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3 ½ YEAR

DIPLOMA IN

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

**State Board of Technical Education & Training
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Andhra Pradesh

HYDERABAD

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**3 ½ YEAR DIPLOMA IN III - SEMESTER
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METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

CURRICULUM-2009(C-09) S.No Subject Code Subject Page No.

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**CONTENTS 1 Met-301 English-II 78
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2 Met-302 Engineering Mathematics-II 80

S.No Content Page No. 3 Met-303 Fuels, Refractories & Pyrometry 84

1 Preamble 5 4 Met-304 88

Metallurgical Thermodynamics

2 Rules and Regulations 8 5 Met-305 92

Physical Metallurgy

3 Scheme of Instructions & Examination -I year 20 6 Met-306 98

Iron Making

4 Scheme of Instructions & Examination -III Sem 21 PRACTICALS

5 Scheme of Instructions & Examination -IV Sem 22 7 Met-307 Machine Drawing 102

6 Scheme of Instructions & Examination -V Sem &VI 23 8 Met-308 Metallography Lab 106

Sem

9 Met-309 Fuels Laboratory 107

7 Scheme of Instructions & Examination -VII Sem 24

I - YEAR

IV - SEMESTER

S.No Subject Code Subject Page No.

**1 Met-101 English 26
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S.No Subject Code Subject Page No.

2 Met-102 Engineering Mathematics-I 28

1 Met-401 English-III 109

3 Met-103 Engineering Physics 40

2 Met-402 Electrical Technology 111

4 Met-104 Engineering Chemistry & Environmental 48

Studies 3 Met-403 Heat Treatment Technology 115

5 Met-105 Elementary principles of Metallurgy 55 4 Met-404 121

Steel Making

Practicals 5 Met-405 126

Materials Testing

6 Met-106 Work shop practice 60 6 Met-406 131

Foundry Technology

7 Met-107 Engineering Drawing 62

PRACTICALS

8 Met-108 Physics Lab 71 7 Met-407 138

Heat treatment Lab

9 Met-109 Chemistry Lab 73 8 Met-408 139

Material Testing Lab - 1

10 Met-110 Information Technology Lab 74 9 Met-409 Foundry Lab 140

11 Met-111 Mineral Dressing Laboratory 76 Group Task/ Seminars

Group Task/ Seminars

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**V & VI SEMESTERS CURRICULUM (C-09) FOR DIPLOMA COURSES IN
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ANDHRA PRADESH

Practical Training in Metallurgical or allied industries

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**VII SEMESTER Preamble
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The State Board of Technical Education and Training, Andhra Pradesh under

S.No Subject Code Subject Page No. the aegis of the Department of Technical Education, Andhra Pradesh generally reviews

the Curricula once in every five years. However, recognizing the changing needs as

1 Met-701 English-IV 147 stated by the user industries, the Board has decided to bring forward the revision of

2 Met-702 Industrial Management & Entrepreneurship 149 curriculum by a year. Consequently, the Board with the assistance of the faculty made

a thorough assessment of the curricular changes that have to be made. It was felt that

3 Met-703 Mechanical Metallurgy 155

there is an urgent need to improve hands-on experience among the students pursuing

4 Met-704 Non-ferrous Extractive metallurgy 160 diploma courses. Further, the urgency of enhancing communication skills in English

5 Met-705 165 was also highlighted in the feedback and suggestions made by the user industries.

Metal Casting Technology

Keeping these in view, a number of meetings and deliberations were held at district

6 Met-706 (A) Welding Technology 169

and state level, with experts from industry, academia and senior faculty of the

Met-706 (B) Corrosion Engineering 176

Department. The new Curricula for the different diploma courses have been designed

PRACTICALS

with the active participation of the members of the faculty teaching in the Polytechnics

7 Met-707 Material Testing Lab-II 179 of Andhra Pradesh. This will be implemented from the academic year 2009-10.

8 Met-708 Metal Casting Practice 180

The primary objective of the curricular change is to produce best technicians

9 Met-709 Project Work & Viva Voce 181 in the country by correlating growing needs of the industries with the academic input.

Group Task / Seminars Salient Features:

1. Duration of the course is 3 1/2 years, comprising of 2 1/2 years of academic

instruction and one year of industrial Training.

2. The Curriculum is prepared on Semester Pattern sandwiched with One year

of Industrial Training at 5th & 6th Semester level. However, First Year is

maintained as Year-wise pattern.

3. Every student will get the benefit of Exposure to industry, hands on training;

understand the industrial environment and the behavioural pattern while

working in an industry.

4. The policy decisions taken at the State and Central level are implemented

with regard to environmental science by including relevant topics in

Chemistry. This is also in accordance with the Supreme Court guidelines

issued in Sri Mehta’s case.

5. Keeping in view the increased need of communication skills which is

playing a major role in the success of Diploma Level students in the

Industries, emphasis is given for learning and acquiring listening,

speaking and writing skills in English. Further as emphasized in the

meetings, teaching of the language has been spread over all the 2 1/2 1/2

years of academic instruction and special emphasis is also on areas of

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AutoCAD specific to the branch has been given more emphasis in the NITTTR. modifying and updating the curriculum. internet usage and e-mailing.V.P. This helps the student in interacting with people in better interaction of students with Industries. Curricula of Laboratory and Workshops have been thoroughly revised basing on the suggestions received from the industry. 10. I. 16. in rest of the subjects the content has been enhanced as per the need of the hour. the course content in all the subjects is thoroughly reviewed. Industrial Training has been introduced for One full year to impart Practical Experience during the course of study itself. 17. Commissioner of Technical Education & Chairman. I. 14. The Members of the working group are grateful to Sri L. Chennai/ECH.E. for better utilization of the equipment available at the Polytechnics. Industrial Training introduced in V & VI semesters is aimed at promoting working in groups/Team building skills through ‘practice-oriented. Every student is exposed to the computer lab at the 1st year stage itself in order to familiarize him with skills required for keyboard/mouse operation.Prem Chandra Reddy. With increased emphasis for the student to acquire Practical skills. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . S. faculty. 13. for their guidance and valuable inputs in revising. SBTET. A.and Sri G.B. and the State Board of Technical Education. 6. Preparing drawings using Computer has been given more experts from industry. The number of teaching hours allotted to a particular topic/chapter has been rationalized keeping in view the past experience 11. Secretary.T.. Advanced topics not relevant at diploma level of education are deleted..T.T. R & D Institutions and other developmental/promotional agencies. The experiments /exercises that are chosen for the practical sessions are identified to confirm to the field requirements of industry.Ranganath. academia from the universities and higher learning importance using CAD softwares institutions and all teaching fraternity from the Polytechnics who are directly and indirectly involved in preparation of the curricula. In the revised C-09 curriculum. thus strengthening the practical side.S. 12. Elective subjects have been introduced at the 7th semester stage to enable to study certain subjects of importance/specialization. All Practical subjects are independent of each other and the practice of grouping two or more practical subjects is dispensed with. 8.2nd Proof . more attention is given to the practical content of Laboratories and Workshops. While the course content in certain subjects is reduced. and Sri 6 7 .S. 9. 15. P. AP. AP. project based activities’.4 to be taught at Diploma level are incorporated in the curriculum. curriculum. employability skills.A. SBTET. Upon reviewing the existing C-05 curriculum. Modern topics relevant to the needs of the industry and global scenario suitable by Sri. and other officials of Directorate of Technical Education.A. The Members acknowledge with thanks the cooperation and guidance provided 7. 18. it is found that the theory content is found to have more weightage than the Practical content. Somesh Kumar. Prabhakar who was Secretary.

DURATION AND PATTERN OF THE COURSES 4. if he or she has attended a minimum of 75% of working in this regard from time to time. NUMBER OF WORKING DAYS PER SEMESTER / YEAR: All the Diploma programs run at various institutions are of either 3 years a). The Working days in a week shall be from Monday to Saturday All the Diploma courses are run on year wise pattern in the First year. of the year of admission to the 31st March of the succeeding year. They may seek examination.M. Only the candidates satisfying the following requirements will be eligible to appear for the Common Entrance Examination (CEEP). Students whose shortage of attendance is not condoned in any semester / 1st year are not eligible to take their end examination of a) The candidates seeking admission should have appeared for the X class that class and their admissions shall stand cancelled. If this prescribed semester. The Academic year for all the Courses shall be from Fifteenth June or 3½ years duration. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION UNDER THE CURRICULUM – 2009 (C-09) The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.2nd Proof . their of attendance. A candidate shall be permitted to appear for the end examination in Selection of candidates is governed by the Rules and regulations lay down all subjects. sandwiched between two Semesters of Academic Instruction. A separate 2) Within 30 days after commencement of class work in any year notification will be issued for admission into these courses. few courses like Diploma in Electronics with specialization in CP/ CN/ IE/ TV/ BM/ Embedded systems. D. granted on medical grounds.C. RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR DIPLOMA COURSES 3. Candidates having less than 65% attendance shall be detained. the training will be in the fifth & sixth minimum is not achieved due to any reason. days during the year/Semester. PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION IN TO THE DIPLOMA COURSES: a). Andhra Pradesh. 1) Within 15 days after commencement of class work in any semester c) For admission into the following Diploma Courses for which entry (Except industrial Training) qualification is 10+2. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . and c). Pradesh or equivalent examination thereto. i) Candidates who wish to seek admission in any of the Diploma courses will b). and seventh semester will be at the institution.5 1. conducted by the Board of Secondary Examination. There shall be 7 periods of 50 minutes duration on all working days. d). 5. candidates need not appear for CEEP. c). (including D. The minimum number of working days for each semester / year shall all conventional branches. at the time of making application to the Common Entrance Examination for Polytechnics (CEEP). Condonation of shortage of attendance in aggregate up to 10% (65% have to appear for common entrance examination (CEEP) conducted by and above and below 75%) in each semester or 1st year may be the State Board of Technical Education and Training. selection shall be subject to production of proof of their passing the qualifying examination in one attempt or compartmentally at the time of interview for admission. READMISSION b) Admissions are made based on the merit obtained in the Common Entrance Readmission shall be granted to eligible candidates by the respective Examination (CEEP) and the reservation rules stipulated by the RJD’s / Principals Government of Andhra Pradesh from time to time. D. special arrangements semesters. the Industrial Training is placed in the fifth be 90 / 180 days excluding examination days. Andhra re-admission for that semester / 1st year when offered next. 2). with Industrial Training of 6 months / one year. Hyderabad. For all other courses. 6.H. In case e). b). the remaining two or two & half years are run in the semester pattern. the training will be in the seventh semester.Pharmacy and Non Engineering Diploma streams) Otherwise such cases shall not be considered for readmission for 8 9 . A stipulated fee shall be payable towards condonation of shortage candidates who apply pending results of their qualifying examinations. For d). ELIGIBILITY OF ATTENDENCE TO APPEAR FOR THE END EXAMINATION 2.Pharrmacy course or first year course in Engineering 1). In respect of shall be made to conduct classes to cover up the curriculum.T.

O. that choosing a person from an Industry. 10 11 . For of Diploma.D. there are no minimum marks Seminar / viva-voce : 40 marks prescribed for sessionals.C.6 that year / Semester. in end examination and a combined minimum of 35% of both Sessional and end examination marks put together. and be averaged. examination shall not exceed FIVE years from the first admission. except in drawing. marks be awarded in the following manner. Improvement is allowed only after he / she has completed all the subjects from First Year to Final semester of the Diploma. Four unit tests will be conducted for I year students and two for semesters. sessional marks for each practical subject with an end examination of 3 hours duration carrying 60% marks. considered as a practical paper. c) Internal assessment in Labs / workshops / Survey field etc.P. The percentage of attendance of the readmitted candidates shall be f) Records pertaining to internal assessment marks of both theory and calculated from the first day of begining of the regular class work for practical subjects are to be maintained for official inspection. as officially announced by CTE/SBTET but not g) In case of Industrial Training. The student can avail of this improvement chance only once. the assessment purpose. after readmission is granted. Improvement is allowed in any 4 (Four) subjects of the Diploma. with the condition that the duration including betterment drawing the end examination shall be held along with all theory papers. i. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT SCHEME a) Theory Subjects: Theory Subjects carry 20 % sessional marks Internal 9. 1.e. In case of D. experiments / exercise prescribed. b) Practicals: Student’s performance in Laboratories / Workshop shall be assessed during the year of study for 40% marks in each practical PRACTICAL EXAMINATION: subject. Each student has to write a record / log book for and practical examination marks put together. which is also pass mark for typewriting and short hand is 45% in the end examination. Internal examiner shall be the too within the succeeding two examinations after the completion person concerned with internal assessment as in (c) above. the same rules hold good. a minimum of the students skills. MINIMUM PASS MARKS examinations will be conducted for awarding sessional marks on the THEORY EXAMINATION: dates specified. along with 20% marks for internal Record Work : 30 marks evaluation. Drawing There are no sessional marks for typewriting and Shorthand subjects of exercises are to be filed in seriatum. The assessment at the institute level will be done by a minimum of three faculty members including H.C. there are no minimum marks prescribed for sessionals. Allotment of marks should be discrete taking into consideration For passing a practical subject.. accuracy. External examiner shall be appointed by the Principal in 2. 8. However. In the subject of Drawing. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . PROVISION FOR IMPROVEMENT Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Workshop superintendent as the case may be. during the course of study shall be done and sessional marks awarded by 10. d) For practical examinations. ———————- PRACTICAL EXAMINATION: There shall be 40% Marks for regular TOTAL : 300 marks practical work done. the training assessment shall be done and form the day on which he/she has actually reported to the class work. a candidate has to secure.C.2nd Proof . ———————- However. recording and performance of the task 50% in end examination and a combined minimum of 50% of both sessional assigned to him / her. consultation with respective head of the department preferably 3. Industrial assessment : 200 marks ( in two spells of 100 marks each ) 7. Average marks obtained in all the tests will be For passing a theory subject..C.P course. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION Maintenance of log book : 30 marks THEORY EXAMINATION: Each Subject carries 80% marks with examination of 3 hours duration. a candidate has to secure a minimum of 35% considered for awarding the sessional marks. that semester / year and are advised to seek readmission in the next e) Question Paper for Practicals: Question paper should cover all the subsequent eligible academic year. (Sessional marks). there shall be two examiners. D.

th A candidate shall be promoted to 4 semester provided he/she 1. examination fee has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by d) For Diploma Courses of 3 ½ Years duration: State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time before commencement of 3rd semester. year improvement is allowed in drawing subject. the 4th semester and pays the examination fee. 4. has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education For Diploma Courses of 3 years duration and Training from time to time before commencement of 6 th 1. if he/she 8. notification issued by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time. A candidate shall be promoted to 3rd semester if he/she puts the year. promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time before commencement of 5 th 7.2nd Proof .e. A candidate shall be permitted to appear for first year examination semester. Improvement is not allowed in respect to the candidates who are could not pay the 4th semester examination fee. If there is improvement in performance of the current ii) Should have obtained the eligibility to appear for 4th semester examination. A candidate shall be promoted to 6th semester provided he/she be returned. who could SEMESTERS: not pay the 5th semester industrial assessment fee. A candidate is eligible to appear for 5th semester Industrial Assessment. provided he / she puts in 75% attendance (which can be condoned A candidate is eligible to appear for 6th semester examination if he/she on Medical grounds upto 10%) i. All the candidates who wish to appear for improvement of performance shall deposit the original Marks Memos of all the i) Puts the required percentage of attendance( 90%) in 5th semester years / Semesters and also original Diploma Certificate to the and Board.7 Examinations hold good. If improvement is not achieved. ii) Should not have failed in more than six backlogs subjects of 1st 2. A candidate shall be promoted to 5th semester (Industrial Training) 5. 3rd & 4th semesters put together. A candidate who could not pay the first year and 4th semesters put together for IVC students.e. A candidate. i) MET/ CH/ CHPP/ CHPC/ CHOT/ TT 3. has successfully completed Industrial Training (Passed) and he / she puts the required percentage of attendance in the 5th semester 11. required percentage of attendance in the first year and pays the iii) Should not have failed in more than Six backlog subjects of 3rd examination fee. attendance after condonation 3rd semester exam fee. has to pay the punished under Mal-practice in any Examination. has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed on Medical grounds should not be less than 65% and pay the by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to examination fee. RULES OF PROMOTION FROM 1ST YEAR TO 3. 4. Examination fee for improvement shall be paid as per the semester. the marks obtained in previous provided he / she puts the required percentage of attendance in D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . the revised Memorandum of marks and Original examination Diploma Certificate will be issued else the submitted originals will 5. However. No improvement is allowed in Practical / Lab subjects or Project ii) Should not have failed in more than Four backlog subjects of 1st work or Industrial Training assessment. A candidate shall be promoted to 3rd semester if he/she puts the th A candidate is eligible to appear for the 4 semester exam if he/she required percentage of attendance in the 1st year and pays the examination fee.th 5th . attendance after condonation on Medical grounds should not be less than 65% and pay the i) Puts the required percentage of attendance in 6th semester and examination fee. 6th and 7th and pay the industrial assessment fee. A candidate who could not pay the 1st year i) Puts the required percentage of attendance in the 4th semester examination fee has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by 12 13 .rd. A candidate who could not pay the on Medical grounds upto 10%) i. who 6. 2. 4. A candidate. A candidate shall be permitted to appear for 1st year examination puts the required percentage of attendance in the 3rd semester provided he / she puts in 75% attendance (which can be condoned and pay the examination fee. time before commencement of 4th semester.

12. has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed 2. Promotion from 5th to 6th semester is automatic (i. levels of study shall alone be taken into consideration for determining the ii) DIPLOMA IN FOOTWEAR TECHNOLOGY: over all percentage of marks secured by the candidates for award of class/ In respect of Diploma in Footwear Technology. by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to OTHER DETAILS time before commencement of 4th semester. 6. Should not have failed in more than four subjects of 1st year. A candidate is eligible to appear for 5th semester examination if he/she 3.e. the 1st spell of Industrial training after the First Year 4. (With 6 working days in a week i. 3. Puts the required percentage of attendance in the 5th semester puts the required percentage of attendance in the 3rd semester D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to appear for the 4th semester examination and time before commencement of 3rd semester. The promotion rules examinations. Second Class shall be awarded to candidates who secure a pass A candidate is eligible to appear for 7th semester examination if he/she with an overall aggregate of below 60%.8 and and pay the examination fee.2nd Proof . duration per day. With respect to the intermediate vocational candidates who are admitted directly into diploma course at the 3rd semester (i. second year) level the iii) Should not have failed in more than Six backlog subjects of 3rd aggregate of (100%) marks secured at the 3rd and subsequent semesters and 4th semester put together for IVC students. First Class with Distinction shall be awarded to the candidates the end of training. and pays the examination fee. with 7 periods of 50 minutes. offered in two spells. First Class shall be awarded to candidates who secure overall provided he/she has successfully completed both the spells of aggregate of 60% marks and above and below 75% marks. who secure an overall aggregate of 75% marks and above. STUDENTS PERFORMANCE EVALUATION 5. A candidate shall be promoted to 5th semester provided he / she c) The Second spell of Industrial training shall commence within 10 puts the required percentage of attendance in the 4th semester days after the completion of I spell of Industrial training. ii) Should not have failed in more than 6 backlog subjects of 1st year.e. EXAMINATION FEE SCHEDULE: that there is no restriction on number of backlog subjects to get eligibility to 14 15 . required percentage of attendance.3rd and 4th semesters put together. which in this case would be 90 % attendance and attends for the VIVA-VOCE examination at 1. a) In case a candidate does not successfully complete the Industrial A candidate is eligible to appear for the 4th semester exam if he/she training. A candidate. who fail to complete (I. for this course are on par with the other sandwich Diploma courses except 13. A candidate shall be promoted to 4th semester provided he/she 1..e VI Semester of the course). from the first admission.e. A candidate shall be promoted to 7th semester of the course 2. he / she will have to repeat the training at his / her own i) Puts the required percentage of attendance in the 4th semester cost. A candidate who could not pay the 3rd semester exam fee. completion of the last theory examination of 4th Semester..e III Semester of the course) and the second spell of Industrial training the Diploma in the regular three years and four subsequent after the V Semester (i. Second Class shall be awarded to all students. who could not pay the d) Each Semester of Institutional study shall be a minimum of 90 4th semester examination fee. ii) Should not have failed in more than Four backlog subjects of 1st b) The I spell of Industrial training shall commence 10 days after the year. 4. from Monday to prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and Training Saturday. i) Puts the required percentage of attendance in the 7th semester The Weightage of marks for various year/Semesters which are taken for and computing overall aggregate shall be 25% of I year marks + 100% of 3rd and subsequent Semesters. Industrial Training (Passed). has to pay the promotion fee as working days. the Industrial training is division. from 1st Successful candidates shall be awarded the Diploma under the following spell of Industrial Training to 2nd spell) provided he/she puts the divisions of pass. from time to time before commencement of 5th semester.

The examination fee should be as per the notification issued by State Board Maximum period for completion of the course is twice the duration of the of Technical Education and Training from time to time. A. Marks for an experiment / exercise: 50% shall be entertained from any candidate who is reported to have Max. A candidate is eligible for award of Diploma Certificate if he / she fulfils the Section ‘A’ contains 10 short answer questions.P. course from the date of First admission (includes the period of detention 14. ISSUE OF MEMORONDUM OF MARKS The following documents should be invariably be enclosed with the All candidates who appear for the end examination will be issued application failing which the application will not be considered. Section B contains 8 essay type questions including Numerical questions. State Board of Technical Education and Training.P. Max. worked out basing on the above ratio.. The fee prescribed for Total : 60% Recounting should be paid by way of Demand Draft drawn on any Scheduled Bank payable at Hyderabad in favour of the Secretary. However candidates who lose the original memorandum of marks have to pay the prescribed (i) Marks secured as per Tabulated Marks Sheet certified by the fee to the Secretary. application to the Secretary. Section ‘A’ contains four (4) questions. RECOUNTING. memorandum of marks without any payment of fee. In case of practical examinations with 50 marks. informed sufficiently in advance to the candidates. ISSUE OF XEROX COPY OF VALUED ANSWER SCRIPT and section ‘B’. Examination paper is of 3/6/9 hour’s duration. He / she has completed all the subjects.P. Marks: 4 x 5=20. Max. All questions following academic regulations.. A. Hyderabad – 500 063 within 15 days from the Practical Examinations date of receipt of Tabulated Marks Statement by the Principal of For Workshop practice and Laboratory Examinations. Section ‘B’ contains six (6) (a) A candidate desirous of applying for Recounting/ issue of Xerox questions.Marks: 5 x 10 = 50. All & REVERIFICATION: questions in section ‘A’ are to be answered and each carries 5 marks. State Board of Technical Education and Training.9 The question paper for theory examination is patterned in such a manner permitted to appear for examinations after that date). Marks 4 x 10 = 40. out of which 5 questions each carrying 10 marks are to ii. Out of which four (4) questions to be answered and copy of valued answer scripts/ Reverification should submit the each question carries 10 Marks. Principal. STRUCTURE OF END EXAMINATION QUESTION PAPER and discontinuation of studies by student etc) failing which they will have to forfeit the claim for qualifying for the award of Diploma (They will not be D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Marks: 10 x 3 = 30. including drawing subjects. concerned Polytechnic or the date specified. Marks for VIVA-VOCE : 10% resorted to Malpractice in that examination. award of the Diploma within 6 / 7 academic years from the year of admission shall forfeit their seat in the course & their seat shall Total Maximum Marks: 80 stand cancelled. b) For Engineering Drawing Subject (107) consist of section ‘A’ 18. the marks will be State Board of Technical Education and Training. MAXIMUM PERIOD FOR COMPLETION OF DIPLOMA COURSES: 16 17 . be answered. 17. engineering courses. This rule applies for that the Weightage of periods/marks allotted for each of the topics for a all Diploma courses of 3 years and 3 ½ years of engineering and non- particular subject be considered. A. for each duplicate memo. Hyderabad. He / She pursued a course of study for not less than 3 / 3 ½ academic years & not more than 6 / 7 academic years. Each student has to pick up a question paper distributed by Lottery System. Students who fail to fulfill all the academic requirements for the Max. The verification of the totaling will be done by an Officer of the Board In case of any change in the pattern of question paper. i. the same shall be and will be intimated to the candidate by post only. Recounting shall be done for any TWO theory subjects per Year/ Semester only.2nd Proof . are to be answered and each carries 3 marks Max. ELIGIBILITY FOR AWARD OF DIPLOMA a) Each theory paper consists of Section ‘A’ and Section ‘B’. (ii) Demand draft towards the payment of fee 16. No request for recounting Max. 15.

Thereafter. Board of Technical Education and Training. he / she shall be booked and the Punishment shall be awarded as per rules and 18 19 . The Board may change or amend the academic rules and 2. In case the candidate cannot collect the original Diploma within 1 year 3. PERMANENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (PIN) the Principal A cumulative / academic record is to be maintained of the Marks secured (2) Self-addressed Stamped Envelope/Cloth-line cover of size in sessional work and end examination of each year for determining the 10’’ x 14’’. a Permanent Identification Number (PIN) will be allotted to each candidate so as to facilitate this work and avoid errors (3) Fee in the form of Demand Draft in tabulation of results.. b) FOR ISSUE OF XEROX COPIES OF VALUED ANSWER 21. the candidate has to pay the penalty application prescribed by the SBTET from time to time. A. script/ scripts should submit the application to the Secretary. Xerox copies of valued answer scripts will be issued to all theory prescribed fee to the State Board of Technical Education and Training. All legal matters pertaining to the State Board of Technical Education and Training are within the jurisdiction of Hyderabad. MAL PRACTICE CASES: If any candidate resorts to any Mal Practice during examinations. such cases shall be entertained in any manner. ISSUE OF MIGRATION CERTIFICATE AND TRANSCRIPTS: 1. State the candidates who intend to prosecute Higher Studies in India or Abroad... Re-verification of valued answer script shall be done for all theory regulations or syllabi at any time and the changes or amendments subjects including drawing subjects. A candidate desirous of applying for Xerox copy of valued answer duplicate to be issued he/she should produce written evidence to this effect. 19. A. (ii) Fee in the form of Demand Draft.. with effect from the dates notified by the competent authority. subjects including drawing subjects. made shall be applicable to all the students. Hyderabad – 500 063 along with the required fee in the form of Demand Draft.10 accepted and any correspondence in this regard will not be Board within one month from the date of issue of results. GENERAL within 15 days from declaration of result.P. (1) Marks secured as per Tabulated Marks Sheets certified by 22.. The following documents should invariably be enclosed with the application failing which the application will not be considered. The following documents should invariably be enclosed with the from the date of issue of the certificate.P. State He / she may obtain a duplicate from the Secretary. Hyderabad – 500 Education and Training. ii. certificate by surrendering the original damaged certificate on payment of 2. (i) Marks secured as per Tabulated Marks Sheets certified by the Principal. shall be represented to the D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . i. In case of any ambiguity in the interpretation of the above rules. In case of Principal of concerned Polytechnic or the date specified in the covering damage of original Diploma Certificate. A. 3. 24. on payment of prescribed fee and on 063 along with the required fee in the form of Demand Draft within 07 production of an affidavit signed before a First Class Magistrate (Judicial) days from the date of receipt of Tabulated Marks Statement by the and non traceable certificate from the Department of Police. ISSUE OF DUPLICATE DIPLOMA SCRIPTS If a candidate loses his/her original Diploma Certificate and desires a 1. c) FOR RE-VERIFICATION OF THE VALUED ANSWER SCRIPT 23. State Board of Technical Board of Technical Education and Training. no entertained. 20. he / she may obtain a duplicate letter which ever is earlier. iii. for whom it is intended. DISCREPANCIES/ PLEAS: The applications received after the prescribed date will not be Any Discrepancy /Pleas regarding results etc.2nd Proof .P. A candidate desirous of applying for Re-verification of valued The Board on payment of prescribed fee will issue these certificates for answer script should submit the application to the Secretary. (iii) Self – addressed and stamped envelopes of 11” X 5” size. regulations framed by SBTET from time to time. eligibility for promotion etc. the decision of the Secretary. SBTET is final.

-- Total 20 22 1260 -. 302 (Common) & Met-307(Machine Drawing) common with M-307 Group Task / Seminar -. Seme.101. -. 75 03 20 80 100 Met-104 04 -. 03 90 03 40 60 100 Workshop Practice Met-308 Metallography Lab -. DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION CURRICULUM . 60 03 30 70 100 Fuels.2009 (III SEMESTER) (FIRST YEAR) D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . 120 03 20 80 100 Environmental Studies Met-306 Iron Making 05 -. 75 03 20 80 100 Thermodynamics Engineering Chemistry & Met-305 Physical metallurgy 05 -. 45 03 20 80 100 Theory Engineering Met-302 04 -. 75 03 20 80 100 Elementary principles Met-105 PRACTICALS of Metallurgy 05 -.301. 06 90 03 40 60 100 Met-107 Engineering Drawing -. 03 20 30 50 Information Total 27 15 630 -.Met . 06 90 03 40 60 100 Met-106 -. 107 (Common) 20 21 . Subject Name of the Subject Periods/ Perio- Instruction Total Code Week ds/ Subject Name of the Subject Periods/ Peri. 60 03 20 80 100 Mathematics-II Met-101 English-I 02 -. Sessi. ster ation onal Exam Marks Th Practi Year Dur Session End Total cals (hrs) Marks Marks eo cals atio al Exa Marks ry n Marks m THEORY (hrs) Mar ks Met-301 English-II 03 . 04 120 03 40 60 100 technology Lab Mineral Dressing Met-111 -. 03 90 03 40 60 100 Laboratory Note:Met . 03 45 03 40 60 100 Met-109 Chemistry Lab -. 104. 03 90 -. End Total Code Week ods/ ory cti. 06 180 03 40 60 100 Met-108 Physics Lab -. 310 690 1000 Note:. -. The Pra. 150 03 20 80 100 & Pyrometry Mathematics-I Metallurgical Met-103 Engineering physics 04 -. 240 660 900 Met-110 -. Scheme of Examinations. Refractories Engineering Met-303 05 -.2nd Proof . Dur. 03 90 03 20 30 50 Met-309 Fuels Laboratory -.11 Instruction Total Scheme of Examinations. 150 03 20 80 100 Practicals Met-307 Machine Drawing -. 103. 75 03 20 80 100 Met-102 05 -. 102. 120 03 20 80 100 Met-304 05 -.

Second THEORY Assessment 100 (During 6th month ) Met-401 English-III 03 . Heat treatment 2. 75 03 20 80 100 Total for each semester 300 Foundry Met-406 05 -.The Industrial training shall carry 300 marks and pass marks is 50%. 03 45 03 40 60 100 Group Task/ -. -- Seminars Total: 28 14 630 240 660 900 Note:. 75 03 20 80 100 5.Met . 06 90 03 40 60 100 -- Material Met-408 03 45 03 40 60 100 Testing Lab .2nd Proof . 75 03 20 80 100 4)Training Report 30 Technology Met-404 Steel Making 05 -. A candidate failing to PRACTICALS secure the minimum marks should complete it at his own expenses. Practical 6 Months At the Industry ory cals / atioi nal Exam Marks training in a Viva 1. 75 03 20 80 100 training Technology Heat Treatment 3) Log Book 30 Met-403 05 -.1 -- Met-409 Foundry Lab -.12 (PRACTICAL TRAINING) S No Subject Duration Scheme of Examination Remarks Instruction Total Scheme of Examinations Subject Name of the Periods/ Peri Nature Item Max. 45 03 20 80 100 At the Institution Electrical after completion of Met-402 05 -.401 (Common) 22 23 . 02 30 -.First Assessment Semes n Marks Marks metallurgical Voce & (During 3rd month) 100 ter (hrs Industry or Log allied Industry book 2 . -. Met-407 Lab -. 75 03 20 80 100 Technology 1. During Industrial training the candidate shall put a minimum of 90% attendance. DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 3 ½ YEAR SANDWICH DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION V AND VI SEMESTERS (IV SEMESTER SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . -. Seminar on training 40 Met-405 Material Testing 05 -. Marks Code Subject Week Ods The Practi Dur Sessio End Total 1.

75 03 20 80 100 B) Corrosion Engineering PRACTICALS Material Testing Met-707 -.701 (Common)& Met-702(Industrial Management & Entrepreneurship) common with M-602 24 25 .2nd Proof . 75 03 20 80 100 Metallurgy Non-ferrous Met-704 Extractive 05 -. 03 45 -. DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION (VII SEMESTER) D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Periods Week Name of the / Subject End Subject Dur Sessio Code The Practi Exam Total Semeste ation nal ory cals Mark Marks r (hrs) MarkS s Met-701 English-IV 02 . 06 90 03 40 60 100 Lab-II Metal Casting Met-708 -. 03 45 03 40 60 100 Practice Project Work & Met-709 -. 240 610 850 Note: Met . -. 75 03 20 80 100 metallurgy Metal Casting 1ST YEAR Met-705 05 -. 75 03 20 80 100 Technology A) Welding Technology Met-706 05 -. -. 03 45 03 40 60 100 Viva Voce Group Task / -. 75 03 20 80 100 Entrepreneurship Mechanical Met-703 05 -.13 Instruction Total Periods/ Scheme of Examinations. -- Seminars Total: 27 15 630 -. 30 03 20 30 50 Industrial Met-702 Management and 05 -.

the focus is on enhancing the students. • Note Making and Summarising In C-09 curriculum.No Major Topics No. of • Sentence structures Periods of marks Short Essay 2. Functional English Subject Title : English . communica- • Preparing for Examination tive abilities as well as job-ready skills. Situational Grammar 19 31 7 1 • Present. English is 3. Past and Future Tenses • Concord 3. of Weightage No. Indian professionals are in great demand around the world.I COURSE CONTENTS: 1.2nd Proof . Wh-questions and Question Tags 4. Craft of Writing • Write and speak English confidently • Mechanics of Writing • Read. The Craft of Writing 13 33 1 3 • Voice TOTAL 60 110 10 8 • Reported Speech INTRODUCTION: • Linkers • Error Analysis Globalisation has made English language the need of the hour. ENGLISH .14 Need analysis Subject code : MET-101 • Using a dictionary • Introducing self / others Periods / Week : 2 • Describing objects Periods / Year : 60 • Vocabulary building TIME SCHEDULE • Sounds and syllables S. Situational Grammar questions questions 1. listen and understand all kinds of communication • Paragraph Writing • Learn the modern methods of communication such as sending receiving • Persuasive Writing emails • Effective Correspondence • Use English at social milieu or at work place • E-mail • Resume 26 27 . of No. • Enhancing Vocabulary through reading OBJECTIVES: • Reading for Pleasure • Reading Strategies On completion of this course. In this backdrop. Art of Reading felt as a bridge to make Polytechnic students employable soon after obtaining their • Note Taking Diploma Certificate. Functional English 10 13 1 1 • Tense and Time 2. The Art of Reading 18 33 1 3 • Yes/No.I • D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . the students should be able to • Drawing Inferences • Become communicatively competent 4.

z) with simple illustrative examples and their evaluation.3. Solution of Triangles 05 .I . 2 x+3 1 3 1 1− 1− 2− 16 Hyperbola 05 05 . Also explain the definition of a function 28 29 . Transformations 06 05 - 1 2 y 7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions 05 05 - 1 Solve simple problems. = ⇒ = (componendo and dividendo) 2 Unit -II-Algebra Matrices 15 10 ..2b find 3 p + 2q − 5r. 2 2 1 22 Maxima and Minima 06 05 - Errors and Approximations 2 1 23 04 05 . x varies inversely as y ⇔ xy=constant.4c.2 Explain the ratios and properties such as componendo. 15 Ellipse 05 05 .5 Explain the formulae for basic algebraic identities in the form of forward Unit-V: Differential Calculus 18 05 03 1 . 2 Total 150 110 10 8 1.2nd Proof . 2 1. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . multiply p with q and divide p by q when p = 2 x 2 + 3 x + 4 and q = 3 x -1 Unit.15 Subject code : MET . 1 b d a −b c −d 3 Partial Fractions 05 03 1 - Unit-III-Trigonometry Also explain the variation concept (direct and inverse) such as 4 Compound Angles 05 03 1 - x 5. r = 5a . and backward applications like Limits (a + b ) = a 2 + b 2 + 2ab and also a 2 + b 2 − ab = ( a + b ) − 3ab or ( a − b ) + ab. 2 1 1. 2 as Properties of Triangles and 08 1 9.Bridging of fundamentals in Mathematics: (Common Subject) 1. Solve simple problems such 8 Trigonometric Equations 05 05 . 6. Periods e of Marks Type Type b d b d b d b d Unit. of Weightag Short Essay = ⇒ = (componendo) = ⇒ = (dividendo) . 2 express x + 3 x + 5 in the form of x + + 2 etc. 2 2 2 19 Methods of Differentiation 20 13 1 1 Unit-VI Applications of the 1 20 Derivative 2 And also 06 05 - Geometrical Applications 2 3 11 1 2 21 Physical Applications 06 05 .4 . dividendo. 2 2x − 4 x y 1 17 Three Dimensional Geometry 08 05 .y. 2 p = 2a − 3b. 10 Complex Numbers 06 03 1 .1 Explain the bracket operations such as −1 a + {b + (c − d )}.IV Co. z = f(x. x varies as y ⇔ = constant. 4 + 2 etc. Componendo and dividendo rules such as TIME SCHEDULE a c a+b c+d a c a −b c−d S. Subject title : Engineering Mathematics -I 1 m − {− m − m − n} etc. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – I Unit-1.ordinate Geometry 11 02 03 1 - Straight Lines 1.Bridging of a c a+b c+d 1 fundamentals In mathematics 12 06 2 . q = 3b . Explain the procedure of Handling Vulgar fractions such as 12 Circles 05 03 1 - 13 Elements of Conics 01 00 - x 2x + 4 14 Parabola 05 05 - 1 + 2 1 2x −1 x − 2 . Explain Literal Values and Literal Coefficients.No Major Topics No.102 Periods per week : 05 2 2 Total periods per Year : 150 1.6 Explain the functional notation y = f(x).y) and u = f(x. Multiple and Sub-multiple angles 05 03 1 .

Partial Fractions simple constructed examples.define square matrix and 3rd order square matrix with examples. Solve simple Define singular and non singular matrices. p r . 2. Cos(A±B). 3. and also define Hyperbolic and inverse Hyperbolic functions with useful identities.Range . (1 ± x ) n −1 −2 −3 . Define and determine the adjoint of a and cot(A±B). 1. define the (x2+a)(x+b) order of a matrix.2nd Proof . algebra of matrices (associative. 1. (1 ± x ) .2 Explain the Procedure of resolving rational fractions of the type mentioned 1. distributive. proper and improper fractions of functions. commutative properties) with examples iv) ------------------ and counter examples. illustrative examples. 4. classically as f : Ag B. exponential series. by matrix inversion method and Cramer’s rule-examples symmetric expressions and ∑ notations with suitable examples in each 2. solution D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .2 Derive identities like sin(A+B) sin(A-B) = sin2 A –sin2 B etc. examples. and solving fourth and third degree equations using remainder theorem with 3. tan 150. Also state properties of determinants with illustrative 1. Algebra f(x) Matrices iii) -------------- 2. Homogeneous functions. matrix representation. 1.6 Define the multiplicative inverse of a 3x3 matrix. tan750 etc. 1. scalar multiplication and product of matrices. resolving a square matrix in to a sum of a symmetric and non. derive the values of sin150 cos150. Unit-II. ii) ---------------------- 1.13 Explain the exponential constant e. their properties and allied angles f(x) formulae. symmetry and non -symmetry of matrices. Cr .0 Compound Angles 2. exponential function. problems on compound angles. interval as subset of set of real and inverse leading to the formula A-1 = adj A/ det A. n n 3. with examples. Domain . cofactor of an element of a 3x3 square matrix as determinant 4.9 Row operations for evaluating the determinant of a 3x3 matrix with simple 1. f(x) 2.1 Definition of a matrix. 2.Laplacian expansion with examples.16 functions with arithmetic operations on them. cos750.7 Explain the polynomials of Second.10 Explain solving a quadratic equation by factorization and formula methods examples. State the formulas of Sin(A±B). (x+a)(x+b)(x+c) Logarithmic Series. 2.1 Define rational.1 Define compound angles.symmetric Unit-III Trigonometry matrices-Examples in all cases. below into partial fractions.7 System of 3 linear equations in 3 unknowns. 4.9 Explain logarithms with basic properties. f(x) i) ----------------------- 1. distance and ratio formulae (x+a)2(x+b)(x+c) centroid and the meaning of the graph of a function with suitable examples.14 Define the basic Trigonometric ratios. square matrix give examples. Third and fourth degree definitions. relation between the Adjoint 30 31 . tan(A±B) of 2x2 square matrix with examples.8 Explain surds and rationalizing factors with suitable simple examples. rational 2.15 Explain two dimensional co-ordinate system.8 Elementary row and column operations on a 3x3 matrix-examples. various types of matrices with examples.12 State Binomial expansions of the type ( x ± a ) . sin750.4 Define minor.3 Define the transpose of a matrix.11 State the definitions of n.5 Define determinant of a 3x3 matrix. Gauss- Jordan method to solve a system of 3 linear equations in 3 unknowns with case. (1 ± x ) . (x+ a )(x2+ b)2 2. simple examples.(proof not necessary) numbers.2 Define sum.

explain the slope.4 Define the tangent and normal at a point on the circle and problems relating sin-1x+cos-1 x = Π/2 etc. angle 6. 15. Define the pole and polar of a circle and find the pole of a line and polar of a point w. the coordinate axes as its axis (four forms) and also the standard forms with perimeter and sides a. tangent rule and projection rule.b.0 Multiple and Sub multiple Angles form .0 Locus. cosine rule. 5.4 To find the equation of a parabola passing through 3 given points.k) and axis parallel to one of 9.0 Properties and Solutions of Triangles 14.t. (iii) two sides and an opposite 14.1 To state sine rule.2 Provide equations of a straight line in various forms. sin-1x. Unit-IV Coordinate Geometry 5. 10.4 State DeMoivre’s Theorem (proof not necessary) and its applications to D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .3 Give various formulae for the area of a triangle. 15. shifting of origin(translation of axes) 6. 13.2 Apply these formulae to sum or difference or product of three or more terms between two lines. vertex at (h. powers. 11. simplifications of a complex 5. cos A/2.0 Trigonometric Equations examples only. Translation of axes and Straight lines 6.k) and axes parallel to 32 33 . a point to a line. eccentricity.2 Define the arithmetic operations on Complex numbers with examples. directrix.1 Define a circle. explain the terms focus. focus. 0 Complex numbers: 14.1 Explain the concepts of locus of a point.(Derivation of general Equations not necessary)-Simple 8.3 Problems on finding the equation of circle passing through three given points.17 complex numbers eg. types of ellipse with (i) center at 10. directrix. (ii) given an appropriate domain and range.1 Derive the formulae on transforming sum or difference of two trigonometric with illustrative examples.1 Derive the standard equation of an ellipse .2 Derive useful allied formulas like sinA= (1 . (ii) two sides and an included angle.1 Explain what is meant by the solution of trigonometric equations. 7. eccentricity and directrix. radius from it with examples. complex number and their properties. sides. formulae. provide circle equation given (i) center and radius.Exponential (Euler )form of a complex number . perpendicular distance from and solve problems. examples 10.1 Understand the concept of the inverse of a trigonometric function by selecting 12.2 To derive relations between inverse trigonometric functions so that given A= centre.1.4 Explain what is meant by solving a triangle. and problems using simple transformations.3 Provide examples on the above formulae 11. to Express angle A in terms of other inverse trigonometric functions- with examples. provide examples. solve a triangle given (i) three find its vertex. 12.c and solve problems. functions along with their domains and ranges. latus rectum etc.2 Given the equation of parabola.illustrative examples 5..-illustrative examples. a cos x + b sin x=c etc. rectum of a conic. 14. ratios in to a product and vice versa. 14. Define inverses of six trigonometric two ends of a diameter with examples..2nd Proof . Finding the roots. its modulus and Conjugate of a 14. Solve problems on the above the coordinate axes).0 Transformations 11. 10.Derive formulae like tan-1 x + tan-1 y = tan-1 ((x+y)/ to finding their equations (Derivation of general Equations not necessary.2 To solve models of the type a sin2 x + b sin x +c=0.1 Give the definition of a complex number. Define a conic.1 Derive the standard equation of a parabola with vertex at origin and one of 9.3 Define amplitude of a complex number and give the modulus-amplitude (polar) origin. 12.0 Parabola 9.2 Find the Equation of a Conic. coordinate axes as axes and (ii) center at (h.3 State various properties of inverse trigonometric functions and identities like 12.2 Give the formulas for sin A/2.0 Ellipse 10. explain how to reduce it to standard form and 9. (1-xy))etc. 7. a circle. point of intersection of lines. 8.2 State the general equation of a circle and explain the procedure to find the 7. 9.0 Circles 7.0 Elements of Conics general solutions of sin x=k. translation of axes (shifting of origin. and solve simple problems.5 Applications of parabola to practical problems. distance between two parallel lines. cos x =k and tan x=k with appropriate examples.r. 13.1 Derive the formulae of multiple angles 2A. tan A/2 and cot A/2 in terms of semi. 3A etc and sub multiple angle on all the above. given its focus.cos2A)/2 etc number with illustrative examples.0 Inverse Trigonometric Functions 12. axis. A/2 in terms of angle A of trigonometric functions. axes and latus 8. vertex and directrix- angle-case of two solutions and (iv) one side and two angles.3 To find the equation of a parabola given any two of focus.examples on these formulae.). To find the 13.

lim . 19. (1 + x) x as x → o examples. Sinx.2 Mention the Standard limits examples.2.4 State the formulae to find the centroid of a triangle and the tetrahedron with Product and Quotient of functions with illustrative and simple examples. plane passing through i) 2t2 + 3/ t a given point and perpendicular to a line whose direction ratios are given. Secx.0 Hyperbola Some examples whether a given function is continuous or not can be 16. points. directrix and eccentricity.18 from any point on the ellipse is equal to length of major axis-solve problems. 34 35 . 19. ii) x2 sin2x angle between two planes -simple illustrative examples and problems iii) x/ x2 +1 Unit-V Differential Calculus 18. directrices. 19.7 Explain the procedure of differentiating hyperbolic and implicit functions with x n − a n Sinx Tanx a x − 1 e x − 1 1 lim .3 To find the equation of a hyperbola given its (i) focus. 19. . Explain the need of taking logarithms for differentiating some functions with illustrative examples like [f(x)] g(x). its intercept form.2nd Proof .6 Explain the method of differentiation of a function with respect to another properties of limits . 16.ex. simple examples. function and also differentiation of Parametric functions with illustrative 18.Logx .Cosx. Mention the significance of derivative in scientific 17. Explain the concept of successive differentiation –derivatives of second and higher order-examples.0 Limit and Continuity iv) log [sin (cos x)]. vertices. coordinate axes. ax.5 Define the direction cosines and direction ratios of a line. eccentricity and equation of directrix and (ii) in standard form and passing through two given ax 2 + bx + c f ( x) lim .6 State the general equation of a plane. . (ii) asymptotes. . latera recta and the length h→0 h of latus rectum given equation of a hyperbola in standard form.5 Find the derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric functions and examples using 18. x →a x + β x + x →∞ g ( x) 2 15. Find the foci.2 Find the derivatives of elementary functions like xn. define mentioned.Cosecx and Cotx using the first principles and also find the derivatives of simple functions from the first principle . 19.centere.3 To find the equation of an ellipse (i) given focus.0 Methods of differentiation 16. latera recta for an ellipse 1 in standard form and their length and prove that sum of focal distances and also lim 1 + (All without proofs) with illustrative x →∞ x D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .9.2 Explain the distance between two points with problems. first principle 16.2 Mention the properties of hyperbola with examples. x →a x−a x x x x 19. foci. axes. 19. 17. 17.1 Explain the concept of limit and meaning of lim f ( x) = l and State the the Trigonometric transformations. explain different forms. . 19. examples applying the above and also evaluate the limits of the type 15. rectangular and conjugate hyperbola. angle between two with illustrative examples such as lines with Illustrative examples. x →a 19. 17.1 Explain the three dimensional coordinate system. the derivative of a function. 18.1 Derive the standard equation of hyperbola. 19. 17.3 Explain the ratio formula with examples. x 15.8.0 Three Dimensional Geometry and engineering applications.4 To find the centre. Tanx.4 Explain the method of differentiation of a function of a function (Chain rule) 17. axes.1 State the concept of derivative of a function y = f(x) –definition. 17. vertices. Difference Scalar multiplication.3 Explain the concept of continuity of a function at a point and in an interval. f ( x + h) − f ( x ) as lim and also provide standard notations to denote 16. directrices.4 Applications of ellipse to practical problems-simple cases.3 State the rules of differentiation of Sum.

2nd Proof . Matrix inversion 21. Laplace’s expansion-singular and non singular matrices-Adjoint and 20. cofactor of an element-Determinant of a square matrix- point on the curve y=f(x) – Provide formulae and examples. skew symmetric 20.. algebra of matrices-Transpose of a matrix-Symmetric. Bridging of fundamentals in mathematics: related identities with problems.11 Explain the definition of Homogenous function of degree n and Statement of Euler’s Theorem for Homogeneous functions with applications to simple Exponential. (x+a)(x2+b)2 Provide simple examples with functions of one variable. UNIT –III COURSE CONTENT Trigonometry UNIT – I 4 Compound angles-Formulas of Sin(A±B). Derivatives to find Errors and Approximations iii) ----------------------- 23. Variation-examples- 36 37 . f(x) 23. tan(A±B). 21.0. Matrices: 20.2 Explain the procedure to find the extreme values (maxima or minima) of a ii) -------------------------- function of single variable-simple problems yielding maxima and minima. normal.3 Solve problems on maxima and minima in applications like finding areas.Elementary theory of equations- Unit-VI Applications of the Derivative examples-Surds.1 Use the definition of derivative to find the approximate values of a function of single variable and to find the errors in dependent or independent variables (x2+a)(x+b) as the case may be-appropriate applications. 20.0 Geometrical Applications of Derivatives examples-Basic concepts of coordinate geometry. cos(A±B). partial derivatives and Literal values-examples.1 State the geometrical meaning of the derivative as the slope of the tangent UNIT-II to the curve y=f(x) at any point on the curve. 19. areas vary with respect time. examples-Rational functions-examples.4 Explain the concept of angle between two curves and procedure for finding multiplicative inverse of a square matrix. To find the tangent and normal to the curve y=f(x) at any point on the curve Matrices of 3rd order: Definition of a matrix-types of matrices-examples- using the slope found using the derivative. f(x) 22.0 Derivatives to find extreme values i) -------------------------- 22. Define the lengths of tangent. 3.3. equations in 3 variables-Solutions by Cramers’s rule. hyperbolic functions and their series— problems. Explain the (x+a)(x+b)(x+c) conditions to find points where the given function is increasing or decreasing with illustrative examples.illustrative examples.0 Physical Applications of Derivatives method-examples-Elementary row and column operations on matrices and determinants-Gauss-Jordan method to solve a system of equations.2.10 Explain the concept of functions of several variables.19 19. Bracket operations-examples-Ratio and Proportion. Elementary combinatorial concepts -examples -Binomial expansion- examples -Vulgar fractions – examples. (x+a)2(x+b)(x+c) 22. sub-tangent and sub normal at any matrices-Minor.Homogenous expressions- examples-Symmetrical expressions-examples-Functional notation- D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .2 Explain the derivative as a rate measurer in the problems where the quantities like volumes. and 1. Partial Fractions : Procedure for resolving rational functions of the types mentioned below into partial fractions.1 Explain the derivative as a rate of change in distance-time relations to find the velocity and acceleration of a moving particle with examples. volumes etc.examples-Logarithms-examples-Trigonometric ratios- 20.examples. 2. f(x) 22.cot(A±B).2 Provide formulae for relative error and percentage error in evaluating the iv) ----------------------- dependent variable given the corresponding errors in independent variable. 21. logarithmic.1 Define the concept of increasing and decreasing functions.examples-System of linear the angle between two given curves with illustrative examples.Literal coefficients-examples-Identities- difference between the ordinary and partial derivatives with simple illustrative examples with forward and backward applications-Polynomials- examples. f(x) 23.

17 Three dimensional geometry: Coordinate system-distance between two points-ratio formula-direction cosines and ratios of a line. solution of trigonometric equations : sin x =k . distance between parallel REFERENCE BOOKS: lines-examples.Scalar multiplication of functions.Srinagesh. srinivasulu. cos x= k. UNIT-IV 23 Applications of derivative in finding errors and approximations of functions Coordinate geometry and simple problems.Definition.properties of hyperbola.I By J.Quotient.relation between sides and angles of a 20 Geometrical meaning of the derivative. acceleration. principal value and general Euler’s Theorem-simple problems. pole 2) Text book of Engineering Mathematics –I by Dr. simple applications- 6) Text book of Engineering Mathematics –I by Radiant publishers. vertex. 1) Text book of Engineering Mathematics –I by G.various forms of straight lines – angle between lines. The lengths of Tangent. tan x =k.different notations- 2A. M.problems.Simple Examples only. Logarthmic Differentiation –problems in properties.3A and submultiple angle A/2 .Simple Problems-Continuity of a function at a point. Arithmetic operations on complex numbers. derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric functions. directrix and eccentricity-finding the equation of 3) A Text book of intermediate Mathematics –I & II by Telugu Academy. – Solutions UNIT-VI of simple quadratic equations. change of axes. vertices.Standard forms. Derivative 7 Inverse trigonometric functions-definition. tangent rule and projection rule-area of a to a curve at any point. equations involving multiple angles and usage of transformations. UNIT-V Differential Calculus 18 Concept of Limit. each case. TECH SERIES.finding foci.Angle between the curves. Chain rule. decreasing functions. of an ellipse- properties of ellipse. 38 39 .problems. Subtangent and triangle. directrix etc.Sairam and others – UNI- and polar of a circle.L Loney 16 Hyperbola.circle equation with FALCON publishers given diameter-general equation-finding center. 13 Definition of a conic. problems leading to applications of maxima and minima.finding foci. 5 Multiple and sub multiple angles-trigonometric ratios of multiple angles 19 Concept of Derivative. Amplitue (polar) form .solving a triangle. directrix and eccentricity 4) Differential Calculus by ManicavachagomPillai 14 Parabola.problems.Standard forms.sine rule. of a parabola- 5) Elementary Algebra by Hall & Knight.examples-. perpendicular distance from a point. Sai ram & Dr. 15 Ellipse.focus.Partial differentiation. vertices. radius-tangent.DeMoivre’s Theorem and its applications in complex numbers. Subnormal to the curve at any point . a conic given focus. Exponential form(Euler) form of a complex number.simple application problems. 11 Concepts of locus.equations of Tangent and normal triangle. derivative as a of a complex number. 10 Complex Numbers : Definition of a complex number. directrices etc. normal. Applications of the Derivative: 9 Properties and solutions of triangles. Implicit functions.angle between two lines-centroid of a triangle and tetrahedron-simple equation of a plane-general form-angle between planes. of a 8) Engineering Mathematics .Successive differentiation. Derivative of a function with D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Vijaya Saradhi hyperbola. rate Measure –Problems. and others – 12 Circle-definition-Circle equation given center and radius.I By T. Derivative of parametric equations. Modulus and conjugate 21 Physical applications of the derivative –velocity. 8 Trigonometric equations. 6 Transformations of products into sums or differences and vice versa.problems. 7) Trigonometry By S.concept of a solution. domains and ranges-basic of hyperbolic.problems.Properties of Limits and Standard Limits .J.finding focus. Derivatives of Sum.2nd Proof . Product. 22 Applications of the derivative to find the extreme values – Increasing and Problems. cosine rule.Standard forms. Modulus.simple problems 9) Engineering Mathematics .problems. Normal.20 simple problems respect to another function.Definition(first Principle). Derivatives of elementary functions. directrices etc.problems. finding the maxima and minima of simple functions - Simple problems.

15 Solve problems 2.16 Define Cross products of two vectors with examples (Torque. Work. Units and Dimensions 08 03 1 . Elements of Vectors 10 13 1 1 2. j. Gravitational 11.0 ELEMENTS OF VECTORS Subject Title : Engineering Physics 2. Friction 08 03 1 . time of flight and Horizontal Range.No Major Topics No.11 List dimensional constants and dimensionless quantities 3. Equal Vectors.5 Define projectile motion with examples 1.2 Define Scalar and Vector quantities Total periods per year : 120 2.5 Types of Vectors (Proper Vector. time of descent.8 Explain oblique projection 1.2nd Proof .8 Resolution of vectors 5.2 Define Physical quantity.9 Resultant of the vectors by component method 6.13 Explain the applications of Dimensional Analysis with examples maximum range of a projectile in oblique projection 1.3 Derive expressions for Maximum Height.7 Represent a vector in space using unit vectors ( I.15 Mention the properties of Dot product OBJECTIVES 2. 1.21 Periods per week : 04 2. Null Vector.7 Rules of writing S.14 Define Dot product of two vectors with examples ( Work done. Co-planar Vectors and 1.11 Derive formula for resultant ( Magnitude and direction ) 8. time of ascent. Unit Vector.5 State SI units with symbols time of flight and velocity on reaching the point of projection 1.14 State the limitations of dimensional analysis 40 41 .3 Define unit 3.E ) Total: 120 110 10 8 2. k ) 4. Properties of matter 14 13 1 1 2. Sound 11 13 1 1 2.10 Derive dimensional formulae of physical quantities 3. Modern Physics 08 03 1 P.18 Solve problems 1.10 State parallelogram law of vectors and illustrations 7.4 Define fundamental units and derived units 3. 1 2. Simple Harmonic Motion 11 13 1 1 2. Position Vector).6 Explain addition and subtraction of vectors 3.6 Explain Horizontal projection 1.1 Introduction to Vectors Subject Code : MET -103 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .9 Derivation for the path of a oblique projectile 1. of Weightage Short Essay Type Periods of Marks Answer Type Negative Vector.12 State and Explain triangle law of vectors 9.12 State the principle of Homogeneity of Dimensions 3. Co-Initial Vectors. S.0 UNITS AND DIMENSIONS 2.8 State advantages of SI units 3. 1.3 Give examples for scalar and vector quantities 2. 2.9 Define Dimensions and Dimensional formulae 3.1 Introduction to units 2.4 Represent vectors graphically TIME SCHEDULE 2.4 Derivation for height of a tower when a body projected vertically upwards from the top 1. Kinematics 13 13 1 1 2. ENGINEERING PHYSICS 1. Linear velocity) 1.7 Derivation for the path of a horizontal projectile 1.6 State Multiples and submultiples in SI system 3.13 State and Explain polygon law of vectors 10 Electricity & magnetism 14 13 1 1 2. Heat & Thermodynamics 13 13 1 1 2. Like Vectors.2 Define acceleration due to gravity 1.1 Recapitulation of equations of motion in a straight line 1. 1. units 3.17 Mention the properties of Cross product.10 Derive formulae for maximum height.0 KINEMATICS quantities 3.I. 2. fundamental physical quantities and derived physical 3. Power and Energy 10 10 .

6 Derive expression for velocity horizontal surface and work done by frictional force 6.r. M 4. dimensional formula for work 7.5 Derive expression for displacement 4. rough horizontal surface 6.8 Define coefficients of friction circular motion 4.2 Examples of friction in daily life 5.11 Derive the expression for kinetic energy.9 Define phase of S H M 4.1 Define S.3 Definition of friction 6.15 Law of conservation of energy in the case of simple pendulum (theory only) 4.12 Seconds pendulum 4.5 State SI units.12 Concept of internal energy 5.4 Define power 7.0 FRICTION 5.7 Define gas constant and Universal gas constant 5. dimensional formula for energy 7.4 Explain absolute scale of temperature 5.16 Mention the methods of minimizing friction 7.4 Derive the equation for S H M as projection of particle executing uniform 4.12 Work Energy theorem 7.10 Derive expression for Time period of simple pendulum &DOWN) 6.11 Differences between r and R 5.6 State laws of static friction 6. dimensional formula for power 7.0 SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION 4.12 Explain Motion of a body on a rough inclined planes 6. with examples 7.15 List the Advantages and Disadvantages of friction 6.13 Derive expressions for acceleration of a body on a rough inclined plane (UP 6.13 Relation between Kinetic energy and momentum projection 5.11 Define Angle of repose 6.1 Define work 7.22 4. M 4.14 Calculate external work done by a gas 42 43 .10 Derivations for displacement and time taken to come to rest over a rough 6.0.6 Define energy 7. with examples 7.9 State SI unit and value of universal gas constant 5.14 Derive expressions for acceleration of a body on a smooth inclined plane pendulum. (UP &DOWN) 6. H.9 Angle of friction w.12 Solve problems body D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .1 Introduction to expansion of gases 5.t.0 HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS 4.13 Definition of external work 5.6 Derive ideal gas equation 5.10 State the gas equation in terms of density 5.5 State Charles laws 5.9 Derive the expression for Potential energy. POWER AND ENERGY 7.10 Define kinetic energy 7.2nd Proof .17 Solve problems 4.2 Explain Boyle’ s law 5.7 State laws of kinetic friction 6. WORK. H.5 Concept of Normal reaction 6.17 Solve problems 7.8 Define potential energy 7.3 Explain the concept of power 7.16 Define conventional and non conventional energy sources with examples 4.2 State SI units. 3. H.14 State the law of conservation of energy and verify in the case of freely falling 3.13 Solve problems 4.2 State the conditions of S. M 4.8 Explain why universal gas constant is same for all gases 5.1 Introduction to friction 5.11 Experiment for determination of acceleration due to gravity using simple 4.7 Derive expression for acceleration 4.7 State SI units.11 Derive formula for magnitude and direction of resultant velocity in oblique 5.8 Derive expression for Time period and frequency of S H M 4.4 Types of friction 6.3 Give examples of S.3 Experimental verification of Boyle’s law 5.

9 Explain Doppler effect 10.10 Derive formula for apparent frequency – (i) Source in Motion and observer at 10.2 Einstein‘s photoelectric equation 9.1 Introduction to Elasticity 11.15 Solve problems 8.7 Definition of Surface Tension and examples 11.16 Experimental determination of coefficient of viscosity 7.5 Explain effects of noise pollution 10.6 Explain methods of minimizing noise pollution 10.4 Working of photoelectric cell 9.11 List the applications of Optical Fiber 9.12 Moment of couple on a bar magnet placed in a uniform magnetic field rest (ii) Observer in motion and source at rest 10.7 Explain the phenomenon of beats 10.1 Introduction to sound 10.16 State laws of thermodynamics 9.7 Critical angle 9.8 Explanation to Surface Tension with reference to molecular theory 11.0 MODERN PHYSICS 8.9 Explain the principle and working of Optical Fiber 9.5 Wheatstone’s bridge 8. conductance and their units 8.10 Mention types of optical fibbers 9.10 State formula for Surface Tension based on capillarity 11.18 Derive relation Cp-Cv = R 10.12 Explain reverberation and reverberation time line 8.5 Applications of photoelectric effect 9.5 Types of strain 11.13 Examples of superconducting materials 9.3 Statement of Hooke’s law 11. their units and dimensional formulae 11.15 Explain Isothermal process and Adiabatic process 9.17 Define specific heats & molar specific heats of a gas 9.11 Experimental determination of surface tension by capillarity method 11.8 Total Internal Reflection 9.2 Definitions of Stress and strain.0 PROPERTIES OF MATTER 11.14 Effect of temperature on viscosity of liquids and gases 44 45 .2nd Proof .2 Ohm’s law and explanation 8.23 7.6 Meter bridge 8.9 Definitions of angle of contact and capillarity 11.3 State laws of photoelectric effect 9. 7.15 Applications of superconductors 9.4 Types of Stress 11.0 SOUND 10.15 State Poiseulle’s equation for coefficient of viscosity 7.17 Solve problems D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .13 Newton’s formula for Viscous force and definition of coefficient of Viscosity.11 Applications of Doppler effect 10.14 Explain echoes 11.13 Derivation for Magnetic induction field strength at a point on the axial line 8.1 Explain Photo-electric effect 9.3 Definitions of specific resistance.3 Explain noise pollution and state SI unit for noise 10.15 Solve problems 11.19 Solve problems 10. 11.10 Definition of magnetic field and magnetic lines of force 8.12 Definition of super conductor and superconductivity 9.14 Properties of Superconductors 9. definition and examples 11.1 Introduction to Electricity 8.14 Derivation for Magnetic induction field strength at a point on the equatorial 8.13 Write Sabine’s formula 10.9 Coulomb’s inverse square law of magnetism 8.2 Distinguish between musical sound and noise 10.6 Recapitulation of refraction of light and its laws 9.4 Statements of Kichoff’s laws and explanation 8.6 Types of moduli of elasticity 11.8 Introduction to magnetism 8.4 Explain causes of noise pollution 10.8 Explain the applications of beats 10.0 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM 7.7 Experimental determination of specific resistance using Meter Bridge 8.12 Concept of Viscosity.11 Magnetic induction field strength-units and dimensions 8.

Echo- 46 47 . velocity.problems Photoelectric effect –Einstein’s photoelectric equation-laws of photoelectric effect .A.Problems 8.Equations of motion for a induction field strength at a point on the equatorial l line –problems.Meter bridge.Types of friction.Problems COURSE CONTENTS 9.Effects of temperature formulae. Triangle and Polygon laws of Ohm’s law and explanation. Jagannadha Rao Expansion of Gases. freely falling body and for a body thrown up vertically. FRICTION: Total internal reflection.magnetic lines of force-Magnetic induction field strength-Movement of couple on a bar 3.Musical sound and noise. Engineering Physics J.24 Introduction – Physical quantity – Fundamental and Derived quantities – Strain.-principle and working of an optical fiber- Introduction to friction. frequency and phase in SHM. Adam temperature. acceleration.Conservation law of energy.3 and 4 Dr.Hooke’s law. 6.smooth superconductivity . ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM: Scalars and Vectors –Types of vectors.Projectiles. KINEMATICS: magnet .R.Effect of temperature.fiber optics.Beats. Gupta and conventional energy sources-Problems Sanjeev Gupta.Charles laws.Work-Energy theorem.S.B.E and Momentum relation 2. Power and Energy. formula for viscosity. Reverberation-Reverberation time-Sabine ‘s formula.Resolution of vectors .Problems 2.Angle of types of optical fibers .Specific resistance.2nd Proof ..Problems.Kirchoff’s laws.photoelectric cell –Applications of photo electric effect-critical angle – 4. HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS: M.I.magnetic Introduction. Time period.Coulomb’s inverse square law .Wheatstone’s vectors– Dot and Cross products of vectors-Problems bridge. ELEMENTS OF VECTORS: 10. Work. units-Advantages of SI units – Dimensions and Dimensional determination of surface tension by capillary method.Doppler effect.Two specific heats of a gas.Angle of contact and capillarity.Introduction to Viscosity.Laws of thermodynamics. 10.Definition Fundamental and Derived units.Dimensional constants and Dimensionless quantities. Intermediate Physics Volume 1 and 2 Deepthi Publications . Engineering Physics M.Examples. and Oblique projections. SOUND: Sound.Boyle’s law-Experiment of Boyle’s law. UNITS AND DIMENSIONS: Introduction to Elasticity. S. Engineering Physics S.SI units –Multiples and Sub multiples – Rules and examples.Parallelogram.concepts of repose-Angle of friction— Motion of a body over a horizontal surface. PROPERTIES OF MATTER: 1. range and resultant velocity. MODERN PHYSICS.Types of Stress and D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .Conditions of SHM. Fiber optics D.Stress and Strain.Definitions and explanation. time of flight.Advantages and limitations of Dimensional analysis.Methods of reducing noise pollution.Applications of optical fibers.Types of moduli of elasticity. WORK.Principle of and impurities.Horizontal 11.Definition and examples.Internal energy-External work done by a gas.applications inclined plane. Hill Time period of a simple pendulum.Universal gas constant- Differences between r and R.rough inclined plane.Causes.Newton’s Homogeneity. Text book of applied physics Dhanpath Roy displacement. POWER AND ENERGY: 1.Introduction to Surface Tension.Expressions for 5.Laws of friction. Raghavendra due to gravity-seconds pendulum. Singh Isothermal and adiabatic processes. SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION: 4.Experimental determination of viscosity by Poiseuille’s method. 6.Ideal gas equation.Representation of vectors.Relation between Cp and Cv.Experimental determination of acceleration 7.Nature of sound.L.Addition of vectors.magnetic field. Engineering Physics B.Molecular theory.Conventional and Non 3.Expressions for maximum height.Experimental for writing S.2.Definition.magnetic induction field strength at a point on the axial line .Problems 8. Ganagaswamy & 7. Unified Physics Volume 1.Advantages and disadvantages of friction- Methods of reducing friction – Problems REFERENCE BOOKS 5.potential energy-kinetic energy-Derivations of Potential and Kinetic energies-K.Absolute scale of 9. Intermediate Physics Volume 1 and 2 Telugu academy.Concept of acceleration due to gravity.Noise pollution – Causes & effects. Text book of Physics Volume 1 and 2 Resnick and Halliday Introduction.

Acids and Bases 10 08 1 1/2 1. Solutions 10 08 1 1/2 1.3 Define mole and understand Mole concept should be able to comprehend the following 2.2 Types of solutions OBJECTIVES: After the completion of the study of these units the student 2.11 Salient features of modern periodic Table (Periods & Groups) D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .0 Fundamentals of Chemistry 2.13 Postulates of Electronic theory of valency 1. bases and salts Atomic Structure: 2.1 Explain Arrhenius theory of Acids and Bases and its limitations 1.5 Define pH and explain Sorenson scale 1. Principles of Metallurgy 10 10 .2 Understand the concept of atomic number and mass number 3.2 Explain Bronsted – Lowry theory of acids bases and its limitations 1. ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY 1.5 Define and explain Normality 1.2nd Proof . Hund’s rule and Pauli’s exclusion principle.6 Define and explain equivalent weight using acids. of Essay Periods of Marks Questions Questions 1. Water Technology 13 13 1 1 1. of Short No.22 Difference between Oxidation Number and Valency 9. ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Periodic Table (Common Subject) 1.9 Understand electronic configuration of elements (up to element atomic number 30) 3. 1 Oxidation-Reduction: 5.21 Definition of Oxidation Number and its calculations 8. O2 and N2 using Lewis 1.5 Define and explain Aufbau principle.14 Types of Chemical bonds TIME SCHEDULE 1.15 Define ionic bond and explain ionic bond formation in NaCl and MgO S.10 State modern periodic law 1.7 Draw the shapes of s.4 Briefly explain Quantum numbers 3.16 Properties of Ionic compounds I.0 Solutions STUDIES 2. 3. Electro Chemistry 12 13 1 1 6.12 Introduction Periods per week : 04 Total periods per year : 120 1.1 Define Solution.20 Definition of Oxidation and Reduction 7.6 Numerical problems on pH (Strong Acids and Bases) 1. Corrosion 09 10 .4 Explain Ionic product of water 1. Fundamentals of 18 16 2 1 dot method. Chemistry 2.7 Define buffer solution with examples 1. Fuels 08 03 1 - II.0 Acids and bases 1. ENVIRONMENTAL 18 16 2 1 2.18 Properties of Covalent compounds 3.8 Applications of buffer solution 48 49 .3 Postulates of BOHR’S atomic theory and its limitations 3. p and d Orbitals 3.1 Fundamental particles of an atom 3. ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY 2.17 Define covalent bond and explain Covalent bond in H2. 1 1.7 Numerical problems on Mole.6 Define Orbital 3. Molarity and Normality 1.19 Explain Metallic bond 4.25 Subject Title : Engineering Chemistry & Environmental Studies Chemical bonding Subject Code : MET -104 1. of Weightage No.3 Explain Lewis theory of acids and bases and its limitations 1.8 Distinguish between Orbit and Orbital 3. Polymers 12 13 1 1 1.No Major Topic No. solute and solvent Total 120 110 10 08 2.4 Define and explain Molarity I.

5 Distinguish between thermo and thermosetting plastics 5.16 State the term Elastomer 6.5 Define chemical equivalent and electrochemical equivalent i.14 Explain the process of Vulcanization 6. Ore.7 Define an Alloy 7. Urea formaldehyde 6.Teflon 4.1 Basic concepts of polymerisation 5.6 Characteristics of plastics 5.1 Define the term fuel 50 51 .3 Understand temporary and permanent hardness and the compounds causing D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Mineral.4 Classification of plastics with examples 5.12 Explain the processing of Natural rubber from Latex 6.13 Characteristics of natural rubber 6.4 Explain Faraday’s laws of electrolysis b) condensation polymerisation of phenol and formaldehyde (Only flow chart 5.6 Purification of Metals – Electrolytic Refining 7. German silver. 0 Principles of Metallurgy 7. Nichrome 7. Levigation.6 Explain the mechanism of rusting of iron 8. 4.7 Define Galvanic cell and explain its construction 8.17 Describe the preparation and uses of the following synthetic rubbers cathodic protection (Sacrificial anode process and Impressed – voltage a) Buna-s b) Neoprene rubber process) 9.3 Define the term plastic 5.7 Explain the methods of prevention of corrosion a) protective coatings b) 8.11 State the structural formula of Natural rubber 6.2nd Proof .26 4.8 Describe the method of municipal treatment of water for drinking purpose.10 Know the term natural rubber 6.3 Definitions of Metallurgy.0 Fuels 7.6 Numerical problems based on Faraday’s laws of electrolysis 8.12 Numerical problems on emf of cell 8.11 Understand emf of a cell 8.0 Polymers 5. Advantages of Reverse Osmosis 5. without chemical equations) 5.3 Define and explain electrolysis by taking example fused NaCl 8.e.9 Explain Osmosis and Reverse Osmosis. 5. Flux and Slag hardness (with Formulae) 4.0 Corrosion 8.3 Understand the concept of electrochemical theory of corrosion 8.8 Composition and uses of following Alloys: Brass. Polystyrene 5.5 Understand rusting of iron 8.6 Explain the methods of softening of hard water: a) permutit process b) ion- Exchange process 4.1 Characteristics of Metals 7.2 Factors influencing the rate of corrosion 8.1 Sources of water 4.10 Understand electrochemical series and its significance 8.1 Define conductor Insulator. 0 Water Technology 9.7 Advantages of plastics over traditional materials 5.4 State the disadvantages of using hard water in industries 4.2 Define soft and hard water 4.7 Know the essential qualities of drinking water 4.8 Distinguish between electrolytic cell and galvanic cell 8.9 Understand the standard electrode potentials 8. Calcination.8 Disadvantages of using plastics. 5.2 Distinction between Metals and Non Metals 7.1 Define corrosion 8. Polythene 2. units of hardness (ppm) 4.2 Describe the methods of polymerisation a) addition polymerisation of Ethylene 5. Froth Floatation 7.5 Extraction of crude metal – Roasting.9 Methods of preparation and uses of the following plastics: 1.4 Methods of concentration of ore –Hand picking. Electrolyte and Non – electrolyte 8. Gangue.2 Explain Arrhenius theory of electrolytic dissociation 8. PVC 3. Smelting 7.15 Characteristics of Vulcanized rubber 6.4 Describe the formation of a) composition cells b) stress cells c) concentration cells 8.0 Electrochemistry 7.5 Define Degree of hardness.

16 Define producers. Normality. Corrosion Introduction .Understand the use of alternate energy sources disadvantages of hard water – degree of hardness (ppm) – softening methods 1.1 Define terms environment and environmental studies. salient features of Modern Periodic 9.ozone layer depletion and acid rain Nichrome 1. insulators. Flux. BOD. energy component.14 knows growing energy needs renewable and non-renewable energy Introduction –soft and hard water – causes of hardness – types of hardness – sources. differences between Oxidation Number and Valency 1. Water technology 1. 1. 9. hydrosphere.Pauli’s exclusion Principle.Concentration of Ore –Hand picking. p and d orbitals .advantages of Reverse osmosis 1. atmosphere. Molarity and Normality biotic component. Principles of Metallurgy 1.4 Classification of air pollutants.13 Understand the methods of control of water pollution 6.5 State and explain the causes of air pollution Characteristics of Metals and distinctions between Metals and Non Metals. shapes of s. and based on occurrence.Hand’s rule . Slag .factors influencing corrosion . condensation Quantum numbers .Electronic configurations of elements fuels. explain the scope and 2. cathodic protection 1. with examples – plastics – types of plastics – advantages of plastics over 52 53 . Polymers Atomic Structure: Introduction . purpose – Osmosis. Levigation.7 Explain the effects of air pollution on human beings. pollutant.6 Explain the use and over exploitation of forest resources and deforestation Metallurgy.17 Define biodiversity and threats to biodiversity 7.5 State the composition and uses of gaseous fuels: bond with examples – Properties of Ionic and Covalent compounds – Metallic a) water gas b) producer gas c) natural gas bond d) coal gas e) Bio gas f) acetylene Oxidation-Reduction: Concepts of Oxidation-Reduction. Molarity.based on origin and state of matter 4. consumers and decomposers with examples.Arrhenius theory of electrolytic dissociation – electrolysis – Faraday’s laws of electrolysis. electrolytes . 1. Acids and Bases receptor .2 Understand the terms – lithosphere.2 Classification of fuels based on physical state – solid .12 Explain the effects of water pollution on living and non living things problems on emf of a cell 1. Calcination.9 Understand the methods of control of air pollution 5. Solutions importance of environmental studies Introduction-concentration methods – Mole concept. Introduction – theories of acids and bases and limitations – Arrhenius theory- COD Bronsted –Lowry theory – Lewis acid base theory – Ionic product of water . Equivalent weights.Fundamental particles – Bohr’s theory – Introduction – polymerization – types of polymerization – addition.8 Explain the green house effect.3 Define air pollution and related numerical problems – buffer solutions –Applications. contaminant 3. pollution. plants and animals Smelting – Alloys – Composition and uses of Brass. German silver and 1. Electrochemistry 1.PH 1. 1.27 9. ore.4 Extraction and Refining of Petroleum Chemical Bonding: Introduction – types of chemical bonds – Ionic and covalent 9. 1.primary and secondary fuels Periodic Table: Modern Periodic Law. Reverse Osmosis . Numerical problems on Mole. Threshold limit value.sink. Fundamentals of Chemistry 8. stress and concentration cells– rusting of iron and its mechanism I ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY – prevention of corrosion by coating methods.2nd Proof .numerical problems – Galvanic 1. particulates.composition. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES calculations. Oxidation Number- II.15 Define an Ecosystem – permutit process – ion exchange process – numerical problems related to degree of hardness – drinking water – municipal treatment of water for drinking 1.11 Explain the causes of water pollution cell – standard electrode potential – electro chemical series –emf and numerical 1.3 Understand characteristics of good fuel Table D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .10 Define water pollution Conductors. Gangue. biosphere.Aufbau principle .electrochemical theory of corrosion COURSE CONTENTS . liquid and gaseous Orbitals. Froth floatation – Extraction of crude Metal – Roasting. dissolved oxygen.

definition and threats 6 Concentration 25 20 . Studies Dr.causes-Effects – forest resources : uses and 1 Introduction to Metallurgy 15 09 3 - 2 Ores & ore dressing 10 06 2 - over exploitation. De 1. traditional materials – Disadvantages of using plastics – preparation and uses ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF METALLURGY of the following plastics: 1. Engineering Chemistry M. b) Aluminium plants c) Copper plants 54 55 . Applied Chemistry V. 9.P. etc. deforestation. Neoprene rubber and their uses.Agarwal. 1.7 List out various unit process in extractive metallurgy.5 Know history of metallurgy.6 Classify the divisions of metallurgy and explain them.2 Define metal and state it’s properties. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES S. Muralikrishna & a) Casting Prasad b) Metal forming c) Metal joining d) Surface finishing e) Powder metallurgy. 5. 1.N. Hi-Tech. 1 – control of air pollution – Water pollution – causes – effects – control measures. 5 Sizing 15 13 1 1 producers. Environmental chemistry A. Studies Dr.Extraction and Refining of petroleum . PVC 3.2nd Proof . Urea formaldehyde – Rubber – Natural rubber – processing from latex – Subject Title : Elementary Principles of Metallurgy Vulcanization – Elastomers – Buna-s. TIME SCHEDULE II.K.1 Define material and classify them. 2 to Biodiversity.28 9.10 List out important metal extraction plants in India. 8. Intermediate Chemistry Vol 1 & 2 Vignan Publishers & 1. Engineering Chemistry O. a) Integrated Iron & steel plants. Engineering Chemistry Sharma 1.8 Definitions of important allied metallurgical processes.Subrahmanyam 1. Intermediate Chemistry Vol 1& 2 Vikram Publishers After the completion of course the student should be able to : 3.No Major Topics Periods Weightage Short Essay Introduction – environment –scope and importance of environmental studies of Marks Type Type important terms – air pollution .0 Introduction to metallurgy. Engineering Chemistry Jain and Jain 1. 1. 10 Engg.3 Classify the metals. Chemistry & Env. consumers and decomposers – Biodiversity. Teflon 4. Polystyrene 5.S. acid rain. Venkatanarayana 1. 7. Fuels Periods/week : 05 Periods/Year : 150 Definition and classification of fuels – characteristics of good fuel .P. Deepthi publishers 1. Intermediate Chemistry Vol 1& 2 Telugu Academy OBJECTIVES 2.9 State the economic importance of metallurgical Industries 1. 11 Engg.Raju. G. Subject code : Met – 105 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .S. 4 Comminution 20 13 1 1 renewable and non renewable energy sources – Concept of ecosystem.composition and uses of gaseous fuels. Hi-Tech. 7 Pyrometallurgy 20 13 1 1 8 Hydro metallurgy 15 13 1 1 9 Electro metallurgy 20 13 1 1 REFERENCE BOOKS Total 150 110 10 8 1. 4. Polytehene 2. Chemistry & Env.4 Define metallurgy and state its importance. green house effect –ozone depletion 3 Ore sampling 10 10 . 6. M.

Flash roaster & fluidised Bed Roaster. 5.2 Define the pyrometallurgy & List the Pyrometallurgy operations. examples.8 Know the types of Industrial screens..2 Define sample & sampling.0 Ore Sampling 6. 6.11 Classify smelting operations 5.6 Explain Grab.5 Explain the working principle of magnetic separator.12 Define froth flotation.5 Explain the working principle & operation of Blake & Dodge Jaw Crushers 7. Al.2 Classify the Comminution processes. 5. 6. important Metals such as Iron. Mg. 2.8 Explain the working principle of tabling. 6.10 Classify the Grinding Mills.4 Define Mesh number & Mesh Size a) Reduction Smelting – Carbothermic & Metallothermic 5. b) Matte Smelting.4 Classify the crushing operations.3 Define concentrate.4 Explain drying.7 Explain the oxidizing.5 State the Important operations of Ore Dressing 6. activator.10 Define Flux.8 Explain multiple hearth roaster.0 Concentration 2. 4. 6. Metals.3 Tell the metal content & chemical composition of the mineral of above 5.3 Define screening & Classify 7.12 State the Laws of Comminution . pipe sampling and coning & Quartering and Fractional 6.9 Define grinding & Compare crushing & grinding. U. 7.Rittinger’s .1 State the need for study of ore sampling. 5..0 Comminution 6. depressor & conditioner with suitable 4. 3. 5.9 Define smelting. 6. 6. 7. 4.2nd Proof . 7. Pb.5 List the types of hand sampling.2 Tell the mineral of commercially. Ti.4 Classify the sampling operation 6. selections.1 Define Concentration & State the objectives of Concentration 3.Kick’s and Bond’s laws.5 Explain calcination. 4. method. tailing & middling. 6. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .14 Define the frother.7 Tabulate the results of screen analysis by direct plot & cumulative plot 2.6 Explain the working principle & operation of roll crusher... Mineral. Cu.0 Sizing 7. 3. blast. 7. Th.8 Derive an equation for angle of NIP. Zn.4 Appreciate the advantages of mineral / ore dressing. 3.0 Pyro metallurgy 4. (Harz Jig only). Sn.7 Explain the sink & float technique. 7. chemical reactions.6 Define roasting & classify the roasting operation.11 Define classification & State the types of classifiers.13 Explain the flotation process.1 State the salient features of extractive metallurgy 4. 5.9 Explain the principle of jigging. 3.3 State the rules for sampling. 2. collector. Ore & Ore Dressing.. 7.10 Explain the sink & float technique 4. 3. 4. Trench.1 Define Comminution & State the objectives of Comminution 6.7 Define ‘Angle of NIP’ of roll crusher. 4. 3. 7.1 Define Native Metal.4 Classify the concentration operations. 7.29 2. Autogeneous roasting with 4.5 Know designating the Mesh numbers as Per ISI.2 State the principles of Concentration.0 Ores & ore dressing 5.7 Explain the principle of mechanical sampling. and sulphatise.3 State the principles of crushing 6. 56 57 .1 Understand the importance of sizing.11 Explain the jigging process. 2.9 State the equation for capacity of screens. 4. 4. 4.10 Know the factors effecting the capacity of screens. 3. d) Zinc & lead plants 5.6 List the gravity concentration processes.11 Explain the working principle & operation of Spherical / Conical Ball Mill.6 Explain the method of making screen analysis by Rotap sieve shaker. 5. Matte. 5.2 Know the sizing Methods. Slag. 6.

6 State the principle of electrolysis w.9 State Principle of electrolytic refining. 9.12 State the commercial applications of electroplating.screening types.K.7 Explain pressure. Introduction-principles of concentration-Definitions of concentrate.5 State the properties of leachant.r. Ore Dressing .7 Explain the electrolysis of molten salts.1 Define electro metallurgy.5 State Farday’s laws of Electrolysis. Introduction – stages of crushing. additives.0 COMMINUTION: 7.4 Define Electrolysis of refining: Drossing. 8. tabling.2nd Proof .6 List important Leaching operations 6. types of leaching methods – precipitation-Typical flow sheet of Hydro 9.Swaroop divisions of Metallurgy.Rules for sampling –classification-Hand sampling methods- 7.Drying.10 State applications of Electrolytic Refining Introduction.Ball mill – comparison of crushing & grinding. 58 59 . metal properties& classification.t.Types of pyro metallurgical operations.electrolysis :Definition & principle. principle of Mechanical sampling. Acid & heap leaching.11 State the Principle of Electro Plating aqueous solutions.Electrolytic refining: principle & applications.3 Classify Electro Metallurgical operations Roaster & fluidised be Roaster. fire reefing & Zone refining 9. secondary crushing: Roll crusher. minerals of commercially important metals.0 ORE SAMPLING: Reduction Introduction. advantages of ore dressing. Non-Ferrous extractive Metallurgy .16 Explain Zone Refining. plating: principle & application COURSE CONTENTS: BOOK RECOMMENDED 1.cathodic & anodic reactions of electrolysis –Faraday’s laws of electrolysis. 2. tailing & middling –concentration Methods-Magnetic separator. 7. Ray.0 Hydro Metallurgy of Comminution.Jain Metallurgical processes.electrolysis of molten salt & 9. classifiers. ammonical.0 SIZING: 8.2 State advantages & Limitations of Hydro Metallurgy Introduction – sizing methods.9 Understand briefly the typical flow sheet of Hydrometallurgy. S. Jigging. Elements of metallurgy .mesh size & mesh number- 8. 8. history of Metallurgy.1 Define Hydrometallurgy.3 List important stages in Hydro Metallurgy ISI Designation of mesh number-screen analysis by Rotap sieve shake – 8. Abraham and Sridhar 2.2 State advantages & Limitations of electro Metallurgy Roasting.8 Define precipitation. to Anodic & cathodic reactions Introduction – leaching.Angle of Nip of Roll crusher –grinding: Definition & classification. Flash 9. processes-sink & float technique.Electro 9.properties of leachant –suitable Materials for leaching- 9. Introduction.smelting. 9. 5.0 ORES and ORE Dressing: Definition of native metal.12 State the importance of Coke as a reducing agent in Carbothermic 3.0 CONCENTRATION: 8.0 Electro Metallurgy 7. calcination- 9. allied 3. ore & ore dressing. primary crushing: Blake type jaw crusher- 7.gravity concentrations 8.froth flotation – process & 8.Refining: Definition & purpose -Types 9.8 Explain the electrolysis of aqueous solutions.15 Define Drossing & fire refining. bacterial.0 Introduction to Metallurgy: 1. Dr.14 List important methods of Refining 4.30 7.0 PYRO METALLURGY: 9. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Gaudin Materials classification. 8.13 Define refining & State the purpose of refining. unit processes in extractive Metallurgy. 9.classification of Roasting operations Multiple hearth roaster. mineral. Laws 8.4 Define leaching & identify the materials for leaching tabulation of results-capacity of screen and effecting factors-classification of 8. metallurgy. important metal extraction plants in India 4.0 ELECTRO METALLUGY: 9. Principles of Mineral Dressing .0 HYDRO METALLURGY: 9.Types of smelting-principle of Reduction smelting & Matte smelting.

socket.S. 2. 60 61 . Make a square plate using power hawk saw. 4 Assembling of two pieces. Thread cutting of G. 5. pipe using lathe. Carpentry 3. and make a hexagonal nut from a round rod. Prepare a Dovetail joint. Prepare a centre punch and knurl its head. TIME SCHEDULE 3. 6. M. Turn the given rod to get three different diameters using lathe. Cut the threads to G. Fix the laminate sheet to the above box and cut suitable holes to mount one flush type switch.2nd Proof .I 6. 4. Handle the gas welding torch for welding Total 90 2. Fitting 1 Marking and chipping on Mild – steel flat 12 mm thick.I.S.31 Subject Code : Met – 106 Machine shop Periods/Week : 03 Periods/Year : 90 1. Prepare a half lap joint. 2 Conversion of Round to Hexagon. Prepare a 20 cm x 15cm teak wood switch board with hinges and bottom hook. 3 Marking.S. Perform spot welding operations 3. Flats of 6 mm thick. 4 Preparation of ring and hook from M. pipe. Flat 12 mm thick. Prepare a Mortise joint.I. 2 Cutting with hack saw. mark triangle and drill three holes of different diameters at the 3 Fitting 15 vertices. S. Chamfering and tapping on a M. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . remove sharp edges using 2 Forging 15 grinder. drilling. 1 Carpentry 15 5.S. 4. FORGING 1 Conversion of Round to square. WORKSHOP PRACTICE .I pipe and solid rod using hack saw. 2. Make a bolt and cut threads using lathe. Cut a G. 3 Preparation of Chisel from round rod. Handle the Electrode Holder for laying welding beads. sawing and chiselling. metal conduit and solid rod using die set 7. 5 Preparation of a hexagonal bolt and nut. Plate) 5.No Major topics Periods 4. Perform various welding joint operations. 4 Machine shop 15 Welding 5 Welding 30 1. Understand the operation of welding transformer and generator. 5. 1. Matching by filing (6 mm thick M. Practice on planning. Internal thread cutting using tap set and cleaning the threads using reamers Subject Title : Workshop Practice. cutting. Round.

7 Prepare Title block as per I.4 Make the use of lettering stencils. 6.8 Identify the departures if any made in the given dimensioned drawing with OBJECTIVES reference to SP-46-1988. 6.1 State the importance of drawing as an engineering communication medium. ENGINEERING DRAWING 2. and dimension the same correctly. Total 180 80 04 06 4.2 Explain the projections of straight lines with respect to two reference planes.3 Select the correct instruments for measuring distances on the drawing. 10 Pictorial drawing 30 10 1 11 Development of surfaces 21 10 1 4.5 Dimension a given drawing using standard notations and desired system 8 Sectional views 18 10 1 of dimensioning. Code of practice for Engineering Drawing.0 Write Free Hand Lettering and Numbers Periods Per Year : 180 3. 62 63 .2nd Proof . 5 Geometrical construction 24 10 1 4. Specifications.1 Write titles using sloping lettering and numerals as per B. Major Topics Weightage 3. Short Essay S.0 Apply Principles Of Geometric Constructions 1. 6 30 10 1 drawing.32 Periods/Week : 06 3.3 Construct a Hexagon from the given data.S. involute. Numbering 4 Dimensioning Practice 12 5 1 . 4.2 Draw tangent lines and arcs.8 Identify the steps to be taken to keep the drawing clean and tidy. 5. Questions Questions 4. Free hand lettering & 3 06 5 1 .5 Construct ellipse by concentric circles method and using a paper trammel.2 Define “Dimensioning”. VP) 2.2 State the necessity of I. 4.6 Dimension standard features applying necessary rules.3 Identify notations of Dimensioning used in dimensioned drawing.S. rectangular hyperbola involute.4 Identify the system of placement of dimensions in the given dimensioned Projection of points.5 Select and use appropriate scales for a given application. Periods type No of marks Answer 3.4 Use correct grade of pencil for different types of lines.7 Arrange dimensions in a desired method given in a drawing. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .I. lines & planes 2.0 Understand Dimensioning Practice Importance of Engineering 1 Drawing 03 .6 Identify different drawing sheet sizes as per I.2 Write titles using vertical lettering and numerals as per B. 1. 5.7 State the applications of the above constructions in Engineering practice. 2.0 Use Engineering Drawing Instruments 5. 5.3 Select suitable sizes of lettering for different layouts and applications. cycloid. On completion of the study of this subject the student should be able to 5. 2.S (Bureau of Indian standards) TIME SCHEDULE 3.0 Apply Principles of Projection of points.4 Define ellipse. Planes and solids 7 Orthographic Projection 30 15 1 1 4. cycloid and helix from 2.1 Explain the projection of a point with respect to reference planes (HP & function. Lines.S. 1. 9 Auxiliary views 06 5 1 4.1 State the need of dimensioning the drawing according to accepted 2 Drawing instruments standard. 2. and helix.I.2 Select the correct instruments and draw small and large Circles. thickness and given 6. 1. Subject Title : Engineering Drawing Subject Code : MET– 107 2.6 Construct parabola. the given data.1 Select the correct instruments and draw lines of different orientation. parabola hyperbola.3 Appreciate the linkages between Engineering drawing and other subjects 5.S. . of study in Diploma course.0 Understand the Importance of Engineering Drawing 5. . 2. 5. 4.1 Divide a given line into desired number of equal parts internally. and Standard Lay-outs.

cabinet of simple Engineering objects layout of sheet and title block. 7. fully.2nd Proof . COURSE CONTENTS 7.2 Sketch the auxiliary views of a given Engineering component to indicate of lines. tools for measuring distances and special tools like mini drafter & drafting 9. 64 65 .3 Explain the projections of perpendicular planes.1 State the need for commonly used type of pictorial drawings.2 Prepare development of simple Engineering objects using parallel line and angle projection.0 Appreciate the need of Sectional Views 1. 10. 11. Code.6 Supply the missing view when given two other views of an object.4 Sketch the minimum number of views needed to represent a given object funnel.0 Apply principles of Orthographic Projection 11. A3 sizes.S. 7. A-3 Size Drawing Sheets are to be used for all Drawing Practice information. from the given data. 10.33 7. A3. 8. revolved and removed part) for a range of Link between Engineering drawing and other subjects of study.4 Prepare Isometric projections for the given orthographic drawings.2. Layout of drawing sheets in respect of A0.4 Apply conventional practices and identify the parts. 8. which should not be 1. Classifications: Basic Tools. Need for preparing drawing as per standards – SP-46 –1988 8. A2. selection of line thickness . Exercises.3 Draw the auxiliary views of a given Engineering drawing. half.5 Identify the object.0 Understand the need for Auxiliary Views lines.S. from a number of orthographic views given.S-Role of drawing in -engineering education 8. To draw “Lay out of sheet “ – and as per SP-46-1988 to a suitable 10.6 Apply principles of hatching. machine Mentioning of names under each classification and their brief description -Scales: Recommended scales reduced & enlarged Lines: Types 9. Importance of Title Block. 10. Simple Exercises on the use of Drawing Instruments.2 Given the objects. 6. 9. radial line method.2 Prepare an Engineering Drawing of a given simple Engineering part in first 11. 900 elbow & rectangular duct. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .1 Explain the need to draw sectional views. the true shape and size of component. / B.Selection of Pencils Sheet Sizes: A0. 7.1 State the need of Auxiliary views for a given Engineering Drawing. topics. To draw geometric shapes (standard) using drawing instruments -To draw 10. draw their orthographic views.3 Prepare development of Surface of Engineering components like trays.0 Understand the importance of Engineering Drawing shown in section while drawing sectional views. simple Engineering objects.3 Draw the orthographic view of an object.0 Prepare Development Drawings 7. 10. Drawing Plate 1: (Consisting of about two exercises) 10.7 Draw simple sections (full. NOTE: 8.5 Make conventional representation of Engineering materials as per latest its importance as a graphic communication B.Care and maintenance of Drawing Sheet. Explanation of the scope and objectives of the subject of Engineering Drawing 8.3 State the need of isometric scale and isometric projection.1 Explain the principles of Orthographic projection with simple sketches.0 Prepare Pictorial Drawings scale. Sizes of the Title block and its contents . A1.3 Draw sectional view for the component in 8.S. A4. given its pictorial drawing. 2.8 Draw the component from a given set of sectional views.O and B. I. 8. Mention of I. A1.6 Identify the correct pictorial views from a set of Orthographic drawings. A5.2 Select the section plane for a given component to reveal maximum 2.I. 7.0 Engineering drawing Instruments 8. tools for curved 9.5 Prepare oblique drawing cavalier. 11. tools for drawing straight lines.I.1 State the need for preparing development drawing.S Latest Specification should invariably be followed in all the 8.

Division of a line: to divide a straight line into given number of equal parts (c) Perpendicular to one of the planes. explanations as locus of a 46-1988)-Arrangement of dimensions Chain. chamfers. using Use of lettering stencils i) Set squares. given common features listed. compass. moving point. Bolts and Nuts. tools -Placing dimensions: Aligned system and unidirectional system ( SP. dimension line extension line. internally examples in Engineering application. 5. fully dimensioned Drawing - Notations or tools of dimensioning.2nd Proof . (a) Plane perpendicular to both HP and VP Construction of tangent arcs (b) Plane perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP and Vice versa. iv) Construction of Rectangular Hyperbola when given the position of a point arrows. parallel. surface finish. lines and planes. Eccentricity of above curves – Selection of suitable size of letters and numbers and draw the given titles. rules to be observed in the use of above on the curve. springs etc. Projectiles. Drawing plate 2: (Consisting of about 5 to 6 exercises) ii)Compass – given a side to construct a Hexagon using set squares or To print the table of Types of lines as per latest ISI Standards. To print the table of “Recommended sizes of letters and numerals” – as per Conical Curves: Explanation of Ellipse. Projection of straight line. Projecting a point on three planes of projection Dimensioning. reflectors P. 4. right and obtuse angles). Projection of Regular solids in simple positions 66 67 . Guide Lines for Lettering iii) Tangent arcs of radius R.34 Recommended sizes of letters & numbers – and externally. Importance of lettering – Types of lettering ii)Tangent arc of given radius touching a circle or an arc and a given line. (d) inclined to one plane and parallel to other planes. description -Location of features. (a) Parallel to one or both the planes. and Drawing Plate: 4 (Consisting of about 12 to 15 exercises) dimension of narrow spaces. Construction of Ellipse using.0 Projection of points. Dimensioning a given drawing using the above tools. of a Hyperbolic process. Advantages of single stroke or simple style of lettering – Hexagon: Inscribing a Hexagon in a circle of given dia and circumscribing a given circle. as sections Standards. Diagram phrases using both vertical and sloping styles. number and notes. screw and dimensioning by co-ordinate methods-The rules for dimensioning threads.V. Parabola. method. touching two given circles internally D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . dimensioning. Projecting a point on two planes of projection Dimensioning practice in various methods of dimensioning stated above. Construction of tangent lines: to draw tangent lines touching circles Projection of perpendicular planes internally and externally. description of an Engineering object -Definition of Dimensioning size iii) Construction of parabola by rectangular method.I code in dimensioning –Shape ii) Paper trammel. Code of practice. Purpose of engineering Drawing. features “Circles (holes) arcs.0 Geometric Construction (b) Contained by one or both the planes. Their Engg.S. Exercises mentioned above at the rate of at least one problem on each Drawing Plate 3: (Consisting of above 12 to 15 exercises) “construction”. Cycloid and Helix. their Engineering application. Application viz. symbols. Hyperbola.0 Dimensioning practice i) Concentric circles method.0 Free hand lettering & numbering angle (acute. General Curves: Involute. 3. of a double cone and a loci of a moving point. Their construction: standard. Exercise in identifying the departures made in a given dimensioned drawing from I. tapers. angles. rules and systems of 6. Gear tooth profile. leader line.I. viz. i) To draw tangent arc of given radius to touch two lines inclined at given (c) Plane perpendicular to HP and inclined to VP and vice versa. combined progressive.S. need of I.

S.0 Development of Surfaces Standards. Objects -Explanation of an auxiliary views explanation of reference plane and auxiliary plane -Partial “First angle projection”. Drawing plate No. specifications – Conventional representation of materials as per B. state whether an auxiliary view is needed – if required of views to describe an object fully. half Construction of isometric scale. Pyramid Given the object (pictorial or orthographic view). webs. local or partial sections .0 Auxiliary views D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . . development -Procedure of drawing development. rivets.Projection of points as a means of locating the corners of the surfaces of an object – Use of miter line in drawing a third view when other two views are Drawing plate No. and sides Need for drawing auxiliary views -Explanation of the basic principles of drawing view sketching these views for a number of Engg. Drawing Plate 5: (Consisting of about 10 to 12 Number of exercises) Given the object and its auxiliary view (partial or full. cotters. and Isometric Projection) and Drawing Plate 6: (Consisting of about 6 to 8 exercises) orthographic drawing . Isometric.) Number of views obtained on the six faces of the box. Given the object (pictorial Drawing) and 3 views identifying the surface on and perspective – Use of these . keys. top views. plane on the pictorial view) Given the pictorial view of simple objects to sketch the three views in First 10.I. when given a number of objects and the orthographic circular and inclined.S.I. projection when the line is (i) parallel to the plane of projection (ii) When it is Code. Need for preparing development of surface with reference to sheet metal Drawing Plate 7: (Consists of about 8 to 10 exercises) Work -Concept of true length of a line with reference to its Orthographic Preparing conventional representation of a materials as per latest/ B.0 Sectional views Draw plate 9: (Consists of about 10 to 12 exercises) Need for drawing sectional views – what is a sectional view .Hatching – adjacent Given the Orthographic views to draw isometric Projections. between Isometric drawing (or view.shapes. inclined to one principal and parallel to the other -Development of simple Engineering common solids like Cubes. prisms.2nd Proof . 7. circular . them. Cones. and ordinary scale difference Given two views and a simple object – Draw the mission of third view. revolved and removed. Given the Orthographic views to draw cabinet Drawings. Identifying the object. .S. First angle projection. nuts. screws. sketch the same.Isometric and non-Isometric lines -Isometric drawing Given the engineering objects (Pictorial views) Drawing the three views in of common features like rectangles. Use of box and offset construction -Oblique drawings: Their use -Cavalier and cabinet drawings – Oblique drawing of common features like rectangular. 10: (Consists of about 10 exercises) 68 69 . a part in different parallel planes. angle between the views with reference to the object. Cylinders.8: (Consisting of about 8 exercises) given -Method of representing hidden lines -Selection of minimum number Given a set of objects. oblique.Isometric drawings: Iso axis. 11. 8.0 Pictorial Drawings and third angle projections.0 Orthographic Projections To identify the object when given number of objects and number of sectional Meaning of Orthographic Projection -Using a viewing Box and a model – views (Matching exercise. cutting plane – Purpose of cutting plane line – Selection of cutting plane to give maximum information (vertical and offset planes) -Meaning of Full.Neat sketches of only 9. in the front view. meaning of visual distortion in dimensions . to sketch the auxiliary Given an engineering object(s) to sketch the three views. difference between Isometric scale.. Given the Orthographic views to draw cavalier Drawings. and cutting plane line to (sketches only) -Types of Development: Parallel line and radial line draw sectional view. Conventional practices to represent sections of ribs. Brief description of different types of pictorial drawing viz. non-isometric lines.. spokes. drawings of trays funnels. – Positioning of three views in First angle projection auxiliary view.I.Location of Given the Orthographic views to draw isometric views. components (two or more) large areas. sectional view.35 3 views for describing object -Concept of front view. shafts. thin sections etc. as per B.Need for an isometric scale. surfaces -Selection of the face of the object to be included views (matching exercises). Given the object to select the correct cutting plane line and then to draw the 900 elbow pipes and rectangular ducts. bolts.

Velocity of sound in air (Resonance method) 3 – M. of Periods 3 “A First Year Engineering Drawing” – A. Parallelogram law of forces and Triangle law of forces (verification) 3 Standards.R. Focal length and focal power of convex lens 7. Boyle’s law verification 3 11. Meter bridge 3 12.Bhatt.Mouli – V.S..36 ( Truncated) Subject title : Physics Laboratory Development drawings of a tray: funnel 900 elbow and rectangular duct. VERNIER CALIPERS . Screw gauge 3 5 SP-46-1998 – Bureau of Indian 3. & S. Gupta. 2. Mapping of magnetic lines of force 3 Revision 6 Test 3 ————- Total 45 ————— SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF PHYSICS LABORATORY 1. Coefficient of viscosity by capillary method 3 10. Surface tension of liquid using traveling microscope 3 9. Madras. 6. Development drawings by “ Parallel – line” method such as prisms and PHYSICS LABORATORY Cylinders (Truncated). Parkinson (Metric Edition).M on “ Technical Drawing” prepared by T.2nd Proof .C. List of Experiments No.T.Rama Rao 5. Subject code : MET -108 Periods / week : 03 REFERENCE BOOKS Total periods / Year : 45 1 First Year Engineering Drawing – B. Refractive index of solid using traveling microscope 3 8.C. 2 Engineering Drawing N.D. Vernier calipers 3 4 T. SCREW GAUGE – To determine the thickness of a glass plate and area of cross section of a wire 70 71 .To determine the volumes of a cylinder and a sphere 2. Venkateswarlu. 1.I. Manchu (separate and combination) 3 7. 4.M.T.R. Engineering Drawing S.S. Simple pendulum 3 6 Introduction to Engineering Drawing R. (Common to All Courses) Development drawing by “Radial – line “ method such as cones and pyramids D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .

Subject Code : MET . KMnO4 solution 10. 1. Preparation of Standard Na2CO3 solution water using traveling microscope (Capillary method. 6.O) in water sample DEMONSTRATION EXPERIMENTS 11. Estimation of NaOH using Std. High volume air sampler 15. Determination of pH using pH meter 12. Determination of acidity of water sample 11. SIMPLE PENDULUM – To determine the value of acceleration due to gravity D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . SURFACE TENSION OF A LIQUID – To determine the surface tension of 2. Estimation of Dissolved Oxygen (D. VISCOSITY OF A LIQUID – To determine viscosity of water by using capillary 4. Estimation of total solids present in water sample Revision 72 73 . PARALLELOGRAM LAW AND TRIANGLE LAW VERIFICATION – To verify CHEMISTRY LABORATORY laws and determination of unknown weight of an object (COMMON TO ALL COURSES) 4. VELOCITY OF SOUND IN AIR – To determine velocity of sound in air at room temperature and to calculate its value at 00 C using two tuning forks. Determination of total hardness of water using Std. Determination of conductivity of water 13. Estimation of Chlorides present in water sample 10. Introduction to volumetric analysis 8. Subject Title : Chemistry Laboratory 5. REFRACTIVE INDEX OF A SOLID – To determine the refractive index of material of a glass slab using traveling microscope. Determination of turbidity of water 14.109 6.37 using law of length and to draw l-T and l. List of Experiments 7. Na2CO3 solution 9. Estimation of HCl solution using Std. 3. MAPPING OF MAGNETIC LINES OF FORCE – To locate the positions of 8. BOYLE’S LAW VERIFICATION – To experimentally verify Boyle’s law employing a Quill tube. METER BRIDGE – To find specific resistance of the material of a wire 7.2nd Proof .T2 curves. HCl solution method 5.) 3. EDTA solution neutral points using N-S and N-N method with the help of magnetic compass 9. Determination of alkalinity of water sample 12. Estimation of Mohr’s Salt using Std. FOCAL LENGTH AND FOCAL POWER OF CONVEX LENSES – To find No of periods : 03 focal length and focal power of a single convex lens and combination of Total periods : 45 convex lenses respectively using U-V method and draw U-V and 1/U – 1/V curves for single convex lens experiment only.

Create a formatted word document using MS-Word Subject Title : Information Technology Lab 4. To another e-Mail ID as attachment. Create a soft copy of a simple database using Excel. creating folders. COURSE CONTENT: 1. copying and shifting data. Create a soft copy of the given statistical data using MS-Excel SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 9. Create an user account on the Internet and e-mail and sending a document • Know how to open an application program to froma given e-mail address. Print the Word document using page setup and Print facilities Periods/Week : 04 6. Familiarise with basic MS-WINDOWS facilities like opening programs. Create a backup CD for a data using NERO or similar CD writing software • Identify the various peripherals 14. Run sort and filter • Differentiate between hardware and software facilities for the database • State the functions of each component of a computer a system 12. Create mailing letters for a given information using MS-Word 8. 3. Generate Appropriate Chart for the statistical data using MS-Excel On completion of this subject the student would be able to 10.. Generate the soft copy of a worksheet using formula facility of MS-Excel • Identify the various components of a Computer system 11. Study of a computer system 2. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAB searching. etc. • Create a document using MS-word and save it • Create a table using MS-Word and save it • Create mailing letters using mail merge tool of MS-word • Open MS-Excel and identify the components on the screen • Create a Worksheet in MS-Excel and save it • Generate a Chart using the data in Excel-worksheet • Automate calculations in a worksheet using formula • Sort and filter data in a worksheet • Create a simple Power point presentation for a small topic • Backup required files and folders to a CD-ROM • Introduction to the internet technology and imparting training to use searching of required sites and using e-Mails etc. Create a power point presentation for a simple technical topic using MS- PowerPoint • State the configuration of a computer system 13.2nd Proof . Create a soft copy of a given table using MS-Word Periods per Semester : 120 7. 74 75 .38 Subject Code : MET -110 5. • Know how to create a folder in a specified location 15. Using different search engines finding required sites to collect information • Open MS-word and Identify the components on the screen on engineering related topics including down loading the contents. Familiarise with spell checker facility of MS-Word D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .

2nd Proof .Kicks law 4. Perform the Sieve analysis of the given material by using Rotap sieve shaker and Plot the fallowing graphs a) size in microns vs. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Determine the energy consumption as a function of size reduction by using Jaw crusher and verify the energy consumption & size reduction relationship with Crushing laws . Determination of energy consumption as a function of size reduction buy using roll crusher verify the energy consumption & size reduction relationship with Crushing laws . Retained by individual size grade by using ASTM/BS/BIS sieves. MINERAL DRESSING LABORATORY Subject Title : Mineral Dressing Laboratory. Determination of energy consumption as a function of size reduction buy using roll crusher verify the energy consumption & size reduction 5.Rittinger’s law Determination of energy consumption as a function of size reduction buy III Semester using roll crusher and Calculate the angle of NIP of roll crusher. Study the flotation characteristics of a sulphide ore using a Froth Flotation cell. b) Size in micros vs. a) Variation of size reduction as a function of critical speed & Time b) Variation of energy consumption as a function of size reduction.Rittinger’s law 3.. 6. 7. 8. percentage Wt. Study the effect of the following variables on grinding in a Ball Mill a) Variation of size reduction as a function of critical speed & Time b) Variation of energy consumption as a function of size reduction. Study the effect of following variables on grinding in a Rod Mill. 10. Concentrate the given Mineral by using the mineral Jig a) Through the screen b) above the screen. Determine the energy consumption as a function of size reduction by using Jaw crusher and verify the energy consumption & size reduction relationship with Crushing laws .39 Subject Code : Met -111 Periods / Week : 03 Periods / Year : 90 List of Experiments 1. cumulative weight percentage coarse & finer 9.Kicks law 2. 76 77 . relationship with Crushing laws.

Expressing Likes and Dislikes 11. Seeking and Giving Permission 24. of Technical Education and Training.40 Periods/Week : 03 • Use English effectively outside the classroom Periods per semester : 45 Introduction Course Material The English Syllabus is geared to suit the needs of the students who would join the A textbook titled ‘Enhancing English and Employability Skills II’ published by the State Board industrial work force. 2 & 3 35. Expressing Feelings 3 3 1 10.English Language for Employability 2 . of Weigh Short Essay periods tage Answer Questions of Question marks s 1. Writing Skills 6 Skill acquired Reading Comprehension across the 10 1 Semester 45 110 10 8 78 74 79 75 . Talking about the Past 37. Talking about Possessions 1. 29. Extending and Accepting Invitations 27. Andhra Pradesh. Asking about Possessions 8 13 1 1 36. Talking about Routines 1 & 2 8 13 1 1 4. Asking about Routines 1 & 2 6. Hyderabad.2nd Proof .12.5.Making Notes 1 & 2 3 20 2 17.II Subject Code : MET-301 • Write and speak in English fluently D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Offering Suggestions 26 . Making Comparisons 1 & 2 30. Writing Skills 4 28. Taking Notes 1 & 2 2 9. Writing Skills 5 32-34.Writing Skills 3 23.Telephoning Skills 4 3 1 21 Making Requests 22. ENGLISH-II OBJECTIVES On completion of the course the student will be able to Subject Title : English. 8. Talking about Food 4 13 1 1 14. TIME SCHEDULE Major Topics No. Summarising 18 -20. Writing Skills 2 15.3. Questioning 1 & 2 13. Talking about Quantity 5 13 1 1 31. Making Complaints 8 22 4 1 25. Writing Skills 1 7. 16.

14. Evaluate integrals using integration by parts with examples.13. V= t + 3 find the displacement “S” at time 80 81 . Major Topics Periods Weightage Short Essay 1. State the indefinite integral of standard functions and properties of 1. v are functions of x.6. 2 Unit-II 1. cot x. Explain various methods of integration with examples.7 Integrate simple functions of the following type by substitution. 2.vdx . Evaluate Integrals of powers of tan x and sec x. Identify a definite integral as a limit of sum by considering an area. Find the equation of the curve passing through integral over an interval. dx 1.4.41 1.3. Integrals with examples. State the Bernoulli’s rule for evaluating the integrals of the 1. 1) and whose slope at any point 2. Explain finding the Integrals of tan x. Evaluate arbitrary constant and determine particular integrals in 2. x 2 + a 2 . where c is arbitrary constant.0 Understand the concept of Indefinite integral: 1. 1.5.2nd Proof .11. Definite Integrals and 14 26 2 2 1. etc. Evaluate the Integrals of the type 1. Integrate simple functions by decomposition of the integrand Subject title : Engineering Mathematics -II D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .10. . Integrate simple functions using the rule for ∫ (u + v) dx and ∫ku form ∫ u. y) is 2x2 + 1/ x . d ( f ( x) ) = F ( x) ⇒ ∫ F ( x)dx = f ( x) + c .0 Definite Integrals and its applications problems of the following type: 2. (1. 2 Total 60 110 10 8 a + x a − x x − a2 2 2 2 Objectives: 1 1 1 ii ) .1 Understand the concept of definite integrals and define the definite i). ½ 4 Unit-III Differential 1 Equations 25 44 3 3 1 1 1 2 i) . Periods / Semester : 60 ii) ∫[f(x)]n f ′(x) dx iii) ∫f ′(x)/[f(x)] dx TIME SCHEDULE iv) ∫f {g(x)} g ′(x) dx S.8. (x . 1 Unit –I Integration 18 35 2 1.No. On completion of the study of the subject the student should be able to comprehend the following a2 + x2 a2 − x2 x2 − a2 Unit-I iii ) x 2 − a 2 . Subject code : MET .302 Periods per week : 04 i) ∫f(ax + b) dx where f(x) dx is in standard form. dx where k is constant and u. sec x and cosec x of Marks Type Type using the above.3 Evaluate some problems on definite integrals using the above ii) If the velocity at time ‘t’ is given by properties. Evaluate the integrals of the form ∫ex [f(x) + f ′(x)] dx.4. dθ where m and Methods of Integration 5 n are positive integers. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – II t = k given that S = 0 when t = 0. ( Common to AEI/C/M/EE/EC/MIN/PKG) 1. Unit-II 1.2 State various properties of definite integrals. 2. 2 .9.1 Explain that 1 1 1 ∫ a ± bSinθ dθ .12 Evaluate the Standard Integrals of the functions of the type 03 05 .2. Applications 3 Numerical Integration 1. Evaluate the integrals of the form ∫Sinmθ Cosn θ. a 2 − x 2 Methods of Integration: 1. ∫ a ± b cosθ dθ and ∫ a cosθ ± b sin θ ± cdθ .

Integrals of: 7 Text book of Engineering Mathematics –II by T. cosn θ. 2. Sai Ram & M. Bernoullis equation. 0 Numerical Integration curves – Area enclosed between two curves.42 2. Volumes of solids of 3. 1.Srinagesh. differential equation of the form dy/dx + Py = Q. Srinivasulu 1 1 1 i) . x 2 + a 2 . Simpson’s 1/3 rule for approximation revolution.1. first degree. Definite Integral and its applications: 2.solutions 4. Numerical Integration: 4. Integration by parts including Bernoulli’s rule. eax .5.Sairam and others – UNI-TECH SERIES.2 Solution of second order differential equation of the type f(D)y=0 1 Text book of Engineering Mathematics –II 4. 2.8. a given interval. Methods of Integration. Bernoulli’s Equation (Reducible to linear form. cot x. algebric 5 Text book of Engineering Mathematics –II functions-Integration by substitution or change of variable. Simpson’s 1/3 rule for approximation of Integrals. definite integrals.formation of differential equations-solution of differential equation of the i. eax . 6 Text book of Engineering Mathematics –II Integrals of tan x. variable-separable. and non homogeneous and finding the Particular Integrals for the functions k.Sinax. Obtain the mean value. Cosax.0 Differential Equations Trapezoidal rule. Definition of a Differential equation – order. a 2 − x 2 82 83 . cosec x and powers of tan x. COURSE CONTENTS 3 A Text book of intermediate Mathematics –I & II Unit-I by Telugu Academy. sec x by by J. and others – FALCON publishers f(D) y = X where f(D) is a polynomial of nth order and X is a function of the form k.J. where m and n are positive integers. where P and Q are functions of x or constants.3 Solution of nth order differential equation of the type by G. Integra- tion by decomposition of the integrand into simple rational. Find the areas under plane curves and area enclosed between two curves using integration. Integrals by Radiant publishers. mean square value and root mean square Definite integral – Properties of definite integrals.1 Explain the Trapezoidal rule. Exact Differential Equations order linear differential equation with constant coefficients both homogeneous iv. State the fundamental theorem of integral calculus. 4.6. Differential Equations: of ordinary differential equations of the first order and first degree of Definition of a differential equation-order and degree of a differential equa- the type: tion. degree and solution of a Unit -III differential equation – formation of differential equations . Area under plane 3.) REFERENCE BOOKS: 4. Sinax. sec x.2nd Proof . exact. nth iii. Vijaya Saradhi substitution.Cosax . 2 a + x a − x x − a2 2 2 2 1 1 1 ii ) . 2 . 4 Integral Calculus 1. v. mean aquare value and RMS value of a function in of Integrals and provide some examples.7 Obtain the volumes of solids of revolution. xn . . Mean value. Integration regarded as reverse of differentiation – Indefinite integral by Manicavachagom Pillai and constant of integration – standard forms. Variables Separable. xn. Unit –III 3. of the form sinmθ. 2 Text book of Engineering Mathematics –II by Dr. a +x 2 2 a −x 2 2 x − a2 2 iii ) x 2 − a 2 . evaluation of simple value of the functions in any given interval. type first order. homogeneous. Unit-II D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . 2. linear ii Homogeneous Equations. Linear differential equation of the form dy/dx + Py = Q. Definite integral as the limit of a sum.

Combustion of fuels 10 13 1 1 3. combustion of Fuels: OBJECTIVES 4. 84 85 . 5. 1.7 Merits and Demerits of solid. Ignition temperature. conventional energy Total 75 110 10 8 4.43 Water gas.1 List out the types of solid fuel firing. 1.No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay Type 2. liquid and gaseous fuels. Bulk density.5 State the phase transformations in Silica/Quartz.3 Convert the volume basis to weight basis and vice versa.1 Define gasification Subject Title : Fuels.5 Distinguish between proximate and ultimate analysis of coal. 6. 6.9 Distinguish between Low temp and High temp carbonisation.2 Calculate the composition of products of combustion. 1.4 State the properties and applications of Silica Refractories.T and H.3 Classify the refractory materials. combustion of fuels. Manufacture of refractory bricks: 1. 5 6 2 . 1..2 Classify the fuels – based on occurrence and state.L. 6. 8. FUELS.4 State the various types of solid. 5. permeability.T. 1 3.6 Distinguish between Water gas and Carburetted water gas. Important industrial Fuels 10 16 2 1 3. 4.7 Explain the causes of the refractory failures and their remedies. Refractories 7. conduction and radiation 3. 1. TIME SCHEDULE 2. 9. coking .L.6 Classify the coals – I S I and Seylors 5. carburetted water gas.E.1 Define the term refractory. 5. 6. Pyrometry 8 13 1 1 3. P.C.10 State the characteristics of metallurgical coke.5 Name the types of Gas burners.2 State the need of refractories. Subject Code : Met – 303 2. Important Industrial Fuels 4.8 Name the methods of pulverisation.4 Name the types of liquid fuel burners.2 State the purpose of gasification. Periods of Marks Type 2.7 State the composition and uses of B. 1.9 List out the advantages and limitations of Pulverised fuels. 1.3 Explain the manufacturing processes of producer gas. retort and by product processes. Calorific value – Net and gross. Gasification of solid fuels: 6. 5.1 Define the terms Fuel. Firing of Fuels & Pulverisation: 3. 4. 2.1 Explain the manufacturing of Alumino–Silicate Refractories – Fire clay. Refractories: 1.5 Explain the properties of refractory materials.5 Distinguish between Producer gas and Water gas. 6. 1.8 State the carbonisation processes . Manufacture of 8 13 1 1 3. On the completion of the course the student will be able to understand 4. flash and fire points. Refractories & Pyrometry 2. applications with chemical compositions.2 Appreciate the advantages and limitations of mechanical and hand firing. Heat transfer by 8 13 1 1 3. cold crushing strength.7 State the necessity of pulverisation.U.6 Explain the tests on Refractories – Porosity. Firing of fuels & 8 10 .4 State the composition and uses of each gaseous fuel. 1.3 Explain the manufacturing process of SiO2 refractory. Periods per Semester : 75 2.10 State the industrial applications of pulverised fuels.11 Explain the manufacturing processes of metallurgical coke by beehive. R. 5. 5.2 State the properties and applications of Fire clay Refractories.F/c gas and Coke oven gas. Refractories 8 13 1 1 3. 5. Periods/Week : 05 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . 2.4 Calculate the calorific value of a fuel by Dulong’s formula.6 Define pulverisation. liquid and gaseous fuels and their 5.3 State the origin of fuels.2nd Proof . S. Pulverization 3. Introduction to non. REFRACTORIES & PYROMETRY 2.12 List out various by-products of coke oven & State their uses 6. 1. Gasification of solid fuels 10 13 1 1 3. 1.1 Calculate the theoretical & actual air required for combustion.3 State the purpose of atomisation. 1. carbonisation.4 List out the properties of refractory materials. 3.

3 State different types of pyrometers.Analysis of coal. Secondary fuels. composition and uses.Kehl. radiation pyrometer. by Chasti. Heat transfer by conduction & radiation: gas.1 state different modes of heat transfer. Fuels and combustion .5 Explain the working principle of single biogas generator. COURSE CONTENTS: 3. 7. radiation.4 Explain the working principle of thermocouple.0 Important Industrial Fuels: 4. 2. biogas plant.2 List the non-conventional energy resources. 7.9 Describe the manufacturing process of Carbon Bricks. 8. comparative study. calculation of rate of heat transfer in single wall composite wall of metallurgical system. 7. applications.P. characteristics. 7.0 Pyrometry: 9. Reflectivity. 8. Calculation of calorific value of fuel by Dulong’s formula.0 Heat transfer by conduction & radiation: 8. Emissivity. 9. 9.limitations and applications. 1. Pyrometry: 5. Liquid 6. advantages and disadvantages. Concept. testing of properties. Definition of Fuel.0 Refractories: 8. By-product gaseous fuels – B.0 Combustion of Fuels: 7.6 State the Principle of resistance pyrometers. H. liquid fuels – atomisation – 7. necessity. 8.6 State the Stefan – boltzman law of radiation and its equation. by G. Non – conventional energy resources: Definition. solar energy. silica.Boltzaman Law. Beehive. in India. properties. carbonisation –L. causes 8.2 Define conduction and thermal conductivity.1 state the necessity of Non conventional Energy Resources.6 Explain the manufacturing process of magnesite refractories Solid fuels: . Classification of fuels: . magnesite. 86 87 .0 Non – Conventional energy resources: 9. 6.primary fuels.3 State the Fourier’s law of heat conduction. Definition. 7.5 State the advantages. thermocouples.8 State Planck and Wien’s law of distribution of radiant energy.5 Define radiation. metallurgical Systems. gaseous fuels – burners. 9. Classification of coals.7 Define black body. 8. and carbon bricks with flow 8.3 Appreciate the applications of various non-conventional energy resources Introduction. 1. Refractories . 8. Manufacturing of fire clay.8 Describe the working principle of Optical pyrometers. manufacture of producer gas.44 6. Ignition temperature.O gas. composition and their uses. 8. purpose.7 State the properties and applications of magnesite Refractories. 7.0 Manufacture of refractory bricks: 8. purpose and method.limitations and applications. Calculation of theoretical air & Actual air. Metallography laboratory practice . Fourier’s Law. Absorbsity. Emissivity. 8. Retort. Gaseous fuels. Fuels. Pulverisation – necessity. carbonated water 7. by Sameer sarkar.2 State the need of Pyrometers. by-product oven. Absorbivity. Necessity. coking. windmill. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . carbonisation. conductivity. sheets. Conversions of volumetric basis to weight basis & vice verse. Properties and uses.10 Compare Optical and Radiation Pyrometers. 2. definition of conduction. calorific value (Net & Gross) combustion.0 Firing of Fuels & Pulverisation: 7. important resources.9 Explain the working of Radiation pyrometers. of refractory failures and their remedies. 4. 9. Plank’s and Wien’s laws. Calculation of composition of production of combustion. Fuels. REFERENCE BOOKS 9.6 Explain the working principle of windmill.7 State the advantages.by O. Methods of firing solid fuel – hand mechanical. flash & fire points. Stefan. purpose.1 Define pyrometer. Gupta 9.4 Explain the working principle of solar water heaters and lanterns.T. C. Black body. 6.2nd Proof .8 Name the neutral Refractories. 3.T. types of pyrometers. classification. reflectivity. optical pyrometer. 6. gas. Furnaces and Refractories . modes. water gas.L.4 Calculate the rate of Heat transfer in single and composite wall of method.F.0 Gasification of solid fuels: 6. Definition.10 State the properties and applications of Carbon bricks. resistance pyrometer.

11 State the conditions for equilibrium in terms of change in free energy. 1. (S.4 Explain concept of enthalpy or heat content. 1.2 Define heat of reaction at constant pressure and constant volume.1 State the Second law of thermodynamics.5 Distinguish between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous sys tems. surrounding & boundary with examples.5 thermodynamics 2. 4. thermodynamics 2.0 Thermo Chemistry 7. 2. equations from the above mentioned objectives. 1. 4. 4. state and path properties with 4.2 Define ideal gas and derive the ideal gas equation PV=nRT.5 Define heat of combustion.8 State third law of thermodynamics. Phase Equilibria 9 13 1 1 3. system. 1.5 2. On the completion of the course the student will be able to understand 3.10 Derive the free energy relationships. Introduction and 8 13 1 1 applications of 2. Thermodynamics.2 Explain energy content and energy changes. extensive properties.10 Explain isothermal. equation for work of expansion.6 State the conditions for equilibrium in terms of change in Entropy 1. closed system. 1.1 State First law of thermodynamics.12 Explain the terms heat and work with units. Periods per Semester : 75 2.6 State the thermo-chemical laws 1. Subject Code : Met – 304 2.8 State heat capacity – temperature relationships..2 Define spontaneous and irreversible process. 88 89 . Fundamentals of 4 10 1 - Reaction Kinetics.4 Define heat of formation OBJECTIVES 3. Kirchoff’s equation. 6. S. First law of 12 18 1 1.11 Define reversible and irreversible processes and state differ ences 4. of ∆H from ∆E.8 Solve a range of problems using the above derivations and 1.10 Derive the fallowing relations in reversible adiabatic process. 8. open system and adia batic 4.4 Define system. adiabatic. 1. Second law of 12 18 1 1. 2.2nd Proof . 10 13 1 1 b) Pressure – Volume relationship 4.1 Applications of Thermodynamics b) Hess law of constant heat summation.7 Explain variation of heat of reaction with temperature and derive the 1.13 Explain about pressure – volume work (or) work of expansion Derive 4.3 State the concept of entropy and the relation. 3. examples. 4. 4. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . 4. 1.0 Introduction and applications of thermodynamics a) Laplace Law.3 Derive heat changes at constant volume and constant pressure. Equations from the above mentioned objectives.9 State the concept of free energy. Equilibrium constant.13 Derive the Gibbs – Helmholtz Equation.6 Define heat capacities at constant volume and constant pressure.0 First law of Thermodynamics Subject Title : Metallurgical Thermodynamics 2.14 State complete / exact differential of thermodynamic properties.3 Define exothermic and endothermic reactions and the sign conventions 9. Units) state sign 4. 3. Activity & 8 13 1 1 3.9 Define equilibrium state and the criteria for equilibrium.11 Solve a range of problems using the above derivations and 5. TIME SCHEDULE 2.4 State the entropy changes in reversible and irreversible processes 1.I.No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay Type 2.1 Define heat of reaction.5 Define heat capacity. Ellingham Diagrams 4 6 2 . Thermo-chemistry.Volume relationship 3.5 Define entropy change and phase change.7 Define intensive. Solutions 8 13 1 1 3. conventions of heat and work. Total 75 110 10 8 3. METALLURGICAL THERMODYNAMICS 1.6 Define isolated system. 1. 1. 3.9 Define reversible adiabatic expansion and compression.8 Define state of a system and equation of state. Fugacity.45 Periods/week : 05 2.3 Define real gas and perfect gas. 2.0 Second law of Thermodynamics.7 Derive the relation between heat capacities at constant volume and Periods of Marks Type constant pressure. 4. a) Temperature . between them.7 Derive equation for variation of entropy with temperature. 4. 1. Isochoric and Isobaric process.

3 Define chemical equilibrium. Thermodynamics for chemists . 6. solve a range problems.5 Define the activity coefficient.by J.0 Fugacity.0 THERMO CHEMISTRY. 4.temperature Applications.by Dube and Upadhyaya 8.6 State Trouton’s rule. Ideal gas equation. COURSE CONTENS: D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .1 Define rate of reaction and state the relation. 9.7 Derive the VANTHOFF’s equation for isotherm and Isochors. above-mentioned objectives. heat of combustion. 8. system & types.1 Define Solution. Activity & Equilibrium Constant –vapour equilibrium. solve a range of problems. 5.2 Know the conversion of Weight % to Atom % and Atom % to Weight % .1 Understand the construction of the standard free energy . Henry’s law & 7.4 State Roults law for ideal solutions. 6.by Darken & Gurry.4 State Le-chatliers rule for law of mass of action.J. partial molar properties. liquid-vapour & solid 7. 9. free energy. 8. and solid-vapor equilibrium. 7.3 Classify Solutions. Construction.2 State the effect of concentration on the reaction rate. uses 6. Problems in metallurgical 8.solve a range problems 7. 8. Glasstone.2 Derive the CLAPEYRON equation. exothermic reactions. activity and equilibrium constant. equation for solid.0 SOLUTIONS: 7. (∆Go – T) diagram.8 State Sieverts law and its applications. enthalpy. Zno & Co.4 State the limitations of ∆Go – T diagrams. More.0 FUGACITY.0 Solutions 1. 5. thermodynamic processes. 8. 8.helmoboltz equation. 90 91 .3 State the equation for solid-liquid equilibrium.6 Define equilibrium constant. 8.3 State the applications of ∆Go – T diagram. properties of system. 4.16 Solve a range of problems using derivations and equations from the 9. 4.0 REACTION KINETICS: 7. 9. equilibrium state.0 ELLINGHAM DIAGRAMS. Gibbs.0 PHASE EQUILIBRIA: above mentioned objectives.0 Fundamentals of Reaction Kinetics. Define Ideal Solution & Regular Solution. Heat capacity. Definitions. position of equilibrium. Heat of formation. 7. work of expansion. Thermodynamics and kinetics . Clasius Clapeyron equation.1 Explain the equilibrium between phases of one component system. 6.3 State the effect of temp on the reaction rate—Arrehenius equation. 9. 5.7 Define Dilute solution and state Henry’s law. liquid. 2.6 State the factors causing deviation from ideal behavior.1 Define fugacity.14 Define partial molar properties.15 Define chemical potential – partial molar free energy.5 State the vapor pressure-temperature relationships. ACTIVITY & EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT: 7. solve a range problems.liquid. mentioned objectives REFERENCE BOOKS 8. 8.46 5. Introduction. chemical potential .7 Solve a range of problems using derivations and equations from the 6.by Gaskel. ZnO. Ellingham diagram for formation of Al2 O3. 8.2 Explain ∆Go – T diagram in terms of the formation of AL2 03 . Physical chemistry of Metals .2 State the equation for fugacity of an ideal gas & Non Ideal gas Introduction. fugacity of an ideal & non-ideal gas. 4. 7. endothermic & 6. 5. thermo chemical laws. Weight % and Atom %.0 FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS: CO.4 State first order reaction and second order reaction.0 SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS 6. 6. solve a range problems.9 Solve range of problems using derivations and equations in the above mentioned objectives.2nd Proof .8 Solve range of problems using derivations and equations in the above Effect of concentration and temperature on reaction rate.vapour Equilibrium Introduction. 9.0 Ellingham diagrams 1. 6. Mole Fraction. Heat change.5 Explain the factors effecting the position of equilibrium. 5. CO2 & 2. Entropy changes.0 Phase Equilibria Heat of relation. Heat capacity & temperature relationship. Troutons rule. sieverts law. Renaults law & ideal solution. Vanthoff equation. 3.by S. Chemical metallurgy . Metallurgical thermodynamics . relation between Cp & Cv. 4. dilute solution. types of reactions. 3. classification. regular solution. 7. and limitations.4 Derive the CLASIUS CLAPEYRON equation and explain its applications.0 INTRODUCTION TO THERMODYNAMICS: 5.

4 State the types of Diffusion Mechanisms.8 Explain the process of crystallization with respect to 4 Binary Thermal 15 26 2 2 a) Nucleation Equilibrium Diagrams 5 Study of Iron – Carbon 10 13 1 1 b) Growth System c) under cooling 6 Study of important Non.3 Classify the Binary Systems.2 Define Phase & List the types of Solid phases. 4. 4. PHYSICAL METALLURGY 2. OBJECTIVES 4.5 and Alloys.10 Define Homogeneous Nucleation. 2 Diffusion 4 06 2 - 3. TIME SCHEDULE 3.4 Explain the rules governing the formation of Solid Solutions. of atoms.9 Define dendritic growth & Coring 7 Microscopic and 12 16 2 1 3. 1. 2. 2. Subject Code : Met-305 3.3 State the effect of Temperature on Diffusion with the help of a graph.2 State the applications and limitations of Equilibrium diagrams. Structure. Total 75 110 10 8 4.6 Define 1. Major Topics Periods No Of Marks Type 3.0 Binary thermal Equilibrium Diagrams.47 Periods per Week : 05 3.0 Solidification of Metals & Alloys D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .5 Calculate the c/a ratio for H.7 Draw the cooling curves for a pure metal and alloy. 4. 4.4 Define the terms: a) Liquidus line a) Lattice parameter.8 State the phase rule and explain the terms 1. 2. 3 Solidification of Metals 14 18 1 1. S Weightage Short Essay Type 3. 1.4 Define an Isomorphous system. 1 Structure of Metals and 8 13 1 1 Alloys 3.0 Structure of Metals.2 Define Space lattice & Unit Cell.5 State different types of Intermediate phases and their properties. c) Tie line c) Effective no.1 Define Diffusion. 1.6 Calculate the packing factor for a) Phase. Macroscopic examination of Metals and Alloys 3. 92 93 . 3.9 State the applications of phase rule in Binary phase diagrams.1 Define Equilibrium diagram. 12 18 1 1. Upon the completion of study of the subject the student should be able to Understand 4.5 Explain the Construction of Equilibrium diagram for an Isomorphous System.7 State Lever Rule and its applications. 4. Periods per / Semester : 75 3.0 Diffusion c) Degrees of freedom 2.C. 1. 1.6 Define cooling curve. 4.11 Define Heterogeneous Nucleation.2 State Fick’s laws of Diffusion.2nd Proof .3 Define Solid solution and classify the Solid Solutions. a) BCC b) FCC c) HCP b) Number of components.5 Ferrous binary Systems 3.1 Explain Metallic bond. b) Solidus line b) Co-ordination number. Subject Title : Physical metallurgy.3 State different Crystal Systems and classify them into Space Lattices. 4.P.1 Differentiate Metal & Alloy.

4. 94 95 .15 Explain the modification treatment and modified structure of Aluminum- Silicon eutectic.2nd Proof . 6. 5.2 Explain the principle & operation of a metallurgical microscope with the a) Peritectic b) Eutectic c) Eutectoid help of line diagram.11 Calculate the amount of phases at various temperatures using Lever Rule.10 Explain the peritectic reactions in Copper-Tin System. 6.0 Study of Iron – Carbon System 6.15 Calculate the amount of phases at various temperatures in Eutectic systems using Lever Rule 6.19 Define eutectoid reaction.6 State the composition.2 State the allotropic transformation in pure iron and curie temperature. 7.7 Draw the typical microstructures of alpha and alpha + beta brasses 4.13 State the effect of carbon on mechanical properties of steel. 6.22 Define Syntectic reaction 6.7 State the differences between cast iron and steel. 5. 6.18 State the composition.5 Define a) Austenite b) Ferrite c) Cementite d) Ledeburite e) Pearlite 6. Hypo a) Achromatic objectives. b) Numerical aperture.3 List out the different types of brasses. 6. 5.10 Explain the Cooling of an alloy in Isomorphous System by showing the 6. 5. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .14 Explain the cast structure of Aluminum-Silicon eutectic. 6.19 Draw the typical microstructure of Babbitts.10 Explain the phase transformations during slow cooling for Eutectoid.17 Define Peritectic reaction. Hypo & Hyper eutectoid steels. hypoeutectic and hypereutectic alloys showing the microstructures at various points during Solidification. 4.11 State the composition. 4. a) Magnifying power. 7.4 Draw the Phase Diagram of Iron – Iron Carbide System. 6.20 Define peritectoid reaction a) Phosphor Bronze b) Gun metal c) Aluminum bronze.8 State the composition of high tensile brass 4. 6.16 Draw Lead-Tin equilibrium diagram. 5.3 State the applications of objective lenses.properties and applications of alpha brasses.12 Define an Eutectic reaction.4 Explain the properties of objective lenses. 5. 4. & Hyper eutectoid steels with the help of microstructures.0 Study of Important Non-ferrous binary systems. microstructures at various points during Solidification.12 State the upper & lower critical temperatures. 5.2 Explain the peritectic reaction in Copper-Zinc system.5 Explain season cracking and its remedies. 5.12 State the composition. properties and applications of 4. 7. 5. 5. 7.16 State property variations in Eutectic system. 5.8 Explain the Isothermal transformations in Iron–Iron Carbide System. 5.1 List the various parts of a microscope. 6.21 Define monotectic reaction 6. 6. b) Apochromatic objectives.48 System using Lever Rule.17 Draw Lead-Antimony equilibrium diagram. 4.properties and applications of Copper Nickel alloys 4.3 State the importance and characteristics of iron – Carbon system.9 Define Eutectoid. 4.6 Define steel and cast iron.properties and applications of Babbitts 5.14 Explain the cooling of eutectic. c) Special objectives.9 Draw the equilibrium diagram for Copper-Tin System.13 Draw the equilibrium diagrams of Eutectic systems with examples.13 Draw equilibrium diagram for Aluminum-Silicon System. 6.1 Draw the Copper-Zinc equilibrium diagram up to 50% Zinc. 7.1 Define Allotropy and list the examples 6. 5. 6.14 Classify cast irons and draw their microstructures.0 Microscopic and Macroscopic Examination of Metals.18 Draw the equilibrium diagram of a peritectic system with examples. 5. 4.11 Calculate the amount of phases at various temperatures in Isomorphous 6.properties and applications of alpha + beta brasses 4. 4.4 State the composition.

iron – Carbon system. Materials science and Metallurgy .0 Study of Iron-Carbon diagram: Allotropy Transformations in pure Iron. season cracking and its remedies. Macroscopic Examination & Microscopic Examination. the preparation of specimen for Microscopic examination. Nickel alloys with composition and applications. 3. different brasses. 2.13 List the etchants for important Ferrous and Non-ferrous metals and alloys.V. Achromatic.0 Diffusion: Define Diffusion.6 State the working principle of Scanning & Transmission Electron lenses. Lead-Antimony equilibrium diagram. Steps involved in 7.0 Structure of Metals : Define Metallic Bond.Sydney H. HCP Structures. Babbitt metal. Grain growth & under cooling. Unit cell.7 Compare Optical & Electron Microscope. etching 7. classify 6. process of crystallization with respect to Nucleation. . Homogeneous & Heterogeneous Nucleation. usefulness of Equilibrium diagrams. Cooling curves . c) Resolving power. effect of Temperature on Diffusion.Raghavan 7.10 State the importance of Microscopic examination. 7. Liquidus line. 7. mechanism. 1.0 Binary thermal Equilibrium Diagrams: Phase rule and Define Equilibrium diagram. Co-ordination Number. modified structure of Aluminum-Silicon eutectic. 7. properties of objective lenses. State Fick’s laws of Diffusion. equilibrium diagram. microscope. Lead-tin d) Vertical resolution. Understand Equilibrium diagrams of different Alloy Systems.0 Solidification of Metals and Alloys: Differentiate Metal & Alloy. Hypo & Hyper eutectoid steels. types of Solid phases.types of etchants l. Isothermal Transformations Iron – Carbon System.11 Explain the Steps involved in the preparation of specimen for Microscopic REFERENCE BOOKS examination. curie temperature. Dendritic Growth & Coring. FCC.0 Microscopic and Macroscopic Examination of Metals: Parts of a D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . kodigere crystal systems into space lattices.9 State the importance of macroscopic examination.5 State the various types of microscope eyepieces. Avener a) Mounting b) Polishing c) Etching. Physical metallurgy . meta-stable phase. packing factor of BCC. Application of Phase rule to Binary phase diagram. Tie line Rule & Lever Rule. equilibrium diagram of Copper-Tin System. Lattice parameter. Aluminum-Silicon equilibrium 96 97 . 4. their usefulness.Clark & Warney 7. diagram. 7. Classification of Binary Systems. Introduction to physical metallurgy . 5. 3. 4.Rollason 1.49 microscope.for dif 6. principle & operation of a metallurgical microscope. types of Diffusion Mechanisms.12 Explain the etching mechanism. Effective Number of atoms.Calculate “c/a” ratio for HCP. Metallurgy for engineers . objective 7.0 Study of Important Non-ferrous binary systems : Copper-Zinc equilibrium diagram up to 50% Zinc. Solidus line. Apochromatic.2nd Proof . various types of microscope eyepieces. transformations during slow cooling . Copper. 2. Physical metallurgy . Special objectives.8 Define Macroscopic Examination & Microscopic Examination. 7.Lakhtin COURSE CONTENTS 5. Working principle of Scanning & Transmission Electron microscope. Space lattice. Physical metallurgy for engineers .

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1.14 Define the term sintering

Subject Title : Iron Making 1.15 State the principle of sintering

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Periods/Week : 05 1.16 Identify the factors affecting sintering

Periods per Semester : 75 1.17 Explain the construction and operation of Dwight Lloyd sintering machine

1.18 Know various types of sinters.

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1.20 Explain the process of palletising-disc and drum pelletising

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1 Iron ores and their 12 16 2 1 2.1 Define the term blast furnace burden.

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3 Blast furnace profile & 10 13 1 1 2.3 State the importance of burden distribution.

reactions 2.4 Explain the factors effecting burden distribution.

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5 Blast furnace operation 15 16 2 1 3.1 Explain the profile of Blast furnace

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of Iron Production

production

3.2 Know the lining details of blast furnace

7 Recent developments

Recent in trands in 8 13 1 1

Iron furnance

blast 3.3 Understand the term useful volume of Blast Furnace

making 3.4 State the raw materials required

8 Manufacture of Ferro alloys 6 13 1 1

Total 75 110 10 8 3.5 State the purpose of adding coke and lime stone

OBJECTIVES 3.6 Explain the reactions in various zones of blast furnace with reference to the

descending column of raw materials and ascending column of gases

On the completion of the course the student will be able to understand:

3.7 Define direct & indirect reduction

1.0 Iron ores and their preparation

3.8 Define coke rate & importance of Co/Co2 ratio

1.1 List various types of iron ores.

3.9 Define the term solution loss

1.2 Give the chemical composition, specific gravity of various ores

3.10 Identify the constituents of ascending gases

1.3 Know nthe chemical analysis of iron ore

4.0 Blast furnace plant and equipment

1.4 Classify the iron ores based on colour and gangue material associated

4.1 Draw the layout of blast furnace plant.

1.5 State the importance of evaluation of ores

4.2 List the sections in Blast furnace plant.

1.6 Explain the factors in the evaluation of ores

4.3 Know the methods of raw material storage and its supply to the blast furnace

1.7 Mention reserves of iron ores in India

4.4 Explain the construction and operation of hot blast stove.

1.8 List the sources of iron ores for various steel plants in India

4.5 State the principle of dust catcher, and electro static precipitator

1.9 State the need of preparation of iron ores for charging into blast furnace

4.6 Explain the operation of dust catcher , scrubber and electro static

1.10 State the different Methods of preparation of iron ores

precipitator

1.11 Define the term agglomeration

5.0 Blast furnace Operation

1.12 State purpose of agglomeration

5.1 Explain the method of starting the B/F operation

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**5.2 Explain the procedure of banking the furnace 7.6 fuel injection through tuyers
**

5.3 Explain blowing out operation 8.0 Ferro alloys

5.4 State the composition of pig iron 8.1 Define the term Ferro-alloy

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5.5 State the favorable conditions for the removal of Silicon, Manganese, Sulphur 8.2 State the types of Ferro alloys

and Phosphrous 8.3 State the purpose of using Ferro-alloys

5.6 Explain desulphurisation by soda ash treatment. 8.4 Explain manufacturing process of Ferro-silicon

5.7 Explain the ladle desiliconisation process. 8.5 Identify the applications of Ferro-alloys in iron and steel industry

5.8 Identify the Methods of disposing pig iron into pig beds. Pig casting machine COURSE CONTENTS :

and hot metal ladles

1.0 IRON ORES AND THEIR PREPARATION: Types, chemical composition,

5.9 State the function of blast furnace slag classification, Evaluation, Deposits in India, Need of preparation, Methods

5.10 Know the constituents of blast furnace slag and slag basicity. of preparation Agglomeration Methods, Sintering, Dwight Lloyd sintering

5.11 State the by product value of slag machine, Types of sinters, Pelletisation, Disc and Drum pelletisers,

Comparison of sinter and pellets.

5.12 State the Methods of disposing the slag

2.0 BURDEN DISTRIBUTION: Raw materials, Double Bell charging, Principles

5.13 List out the irregularities in blast furnace operation

of Burden distribution, factors effecting Burden Distribution

5.14 Discuss the causes and remedies for each irregularity

3.0 BLAST FURNACE PROFILE AND REACTIONS: Profile of Blast furnace,

6.0 Recent/Alternative Methods of iron production Construction and lining details, useful volume, constituents of Ascending

6.1 State the necessity of other Methods of pig iron production gases, Reactions in various zones, Direct and Indirect reduction, co/co2

6.2 List out the other Methods of pig iron production ratio

6.3 Explain the iron making process by electric reduction furnace, 4.0 BLAST FURNACE PLANT AND EQUIPMENT: Lay out, Raw material

storage and supply, Hot Blast stoves, Dust catcher, scrubber, Gas washer,

6.4 Define the terms - sponge iron, Percentage of reduction and degree of

Electro static precipitator.

metallisation

5.0 OPERATION OF BLAST FURNACE: Blowing-in, Banking, Blowing-out,

6.5 Classify sponge iron making processes.

Disposal of pig Iron, : Function of slag, Fusibility, Constitution, By product

6.6 Explain the physical chemistry of DR processes value, de sulphurisation Pig casting machine, Irregularities.

6.7 Explain the production of sponge iron by coal based processes i.e rotary 6.0 RECENT/ ALLTERNATIVE METHODS OF IRON PRODUCTION:

Kiln process Necessity, Types of Alternative methods, Electric reduction Furnace,Sponge

6.8 Explain the production of sponge iron by Gas based processes i.e Midrex Iron: Rotary kiln process and Midrex process.

Process. 7.0 RECENT TRENDS IN BLAST FURNANCE : Large capacity Blast Furnace,

6.9 State the applications of sponge iron Burden preparation, High Top Pressure operation, Oxygen enrichment,

6.10 Explain the reduction smelting of iron ores in Corex process Humidification of Blast, Bell less charging.

7.0 Recent trends of blast furnace: 8.0 FERRO – ALLOYS : Definition, Types, purpose, Manufacture of Ferro-

silicon, Applications.

7.1 list out recent trends of blast furnace

7.2 Explain

REFERENCE BOOKS

a) large capacity furnaces

1. Introduction to Modernn Iron making by Tupkary

b) High top pressure operation

2. Manufacture of Iron & Steel Vol –1 by Bashforth

7.3 burden preparation

3. Elements of metallurgy by D. Swaroop

7.4 oxygen enrichment

4. The making shaping and treating of Steel by U.S.Steel corporation

7.5 humidification of blast

5. Physical Chemistry of Iron and steel making by Badsworth.

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**MACHINE DRAWING 4.2. Identify the common components of a piping layout.
**

4.3. Identify the conventional symbols used for the various components of

Subject Title : Machine Drawing piping layout.

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**Subject Code : MET-307
**

4.4. Prepare single line and double line diagrams of piping layouts.

Periods/ Week : 06

Periods/Semester : 90 4.5. Draw the assembly drawing and sectioned views of pipe joint.

TIME SCHEDULE 4.6. Explain the use of packing material in joint.

S.No Major Topics Periods Weightage Short Essay 5.0 Appreciate welded fabrication drawing.

of Marks Questions Questions

5.1. Identify the different types of welds and their symbolic representation as

1. Introduction 12 - - -

per B.I.S., SP-46-1988.

2. Fastening Devices 18 10 02 -

3. Assembly Drawings 33 80 - 02 5.2. Identify the elements of welding symbol and their standard location on the

4. Piping Layouts and 15 05 01 - symbol.

Joints 5.3. State welding process to be used, surface contour and finish of weld when

5. Welding Fabrications 12 05 01 - given in symbolic form.

Drawings

Total 90 100 04 02 5.4. Prepare a working drawing of welded fabrications.

Note:-

Candidate has to answer all questions in part- A and one question out of

COURSE CONTENTS

two in part- B

1.0 Introduction

OBJECTIVES

1.1. Importance of Machine Drawing.

On the completion of the course the student should be able to

1.2. Brief revision of 1st and 3rd angle projections

1.0 Introduction

1.3. Understand the concepts of Orthographic projections and Sectional views.

1.1. Know the importance of machine drawing.

2.0 Fastening Devices.

1.2. Review of 1st angle and 3rd angle Projections

2.1. Temporary and Permanent fastenings and their areas of application-thread

1.3. Review of Orthographic Projections and Sectional Views.

nomenclature, forms of screw thread profiles, metric, B.A., Acme, Knuckle,

2.0 Know about fastening devices. etc.

2.1. Drawing the standard thread profile. 2.2. Bolts and Nuts: Specification of bolts and nuts, Different types of bolted

2.2. Draw/sketch bolted connections to standard of proportions. joints (like using through bolts, studs, screws etc.,) in different applications.

Purpose of lock nuts and their Types.

2.3. Draw/sketch different types of screws.

2.3. Keys and cotters: Types of keys and cotters: Difference between key and

2.4. Draw/sketch different types of rivets and riveted connections. cotter uses.

2.5. Draw/sketch different types of keys and cotters. 2.4. Rivets and Rivetted joints: Types and proportions and specification of rivets

3.0 Prepare assembly drawings. :Different types of riveted joints: Lap, butt-single row, double row etc., chain

and zig-zag riveting – calculation of diameter of rivet: Pitch and arrangement

3.1. List the sequence of steps for preparing assembly drawing.

of rivets in row – use – of standard proportions.

3.2. Prepare the assembly drawing given the components drawing.

Drawing Plate: 1

3.3. Prepare the list of parts.

1. Exercise on Orthographic projections and Sectional views.

4.0 Formulate piping layouts and joints

2. Thread Nomenclature and forms of screw thread profiles.

4.1. State the distinction between pipes and tubes.

3. Exercises in drawing – bolted connections using standard proportions.

102 103

standards reference Kode arrow head. flexible coupling. reducing socket and plug. 4. 1.draw half sectional elevation proportionate dimensions.. connecting rod.2. 4. Drawing Plate: 4 5.0 Piping layouts and joints 1. 5. Screw jack assembly. as per I. Madras 4. standards.I. NOTE: With the knowledge gained by the above exercises students must be 2. Kannaih. bead (edge or seal) spot. Components of pipes lay-out. 4. Dimensioning a given welding drawings as per I. special reference. Need of special reference 4. Machine Drawing by N.2. Exercises in preparing assembly drawings of commonly available engineering dimensions of welds. 6.. Significance of arrow & position of arrow head significance of reference line Drawing Plate:2 as per I. 5.M in respect of Technical Drawing by TTTI. Single line diagram of pipe layout two exercises.6. Screw fitting bend. B.4.S. cross head. universal coupling.5. 10.M & S. Need and functions of assembly and detailed drawings. flanged coupling. Sastri 104 105 . representation as per table of I. single bevel butt.D.1. fillet.B. Bill of materials and parts list. step bearing. 2. V-Butt an stud welds. standards with reference to fillet. double V-Butt. Parkinson. Gupta. Cast iron flanged pipe joint. Exercise in drawing riveted joints using standard proportions : Single row. Jib and cotter joint assembly 5.0 Assembly Drawings.C.S. foot engineering section. 2.S. stud. Classification of pipes and tubes.0 Welded fabrication drawings. eccentric. weld symbol supplementary symbol 3.4. Elements of welding symbol and their standard location the symbol as per IS 3.53 double row (chain and zig–zag) in lap and butt joints (single & double strap).C. Various conventional symbol used for the above components. Machine Drawing by Jones & Jones. 4. 4.2. Assembly of muffs coupling (sold & split) coupling 5.3.S. 3.1. components. Drawing tables and figs. big end of a connecting rod. 9. Unions: screwed. Maharani Bagh. sleeve and cotter joint. screwed joint. Note : MET-307. method of welding process. lathe tail stock. 5.T – B-31. Different types of weld and their basic symbols including sectional 3. standards with reference to fillet. 5.3. spigot and socket joint. Indian Standard Scheme of symbol for Welding by SP-46-1988.. Knuckle joint assembly standards with showing dimensions required on a welding. single V-Butt. hydraulic pipe joint. tee. Dimensions of welds : length. standards.3. Bhat. New Delhi. 3. ground and flanged. Bearings.1. Machine Drawing by R.S.R.S. 3. 3. SP-46-1988. Nagpal. 6. 5.4. Drawing by N.5. protective type 3. seam. elbow. Draw the views / sectional views of 5. 4. 8.6. Double line diagram of pipe layout one exercise. Drawing of various types of lock nuts & types of keys indicating their expansion joint. 4. Reddy. REFERENCE BOOKS 4. V-Butt an stud welds. Plummer block. Machine Drawing by A.2nd Proof . D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .S. A text book for Technical Schools Engg.S. Preparing working drawing of welding fabrication from given data. piston of petrol engine. and end view. able to draw exercises on Socket and spigot joint.R. lathe tool post. 1.S.Siddeswar. union joint . T.V.E. 3. Referred in the contents above taking form I. Machine Drawing by K. square butt. Stuffing box. Machine Drawing by G. location and spacing of welds as per I. 5. 2. lateral Cross-nipple. Valves: Gate valve: angle valve. 1. double bevel butt. Supplementary symbols and special instructions: surface of reference line. Machine Drawing by N. Machine Drawing should be taught by faculty of mechanical Oldham’s-coupling. Steps in preparing assembly drawings. check valve. Drawing Plate: 3 7.

METALLOGRAPHY LABORATORY FUELS LABORATORY

**Subject Title : Fuels Laboratory.
**

Subject Title : Metallography Lab

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**Subject Code : Met 309
**

Subject Code : Met – 308 Periods per Week : 03

Periods/Week : 06 Periods per Semester : 45

Periods/Semester : 90

List of Experiments

**List of Experiments 1. Estimate the amount of Moisture, Volatile Matter, Ash & fixed Carbon
**

1. Operate a metellurgical microscope. content of the given sample of Coal by proximate analysis.

2. Prepare a specimen for Metallographic examination. 2. Determine the flash & fire point of the different fuel oils by using Pensky –

Marten’s apparatus.

3. Prepare a sulphur print

3. Determine the flash & fire point of the different fuel oils by using Cleveland

4. Identify different etching reagents for different ferrous and non ferrous apparatus

Metals.

4. Determine the pour point, cloud point & softening point of the given oil /

5. Study of microstructure of different cast irons, Bitumen.

6. Study of microstructure of different steels, 5. Determine the Kinematic & absolute viscosities of lubricating oils to

7. Study of microstructure of stainless steels, study the variation of the viscosity with temperature by using Red Wood

viscometer I & II.

8. Study of microstructure of case hardened steels

6. Determine the Kinematic & absolute viscosities of lubricating oils to study

9. Study of microstructure of steel welds

the variation of the viscosity with temperature by using Saybolt ‘s viscometer.

10 Study of microstructure of different brasses.

7.. Determine the Calorific Value of Solid & liquid fuels by using Bomb

11 Study of microstructure of different bronzes. Calorimeter &

12. Study of microstructure of different aluminium alloys. 8 Determine the Calorific Value of gaseous fuel by Using Junker’s

Note: In addition to the identification of micro constituents the student should be calorimeter.

able to comment on the mechanical and thermal history of the sample 9. Determine the temperature of a body by using an optical pyrometer.

materials given and to understand the variation of the properties with respect

to the variation in the amounts of micro constituents.

106 107

English - III

(Common Subject)

**Subject title : English -III
**

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**Subject code : MET-401
**

Periods per week : 03

Periods / Semester : 45

Introduction

The English Syllabus is geared to suit the needs of the students who would join the

industrial work force.

TIME SCHEDULE

**Major Topics No. of Weightage Short Answer Essay
**

periods of marks Questions Questions

38 Expressing Intentions

39 Describing the Past Habits

40 Expressing Probability 6 6 2

41 Expressing Possibility

42 Writing Skills 7

43 Interpreting Flow Charts

44 Interpreting Tree Diagrams

45 Interpreting Bar Graphs 6 20 2

46 Interpreting Tables

IV Semester 47 Interpreting Pie Charts

48 Speaking About Yourself 2 3 1

49 Expressing Opinion

50 Expressing Obligations 6 6 2

51,52 Writing Skills 8 & 9

53 Writing Personal Letters

3 20 2

54 Writing Official Letters

55 Talking about a career

56,57 Talking about Aspirations 1,2 4 10 1

58 Writing Skills 10

59 Non-Verbal Communication

3 3 1

60 Just A Minute

61 Creating an Email ID

2 3 1

62 Writing Emails

63 Preparing a Resume

64 Writing a Covering Letter

65 Getting Ready for a Job

8 26 2 2

66 Preparing for an Interview

67 Attending an Interview

68 Writing Skills 11

69 Report- Writing a Message

70 Reporting an Incident

71 Writing a Formal Report 5 13 1 1

72 Revising and Editing Reports

45 110 10 8

108 109

**OBJECTIVES ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
**

On completion of the course the student will be able to

Subject Title : Electrical Technology

- Write and speak in English fluently Subject Code : Met-402

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**- Use English effectively outside the classroom Periods per Week : 05
**

Periods / Semester : 75

- Orient himself/herself for job readiness

TIME SCHEDULE

COURSE MATERIAL S Weightag

Short

N Major Topics Periods e Essay Type

A textbook titled ‘Enhancing English and Employability Skills II’ published by the State Board Type

o of Marks

of Technical Education and Training, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad. 1. D.C. Series – Parallel circuits 4 3 1 -

2. Electro Magnetism and 8 13 1 1

Electromagnetic Induction

3. D.C. Generators 7 13 1 1

4. D.C. Motors 6 10 - 1

5. Single phase and 3 phase 14 16 2 1

Circuits

6. Single phase and 3 phase 13 16 2 1

Transformers

7. Electric Welding and heating 5 10 - 1

8. Electrical measuring 10 16 2 1

instruments

9. Semiconductor Diode and 08 13 1 1

Transistor

TOTAL 75 110 10 8

OBJECTIVES

Upon study the students is able to understand

1.0 Solve D.C. Series –parallel circuits

1.1 Calculate equivalent resistance of series – parallel circuits

1.2 State and explain Kirchoff’s laws

1.3 To solve problems on simple D.C. networks

2.0 Understand principles of Electro-Magnetism and electro magnetic

Induction

2.1 Explain the terms – permeability, Field strength, Flux and Flux Density.

2.2 State cork screw rule

2.3 Express field strength due to straight current carrying conductor (No

derivation)

2.4 Express Field strength on the axis of a solenoid (No derivation)

2.5 State Faraday’s Laws of Electro – Magnetic Induction

2.6 State Lenz’s Law

2.7 Distinguish between self induced e.m.f and mutually induced e.m.f

110 111

M.9 State actual. 5.4 State step up and step down transformers.0 Understand working of D. motor 7. 3.5 Solve problems on E. period.3 State functions of each part of D.7 Describe 3-point starter with diagram of connections. (no derivation) 7.M.1 Explain working principle of D. 4.5 Identify majority and minority carries in P & N type materials 9.M. 3. 4.4 Describe the formation of a P type and N type materials 5. 6.10 State phase and line voltage and currents and their relationships in star D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . 5. 2.3 State expression for average and R.8 State expression for self-inductance and mutual inductance (No 5.3 Classify transformers basing on types of cores (core.F. generator for armature and interpole 6. 6. 9. & M.3 State back E. (1) Armature control 7.1 Understand the use of semi conductor diode and Transistor.0 Understand single and 3 phase systems 8. series and compound motors and indicate 7. 7. value.9 State applications.C.8 Explain speed control of D. 5.2 Explain core type and core less type induction furnace.2nd Proof . 4. sheel and berry type) 3.2 Explain construction of transformer.C.I.5 State Torque equation (no derivation). shunt motor by 7. cycle.7 State phase relationship between voltage and current in the circuits.11 State expression for power in 3-phase circuit.M.C.S.7 Label the terminals of a D.3 Explain arc furnace. windings. 3. 7.C.1 Explain principle of working of D. 5. motors as shunt. 3.5 State autotransformer and its uses.1 Explain functions of resistance heatings and distribution of resistance directions of currents. series and compound generators 6.2 State use of Megger. 9. 7.7 Describe welding transformer and measure open circuit voltage. 5.C.C.4 State E.4 Write formula for speed of D. 3. time. derivation). and indicate direction of currents. average value and R.6 State leading and lagging vector quantities. motor in terms of supply voltage current 7.1 State the use of M. Multimeter and Energy meter in electrical 5. 4. 8.C. values in terms of maximum value. 3.0 Understand principles of Electric Heating 4. Generators 5.0 Understand the use of electrical measuring instruments 4.1 Explain principles of working of transformer.57 3.C. semi conductors and Insulators. 4.6 Classify D.2 Classify D. and flux. generator.C.2 Classify materials as conductors. instantaneous value. and power factor.3 Distinguish between Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Motors connection)(descriptive treatment with circuit diagram). maximum value.3 Explain the thermocouple measurements and their calibration. 6.2 Explain : waveform. 5. frequency.6 Explain necessity of starter.0 Understand working of D.6 Explain conversion of 3-phase voltage to 2 phase (scolt - 4. ammeter and voltmeter.4 Design of heating elements and simple problems. 6. F.6 Principles of welding rectifiers. apparent and reactive currents and powers. 8.8 State equation for power in single-phase circuits. 9. 9.1 Define periodically alternating quantity measurements. equation. with necessary circuit diagram and characteristics 8.5 State principles of arc welding and power sources in arc welding. elements in furnace 4. 5.2 List the parts of D. generators and materials used 5.M.5 Explain phase and phase difference (with graph only).6 Explain the formation of PN junction diode 112 113 . Generators as shunt.C.8 Describe welding generator.0 Understand electronic devices. 9. 9.12 Work problems on star and delta connected loads.C.S. 5.F equation 6.4 Explain instantaneous value in terms of maximum value. 4.C. 7.9 State safety precautions to be adopted for prevention of electric shock to (2) Field control persons working on electric equipments or live wires. generators and in delta connections.8 Simple problems on the above.0 Know working of single and 3 phase transformer 3.

Single phase circuits. different Techniques Techniques expressions for apparent and reactive power. 7 Electrical Engineering by M.C. Electrical Technology by Huges 1.Naidu& S. Subject Title : Heat Treatment Technology. electro magnetic induction.No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay Type 2. LCD. Introduction of PNP. S. Subject Code : Met – 403 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Pearlitie b. Advanced Electrical Technology by H. 1. Electro Magnetism.C. 2. Grain size 6 10 . On the completion of the subject .F.2nd Proof . star and delta connected system and loads.1 Define Heat Treatment. Transformers single phase and 3-phase transformers auto transformer. NPN transistors – zenerdiodes.C. self and Mutual Periods of Marks Type 1. Heat Treatment furnaces 8 10 .9 List the materials used for LED. The Art & Science of Utilization of Electrical Energy by H. equation 2. TIME SCHEDULE Kirchoff’s laws. Electrical Technology by B. 8 13 1 1 7. Electrical Instruments. 5.8 List out the factors affecting position of TTT curve. Periods/Week : 05 9. Heat Treatment of Non. LED. 7. applications.F.C. 9. Bainitie 114 115 . types of motors. Generation of 3 phases E. Partap.58 9. 1 equation.the student should be able to understand. Hardenability 6 10 .defects & defects F.M. speed control 4. types of generators E.6 Define isothermal transformation. equation for power. applications of core type and ferrous Metals and alloys core less types of furnace. 1 6. Resistance heating furnace. 3point starter.5 Know about the decomposition of austenite on cooling. Electrical technology by V. Periods/Semester : 75 COURSE CONTENTS 1.0 Heat treatment of plain carbon steels: 9 Semi conductor – n-type – p-type Behavior of p-n junction diode. 9. megger. motors. generators.. generation of E.working.M. Mehta. 6.S. Application of ohm’s law for solution of D.10 Explain the superimposition of continuous cooling curves.7 Explain the construction of Time Temperature Transformation Diagrams. parallel circuits. 8.7 Explain the working of PNP and NPN transistor and their applications HEAT TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY 9.T. LCD rectifiers 1.M. Theraja 1.4 Know about the phase transformations on heating of steels.M. 4. working construction. Electric heating. 1 4. thermocouple measurement and calibration. full wave and bridge rectifier.9 Define Critical Cooling rate. Heat treatment of plain 18 26 2 2 inductances carbon steels 3.10 Define rectifier.2 State the objectives & purpose of Heat Treatment. Utilization of Electrical Power by Taylor. ammeter.8 Describe the operation of Zenar Diode and it’s applications. Special Heat Treatment 13 19 3 1 and phase difference. Reference Books 1. 8. 3. phase Heat Treatment 5. series.L.K. 1. Electric arc circuit elements open circuit voltage OBJECTIVES welding rectifiers. wave form values of A. D. Alloy steels and their 13 19 3 1 5.11 State the principle of half wave. Electric arc welding. torque 3. D. voltmeter.Kamakshiah 1. 1. back E.11 Define a) Pearlite b) Bainite & c) Martensite 1. 1. welding transformer.12 Explain the mechanism of austenite to a. Total 75 110 10 8 welding generator. Furnace atmospheres 3 3 1 - conversion of 3 phases to 2 phases. power factor.. multi meter and energy meter (single phase). 1.3 List the Heat treatment processes.F. 1. & H. Cotton 1. 6. 1. types.

. c. b) Normalizing 3. c) Hardening processes.59 a) Annealing 3. c. b. 116 117 . Martensitic stainless steels.3 Determine the grain size by ASTM comparative Method.18 Draw the microstructures at various temperatures of annealing 4.5 List out merits & demerits of each quenching medium.19 Define & state the purpose of spheroidizing annealing a. 2.8 Determine the relationship between ideal critical diameter. a. properties and applications of 1.26 Explain the Tempering process. form carbides. 1.10 State the use of Jominey end quench test 1.2 Determine the grain size by carburising method.25 Define & state the purpose of Tempering b.1 Define hardenability c. properties and applications of Maraging 2. c) Hardening 3.23 Compare annealing & normalizing. 1.13 State the effect of carbon content on Maximum hardness. 4. stabilize the austenite 1.30 Define Temper Embrittlement and state the causes and remedies. 2. 1.24 Mention the stages of quenching. 4. Grain size D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Nickel steels. 2. 4.10 List the causes and remedies of sensitisation. 2.2nd Proof .3 Classify the alloying elements which tend to 1. 4. 4. steels. 1. 4. Ferritic 2. stabilise the Ferrite 1.8 State the heat treatment process for ferritic.14 Define and state the purpose of 3.6 Classify the stainless steels. 2.9 Know about sensitisation & stabilisation. 4.4 Define the cooling power of Quenching Media.4 State the measurement of Austenite grain size by Heyn’s intercept method hypo eutectiod. austenitic and matensitic stainless steels.13 Give the composition of composition & hardenability.29 Define retained austenite.3 State different Quenching Media..7 Draw the relationship between critical diameter & ideal critical diameter. hardenability. Martensitic transformation.12 Define tool steels..6 Define critical diameter & ideal critical diameter. hyper eutectiod steels. and Jefferies planimetric method.17 List out the types of annealing. 2. 4. d. 1. 4.28 State the effect of Tempering on microstructure and mechanical properties.1 State the purpose of alloying.22 Draw the normalized microstructure. c.7 State the composition. 2.9 Explain the Jominey end – quench test .21 Draw the spheroidized structure. 2. Manganese steels 1. a) Water hardening steels b) High-speed tool steels.20 Explain the spheroidizing process.2 Differentiate Hardness and Hardenability.27 Describe the theory of Tempering.4 Give the composition. Hardenability: b.1 Define grain size. Austenitic 2. 3. 1. 1.11 Know about composition. graphitise the carbides 1. Normalizing and Hardening temperatures of eutectiod. Chromium steels 1.5 Define stainless steels.2 Mention the effect of alloying elements on the Fe-Carbide diagram & 1. 1.15 Mention the Annealing. chemical 4.16 Explain a) Annealing 4 Alloy steels and their Heat treatment : b) Normalizing 4. a. properties & applications of 1. 4.

7 List the applications of carburised steels 8. 6.1 Define the controlled atmosphere.26 Know about Widmanstatten structure.9 Explain the post carburising heat treatment.4 Sate the types of carburising Techniques. 5.20 Explain the austempering process.0 Furnace atmospheres c) Cyaniding 7. 5. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . COURSE CONTENTS: 5.3 Know about the Exothermic and Endothermic atmosphere.0 Heat Treatment of Plain Carbon Steels : 5. 8. b) Nitriding 7.19 Define Austempering & Martempering 3.20 Know the chemical composition. overheating.12 State the applications of nitriding. jominey end quench 5. 4.17 Define secondary hardening.25 Mention the causes and remedies of low hardness.6 State the Heat treatment process for Brass and Bronzes 5.15 Give the heat treatment procedure for tool steels. 5. d) Flame Hardening 7.0 Grain Size: 118 119 . 6. e) Induction Hardening 7. 4. 8.16 Enumerate advantages of cyaniding. Salt bath. 5. construction of TTT curves and their applications.1 Know about Heat treatment furnaces: 5. 1.11 Know the effect of nitriding on properties of steels. quench cracks.2 Know the case hardening techniques.17 Explain the flame hardening process.60 4. burning. Definition.18 Explain the induction hardening process.14 Explain the cyaniding process. 5.2 Classify the heat-treating furnaces based on design and their use a) carburising 6.24 Know about defects in heat treated products. Introduction.18 Know the Special cutting materials.13 Know about white layer. embrittlement. bainite. processes. c) Gas carburising.16 Explain the heat treatment cycle for high-speed steels.3 Explain precipitation hardening. 5. distortion and carbides. Transformation of Austenite to pearlite. 7.1 Define case hardening.10 Explain the nitriding process.Annealing. soft spots.23 Mention the effect of martempering on properties of steel. calculation of ideal critical diameter. 5.14 List the properties of high-speed tool steels.0 Heat treatment of Non-ferrous Metals and alloys : b) Liquid carburising 8. microstructure & properties of cemented decarburisation.22 Explain the martempering process. warping.2 Explain solution treatment with the help of Al – Cu phase diagram 5. 5.4 Explain the theory of Age-hardening. 5. 4. 5. 5. Temper 5. 2. 4.0 Hardenability : 5.6 Enumerate the advantages & disadvantages of carburising. 8. 5. martensite. 8. difference between hardness and harden ability.8 Draw the microstructure of carburised steel.5 List the Al – alloys respond to precipitation hardening 5.4 State the methods of controlling Furnace atmosphere.0 Heat Treatment furnaces 5. 5. Hardening and Tempering.19 Know the chemical composition & properties of stellite. 4. test process and its uses. 5. Bogie type. pit & rotary hearth.3 Define 6.2 Know about the necessity of maintaining controlled atmosphere. Normalising. 5. oxidation. critical & ideal critical diameter.0 Special heat treatment techniques and H T defects : 5.3 Explain the working principle of the following furnaces with a neat sketch – Muffle.1 Know about the Heat treatment of Al-Cu alloy.5 Explain a) Pack carburising.21 Mention the effect of austempering on properties of steels. types of heat treatment 5.15 Understand the composition of cyanide bath.. 8. 4.2nd Proof .

0 Heat treatment of Non-ferrous Metals and alloys : OBJECTIVES Introduction.6 Explain acid Bessemer process. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.1 State the general principles. 1.Kodigere 1.by Lakhtin 1. Total 75 110 10 8 8. Introduction to physical metallurgy . Continuous casting of steel 6 13 1 1 controlling of controlled atmospheres.1 Know the wrought iron making process. Subject Title : Steel Making Subject Code : Met-404 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay Type 5. Open –hearth process 8 13 1 1 Martempering and sub-zero treatment. Cyaniding. Purpose of alloying. 1. TIME SCHEDULE Maraging steels.0 Special heat – treatment techniques and defects in heat treated products Periods of Marks Type : Introduction. i) Hearth and walls II) Roof iii) Ports iv) Slag pockets.0 Alloy Steels & their Heat treatment: Periods/Week : 05 Definition.C. Effect of alloying elements on Fe – C diagram. Tool steels heat treatment. Types of furnace defects atmospheres – Exothermic and Endothermic atmosphere. Physical metallurgy for engineers . 6. Physical metallurgy and Heat Treatment . STEEL MAKING Carburising method. ASTM Comparative method heyn’s intercept method.0 Heat treatment Furnaces: 4. Rajan and Ashok Sharma. 3. 1. Vacuum treatment of liquid 8 13 1 1 7. Manganese steels.. Materials science and Metallurgy .Clark & Warney 1.8 State the limitations of Bessemer process. Brasses and Bronzes. to steel making Introduction of 10 13 1 1 Surface hardening treatments-Flame and Induction hardening. 2. Austempering.61 4. Precipitation hardening of Al-Cu alloys.3 Explain construction &lining of basic open-hearth f/c.11 Differentiate the Active mixer & inactive mixer. Ingot – Production and 9 13 1 1 Introduction. S.10 Classify the mixers. Electric furnaces 10 16 2 1 5. Rollason ELBS. 1.0 Open hearth process: 2. Engineeeering metallurgy Part I . 1. 1. Effect of grain size on properties of steel.by E.by T. 120 121 .2 Classify the open-hearth process.. need of controlled atmosphere. Method of 8.by Raymond Higgins 1.V. Nickel steels. 3. 1. 6.7 Explain basic Bessemer process -fore blow & after blow. definition. Jefferies planimetric method. properties and uses. 2. Grain size determination by. 2. Chromium steels. 7. Oxygen steel making 16 16 2 1 6. Periods per Semester : 75 Classification of alloying elements. Defects in the Heat treatment. 4.2 State the principle of Steel making.4 List out the raw materials for steel making.2nd Proof . Metallurgy for Engineers . Recent steel making processes secondary 8 13 1 1 Classification according to design and use.9 Define the mixer. Continuous and Batch furnaces.Sydney H. Chemical heat treatments -Carburising. 5.5 State the principle of Bessemer process.0 Furnace Atmospheres: steel 7.3 List the steel making processes. Nitriding. 2. Heat Treatment Principles and Techniques . Heat treatment of 1. Avener 1.0 Introduction to steel making. 2. Stainless steels.

8 Explain the single slag & double slag practice.5 Know the electrode material.13 Explain stainless steel making by electric arc furnace(Rust less Process) i) Ajax ii) Tandem iii) tilting open hearth iv) Twin hearth 4.11 Differentiate between L. 7.2 State the principle of Arc furnace. 4. 4.4 Explain Ladle based processes-Ladle furnace. 3.10 Define Rimmed steel. 2.5 Explain Remelting processes-E. 7. 4. 3. Process with chemical reactions.8 Define killed steel.3 List the raw materials.0 Ingot Production and defects 3. 6.8 Appreciate the advantages & uses of L.4 State the sequence of the charging.6 Know the lining of the converter.0 Secondary steel making processes: 3.5 Know the types of steels produced.1 State the principles of Oxygen Steel making Process. 4.62 process.D. 3.0 Vacuum treatment of liquid steel.11 Define capped steel. 122 123 . 4. 4.14 Explain High carbon & Alloy steel making processes.7 Explain recent trends in open hearth process.6 Explain the construction and lining details of furnace.1 State the objectives of secondary steel making. 7. 7. 7. 5.15 Explain the melting practice in Induction furnace 3. 4.10 Explain the operation of Kaldo 6..1 Classify the ingot moulds. 4.4 Explain the chemistry of the Basic open hearth process. 5.7 Classify the steels basing on gas evolution.5 Explain tundish pouring.0 Oxygen steel making: 4. and V. steam degassing.6 Explain bottom pouring. 3.14 State the principle of induction furnace. 7. 2. 3.D process. 5.4 Explain the ladle degassing. 3.1 Know the gasses dissolved in liquid steel.9 Define the semi – killed steel.7 Explain the melting practice.D. 4.6 State the advantages of Open Hearth Process as compared to Bessemer 4.S. and Kaldo process.16 Appreciate the advantages. 4. 4.1 Classify the electric furnaces. 7. 6.10 State the importance of carbide slag.4 Explain direct pouring.7 Explain the operation of L. 4.R.5 Explain the constructional details of converter & design of the lance.9 Know the constructional details of the Kaldo converter.13 State principle of Oxygen lime process (LDAC process) &D – H process) 3.3 Explain Furnace based processes-A.0 Electric Furnaces: 7. 6.16 Explain the steel making by Corex process 7.11 Appreciate advantages & disadvantages of Arc furnace. 2. 3. process.D. 5.A. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .12 Explain Construction & operation of Rotor Oxygen Process 6.2 Know the ingot mould material.3 Advantages of using pure Oxygen in Steel making.D. 3. 7.4 State the Raw materials for L. 3. 3.2 Classification of Secondary steel making processes.2 State the objectives of degassing 3.3 Classify the degassing processes. 4.D.O.12 Know the us of gaseous oxygen in Electric Arc furnace 2. 7.R. 3.15 Explain stainless steel making process by L.9 Define carbide slag.2nd Proof .3 Know the Methods of teeming. 7.2 List Oxygen Steel making processes 5. 4. circulation degassing ( R-H 3. Process 5.

Elements of metallurgy — Dr. Lining. Tupkary 8. Regeneration principle. Blow period.4 State junghan’s principle Priciple.13 Explain seggregation. Swaroop 1. circulation degassing. Introduction of modern steel making — R. VOD process. Melting practice in Induction furnace. (R.6 Explain the vertical mold – horizontal discharge type Machine. 8. construction of arc furnace.3 State the Principle of Continuous Casting 8.16 Explain Hairline cracking.0 VACCUM TREATMENT OF LIQUID STEEL 7. Gases dissolved in liquid steel. disadvantages. 7. lance. single and double slag practice carbide slag.0 INGOT PRODUCTION and defects: 8. vaccum Arc melting. Acid and Basic steel Making. killed. Kaldo Process: Constructional details. High carbon and Alloy Making.H. Advantages of induction Furnace. operation Reactions.Bashforth COURSE CONTENTS: 3.15 Explain blowholes. Electrode Material.H process) 8.7 Explain the curved mold continuous casting machine and state its advantages 1.1 Define the continuous casting.0 Continuous casting of steel. 7.2nd Proof . Reference Books : 8.0 Introduction to steel making : Wrought Iron. Advantages and uses. 7. Lining of the converter. Flush Slag practice. 7. 6. 3.14 Explain the ingotism. 2. corex proces. Classification. Function of degassing plant Ladle degassing. Advantages. Classification of Ingot moulds.H&D. Use of oxygen lancing.5 Classify the continuous casting machines. classification.H.63 AOD process. Raw materials sequence of charging. Lining.12 List the ingot defects. Process. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Melting practice. Vertical type – Horizontal 8. Duplexing.17 Explain ingot cracks stream degassing. semi-killed. Curved type.8 List the problems in the production of ingots by CCM. Chemistry of Steel Making. 4. Mixers. 7. Junghan’s priciple. Rimmed. Mould materials. Ingot defects. Manufacture of iron and steel — G. Raw Materials. Advantages and 124 125 . Twin hearth. discharge CCM 8. Bessemer Process. 8. Raw Materials.2 Appreciate the advantages of continuous casting. 2.0 Secondary STEEL MAKING PROCESS 7.0 CONTINUOUS CASTING OF STEEL: 8. 5.0 Open – Hearth Process: General principles. Basic open Hearth process. stainless steel Making. ESR process. methods of teeming.R.0 Oxygen Steel Making: L-D process: Principles. blow period.0 Electric Furnaces: Principles of arc Furnace. construction. process control Rotor oxygen stell Making and LDAC process . capped steels. Tilting O.

Subject Code : Met-405 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . torque.. 1. 3. Triaxial state of Stress.7 Calculate the above properties from the test data. Hardness test 10 16 2 1 4.9 Draw the stress – strain curve for ductile and brittle material.3 State the scratch hardness & Name different minerals in Moh’s hardness 1.6 Define the important tensile properties viz. 1. 1. TIME SCHEDULE 1. 3.14 Know the test procedure of VHN test.17 Define modulus of elasticity.5 Identify the specifications of test samples for tension test 3.19 Discuss the effect of temperature on tensile properties. Periods/Week : 05 Periods per Semester : 75 1.20 Specify the different types of strainometers available for the strain measurements. Twisting movement 5. resilience. 1.19 Tell different combinations of Indentors and loads used. slope of the flow curve and true strain equals to the strain hardening coefficient 126 127 . 1 2. Creep test 9 13 1 1 2. Non – Destructive testing 12 16 2 1 Total 75 110 10 8 2.12 Convert engineering stress to true stress 3.4 Know how to determine the strength of a solid and hallow shaft.12 Tell the principle of Vickers’s hardness test.5 Tell different Indentors and loads used for different materials.18 Know the relation between the above four.2 Define Uniaxial. 1. Fracture 7 13 1 1 2.17 Find the industrial importance of Vickers’s hardness test.20 Explain the description of the dial. 1. toughness 3. 3. 1.No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay Type a) electrical. 3.15 Measure the diagonal length of impression with the help of microscope.2 Define stress & strain scale 1... 1. 1. 3. modulus of rigidity. true uniform strain.64 1. Impact test 8 13 1 1 and angle of twist.13 Tell the Indentors and loads used.1 Know what is Torsion and its importance.8 Numerical problems on tensile data 3.1 Know the importance of hardness test. Biaxial. Fatigue test 10 13 1 1 2. mathematical equation. YS.4 Explain the salient features of the stress – strain curve.13 Know Flow curve. Subject Title : Material Testing 1. 1. 1.6 Know the test procedure of BHN test.14 Define the importance of flow curve properties viz.7 Understand the terms ” Ridging “and “Sinking in”. UTS. MATERIAL TESTING 1.2nd Proof . 3. b) mechanical & c) optical strainometers Periods of Marks Type 1.3 Plot the Engineering stress – strain curve from the data.9 Derive BHN formula.10 Define true stress true strain. true stress at maximum 3.2 Define hardness & Classify hardness tests.1 Know the importance of tension test in industrial application. percentage elongation and percentage reduction in area.5 Industrial applications of torsion test. 3. 3. Bulk modulus. Poission’s ratio. 3.11 Convert the engineering strain to the true strain 3.4 Tell the principle of Brinell hardness test.11 Find the industrial importance of Brinell hardness test.21 Tell the principle of S.10 Calculate the hardness number using BHN formula. true local necking strain.16 Derive the two conditions for necking viz.16 Calculate the hardness number from the test data. load. OBJECTIVES 3. 8.18 Tell the principle of Rockwell hardness test.3 State the general equation for Torsion. 1 TENSION TEST 3.15 Explain the necking phenomenon. Hardness test On completion of this subject the student should be able to Understand 3. the true stress is equal to the 3.8 Measure the indentation diameter with the help of eyepiece. 6. Tension test 13 16 2 1 2 Torsion test 2. Proof stress 3. Torsion test 6 10 . 1. 3. 1. 7. 1. true fracture stress 3.

destructive test.15 Know the calibration of ultrasonic test. 7. 7.13 Identify the specifications of test samples for fatigue test. strain measurements instruments 6. Repeating & fluctuating. 7. 3.Definition. 8. 8. Creep test 3. properties.2 Differentiate the ductile and brittle fracture. 7.17 Know the interpretation of ultrasonic test result.8 Explain the Magnetic Particle test 5.4 Explain the creep curve and its regions. 8.compression.20 Know the applications of Eddy current test 6.65 3. Non-destructive testing 4. general statement.27 Calculate the Knoop hardness number from the test data.5 Analyse different metallographic aspects of fracture.1 Know what is fracture. 4.1 Identify the specifications of test samples for conducting Izod and charpy 8. 8. 4.11 Know the interpretation of radiograph. 3. necking phenomena.25 Tell the different Indentors and the loads used.23 Tell the principle of Rockwell superficial hardness test.12 Explain the effect of temperature on fatigue properties.1 Explain the need of non. Impact test 8. torsion and tension. 8. 8.salient features. effect of temperature.destructive test. 4. 6. 6. 1.7 Discuss the effect of stress concentration on fatigue.7 Know the stress – rupture test. 7. 5. 7. 3. industrial applications. 6.4 Explain the Griffith theory of brittle fracture.26 Find the applications of Tukon hardness test. Fracture 7. determination of torsional strength.8 Discuss the effect on surface roughness on fatigue. 6.2 Know the importance of Non.7 Know about circular magnetization 5.2 Explain the principle of operation of Izod and charpy impact tests. importance of torsion test.22 Convert the Rockwell to brinell hardness number.6 Know the factors which effect transition temperature.3 Know the essential features of creep test. 3.6 State the theories of fatigue – Orowon’s and Wood’s concept. 7. 8.16 Explain the test procedure for ultrasonic test.5 Define transition temperature. 8.8 Distinguish stress – rupture test and creep test.29 State the industrial applications of Shore scheleroscope.2 Know the importance of creep test. 6.9 Discuss the effect of surface residual stress on fatigue. 8.13 State the importance of ultrasonic test.14 State the principle of ultrasonic test. 6. 6. 7. 2. 5. Various feature.2nd Proof .0 Torsion test . 6. Tensile 6.11 Explain the effect of metallurgical variables on fatigue properties.Introduction.4 Define notch toughness 8.6 Tell the mechanism of creep. 8.3 Explain about Visual examination. 3. 8.5 State the principle of magnetic particle test.4 Plot the S-N curve from the test data and identify the endurance limit 8.3 Derive the equation for theoretical cohesive strength. 128 129 . True stress strain diagram. torsion equation. 8. 8.0 Tension Test .9 Know the de-magnetisation methods 5. 8. Fatigue test 8. 6.3 Define notch sensitivity.5 Know the presentation of creep data.5 Discuss typical fatigue failure. 5. Elastic constants.6 Know about longitudinal magnetization tests. 6.4 State the steps involved in dye penetrant test.24 Tell the importance of Rockwell superficial hardness test.21 Read the hardness value from the dial. Stress strain diagram .3 Explain loading systems – reverse bend.18 State the importance of Eddy current test. COURSE CONTENTS 6. 3. 4. 3. 8.2 Explain the different cycles of stress – Alternating.1 Define creep. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . 4.1 Know the importance of the fatigue test.10 State the principle of radiography 5.10 Discuss the effect of corrosion on fatigue properties.28 Discuss the importance of Rebound hardness test.12 Give the precautions while carrying out radiography. 8.19 State the principle of Eddy current test.

0 Fatigue test . Non-destructive testing – by Barry Hull and Vernon Jhon. The testing of metallic Materials – by A.V. Moulding Sands 10 13 1 1 8. ELBS.No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay Type Fatigue failures.0 Impact test . 3.Defination of hardness. Griffith theory of brittle fracture.Test specimens. Machine moulding 6 13 1 1 1. ductile and brittle fracture. test sample specifications. Cores 4 6 2 - 5. theory of fatigue.66 4. .core making. equipment REFERENCE BOOKS 7. Radiagraphy. pattern. Notch toughness. Subject Title : Foundry Technology Subject Code : Met-406 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .3 State the advantages and limitation of foundry as a production process. different cycles.Need for non destructive testing. Introduction 4 3 1 - 7.2nd Proof . 3. endurance limit. operation and applications Relevent derivations. Fluid Flow 6 10 . Dieter Equipment 2. Principles of metallographic Laboratory Practice – by Kehl 10 Defects in of castings 6 13 1 1 Total 75 110 10 8 OBJECTIVES On completion of the subject the student should be able to understand 1. various hardness FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY tests brinell. importance. Hand moulding tools and 4 3 1 - Ultrasonic and Eddy current test.0 Non Destructive testing . 8.0 Hareness test .2 List various pattern making material such as i) Wood ii) Metal iii) Plaster of paris.E. melting&pouring and cleanin& Inspection 1. 130 131 . 1.Importance.1 Define the terms foundry. Vicker micro hardness test. Dye penetrant. stress rupture test.0 Creep test . 6. Suryanarayana. S.4 List the basic steps involved in a casting process such as patten making.K. transition temperature. 1. Various non 4. Noteh sensitivity.0 Introduction 1. classification. Moulding processes 15 23 1 2 destructive tests. Rockwell . 1 9 Pouring and feeding of 10 13 1 1 3.0 Fracture . cohesive strength equation. sailent features of creep curve and 2. Magnetic particle. 2 Patterns 2. and Shore scleroscope- principales. 1. metallographic aspects of fracture. S-N Curve.Definition.1 State the functions of a pattern: 2. castings 4.2 Classify the foundries. TIME SCHEDULE 6. 1. metallurgical variables Periods of Marks Type and temperature on fatigue.Visual.Definition. Patterns 10 13 1 1 mechanism of creep. iv) Wax.5 Draw the flow sheet of a foundry plant. casting. principles of operation of testing machines. moulding. effect of surface. Periods/Week : 05 Periods per Semester : 75 5. Mechanical metallurgy – by G.

6 Define the term Clay and list different clays x) Master pattern 3. iii) Refractoriness. iv) Distortion. i) Machined. v) Match plate. 4. ix) Sweep. 4. Tensile. 3. vii) Skeleten pattern. 3.6 Explain various pattern allowances.4 List the ingredients in a core sand. 3. 3. 2. ii) Machining. 132 133 . ix) Collapsibility. v) Cohesiveness.1 Define the term core 3.2 State the functions of cores 3.67 i) Single piece. viii) Follow board.3 State the properties of core sand. v) Mould wall movement. xii) Compactability.5 Define pattern allowance.2 State different types of sands used in foundry. hot. 3. i) Green. vi) Adhesiveness. Compressive and shear Strengths 4. vii) Thermal Stability. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . xi) Moldability. 2. properties of moulding sand 2.4 Mention the types of patterns such as iv) Flowability. 3.7 Explain the effects of grain size.5 Explain the process of core making.1 State the basic ingradients of molding sand. Synthetic sand ii) Core backing 3. 3. i) Facing sand.3 Define the terms – Natural sand .3 State the relative advantages and limitations of the above materials. a) Sand grains b) Water c) Binder 4. 3. v) Quick setting compounds.5 Explain the properties of a good moulding Sand such as iv) Core assembly. iii) Back up sand ii) Unmachined. ii) Permeability.1 4.8 Write down the composition of i) Shrinkage. viii) Thermal expansion.7 State the importance of colour coding used on pattern.10 Define the term Sand additive iii) Loose piece. iv) Core sand.4 State the purpose of sand conditioning iii) Finishing and sizing of cores. iii) Draft. iii) Loam sand.11 State the function of the additives iv) Core print. vi) Cope and drag pattern. 4.8 Give the colours used for ii) Parting sand. ii) Dry sand.9 State the use of 2.6 State the function of chaplets. moisture content and clay content on the 2. dry .2nd Proof . 2. ii) Two piece/multi piece. Cores v) Parting surface. i) Green Sand. x) Reusability. iv) Gated. Moulding Sands 4. iii) Loose piece. a) silica b) Zircon c) olivine d) chromite i) Core making.

5. 5. Semi centrifugal.3 Explain the following casting processes their application and limitation. Molding processes vii) Bellows. v) Sand Slinger. True centrifugal. Riser. i) Permanent mould casting. Density. e) Hot box process 8. f) No bake process. 8. 8. 8. h) Replicast / Full mold process.5 Define Pressurised & unPressurised gating systems.6 Distinguish between leminar flow and Turbulent flow. Pouring and feeding of casting k) Squeeze casting. d) Graphite mould casting. 8.5 Understand the behaviour of liquids in motion.. 8. Machine moulding Equipment v) Pit and floor moulding 7. Hand moulding tools and equipment 9. x) Mould board.2 State the uses of the above tools. iii) Pouring temperature. 7. 9. 9. b) Sand Slinger.6 Explain the following processes. iv) Loam molding.cheek. Goose neck type. iv) Solidification characteristics.2 List the molding machines 5. 8. Centrifuging 7. 6.3 Explain with neat sketch the operation of 5. i) Turbulence – Laminar steady flow i) Mould boxes – cope – drag. g) Cold Box Process. iii) Centrifugal casting. (Briefly) iii) jolt-squeeze Roll over draw.1 State the advantages of machine moulding vi) Skin dried molding. 8.9 State Bernoulis eqution and its application. iv) Mold or Core blower.1 Define a Fluid a) Shell moulding. ii) Peen and Butt rammers.68 ii) Dry sand molding. 9.3 Define various properties of fluids – surface tension. specific weight. Fluid Flow 5. vi) Swab.4 Define Intensity of pressure.7 State the various types of energies and the total energy. 134 135 .1 Explain the process. ii) Squeezer.Gate.4 Define Gating Ratio. Runner. iv) Riddle. 8.1 Draw a diagram for feeding system of a casting: 5. v) Freezing temperature range. ix) Trowel. Viscosity and c) Carbondioxide process. iii) Core sand molding.1 Draw the neat sketches of the following hand moulding tools. 8. i) Green sand molding. application and limitations of viii) Vent wire. 6. i) V – Process. v) Gate cutter.2 Distinguish between Green sand molding & dry sand molding. j) Cement bonded molds. iii) Cleaners. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .2 Difference between compressible and incompressible b) Investment casting – Lost wax process.3 State the effect of 6. Cold chamber.7 state the importance of mould and core coatings. i) Jolt machine 5. ii) Pouring rate.2 Explain the function of pouring basin Sprue.8 Know about the velocity of a flowing liquid. a) Jolt-squeeze Roll over draw. ii) Die casting Hot chamber. 5. 9.4 Distinguish between hot chamber & cold chamber die casting. 7.5 Distinguish between true centrifugal & semi centrifugal. 9.2nd Proof .

Fluidity – factors. dry sand.69 9.10 State the functions of Riser in casting. their use.2nd Proof .14 Define directional & progressive soldification. Bernoult’s equation & practical 9. (Sketches and purpose only) iii) Chronivov’s principle. 9. Defects in Castings Feeding system. cold shuts and misrun. total energy. advantages and 1.7 Determine the dimensions of sprue. Types 10. Machine moulding equipment : Description and application of jolt squeezer. gate cutter. warpage of casting. shatter Index value. Moulding of riser. compressive & incompressive fluids. cold box process. pouring and cleaning.2 Explain the above defects with remedial measures hot tears. 3. Factors effecting riser efficiency. unmachined. Ingredients of a moulding sand. 9. Sprue design. h) Scabs i) hottears j) cold shuts. V. hot box process. Finishing of core & sizing core 9. 9. 8. Types of patterns. Hand moulding tools and equipment : Mould boxes. 10. skin dried molds.8 List the different types of gating systems moulds. No bake process. cement bonded molds. Basic steps involved in a sand casting process 2. core binders. Modern foundry Practice -by Hayward Their relative advantages and limitations. Properties of sand. applications. 4. filling the mould. metal penetration and rough surface. Patterns : Pattern and its function in a foundry. simple Progressive and directional solidification.15 Explain the factors affecting directional solidification. Pattern making materials. squeeze casting (Briefly). 136 137 . advantages and limitations. core prints. mould or core blower. Core making . pin holes. sand slinger roll over moulding machines. Effect of clay on strength. shrinkage cavity . Deffects in castings : Moulding defects. loam moulds. Factors involved. solidification characteristics freezing temperature range & fluidity. 7. Pouring and feeding of casting: Pouring. pit and floor moulding. g) Rough surface. 9. trovel. Foundry Technology -by P. application.9 State the advantages and limitations of – Top gating. core sands. expansion .6 Give the suitable gating ratios for different applications. viscosity & surface tension of fluid. Scabs. assembly. Shrinkage. peen and butt i) modulus( Location of riser) rammers cleaner. blow holes. Design of gate.13 State the caine’s principle pressure. iv) Importance of (V/A) ratio. Lal 2. riddle. runner and gate for simple casting pro. Type of foundries. vent wire. 5 Molding processes : i) Sand moulding : Green sand. ing line gating replicost process fluid sand process . Moulding Sands Sand moulds: Green and dry sand moulds. melting. bellows.process. moulding. permeability and water content. cess. draw spike. Additives . Foundry Technology -by M. . Properties of core sands. Their applications. swell. Pattern allowances.shifts. Bottom gating and part- pressure molding. sand testing methods.1 List out various casting defects: of Gates. core ingredients. of liquids. slag holes. Chills. density. factors a) shifts b) blow holes c) Pin holes d) Porosity involved in the design and their importance. Principles of metal casting -by Heine and Rosenthal limitation of foundry. core making. pressure. eliminating slag and dross.11 Describe the factors involved in Riser design 6.L Jain such as pattern making. Risers : Function. porosity. 10. Chevinrou’s rule & Caine’s method. ii) Size and shape of riser mould board. Blind specific weight . Cores :Function of cores. core oils. potential & kinetic energy 9. Runners.12 Types of Risers – Open. Sand conditioning its effect on mould. Intensity of 9. High 9. COURSE CONTENTS REFERENCE BOOKS INTRODUCTION : Foundry as a production process.Types of sands 4. Fluid Flow : Definition of fluid. swab. loose piece. Pattern colour codes: Machined. 9. use of chaplets. parting line 3. core sand D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . K) miss run 10. equation of continuity. Special casting processes. e) shrinkage cavity f) metal penetration. Sand grains.Flow of liquids: Types of flow.

5 Study the effect of temperature on properties and grain size of steel 2. 1. ultimate tensile strength. 8 Study the effect of temperature on cold worked Brass. materials. HEAT TREATMENT LAB MATERIAL TESTING LAB-I Subject title : Heat Treatment Lab Subject title : Material Testing Lab-I D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Determine the Impact strength of the given material by using Charpy impact test. test. curve from the test data. Determine the Impact strength of the given material by using Izod impact 10 Study the effect of tempering temperature on properties of steels. Know how to conduct tensile test on U.T. using Rockwell hardening. to plot the stress –strain 3 Study the effect of carbon content on hardness of steel. using Brinell hardness testing .70 Subject code : Met 407 Subject Code : Met 408 Periods/week : 06 Periods / week : 03 Periods/semester : 90 Periods / semester : 45 List of experiments List of experiments Material testing 1 Study the effect of annealing on properties of steel.hacksaw blades. 6. Determine the hardness of thin specimens such as Razar blades. 7 Study the effect of section size of steel on degree & depth of 3. using Rockwell superficial hardness tester. percentage elongation & percentage 4 Study the effect of normalizing on hardness and microstructure of steel.ferrous 6 Conduct the Jominey – end quench test to determine the hardenbility. Breaking stress. Determine hardness of ferrous and non-ferrous materials. thin sheets. 9 Study the effect of precipitation hardening of Aluminium alloy. Determine the Brinell hardness number of ferrous and non. reduction in area. yield strength. 2 Study the effect of quenching media on hardness of steel.2nd Proof .M. hardness tester. 4. determination of elastic limit. 5. 138 139 .

Determine the effect of moisture content on the bonding properties & permeability of the given molding sand 9.71 Subject title : Foundry Lab Subject Code : Met. washer.409 Periods / week : 03 Periods / semester : 45 List of experiments FOUNDRY Upon the completion of the course the student will be able to 1. Determine green shear & green compression & dry shear & dry compression strength of the given molding sand and core sand.2nd Proof . V &VI SEMESTERS 5. Prepare cores by using different core boxes. Determine the AFS grain size number of the given sand by using sieve shaker 3. Determine the hardness of the given molding sand and core sand 6. FOUNDRY LAB D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Determine the permeability of the given molding sand 8. Determine the moisture content of the given molding sand. Determine the clay content of the given sand by using rapid sand 4. 140 141 . 7. Prepare Green sand mold cavity with the given pattern by using Cope & Drag flasks 2. Determine the effect of clay content on the bonding properties & permeability of the given molding sand 10.

General conduct during the period 7 detailed flow diagrams etc. Operational troubles and preventive measures 8. These are to be tracing. 6. Problem solving skills 8 7. Maintenance of dairy 10 4. period of training 3. pressure.0 Understand the various stages involved in processing.0 Know the various operations in each process parameters.2 Understand the arrangement of various process equipment in systematic consisting faculty members and Head of Dept.4 Identify the side reactions in each process plant.2nd Proof . The assessment during third and six months (i. flow level etc.1 Know preventive precautions of the same for each equipment in each process 8.) 14. Comprehension and observation 7 7. ASSESSMENT SCHEME 5. The assessment shall be carried out by a committee comprising of 1. Marks 5. Process descriptions (Process flow diagrams and line tracing.1 Understand the various intermediates produced and their further 3. Name of the Parameter Max. A candidate shall be assessed twice in each spell of industrial training i. 9.2 Apply unit operations theory learned at the Institution Parameter 5.2 Startup and shut down procedures for the equipment and plant. pressure. Safety aspects (personnel. Ability to communicate 8 1. Safety&Environmental consciousness 5 10. b) a staff member of the concerned section of the polytechnic. concerned. Supervising ability 8 2. No. Application of knowledge 8 7. SANDWICH DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING (CURRICULUM C- 09) INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHEME V/VI SEMESTERS V & VI SEMESTERS (PRACTICAL TRAINING I/II SPELLS) D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . equipment etc.0 Know importance process variables required to be maintained in each 5. Manual skills 6 6. sequential 4.2 Know the final products. Operations and process in each process 6. each carry 100 marks for the progress made during the corresponding uses and applications. 13. Process instrumentation 9.2 Know the inter relationship among various department/sections 2. for the training report 30 arrangement of different equipment. evaluated at the institution at the end of each spell of training by a committee 3. on the basis of the following parameters.e. Familiarity with Technical terms 8 department 3.1 Understand the unit operations principles Allotted for each 5. The remaining 100 marks are allotted as follows. 2.0 Know the various raw materials used as feed stock and chemical a) representative of the Industry where the candidate is undergoing training composition and their source. Familiarity with tools and material 8 6.1 Understand the effects of changes of process parameters. Process parameters (such as temp..3 Know the various processes 1.) 142 143 .1 Know the function of each department/section 2.1 Understand the experimental methods to find out the compositions and 4. Organizational set up 12. Draw the block flow diagram. detail flow diagram of each process after line marks. student will be able to during third and six months.0 Know the trouble shooting in process operation 7. 2. finally before he/she completes the industrial 1. 4. its composition and its commercial importance’s. log book 30 marks and for seminar 40 marks.72 Duration : 6 months (each semester) OBJECTIVES On completion of a spell of practical training in a Metallurgical or allied industry. S. intermediates and final products 5. Raw materials. manner in a less possible area of site. Human relations 6 COURSE CONTENTS 11.) Total: 100 5. 6. intermediates and end products 7.e the end of training) shall processing and/or waste disposal. Quality control of raw materials.0 Know the various analytical methods used in the quality control 2. Attendance and punctuality 6 5. intermediates and end products 3. 4.2 Operate various analytical instruments that are used in laboratory.0 Know the organizational set up from top executive to training) workmen level 1. the 1. The progress made during the end of each assessment will be evaluated process equipment of each unit like temperature. Attitude towards job 5 physical properties of various raw materials.

Marks 1. During Industrial training the candidate shall put a minimum of 90% attendance. Marks o Nature Item Max. V SEMESTER VI SEMESTER SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION (PRACTICAL TRAINING) (PRACTICAL TRAINING) D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .The Industrial training shall carry 300 marks and pass marks is 50%. A candidate failing to secure the minimum marks should complete it at his own expenses.2nd Proof . 2. Practical 6 Months At the Industry 1 Practical 6 Months At the Industry training in a Viva 1) First Assessment . A candidate Total for V semester 300 failing to secure the minimum marks should complete it at his own expenses.73 S Subject Duration Scheme of Examination S Subject Duration Scheme of Examination N N o Nature Item Max. 144 145 . training in Viva 1) First Assessment metallurgica Voce (During 3rd month) 100 a Voce (During 3rd month) 100 l Industry or & Log metallurgi & allied book 2) Second Assessment Industry (During 6th month ) 100 cal Log 2) Second Assessment Industry book (During 6th month ) 100 or allied At the Institution Industry 4 ) Log Book 30 At the Institution 5) Training Report 30 6) Seminar on training 40 4 ) Log Book 30 5) Training Report 30 Total for V semester 300 6) Seminar on training 40 1. 2. 1. During Industrial training the candidate shall put a minimum of 90% attendance.The Industrial training shall carry 300 marks and pass marks is 50%.

ENGLISH-IV Subject Title : English-IV Subject Code : Met -701 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .2nd Proof .74 Periods/Week : 02 Periods per semester : 30 VII Semester 146 147 .

1 Understand types of ownerships 2. 2.3 Understand salient features of joint stock companies. 1.6 Differentiate between management and administration. commerce (Trade) and business. 2.3 Understand the evolution of management 1.5 Understand functions of Management. Industrial legislation & safety 8 13 01 01 7.2 Differentiate types of ownerships.75 Entrepreneurship Subject Code : MET –702 Periods/Week : 05 Periods per Semester : 75 TIME SCHEDULE S. Materials Management 10 16 02 01 5. Principles and functions of 5 08 01 ½ Management 2. No.0 Understand the principles of management as applied to industry.2nd Proof .Sales & Feasibility 12 13 01 01 study 6. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP (COMMON with DME) Subject Title : Industrial Management And D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .0 Know types of ownerships. 2. 148 149 . the organisation structure of an industry and the behaviour of an individual in an organisation. Organisation structure & 10 21 02 1½ organisational behaviour 3 Production Management 10 13 01 01 4.M. 1. Introduction to ISO 9000 & T. Major Topics Periods Weightage Short Essay Answer Type Of Question Questions s Marks 1.2 Know the need for management. 1. 10 13 01 01 8 Role of Enterprenuer and 10 13 01 01 Enterprenuerial Development Total 75 110 10 08 OBJECTIVES On completion of the course the student will be able to 1.4 Explain the principles of scientific management. 1.Q. Marketing . 1.1 Define industry.

oligarchy. 5.11 Explain purchasing procedures.e.14 Decide the location. 5.12 List out purchase records.7 Differentiate product and production analysis. 2.12 Outline the selection process. 5. 5.5 Explain routing methods.4 Differentiate Sellers and Buyers’ market. 5. 3.15 State Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs. i.1 Explain marketing functions. organisations. 2.1 Describe employer and employee relations. and perfect competition. 5.17 List out different products currently in demand with market or industry.6 Derive an expression for economic ordering quantity. 150 151 .13 Define the main policy requirements.10 List out the elements of cost. 4. 2. 2.0 Comprehend the provisions of industrial legislation in India. 5. 5.14 State motivation theories. sales and feasibility study. 5.5 Define reorder level. 5.8 Identify the input materials. 6.2 Derive expression for inventory control. 2.13 Describe the stores equipment 2. 3. 4.3 Explain ABC analysis. 2.10 Conduct for analysis.6 Conduct market and demand surveys. 3.17 Explain the trait theory of leadership.18 Explain behavioural theory of Leadership.16 List out different leadership models.6 Explain scheduling methods. 3.2 Explain Sales function. 3.2nd Proof .9 Understand organisational behaviour.7 List different departments in a large scale industry.12 Explain break-even analysis.11 Assess the incurring applicants.7 Explain dispatching.0 Understand the role of materials management industries. 5. Bill of materials 3. 5. staff and Functional organisations.13 Understand the sources of manpower. planning and control. 5.8 Explain the factors of effective organisation. 2. 2.0 Understand marketing. 2.3 State the need for planning and it’s advantages.4 Understand the philosophy and need of organisation structure of an 4. staff and functional 4. & Safety 4. 6. 4.0 Understand the different aspects of production management.8 Draw PERT/CPM networks.7 Explain stock layout.15 Evaluate Economic and Technical factors. 3. 2.3 List out market conditions. 5. 4.4 Explain the stages of Production. procedures 4. 2. 5.9 Explain the concept of cost. 2.9 Explain the Bin card. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . 2. 2.1 Differentiate and integrate production. 5.9 Identify the critical path. 4. 4. 3.5 Differentiate monopoly. 3. 4. 5.5 Understand the line.1 Explain the role of the materials in Industry. 6.20 Outline the communication process.76 2.6 List the advantages and limitations of line. 3. 4.2 Describe the mechanics of Trade Unions. 2.10 Describe Cardex method.2 Relate the production department with other departments. 4.4 Define safety stock.19 Explain the process of decision Making.8 List out stores records. 4. 5. planning and control.16 Preparation of feasibility study.11 Explain the concept of contribution. industry.3 Describe mechanics of settlement of in outs. 6.

Effective organisation. 6. Industrial Legislation & safety. Manpower. re-order. Sellers and Buyers markets.0 Understand the role of entrepreneur in economic development and in improving the quality of life.14 List out different hazards in the Industry.5 List out Welfare activities. 6. 8. 8.11 List out the important provisions related to safety.6 Outline the expectations of Entrepreneurship. scheduling. 6. 8. Job analysis. Consumer desires etc. Line and Staff and functional organisations. 8. Role of industry. 1.9 List the beneficiaries of ISO 9000.4 Explain the significance of collective bargain. Electronics. . inventory control model. Partnership. 8. Economic and Technical Evaluation. 6. 8.0 Understand ISO 9000 & TQM. 8. 6. 7. Safety stock.13 Explain hazard and accident. motivation. Types of ownership – Sole proprietorship. communication. Location. 6. preparation of Feasibility study reports. Market Survey. 8. Cardex.2nd Proof . 3. Principles of Scientific Management. ABC Analysis. Electrical. Routing. Industrial Cooperatives. selection. Mechanical.1 Understand the concept of quality. purchase records.1 Outline the concepts of Entrepreneurship. 6. Production Management. despatching. Materials Management.2 Define the word entrepreneur. perfect competition.77 6. relation with other departments.10 Explain the importance of safety at Work place.7 Determine the role of entrepreneurs in promoting Small Scale Industries.7 Explain the total welfare concept. planning and control. Marketing. level. Sales & Feasibility Study 8. PERT and systems.7 State the constituents of ISO 9000 series of standards for quality planning and its advantages.15 Explain the causes of accidents. Stores records.5 Know the evolution of ISO standards. 152 153 . monopoly. Evolution of management 6. 7. types 7. Materials in industry. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .11 Outline the method of plant layout. Product and production 8. 6. Philosophy. COURSE CONTENTS 6. 8.12 List the financial assistance programmes.6 Discuss ISO standards and ISO 9000 series of quality systems. Sales.8 Describe the details of self-employment schemes. Difference of administration and management. Stores layout. need for 7. Market conditions. 8. Public limited company. Materials input.10 Understand 5-S principles and ZERO DEFECT. Contribution. 7.9 Explain the method of product selection.4 Know the Indian Standards on quality systems.16 Explain the direct and indirect cost of accidents. 6. 7.3 Determine the role of Entrepreneurship. Analysis. 8. simple problems. Advantages and limitations. 7.3 Know the principles of quality Assurance. Cost Elements of Cost. 6. Break even analysis.13 List out the organisations that help an entrepreneur. Commerce and Business. CPM. 5. different theories. 7.2 Know the quality systems and elements of quality systems. purchasing procedures. oligarchy. 6.5 Explain the requirements of an entrepreneur.8 State the outstanding features and drawbacks of ISO 9000 series of 4. 6.different products – 8. 2.4 Describe the profile of an entrepreneur. Marketing. Bin card. act1923. Economic ordering quantity. Definitions of Industry. functions of management. Leadership in organisation. Principles and functions of management.10 Explain the method of site selection.12 Explain the significance and mechanics of safety education. consumer items.8 List out the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers. of Organisations. 7.9 List out the salient features of Indian Factories Act. stores equipment. Pricing Policies. departments in a large scale industry. standards. Private 7. limited.17 List out provisions of Indian Electricity Rules laid in the electricity theories. 7. decision making.6 List out subsidy schemes. Assessing applicants. Organisation Structure & organisational behaviour. Production.

Crosby W.78 Subject Code : Met – 703 Provisions. Indian Electricity rules. profile and requirement. 154 155 . On the completion of the course the student will be able to understand Drawbacks of ISO 9000 series of standards. purchaser Mechanisms 3 Mechanical working of 6 10 . Edward. Welfare activities.6 Define 2. selection. Periods/Semester : 75 7. 4 Rolling 10 16 2 1 Principles of quality assurance – Definition of quality assurance. quality systems. 5-S Treatments principles – importance – meaning – approach – benefits 9 Powder Metallurgy 10 13 1 1 Total 75 110 10 8 Various standards under ISO – Outstanding features of ISO 9000 series of standards – ISO 9000 Phenomenon ISO 9000 series of quality systems – OBJECTIVES Constituents of ISO 9000 series of standards for quality systems. S.S. financial assistance programmes. S. Trade. Genichi Taguchi.5 Classify Lattice defects. Publishers. Salient features Subject Title : Mechanical Metallurgy of Indian Factories Act. Interstitial impurity 6. Introduction to ISO 9000 and TQM. design control. definition. Important of Safety at work places.P Khanna 1. Hazards. 1. Weightage Short Essay Quality systems – Definitions of the terms used in quality systems like. causes of accidents. Employer – Employee relations. Cost of Periods/week : 05 accidents. IS 14001: 1990. 1 – supplied product. Concept.by Buffa.4 Define Lattice Defect.B. process control. Institutional support needed. quality management. Self – employment schemes. 8 Thermo Mechanical 3 3 1 - Know the necessity of International standards – Evolution of ISO. 1 14000 : 1990. d. Plastic deformation of Metals 8.2nd Proof . b. a. rights and responsibilities and Employers and employees.3 Calculate the Planar Density for different planes. Chennai. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Engineering Economics and Management Science . Entrepreneurship – by NITTT&R. Personnel Management by Flippo. Union Settlement of disputes. 2 Strengthening 10 13 1 1 contract review. document control. MECHANICAL METALLURGY collective bargaining. Total Welfare concept. IS 6 Forging 8 13 1 1 7 Sheet metal forming 6 10 . list the beneficiaries of ISO 9000 (Whom does ISO 9000 help). 1. 1. Product selection. Shigco Shingo. IS 14003: processes 1990. quality control and 1 Plastic deformation of 14 19 3 1 quality assurance. 1. c. Joseph M. Concept of quality discussed by B. 1. Metals Inspection and testing. Industrial Engineering and Management -by O.I. Role of Entrepreneur & Entrepreneurial Development. site Directions. Substitutional impurity 5. plant layout. TIME SHEDULE Jura Kooru Ishikawa. entrepreneurship Vs Management. Safety Education. subsidies.I Hand Book by S.2 Find out the Miller & Miller Bravias indices for Different Planes and promotion of S. IS 14002 : 1990. Quality system.S.by Banga & Sharma. Production Management. factories Act- D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Metals Elements quality systems : Management responsibility. product identification and traceability. expectation.1 Know Miller & Miller Bravias Indices.No Major Topics Periods of Marks Questions Questions quality policy. Point Defect 3. IS 14004 : 1990. purchasing. role. Deming. 5 Extrusion 8 13 1 1 Indian standards on quality systems – Main features of IS 13999 : 1990. Vacancy 4. 1.P.

4.1 Define Extrusion 1. crystals. 5.C.S.2 Classify the forging operations.5 Explain Precipitation Hardening. & H.C and H.5 Discuss the variables in extrusion processes. 2. 3.P. 6. 4. 3.9 Explain various types of rolling defects and their remedies. 2. 3. 1.3 List out the advantages and disadvantages of hot working and cold working. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .R. 5. 4. 5. 2.20 Explain Twinning.8 List the different shapes and types of grooves. 2.C. 5. 1. single crystal.6 Summarize the main variables in rolling. re-crystallization and grain growth. 1. Fullering.4 Tell the Necessity of annealing to cold worked metal. 4.1 Explain strain hardening of a F. 4. Mechanical Working of Metals. stacking faults. 6.8 Define dislocation.10 Explain Edge Dislocation and Screw dislocation. Strengthening Mechanisms. 3.8 Explain the production of seamless pipes.21 Differentiate annealed & mechanical twins. 5.7 Define the re-crystallization temperature.7 Give the relation between number of vacancies and temperature 3.6 Explain recovery.17 Define Critical Resolved Shear Stress (C.C. 3.12 Define slip and slip system.1 Define Rolling. 4. 1.S for a single crystal.2 Define hot working & Cold working.14 Explain Slip with both Edge & Screw Dislocations. 4. 6. 1.C. Extrusion 1. 3.11 Know burgers vector and burgers circuit.C. 5.15 Explain Dislocation climb & Cross slip.2 Explain the rolling process.1 List different Strengthening mechanisms.3 Explain the open–die forging operations of Edging. 1.5 State the principles underlying the upset forging.7 Tell the extrusion defects and their remedies.2 Classify the extrusion processes.8 Explain the variables influencing the re-crystallization. 1. 6.4 Explain Grain Boundary Strengthening.5 State various stages in annealing.9 Discuss about wire drawing process. 3. 156 157 . 3. 1. Drawing down.3 Differentiate the direct and indirect extrusion processess. 4.6 Explain the extrusion of tubes. 5.79 1.18 Derive C. 5..23 Compare Slip with Twinning. 2.19 Explain the low angle grain boundaries.3 Generalize the forces and geometrical relationships involved in rolling 1.C.C.16 Differentiate Edge & Screw Dislocations. 5.9 Define edge and screw dislocation.. 2.25 Tell the Bauschinger effect. 1. 4.S. 1. F. 1.3 Explain Solid Solution Strengthening.5 Derive the Expression for Maximum Reduction in Rolling.C.R.4 Derive the Limiting Condition for Rolling (prove µ = tanα). 5. 6. 6 Forging 2.C.6 Explain the process of manufacture of bolt head. and the types of products to be manufactured.22 Identify twin planes of B.P.C. 1.7 Explain Yield point phenomenon & Strain Ageing.4 Specify the importance of rotary swaging.1 Define Mechanical working of Metals 6.6 Explain Dispersion Hardening. Swaging. Punching & Piercing. B.S). Rolling 1.13 List the slip systems for F.4 List the extrusion equipment. 2.1 Define Forging.2nd Proof .24 Define Jog & sessile dislocation.7 Classify the rolling mills with respect to number of rolls in each stand 1. 1. 4.C.

Punching & Piercing. rolling. Bauschinger effect. Carbonil Process. Twin planes of B. Critical 7. Mechanical Metallurgy . Variables in rolling. Solid 7. Thermal Reduction.8 Explain in detail the closed – die forging operation. stretch forming.10 Explain the re-drawing process 5. Direct and Indirect extrusion process.P. Lattice Defects. Extrusion of tubes. forging.7 Explain the uses of deep drawing process and it’s importance. 3. spinning.4 Explain the shearing and blanking processes..IV-IV . 2. Rolling.Mechanical Treatments. Twinning. 1. Solution Strengthening.0 Powder Metallurgy : Various steps involved in Powder Metallurgy.3 State Marforming treatment and its industrial importance.5 Explain the bending operations. COURSE CONTENTS 6.2 List various steps involved in the production of Powder Metallurgy parts 7. single crystal.1 State the importance of Powder Metallurgy. Slip and Slip system. earing and their remedy.0 Plastic deformation of Metals : Miller & Miller Bravis Indices for Planes and 6. Process of manufacture of bolt head. bending operations. 6. Higgins 9.80 for F.0 Sheet Metal Forming : Rubber forming.9 State the applications of Powder Metallurgy.C. Elec 9.9 Tell the various forging defects and their remedies. c. crystals. 7. Thermal Reduction.7 Explain Infiltration & Impregnation.C.C. uses of deep a. Slip systems D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Swaging.3 Explain production of Metal Powders through shearing and blanking. Directions. product defects – orange peel effect. 9. F.0 Mechanical working of Metals: Hot working & Cold working.0 Rolling : Rolling Process.1 Explain Rubber forming operation and it’s importance. different shapes and types of grooves. Grain Boundary Strengthening.5 Explain Die Compaction and Iso . Forces and geometrical relationships involved in 7. stacking faults. 9. variables in extrusion process.C and H. closed – die forging operations. 7. d.Sinha 158 159 . Planar Density.Static Compaction. Roll forming process. Jog & sessile dislocation.Bashforth 9. process.C.P. Thermo . 8. Principles of upset 9.1 State Iso-forming treatment and its industrial importance. Recovery..by R. 9. Atomization.0 Thermo .by G. stretcher strains. 3. Wire drawing 8.E. Drawing down. Rolling defects and their remedies. Limiting Condition for Rolling ( µ = tan α). deep drawing process. & H. re-drawing process. Dispersion Hardening. Mar forming. cold heading process for the 9. crystallization. 7. 6. Re-crystallization and Grain Growth.C.8 Discuss the deep drawing process.Mechanical Treatments: Iso-forming.2 State Ausforming treatment and its industrial importance. Variables influencing the re- 7. Dislocation Climb & Cross slip. 7. Carbonyl Process.2 Explain the spinning process. equipment. Filleting. 7. Maximum Reduction in stretcher strains.. Dieter 9. 4. Enginering Metallurgy Vol. Atomization. Introduction to powder Metallurgy . 2. deep drawn b. Powder Metallurgy. manufacture of Nails.II . Classification of rolling mills. Production of seamless pipes. Precipitation Hardening.4 State the Characteristics of Metal powders. earing and their remedy. manufacture of Iron and steel vol.9 Discuss the various deep drawn product defects – orange peel effect. 8. extrusion 8.C. Sheet Metal Forming Resolved Shear Stress.C.C.C.C.C. Re-crystallization Temperature. Necessity of 7.6 Explain the Sintering Mechanism.0 Extrusion : Extrusion. B. 9. drawing process and their importance. REFERENCE BOOKS 9.2nd Proof . annealing to cold worked metal. Open die forging operations Edging.8 Discuss the Advantages and Limitations of Powder Metallurgy. Electrolytic Deposition. Ausforming. 4.3 Explain the Roll forming process.7 Explain the cold heading process for manufacture of Nails. defects and their remedies.6 Explain stretch forming process.0 Strengthening Mechanisms: Strain hardening of a F. Rotary swaging.0 Forging: Forging. forging defects and their remedies. Low angle grain boundaries. 1. Extrusion 8. 7. Yield point phenomenon & Strain Ageing.

1. 2.17 Explain fire refining operation.81 Periods / Week : 05 1.17 Define anodizing. 1.7 List the copper extraction plants in India. 4.0 Zinc extraction 1.multiple systems & series systems.6 Explain purification of bauxite by Bayer process Total 75 110 10 8 2. 2..0 Copper extraction 2. 3.8 State the reasons for the unfeasibility of carbothermic reduction of alumina After the completion of the course the students will be able to: 2.13 State the causes & remedies of anode effect. 7.9 State the purpose of roasting. 2. 160 161 . 1. Titanium Extraction 6 13 1 1 2.13 Define converting.16 Explain the Gadau process of refining.2 State the effect of impurities on properties.8 State the extraction techniques of copper. 3. 6.4 List the deposits of zinc in India 1.4 List extraction plants of aluminium in India. 3. flash smelting.16 State the advantages of side blown converter.No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay Type 2.12 State the advantages of Flash smelting over reverberatory smelting 3. Lead Extraction 8 13 1 1 5. 1.3 State the deposits of Aluminium in India. 1. 1.10 Explain the construction &operation of reduction cell. 2.9 State the important steps in the pyrometallurgical extraction of copper. 1.0 Aluminum extraction Periods of Marks Type 2. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .5 State the native ores. and sulphide ores. Thorium Extraction 6 13 1 1 2. NON – FERROUS EXTRACTIVE METALLURGY 1.5 State the steps in the extraction of aluminium. Zirconium Extraction 6 13 1 1 8.6 List the extraction Methods & techniques.2nd Proof .9 State the role of Cryolite in the electrolytic reduction of alumina. 3. 1. 3.14 State the purpose of converting.15 Explain the Hoope’s process.10 Explain hydrometallurgical extraction of copper with flow sheet Periods per Semester : 75 1. 1.12 Define Anode effect.9 Explain the smelting of oxide & sulphide ores. 2. 1.3 Know the ores & their chemical composition.1 List the properties 2.4 Classify the ores. oxide ores.22 State the recent extraction techniques in copper extraction S.21 Explain the recovery of precious Metals with flow sheet TIME SHEDULE 1. 1.15 Explain the two stages of converting with chemical reactions.7 Understand the factors effecting Bayer process OBJECTIVES 2. 3.5 List the extraction plants in India 1. Magnesium Extraction 6 13 1 1 2.2 State the different ores with chemical composition. Copper Extraction 19 16 2 1 2.18 Explain electrolytic refining. 1.11 Explain factors effecting Hall-Heroult process.1 State the properties and applications of aluminium 1.8 Explain roasting process.7 Explain pyrometallurigical extraction.14 Know the necessity of refining Aluminium. Zinc Extraction 8 13 1 1 2. 1. Aluminium Extraction 16 16 2 1 2.11 Explain the reverberatory smelting.1 List the properties and uses of zinc.8 Explain roasting. 3.6 Give the chemical composition of the ore. 3. 1. 3.3 Appreciate the uses. 2. 1.12 Define the grade of matte. Subject Title : Non – Ferrous Extractive Metallurgy Subject Code : Met – 704 1. 1.

14 Explain the blast furnace method of production of zinc(imperial smelting (krolls process). 4.4 Know the treatment of illuminate for up gradation. 3. Extraction Plants in 162 163 .9 Explain the production of mill products from sponge metal with nflow 4.11 Explain the horizontal retort process. 8.2 State the ores & their chemical composition. 7.1 State the properties of zirconium.3 Name the ores of zirconium. 4.10 Define distillation.7 Understand the chemistry.4 List the extraction plants in India.6 Explain the Dow’s process of ‘Mg’ extraction.3 List the ores & deposits of thorium in India. 5.6 Explain the smelting process in blast furnace. 6. 4. 4.5 Know the extraction techniques. 7. 5.2 Name the ores & chemical composition. 5.4 List the extraction plants of Mg in India 8.16 Understand galvanizing.5 Distinguish between Acid leaching and alkali leaching of Monazite 5.2 Know the applications of zirconium. 6.3 Understand the metallothermic reduction of halides. ores. 7.11 Draw the flow diagram for the production of zirconium metal 5. 3. 4. 6. fractional crystallization Methods.4 Understand the treatment of zircon.0 Titanium extraction 8.8 Know the products.9 Explain the purification of titanium by Vanarkell’s iodide process. 5.9 Explain the treatment of base bullion. 7.5 Mention the Methods of separating the hafnium from zirconium.5 Explain the sinter – Roasting of lead ores with chemistry 7. 3. COURSE CONTENTS: 1. Deposits. D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .6 Explain the production of titanium by reduction of titanium tetrachloride 3.12 Explain the parke’s process of desilversation of lead. 3.3 List the deposits in India 7. flowsheet.12 Explain the vertical retort process.7 State the advantages of Mg + Na alloy reduction over Mg reduction 3.2nd Proof .1 List the properties & uses.0 Zirconium extraction 4.1 State the properties. sheet 4. 6. 7. 6. process) 6. 7.10 Define drossing.0 Lead extraction 7.3 List the deposits in India. 6.1 state the properties and applications of titanium.1 List the properties & uses 8.6 Know the solvent extraction.2 Name the ores & their chemical composition.15 Explain the hydrometallurgical techniques for the production of zinc with 6.10 Know the production of zirconium powder. 4. 7. 6. 8.2 State the applications of thorium.82 3. 5. 3. 7. 8.10 List the recent extraction techniques in the extraction of titanium 4.8 Explain melting of titanium sponge.0 Magnesium extraction powder.11 Define cupellation. 5.13 Distinguish between vertical retort and horizontal retort process.0 Thorium extraction.13 Explain the electrothermic production of zinc. 7. 8.8 Explain the production of zirconium sponge with flow sheet 4.7 Explain the production of pure zirconium oxide with flow sheet 4. 6. 6. 4.4 Explain treatment of Monazite sands (alkali leaching).7 Explain the pidgeon process. uses.6 Understand the Methods of production of Thorium metal. 8.5 Explain the chlorination of titanium oxide.7 Draw the flow sheet for the production of reactor grade thorium nitrate.0 Copper Extraction Properties.

Swaroop (a) Grey cast iron (b) White cast iron. Copper Foundry Practice 7 13 1 1 6.6 Explain the melt control tests (a) Chill test (b) Spiral fluidity test. grey cast iron. Treatment of Zircon. Extraction plants in Subject Code : Met-705 India. Treatment of Monazite sands. Vertical Retort process.2 Describe the mechanical structure of cupola with a sketch. pyro metallurgical Extraction. Electrolytic refining.0 Zirconium Extraction Properties. Types of Cast Iron Alkali Leaching. production of pure zirconium oxide. 2. Fractional crystallization. Properties. Non-ferrous extractive metallurgy – by Dennis 1.0 Magnesium Extraction Properties.No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay smelting process. Zirconium Metal powder. extraction plants in India. Treatment of base bullion. 2. ALCOA Periods per Semester : 75 process 3. 2. deposits. ores. 6. reveberatory smelting. Melting of Cast Irons 13 13 1 1 roasting. Ores.0 Zinc Extraction: Properties uses. Elements of metallurgy – by Dr. smelting in Blast Furnace.6 State the micro constituents present in cast irons. Bayer process. chlorination. converting. Grey Iron 14 16 2 1 Refining of lead.0 Titanium extraction Properties. deposits. TIME SCHEDULE Extraction Methods. Periods/Week : 05 Layer process. Fire refining. Flash METAL CASTING TECHNOLOGY smelting. OBJECTIVES Zirconium sponge. 4. Hoope’s process. Geadau process. Non-ferrous Extractive metallurgy – by Ray. metallothermic 8. white cast iron. refining of Aluminum.4 Describe various zones with chemical reactions. Pyro metallurgical Extraction. malleable iron . Aluminium Foundry practice 7 13 1 1 7. Applications. distillation. Metal News – Published by IIM. Roasting. On the completion of the course the student will be able to: 8.0 Thorium Extraction. Imperial S. 3. Malleable Iron 7 13 1 1 Dow process.3 Explain various steps in the operation of cupola. Pidgeon process. ores. Three. Anodizing. Treatment of Ilmenite. Horizontal Retort. Vanarkell’s 9 Cleaning & Salvage of castings 6 13 1 1 process. production of reactor 1. Steel Foundry Practice 6 13 1 1 reduction. The types of Cast Irons 5 3 1 - 4. 2. Kolkata 1. Ductile Iron 10 13 1 1 5. deposits. 164 165 . uses. 1. Hydro metallurgy. 1. 2.5 Explain the principles of cupola operation. Uses. Melting of cast irons 2. Hydrometallurgy of copper. 3.1 Define the terms cast iron. 2. Solvent extraction. Electro thermic reduction. Methods of Thorium Metal production. Parke’s process of desilverisation. Deposits. India.83 2. Recovery of precious Metals.0 Lead Extraction: Properties. roasting.2nd Proof . Galvanizing. ores. 4. uses.3 Define graphitisation.0 Aluminum Extraction Properties. chilled cast grade thorium nitrate iron. Abraham & Sridhar 1. Extraction plants.1 State the advantages & limitations of cupola.5 Explain the solidification process of cast irons. ores. nodular iron and compacted grayIron REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Zircalloy -2 Tubes. 2. 2. Hall Heroult’s process. uses. ores. Uses. Total 75 110 10 8 7. deposits. Periods of Marks Type Type 1. kroll’s process. ores.4 State the factors effecting graphitisation. 5.2 Express the composition of various cast irons 1. Subject Title : Metal Casting Technology D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . sintering.

10 State the principle of Induction melting.1 List out the various cleaning operations.6 Draw the microstructure of white & black heart malleable iron. drossing. 5.2 state the moulding procedures used in a copper alloy foundry 3.7 State effect of unpressurised gating systems for aluminium castings 3. 5. 6.7 List the methods of producing black heart malleable iron.1 State the moulding processes used in steel foundry.8 Explain the different casting defects in aluminium castings with remedial 3. 6. 2. 3. 3. casting 4.3 State the role of Mg.9 List out different types of Induction furnaces. Cleaning and salvage of castings malleable iron with referance to microstructural changes 9. 6. 5.2 State the importance of Zircon sands . 8.2 Classify the Grey irons.3 State the effect of Silicon on the iron-iron carbide system.7 Explain the defects caused due to cores. 7. 6. 8. 7.1 State the properties and uses of ductile iron.6 Give the effective feeding distance of a riser.6 List out the moulding methods used in Grey iron foundry. fluxing and flushing. 5. 9.5 Explain the solidification of Grey iron w.8 State different heat treatments of ductile iron. Ductile iron 7.2 State the different moulding methods used in an aluminium foundry. grey iron.7 State the inoculation process. 8. measures 4. 6. measures 3. 6.10 State different heat treatments of Grey iron. 166 167 .3 Explain the melting procedure of copper alloys with respect to drossing.8 State the foundry properties of Grey iron. Aluminium foundry practice D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .11 Explain the effect of alloying elements on the properties and structure of oxygen and Hydrogen in copper melting. 4. 5. 8. reaction of impurities.8 State the advantages and disadvantages of Induction furnace.6 Fading of Mg. 5. 3. 2.2 Explain different techniques employed in removal of gates .4 Explain the malleabilisation treatment of white iron for the production of 9. 8.r.3 Explain the various surface cleaning operations. 7.3 Draw the microstructure & identify of phases of white iron. gas absorption.8 Explain the method of producing black heart malleable iron 2.84 2. 2.11 Explain the melting practice of cast iron in induction furnace.5 List out the types of malleable iron. Grey iron 6.6 State the importance of Multiple-ingating.1 State the properties and applications of Grey iron.3 Explain the melting procedure of aluminium alloys with respect to 3.1 State the uses of copper alloy castings. 8. 4.4 state suitable Gating ratios for aluminium alloys. 3.9 Draw the microstructure & identify the phases of ductile iron. 6.4 State the effects of fluidity and shrinkage in the design of gates 5.2nd Proof . 4.9 Calculate the pouring temperature and fluidity for a given composition of 7.4 Explain various Magnesium treatment methods. 3.1 List the uses of Aluminium castings. 9. 8.5 State the methods of Gating & Risering of aluminium alloys.1 State the properties & uses of malleable iron.4 Explain the chemical composition requirements of Grey iron.5 Define the term reverse shrinkage 4.2 Explain the composition requirements for ductile iron.2 Mention the composition of white iron.5 Describe the metallurgical process control. Malleable iron 8. 5. de-oxidation. control of gases and temperature control. 6.t Graphitisation. grain refining and pouring temperature. (a) Hot tear formation (b) metal penetration. 7. Steel foundry practice 4.risers.3 State the importance of mould coating in steel foundry 4. (c) Carbide formation.6 Explain the different casting defects in copper castings with remedial 4. grey iron. Copper alloy foundry practice 3. 3.7 Describe the additives required for ease of moulding. 5.7 Calculate the molten metal analysis from the given charge analysis. 7.4 State the design of gating & risering system in the case of copper alloy 4. (b) Nodule size and count.5 State the purpose of a riser.

6. Subject title : Welding Technology 9. 3. 1. Subject Code : Met – 706A D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . heat treatment. Oxy-Acetylene welding 10 13 1 1 Mechanical structure. 1. iron production.4 Differentiate between Tumbling & Blasting. heat treatment. Foundry technology by M. Graphitisation. Butt joint b. 6. Mg treatment methods. induction melting. Steel Foundry Practice. 8. Introduction. 1. chemical composition OBJECTIVES requirements. types.3 Classify the welding processes – fusion and pressure welding processes procedure. and Micro constituents. risering. moulding. Aluminium foundry practice. Total 75 110 10 8 4.7 Define the term Salvage of castings. gating and risering. a. melting procedure. malleabilisation treatment. methods of black heart malleable 1. Soldering and Brazing 10 16 2 1 chemical composition requirements. 8.4 List the important welding process in each. 2. 1. Overhead 4. Cupola – Advantages & limitations. Flat b. classification. solidification w.6 Know the important welding terms. W. Introduction. a) Weld bead b. a. common defects due to cores. Vertical c. properties & uses.properties. melting 1. 1.0 Basic concepts of Welding. principle.Lap joint c. Basic concepts of Welding 8 10 1 1 2. 9. Salvage e) Puddle f) Weld metal g) Weld pass of casting. advantages & disadvantages. Definition of Cast Iron – Types of Cast irons. 1 alloy grey iron. Grey Iron.Introduction. Introduction. Introduction.9 Know the need for edge preparation in welding.2 Define welding. role of Mg. moulding. Other Welding processes 12 19 3 1 3.I. Principles of cupola operation.r. Edge joint 2. WELDING TECHNOLOGY 9. uses. Foundry technology by N. Metallurgy of welds 10 13 1 1 of moulding. Cleaning and salvage of castings. Gating & Feeding. Periods per Semester : 75 9. PRINCIPLES OF METAL CASTING by HEINE AND ROSENTAL d. Steps in operation. Copper alloy foundry practice. Introduction.Lal. foundry properties.6 Mention the Finishing operations. Horizontal d. Inspection and testing of welds 5 10 .2nd Proof . 5. Introduction. Melting of Cast irons. zircon sands. Cleaning operations. Types of Cast irons. Solidification of cast irons-GI. inoculation. 5. T – joint e. gating and risering. Shield arc welding 10 13 1 1 control tests. composition of white iron. method 7. additives. JAIN 1. 7.L. Corner 1. Gas shield Arc welding (Inert gas 10 13 1 1 welding) operation. gating and 1. moulding. 1. melt 3.) Crater c) Filler weld d) Penetration 9. Introduction.t Graphitisation. REFERENCE BOOKS a.85 9. Ductile Iron. FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY by P. 4.9 State different inspection methods TIME SCHEDULE COURSE CONTENTS S. Periods of Marks Type Type factors effecting. Bevel 168 169 .5 Describe the Trimming operations.10 Mention the edge preparation Methods for butt joints. Properties & uses.1 State the various metal joining techniques. micro structures. inspection. metallurgical Upon the completion of the course the student will be able to: process control.8 List out various Salvage Techniques.8 Know about the welding position. properties & uses.SRINIVASAN 1. V – type b. properties & uses. Malleable Iron. 1.5 Know the importance of welding as a fabrication technique. Periods/week : 05 9. Fe-C-Si system.No Major Topics Weightage Short Essay 1.7 Know the different types of weld joints .

Hose pipes b.11 Know the safety practices in welding. b.3 Describe the types of oxy acetylene flames and state their applications.86 2. T – type 3.4 Mention the equipment for oxy acetylene welding. 3. Control valves c. AC power supply c.8 Mention arc welding machines based on source of electric power b. Single stage regulator 3.0 Oxy Acetylene welding.4 Define arc blow 2. 170 171 .11 State the advantages and limitations of b.7 Know about straight and reverse polarity – DCSP and DCRP and differen- 2.19 Define proper arc length 2.8 Explain the types of torches used in oxyacetylene welding with neat 3.14 Know what is burn off rate.17 State how the flux covering on an electrode determine the characteristics a. 2.9 Know about DAV. CAV and RAV. 3.18 State how the diameter of the electrode determine the current require- ments 2. AC welding machines c. Back hand welding technique requirements 3. 3.3 Know what are the major heat areas in the arc column 1.12 Mention the advantages and applications of Oxyacetylene welding . with 3. 3.2nd Proof . Oxidizing a. DC power supply d. 3. Torches a.2 Explain arc column theory with typical Arc welding circuit.6 Mention the Methods of reducing the arc blow 2. Electric Arc welding. AC rectified power supply 2.5 Its causes and effect on welding D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Carburising 3. U – type d.16 State the electrode classification as per ISI.24 Explain the principle of submerged arc welding 3.11 Explain the different welding techniques with neat sketches 3. 3. Regulators 3. b. c.9 Know the operation of a Oxyacetylene welding torch. Neutral b.22 Know how the angle of electrode affects the weld bead. 3. tiate.20 Mention the Methods of striking an arc 2.5 Oxygen and acetylene cylinders 3. 3.10 List the major ways to control the fluctuating current in arc welding ma- chine a.12 Define welding crater.2 Know the characteristics of oxy acetylene flame. a. sketches. 2. 3. Fore hand welding techniques 3. Two stage regulator 3.1 List the steps involved in burning of Oxygen and acetylene. Injector or low pressure torch of the electrodes.21 List the basic movements in manipulating the electrode and weld puddle a. with line sketches a. DC welding machines 2.13 Explain the metal transfer mechanism from electrode to the base metal line diagrams. Equal pressure torch 3. b.25 List the advantages and applications of submerged arc welding 3.15 Mention the functions of flux coating on shield arc electrodes. 2.7 Know the principles and operations of pressure reduction regulator.1 Define Arc Column 3.10 Know the precautions in storage of O2 & C2H cylinders 3.23 State the advantages and applications of Arc Welding 2. 3.6 Draw the sketch of oxyacetylene welding outfit and label the parts with colour codes.

9 Know the power supplies for TIG & MIG.15 List the types of joint design used in TIG 5.11 List the components of complete TIG & MIG out files.8 Write down the types of electrodes used 5. D.3 Know how heat is liberated in TIG & MIG processes.14 Know how filler metal is added to the puddle 5. 5. Thermit welding d) Applications of the solder to the joint 5.4 List soldering fluxes and their applications a. 5.1 List the special welding processes 6.12 Know the types of torches used for TIG & MIG.11 State its application 4.10 State the equipment required for TIG & MIG welding 5. Plasma arc welding 6.4 Explain the plasma arc welding process(in brief) 6. Resistance welding a) Shaping and fitting the metal parts together c. Electro slag welding b) Cleaning of the surfaces to be joined d. Projection welding 4. Flash welding 4. Spot welding D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . 5.87 (a) Tungsten inert gas welding (TIG) or GTAW.0 Other Welding processes.7 List the types of resistance welding 4. B.6 Explain the metal transfer mechanism in MIG with line sketches. Butt welding 4. 6.12 Define electron beam welding 4. applications 4.3 Differentiate plasma gas and shielding gases.2 List different inert gas welding processes.16 Explain in brief the thermit welding process 4.1 Introduction 5.7 Define brazing 5.13 Explain the TIG welding technique. Gas shield arc welding (Inert gas welding) 5.16 State the advantages and application of TIG 6. Electro beam welding and laser beam welding c) Coating of the surface to be soldered with flux e.10 Explain in brief the electro slag welding process a) Tungsten b) Thoriated Tungsten 5.13 Explain in brief the electron beam welding 4.2 Define plasma arc welding e) Remove surface solder and cooling of joint 5.8 Explain in brief the above resistance welding process and state its 4.5 State the functions shielding gases.7 Know the Methods of striking an arc.6 Define resistance welding 4. Seam welding (b) Metal inert gas welding (MIG processes C.17 State the applications of thermit welding process 4. 5.5 Know the basic operations in soldering b.8 Know the different metallurgical aspects of brazing 172 173 .4 Know the difference in penetration in TIG & MIG.18 Define laser beam welding and state its application 4. A. 4.5 State application and advantages of plasma arc welding 6.1 Introduction 4.2 List the soldering fluxes and their applications 5.6 State applications of soldering 5.2nd Proof . E. 5.3 Define soft solder 5. 6. 6.17 Explain the MIG welding technique 6.9 Define electro slag welding 4. 5.15 Define thermit welding 4.0 Soldering and Brazing 4.18 State the advantage and applications of MIG.14 State the application of electron beam welding 4.

Khanna. Furnace brazing .0 Electric Arc welding : Introduction.0 Other Welding processes : Introduction. 8. Resistance brazing 5.N. Inspection and testing of welds. burn off rate. Manufacturing technology -by P. Brazing joint design alloys used. function of flux coating. Methods of striking an arc and Arc length 6.TIG & MIG. Soldering operation in detail.2nd Proof .7 Explain in brief the post weld treatments 1.0 Oxyacetylene Welding : Introduction. Important Welding Terms. Types of electrodes in TIG & MIG.9 Explain the joint design for brazing applications.3 Explain the factors influencing weldability of Metals and Alloys.: Def. pressure reduction regulators. D. advantages and applications. 8.0 Gas shield arc welding (inert gas welding) : Introduction. power 6.t weld puddle solidification Metallurgical aspects of brazing. HAZ.0 Inspection and testing of welds 2. different welding techniques.13 State advantages and applications of brazing plasma Arc welding Resistance welding. 2. Types of welding machines. Equipment used in oxy acetylene welding. 7.1 Explain the metallurgical aspects of welding w. Applications of Soldering. Types of torches. Torch brazing 4. various solders and soldering fluxes. Advantages 7. Welding Engineering -by Agarwal & Tahilani 8. 7.1 Define strength of a weld 3. joint design in TIG & MIG processes.6 State the necessity of post weld treatment REFERENCE BOOKS 7. Edge Preparation and safety measures. electrode D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Types and characteristics. advantage and 174 175 .0 Metallurgy of welds 6. Welding crater.0 Metallurgy of Welds : Introduction.4 Explain the different heat affected zones in welding. 6. Welding Technology -by O. submerged arc welding. Power Supplies. butt edge preparation.Little 8.2 Define weldability and Applications of brazing 7. Electro slag welding electron beam 6.0 Basic concepts of Welding. metallurgical aspects of welding. Arc column theory. Higgins b) Gas porosity c) Slag inclusion d) Poor penetration e) Centre line cracking 8. A. Induction brazing Advantages and application of TIG & MIG. welding defects and 7. 6.0 Inspection and testing of welds : Introduction.11 List the brazing alloys and their composition supplies. 7.2 List the various welding defects and state their remedies 4. Types of processes B.P.12 Explain in brief the different (solders) types of brazing electrode movements.5 Draw the microstructure of a cross section of a weld joint and state the remedies. Engineering metallurgy part I & II -by Raymond A.3 List the inspection and testing Methods of welds COURSE CONTENTS 1.r.14 Compare Soldering and Brazing welding thermit welding.Rao a) Under cut & overlap 5. weld ability. PWHT. salient features 7. Arc blow.0 Soldering and Brazing : Introduction. Micro structures of welds. Welding and welding technology -by R. 7.10 State the function of different brazing fluxes 3. 6. Definition.88 classification. Metal transfer mechanism. C. Mode of heat liberation. List of special welding processes. and importance Types of Metal joining techniques.

4. 3. 2.10 State general characterstics of exfoliation and its remedial measures.7 Explain reversible hydrogen electrode. 176 177 .12 Briefly explain cavitational corrosion. 1. 4.11 Briefly explain about erosion corrosion.7 Explain pitting corrosion and state general characterstics of pitting s corrision. Major Topics Periods Weightage Short Essay 3.1 Explain protective and non protective scales.3 Explain oxidation kinetics. 4.13 Explain E/PH diagrams.1 Define corrosion.12 Briefly explain about De zincification. 3.1 Explain Crevice corrosion. TIME SCHEDULE 3.I 14 23 1 2 3.11 Explain Galvanic series of Metals and alloys. 1. And 5. thermodynamics corrosion theory.0 Types of corrosion – II 1.II 14 23 1 2 5 Oxidation of Metals 12 16 2 1 3. 2. 2 Corrosion Principles 16 23 1 2 3. 2. 2. Total 75 110 10 8 3.4 State the equation for corrosion rate.2 State the importance of corrosion study.0 Types of corrosion -I.0 Corrosion principles.15 State the factors effecting Galvanic corrosion and its protentive measures. 2.7 Explain stress corrosion cracking.4 Explain corrosion by minerals and acids. 1 Introduction.89 3. 2. 4. measures. 3. CORROSION ENGINEERING 2. 2. 6 Protection against 12 16 2 1 3.3 Explain types of electro chemical cells. 2.12 State the applications and limitations of the Galvanic series. 4 Types of corrosion . 5. 2. 5.2 State the factors effecting crevice corrosion and its remedial measures.6 Derive Nernst equation for electrode potentials. 4. Upon the Completion of course the students will be able to understand 4.13 Briefly explain fretting corrosion.1 Explain electro chemical principles of corrosion.10 Briefly explain about corrosion fatigue.4 State the factors affecting fill form corrosion and its remedial measures. 4. 4. 1.1 Explain atmospheric corrosion.3 Classify corrosion. 2. 4. 4. 2.8 Explain pitting in stainless steels and its prevention.0 Introduction to corrosion. 5. Periods/Week : 5 Periods/Semester : 75 3. OBJECTIVES 3. 1. Subject Title : Corrosion Engineering.14 Limitations of E/PH diagrams.0 Oxidation of Metals.9 Explain about Hydrogen embrittlement. questions question 3.5 Explain electrode potential of Metals.13 Briefly explain about Graphitization.3 State the remedial measures of atmospheric corrosion.5 Briefly explain about water lime attack.6 Briefly explain metal -ion concentration cell corrosion.9 State signs for electrode potentials.10 Explain electromotive series/ standard electrode potentials.4 Explain thermodynamic principles of corrosion. Subject Code : Met –706 B D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .2nd Proof .5 Explain Inter granular corrosion.2 State the factors effecting atmospheric corrosion. 5.5 State the effect of alloying on oxidation. S.8 State the factors affecting stress corrosion cracking and its remedial 2.9 Explain about exfoliation.2 Explain electrtochemical nature of oxidation. 4. 2.11 Briefly explain De alloying. 3 Types of corrosion .8 Briefly explain important reference electrodes. 4. 7 9 3 .2 State Faraday’s laws. 2.3 Explain fill form corrosion.14 Briefly explain about Galvanic corrosion. 4.No.4 Explain Oxide structure. corrosion 3.6 Explain sensitization in austenitic stainless steels. 5. 3. 4.

Oxidation Resistant alloys.metallic coatings. 4.0 Introduction to Corrosion: Definition.3 Explain uses of Inhibitors.Water line attack.Reversible Hydrogen electrode. Interpretation of radiographs of castings and weldments. Corrosion Engineering .Change of environment. corrosion.0 Corrosion principles: Electo chemical principles of corrosion.Nernst Equation for electrode potentials.Sensitization in austeritic stainless steels – Machanism.0 Protection against corrosion.) 178 179 .Stress corrosion cracking.Cavitation corrosion.0 Oxidation of Metals: Protective and non protective scales.Change of composition.6 Explain Oxidation resistant alloys.Galvanic series of Metals and alloys. Dezincification. 6.Erosion corrosion. Calibrate the ultrasonic flaw detector using IIW test blocks and measure 1.Oxide structure.Fill form corrosion.Exfoliation.Oxidation kinetics.Non metallic coatings.Change of operating variability.Anodic protection.Farady’s laws. Subject title : Material Testing Lab .Thermodynamic principles of 5. 4. 1.0 Types of Corrosion – II : Crevice corrosion.2 Explain protection against corrosion by change of metal composition. 3. An Introduction to metallic corrosion and its prevention .Fretting corrosion. magnetic partical test. Know how to conduct the liquid penetratent test to locate the surface 6.Conversion of signs for electrode 6.Electrochemical nature of oxidation. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Galvanic corrosion.2nd Proof . List of experiments 6. 6.Electrode potential of Metals.Corrosion fatigue.Cathodic protection.by Greene & Fontanna (Mc – Graw hill Publishing. Graphitization.Effect of alloying. 2 Detect surface and sub surface defects in magnetic materials by conducting 6.Hydrogen embrittlement.Types of electochemical cells.by Raj Narayan.0 Protection against corrosion: Design improvement.Electomotive series/standard electrode potentials and thermodynamic corrosion theory. 6.Classification of corrosionExpression for corrosion rate.Change of metal. 6.Change of microstructure.5 Explain protection against corrosion by change of metal potential.7 Compare between cathodic protection and anodic protection..Corrosion by mineral acids. cracks on the given material. potentials. 5. Periods / wee : 06 microstucture and environment. (Oxford & IBH Publishing Co) 2. 2. studies.6 Explain cathodic protection and anodic protection.Pitting corrosion . Detect the flaws in metallic objects using ultra sonisc flaw detector.II Subject Code : Met 707 D:\Backup\SBTET\MET .Use of inhibitors. Importance of corrosion the thickness of given sample.De alloying.Change of metal potential.4 Explain protection against corrosion by change of operating variables. COURSE CONTENTS 3.Intergranular corrosion. Periods per semester : 90 6.90 6.1 Explain design improvements.0 Types of Corrosion – I : Atmospheric corrosion. To measure the ductility of given sheet using Erichen Cupping Test. MATERIAL TESTING LAB .8 Explain metallic and non metallic coatings and list out the uses of coatings.Extended thermodynamics – E/PH diagram.II 6. 5.

3. Any other project in consultation with industry / R & D Laboratory.4 Prepare castings.3 State the possible defects that can occur in melting of aluminium. 1. Copper and their alloys.2 Use the fluxes in melting of aluminium and copper alloys.1 Identify the various parts of cupola and know the uses of cupola in foundry .6 Analyse the casting defects & Know the Methods of cleaning of castings. METAL CASTING PRACTICE PROJECT WORK & VIVA VOCE Subject title : Project work & Viva Voce D:\Backup\SBTET\MET . Collection of different ferrous and non-ferrous metal samples and compile the metallographic data with photographs.2nd Proof . Design and fabrication of small proto type metallurgical Engineering List of experiments equipment such as furnace etc.0 know the techniques of melting aluminium.91 Subject title : Metal Casting practice Subject Code : Met – 709 Subject Code : Met – 708 Periods /Week : 03 Period /semester : 45 Periods/Week : 03 Peroids per Semester : 45 A list of Topics suggested for project work. Identify castings and interpretation of defects on various metallic components cupola.5 To conduct chill test. 2. 1. by using NDT Techniques. 2. 1. 2. non-ferrous metals & alloys. operations of cupola 1. useful for demonstration in the laboratory. 1. Copper and their alloys. 1. 180 181 . Copper and its alloys. Appreciate the precautions.0 Know the working of cupola & properties of ferrous .1 Use the pit furnace and oil fired furnace for melting aluminium. Preparation of Castings for different ferrous & Non-ferrous Alloys.3 Handle various materials for use in cupola & List out various precautions to 5. be taken in cupola & List out the safety measures to be taken during the 6. Study of the effect of various heat treatment processes on the microstructures 1. safety measures that can be taken in melting the Aluminium. 2. 2. 1.2 List out the sequence of operations to be carried out for melting o metal in 4. copper and its alloys.

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