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KONGU ENGINEERING COLLEGE Leture Plan

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DEPARTMENT OF MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING IQAC

Name of the Faculty, Dr.S.Shankar, Associate Professor, Programme & Department of the BE Mechatronics
Designation & Dept. Mechatronics Engineering Students
Course Code & Name 14MET31 & ENGINEERING MECHANICS Academic Year, Semester & Section 2018-2019,
III Sem & II - B

S.No. Proposed Intended Learning Cognitive Knowledge Actual


Date Period Outcomes(ILO) Process Dimension Date Period
Unit-I Statics of Particles::
CO1: Resolve the forces into components and apply equilibrium conditions in both 2D and 3D concurrent force systems
Introduction –Laws of Mechanics – Parallelogram and triangular Law of forces – Principle of transmissibility – Coplanar Forces
– Resolution and Composition of force -Free body diagram–Equilibrium of a particle in plane – Forces in space - Vectorial
representation of forces–Equilibrium of a particle in space.
1. 04.07.18 1 ILO 1.1 Recall the laws of Mechanics & K1 F
Classification of force system
06.07.18 7
2. 09.07.18 4 ILO 1.2 Resolve given force system and K3 P
find the resultant force
10.07.18 2,5
3. 11.07.18 1 ILO 1.3 Draw the free body diagram for the K4 C
given object (2D)
4. 16.07.18 4 ILO 1.4 Apply equilibrium conditions on K3 P
concurrent force systems in plane
5. 17.07.18 2,5 ILO 1.5 Represent the given forces in K4 C
vector components and find its resultant
18.07.18 1
6. 23.07.18 4 ILO 1.6 Apply equilibrium conditions on K3 P
concurrent force systems in space
24.07.18 2
7. 23.10.18 2,5 ILO 1.7 Practically demonstrate equilibrium K6 C
conditions on 2D & 3D concurrent systems
24.10.18 1
(activity based)
8. 13.07.18 7 Tutorial 1- K3 P

9. 20.07.18 7 Tutorial 2- K2 P

10. 24.07.18 5 Tutorial 3- K3 P

Unit-II Statics of Rigid Bodies


CO2: Calculate the moment produced by various force systems and apply static equilibrium equations on rigid body
systems
Moments: Moment of a force about a point and about an axis – Vectorial representation of moments and couples – Scalar
component of moments – Varignons theorem– Equivalent systems of forces – Single equivalent force. Types of supports and
their reactions – requirements of stable equilibrium – Equilibrium of Rigid bodies in two dimensions – Trusses: Method of joints-
Method of sections, Equilibrium of Rigid bodies in three dimensions
11. 25.07.18 1 ILO 2.1 Define moment, couple and K2 F,C
Varignon’s theorem and represent it in
vector components
12. 27.07.18 7 ILO 2.2 Resolve given force moment K3 P
system and find the single equivalent force
30.07.18 4
13. 31.07.18 2,5 ILO 2.3 Demonstrate equilibrium of rigid K2 C
bodies in two dimensions

14. 01.08.18 1 ILO 2.4 Classify the types of supports and K2 C


decide their reactions

15. 06.08.18 4 ILO 2.5 Apply the equilibrium conditions K3 P


on 2D beams and determine the reaction
07.08.18 2
forces
16. 13.08.18 4 ILO 2.6 Analyze the given truss system and K4 P
calculate the forces acting on each member
14.08.18 2
by applying method of joints
17. 14.08.18 5 ILO 2.7 Apply equilibrium conditions in 3D K4 P
rigid body applications and find unknown
forces.

Cognitive Process : K1 - Remembering K2 - Understanding K3 - Appling K4 - Analyzing K5 - Evaluating K6 - Creating


Knowledge Dimension : F - Factual C - Conceptual P - Procedural MC - Meta Cognitive
18. 23.10.18 2,5 ILO 2.8 Exhibit equilibrium of rigid bodies K6 C
in two dimensions with practical
24.10.18 1
applications (activity based)
19. 03.08.18 7 Tutorial 1- K3 P

20. 07.08.18 5 Tutorial 2- K3 P

21. 17.08.18 7 Tutorial 3- K3 P

Unit-III Properties of Surfaces and Solids


CO3: Determine the centroid, centre of gravity and moment of inertia of geometrical shapes and solids respectively
Determination of Areas and Volumes – First moment of area and Centroid of sections – T section, I section, Angle section,
Hollow section from primary simpler sections – Second moment of plane areas – Parallel axis theorem and Perpendicular axis
theorem––T section, I section, Angle section, Hollow sections – Polar moment of inertia – Product of inertia- Principal Moment
of inertia of plane area- Mass moment of inertia – Relation to area moments of inertia
22. 20.08.18 4 ILO 3.1 Explain first moment of area and K2 F&P
Centroid of sections

23. 21.08.18 2,5 ILO 3.2 Determine centroid of given K3 C


composite sections
27.08.18 4
24. 28.08.18 2 ILO 3.3 Describe Second moment of plane K2 F
areas, Parallel axis theorem and
Perpendicular axis theorem
25. 28.08.18 5 ILO 3.4 Calculate moment of inertia of K3 P
given sections
29.08.18 1
26. 03.09.18 4 ILO 3.5 Find product of inertia of given K3 P
sections

27. 04.09.18 2,5 ILO 3.6 Compute principal moment of K3 P


inertia of plane area

28. 05.09.18 1 ILO 3.7 Compute mass moment of inertia K3 P


of the given solid and relate with area
moment of inertia
29. 23.10.18 2,5 ILO 3.8 Practically demonstrate centroid K6 C
and center of gravity (activity based)
24.10.18 1
30. 31.08.18 7 Tutorial 1- K3 P

31. 08.09.18 7 Tutorial 2- K3 P

32. 10.09.18 4 Tutorial 3- K3 P

Unit-IV Friction and Kinematics of Particles


CO4: Experiment the effect of dry friction and calculate the motion characteristics of the kinematic system
Surface Friction – Laws of dry friction – Sliding friction – Static and Kinetic friction– Ladder friction – Wedge friction – Belt
friction. Rectilinear motion of particles- Displacement, velocity and acceleration, their relationship – Relative motion-
Curvilinear motion – Projectile motion.
33. 11.09.18 2 ILO 4.1 Apply friction laws and find the K3 F&C
force required to impend motion of the
given system
34. 11.09.18 5 ILO 4.2 Demonstrate the behavior of ladder K4 P
friction and find the reactions

35. 12.09.18 1 ILO 4.3 Compute the force required to K4 P


insert a wedge between objects and floor

36. 17.09.18 4 ILO 4.4 Recall the expressions for K3 P


calculating maximum tension, torque and
power in belt applications
37. 24.09.18 4 ILO 4.5 Calculate the rectilinear motion K3 P
characteristics of particles

38. 25.09.18 2 ILO 4.6 Calculate the curvilinear motion K3 P


characteristics of particles

39. 26.09.18 1 ILO 4.7 Estimate the projectile motion K4 P


characteristics of particles
40. 23.10.18 2,5 ILO 4.8 Validate the frictional laws with K6 C
practical models / Verify kinematic motion
24.10.18 1
characteristics of particles with practical
examples (activity based)
41. 14.09.18 7 Tutorial 1- K3 P

42. 25.09.18 5 Tutorial 2- K3 P

43. 28.09.18 7 Tutorial 3- K3 P

Unit-V Dynamics of Particles and Rigid Body


CO5: Apply the different principles to study dynamic behavior of both particles and rigid bodies
Newton‘s law, Work - Energy and Impulse - Momentum equations of particles – Impact of elastic bodies. Kinematics of Rigid
body -Translation, Rotation about a fixed axis–General plane motion- Kinetics of rigid body
44. 01.10.18 4 ILO 5.1 State D’alembert principle and K1 F
dynamic equilibrium

45. 03.10.18 1 ILO 5.2 Convert dynamic problems into K4 C&P


static problems by applying D’alembert
principle and find the motion characteristics
46. 08.10.18 4 ILO 5.3 Apply Work – Energy principle to K4 C
solve the kinetic problems

47. 09.10.18 2,5 ILO 5.4 Apply Impulse - Momentum K4 C


principle to solve the kinetic problems

48. 10.10.18 1 ILO 5.5 Analyze the impact of elastic K4 P


bodies and find the motion behavior of
bodies after impact
49. 15.10.18 4 ILO 5.6 Compare kinematic equations of K4 P
Rigid bodies and kinematic equations of
particles and determine the kinematic
factors of the given rigid body system
50. 16.10.18 2,5 ILO 5.7 Compute motion elements involved K3 P
in general plane motion

51. 17.10.18 1 ILO 5.8 Find the kinetic characteristics of K3 P


the given rigid body system

52. 23.10.18 2,5 ILO 5.9 Demonstrate the kinetics principles K6 C


with practical examples (activity based)
24.10.18 1
53. 05.10.18 7 Tutorial 1- K3 P

54. 12.10.18 7 Tutorial 2- K3 P

55. 22.10.18 4 Tutorial 3- K3 P

BOOKS AND WEBSITES FOR REFERENCE


Text Book:
1. Rajasekaran S. and Sankarasubramanian G., Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics‖, 3rd Edition, Vikas Publishing House, Noida,
2009.
2. Beer F.P., Johnston E.R., Cornwell P. and Maurek D., ―Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics and Dynamics‖, 10th Edition, Tata
McGraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi, 2012.
Reference Book:
1. Shames Irving H., ―Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics‖, 4th Edition, Pearson Education Asia, New Delhi, 2014.
2. Hibbeller R.C., ―Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics‖, 11th Edition, Pearson Education Asia, Noida, 2015.
3. Timoshenko S.P., Young D.H., Sukumar Pati, Rao J.V., ―Engineering Mechanics‖, 5th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing
Company, New Delhi, 2013.
Web Reference:
1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/122104015/
2. https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/civil-and-environmental-engineering/1-050-engineering-mechanics-i-fall-2007/index.htm

DELIVERY METHODS FOR TEACHING


1. Chalk and board
2.PPT
3.Videos
4.NPTEL Lectures

Cognitive Process : K1 - Remembering K2 - Understanding K3 - Appling K4 - Analyzing K5 - Evaluating K6 - Creating


Knowledge Dimension : F - Factual C - Conceptual P - Procedural MC - Meta Cognitive
ASSIGNMENT ( Either Individual or Group )
No. Proposed Date Mode of Assignment Actual Date Date on which valued
Assignment returned
1. 28.09.18 Individual - Problems from Unit I, II, III, IV & V

OTHER ASSESSMENT
1. 1. Open Book Test
2. Class Notes Assessment & Interview

QUESTION PAPER PATTERN


1 . Continuous Assessment Test
Part A (10*2=20) - Compulsory , Part B (3*10=30) - Either or type
2.. End Semester
Part A (10*2=20) - Compulsory , Part B (5*13=65) - Either or type, Part C (1*15=15) - Either or type

Percentage for Cognitive Process Percentage for Knowledge Dimension


K Levels CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 CO5 % Distribution
Dimension CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 CO5 %
K-1 1 - - - 1 3.6
Distribution
K-2 1 3 2 - - 10.9
Factual (F) 1 1 1.5 0.5 1 9.1
K-3 5 5 8 7 5 54.5
Conceptual (C) 3 3 2.0 1.5 3.5 23.6
K-4 2 2 - 3 5 21.8
Procedural (P) 6 7 7.5 9 7.5 67.3
K-5 - - - - - -
Meta Cognitive
K-6 - - - - - -
1 1 1 1 1 9.1 (MC)

Course Faculty Course Coordinator HOD / MTS


(Dr.S.Shankar)