexible Automation. k-out-of-n-structure. Negative feedback structure. servicing and maintenance. Islands of automation. Hazards models. System dynamics models to evaluate financial performance of organizations. CIM Systems: Flexibility. STELLA and SD based management games. Network of pipelines in applications. purchasing. e-Business and process re-engineering (BPR). shape-memory and magneto-strictive materials. Random number generation. Computer based integration between various functions . labours. Inspection Decisions : Optimal inspection frequency to profit maximizing. Decomposition. Computer aided simultaneous engineering systems. Labelling algorithm for maximum flow. Delays. Estimation of equivalent properties. New Industrial Engineering Challenges in e-Business. Era of IT based Competitiveness. multiplicative and congruential methods. Replacement Decisions: Economic models. composites. eSupply Chain. Minimum cost flow problem. testing & inspection design engineering. Case studies. matrix. sales. particles. communication and industrial networks. management. MultiAttributed Competitiveness. Integration and Automation Opportunities. Maximum flow problems. Group technology. CIM and Beyond. ERP. process control. operators. Compliant Design Introduction to composite material constituents . future trends. ReEngineering of Enterprises. Maximum flow min-cut theorem. Simulation of arbitrary prodistributions. Automation strategies. e-Business Architecture. economics of preventive maintenance.manufacturing. eBusiness Design. Stress evaluation. MEL852 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems 3 credits (2-0-2) Evolving manufacturing environment. Laminate Theory for fiber composites. Dynamics created by interactions with company suppliers. Introduction to smart materials. Multiterminal shortest chains. S-shaped growth structure. Application in planning and policy Hesign for Production System. System Reliability: Series. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and e-Business. Evolving Role Infor mation Technology. channel sections. Design considerations for Plastics components. challenges. Material characteristics of smart materials. piezoelectric. MEL850 Network Models and Applications 3 credits (2-1-0) Matrix representation of networks. minimisation of downtime and availability maximization. mean time to failure. and smart materials. Flow diagramming. Inventory and other industrial applications. Maintainability: Maintainability increment Equipment and mission availability. Evolving Business Systems and their Environment. Thermosetting and Thermoplastics Manufacturing considerations for plastics/DFM. MEL844 Designing With New Materials 4 credits (3-0-2) Modern materials in design . Modeling Analysis and design of simple mechanical systems using smart materials. Micromechanical and Macro-mechanical modeling. Time based Competition. industrial cases: discussion. materials etc Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS) as mini CIM. Integrated concurrent design and product development. Dynamics created by capacity expansion and professional resource expansion. Flexible and Agile Enterprises. DYNAMO. parallel and mixed configurations. optimum design configuration of a series/parallel system : maximizing reliability subject to budgetary constraint optimum level of active parallel redundancy for an equipment with components subject to failure. Design of communication networks. Concurrent Engineering. manufacturing. Introduction to eBusiness. New competitive challenges. Implementation Challenges. Information environment for suppliers. Multicommodity flows. robot arm etc. customers and competitors. Cases. age replacement policy. Product information modeling. Designing with short fiber and particulate composites. design. Planning the expansion of transportation. Constraint networks. quality control. block replacement policy. Development of system models. 114 MED861 Major Project Part–1 (Industrial Engineering) 6 credits (0-0-12) MED862 Major Project Part-2 (Industrial Engineering) 12 credits (0-0-24) MEL865 Systems Dynamics Modeling and Industrial Applications 3 credits (2-0-2) Introduction to system dynamics. electro-rheological. emanufacturing. Maximal dynamic flow problem. Evolution Towards CIM systems. Constant hazard Weibul model. Failure criteria for composite materials and laminates. Queuing. Metal matrix composites.fibers. Relation between linear programming and network flows. Computer Integrated Production Management. springs.Mechanical Engineering architecture. flakes. MEL866 Maintenance Management 3 credits (3-0-0) Reliability : Hazard rate. e-Commerce and e-Business. Overhaul and Repair Decisions : Optimal overhaul/repair/replace maintenance policies for equipment subject to breakdown finite and infinite . Network synthesis and design . replacement policies to minimize downtime. Positive feedback structure. The capacitated trans-shipment problem. e-Procurement. Flow charting. New Value Propositions. drilling and other MEL851 Industrial Engineering Challenges in e-Business 3 credits (3-0-0) Changes in Industrial Enterprise Challenges. Causal-loop diagramming. MES860 Independent Study (Industrial Engineering) 3 credits (0-3-0) MEL861 Industrial Application of Simulation 3 credits (2-0-2) Fundamentals of Monte Carlo simulation. Integration of information models and end users applications. Automation of information and manufacturing systems. Counter intuitive behavior of Social System as bounded rationality. support plans. Application of smart materials for design of intelligent structures.plastics. Economics of introducing a stand by or redundancy into a production system. Simulation and AI in CIM systems. Case studies on design of shafts.

Var iance reduction techniques. deterministic cash flows. impact of inflation. portfolio analysis and management. single index models. Developing Effective Systems. KM Framework (process steps). KM Deployment. Business Strategy etc. SCM and CRM. Role of Simulation and Intelligent Systems. Steepest ascent/descent methods of optimization. flexibility. intelligent manufacturing. Deterministic infinite decision stages. agile enterprises. Research) 40 credits (0-0-80) . intelligent manufacturing. MEL870 Knowledge Management 3 credits (3-0-0) Introduction. IT based tools. Managing Innovation. capital asset pricing model. The Knowledge Edge. Priority queues. opportunity cost of capital. cases. definitions. mean var iance por tfolio theor y. Application of waiting line theory to industrial and service sectors. presentations. the basic theory of interest. Computer search methods. Maintenance Organisation: Computer application in maintenance management. industry and service systems. Applications. Multiple objective decision-making and fuzzy sets. KM and competitive link. using options in project valuations. before and after tax cash MED882 Major Project Part-2 (Production Engineering) 12 credits (0-0-24) 115 MEL875 Operations Research III 3 credits (3-0-0) Dynamic programming. Simulation : Basic concepts. Spares Provisioning : Spares provisioning for single and multiechelon systems under budgetary constraints. Perfor mance Measurement. flow. Markov decision processes. KM and challenges of CIMS. Knowledge Engineering. Application to business.Mechanical Engineering time horizon. Aligning KM with Manufactur ing Strategy. group exercises. Simulation of queuing systems. concept of depreciation. Knowledge Audit). determining betas. Replacement and maintenance models. KM technical concepts: (data vs information vs knowledge). Evolving Industrial Competition( multi attributed competition). role of IT.S. other projects evaluation criteria. integration and automation in enterprises. Optimal repair effort of a maintenance work force to meet fluctuating taking into subcontracting opportunities.. discrete event simulation. Validation. growing Need for Knowledge and its effective Management (KM). single period random cash flows. role of performance measurement. Case studies. KM system analysis. project net present value. MES880 Independent Study (Production Engineering) 3 credits (0-3-0) MED895 Major Project (M. generation of random numbers and events using Monte Carlo method. MEL868 Operations Research II 3 credits (3-0-0) Waiting line models. MEL871 Financial Engineering 3 credits (2-1-0) MED881 Major Project Part –1 (Production Engineering) 6 credits (0-0-12) The concept of firm. Decision trees. industrial motivation. options and futures. ERP. Numerical optimization. Geometric programming and applications. Game theory. design and deployment of KM in industrial enterprises( KM team. Stochastic processes. e-manufacturing etc. Single and multiple channel models. MIS for maintenance.