UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EVALUATION (R2007) (with effect from the academic year 2010-2011

) COURSE: B.E. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
SEMESTER: VII

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Machine Design± II CAD/CAM/CIM* Refrigeration and Air 3 4 2 -3 100 25 -25 Conditioning Manufacturing Planning 4 4 -2 3 100 25 -25 and Control 5 Elective - I 4 2 -3 100 25 -25 6 Project -4 ---50 --TOTAL 20 12 2 -500 175 25 100 *Common with Automobile engineering. (PE) - Practical Examination COURSE: B.E. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) SEMESTER: VIII No. of periods of Duration Marks 1Hour of Sr. Theory Theor Subjects Practica No Lectur Practica Tutori Term Paper in y l Oral e l al Work Hours Paper 1 Automobile Engineering 4 2 -3 100 25 --Finite Element 2 4 2 -4 100 25 -25 Analysis* Industrial Engineering 3 and Enterprise Resource 4 -2 3 100 25 --Planning 4 Elective ± II 4 2 -3# 100 25 -25 5 Project -8 ---100 -50 TOTAL 16 14 2 -400 200 -100 *Common with Automobile engineering. # Theory paper duration for Elective Mechanical System Design consists of 4Hrs. (PE) - Practical Examination

Duration Marks of Theory Theor Practica Lectur Practica Tutori Term Paper in y l Oral Total e l al Work Hours Paper 4 2 -4 100 25 -25 150 4 2 -4+2PE 100 25 25 -- 150 150 150 150 050 800

No. of periods of 1Hour

Total 125 150 125 150 150 700

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS Sr.No Elective I ( Semester VII ) Sr.No Elective II ( Semester VIII ) PAIRED ELECTIVES Business Process Re Supply Chain Management* P1 P1 engineering* Advanced Refrigeration and Air Cryogenic Engineering* P2 P2 Conditioning* P3 Nuclear Technology - I P3 Nuclear Technology - II OPEN ELECTIVES Micro Electro Mechanical Introduction to 1 1 Systems(MEMS) * Nanotechnology* Non Conventional Energy Power Plant Engineering 2 2 Sources Operations Research* Project management* 3 3 Information Technology for Product Life Cycle 4 4 Management of Enterprises* Management* Artificial and Machine 5 Virtual Reality* 5 Intelligence * Computational Fluid Dynamics* Advanced Turbo machinery* 6 6 Industrial Robotics* Mechanical System Design 7 7 Piping Engineering Process Equipment Design 8 8 Dynamic System Modelling & 9 Analysis * Common with Automobile engineering. Paired Electives :- If student selects sr. no.P1 as elective ±I in semester VII then he/she has to choose sr. no.P1 as elective ±II in semester VIII. Open Electives :- Students can select any one subject as elective -I in semesterVII from sr. no. 1 to 6 and any one subject as elective -II in semester-VIII, from the list.

CLASS: B.E. (Mechanical ) SUBJECT: MACHINE DESIGN - II Periods per week. 1Period of 60 min. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 04 ----

Semester:- VII

04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs. 12

Evaluation System

Sr. No. Module 01 Module 02 Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 Module 06

Details Design of spur, helical, bevels and worm gears. Two stage Gear box consisting of spur and helical gear pair: design approach through system design, gear box housing layout and housing design Selection of rolling contact bearings based on constant /Variable Load & speed conditions (includes deep groove ball bearing, cylindrical roller, taper roller and self aligning bearing) Design of hydro dynamically lubricated bearings (Self contained) Introduction to hydro Static bearings Selection of Mechanical Seals Design of cam and follower mechanisms. Design of main components of centrifugal pump Motor selection, Suction and delivery pipe, Impeller, Impeller shaft, Volute casing. (system design approach) Design of Snatch Block assembly including Rope selection, Sheave, Hook, Bearing for hook, cross piece, Axle for sheave and shackle plate

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TERM WORK: Term work shall comprise of 1) Exercises on the above topics in the form of design calculations with sketches and or drawings. 2) Design and detailed assembly drawing on FULL imperial drawing sheets of Min. two design problem, from the module 1, 4, 5 and 6 3) Course project* 4) Class Test based on above syllabus. * Course Projects- There will be a course project where the students will be able to apply and integrate the knowledge gained during the course. The projects will be developed by teams of Two to Four students and will consist of design of any system having min. 5 to 6 components. Class Assignments & Drawing Sheets Course Projects Class test : 10 Marks : 05 Marks : 10Marks_

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NOTE: Use of standard design data books like PSG Data Book , Design Data by Mahadevan is permitted at the examination and shall be supplied by the institute. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Theory Examination: 1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question, each of 20 Marks 2. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. 3. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Only five question need to be solved. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.

TEXT BOOKS: Machine Design Exercises - S.N. Trikha, Khanna Publications, Delhi Design of machine elements - V. B. Bhandari Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Machine Design - An Integrated Approach - Robert L. Norton - Pearson Education Asia. Mechanical Engineering Design - J. E. Shigley - McGraw Hill Machine Design Exercises - S.N. Trikha, Khanna Publications, Delhi Recommended Data Books - PSG, K. Mahadevan REFERENCES: Gear Design Handbook Material handling equipments Material handling equipments Machine Design Machine Design Design of Machine Elements Design of Machine Elements Pumps

- Gitin Maitra - N. Rudenko , Peace Publication - Alexandrov, MIR Publication - Reshetov - Mir Publication - Patel, Pandya, Sikh Vol ± I & II, C. Jamnadas & Co. Educational & Law Publishers - V.M. Faires. - Spotts. - Sahu

CAD System Architecture. Perspective projection. No. ellipse & parabola constructive solid geometry (CSG). Cubic Spline curve. two dimensional computer graphics. Parametric Modeling. Rotation. Product life cycle & CAD/ CAM. Bezier curves. Module 02 06 Module 03 08 . INTRODUCTION & ELEMENTS OF INTERACTIVE COMPUTER GRAPHICS The design process. Concurrent engineering in Product design & development. Engineering data management system. feature based modeling. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 4 2 (PE) Semester:-VII 4 2 -Marks 100 25 -25 150 Evaluation System Sr. and Knowledge base Engineering. the windowing transformation. Concatenations.CLASS: BE(Mechanical ) SUBJECT: CAD/CAM/CIM Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Hidden line removal & hidden surface removal algorithm. Representation of Knowledge. Visual realism. Output devices (Printers & Plotters). Artificial Intelligence in Design & Manufacturing. relational data base for design. TECHNIQUES FOR GEOMETRIC MODELING Graphic standards. mirror transformation. computers for design Process. Boundary Representation (B-Rep). parametric representation of line.). modeling using CAD. Feature recognition. vector generation. circle. tracker ball & Joy Stick etc. Matrix representation. The use of Object Orientation & associatively. Data Structures for interactive modeling. Design by feature. Object transformation. MAINPULATION & DATA STORAGE 2D & 3D Transformations (Translation. three dimensional Computer graphics. Operator input devices (Mouse. Surface Modeling. Homogeneous coordinates. Structured Query language. Bill of materials from attribute data. object Oriental database. The parametric representation of geometry. light & shade ray tracing. The design workstation & its functions. the role of modeling & communication. B-Spline curve. Solid Modeling. Wire Frame Modeling. 08 keyboard. Module 01 Details Hrs. Design information Systems. viewing transformation. Collaborative Engineering. Problems & object oriented programming on Transformations. & Scaling & Magnification). TRANSFORMATION.

Automated Material Handling & storage Systems like Robots. programming for transformations. Design for Manufacturing. Elements of a APT language. CNC functions & advantages. part fabrication on CNC trainer. Non Contact Inspection methods. Computer Aided Testing. Integration of CAQC with CAD/CAM COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING & TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN PRACTICES Introduction. Tape coding & format. Evolution. Trends & new developments in NC. Problems with conventional NC. Machining Centers and its types. Artificial Intelligence in CAPP. Obstacles to Computer Integrated Manufacturing. CATIA. each of 20 Marks . & NC motion control systems. Manual Part Programming. CNC programming concepts. laboratory assignments. Contact Inspection methods. Computer Aided Part Programming. Punched tape in NC. Green Manufacturing. Nature and role of the elements of CIM. Virtual Prototyping. and CAQC Introduction to GT. Constructional details of CNC machines.Module 04 Module 05 NC & CNC TECHNOLOGY Introduction. Total (25 Marks) Theory Examination: 1. transformations (05 Marks) 3. Part Families. Benefits of GT Introduction to Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP). CIM Benefits. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: 1. PFA. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. CAPP. CIM Hardware and Software. Socio -techno. Role of CAD/CAM in CIM. Assignments using 3D Modeling Software¶s like PRO-E. Reverse Engineering and Data Capture techniques. Rapid Prototyping. Assignments (at least one on each topic) (05 Marks) 2. Concept of the future CIM systems. Objectives. Benefits of CAPP. Subroutines. HYPER MESH. Class test (10 Marks) 5. IDEAS. The Macro Statement in APT. Feed back devices. NC Coordinate Systems.Assembly. 12 08 Module 06 07 TERM WORK: Term work shall consist of class assignments. Introduction to Computer Aided Quality Control (CAQC). NC part programming languages. Advantages & Disadvantages of NC machines. NC Procedure. GT Machine cells. FMS. UNIGRAPHICS. Computers in QC. Similarity coefficient matrix. Generative type Process Planning Systems. Programming for Algorithms. Part Programming Exercises and machining/fabrication of components (at least two) on CNC machines (Turning and Milling each one) (05 Marks) 4. Part programmers job. Group Technology. Applications. part programming. Design for Assembly and Dis. basic components of NC system. Identifying CIM needs.Velocity & displacement.economic aspects of CIM. functions of a post processor. AGVs and AS/RS etc. adaptive Control. and written test. DNC. Retrieval type Process Planning Systems. NC programming with interactive graphics. Data base requirements of CIM. SOLID WORKS. parts Classification & Coding.

Koti. A. Fundamental of CIM technology . T. Ranky. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.2. ³CAD/CAM Computer Aided and Manufacturing´ by Mikell P. Tiwari. ³CAD/CAM Principles. SOLID WORKS.M. "Automation. ³Numerical Control and Computer Aided Manufacturing´ . Rao. Practice and Manufacturing Management´ by Chris McMahon. Sivasubramanian. Rao. Jimmie Browne. Kundra.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4.S. Orr. New Age International Publishers. 11. P. ³Computer Integrated Manufacturing.N. Adithan. ³Computer Graphics´ by Donald Hearn and M. ³CNC Machines´ by B. David Bedworth. transformations 2) Part Programming and machining/fabrication of components (only simulation) 3) 3D Modeling of machine elements using Software¶s like PRO-E. McGraw Hill Book Co. etc. R. Groover and Emory W. Neumann and Robert .K. Prentice Hall International 14. ³CAD/CAM/CIM´ by P. Krar. ³Principle of Computer Graphics´ by William . Theory & Practice´ by Ibrahim Zeid.. Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing. Tata McGraw Hill Publications 7. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Rogers D F I and Adams J A.. V. ³Computer Integrated Manufacturing Hand Book´ by Eric Teicholz. Practical Examination: Practical examination of 2 hours duration based on any one of the followings 1) Programming for Algorithms. Subramanyan. Only five question need to be solved. Pearson Education 5. 10.K. ³Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics´.. Pauline Baker. Tata McGraw Hill 12. Eastern Economy Edition 4. McGraw Hill International Editions .N.. Groover M. M. Joel N. McGraw-Hill. ³CNC Technology and Programming´. Pabla and M. ³CAD/CAM Principles and Applications´ by P. Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing ". Benal.Delmar publication 9. V. 3.K. McGraw Hill. CATIA.F. Goetsch.PHI 2. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. ³CAD/ CAM . N. S. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to numb er of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. New Age International Publishers 6. 8. IDEAS. Tata McGraw Hill Publications 3. UNIGRAPHICS. HYPER MESH. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Raju. Text Books: 1. New Age International Publishers 15. Eastern Economy Edition. S. McGraw Hill publishers 13. Singapore. Radhakrishan. Shivanand.P. David L.An Introduction with Case Studies´ by Paul G. Jr. ³Flexible Manufacturing Systems´ by H. Ltd 16. and Gill. Zimmers.M. Sproul.

CLASS:BE(Mechanical) SUBJECT: REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 ---

Semester:-VII

04 02 --Marks 100 --25 25 150 Hrs.

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Details 1) Introduction to Refrigeration Carnot refrigerator, Carnot heat pump, Co-efficient of Performance, unit of refrigeration. 2) Aircraft Air refrigeration systems 2.1 Need for aircraft air-refrigeration 2.2 Simple air-cooling system 2.3 Bootstrap air cooling system 2.4 Reduced ambient air-cooling system 2.5 Regenerative air cooling system Comparison of above aircraft, air refrigeration systems 3) Vapor Compression Refrigeration System 3.1 Simple vapor compression cycle. Effect of liquid sub cooling and suction vapor super heating. Liquid vapor heat exchanger (LVHE). Actual VCR cycle. 3.2Two stage VCR cycle. Water intercooler, Flash chamber, Multievaporators. 3.3 Refrigerants- Desirable properties of refrigerants. Designation system for refrigerants. Thermodynamic, Chemical and Physical properties. Secondary refrigerants. ODP and GWP. 3.4 Types of evaporators, condensers, expansion devices and Compressors. Defrosting. 4 Vapor Absorption Refrigeration. 4.1 Importance of VAR system. 4.2 Amonia-water VAR system. Enthalpy-Concentration chart. Analysis of the system 4.3 Lithium Bromide ± Water VAR system. Single and double effect. Electrolux refrigeration system

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5. Psychrometry 5.1 Psychrometric properties, chart and processes. Bypass factor, Apparatus dew point temperature. 5.2 Cooling tower- Types of cooling towers, tower approach, tower range, tower efficiency, tower losses, tower maintenance. 6 Air-Conditioning 6.1 Adiabatic mixing of two air streams, RSHF, GSHF, ERSHF, Room apparatus dew point and coil apparatus dew point. Design of winter and summer air-conditioning systems. 6.2 Human Comfort- Effective temperature, Comfort chart, Comfort zone, air filters. 7 Duct DesignFriction chart for circular ducts. Equivalent diameter of a circular duct for rectangular ducts. Static pressure regain and equal pressure drop methods of duct design. Fans and blowers. 8 Controls ± Thermostat, LP/HP cutoff, Thermopiles, hygrometer, Interlocking control. 9 Applications- study of commercial ice making plant, house hold refrigerator, manufacturing of dry ice, window air conditioner, Liquefaction of gases (cryogenics), thermoelectric refrigeration. Deep sea water air-conditioning.

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List of Experiments: 1) Assignments based on above syllabus (At least 10 numerical problems) 2) Experiments to find COP for equipments like water cooler, Window air conditioner, etc 3) Experiments involving the study of humidification dehumidification, heating and cooling. Mixing of two air streams. 4) Visit report- Cold storage plant / ice plant or air-conditioning plant. Theory Examination: 1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question, each of 20 Marks 2. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. 3. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Only five question need to be solved. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of syllabus. Term Work: Term work shall consist of experiments, assignments (at least one on each module) and written test. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (experiments/assignments/visit report): (15) Marks. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. (25) Marks. Text Books:

1) Refrigeration and air-conditioning ± C P Arora, Tata McGraw Hill Publication 2) Principles of refrigeration ± R J Dossat, Willey Eastern Publication 3) Refrigeration and air-conditioning ± W F Stoker and J W Jones, Tata McGraw Hill Publication 4) Modern Air-conditioning practice ± C P Arora, Tata McGraw Hill Publication References: 1) Refrigeration and air-conditioning- Manohar Prasad, New Age Int (P) Ltd. 2) Basic Refrigeration and air-conditioning- P.Ananthanarayana, Tata Mcgraw

CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT: MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND CONTROL Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 ---

Semester:-VII

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Details Manufacturing Planning and control System: Manufacturing ± transformation process, Manufacturing as competitive advantage. Manufacturing system ± components and types. Types of products. MPC system overview objectives and functions such as planning routing, scheduling, dispatching and follow up. Forecasting: Need for forecasting, Types of forecast. Extrapolative methodsMoving average method, Exponential smoothing method, Forecast errors, Linear trend model. Causal methods- Simple regression analysis. Planning Function: Capacity planning and aggregate planning. Master production schedule, Shop floor Control. Planning for Material requirements: MRP and MRP II, Concept of JIT. Inventory control systems, Economic Order Quantity. Buffer stocks. Purchase and Production type of inventory. Quantity discount. Scheduling & Sequencing: Scheduling concept, Scheduling of processes, Gantt chart, job shop scheduling, - Comparison of various methods, Sequencing of tasks using, Johnson¶s rule. Project management: Concepts of project planning, monitoring and control, Project management through network analysis, CPM & PERT, Cost analysis and crashing. Advanced concepts in production planning I : Mathematical programming approaches- Linear programming problem, Formulation, Simplex method for maximization and minimization, concept of duality. Advanced concepts in production planning II : Assignment model, Transportation model. Simulation: Need for simulation, Monte Carlo technique.

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H. planning and control Systems by Thomos Vollman . PHI Learning 7.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Only five question need to be solved. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««.Narasimhan and other.Everest Publishing House. (25) Marks. PHI Learning 8. Jhamb . Production and Operations Mnagement by S. each of 20 Marks 2. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Publishing Company. Cengage Learning 6. S. PHI Learning 9. C. Text Book: 1. Wiley 2) Industrial and Production management by Martand Telsang. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Prentice Hall . Manufacturing Process Planning and System Engineering by Anand Bewoor. Production Operation Research by Adam Ebert. Hardik Soni. Pearson/Prentice Hall 5.L. Operation Research by Hamdy H. Operation Research by Shah. Reference Books: 1) Modern production / Operations management by Elwood S. Theory Examination: 1. Operation Research by Wayne Winston. N. 3. Operation Research by Panneerselvam. Ravi. 3.Chand 3) Manufacturing. Modernization of Materials Management by L.TERM WORK: The Term work shall comprise of at least six assignments (Problems and Case Studies) covering different topics of the syllabus. Berry and others. Macmillan 5) Production Planning and Inventory Control by S. Tata Mc-Grow Hill. One Seminar Presentation Report and One Test. William Berry and others. 4) Operation Research by J K Sharma. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. M. Vollman. Manufacturing Planning & Control Systems by Thomas E. William L. Buffa & Rakesh K. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (Assignments/Case studies/seminar): « (15) Marks. Galgotia Publications 2. Chary . Taha. Sarin. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks.T. Dreamtech Press. 4.

Delivery Scheduling.1 Logistics Evolution. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 3 - Semester:-VII 4 2 -Marks 100 25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr. Evolution of SCM Function. cost and service characteristics of different transport services. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT IN SUPPLY CHAIN Scope. Plant and warehouse location. Inventory control systems of stock replenishment. 3.2 Making and Delivering Product Design. importance. CPFR Concepts. Reverse Logistics 4. TPL. vendor development and evaluation. Inbound and Outbound handling.CLASS: BE(Mechanical) SUBJECT: Supply Chain Management (Elective I) Periods per week. Multi-Modal Optimization. Facility Management. VMI. Consensus Forecasting. Procurement. Supply chain structure 2. 8 wings of Logistics. International transportation. 1. LOGISTICS 4. CODP Concepts. 1Period of 60 min. FPL. . intermodal transportation and third party transportation services. Private fleet management. Ocean carrier management. freight rate structure. Claim management. No. CMI. Multi-tier Supplier Partnerships Use of computers for materials function. Supply chain drivers. MPL Partnering. port administration and regulation. 10 and political roles of transportation. Cost elements 08 New Supply Planning Paradigms. Distribution Network Systems. Warehousing and Inventory Cross-Docs.Pricing and Promotional Impacts on demand. contracting for transportation services. How Supply chain works? 04 Participants in the Supply Chain. carrier selection and evaluation methods. Demand and Pricing Optimization 12 2. Purchasing policies. costing and pricing issues of international transportation. Module 01 Module 02 Module 03 Module 04 Details Hrs. economic social. INTRODUCTION TO SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: Current Business Scenario.1 Planning and Sourcing Demand forecasting . Theme and Pillars of SCM System. SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS: 2. Distribution network design. classification of materials. Order Management.2 Transportation: Individual Freight and passenger modes. Production Scheduling. Containerization. 4. Value Matrix Analysis. channels of Distribution. KM Model of Supplier Partnership.Green Channel supply. demand.

Shapiro. Pearson Education. E-Business and Systems Integrations from ERP to SCM. 2.1 MEASURING PERFORMANCE: SUPPLY CHAIN METRICS Market Performance Categories. Ammer DS Taraporewala 3. each of 20 Marks 2. Text Books: 1. Demand Flexibility Metrics. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus.P. KM. Richard Irwin 3. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Materials Management and purchasing. SCM systems Vendors. G. Thomson Learning Publication References: 1. Benchmarking and SCM SCORE modeling 6. Collaborative Planning. Deshmukh . Logistics and Supply Chain Management. 2005 2. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (course project / assignments): ««« « (15) Marks. (25) Marks. ³Supply Chain Management: Concepts and Cases´. Dispatch decisions. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. routing Models. E-Business and Supply Chain Integration. and Replenishment. Altekar Rahul V.15 pages on any topic from syllabus Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments and written test. Question paper will comprise of total seven question.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Product Development Metrics. routing decisions. 4. Principles of Supply Chain Management. ³Modeling the Supply Chain´. G.Module 05 Module 06 logistics. Term Work: Case Study /Course Project: Report of 10 . Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Mohanty and S. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Only five question need to be solved. 3. Supply Chain Coordination factors. Optimization Modeling. Joel Wisner. Types of Applications. Supply Chain Management Theories and Practices(Set) by R. Jeremy F. Forecasting.. Framework for Performance Measurement. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Martin Christopher. APS Systems.. Cengage Learning . Further integration to CRM 6.2 TOTAL DISTRIBUTION COST ANALYSIS 06 06 Theory Examination: 1. Keong. packaging to suit mode of Transport 5. supported information systems. Internal Efficiency Metrics. Prentice Hall of India. SUPPLY CHAIN COORDINATION AND USE OF TECHNOLOGY The ³Bullwhip´ Effect. Supply Chain Management: Janat Shah. Biztantra Publication. cost transport mode choice.

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cryogenic-refrigeration systems. No. 06 Module 02 2. 08 . Vuilleumier refrigerator. Gas liquefaction systems: system performance parameters. Importance of vacuum technology in cryogenics. Evaluation System Sr. space technology.1 Introduction to cryogenic systems . 08 Module 06 Application of cryogenic systems. 08 Module 05 5.development and present state of affairs of cryogenic engineering. Module 01 Details 1. refrigerators using solids as working media. 5. temperature.Thomson-effect-adiabatic expansion. importance of refrigerator effectiveness. 10 Module 04 4.critical components of liquefaction systems. 08 Module 03 3.Joule. 1. thermal engineering and magnetic properties of cryogenic fluids.1 Measurements systems for low temperatures. expansion engines refrigeration systems. Thermodynamically ideal systems. Phillips refrigerators. system insulations. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 Semester:-VII 04 02 --Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs. super conducting devices. Gas separation and purification systems.CLASS: BE(Mechanical) SUBJECT: CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE I) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. and liquid level measurements. cryogenic in biology and medicine. pressure flow rate.2 Cryogenic fluid storage and transfer. Gifford-McMahon refrigerator.2 Low temperature properties of engineering materials. Solvay refrigerator.

Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««.G. 3. Sterling cycle design manual . Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Assignments and seminar report: ««««. Fundamentals Part-II . Only five question need to be solved. Cryo-Cooler. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. each of 20 Marks 2.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. NASA Report. Barron Oxford University Press 2. Cryogenics Systems . Text Books: 1. (15) Marks. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks.R. Fundamentals Part-I.Walker Plenum Press New York References: 1. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Cryo-Cooler. (25) Marks.G. seminar report and written test..Martini W. 1978 . Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments at least one on each module.Theory Examination: 1.Walker Plenum Press New York 3. Question paper will comprise of total seven question.

Research. Agriculture. Nuclear energy from fission and fusion reactions. Effect of isotopic purity of moderator. experimental Determination of critical size. Fission process. Introduction :Atomic Structure. Share of nuclear energy to overall power production in India. Multiplication factors. Delayed Neutrons. power variations.CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT: Nuclear Technology ± I (Elective ±I) Periods per week. Interaction with matters. coolant on reactivity. Temperature coefficient of reactivity. Heterogamous and homogenous reactor systems.3 Reactor Theory:Criticality condition. Fissile and Fissionable materials. Void coefficient of reactivity. Fast Reactor. control of reactivity for reactor operations ± Start up from various conditions. Elastic and Inelastic scattering. Migration length. Moderating ratio. neutron flux ± thermal and fast neutrons. 3. Radioactivity:Radioactive particles. Reactivity. Fission product poison. Reflectors. 4 Module 02 Module 03 14 . Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 --- Semester:-VII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr. India¶s program on nuclear energy. Fertile. Non leakage probability. India¶s relation with world bodies with regard to nuclear material import and technological cooperation. Neutron life time. Buckling. reactivity units.2 Diffusion and Slowing down of neutron:Diffusion theories and equations. Cross Sections. Chain reactions. Lethargy. Period.1 Neutron Reactions:Interaction of neutron with matters. No. Critical size. measurements. Energy releases from fission and fusion processes 3. radioactive units. 6 1. Binding Energy. 2. fission process. Module 1 Details Hrs. shutdown. world scenario on peaceful use of nuclear energy. Thermal Reactor. Modified four factor formula. Age. Four factor formula. Application areas of nuclear energyPower plant. medicine and Industry. Reactor Physics:3. 3. Spatial distribution of slowed down neutrons. 1Period of 60 min. Isotopes. Burn up power coefficient of reactivity .

Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments and written test. Srivastava & M. Dwivedi 2.Module 4 4. (Steam & Nuclear). A. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be based on maximum portion of the syllabus.0 Safety Aspects and Regulation on use of nuclear energy:6. coolant.2 Thermal reactors: Types: BWR. Advance thermal reactors¶ Fast Reactors. marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (Assignments): ««««. Handling. GCR.. Reference Book: The distribution of Marks.1 Inland and off land reactors. 8 Module 05 8 Module 06 8 Theory Examination: 1. Marks. submarines. 6.2 Radioactive Waste Management: Segregation.2 Regulations on the use of Nuclear energy: Functions of National regulatory body. Dose units. Safety review. Nuclear Power Plant. dedicated powers supply and Evacuation scheme. Containment of reactivity.0 Radiation Protection and Radioactive Waste Management: 5.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Personal radiation protection 5.4 Conventional System in NPP: Secondary Steam and feed water system. Radiation instrument / equipment.0 Nuclear Power plant (NPP): 4. (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Regulatory consents.P. Raja. Storage / disposal.3 Off land reactor: space power unit. Marks.1 Radiation Protection: Radiation exposure hazard. each of 20 Marks 2. Power Plant Engg. A course in Power Plant Engg. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. 4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Emergency power supply. 4. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.P. Fusion power reactor. Core Cooling. . 4.K.A. PWR.K. Inspection and Enforcement. Only five question need to be solved. An Introduction on Nuclear Engineering. 5. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. NPP of Power Plant Engg. 3. Innovative and revolutionary features of power reactors.Arora & Domkundwar 3. PHWR. Safety requirement.1 Safety Aspects: Instrumentations for reactor control Control of reactivity. (25) Text Books: 1. Nag. core composition. 6.Concept of breeding. Power generation and Distribution.

Glasstone & Sesonske. .Nuclear Engineering.

Sensor Principles and Examples: Thermal sensors. 05 Nanolithography. Micromachining. Polysilicon surface micromachining. Potential of MEMS in industry. Effect of particle properties on accuracy and resolution of Module component in Ceramic and Metal MSL. 01 Bulk Micromachining : Isotropic Etching and Anisotropic Etching. Micro-mirror TV Projector. 04 Ceramic and Metal Microstereolithography. micromotors Microactuator systems: Success Stories. Other Module compatible materials. Electrical Sensors. Scattering of light by small particles. Optomechatronics system for MSL. 06 Characterisation of MEMS devices. Module Microactuators: Electromagnetic and Thermal microactuation. Silicon. Sr. Microfabrication and Micromachining: 6 Integrated Circuit Processes. Micro Module Electro Mechanical Systems. Historical Background: Silicon Pressure sensors. Wafer Module Bonding. Microstereolithography (MSL) for 3D fabrication. Intelligent. 7 8 9 8 8 . Surface micromachining requirements. Mechanical Sensors. Silicon Dioxide. scanning systems. Ceramic and Metal Microstereolithography. 03 micropumps. Ink-Jet printer heads. Chemical and Biosensors. No. Integrated. Mechanical design of microactuators. Surface Micromaching: One or two sacrificial layer processes. microvalves. Microactuator examples. Micromotors.CLASS: BE (Mechanical ) Semester:-VII SUBJECT: MICRO ELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (MEMS) ELECTIVE-I Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Monte carlo ray tracing method. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 04 02 -Marks 100 --25 25 150 Evaluation System Details Hrs. High Aspect-Ratio Processes (LIGA) 02 Physical Microsensors: Classification of physical sensors. Module Dynamic mask MSL. Gear trains. Two photon MSL. Mechanisms. or Smart sensors.

Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Term Work: Term work shall comprise of 1) Exercises on the above topics in the form of design and manufacturing strategies for MEMS components. Wiley Publication 2. accelerometers. MEMS. Text Books: .Ran Hsu. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. PHI Learning References: 1. Microsystem Design. 2) Assignments (at least one on each module) 3) Educational visit to any one MEMS industry. MEMS. Boston 4. Bao.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. New York. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.Theory Examination: 1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Fundamentals of Microfabrication. MEMS and MOEMS Technology and Applications. 3. and gyroscopes. Elsevier. Senturia. WCB McGraw-Hill. Micromechanical Transducers: Pressure sensors. (25)Marks. Only five question need to be solved. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10)Marks. Tai. MEMS and Microsytems Design and Manufacture. Marc Madou. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. 1. Kovacs. 2. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Tata McGraw Hill 3. . Tata McGraw Hill 4. 2000. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. 4) Seminar on topic related to MEMS 5) Class Test based on above syllabus. each of 20 Marks 2. Rai Chaoudhary. CRC Press 3. Student shall submit the brief report of visit. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (Exercise/assignments/visit report/seminar) : ( 15)Marks. Micromachined Transducers Sourcebook. Stephen D. Vijay Vardan. Nitaigour Mahalik.M-H.

radioactive decay. load duration curve.regimes of combustion. fission.1 Nuclear power plant: Introduction of nuclear engineering. Acid precipitation. classification.thermodynamics. Dust collectors. advantages and disadvantages.2 Diesel and Gas turbine power plant: General layout. Coal storage. gas turbine material. Fluidized bed boilers. Performance and operating characteristics of Power Plants. mass curve. No. runoff and its measurement. Co-ordination of different types of power plants. Reactor control. combined cycle plant-thermodynamics of GT-ST plant operation. 1 Economics of the power plant: Load curve. 5.PWR. 2.2 Fluidized bed combustion. Thermal fission reactors and power plant . 3. Peak load plants. Selection of the generating equipments. and reservoir storage capacity. half life. effect of fluctuating load on operation and design of the plant. flow duration curve. Advantages. various factors. fusion. Control of Nitrogen oxides. performance of gas turbine power plant. Thermal pollution. its important features. component.CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT: POWER PLANT ENGINERING (ELECTIVE-I) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Module 01 Module 02 Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 Module 06 Details Hrs. Greenhouse effect. application of diesel power plant. Base Load plants. circulating and pressurized fluidized bed combustion system. Flue gas. BWR. 2. load sharing. Inplant handling of coal. nuclear materials. dry deposition and acid fog.1 Hydro power plant: Rainfall.Run-off river plant.acid rain and acid snow. hydrograph. desulfarization methods. Ash handling systems. storage river plant.1 Combined cycle power generation: Coupled cycle. air pollution. Classification of the plants. 4. Environmental impact of power plant: Social and economical issues of the power plants. cost of electrical energy. Liquid metal fast breeder reactors. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 -- Semester:-VII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr. pumped storage plant. . methods of meeting fluctuating load. Tariff methods. Radiation from nuclear power plant effluents.

Tata McGraw Hill 2.Morse 4. Eekart 4. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks.P..Skrotzki 5. Power Plant Engineering .Rajput References: 1. Theory Examination: 1.Educational Visit: Organize at least one visit to power station. Power Plant Engineering .M. 1 to 8 . Text Books: 1. Power Station Engineering & Economy'. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Sharma 6.Domkundwar 5. The Elements of Nuclear Power .Bennet.J. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Assignments and visit report: ««««. Potter .Gaffert 2. London Paragamon Press .British Electricity Intl.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Thomson 6. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. and written test. Power Plant Engineering . (15) Marks.. Power Plant Technology . R. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. each of 20 Marks 2. (25) Marks. Standard handbook of Power Plant Engineering .J. Modern Power Station Practice: Vol. Student shall submit a brief technical report of the visit as a part of term work. EL . Power Plant Engineering . Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments at least one on each module.P. Weisman. Only five question need to be solved. 3.McGraw Hill 3. Power Plant Theory & Design . Power Plant Engineering . Nag . M. Modern Power Plant Engineering . TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««.P. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.Wakil .Elliott 7. K. C. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.Ronald Press 3. Power Plant Engineering .

capital budgeting problem ± shortest path problem ± linear programming problem 8 Simulation: Definition ± Types of simulation models ± phases of simulation± applications of simulation ± Inventory and Queuing problems ± Advantages and Disadvantages ± Simulation Languages .Variants of Assignment ProblemTraveling Salesman problem. Instantaneous demand and continuous demand and no set up cost. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 -- Semester:-VII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr.CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT OPERATION RESEARCH (ELECTIVE-I) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. 7 Sequencing ± Introduction ± Flow ±Shop sequencing ± n jobs through two machines ± n jobs through three machines ± Job shop sequencing ± two jobs through µm¶ machines Replacement: Introduction ± Replacement of items that deteriorate with time ± when money value is not counted and counted ± Replacement of items that fail completely. unbalanced transportation problem ± Degeneracy. No. Linear Programming: Linear Programming Problem Formulation ± Graphical solution ± Simplex method ± Artificial variables techniques . Inventory Models: Introduction ± Single item ± Deterministic models ± Purchase inventory models with one price break and multiple price breaks ± shortages are not allowed ± Stochastic models ± demand may be 8 discrete variable or continuous variable ± Instantaneous production. Assignment problem ± Formulation ± Optimal solution . group replacement. Big-M method ± Duality Principle Transportation problem: Formulation ± Optimal solution. Queuing Models: Introduction ± Single Channel ± Poisson arrivals ± 7 exponential service times ± with infinite population and finite population models± Multichannel ± Poisson arrivals ± exponential service times with infinite population single channel Poisson arrivals Game Theory: Introduction ± Minimax (maximin) ± Criterion and optimal strategy ± Solution of games with saddle points ± Rectangular 6 games without saddle points ± 2 X 2 games ± dominance principle ± m X 2 & 2 X n games ±graphical method. Module 01 Module 02 Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 Module 06 Details Hrs.12 Two±phase method. Dynamic programming: Introduction ± Bellman¶s Principle of optimality ± Applications of dynamic programming.

4.R/Wayne L. Tamilarasi /Pearson Education 2. Operations Research / S. (15) Marks. and written test. each of 20 Marks 2. Operations Research /A.P.Ravindran . Question paper will comprise of total seven question.. Wiley India.Pannerselvam.PHI Publications. Operations Research / R.Balasubramani.R/Hiller & Libermann (TMH) O. Introduction to O. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Assignments and visit report: ««««. Text Books: 1. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.R /Taha//Pearson Education . Arhur Yaspan and Lawrence Friedman 3.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. (25) Marks. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus.Natarajan. A.Theory Examination: 1.D. 2.Sharma-Kedarnath.M. Introduction to O.A. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments at least one on each module. D Phillips. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.Winston/Thomson Brooks/cole 5. Only five question need to be solved. 3. References: 1. Operations Research :Principal and Practices. Operations Research: Methods and Problems / Maurice Saseini.

How IT supports People and Organizational Activities..1 Organizational Performance: IT support and Applications. Managerial Issues.2 Networks Computing for Collaboration Discovery Search and Customized Delivery.CLASS: BE(Mechanical) Semester:-VII SUBJECT: Information Technology for Management of Enterprises (ELECTIVE I) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Data warehousing. 2. Agile. Emerging Computing Enviornments:SaaS. Data Management A Critical success Factor. Communication. Doing Business In the Digital Economy. the adaptive . IT Infrastructure: 2. Messaging and Collaboration. Classifications and Types of Information Systems. Managerial issues.1 Managing Data: Databases and warehousing. 05 1. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr. Marketing databases in action.2 IT Support Systems: Concepts and Management Information Systems Concepts and Definitions. How It supports Supply Chains and Enterprise Systems. Databases and Data Base Management Systems. Web Based Data 07 Management Systems. Managerial issues. Real time Enterprise. organizational performance and responses and IT support. No. . Information Systems Infrastructure and Architecture. File management. Information Technology Development and Trends. SOA and more. Information Systems and Information Technology. Business pressures. Module 01 Module 02 Details Hrs. IT in the Organization 1. Creating Databases. Social and Ethical issues.

Business to Consumer applications. Business value of Enterprise systems. Partner relationship Management and collaborative commerce. Managerial Issues. Managing human Resource Systems. B2B Applications. transaction processing Information systems.2 Global and Interorganizational Information Systems: Interorganizational Activities and order fulfillment. e Commerce Support Services : Advertising Payments and order Fulfillment. Global Information Systems. 3. Integrating Functional Information Systems. supply chain challenges. Customer Relationship Management. Business Process Management. Mobile Shopping Advertising and Content providing. Managerial Issues. Mobile applications in Financial Services. Organizational Applications 4. Major EC Mechanisms. Managing Production / Operations and Logistics. 08 10 .Module 03 Module 04 The Web revolution 3.2 Wireless Devices and their applications: Mobile Computing and Commerce: Overview Benefits and Drivers. Location Based Services and Commerce. Enterprise resource planning systems. Interorganizational information Systems and Virtual Corporations. Managerial issues. Understanding Enterprise Systems: Supply Chain Essentials of Enterprise systems and supply chains. Pervasive Computing. Facilitating IOS and Global Systems from Demand driven Networks to RFID.Major models of E Business : From E-Government to C2C. Managing Marketing and Sales Systems. Interorganizational Information Integration. Product life cycle Management. Mobile enterprise and Interbusiness Applications. Ethical and legal issues in E Business.1 IT Compliance: Functional Applications and Transaction Processing Functional informational Systems. Managerial Issues. Managing the accounting and Finance Systems. Mobile consumer Services and Entertainment. How IT supports compliance. Managerial Issues 4.1 E Commerce and E Business: Overview of E Business and E commerce. supply chain opportunities.

Data Visualization.2 Corporate Performance Management and Business Intelligence: A framework of Business Intelligence: concepts and Benefits. Business Analytics: Online analytical processing reporting and querying.1 Managing Knowledge Introduction to Knowledge Management. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. 6. Managerial Issues. Automated Decision Support (ADS). and competitive Intelligence. Only five question need to be solved. Managerial Issues. Business Performance Management Scorecards and Dashboards. selecting an acquisition approach and other implementation issues. real time business intelligence. Evaluating IT investment: Benefits Costs and Issues. Value Chain Model. 5. Identifying Justifying and planning IT systems applications. 1. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.2 Economics of IT: Financial and Economic Trends and the productivity paradox.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Competitive Forces Model. Data Text Web mining and Predictive Analytics. IT Planning. Business Process Redesign. knowledge management activities. Information Technology in Knowledge Management. Expert Systems. Outsourcing.3 Managerial Decision making and IT support systems Managers and Decision making. 6. Decision support systems. Intelligent Support Systems : The basics. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Roles of people in knowledge management. Managing the IS department. IT Economics strategies: Chargeback and Outsourcing. 10 Module 06 08 Theory Examination: 1. Organizational Learning and Memory. Strategic Resources and Capabilities. Other intelligent systems.: for Individuals groups and Enterprise. application service providers and utility computing. Managerial Issues. Enterprise systems and Business Partners. Managerial Issues. Geographical Information Systems and virtual reality. 5. each of 20 Marks 2. knowledge Management Systems implementation. Acquiring IT applications: available options. Managerial Issues. Connecting to Databases.Module 05 Managerial and Decision Support Systems 5. Methods for evaluating and justifying IT Investment. Approaches to Knowledge management.3 IT Application Acquisitions and Options The landscape and framework of IT Application Acquisition. 3. Ensuring Success of KM Efforts. Economic aspects of IT and Web Based Systems. . Implementing and Managing IT 6.1 IT: Strategic objectives and Planning IT Strategic Alignment. Managerial issues. Interorganizational and international IT planning. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.

(25) Marks. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments (at least one on each module) and written test. Sanjiva Shankar Dubey. Ephrain McLean. IT Strategy and Management. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. Evaluation System Sr. The five classical components of VR Systems. Mechanical trackers. (15) Marks. Text Books: 1. Three Dimensional Position Trackers: Tracker performance parameters. Prentice Hall CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT: VIRTUAL REALITY (ELECTIVE I) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Navigations and Gesture Interfaces. Trackballs.Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Optical Trackers and Hybrid Inertial Trackers Navigation and Manipulation Interfaces: Tracker based Navigation/Manipulation Interfaces. ISBN: 978-8126-51441 2. Cengage Learning 3. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (experiments/assignments): ««««. Carroll Frenzel.1 Introduction: A short history of early virtual reality. Information Technology for Management. Eastern Economy Edition 2. early commercial VR Technology. Management of Information Technology. Magnetic trackers. Dorothy Leidner. Efrain Turban.2 Input Devices: Trackers. 1. and three Dimensional 06 . IT systems Management . TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Tata McGraw Hill Reference 1. No. Module 01 Details 1. James Wetherbe ³Information Technology for Management: Transforming Organizations in the Digital Economy´. Rich Schiesser.Henry Lucas. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 Semester:-VII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs. 6th edition.. Ultrasonic trackers. VR becomes an Industry.

Tactile Feedback Interfaces. The haptics rendering pipeline. Force Computation. Java 3D Scene graph. Object Position. 4. Modeling: Geometric Modeling: Virtual Object Shape. Object Hierarchies. 5. WTK Networking. Object Visual Appearance. Usability Engineering Methodology. Collision Detection and response. Influence of Feedback Multimodality. personal graphics displays. Output Devices: Graphical. Graphics Benchmarks. JAVA 3D: Model Geometry and Appearance. Java 3D Networking. The WTK Scene Graph. General Haptics Open Software Toolkit: GHOST Integration with the Graphics Pipeline.1 Virtual Reality Programming: Toolkits and Scene Graphs. User Performance Studies: Test bed Evaluation of universal VR Tasks. Computing Architectures for Virtual Reality: The Rendering Pipeline: The graphical rendering pipeline. 3. Graphical Display: The human visual system.2 Human Factors in Virtual Reality: Methodology and Terminology: Data Collection and Analysis. Sensors and Behaviors.Probes Gesture Interfaces: The Pinch Glove. Colocated rendering Pipelines. Module 02 08 Module 03 08 Module 04 08 Module 05 10 . the Cyberglove 2. Transformation Invariants. WTK and Java 3D Performance Comparison. the Didjiglove. Distributed VR Architectures: Multipipeline Synchronization. viewing the three dimensional words. Haptic Feedback: The human haptic system. Work Station Based Architectures: the Sun Blade 1000 Architecture. World Toolkit: Model Geometry and Appearance. PC Graphics Architectures: Pc Graphics Accelerators. large volume displays. Force Feedback Interfaces. The SGI Infinite Reality Architecture. Speaker based three dimentional sound. Behavior Modeling and Model Management: Level of Detail Management. Distributed Virtual Environments. the 5DT Data Glove. 5. Influence of System Responsiveness on User Performance. Cell Segmentation. Haptic Texturing. The GHOST Haptic Scene Graph. Three Dimensional Sound and Haptic Displays. Graphics and PHANToM Calibration. Force Smoothing and Mapping. Sensors and Action Functions. Surface Deformation. Physical Modeling: Collision Detection. Kinematics Modeling: Homogeneous Transformation Matrices. Sound displays: the human auditory system. the convolvotron.

Question paper will comprise of total seven question. (25) Marks. VR Application in Navy. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work Hours 3 Semester:VII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 Evaluation System . Grigore Burdea. Only five question need to be solved. VR and the Arts. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Sherman..1 Traditional Virtual Reality Applications: Medical Application of VR: Virtual Anatomy. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Entertainment Application of VR.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. John vince. Air Force use of VR. Triage and Diagnostic. References: 1. other VR Application in Manufacturing. CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. 3. Application of VR in Robotics: Robot Programming. 6. Wiley India 2. Information Visualization: Oil Exploration and Well Management. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Understanding Virtual Reality . (15) Marks. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments (at least one on each module) and written test. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. each of 20 Marks 2.2 Emerging Application of VR: VR Application and Manufacturing: Virtual Prototyping. Robot Tele operation. Military VR Application: Army use of VR. 08 Theory Examination: 1. Philippe Coiffet. Volumetric Data Visualization. Surgery and Rehabilitation. Arts and Entertainment: VR in Education.Elsever. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (assignments): ««««. ³ Virtual Reality Technology´ 2 nd edition.Module 06 6. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Education. ³Virtual Reality Systems´ Pearson Education Asia 3.

2.1. Solver.1.3 Unsteady Two-dimensional Convection-Diffusion 5.2 Variational Formulation 3.3.4 Control Volume Formulation 3.4 Working of Commercial CFD Softwares 1.2 Unsteady One-dimensional Conduction 4.3 Methods of Deriving the Discretization Equations 3.3.1 The Discritization Concept 3.5 Solution methodology-Preprocessing.1.1 Governing Differential Equations 2. Mathematical description of Physical Phenomenon 2. H-type.2.1 Steady One-dimensional and Two Dimensional ConvectionDiffusion 5.4 Methods for finding the Solution of Discretized Equations 4 Heat Conduction 4.1.2 Initial and Boundary Value problems 3.TOTAL Sr. Introduction 1.1 What is CFD 1.3 A Momentum equation 2.2 The Nature of Numerical Methods 3. No.1.3 Methods of Predictions like Experimental.2 Unsteady One-dimensional Convection-Diffusion 5.1 Meaning of Differential equation 2. Module 01 6 Module 02 10 Module 03 12 Module 04 6 Module 05 6 . Convection and Diffusion 5.4 Solution of Steady heat Conduction by FEM 150 Hrs.4 Over relaxation and Under relaxation 5.2.5 The General Differential Equation 2.1.3 Two and Three-dimensional Situations 4. C-type of Structured Grid Generation 3.2 Boundary Conditions 2.3 Method of Weighted Residuals 3. Grid Generation and Discretization Methods 3.4 The Energy Equation 2.1 O-type.1 Taylor-Series Formulation 3.2 The Continuity Equation 2. Theoretical 1.2.3. Details 1.1 Structured and unstructured Grids 3.2 The Structure of the Discritization Equation 3.1.2 Mesh Adaptation 3.3.2 Scope and Application of CFD 1.1 Initial and Boundary Conditions 2. Post processing 2.1 Steady One-dimensional Conduction 4.

.Tannehill. 3. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. The Marks.A.W.. 2.. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Chakrabarty S. Pearson Education. . India.K.2 The Time-Averaged Equations for Turbulent Flow 8 Theory Examination: 1. 3. New York.1 Basic Theories of Turbulence 6. Narosa Publishing House ..P. .. Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer.I. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. 6. Question paper will comprise of total seven question.. K. Versteeg.5 Introduction to Turbulence Modeling 6.K. 1998.. Marks.3 Determination of Pressure for Viscous Flow 6.K. Malalasekera.New Delhi1995..2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. References: 1. and Pletcher. Niyogi. Only five question need to be solved.2 Stream Function-Vorticity Method 6. Ghoshdasdidar. (25) written test. R. 1984."Computer Simulation of flow and heat transfer" Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Ltd.Module 06 6.5. each of 20 Marks 2.4 The SIMPLE. Text Books: 1.S.H.and Sundararajan. Incompressible Fluid Flow 6. : ³ An introduction to computational fluid dynamics.: ³ Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics´.T. D. P. Prentice Hall 2. (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««.1 Governing Equations. "Computational Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer".Hemishphere Publishing Corporation. SIMPLER Algorithm 6. Marks. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments/tutorials and distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Tutorials/assignments: «««««««««««««.Laha M. USA.5.The finite volume method´. I.. Muralidhar. Anderson.H.

B. C and Hughes J. V."Numerical Fluid Dynamics" Narosa Publishing House.: ³ Boundary layer theory.K.1987.U. 5.J. Computational Fluid Dynamics. Pope Stephen: ³ Turbulence´ 9..T. Flectcher.. C. Pineridge Press Ltd.1981. New York 8.J. Hemisphere Publishing Corporation 4. . 1997.Patankar "Numerical heat transfer fluid flow". Taylor. C..ELSEVER.K. Springer-Verlag. Subas. McGraw-Hill.3.. H. SpringerVerlage 7. Schlichting.A.. 6."Computational Techniques for Fluid Dynamics 1" Fundamental and General Techniques..A. A practical approach tu et al . Fletcher. Bose.Finite Element Programming of the Navier Stock Equation. "Computational Techniques for Different Flow Categories.

Problem reduction. Applications 3 PROGRAMMING FOR ROBOTS: Methods.. Machine loading & unloading. Manipulator Path Control. Position & Velocity Sensors. Tool as end effecter 1. Interpretation.2 SOCIAL ISSUES & ECONOMICS OF ROBOTICS 8 Module 02 8 Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 8 7 9 Module 06 8 . 1.3 ROBOT & ITS PERIPHERALS: End Effecters . Object description & recognition. Motion interpolation.CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT: INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS (ELECTIVE I) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Basic Control System Concepts & Models. State space search. Uses Vision Systems Equipment 2 MACHINE VISION: Introduction. 5 ROOT INTELLGENCE & TASK PLANNING: Introduction.types.1 ROBOTIC APPLICATION IN MANUFACTURING: Material transfer. Robotic Cell Design & Control. Programming in suitable languages Characteristics of robot. Robot languages. Problem solving. Processing operations. Robot programme as a path in space. level & task level languages.1 INTRODUCTION: Automation & robotics. No.2 DRIVES: Control Loops. Control System Analysis.& Homogeneous Transformations. Robot Dynamics. Sr. Reverse . Robot learning. Sensing & Digitising. Module 01 Details 1. Low level & High level vision. Tactile Sensors. Means -Ends Analysis. Actuators . Future Prospects 1. Robotic System & Anatomy Classification. Assembly & Inspectors. Evaluation System Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 -- Semester:-VII 04 02 --Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs. 6. Use of predictive logic. Segmentation. Sensor Based Systems.4 SENSORS: Sensors in Robotics.Robot task planning. Edge detection. Proximity & Range Sensors. Power Transmission Systems. Robot Activation & Feedback Components. 4 ROBOT KINEMATICS: Forward. 6. Image processing & analysis. Mechanical & other grippers.

Theory Examination: 1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Wiley India 13.Ernest deoblin 10. Modern control Engineering .Systems . Automatic -Control. References: 1. Industrial Robotics . Ogata . F. Engelberger 3. Mechanical Measurements . Robotics in Practice . 3. Robot manipulators: mathematics. Only five question need to be solved.John Craig 7.Yorem Koren 2. Measurement systems . y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks.K. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Robotics . Christial Blume . Robotic Engineering An Integrated approach . (25) Marks. Robot Dynamics and Control by Mark Spong. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments at least one on each module. programming of robots): (15) Marks. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology and Systems . Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Programming and Control . 4. each of 20 Marks 2.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. programming of robots and written test. Computer Aided Design in Mechanical Engineering .Paul r p 8.Beckwith and Lewisbuck 11.Groover and Simmers 9. y Laboratory work (assignments.J.Ramamurthy 5. Tzafestas .Ulrich rembolds.Richard D. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus.PHI 12. Wiley India 6.Benjamin Kuo.Spyros G. KIafter and et. Intelligent Robotic Systems . Robotics for Engineers . PHI 14. al. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««.

Special pipe fittings. Indian standards. pipe fittings (bends.Loads on the piping system(such as sustained . Pump GA Drawing and Layout Consideration.ASTM . Process data sheets. cross). Isometric Drawings. types of flanges. relief valve outlet). flanges . GA . fittings .Valves ) . thermal. Pipe hydraulics & Sizing. Sr. Piping & Instrumentation diagrams. Piping Drawing Piping symbols. valves etc. Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 -- Semester:-VII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs. Process flow diagram. expansion loop & expansion joints . Plot Plan Development & Requirements(General guidelines) Equipment Layout Terminology. gasket . Piping GA Drawing Requirements and Layout Procedure. Plot Plan. Preparation of Equipment Layout. constant spring support.Pipe schedule. & Piping GA Drawings. expansion joints. Line guide. Pipe thickness calculations. Piping materials : ASME . Piping fundamentals Piping elements (pipes. Snubber etc. flanges . Design Philosophy. No. IS .bolting . Allowable stress. water hammer.expansion joints. pressure temperature rating for flanges.Tees . Role of Piping within project plan. Reducers. Selection of Design code.CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT : PIPING ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE-I) Lecture Periods per week Practical 1Period of 60 min. British Standards for Piping Engineering. elbow . Tank & Vessel Layout Consideration. Control Point & Battery Limits. Flexible supports like variable spring support. Steps involve in stress analysis of piping system. and Equipment layout. Unified numbering system (UNS).software¶s used for 8 10 8 10 4 8 .Hold down. Interdisciplinary inputs/coordination. Procedure to carry out stress analysis. Pipe support span calculations. Equipment Layout. Piping Stress Analysis : Need of Stress Analysis. DIN materials for piping components such as pipe . Stub ends. Module 01 Module 02 Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 Module 06 Details Introduction to Piping Introduction to phases of plant design. Flexibility analysis. occassional. Selection of materials. thermal load calculations. Line stop .Print Reading Exercise Piping supports Fixed supports like Rest . critical line list preparation . supports .. hydro-test loads. Piping Codes & Standards American Standards. fittings..bolting . orthographic (Plan & Elevation) drawings. Rigid strut etc.

B. Pipe rack width calculation.1 4. Dekker . Introduction to Modeling software s ( PDMS. PRACTICALS 1 Draw Piping Symbols. each of 20 Marks 6. 3 Piping Codes & Standards. Mohinder L. ASME B31. ³Piping Design Handbook´. Term Work: ASSIGNMENTS 1 Introduction to Piping . 3. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. 7. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.C&D. Draw Isometric drawing of any 5 piping systems y Laboratory work (assignments. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. 2 Draw General Arrangement for Plant Layout. Nayyar . Pipe . ASME code for Process Piping . John. ) & Stress analysis (CAESAR II) software s.stress analysis of piping system . Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. programming of robots): (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««.ASME B31. 5 Piping supports 6 7 Piping Stress Analysis. 2 Piping fundamentals . 4. PDS etc. . Piping Handbook . McGraw-Hill Publication 2. Macetta . Section II A. ASME B16. (25) Marks. 4 Piping materials. Only five question need to be solved.Flanges & Flange Fittings 6. Marks.5 . Theory Examination: 5.3 5. An International Code 2007 ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code. Marks. Rules For Construction of Pressure Vessels . References: 1. 1992 3. M. ASME code for Process Piping .

(Mechanical ) Semester:. Terminal velocity. System Model Representation Configuration Form State Space Representation Input.Output Equation. Matrix Transformation & Diagonalization. Mathematical Modeling of Dynamic Systems:--Using Newton¶s law of cooling. Motion of chain on pulley etc. Torricelli¶s law. Radiocarbon dating. Module 02 08 Module 03 04 Module 04 . Determinants. Mixing problem. Eigen values & Eigen vectors. No. Differential Equations: Linear Differential Equations with constant Coefficients. Radioactive Decay.CLASS: BE. Analysis and Design of Dynamic Systems.VII SUBJECT: DYNAMIC SYSTEM MODELLING & ANALYSIS (ELECTIVE I) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. State Space Representation From I / O Equation & from Transfer function & Transfer Function from State Space. Final Value Theorems. Inverse Laplace Transformation. Complex Analysis: Complex numbers in Rectangular &Polar forms.First order system / Second order systems. Inverse & Rank of matrix. Complex variables and Complex function. Initial Value Theorems. Partitioning of Matrices. Module 01 Details Introduction to dynamic systems. 08 . Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 ---04 -02 Marks 100 25 25 150 Hrs. Kirchhoff¶s law. Matrix Analysis: Vectors& Matrices. 08 Evaluation System Sr. Skydiver. Laplace Transform: Laplace transformation of Derivatives & Integrals. Shift on t-axis & S-axis Applications of Laplace Transform: System Response.

Electric Network Fluid & Thermal Systems MATLAB Basics: Introduction. McGRAW-HILL INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS ‡ System Dynamics ± Katsuhiko Ogata PEARSON Education ‡ Engineering System Dynamics²Rao V.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 8. . Armature-Controlled DC Motors. Rotational system . Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Only five question need to be solved.Geared 12 system.Module 05 Module 06 Mechanical System: Translation system. 7. Linear Algebra. Field-Controlled DC Motors. Tow Degree of Freedom Systems. Matrix Operations. Statements of variables. 08 MATLAB Functions. Printing and Graphics. Laplace Transforms. Vectors. each of 20 Marks 6. Electromechanical system: Elemental Relations of Electromechanical systems. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Narosa Publication ‡ Control Systems Engineering ± Norman S. Vu & Ramin S. Transient Response Analysis. MATLAB Tutorial: Single Degree of Freedom Systems. Response to Initial Condition TERM WORK: Term work shall comprise of the class assignments and a class test based on above syllabus.Eronini THOMSON Theory Examination: 5. Dukkipati. Class Assignments Class test Total : 15 Marks : 10 Marks : 25 Marks TEXT BOOKS: ‡ DYNAMIC SYSTEMS Modeling and Analysis ± Hung V. WILEY STUDENT EDITION ‡ REFERENCES: SYSTEM DYNAMICS & CONTROL²Eronini Umez. Esfandiari. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Nise.

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Module 02 08 . spiral. Transmissions Necessity of gear box. Brakes Requirement of brake. Types of live axles. Braking of front wheel. Steering linkages and steering gears. Mechanical. Hypoid and worm drives. Constant mesh. Types of front axles and their constructions. Overdrives and hydrodynamic torque converter. Brake trouble shooting. 2. Synchromesh and epicyclic gear box. No. Classification of brakes. Electro and vaccum brakes. Disc brakes. Rear wheel and four wheel brakes. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 3 - Semester:VIII 4 2 Marks 100 --25 125 Evaluation System Sr. Trouble shooting and remedies. 08 Trouble shooting and remedies. Design of clutch. Cornering power. Types of Clutches and Clutch materials. three quarter and full floating axles. Hydraulic. Reversibility of steering gears. Different types of universal joints and constant velocity joints. Module 01 Details Hrs. Trouble shooting and remedies. semi. Pneumatic. Live axle and differential: Final drive. bevel. Introduction Classification of automobiles. Fluid coupling.CLASS: BE(Mechanical ) SUBJECT: AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Sliding mesh. Clutch Details. Necessity of differential. Introduction to antilock braking system (ABS). Drive line: Propeller shafts and universal joints: Types and construction. over steer and under steer.1 Conventional and non-slip differential. Trouble shooting and remedies. Requirements of Clutches. Conventional and non-slip differential. Steering requirements. Trouble shooting and remedies. Steering and Front axles Steering geometry.

Maintenance and testing of Lead-Acid battery. Pitching. Starting system: Requirements. Independent suspension. Basic dimensions: Geometrical relations to drivers seat. Overrunning Clutch. Distributor less ignition System. Alkaline. 08 08 10 . Trouble shooting and remedies. Dimensions of foot and pedal control. Rubber compression. Location of power plant. Direct Ignition system. Working. Electronic Ignition System: Capacitor Discharge Ignition System. Dyer. Chassis types and structure types: Open. Follo through. Electrical system Battery: Types of battery. Regulators. Various torque terms used. Construction. combined current and voltage regulator. Overall Criteria for vehicle comparison. Frames: functions and types of frames. Barrel. 4. Body Engineering Importance of Body design. Forces acting in independent suspension. Starter motor drives.Aerodynamic lifts and pitching moments. Basic requirements. Hall effect pulse generator. Materials for body construction-Styling forms-Coach and bus body style. Rectification from AC to DC. Inductive pulse generator. Alternator: Principle of operation. charging. Types of tyres. Sprung and un-sprung mass. Glow plugs. Inflation Pressure and its importance. Suspension Objects of suspension. Starter motor solenoids and switches. etc. Constructional features. Constant dwell system. Charging System: Dynamo: Principle of operation.Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 3. Aerodynamic drag. Constant energy system. Springs. layouts of passenger cars. Ratings. Vehicle dimensions and visibility. Wheels and Tyres Requirements of wheels and tyres. Construction. Working. Bus and truck bodies. Load distribution of structure. Friction Clutch.ZEBRA.Leaf and Coil springs. Semi integral and integral bus structure. Air suspension and its features. Compression Spring. rolling and bouncing. Lead-Acid. Loads on frames. Shock absorbers. Application to ride and stability. Sodium Sulphur and Swing. Passenger seats. Bendix. 5. Side force. Yawing moments and rolling moments.

Light sensors. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. Oxygen sensors. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Knock sensors. assignments and written test. 3. Electronic fuel injectors. Multipoint fuel injection system and single point fuel injection. Study of rear axle and differential 5. (15) Marks. working & application of temperature sensors. Study of gear boxes 4. each of 20 Marks 2. Construction. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Principle of operation. operating modes of ECM ( closed loop and open loop) Inputs required and output signals from ECM. New developments in the sensor technology. Study of engine components 2. methanol sensors Rain sensor. Optical sensor. Study of suspension system 9. Study of basic dimension and vehicle layout 10. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (experiments/assignments): ««««. Pressure sensors.Module 06 6. 08 List of Experiments: Assignments and laboratory experiments of ( any Eight ) 1. inductive sensors. Study of brakes 8. Hot wire and thin film air flow sensors. vortex flow/turbine fluid sensors. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Study of starting systems. Study of clutches 3. Study of ignition and charging systems 6. 7. Study of computer control engine Report on factory visit Theory Examination: 1. Electronic Spark control. Idle speed control. Only five question need to be solved. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportion al to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 08 experiments. (25) Marks. Text Books: . Recent trends in Automobiles Electronic Control module (ECM). lighting systems and battery.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Question paper will comprise of total seven question.. linear). Air Management system. Position sensors( rotary.

Computerised Engine Control by Dick King 5. Vehicle Body Engineering by J Powlowski 4. Jack Erjavec Cengage Learning 6.1. System Approach to Automobile Technology. M. Automobile Electrical and Electronics by Tom Denton 3. Automotive Mechanics by William Cruose 2. Elsevier . J. Nunney .R. The Automobile Engineering by T. Automotive Mechanics by Joseph Heitner 3.Banga & Nathu Singh 4. Automobile Engineering by Kirpal Singh Vol I & II 2. Light & Heavy Vehical technology. The Automobile by Harbans Singh Reyat References: 1.

collocation. eight nodded quadrilateral element. Primary and Secondary Variables and types of Boundary 6 Conditions. etc. Partitioning of Matrix. transformation and assembly concepts. Fluid Network. 1Period of 60 min. .2 Piecewise approximations. 1. Applications of FEM in various fields. Formulation of matrix method--³stiffness matrix´. four nodded rectangular element. No. heat transfer and fluid flow (Stepped and Taper Bars. 5. Three nodded triangular element. six nodded triangular element.1 Minimization of a functional. homogeneous and nonhomogeneous boundary conditions. Module 01 Module 02 Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 Details Hrs. Advantages and disadvantages of FEM.2 Differential Equations in different fields : Types of Differential Equations. internal and external node/s. 9 4. primary and secondary variables. 1. natural boundary conditions. aspect ratio. Plane Trusses. Spring-Cart systems. Band-width. 1. Gauss quadranture formula. Principle of minimum total potential.2 Elements of variational calculus.1 Approximate solution of differential equations-. order of the element.2 FEM Procedure : Definitions of various terms used in FEM like element. nine nodded quadrilateral element. degree of 7 freedom.Weightaed residual techniques. essential boundary conditions. Comparison with weighted residual method. Newton cotes formula.CLASS: BE (Mechanical ) SUBJECT: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS Periods per week. Gauss quadranture in two dimensions. Beams). Basis of Finite Element Methods.. Least squares and Galerkin methods. compatibility.1 Example problems in one dimensional structural analysis.1 Two dimensional finite element formulations. coarse and fine meshing. Gauss Elimination Method to get inverse of a Matrix. simpson¶s 1/3rd rule. Piecewise Rayleigh-Ritz method. 4. Fins.4 Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal rule. 2. 3.1 Introductory Concepts: Introduction to FEM. 1. 2. 8 3. General FEM procedure. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 04 Semester:-VIII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr. four nodded 11 quadrilateral element. Introduction. Brief History.3 Matrix Algebra: Matrix operations.

3. (10) Marks. in any analysis software such as ANSYS.1 Finite element formulation of dynamics.2 Natural coordinates and coordinate transformations: Alternate methods for deriving shape functions.. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. 5. The projects will be developed by teams of maximum two students (using any analysis software) and shall consist problem definition. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. 6.3 Isoperimetric. Algorithms for solution of equations. Sources of error. appropriate selection of elements. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (exercises/assignments): ««««. patch test and errors in finite element analysis. (25) Marks. Simulation. 4) Mechanical vibrations 5) Coupled field/ multiphysics Each exercise shall cover tasks like Model-preparation. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. 1) Structural analysis 2) Thermal analysis. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. 3) Fluid dynamics. assignments (one on each module) and written test. Students shall attach the solution of above exercise as part of term work. post processing. simulation and validation of results. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of syllabus. Convergence criterion. ABACUSS etc. Lumped and consistent mass matrices. Mesh generation. Applications to free vibration problems. Transient dynamics problems in heat transfer and solid mechanics. Only five question need to be solved. Algorithms for solution of Eigen value problems.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. . NASTRAN.Module 06 5. Natural coordinates ± triangular elements. 7 List of Experiments: At list three exercises from the following areas. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Natural coordinates ± quadrilateral elements. Postprocessing etc. Course Project In course project students shall integrate and apply the knowledge gained during the fundamental courses of Mechanical Engineering. Theory Examination: 1. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 03 experiments. mesh generation. each of 20 Marks 2. Method of Elimination. model preparation.

CBS Publication. John Wiley.D. R. Wiley India.C.Z. Wiley India.. Prentice Hall of India.Belegundu. Tata McGrawHill 10) Concept and Application of Finite Element Methods by Robert Cook.H. Elsevier 2) Finite Element Method. Butterworth-Heinemann. 5) Huebener K.Krishnamoorthy. Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering by Tirupati R. Finite Element Procedures in Engineering Analysis.L.Seshu. New York. 6) Finite Element Methods . Chandrupatla & Ashok D. 1) The Finite Element Method its Basis & Fundamentals ±O.Zienkiewicz. S.Logan. . Reddy J. and Byrom T. Elsevier 4) 5) 6) 7) Finite Element Methods for Engineers. McGrawHill 3) The Finite Element Method in Engineering . The Finite Element Method for Engineers.Taylor & J. 2) Finite Elements Hand Book by H. K.Zhu. N. Dewhirst D.G.Text Books: .J.S. 3) Concepts & Applications of Finite Element Analysis by R.. Kardestuneer. U.E. 4) Bathe. Cengage Learning 8) Finite Elements Analysis . C.Rao. Academic Press.. P. George Buchanan McGrawHill 9) Finite Elements Analysis .S..Cook..Dixit.S. 4th Edition. Smith D. Prentice Hall Introduction to Finite Elements Methods by Desai and Abel. Cengage Learning Textbook of FE Analysis. References: 1) Introduction to Finite Element Methods by Erik Thompson.D.

time study equipments. performance rating and allowances. 2. productivity improvement techniques. Method Study: Definition and objectives. motion economy principles. predetermined motion time standards(PMTS) Ergonomics: Definition and objectives of human engineering. No. productivity measures. techniques of work measurement. recording techniques. factors influencing productivity. use of value engineering. 8 . critical examination. work study procedure. objectives of industrial engineering. scope and steps involved in method study. system approach and industrial engineering. installation and maintenance of proposed method. VALUE ENGINEENEERING Definition and meaning of Value engineering. Evaluation of cultural fit on mergers and acquisitions of business enterprises. importance and advantages. Module 01 Details Hrs. history and contribution to industrial engineering. techniques of 6 industrial engineering. computation of standard time. steps in value engineering.CLASS: BE(Mechanical ) Semester:-VIII SUBJECT: INDUDTRIAL ENGINEERING AND ENETERPRISE RESOURSE PLANNING Periods per week. methods to improve work environment. development and selection of improved method. human factors affected by environment. INTRODUCTION Introduction to industrial engineering. principles of value engineering. job selection. I INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 1. manmachine systems and their aspects and relationship with productivity. steps involved in work measurement. types of elements. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 04 -02 Marks 100 --25 125 Evaluation System Sr. definition and concept of productivity. 1Period of 60 min. WORK STUDY & ERGONOMICS Work Study: Definition and objectives. Module 02 8 Module 03 3. value analysis and value engineering. Work Measurement: Definition and objectives. industrial engineering approach.

Term Work: At least six assignments on concepts. BPR. sharing of data and information.Conceptual overview. ERP. Any two shall be on EXCEL sheet . Agile 8 6. . Statistical Quality Control: Cost of quality. JIT for waste reduction. principles of integrated system design.Overview of functional modules (i) Manufacturing and Purchase Module: A functional overview (ii) Finance Module-A functional overview (iii) Sales & Distribution Module-A functional Overview Module 06 ERP-Implementation methodologies. Case studies and analysis based on the topics mentioned above. economics of inventory management. types of layouts. Success and failure cases. SAP/3. WASTE MANAGEMENT . material management. Introduction to ERP software. waste reduction techniques.Module 04 4. EPR. control charts for variables. Lean manufacturing manufacturing. Only five question need to be solved. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. deterministic models in inventory management Facility Planning: Objectives and scope. and computer packages for layout analysis. layout design techniques. COMPUTERS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Need of computers in industrial engineering. Introduction MRP-II. SCM. RESOURCE UTILIZATION Inventory Management: Definition. waste and productivity. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Information technology and ERP systems in Mergers & Acquisitions of business enterprises. each of 20 Marks 2. etc 11 modules in functional module. types of wastes. scope and objectives. acceptance sampling. quality management. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. ERP Audit. Best Practices and Business process reengineering issues in ERP. ABAP and BASIS as technical module. quality specification. plant maintenance . Evolution and Architecture of ERP. need of SQC. development of systems. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Critical components. location of facilities. assembly line balancing. etc.Definition and objectives. ERP systems in India. sales and distribution. advantages of systems. 9 Module 05 integrated integrated to MRP-I. Future of ERP. TQM. finance and controlling. Concept of variation. 5. post merger and ERP systems 9 Theory Examination: 1. central tendency theorem. Production planning.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4.0 : Technical module and functional module. JIT. ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING ERP. 3. waste and environment. Structure. control charts for attributes.

(15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. 6.. Marks. John R. Heinz Weihrich. Oakland 5 Work Study and Ergonomics. Kenneth M. 2.. Alexis Leon. Hurley .Business & ERP Transforming the Enterprise Grant Norris . Bragenza. Thomson press Busi ness Process redesign A View From the inside By Ashley . Marks. Barnes. 4. 4 Total Quality management. 5. 1. International Journal of Business Performance Management 2003 . E. Gang A. Cengage Learning. Hurtley . Apple TQM (Total Quality management) By Besterfield Business process reengineering Myths & Realities By Colen Coulsan .S. . James R.Wiley Plant layout. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd Journal Reference Yaakov Weber. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd 3 Time and Motion Study. Measuring cultural fit in mergers and acquisitions. The St. Ehud Menipaz. John D.Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments and written test. J. Lucas Press/ Apics Series on resources management 7. 2. Chase.. LangenWalter. H. Singla. 54-72 References: 1. Koontz. Harold. marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (Assignments/Case studies): ««««. (25) Text Books: The distribution of Marks. 3. International Thomson Business Press ERP. 10th Edition. B.Vol. Facilities planning By M. D.1 pp. Ralph M. Management A Global Perspective . Andrew Myers. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd . No. Acquilano & Jacks. Sham .S. Dhanpatrai & Sons 6 ERP and beyond integrating your entire organization.International Edition. 5. Enterprise Resource Planning. Production and Operation Management.

1 Methodology Selection 6.2 Project Readiness Assessment 6.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4.3 Clearly define your project's objectives 3. No.1 Prepare a project budget 5. Only five question need to be solved. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 --04 02 --Marks 100 --25 25 150 Hrs.2Considerations in BPR 1. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.3 Case Studies of BPR 8 8 8 9 10 Theory Examination: 1.2 Articulate the business issues driving the project 2.2 Project Planning Template and Guidelines 5. and Choose Your Approach 2.1 Choose your reengineering steps 4. each of 20 Marks 2.4 SW available for BPR 2.2 Define the project scope 3. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.1 How to Plan Your Project.2 Select and work with consultants 5.3 Reengineering Team Selection Criteria and Approach 6.CLASS: BE (Mechanical) Semester:-VIII SUBJECT: BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING (ELECTIVE II) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min.3 Create a powerful team 4. . Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Module 01 Module 02 Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 Module 06 Details 1.3 TQM 1.1What is BPR 1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.1Gain buy-in from key business leaders 3. . 3.Select the Right Team. 5 Evaluation System Sr.

Johansson. two case studies and written test. McGraw-Hill New York. Katzenbach Douglas K. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Assignments and case studies: ««««. A Handbook (The) HarperCollins . Leaders and Reengineering Managers. Winning With Quality: Applying. Competing for the Future. Reengineering the Corporation . Process Innovation: Reengineering Work Through Information Technology. Productivity. 1995. Biztantra Publication. National Academy of Public Administration.waria. The Change Management Toolkit for Reengineering For companies and individuals involved in reengineering and represents a practical approach to the management of change . Wesner. Quality Principles In Product Development. NY.html 4. Trimble 8. Deming Management Method. Books. WorthingBrighton Press. Text Books: 1. (15) Marks. New York. Book review Best Practices In Reengineering. http://www. The Mary Walton.in any organization . Michael Hammer and Steven A. Managing the Change Process: A Field Book for Change Agents. References: 1. Trahant 3. Wiliiam J. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. Jeffrey M. 7. Stanton.from Holland and Davis. Carr. Team. Coopers and Lybrand 2.com/waria/fischer. Hard. Hiatt. 5. Harvard Business School Press 5.Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments at least one on each module. WARIA Book Review on line.Business Process Re-Engineering and Change Management by B R Dey.K. New Tools For New Times: The Workflow Paradigm. Kelvin J. Thomas Davenport. Caudle. The Breakthrough Strategy For Total Quality. Reengineering for Results: Keys to Success from Government Experience Sharon L.Publishers. Smith.A Manifesto for Business Revolution by M. Reengineering Revolution. Perigee. And Competitiveness James Harrington 4. and David C. Carr and Henry J. 2. David K. Inc. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. 1995 by David K. Prahalad. book review and ordering info. Gary Hamel and C. John W. Jon R. 3. Second Edition.. . (25) Marks. The Wisdom of Teams: Creating the High-Performance Organization. Book Review Only 6. Hammer and James Champy.

manufacturing details. installation practice & layouts 8 Module 02 8 Module 03 8 Module 04 Module 05 Module 06 Water Piping: Condenser. single & double rises. Erection of Systems: Foundation. 142b. common service operation.CLASS: B. package units. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 ---04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs. accessories. suction discharge & liquid line sizing. rotary screw. Condensers & evaporators-Detailed study of various types ( for Halocarbon & ammonia applications). starter fuses etc. Evaluation System Sr. electronic flow control. Equipments: Compressor-Reciprocating . safety and operating controls. TXV¶s selection and installation . Vertical Chiller. Centrifugal . technical selection. internalling compounded cascading Heat Pumps-Energy conservation. (Mechanical ) Semester:. ISI & SMACNA standards. accessories-installation Electrical Motors: Types. shut down & starting Trouble analysis. direct fired. ammonia. Refrigerant : Properties. 8 8 8 . routine & seasonal maintenance.zeotropes. application. hospitals. layout. fouling factor double & single bundle condensers. capillary. ASME code & TEMA standards . Refrigerant Controls: Electrical. Details of rating selection procedure ARI standards. tank & coil systems. selection of fins & blowers. Steam ejector System( in brief) Air conditioning-Psychrometry: Cooling load estimation for all kinds of application including low RH class room. Vapor absorption system: Li Br water single & double stage. synthetic fibre plants etc.VIII SUBJECT: ADVANCED REFRIGERATION & AIR-CONDITIONING (ELECTIVE-II ) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Operation & Practical difficulties. Module 01 Details Refrigeration cycles : Concept of SST & SDP pressure drops. adjustment & final check. TEWI factors-brines-limitations of usage Cooling Towers: Performance & Selection Multistaging-booster. selection IS code wiring layout. manufacturers. azeotropes. details placing the system in operation. No. Refrigerant piping-Materials. Cooling Tower & Chilled water piping. Evaporatorcompressor balance. level control. Design of Air-ducts: Use of ductulator air handling units. ozone depletion Montreol protocol. capacity control methods.R134a.E. air washers.

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Only five question need to be solved. 2. 3. Question paper will comprise of total seven question.Refrigeration & Air Conditioning-C.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Principles of Referigeration-Roy Dossat. Air Conditioning Principles & Systemsd-Edward G. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. each of 20 Marks 2. 5. Wiley Estern ltd. Pita.Jons. John Wiley & Sons.L. Term Work: Term work shall consist of Assignments & reports of visits to refrigeration & airconditioning installations. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. 3.Arora .Heating .Theory Examination: 1. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportion al to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning-W. Pita. Tata McGraw Hill.Stocche & J. John Wiley & sons 4. Marks. Wiley India References 1. McGraw Hill Pvt.W. Ventilating and Air Conditionng by Faye C. Ltd. (25) Text Books: 1. Refrigeration-Principles & Systems-Edward G.P. Marks. Mcquistton. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. . The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y y Laboratory work (Assignments/ report): «« Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (15) (10) Marks.

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sources. 2. different types of power reactors. secondary steam and with reheat and feed water heating. solid shut down systems. non-leakage probability. Coolant characteristics. Recapitulations: 4 Atomic Structure. fuel management. neutron reactions ± fission and fusion energies. 2. period. reflector.2: Reactor shutdown systems: Materials for reactor control and choices. delayed neutron. positive and negative reactivity. principles of radiation protection. fast neutron diffusion and slowing down of neutrons. actuation methodology. Selection of coolants. interaction of alpha. neutron lifetime. temperature. Module 1 Details Hrs. dedicated power supply and power evacuation arrangements. power and void coefficients of reactivity. liquid vs. 2. fission process.3: Primary heat transport (cooling) system: Heat generation and distribution. design aspect. isotope productions. storage. fabrication. Systems in nuclear reactor: 2. beta and gamma with matters. different uses of nuclear energy. design aspects. neutron reactions. loading consideration. Core thermal hydraulics. agricultural. radioactive waste management. handling of fuels and irradiated fuels. No. radioactivity. radioactivity generation. criticality equation. effect of isotopic purity of moderator. medicinal and industrial. neutron cross sections. four factor formula.0. Loading 12 Module 02 . nuclear energy scenario India. Cooling circuits. advances in nuclear power reactors. fission products. merits and demerits of different fuels for reactor use. test. thermal neutrons.4: Decay heat removal system: Functional requirements. Coolant Circuit.CLASS: BE(Mechanical) SUBJECT: Nuclear Technology -II (Elective ±II) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min.fall safe features. reprocessing of irradiated fuels. 2. fission fertile and fissionable material.1: Reactor fuels: Natural and enriched fuels. 1. moderating ratio. power generation and distribution. changes of coolant parameters on reactivity effects. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 --- Semester: VIII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr.research. regulatory aspect on the use of nuclear energy. Design aspects. emergency power supply.

Types. Main control room and Supplementary control room. 2. APWR. Circuit. Turbine. Module 03 3. (4) Air conditioning (5) Control and instrumentation: Parameters and logics for reactor scram. Arrangement. 2. AHWR etc.considerations. Condenser. Methodology. Reflector. duel failures as applicable. Operational characteristics. operator error. Design consideration. Design considerations.8: Reactor regulating system: Purpose. Switchyard.11 Conventional systems: Function.9: Auxiliary cooling circuit: Functions. Safety vessel. Safety classifications. Power regulation.space power unit. Fast reactors ± Breeders. Testing 2. standards. Dedicated power source and evacuation systems.0: Reactor Design: Principles. Condenser cooling water system. display and recording systems. Circuit. Safety features for server accidents. software¶s . Design considerations. Neutron flux monitoring and control.1: Types ±Thermal reactors: BWR. submarines 4. Design considerations. Emergency D.10: Containment and ventilation system: Functions. Deaerator. Fusion power. Monitoring.5: Reactor structure: Core composition. IDCT. anticipated operational occurrences. PWR.blackout.2: Economies of NPPs: Various costs. Loading considerations under normal operations. Actuating mechanism 2. flood. Transmission. reheat. loss of coolant accident (LOCA). Shield cooling system. nuclear ships. (2) NDCT. Off-land NPPs:. GCR. instrumentations. power supply system. Shielding ± thermal. loading . missiles. Design considerations.G. Reactor vessel. Passive features. 4. PHWR. Seismic quality group. Generators. ROI. 2. Batteries. 2. intake from and outfall to natural water source. feed water heating. polishing unit.0: Nuclear power plants: 4. cooling circuit 2. biological. Sizing. Selection of material. design basis accidents such as earthquake.verifications etc. Selection.7: Cover gas system: Purpose. Tariff 8 Module 4 8 . Radioactivity aspects.6: Moderator system: Materials. (3) Electrical power supply: Classification of power. Design considerations and Arrangement for: (1) Secondary steam system: Boiler (generator) ± Steam discharge and dump valves.

scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. 6. stage wise commissioning from first criticality to commercial operations. Only five question need to be solved. each of 20 Marks 2. Exposures.) 3 Nuclear safety documents: standards / codes. 2 Nuclear safety regulation: national body and International advising body (IAEA ± International atomic energy agency under U. 7 A retrospect in nuclear reactor accidents world over: root causes. 5 Periodic safety reviews . Exposure pathways.1 Radiation protection: Radiation hazard.2:Nuclear safety assurance: 1 safety commitment by the utility.Module 05 Module 06 5. safety series. probabilistic safety assessment (PSA). radiation protection ± CRP and other guidance document etc.0 Radiation protection and: Radioactive Waste Management (details): 5. gaseous and solid. refurbishments.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Short term / long term storage / disposed. Question paper will comprise of total seven question.0 Reactor Stages and Safety Assurances: 6. dose unit.1 Reactor Stages: 1 Site Selection 2 Reactor construction and commissioning: 3 Operation and maintenance: Technical specifications for plant operations. 5. subsequent improvements in design and operations to prevent recurrence.N. 3. 4 Plant life extension program 5 Plant decommissioning: 6. 9 Public Awareness.2 Radioactive Waste Management: Waste categorization. living PSA / risk monitors. Plant modifications. safety reviews for relicensing / reauthorization for operation. lessons learnt. 6 safety analysis: deterministic safety assessment. construction. . Manrem budgeting and control. 4 Regulatory consents for site selection. public participation in granting regulatory consent to nuclear plant. measurement. guides. Generation. design. 8 8 List of Experiments: Atleast 10 assignments and study projects based on above syllabus Theory Examination: 1. technical documents. 8 Plant performance records and reports. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Handling of wastes ± liquid. regulating inspection and enforcement. manual.

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Raja.K. Srivastava & M.Arora & Domkundwar 6. . Dwivedi 5. Nuclear Power Plant. An Introduction on Nuclear Engineering. (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. (25) Text Books: 4.A. Reference Book: 1. NPP of Power Plant Engg.Oral Examination: Oral examination will be based on maximum portion of the syllabus Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 10 assignments and written test. (Steam & Nuclear).P.K. Nag. marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (experiments/assignments): ««««.P. Marks. A course in Power Plant Engg. A.. Nuclear Engineering.Glasstone & Sesons The distribution of Marks. Power Plant Engg. Marks.

magnetic nanoparticles. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. NEMS ± design. wires and dots ± Carbon nanostructures. carbon nanoparticles. Details Hrs. 6 semiconductors. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. energy bands. multilayer films. structure. biological nanostructures 05 (proteins. miscelles and vescilles). Plasma CVD). magic numbers and theoretical 9 02 modeling. ferrofluids Quantum wells. 3. . Mechanical properties. Electrical properties. vibration Module properties. Mechanical Reinforcement. DNA double nanowire. each of 20 Marks 2. 01 Measurement of properties-particle size. geometric structure. Spectroscopy and magnetic resonance Properties of individual Module nanoparticles ± Metal nanocrystals. TEM. Module Basic Solid State Physics-Crystal structures. multilayers. No. Chemical sensors.CLASS: BE (Mechanical ) Semester:-VIII SUBJECT: INTRODUCTION TO NANOTECHNOLOGY (ELECTIVE II) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. carbon nanotubes: Fabrication. 06 Theory Examination: 1. STM. 9 (Nanostereolithography. AFM. Only five question need to be solved. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. semiconducting nanoparticles. 9 Apllication of carbon Nanotubes. supramolecules. 04 Computers. excitons. Module MEMS. genetic code. Organic compounds and polymers-forming and characterization. coating of nanoparticles. size Module effects. Fuel cells. Synthesis and characterization Bulk nanocrystals. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. spin valve. fabrication and applications. size dependence of properties. micelles Biological materials ±biological building 8 blocks. carbon clusters. Catalysis. carbon molecules.synthesis methods thin Module film deposition. SEM. Field emission and shielding. giant and 8 03 colossal magnetoresistance. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 04 02 -Marks 100 --25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr.

T.W. Hari Singh Nalwa (Editor). Nanostructured Materials & Nanotechnology Concise Edition.. Suresh G Advani. 3. Goddard III. 4. Engineering. Pearson Education . Nanotechnology. Cambridge Univeristy Press. Gabriel O Shonaike. Optical Properties of Semiconductor Nanocrystals. Lynn Foster. Koch and A. References: 1. Text Books: 1. y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) Marks. Peyghambrain. Introduction to Nanotechnology. Prentice Hall. 5. 6. 7. TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. S. Pradeep. David Sellmyer and R Skomski Ed. Springer. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (Assignments/Seminar): ««««. seminar and class test. Donald W Brenner.V. William A Goddard. Advanced magnetic nanostructures. Mysyrowicz.Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Term Work: At least six assignments (at least one on each topic). S. Academic. and Frank J Owens. (25) Marks.. Advanced Polymeric Materials CRC Press. Sergey Edward Lyshevski. Nano: The essentials Understanding Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. 2.. and Technology CRC Press. Tata McGraw Hill.. Gaponenko. Wiley 2. Charles P Poole Jr. Introduction to Semiconductor Optics. (15) Marks. Handbook of Nanoscience.

need for alternative energy sources. extra instruments. recent developments and their site characteristics. solar satellite power system. Energy power from waves. OCEAN ENERGY: Types of ocean energy sources. OTEC cycles-closed and open. conventional energy sources. Ocean waves-Wave motion. vapor dominated and liquid nominated geothermal systems. principle of wind power. solar energy storage. wind mills. solar air heaters. solar driers.OF INDIA AND WORLD : Present energy scenario. GEOTHERMAL ENERGY: History and future. Madaras & Darrieus turbine. Module 01 Details 1.prospects of small hydropower. HYDRO-POWER: Principle of hydro-power. Concentrating collectors. Vertical axis. No. shortcomings and limitations to the existing energy sources. Comparison with normal thermal power cycles. hydropower conversion devices-Turbine.World's production and reserves. selective coatings. horizontal axis wind turbines. Application of LFPC performance.horizontal axis and vertical axis. Betz model.Terrestrial and extra terrestrial. simple flat plate collector. photovoltaic direct energy conversion. operational and environmental problems. Operation. Energy potential of sun. WIND ENERGY: History. ENERGY REQUIREMENT . dry rock and hot Acquifier analysis.Magnus effect. SOLAR ENERGY: Solar radiation. India's production and reserves. 6 Module 02 10 Module 03 7 Module 04 7 Module 05 9 . solar distillators. solar cooker. design of liquid flat plate collector. origin and types of geothermal energy regions. Application of wind energy. Evaluation System Sr. Ocean temperature difference. solar thermal power system. their components.CLASS: BE(Mechanical / Automobile ) SUBJECT: NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. mini and micro power systems. Wave energy conversion devices. status in India. solar ponds. analysis of LFPC. solar cells. Global energy crises. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 -- Semester:VIII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs.

Only five question need to be solved. application and recent development 9 Theory Examination: 5. principle. (25) each module) and Marks.P.Principle of thermal collection and Storage -. Twidell & Anthony D. Solar Energy.Module 06 Tidal Power-Formation and causes of tides. Garg. each of 20 Marks 6. Text Books: 1.D. Biogas plants. Non-Conventional energy sources .S. BIOMASS ENERGY: Various forms of biomass as a potential energy source.K. Bio-fuel production processes. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. CHEMICAL ENERGY SOURCES: Fuel cells-principle. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (experiments/assignments): ««««. Tata McGraw Hill .. ELBS Pub. Marks.John W. Weir. advantage and disadvantage. Prakash. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 8. J. 2. Marks. individual and community bio and gobar gas plants. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Gassifiers. Types of gobar gas plants. 7. Sukhatme. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. power from tides. Fundamentals and Applications. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments (at least one on written test. Solar Energy . Nayak Tata McGraw Hill 2. construction and design of gassifiers. Rai References: 1. classification. Tidal power devices.G. (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. energy plantation. Renewable Energy Sources .

Budgeting and Cost Estimation. Monitoring and Information Systems. evaluation of termination Module 03 8 Module 04 8 Module 05 8 Module 06 8 . Conflict and Negotiation.CLASS: BE(Mechanical / Automobile ) SUBJECT: Project Management Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. project communication ± post project reviews Project team management ± recruitment ± organizing ± human resources ± team operating rules ± project organization ± various forms of project organizations. Project Auditing. Project Organization. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 -- Semester:VIII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Evaluation System Sr. Scheduling.. Project Termination project risk ± scope Project management ± definitions ± overview ± project plan ± management 8 principles applied to project management ± project management life cycles and uncertainty Project planning ± scope ± problem statement ± project goals ± objectives ± success criteria ± assumptions ± risks ± obstacles ± approval process ± projects and strategic planning Project implementation ± project resource requirements ± types of resources ± men ± materials ± finance Project monitoring ± evaluation ± control ± project network technique ± planning for monitoring and evaluation ± project audits ± project management information system project scheduling ± PERT & CPM ± Project inventory management ± nature of project inventory ± supply and transportation of materials. Projects in Contemporary Organization. Project Planning. Closing the project ± types of project termination ± strategic implications project in trouble. Strategic Management and Project Selection. project 8 implementation. Project Control. No. Project termination. termination strategies. The Project Manager. negotiations ± insurance . project initiation.. Resource Allocation. Module 01 Module 02 Details Hrs. project organization charting project contracts ± principles ± compilation of contracts ± practical aspects ± legal aspects ± global tender.

Kathyn Prea. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Project Management ± Gopalakrishnan ± Mcmillan India Ltd. Project Management ±Denislok 4.David I Cleland. Project Management Core text Book by Gopalan. Peason Publication 5. . Project Management 6th edition. (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.possibilities ± termination procedures Theory Examination: 1. 3. Project Management ± for 21st Centrury-Beenet P Lientz. Jack Meredith. 6. 1999 2. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Marks. Project Management. Question paper will comprise of total seven question..Jeffrey Pinto. Project Management-Harry-Maylor-Peason Publication 4. Cengage Learning Reference books: 1. Only five question need to be solved. Project management. Project Management. Cengage Learning.Academic Press. Marks. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments (at least one on written test. Timothy Kloppenborg. McGrawHill International Edition. 3. wileyIndia 2. Contemporary Project Management. (25) each module) and Marks. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (experiments/assignments): ««««. Wiley India. 1995 3.Gido Clements. Text Books: 1. each of 20 Marks 2.

Modeling and simulation in product design 5. morphological methods and mission flow diagram. Product Design Engineering design. concurrent engineering. product design process.CLASS: BE(Mechanical / Automobile ) SUBJECT: Product Life cycle Management Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. human factors in product design. Technology Forecasting Future mapping. invocating rates of technological change. new product financial control. PLM Strategies Industrial strategies. PLM visioning. methodical evolution in product design. Concept of redesign of product 7 Module 03 12 Module 04 6. financial justification of PDM. PLM feasibility study. change management for PLM 4 Module 02 Product Data Management (PDM) PDM systems and importance. different views of PLM. recycling. components of PLM. its identification. design for µX¶ and design central development model. implementing new product development. Strategies for recovery at end of life. uses in manufacture alternative 9 . barriers to PDM implementation 5. opportunities and benefits of PLM. Module 01 Details Introduction to PLM Need for PLM. building decision support system. launching and tracking new product program. No. combining forecast of different technologies. New Product Development Structuring new product development. methods of technology forecasting such as relevance trees. phases of PLM. strategy elements. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 Semester:VIII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs. market entry decision. organization and decomposition in product design. selection and implementation. Evaluation System Sr. Estimating market opportunities for new product. reason for implementing a PDM system.

data-process relationship. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. methods and tools in the innovation process according to the situation Virtual product development tools for components. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments (at least one on written test. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Michael Grieves. Product Design for the environment -A life cycle approach. Saaksvuori Antti / Immonen Anselmie.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. 3. Guido La Rosa. 4. Tata McGraw Hill . and manufacturing plants: 3D CAD systems. product Life Cycle Management Springer.. Marks. each of 20 Marks 2. ISBN 1852338105 2. digital mock-up. and product data technology Product conception process: Business processes. Only five question need to be solved. model analysis. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus.Dreamtech. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.3-540-25731-4 Product Lifecycle Management. Data models. model building. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (experiments/assignments): ««««. machines. Stark. John. status of items 9 Module 06 7 Theory Examination: 1. Product Lifecycle Management: Paradigm for 21st Century Product Realisation. Text Books: 1. (25) each module) and Marks. Fabio Giudice. 3. product configuration. (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. 2004.Module 05 Integration of technological product innovation and product development in business processes within enterprises. methods and tools in the innovation process according to the situation. production (process) planning. Springer-Verlag. from the idea to waste disposal Product structures: Variant management. Marks. Taylor & Francis 2006 3. product description data. material master data. Life cycles of individual items.

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LISPS: Lisps. The Isa Hierarchy Slot-Assertion Notation. (Mechanical ) Semester:. Pointers and Alternative Notations. Symbolic Vs Numeric 08 Module 02 08 Module 03 08 . Pointers.E. Elective II Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Properties. The Dynamical Systems approach to Machine Intelligence. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 03 ---04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs.VIII SUBJECT: ARTIFICIAL AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE. Typing at Lisp. Properties of Internal Representation. Other Kinds of Inference Indexing. Atoms and Lists. Recursion. The Predicate Calculus. Rules Vs Principles. No. NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY SYSTEMS: Neural and fuzzy machine Intelligence. Cell Notation and the Internals (Almost) of Lisp. Fuzziness as Multivalence.CLASS: B. 3. Intelligent behavior as Adaptive Model free Estimation. How to Use the Predicate Calculus. Scope of Variables Input/Output. Evaluation System Sr. Neural and fuzzy systems as function Estimators. Connectives Variables and Quantification. Frame Notation 2. Learning as change. AI AND INTERNAL REPRESENTATION: Artificial Intelligence and the World. Module 01 Details 1. Representation in AI. More on Predicates. Symbol Vs Numbers. Destructive Modification of Lists. Basic Debugging. The for Function. Fuzzy systems and applications. Predicates and Arguments. Macros. Building Up List Structure. Defining Programs. Lisp Style. Indexing. Neural Networks as trainable Dynamical system. Generalization and creativity. The brain as a dynamical system. Expert system Knowledge as rule trees. Basic Flow of Control in Lisp.

Biological Activations and signals. NEURAL NETWORK THEORY: Neuronal Dynamics: Activations and signals. GENETIC ALGORITHMS: A simple genetic algorithm. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Cross over and Mutation. Data Structures. Improvement in basic techniques.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Reproduction. 1. Neuron Dynamical Systems. signal monotonicity. Decision tree. Schema Processing at work. Pulse-Coded Signal functions 2. designing decision support systems. Concept learning. Setting up a KDD environment. Genetic algorithm. The two. Visualization Techniques. Computer systems that can learn. DATA MINING: Introduction to Data Mining. Machine learning and methodology of science. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Mathematical foundations. each of 20 Marks 2.armed Bandit Problem. Neural networks. Client server and data warehousing. Discovering foreign key relationships 08 Module 05 08 Module 06 08 Theory Examination: 1. Common signal functions. Fuzzy systems as Structured Numerical estimators. applications of genetic based machine leaning. De Jong and Function Optimization. Neuron Fields. 3.Module 04 Processing.armed and k. The building block hypothesis. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Customer profiling. Fuzzy Systems as Parallel associators.nearest neighbor. A simulation by hands. OLAP tools. Time to reproduce and time to Cross Mapping objective function to fitness. Fuzzy systems as Principle based Systems. form. K. Neurons as functions. 3. similarity templates(Schemata). Generating Fuzzy rules with product space Clustering. Knowledge Discovery Process. Introduction to Genetics based machine learning. . Fitness scaling. The minimal Deceptive Problem Computer implementation of Genetic algorithm. Real life applications. Only five question need to be solved. Data ware house. Applications of genetic algorithm.

Term Work: Term work shall consist of: a) Software development in lisp and other languages and packages for practices and algorithm discussed in the syllabus. (25) Marks. d) One class test The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (Assignments/Seminar): «« (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd 4. Michael Negnevitsky.In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Industrial Robotics. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd 2. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd 3.Pearson Education Asia 5.PHI 3. b) Written assignment on any four topics discussed above c) One seminar by every student from the aforesaid area. Genetic Algorithms in search. Drew McDermott Addison Wesley 2. Neural Networks and fuzzy systems A dynamical systems approach to machine Intelligence by Bart Kosko. McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd Reference: 1. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd . 6. Peter Norvig. Nagel. Introduction to Artificial intelligence By Eugene Charniak. Marks. Data Mining by Pieter Adriaans and Dolt Zantinge . Elaine Rich. Odrey. Kevin Knight. Text Books: 1. Intelligence. Optimization & Machine Learning by David E GoldbergAddison wesley 4. S. Marks. Artificial Intelligence. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. . Data Warehousing in the Real World by Sam Anahory and Dennis Murray. Artificial Intelligence. Artificial Intelligence. Mitchell Weiss. Stuart Russell. Mikell Groover. Patrick Winston. Nair.

1 Two-dimensional Flow 2. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 3 Semester:VIII 4 2 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs.6 Cross flow Fans Testing and Control of Fans Fan Testing. Diffusers 4.2 Euler Characteristics and Euler Velocity Triangles 4. Axial flow machines based on specific Speed 2.2 Single Impulse Stage 3.1 Theoretical Characteristic Curves 4.6 Selection of centrifugal. Materials and Components Blower Regulation. Principles of Turbo machinery 1. Analysis of Centrifugal Blower 4. Volute.4 Flow through impeller Casing.CLASS: BE(Mechanical) SUBJECT: Advanced Turbo Machinery Periods per week 1Period of 60 min.4 Axial Turbine Cascades 2. Speed Control. Noise Control. axial.4 Adiabatic flow through Nozzles and Diffusers 1.3 Losses and Efficiencies 4.3 Multi-stage velocity and Pressure Compounded Impulse 3. Module 01 Details 1. Overview and Machinery Classification 1. mixed flow.5 Losses and Efficiencies 3.2 Review of Conservation Laws 1.5 Axial Compressor Cascades 3. Analysis of Axial Turbine Stage 3.2 Cascade of Blades 2. Evaluation System Sr. No.5 Multi-vane Impellers of Impulse Type 4.1 Stage Velocity triangles 3.3 Dimensional Analysis and Scaling Laws 1.4 Reaction Stages 3.3 Cascade Tunnel 2. Throttling Control at Discharge and 8 Module 02 8 Module 03 8 Module 04 8 Module 05 8 . inlet Nozzle.1 Introduction. Flow Through Cascades 2.5 Work and Efficiencies in Compressor Stages 1.6 Performance Charts 4.

««««. Austin H.tami. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Pergamon Press. Booster Sytems. Dixon. 8 Theory Examination: 1.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. marks for term work shall be as follows: y Assignments/Tutorials««««««. http://www. 1980.erichson. Marks. Design and Application of Blowers Special Design and Applications of Blower. each of 20 Marks 2. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Pergamon Press. (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. http://www. 1973. 3. 1984. Elsevier 5 .com 10. Brunoeck. Marks. http://www.com 8. 6 S M Yahya.L. John Wiley & sons. References: 1. Cooling Towers. Only five question need to be solved. 3. Turbines. 1970. 2.. Fans. Fluid Mechanics. 4. Chruch. Term Work: Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments and written test. Stepanoff A.petropager. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Thermodynamics of turbomachinery .L. 1983 7. Turboblowers.J. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. Dixon. (25) The distribution of Marks. John wiley and Sons. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.Inlet.com .apgate. Worked examples in turbomachinery. S.org 9.S. Compressors and Fans. Centrifugal pumps and blowers. Ventilation Systems. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. http://www. Induced and Forced Draft Module 06 Fans for Airconditioning Plants.

ray diagram. Modes of failures in pressure vessels. helical spring. Area compensation method ± Types of vessel supports Optimum design :Objectives of optimum design ±Johnson¶s Method of Optimum Design (MOD). stresses induced in pressure vessels. Design of Material Handling System Design of belt conveyors-. Shaft design and bearing selection 4.selection of optimum ray diagram.± Introduction to optimum design with redundant specifications. Suction and delivery pipe. Adequate and optimum design. design of tension take up unit .analysis of twelve speed gear box.idler pulley 08 08 08 . Motor selection 2. (Mechanical ) SUBJECT: Mechanical System Design (ELECTIVE II) Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. 10 08 04 Module 04 Module 05 Module 06 Design of main component of gear pump ± 1.difference between number of teeth of successive gears in a change gear box. Lecture Practical Tutorial Theory Examination Practical Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Hours 04 ---- Semester:. Primary. Gear design 3. Thickness of cylindrical and spherical shells and design of end closures as per code ± Nozzles and Openings in pressure vessels ± Reinforcement of openings in shell and end closures.Power requirement.CLASS: B. No. S. Standard dimensions of flywheels. Design of Flypress :Power calculation for fly press. Fundamental equation of motion ± torque analysis ± disk and rimmed flywheels ± Stresses in flywheel rim and spokes ± Design of disc and rimmed flywheels for various applications.compound ray diagram. selection of belt. Casing and bolt design 5.deviation diagram. Unfired pressure vessels ± Classification of pressure vessels as per I. erosion and protection vessels. Module 01 Module 02 Module 03 Details Design Of Cylinders and pressure vessels :Thick and thin cylinders ± Thin cylindrical and spherical vessels ± Lame¶s equation ± Clavarino¶s and Birnie¶s equations ± Design of hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders ± Auto frettage and compound cylinders ± Gasketed joints in cylindrical vessels. 2825 ± categories and types of welded joints ± weld joint efficiency ± Corrosion. transmission shaft. subsidiary and limit equations ± Optimum design with normal specifications of simple machine elements like tension bar. Design of flywheel.VIII 04 02 -Marks 100 --25 25 150 Hrs. Evaluation System Sr. materials of construction.graphical representation of speedsstructure diagram.E. Design of gear boxes for machine tool applicationsDetermination of variable speed range.

and Mischke C. manufacturing tolerances. McGraw Hill Pub. and O.. (25) Marks. Marks. Ltd. 2) Dieter G. Conveyor system.Spotts ± µMechanical design analysis¶ Prentice Hall Inc. Co.K. P. McGraw Hill Inc.K. College of Technology.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3) 4. Co.G.. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. 3) S. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows: y Laboratory work (Assignments/Design Project): «« (15) y Test (at least one): ««««««««««««««« (10) TOTAL: ««««««««««««««««««««. Projects shall be in the form of design of mechanical systems such as pressure vessel. Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus.S.Mehta ± µMachine tool design¶ Tata McGraw Hill Pub.R. Co. ³Mechanical Engineering Design´. A design report giving all necessary calculations of the design of components and assembly should be submitted in a separate file. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q. Design project. Ltd. Basu and D. ³Machine Design´.. Multi speed gear box. ³Mechanical Design Synthesis with Optmisation Applications´.H. 4) Black P. 3. Assignments based on above topics. McGraw Hill Book Co. ³Engineering Design´. each of 20 Marks 2. Oxford and IBH Pub. 5) ³Design Data´. Inc.K. ³Design of Machine Elements´. Text Books: 1) Shigley J. Question paper will comprise of total seven question. VonNostrand-Reynold Pub. Design Data by Mahadevan is permitted at the examination and shall be supplied by the college.one involving assembly drawing with a part list and overall dimensions and the other involving drawings of individual components. The design project shall consist of two imperial size sheets .E.F. 2.Theory Examination: 1. 3) Bhandari V. 6) I. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Coimbatore. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. . References 1) Johnson R. : 2825 Code for unfired pressure vessels. Hoisting system..B. Only five question need to be solved. Term Work: The term work shall consist of 1. 4) N.C. Eugene Adams. Marks. 2) M.S. Co. NOTE: Use of standard design data books like PSG Data Book . surface finish symbols and geometric tolerances.E. Pal ± µDesign of machine tools¶.

R.. Delhi 6) Rudenko ± µMaterial Handling Equipment¶ M. publishers. Moscow .I. JAICO Publishing House. PATIL ± µMechanical System Design¶ JAICO students Ed.P.5) S.

Torispherical . Nozzles . ).) Hydrostatic test . Indian Boiler Regulations . Agitators . girth flanges . No. Supports (Lug . Fire Heaters etc.Flat ). Dead loads . Brief Introduction -Tank Design as per API 650/API 620 Heat Exchanger Design as per ASME Section VIII UHX Types & Different parts of Heat Exchangers as per TEMA Inspection . Module 01 Module 02 Semester:-VIII 04 02 -Marks 100 -25 25 150 Hrs. Spheroidal .Division 1. Module 03 Module 04 Module 05 Module 06 Details Types of Process Equipments and their components Static Equipments : Vertical / Horizontal vessels . 10. 2.Compressors. Wind and Seismic calculation for tall vertical vessels as per IS 875 & IS 1893 . Dye Penetration test . Piping loads . Spherical vessels (Horton sphere) . 4 10 5 18 5 6 Theory Examination: 8. Heat Exchangers . IS2825 . fatigue test. Formed closures ( Ellipsoidal . Design stress limits & minimum thicknesses as per TEMA for Heat Exchangers &API 650 /620 for tanks. Design temperature . Ultrasonic testing. IBR etc.expansion joints. ASME Section V. ASME pressure vessel code Section VIII Div. . Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus. Question paper will comprise of total seven question.Empty weight . standard flanges . Reactors . etc. Only five question need to be solved. Testing & Heat Treatment requirements for pressure vessels ( As per ASME Section VIII . Design of cylindrical vessels with formed closures operating under external pressure. creep test etc. Requirement of Radiography .Wind loads.Rotary Dryers Design Loads : Design Pressure . 1. Earthquake loads . each of 20 Marks 9. conical .BS 5500 . saddle etc. Post Weld Heat Treatment. Stress Categories and Design Limit Stresses General design criteria of ASME pressure Vessel code Section VIII Div. Skirt . Tanks . Combinations of design loads. Rotating Equipments :Pumps . Tutorial Hours Evaluation System Theory Examination 03 Practical -Oral Examination Term Work TOTAL Sr. Membrane stress analysis of Vessel shell components Material selection & Design of Cylindrical Vessels components as per codes and Standards Design of shell .CLASS: BE (Mechanical) SUBJECT : PROCESS EQUIPMENT DESIGN (ELECTIVE-II) Lecture Periods per week Practical 1Period of 60 min. Columns . IS 2825. Mounded Bullets . division 2 . Leg .hydrostatic weight & operating weight calculations.

P. Rules For Construction of Pressure Vessels . 2. 4. 4 Design of vessel supports. 3. . Term Work: ASSIGNMENTS 1 Explain types of process equipments (Static & Rotary). Section VIII Division1 & 2. Pipe . Pressure Vessel Design Handbook. E. Brownell & Young . Oral Examination: Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus. Text Books: 1. Megyesy. 3 Design of flanges. Process Equipment design. IS 875 . 2 Design of Shell . Process Equipment Design. Joshi M. Discuss types of heat exchangers. 5 Wind & Seismic calculation for pressure vessel. Briefly explain Design of storage tanks. Operating & hydrostatic weight calculation for pressure vessel. Wiley India 2. 8 9 10 11 Empty. IS 2825 .5 . 620. Bednar . Rules For Construction of Pressure Vessels ...C&D 6. 4 .B. V. 3. An International Code 2007 ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code.Flanges & Flange Fittings 5.Denis Moss . Standards of Tubular Exchanger Manufactures Association (TEMA) 7. 5. Pressure Vessels Handbook References: 1. Pressure vessel Design Manual. IS1893. ASME B16. Section II A. Formed heads for internal & external pressure. API Standards 650 . F. PRACTICALS Preparation of General Arrangement Drawing & Detailed fabrication drawing with bill of materials based on design calculation for pressure vessel. . BS 5500. An International Code 2007 ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code. IBR . E. Explain inspection & testing requirement for pressure vessels.In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus. Henry H.

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