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1 Define ratings. BT-1
2 Point out importance of evaluation of concept BT-4
3 Define tolerance BT-1
4 Discuss about process capability BT-2
5 Define Tolerance stack. BT-1
6 Explain the five symbols of Geometric tolerance and draw the symbol. BT-3
7 Discriminate the various factors which involved for Mechanisms selection. BT-5
8 Explain datum feature concept in tolerance. BT-3
9 List the different limits of Assembly. BT-1
10 Define Process capability ratio. BT-1
11 Describe about the strengthening factors involved in DFM. BT-2
12 Describe about the evaluation methods used in DFM. BT-2
13 List out the general principle used in design. BT-1
14 Explain the basic concept involved in DFMA. BT-3
15 Illustrate the block diagram for design factors in DFMA. BT-3
16 Define Manufacturability. BT-1
17 Classify various types of Tolerance. BT-4
18 List out different Manufacturability process. BT-1
19 Describe the strength factors in DFMA BT-2
20 Point out the various development process involved in development of design BT-4

1 Describe the design principle for manufacturability in DFMA. BT-1
2 Discuss with neat sketch about Tolerance and its types used in manufacturing. BT-2
3 Summarize the design principle used for DFM. BT-2
4 Discuss with neat sketch about Process capability. BT-2
5 List out the Mechanical factors in design for manufacturing and Mechanism selection
design for manufacturing BT-1
6 Develop various evaluation methods used for manufacturability in DFMA. BT-5
7 Explain in detail about the assembly limits, Datum features & tolerance stack. BT-4
8 Classify the tolerance and explain about the tolerance stacking with neat sketch. BT-3
9 Describe with neat sketch about the manufacturing datum, functional datum & change in
datum in DFM. BT-1
10 Explain in detail about the strength and mechanical factors. BT-4
11 Explain the factors influencing Design. BT-4
12 Explain the various means by which the designer can work through the discovery of solution
of the problem. BT-5
13 Explain the various factors that determines the choice of material BT-2
14 Discuss the capabilities and qualities needed by sequential designer BT-3

1. Analyze how the components are manufactured in the industries associated with the
machining and tolerance? BT-4
2. Summarize the factors considered in design for manufacturing, assembly and
environment. BT-4
3. Explain in detail about mechanical factors considering for DFMA. BT-5
4. Explain the tolerance stacking used in the DFMA and list the significance of tolerance
Stacking. BT-6


1. List out the factors involved in form design. BT-1
2. Illustrate the block diagram of form design. BT-3
3. Define Service life. BT-1
4. Define form design. BT-1
5. Explain the various Steps involved in Material choice. BT-5
6. Define casting. BT-1
7. Define forging. BT-1
8. Define welding. BT-1
9. Classify the welding. BT-4
10. Describe about the design rules for welding. BT-2
11. Summarize the various defects in welding. BT-2
12. Describe about design rules for casting. BT-2
13. Describe about design rules for casting member. BT-2
14. Summarize the various defects in casting. BT-2
15. Define Shrinkage. BT-1
16. Discriminate the main factors consider in assembly. BT-5
17. Differentiate between Runner and Riser in casting. BT-4
18. Demonstrate about the various remedies for shrinkage effect in casting. BT-3
19. Explain influence of materials on form design. BT-5
20. Develop the various steps casting process. BT-6
1. Explain in detail about the influence of material in form design. BT-4
2. Design the various steps for material selection in the form design. BT-6
3. List out he design rules for form design of welded member with neat sketch. BT-1
4. List out he design rules for form design of casting member with neat sketch BT-1
5. List out he design rules for form design of forging member with neat sketch BT-1
6. Explain in detail about the Pugh selection process. BT-5
7. Discuss about the welded defects in form design with suitable sketch. BT-2
8. Illustrate with neat sketch about form design of casting defects. BT-3
9. Demonstrate with neat sketch about form design of forging defects. BT-3
10. Explain factors influencing form design. BT-4
11. Discuss briefly the influence of material on form design. BT-4
12. Explain the design factors to be considered when selecting casting as a manufacturing
process. BT-6
13. Elaborate the Guidelines for designing weldments. BT-3
14. Figure shows the initial design of the shaft support bracket, which is bolted to a housing to
support a rotating shaft. Accurate machining is needed for the bore with high tolerance in
locating the bore relative to the dowel holes. BT-4

1. Evaluate the significance of material selection procedure in form design. BT-5
2. Develop the possible solution for material selection in form design. BT-6
3. Analyze the impact of selection of materials on form design in DFMA. BT-4
4. Explain in detail about the impact of various defects in welding and casting
Process in form design. BT-4


1 Explain about functional datum. BT-4
2 Define Machining sequence. BT-1
3 Define Manufacturing Datum. BT-1
4 Explain about the need for changing the datum. BT-5
5 What is meant by simplification by separation? BT-6
6 Explain about the need for reduction of machined area. BT-5
7 Define Mach inability. BT-1
8 Define Clamp ability. BT-2
9 Define accessibility. BT-3
10 Discuss about the amalgamation process. BT-2
11 Describe how the machined areas can be reduced. BT-2
12 Explain any four examples of simplification by separation. BT-4
13 Explain about how the amalgamation can be simplified. BT-4
14 Distinguish between machinability and clamp ability. BT-2
15 Distinguish between clamp ability and accessibility. BT-2
16 Classify the types of drilling cutters. BT-3
17 Classify the types of milling cutter. BT-3
18 Classify the types of keyways. BT-4
19 What is the different between Drilling and milling? BT-6
20 Demonstrate about the doweling procedure. BT-3
1. Describe in detail about the reduction of machined area by simplification by separation with
neat sketch. BT-1
2. Discuss about the doweling procedure and counter sunk screws. BT-2
3. Describe in detail about the design for accessibility. BT-2
4. Write the design method for clamp ability with neat sketch. BT-6
5. Explain in detail about the design for assembly. BT-4
6. Describe in detail about the design for economy. BT-1
7. Describe in detail about simplification by amalgamation. BT-1
8. Explain in detail about the reduction of machined area. BT-5
9. Illustrate with the block diagram about the counter sunk head screw. BT-3
10. Illustrate the design rules for design for machinability with suitable sketch. BT-6
11. Explain briefly the mechanical properties that affect Machinability BT-2
12. Discuss in detail Economic And Product Design Considerations In Machining BT-3
13. Summarize the principles and process used for Design for Assembly BT-4
14. Discuss in detail process and principles used for design for Design for clampability and the
Design for accessibility BT-1

1 Design the procedure for how components are manufactured in the industries BT-6
based on machining area and explain with neat sketch?
2 Differentiate between economical and uneconomical design with suitable BT-4
3 Distinguish between simplification by amalgamation and reduction of machined BT-4
4 Explain the significance of machinability in the DFMA associated with BT-4
Machining process with neat sketch.


1. Define group technology. BT-1
2. Define Pattern. BT-1
3. What is meant by parting line? BT-6
4. Define mould. BT-1
5. What is meant by cast hole? BT-6
6. What is meant by Machined hole? BT-6
7. Demonstrate the portable parting line in the casting process. BT-3
8. Discuss how the uneconomical design is identified. BT-2
9. Summarize the various factors involved in uneconomical design. BT-2
10. When design is modified in DFMA. BT-1
11. Differentiate core and cavity. BT-2
12. List out the casting defects. BT-1
13. Explain the basic steps involved in G.T. BT-5
14. Summarize the benefits of G.T. BT-5
15. Illustrate the methods to implement G.T. in DFMA. BT-3
16. Explain any two computer application for DFMA. BT-4
17. What are the merits of implementing computer application in DFMA process? BT-6
18. Classify the types of G.T. BT-3
19. Demonstrate the new trend in computer application for DFMA. BT-3
20. Explain the various computer applications in DFMA process. BT-4
1. Describe computer application in DFMA with neat sketch. BT-1
2. Illustrate the following with neat sketch
i) Casting pattern ii) mould iii) parting line. BT-3
3. Summarize about minimizing the core requirements in casting process with example.
4. Describe about machined holes in casting process with suitable example. BT-2
5. Design and develop possible and portable parting line in casting processes with example.
6. Discuss with neat sketch about detail about casting requiring special sand cores. BT-2
7. Describe and develop the Obviate sand cores in casting process. BT-1
8. Explain in detail about inspection method in GT. BT-4
9. Explain in detail with suitable sketch of optiz method. BT-4
10. Describe in detail about design features to facilitate machining, drills and milling cutters.
11. Discuss in detail General design rules for riser necks used in iron castings BT-5
12. Write notes on Design Consideration in Castings BT-6
13. Explain briefly Computer modeling of casting processes BT-4
14. Discuss the use of GT for Design of Manufacturing Systems BT-2

1 Summarize the significance of group technology in DFMA and explain with neat BT-5
2 Explain with suitable sketch about casting defects. BT-4
3 Develop the design factors to be considered for redesign of casting based on BT-6
parting line consideration with suitable sketch.
4 Explain with suitable sketch about types of casting processes. BT-4


1. Define Life cycle assessment. BT-1
2. What are the main objectives of environmental design? BT-6
3. List the significance of DFE. BT-1
4. Describe the global issues. BT-2
5. Describe the local issues. BT-2
6. List the guideline for material selection. BT-1
7. What are the guideline for product structure? BT-6
8. Summarize the various steps involved in life cycle assessment. BT-2
9. List the techniques used to reduce environment impact. BT-1
10. Define disassembly. BT-1
11. Define Recyclability. BT-1
12. Define Remanufacturing. BT-1
13. Define energy efficiency. BT-1
14. Describe the standards followed in design for environmental. BT-2
15. Demonstrate the steps involved for minimizing the material usage. BT-3
16. What is meant by ISO-14000. BT-6
17. What are the benefits of ISO-14000. BT-6
18. Differentiate Regulation and standards. BT-4
19. What are the steps involved in Recyclability. BT-6
20. What are the basic DFE methods? BT-6
1. Illustrate the following (1) global issue (2) Regional and local issue. BT-3
2. What is mean by DFE? Explain the design guidelines for DFE. BT-6
3. Explain in detail in AT & T Product assessment method. BT-5
4. Describe in detail about the weighted sum assessment method. BT-1
5. Discuss the techniques to reduce environment impact in design for Environment. BT-2
6. Describe in detail about the design to minimize the material usage in design. BT-1
7. Explain in detail with suitable sketch of Recycling of the product. BT-4
8. Describe with suitable sketch of Remanufacturing process in DFE. BT-1
9. Discuss the Regulation and standards followed in DFE. BT-2
10. Analyze energy efficiency concept in DFE with suitable example. BT-4
11. Explain briefly the elements of Design for Recycling BT-3
12. Discuss in detail about Design to regulations and standards. BT-2
13. Elaborate in detail Design for energy efficiency BT-4
14. Discuss in detail about Design to minimize material usage BT-5

1 Distinguish between the following with suitable sketch BT-5
i) Recycling ii) Remanufacturing
2 Develop the design factors to be considered for minimize the environmental BT-6
3 Summarize how the components are to be manufacture in the industries BT-4
associated with regulation and standards.
4 Explain with suitable example about the environmental objective in DFMA. BT-4