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DKTE Society’s

TEXTILE & ENGINEERING INSTITUTE


Rajwada, Ichalkaranji 416115
(An Autonomous Institute)

DEPARTMENT: TEXTILES

CURRICULUM
B. Tech. Textile Plant Engineering Program

Third Year
With Effect From
2018 - 2019
B. Tech. Textile Plant Engineering - 2018

Third Year B. Tech Textile Plant Engineering


Semester-I

Teaching Scheme
Sr. Course
Name of the Course Group Theory Drawing Practical Credits
No. Code
Hrs/ Hrs/ Hrs/ Total
Week Week Week

1 TPL301 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING B 3 3 3

YARN MANUFACTURING
2 TPL302 D 3 3 3
MACHINERY-V
FABRIC MANUFACTURING
3 TPL303 D 3 3 3
MACHINERY-V

4 TPL304 TEXTILE TESTING - II D 3 3 3

ANALYSIS OF MECHANICAL
5 TPL305 B 3 1 4 4
ELEMENTS

6 TPL306 METALLURGY D 3 3 3

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
7 TPP307 B 2 2 1
LAB
YARN MANUFACTURING
8 TPP308 D 2 2 1
MACHINERY-V LAB
FABRIC MANUFACTURING
9 TPP309 D 2 2 1
MACHINERY-V LAB

10 TPP310 TEXTILE TESTING - II LAB D 2 2 1

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS 2
11 TPP311 C 2 2
(Mandatory Audit C ) LAB UNITS
Total 18 3 8 29 23

Group Details
A: Basic Science
B: Engineering Science
C: Humanities, Social Science & Management
D: Professional Core Courses & Professional Elective
E: Free Elective
F Seminar/Training/ Project

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Third Year B. Tech. Semester - V


TPL301: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To describe network topologies, types and network hardware components
2. To explain database system and SQL commands and to design database and write
SQL commands
3. To explain VB.Net IDE project, various types of statements, data types, variables,
constants, arrays, controls and their properties in VB.Net IDE
4. To explain the development of simple applications in VB.Net, describe opportunities
in ERP and its implementation

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Understand various concepts of computer networking
2. Design database system & implement of SQL commands
3. Understand various statements, controls its properties & methods in VB.Net. And
develop simple application programs in VB.Net with ADO.Net
4. Illustration and implementation basic ERP for simple application

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Introduction to Computer Network 7
Introduction to network, use of computer networks, Network
Topologies, Network types - LAN, MAN, WAN, Network hardware
Components - cables, connectors, NIC, Hub, Switch etc. Network
Operating system, Client / Server Architecture, Internet and its
applications. Switching and routing in network, The X.25 network &
supporting protocols, TCP/IP
Unit 2. Database Management System 7
Introduction to database, Records, Relational database management
systems, structural query languages (SQL), SQL table creation
integrity constraints, insertion of records, select statement, alter
command, drop table partitioned table, SQL operator, transaction
processing, where clause, like operator, between operator, order by
clause, group by clause, having clause, SQL function , commands -
Select, Insert, update, delete, joins - inner join, outer join

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Unit 3. Introduction to .Net Framework 8


Introduction to .NET, .NET Framework features & architecture.
Introduction to Visual Studio, Event driven Programming, Project Basics.
VB.NET Development Environment, Solution Explorer, Toolbox,
Properties Window, Form Designer, Output Window, Object Browser.
The VB.NET Language - data types, variables, forcing variables
declarations, Scope & lifetime of a variable, type conversion, constants,
operators and expressions.
Unit 4. Conditional Branching and Looping 6
Conditional statements, loop statements. Arrays, types of array,
control array, Error Handling, Collections, Subroutines, Functions,
Passing arguments, Optional Argument, Returning value from
function. Msgbox & Input box.
Unit 5. Designing User Interface & Database Connectivity 8
Working with Forms: Loading, showing and hiding forms, controlling
one form within another. GUI Programming with Windows Form:
Method, properties, events and working of basic controls-Textbox,
Label, Button, List box, Combo box, Checkbox, Picture Box, Radio
Button, Panel, scroll bar, Timer, List View, Tree View, toolbar,
Status Bar. Open File Dialog, Save File Dialog, Font Dialog, Color
Dialog, Print Dialog. Link Label. Designing menus: Context Menu,
access & shortcut keys.
Introduction to database connectivity, Overview of ado.net, Connection
Object, Command Object, Data Adapter, Dataset, Data Reader,
Connection to database with Server Explorer, Data binding, Data Grid
View, Data form wizard, Data Validation.
Unit 6. Introduction to ERP 3
Evolution of ERP, growth of ERP, Need for system interaction and
interface, early ERP packages, various models of ERP, advantages of
ERP, Overview of enterprise, integrated management, business
modelling ERP for small business, business process for ERP module
design, opportunities and problems in ERP selection and
implementation, hardware Environment.

Reference Books
1. Computer Network by Andrew Tanenbuam Pearsons India
2. Database Management System by Korth, McGraw Hill Publication
3. VB.NET Programming Black Book by Steven Holzner –Dreamtech Publications.
4. Mastering VB.NET by Evangelos Petroutsos- BPB Publications
5. Peter Aitken’s Visual Basic.NET Programming by Peter Aitken- Dreamtech
Publications.
6. Enterprise Resource Planning by Alexis Leon TMH

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Third Year B. Tech. Semester - V


TPL302: YARN MANUFACTURING MACHINERY-V

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. Explain the manufacturing process and characteristics of Blended Yarns
2. Describe texturing process, explain process parameters and yarn characteristics.
3. Understand the texturing machines, accessories and techniques.
4. Understand unconventional spinning technologies, scope and advantages.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Describe the manufacturing process and characteristics of Blended Yarns
2. Explain the methods, characteristics and need of textured yarns.
3. Describe different unconventional spinning technologies.
4. State machines and accessories involved in above processes.

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. BLEND SPINNING:- 12
Objectives of blending, Fibre characteristics and blend
compatibility and end uses, Measures of blending, migration, selection of
blend constituents, and mechanics of blending, Blending techniques,
tinting and modification of cotton spinning machineries for processing of
manmade fibres. Prediction of blended yarn strength.

Unit 2. BLEND SPINNING:- 3


Common faults in blended and 100% man-made spun yarn. Blending of
manmade fibres with wool. Processing of manmade fibres and its blends
on Rotor Spinning Machines. Spinning of dyed fibres.
Unit 3. TEXTURISING 8
Definition and concept of texturising, classification and characteristics of
textured yarns.
Methods of production of stretch (single heater) and modified stretch
(double heaters) yarns by conventional methods.
Edge crimping, Stuffer box crimping, Knit-de-knit, Gear Crimping,
Chemical Texturising.
Draw Texturising concept, sequential and simultaneous draw texturising,
Study of simultaneous draw texturising process. Draw Texturising

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Machine Details: - Machine profiles, Twisting devices, Heaters, Cooling


devices, Coning oil application, Process variables, Defects in draw
textured yarns. Quality of draw textured yarns, technological
developments in draw–texturising technology. Double density machine
and multiple input shaft machines.
Unit 4. AIR JET TEXTURISING:- Principle of loops formation, Air-jet 3
texturising machine, air- jets, wetting systems, stabilizing devices, process
variables in air texturising, Quality of air textured yarns, blending of
filaments in air texturizing.
Unit 5. UNCONVENTIONAL SPINNING TECHNOLOGIES 7
Air Jet Spinning:-
Basic concept, evolution of air jet spinning. Raw material requirement,
stages involved, operating principle of air jet spinning.
Principles of MJS, MTS and MVS. Specifications and working of
different air jet spinning systems. Yarn properties, process variables,
limitations.
Friction Spinning:-
Operating principle and raw material requirements, stages involved in
friction spinning. Working principle of different friction spinning
systems. Development in various stages of friction spinning.
Yarn properties, application, process variables.
Unit 6. UNCONVENTIONAL SPINNING TECHNOLOGIES 6
Introduction to cover spinning, SIRO spinning, Self- twists spinning
and Twist less spinning.
Raw material requirements, operating principles and yarn properties
produced from these spinning systems.
Advantages and limitations of these spinning systems.

Reference Books
1. Yarn Texturing Technology by J.W.S. Hearle, L. Hollick, D.K. Wilson Woodhead
Publishing Ltd, England.
2. K R Salhotra , “Spinning of man-made fibres and blends on cotton systems”, The
textile Association, India 2004.
3. V. B. Gupta and K. K. Kothari (Ed), Man-made Fibres Production, Processing
Structure, Properties and Applications, Vol. I and II, Dept. of Textile Technology,
IIT, New Delhi 1988
4. Hamburger, W. J., “The Industrial Application of the Stress-Strain Relationship”,
J. Textile Inst. 40, 700 (July 1949).
5. The Textile Institute Manual of Textile Technology – Short staple spinning Series
Vol. V – New Spinning System by W. Klein.
6. Textile progress vol. 10 No.2 – The Production and properties of staple fibre,
Yarns made by Recently developed Techniques by L. Hunter.

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TPL303: FABRIC MANUFACTURING MACHINARY - V

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs / Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To define basic terms and definitions used in knitting
2. To explain loop forming cycle, fabric production and calculation in circular weft
knitting
3. To explain loop forming cycle, fabric production and calculation in warp knitting
4. To explain loop forming cycle in flat knitting

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Describe basic terms and definitions used in knitting
2. Explain loop forming cycle, fabric production and calculation in circular weft
knitting
3. Explain loop forming cycle, fabric, production calculation in warp knitting.
4. Explain loop forming cycle in flat knitting

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Introduction to Knitting 03
Types of knitted fabrics, their applications, properties and basic structure
of warp and weft knitting. Terms and definitions used in knitting.
Comparison of knitting with woven fabric with respect to production and
properties. Concept of hand knitting. Evolution of knitting from hand to
machine knitting. Concept of flat and circular knitting.
Unit 2. Circular Weft Knitting 11
a. Passage of yarn through circular weft knitting machine.
b. Essential elements of knitting machine – yarn supply arrangement,
loop forming arrangement and fabric take down mechanism.
c. Knitting cycle of weft knitting machine.
Weft Knit Structures:
a. Principle stitches such as Knit, Tuck, Miss and their representation
and their effect on fabric properties.
b. Types and properties of knitted fabrics such as single jersey,
double jersey (Interlock, Rib and Purl). Manufacturing process of
these fabrics. Conditions for the use of delayed and synchronized
timings.

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c. Fabric analysis method, representation of design, Needle order,


Cam order. Basic designs and the derivatives (1. Single Jersey –
cross - miss, lapique, longitudinal tuck stripes, plain pique. 2. Rib
– milano, half milano, cardian, half cardian, double cardian, Swiss
and French double pique. 3. Interlock- Interlock Pique, Texi
pique, Pintuck, Interlock super roma, Bourrelet ).
Unit 3. Flat Knitting 04
a. Basic elements and their functions of flat knitting machine. Hand
and machine operated flat knitting machines and their knitting
actions.
b. Machine operation for various stitches such as Miss, Tuck,
Transfer, and Drop Stitch.
c. Design with and without needle selection, bed racking, new
formed and transfer loop for hand and power operated machines.
Concept of seamless knitting.
Unit 4. Warp Knitting 11
a. Passage of yarn through warp knitting machine.
b. Essential elements of warp knitting machine such as yarn supply
arrangement, loop forming mechanism and fabric take down
mechanism.
c. Knitting cycle of Tricot and Raschel warp knitting machine.
Warp Knitted Fabric Structure:
a. Study and representation of single, two guide-bar and multi guide-
bar (Tricot, Raschel) structures.
b. Weft insertion techniques, Terry technique, Sinker pile fabrics,
fall plate, cut press techniques.
c. Net fabric manufacturing.
Unit 5. Knitted fabric quality and calculations: 06
Weft Knitted Fabric Quality and Calculations:
a. Weft knitted fabric defects and their remedies. Yarn quality
requirements
b. Circular weft knitting machine production calculations, fabric
weight and Tightness factor. Knitted fabric relaxation concept.
Relation between machine gauge and yarn count.
Warp Knitted Fabric Quality and Calculations:
a. Warp knitted fabric defects and their remedies. Yarn quality
requirements
b. Production calculation on weight and length basis
c. Fabric weight calculation
d. Concept of rack, run-in & Relation between machine gauge and
yarn count.

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Unit 6. Advanced Knitting Processes in circular knitting: 04


a. Relative Technology (Relanit) on circular knitting machines.
b. Concept of mechanical and electronic jacquard.
c. Structure and knitting of fleecy and plush fabrics
d. Concept and mechanism of striper and loop transfer

Reference Books
1. Knitting Technology by Prof. D. B. Ajgaonkar.
2. Circular Knitting by Dr. Chandrashekhar Iyer.
3. Knitting Technology by Mr. D. Spenser.
4. Warp Knitting by Dr. S. Raz.
5. Flat Knitting by Dr. S. Raz.

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TPL304: TEXTILE TESTING-II

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To discuss significance of yarn and fabric properties.
2. To discuss the factors affecting yarn and fabric properties.
3. To explain principle and testing methodology of yarn properties.
4. To explain principle and testing methodology of fabric properties

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Understand significance of yarn and fabric properties.
2. Discuss the factors affecting yarn and fabric properties.
3. Test yarn properties and interpret the results.
4. Test fabric properties and interpret the results.

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Count and Twist in Yarn - 8
Yarn Number:
Concept, Direct and indirect systems, Measurement of yarn number:
Knowles balance, Stubbs balance, Beesley balance, Quadrant balance,
Relation between yarn count and yarn diameter.
Yarn Twist:
Terms and definitions, Function of twist in yarn structure, Effect of twist
on yarn and fabric properties, Measurement of twist in single and double
yarns: Straightened fibre method, Twist contraction method, Twist to
break method, Optical method and Twist take up method.

Unit 2. Mechanical Properties of Yarns and Fabric: 13


Yarn Strength
Terms and Definitions, Effect of fibre properties on the yarn strength,
Factors affecting the tensile properties of textiles
a) Single yarn strength: The pendulum lever principle, Strain gauge
transducer principle, Machines working on these principles, interpretation
of test results.
b) Lea Strength: The lea CSP or Break factor & its significance:
Description of lea strength tester, comparison of lea & single yarn test

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results, Ballistic test & its importance.


Mechanical Properties of Fabric
a) Fabric Strength: Importance of fabric strength test, Sampling of
fabric, Tensile strength testing : Cut strip test, Grab test, comparison of
strip test & grab test, Tear strength test, Bursting test.
b) Abrasion Resistance of fabric: Serviceability, wear, abrasion, Factors
affecting abrasion resistance, assessment of abrasion damage, BFT
abrasion testing machine, Martindale abrasion tester.
c) Pilling: Concept, mechanism of pilling, factors affecting fabric pilling,
ICI Pill Box Tester.

Unit 3. Evenness of Yarn 10


Concept, Classification of irregularity, causes of irregularity, Measures of
irregularity, Basic irregularity, Index of irregularity. Addition of
irregularity, Measurement of yarn irregularity: Visual examination,
Cutting & weighing method, Electronic capacitance principle, Variation
of thickness under compression, Analysis of irregularity: Variance length
curves, spectrogram, Importance of yarn uniformity. Imperfections:
Concept, Causes and importance. Classimat faults: Classification of faults
and its causes. Principle & working of Classimat tester.
Hairiness in spun yarn:
Concept, Causes, Reduction and measurement of hairiness: Photoelectric
method.

Unit 4. Structural Properties of Fabric: 4


a) Thickness: Definition, Significance, Shirley method of measurement
of fabric thickness.
b) Crimp of Yarn In Fabric: Definition, Measurement, Effect on Fabric
Properties.
c) Cover factor: Definition, Derivation of cover factor, Significance

Unit 5. Aesthetic Properties of Fabric 2


a) Fabric Stiffness: Concept, Importance of stiffness and Drape,
measurement of stiffness: Shirley stiffness tester (cantilever principle),
Heart loop test.
b) Drape: Concept, Measurement of drape by Drape meter, Factors
affecting stiffness and drape.
c) Crease resistance & crease recovery: Concept, Measurement of
crease recovery, Factors affecting crease recovery.

Unit 6. Transport Properties of Fabric 2


a) Air permeability: Concept, Importance, air permeability, air
resistance, air porosity, Shirley air permeability tester, Factors affecting

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air permeability.
b) Water fabric relations: Concept, Importance, Water proofing & water
repellency, Mechanics of wetting, Wetting time test, Spray test, Drop
penetration test, Bundesmann test, Water head test.

Reference Books
1. Principles of Textile Testing, J.E.Booth, CBS Publishers & Distributors, 1996.
2. Physical properties of Textile Fibres, J. W. S. Morton & Hearle
3. Physical Testing of textiles, B. P. Saville.
4. Handbook of Indian Standards.
5. Quality control and Testing, V. K. Kothari.
6. Textile testing Fibre, Yarn and Fabric, Arindam Basu, Published by SITRA,
Coimbatore.
7. Textile Measuring Technology and Quality Control by Richard Furter.

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TPL305: ANALYSIS OF MECHANICAL ELEMENTS

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Tutorials 1 Hr. /Week SE-II 25
Total Credits 4 SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To study various types of stresses and strains in materials under different loading
conditions.
2. Describe effect of stresses due to various types of loading in different sections and
effect of stresses and strains in some textile components
3. Explain different stresses, strains, strain energy and strength of joints under different
loading conditions.
4. Describe tensile, compressive, impact strength, hardness etc. of materials.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Identify different stresses and strains under different loading conditions.
2. Calculate effect of stresses due to various ways of loading in different sections and
effect of stresses and strains in some textile components.
3. Estimate stresses, strains, strain energy and strength of joints under different loading
conditions.
4. Identify tensile, compressive, impact strength, hardness etc. of materials.

Course Contents
Unit 1. Simple stresses and Strains- 8 Hrs.
a) Strength and elasticity of material, simple stresses, strains,
behavior of brittle and ductile material under tension. Relation between
elastic constant, Poisson’s ratio, volumetric strain, principle of
complementary shear stress.
b) Strain energy and impact loading-
concept of strain energy, strain energy in bending, stresses due to impact.
Unit 2. Shear force and bending moment : Shear force and bending moment for 5 Hrs.
simply supported beams, overhanging beams, cantilevers with point loads
and uniformly distributed loads. SFD and BMD.
Unit 3. Stresses in Beams – 12 Hrs.
a) Bending stress – Symmetric bending of beams, standard beam sections,
built up sections, design problems. Study of bending in drafting roller.
b) Direct and bending stresses – Uniaxial bending, concept of biaxial
bending, kern of section, chimneys subjected to wind pressure.

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c) Distribution of shears stresses in beams of standard sections.


d) Torsion – Torsion of circular shafts, transmission of power through
shafts. Power transmitted by shaft. Study of torsion in Textile m/c. shaft.

Unit 4. Welded and Riveted Joints- Analysis and design of welded joints for 6 Hrs.
direct loads.
Unit 5. Slope and deflection of beams- Calculation of slope and deflection for 6 Hrs.
simple beams with point loads and udl, Macaulay’s method
Unit 6. Testings of materials- Material properties, tension, compression, shear, 2 Hrs.
hardness, fatigue, endurance limit, Testing procedure.

Reference Books
1. Strength of Materials : Ramamrutham.
2. Elements of Strength of Materials : S.P.Timoshenko and D.H. Young
3. Mechanics of Structures : S.B. Junnarkar
4. Strength of Materials : Vazirani and Ratwani
5. Introduction to Machine Design: V. B. Bhandari
6. Strength of Materials : R. K. Bansal

Note: - 5 Tutorials based upon assignments and demonstrations of testing of materials.

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TPL306: METALLURGY

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1 To acquaint students with the basic concepts of Metal Structure
2 To impart fundamental knowledge of Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metal Processing
3 To study applications of different Metals and Alloys
4 To Know Fundamentals of Metallography and To develop futuristic insight into Metals

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1 Understand basic concept of metal structure
2 Apply fundamental knowledge of Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metal
3 Selection of Metals and Alloys for different application
4 Analyze various heat treatment processes

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Metal and alloy system and Metallographic testing 6
1) Metals, metallic bonds, Crystal structures (BCC,FCC, HCP),
2) Imperfections in crystals, point, line, planer and 3D defects,
3) Alloy formation by crystallization, nucleation and grain growth
4) solidification cooling curves, Allotropy, solid solution types,
5) Phase and phase rules, Structural constituents, lever arm principle.
6) Sampling, mounting, polishing, etching, microscopic examination.

Unit 2. Powder Metallurgy and material selection 6


1) Powder metallurgy applications, advantages and limitations,
2) Powder preparation methods-mechanical, physical and chemical
methods
3) Powder metallurgy stages-mixing/blending, compacting, sintering
4) Manufacturing techniques with flowcharts for electric contacts, oil
impregnated Bearings, cemented carbide cutting tools, Friction
materials, Sintered bushes.
5) Steel Specifications -IS, BS and ASTM standards, Selection of
Materials based on applications in Textiles like Torsion bar, Seizer
blade,
6) Properties required and Material and process selection for knitting

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needles, spinning rings, Gears, machine frames, yarn guides, tools,


magnets, bearings, cams etc.

Unit 3. Compositions and properties of non-ferrous alloys 7


1) Equilibrium diagrams of Cu-Zn, Al-Cu (Only Al rich portion)
2) Equilibrium diagrams of Cu-Be, Al-Si and its modification
3) Composition, Properties and Applications of Brasses, Bronzes
4) Composition, Properties and Applications of Bearing metals,
5) Composition, Properties and Applications of Aluminium alloys.
6) Precipitation hardening Requirements, Principle of age hardening,
solutionzing, Aging, over-aging
7) G. P. Zone theory, dispersion hardening, Effect of variables
Composition, Aging Time and Temperature, Important
applications: Al-4.5%Cu, Cu- 2%Be, 17-7PH Alloy.

Unit 4. Basic of equilibrium diagrams 6


1) construction of equilibrium diagrams from cooling curves,
2) Solid solution type and eutectic, Off eutectic diagrams,
3) Introductory information with diagrams and common alloys on it.
4) Eutectoid, Peritectic Diagram and common alloys.
5) construction of Iron –carbon equilibrium diagram
6) Details of phases in Iron –carbon equilibrium diagram and
reactions

Unit 5. Compositions and properties of ferrous alloys 7


1) Classification of Plain carbon steel and Alloy steels
2) Classification of Stainless steels, tool steel
3) Composition, Properties and Applications of steels
4) Classification and Compositions of Cast Irons
5) Properties and Applications of Cast Irons: Grey, white, Malleable,
SG iron
6) Introduction to phase transformation- pearlite to austenite,
7) phase transformation –Austenite to Pearlite, bainite, martensite

Unit 6. Principles and processes of Heat Treatment: 7


1) TTT Diagrams construction and significance,
2) CCT diagrams Heat Treatment processes,
3) Annealing processes and Normalizing,
4) Hardening and Tampering-types, structural transformations,
5) Surface hardening-flame, induction,
6) Case hardening –carburizing, Nitriding, cyaniding
7) Heat treatment furnaces, defects and remedies,

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Books
Text Books
1) Physical Metallurgy- Vijendra Singh, Standard publishers, Delhi.
2) Material Science and Metallurgy - Dr.V.D. Kodgire.
3) Introduction to Physical Metallurgy - Avner

Reference Books
1) Metallurgy for Engineers - Clerk and Varney
2) Engineering Metallurgy Vol.1 and 2 – Higgins
3) Powder metallurgy-Dr A.K.sinha.
4) Metallurgy for Engineering technicians - Rollson
5) Heat treatment principles and practices-T.V.Rajan and C.P.Sharma.
6) Mechanical metallurgy G.E.Diater, Tata McGraw-hill, New Delhi.
7) Material science and Metallurgy, C. Daniel Yesudin&others, Scitech
Publication
8) Material Science And Engineering by W.D.Callister ,Wiley (India) Edition

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TPP307: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Practical 2 Hrs. /Week CIE 50
Total Credits 1 SEE 50
Total 100

List of Experiments
1. Study of basics of computer Networking
2. Design & analysis of DBMS using Oracle 10g – Data retrieval, updation, deletion.
3. Design & analysis of DBMS using Oracle 10g – Data retrieval using Advanced Queries
4. Design & Implementation of user IDE using VB.Net Framework
5. Design & Implementation of VB.Net program for decision making statement
6. Design & Implementation of VB.Net program for different loops (Nested Loops)
7. Design & Implementation of VB.Net program for Array
8. Design & Implementation of VB.Net program for function
Design a form to select image from list and display it in the picture box. And
9.
demonstrate of Windows explorer
10. Design and implementation of VB.Net program for Timer, List box & combo box control
11. Design a form for implement application of Common Dialog Control in VB.Net.
12. Database connectivity using ADO.Net Application
13. Internet & web application in VB.Net, Deployment of project

Submission
1. Completed Journal

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TPP308: YARN MANUFACTURING MACHINERY–V LAB

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Practical 2 Hrs. /Week CIE 50
Total Credits 1 SEE --
Total 50

List of Experiments
1. Demonstration of process flow charts for various fibre blending systems

2. Study of fiber tinting , material segregation and process parameters in blend


spinning.(mill visit)
3. Study of Air jet spinning machine.
4. Demonstration of blended yarn production on preparatory machine

5. Processing of any Blend on cotton system

6. Study of Draw texturing machine.

7. Study of effect of process parameters on quality of draw textured yarn.

8. Study of Air texturing machine.

9. Study of effect of process parameters on quality of air textured yarns.

10. Study of siro spinning.

11. Study of effect of process parameters on air jet spun yarns.

12. Visit to the Blend Spinning plant.

Submission
1. Completed Journal.

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TPP309: FABRIC MANUFACTURING MACHINARY - V LAB

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Practical 2 Hrs / Week CIE 50
Total Credits 1 SEE --
Total 50

List of Experiments
1. Study of single jersey circular weft knitting machine – yarn supply arrangements, loop
forming mechanism, takedown motion, Production calculation.
2. Study of double jersey circular weft knitting machine – yarn supply arrangements, loop
forming mechanism, takedown motion, Production calculation.
3. Study of warp knitting machine – yarn supply arrangements, loop forming mechanism,
takedown motion, Production calculation.
4. Study of flat knitting machine – yarn supply arrangements, loop forming mechanism,
takedown motion, Production calculation.
5. Design setting on single jersey circular weft knitting machine- Machine operation, cam
and needle arrangements, yarn feeding and take down setting.
6. Design setting on Double jersey circular weft knitting machine- Machine operation, cam
and needle arrangements, yarn feeding and take down setting.
7. Design setting on warp knitting machine- Machine operation, pattern chain and guide
arrangements, yarn feeding and take down setting.
8. Knitted fabric analysis.

9. Knitted fabric analysis.

10. Knitted fabric analysis.

11. Knitted fabric analysis.

12. Visit to knitting unit.

Submission
1. Completed Journal

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TPP310: TEXTILE TESTING-II LAB

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Practical 2 Hrs. /Week CIE 50
Total Credits 1 SEE 50
Total 50

List of Experiments
1. Determination of yarn Linear Density.
2. Determination of twist in single yarn.
3. Determination of twist in double yarn.
4. Determination of single yarn strength.
5. Determination of yarn lea strength.
6. Evaluation of yarn unevenness by cut weight principle.
7. Estimation of crease recovery angle
8. Evaluation of stiffness of fabric.
9. Determination of fabric strip strength.
10. Determination of tearing strength of fabric.
11. Assessment of abrasion resistance of fabric.
12. Estimation of drapability of fabric.

Submission
1. Completed Journal

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TPP311: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS LAB

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Tutorials 2 Hrs. / Week CIE 50
Total Audits 2 Total 50

Course Objectives
1. To create awareness about ethics and values in engineering field.
2. To know about profession and professionalism, inculcate knowledge of rights and
responsibilities, exposure to safety & risks.
3. To provide basic information about ethical code and ethical theories.
4. To have an adequate knowledge about MNCs, business, environmental, computer
and research ethics, IPR and CSR.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course
1. The students will understand the basic ethics and values.
2. The students will understand the perception of profession and professionalism,
responsibility towards safety and risks.
3. The students will be aware of various ethical theories and code of ethics.
4. The students will acquire knowledge about various roles of technologists in variety of
global issues and able to apply ethical principles to resolve situations that arise in
their professional lives.

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Basic concepts. 5
Moral and morality, ethics and values, life skills, Emotional intelligence,
setting goals in life. Human values and attitudes.
Unit 2. Profession and professionalism 5
The nature and characteristics of professions, Professional associations,
role of the professional, accountability and image, Rights and
responsibility as a profession, assessment of safety and risk.
Unit 3. Ethical codes 5
Need for ethical codes, sample codes, corporate codes, and developments
of codes, implementation and limitations of codes.
Unit 4. Engineering Ethics 6
Basic Ethical principles, moral development theories, classification of
ethical theories, moral issues and dilemmas, moral autonomy and uses of
ethical theories. Certain specific issues pertaining to production,
marketing, Management, environmental, computer ethics and business
ethics would be discussed.

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Unit 5. Global Issues 5


Current scenario, business ethics, corporate social responsibilities,
computer and research ethical issues, Intellectual property rights.

Term work: 03 assignments including case studies related to above units will be given to
the students per semester

Reference Books
1. Mike Martin and Ronald Schinzinger, “Ethics in Engineering”, McGraw-Hill, New
York, 2005.
2. Subrmanian, R.: Professional Ethics,Oxford University Press,2013,2017.
3. Charles E Harris, Michael S Pritchard and Michael J Rabins, “Engineering Ethics
Concepts and Cases”, Thompson Learning, 2000.
4. Camenisch, P.F.: Grounding Professional Ethics in a Pluralistic Society, N.Y.: Haven
Publications, 1983.
5. Bayles, M.D.: Professional Ethics, California: Wardsworth Publishing Company,
1981.
6. Koehn, D.: The Ground of Professional Ethics, Routledge, 1995.
7. Wuest, D.E. : Professional Ethics and Social Responsibility,
Rowman& Littlefield, 1994.
8. Govindarajan M, Natarajan S., Senthil Kumar V. S., “Engineering Etics”, Printice
Hall of India, New Delhi 2004.
9. Charles D Fledderman, Engineering Ethics”, Prentice Hall, New Mexico, 1999.
10. John R Boatright, “Ethics and the conduct of Business”, Pearson education, New
Delhi, 2003.
11. Edmund G Seebauer and Robert L Barry, Fundamentals of Ethics for Scientists and
Engineers”, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001.
12. Prof. (Col) P S Bajaj and Dr. Raj Agrawal, “Business Ethics – An Indian
Perspective”, Biztantra, New Delhi, 2004.

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Semester-II

Teaching Scheme
Sr. Course
Name of the Course Group Theory Tutorial Practical Credits
No. Code
Hrs/ Hrs/ Hrs/ Total
Week Week Week

1 TPLOE1 OPEN ELECTIVE E 3 3 3

2 TPL312 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING C 3 1 4 4

THEORY OF TEXTILE
3 TPL313 D 3 3 3
MACHINES-I
DESIGN OF TEXTILE
4 TPL314 D 4 4 4
MACHINES-I

5 TPL315 TRIBOLOGY D 3 3 3

CHEMICAL PROCESSING
6 TPL316 D 3 3 3
MACHINERY
THEORY OF TEXTILE
7 TPP317 D 2 2 1
MACHINES-I LAB
DESIGN OF TEXTILE
8 TPP318 D 2 2 1
MACHINES-I LAB
CHEMICAL PROCESSING
9 TPP319 D 2 2 1
MACHINERY LAB

10 TPD320 INTERNSHIP - I ** F 3

Total 19 1 6 26 26

Group Details
A: Basic Science
B: Engineering Science
C: Humanities Social Science & Management
D: Professional Core Courses & Professional Elective
E: Free Elective
F Seminar/Training/ Project

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TPLOE1- TPL321: PLC & SCADA (Open Elective)

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 100
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To understand the generic architecture and constituent components of a
Programmable Logic Controller.
2. To develop architecture of SCADA explaining each unit in detail.
3. To develop a software program using modern engineering tools and technique for
PLC.
4. To apply knowledge gained about PLCs and SCADA systems to identify few real-
life industrial applications.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Describe working of various blocks of basic industrial automation system
2. Use various PLC functions and develop small PLC programs
3. Summarize Distributed control system and SCADA system
4. Describe different sensors used with PLC

Course Contents
Unit No. Topics Hrs
Unit 1. Transducers & Sensors: 6 Hrs.
Position Sensors: Limit switch, photoelectric switches, proximity sensors,
pressure switches, resolvers, incremental & absolute encoders, decoders &
relays.

Unit 2. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC): Introduction, definition and 6 Hrs.


history of PLC, PLC system and components of PLC input output module,
PLC advantages and disadvantages.

Unit 3. Ladder diagram & PLC programming fundamentals: Basic components 6 Hrs.
and other symbols, fundamentals of ladder diagram, machine control
terminology, update – sole ladder – update, physical components Vs.
program components, light control example, internal relays, disagreement
circuit, majority circuit, oscillator, holding (sealed or latches) contacts,
always ON always OFF contacts, Nesting of ladders.

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Unit 4. PLC programming: PLC input instructions, outputs, coils, indicators, 7 Hrs.
operational procedures, contact and coil input output, programming
example, fail safe circuits, simple industrial applications.4 PLC Functions:
PLC timer functions – Introduction, timer functions, industrial
applications, industrial process timing applications PLC control functions –
PLC counters and its industrial applications

Unit 5. Applications of PLC 7 Hrs.


Encoders, transducer and advanced sensors (Thermal, Optical, Magnetic,
Electromechanical, Flow, Level sensors) Measurement of temperature,
flow, pressure, force, displacement, speed, level Developing a ladder logic
for Sequencing of motors, Tank level control

Unit 6. Introduction to SCADA Systems: Introduction, definitions and history of 7 Hrs


Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, typical SCADA system
Architecture, Communication requirements, Desirable Properties of
SCADA system, features, advantages, disadvantages and applications of
SCADA.

Reference Books
1. Programmable logical controller, Reis Webb, Prentice Hall
2. Mechatronics – W. Bolton, Pearson education
3. Programmable Logic Controllers, Webb & Reis, PHI.
4. Programmable Logic Controllers, John & Fredric Hackworth, Pearson
5. Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers, Gary Dunning, Thomson.
6. SCADA : Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition By : Stuart Boyer ISA

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TPLOE1- TPL322: ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING AND E-COMMERCE
(Open Elective)

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. / Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To explain the basic concepts of ERP System and its implementation.
2. To describe the functionality of SAP-R/3.
3. To elaborate various business models of E-commerce.
4. To illustrate e-commerce marketing, online retail strategies and social networks.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to:
1. Explain the basic concepts of ERP System and its implementation.
2. Describe the functionality of SAP-R3.
3. Elaborate various business models of E-commerce.
4. Illustrate e-commerce marketing, online retail strategies and social networks.

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. ERP Introduction :
Overview, Accommodating Variety, Integrated Management Information, 6
Supply Chain and Resource Management, Integrated Data Model, Scope,
Technology and Benefits of ERP, Building an MIS, Business as a System,
Core Process in a Manufacturing Company, Entities for Data Model in a
Manufacturing Company.

Unit 2. ERP Implementation:


Overview, Role of Consultants, Vendors and Users, Customization, 7
Precautions, Post Implementation Option, ERP Implementation
Methodology, Guidelines for ERP Implementation.

Unit 3. Getting Started with SAP R/3:


7
Introducing SAP, SAP’s Markets, SAP Applications, SAP Modules.

Unit 4. Introduction to E-Commerce:


E-commerce: The Revolution is Just Beginning, A Brief History 7
E-commerce Business Models: Major Business to Consumer (B2C)
Business Models, Major Business to Business (B2B) Business Models,
Business Models in Emerging E-commerce Areas, How the Internet and

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the Web Change Business - Strategy, Structure and Process.

Unit 5. E-Commerce Marketing and Online Retail: 7


Consumer Online: The Internet Audience and Consumer Behavior, Basic
Marketing Concepts, Internet Marketing Technologies, B2C and B2B E-
commerce Marketing and Business Strategies, The Retail Sector,
Analyzing the Viability of Online Firms.
E-commerce in Action: E-Retailing Business Models, Common Themes
in Online Retailing.
The Service Sector: Offline and Online, Online Financial Services, Online
Travel Services, Online Career Services.

Unit 6. Social Networks, Auctions and Portals :


5
Social Networks and Online Communities, Online Auctions, E-commerce
Portals.

Reference Books
1. Enterprise Resource Planning Concepts and Practice – Vinay Kumar Garg, N. K.
Venkitakrishnan, Second Edition, PHI Publication.
2. E-Commerce: Business, Technology, Society - Kenneth C. Laudon, Fourth Edition,
Pearson Publication.
3. E-Commerce: An Indian perspective - S. J. Joseph, Fifth Edition, PHI Publication.

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TPLOE1- TPL323: COSTING (Open Elective)

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To understand concept of Elements of Cost, Nature, Scope, fundamental principles
of costing; To explain techniques of inventory control.
2. To understand Accounting for Labour, Classification for labour cost, causes for
labour turnover; To formulate Methods of remuneration and incentive schemes.
3. To understand unit costing, overhead costing, machine hour rate.
4. To understand contract costing, operating costing, process costing and cost auditing.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to-
1. Describe concept of cost and will be able to control the inventory cost.
2. Do labour accounting.
3. Prepare cost sheet.
4. Explain contract costing, operating costing, process costing and cost auditing

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Cost: Meaning, Concept and Classification. Elements of Cost, Nature, 6
Scope, fundamental principles of costing, Functions, Techniques of
Costing.
Material /Stores Costing- Meaning, objective, techniques of inventory
control.
Unit 2. Accounting for Labour- Meaning, Classification for labour cost, causes 6
for labour turnover, reduction and control labour turn over, Methods of
remuneration and incentive schemes.
Unit 3. Unit Costing- Meaning, Elements of Cost under unit or output costing, 7
Preparation of Cost Sheet, Tender price- Meaning, Calculation and its
instructions
Unit 4. Overhead costing- Meaning, classification. 6
Machine hour rate- meaning, bases, Advantages, disadvantages.
Unit 5. Contract Costing- Meaning, terminology. 7
Job costing- meaning, procedure, Difference between contract costing and
job costing.
Batch costing- Meaning, procedure.

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Unit 6. Operating costing- Meaning, Characteristics, Uses. 7


Process Costing-Definition, application, characteristics, uses, limitations.
Principles of process costing.
Cost Audit –Meaning, Importance and Techniques of Cost Audit.

Reference Books
1. Jawahar Lal, Seema Shrivastava- “Cost Accounting” Mc Graw Hill Education; 4
edition (25 September 2008)
2. S.P. Jain-“Advanced Cost Accounting: Cost Management”-Kalyani Publishers
3. M N Arora, “Cost Accounting –Principles and Practices”,Vikas Publishing House.
4. Jain S.C. and Narang K.L. “Advanced Cost Accounting”
5. Khan and Jain, “ Management Accounting”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing,New
Delhi 1993-3rd Edition
6. N.L and Ramanathan, “Management Accounting”, 5th edition, New Delhi, Sultan
Chand, 1992. Horngreen Charles

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TPL312: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week
Tutorial 1 Hr./Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 4 SE-II 25
SEE 50
CIE 50
Total 150

Course Objectives
1. Understand the importance of Industrial Engineering.
2. Discuss the factors affecting Production Planning and Control and inventory.
3. Understand method study, motion economy.
4. Formulation of mathematical model and problem solving

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Understand the concepts of Industrial Engineering.
2. Identify the factors affecting Production, Planning and Control of inventory.
3. Apply the concepts of method study, motion economy.
4. Formulate mathematical model and problem solving

Course Contents
1 Introduction- Concept of Industrial Engineering, definition, development, various 3
techniques of Industrial Engineering, Scope in Textiles

2 a Work Study and Productivity- Production – Definition, Types of production, and 12


characteristics of each type of production. Productivity, ways to increase productivity,
measurement of productivity.
b Method Study-Definition, steps in method study, details of every step, charts
used for recording, outline chart, flow process chart & its types, two handed
process chart, multiple activity chart, principles of motion economy, Micro motion
Study – Contribution of Gilbreth, Therblings, Procedure, SIMO Chart.
c Work measurement Definition, Techniques, concept of total time, standard
time, allowances, problems
d Operation Research –
Definition, various techniques of OR.Basics of linear programming – Formulation of
LP, Graphical solution,

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3 a Production, Planning & Control (PPC)- objetives, functions. 12


b Forecasting- various techniques of sales forecasting,
c Capacity Planning- Strategic decisions, measurements, influences, translating
capacity into workable units.
d Process Planning- inputs, factors, steps, route sheets, planning in different situations
e Scheduling- sequencing, scheduling, Gantt charts
f Project Planning- Network Analysis – PERT, CPM, and comparison.
g Plant location, Plant layout, Material handling-

4 Material Planning- Factors, Techniques, BOM, MRP, Inventory Control- objectives, 8


selective inventory control,EOQ, EBQ, safety stock, Replenishment systems.

5 Value analysis and Value engineering- Value, concept of value analysis, concept of 2
value engineering, Reasons of unnecessary cost, value analysis procedure

6 Job evaluation and merit rating- Introduction, objectives, procedure of job 2


evaluation, methods of job evaluation, methods of merit rating

Reference Books
1. Work Study – ILO
2. Work Study in Textiles – ILO
3. Elements of Production Planning & Control – SamualEilon.
4. Industrial Engineering & Management – Banga Sharma
5. Industrial Engineering & Management – O. P. Khanna.
6. Industrial Engineering Manual of Textile Industry – Nobert Lioyd Enrick.
7. Industrial Engineering & production& operation management – Sanjay S. Patil, &
Nandkumar Hukeri.
8. Industrial Engineering and Production Management – Martand Telsang, S Chand &
Company Ltd.
9. Industrial Engineering and Production Management- V. K. Kapoor
10. Industrial Engineering and Production Management- L. C. Jhamb

Note :- 5 Tutorials based on following topics will be assigned to students. Continuous


evaluation will be done based on their attendance, contents etc.
1. Work study
2. Production planning and control
3. Material planning
4. Value analysis and value engineering
5. Job evaluation and merit rating
6. Operational research

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TPL313: THEORY OF TEXTILE MACHINES- I

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 hours /week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To discuss need of motion transmission by various means.
2. To Describe construction of machine and mechanisms
3. Enumerate force, torque, power and other terms of mechanisms.
4. To explain method to compare and select suitable machine accessories and system.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Explain need of motion transmission, types of drives, select suitable drive.
2. Explain & use mechanism for particular use and calculate parameters.
3. Estimate force, torque, power, tension and related variables in cams, plain bearings,
drives
4. Select suitable ring, travellers, spindles, weighting system for spinning process.

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Mechanisms – Introduction – Link, Kinematic pair, kinematic chain, 9
mechanism, inversion. Study of four bar mechanism, single slider
crank mechanism, double slider crank mechanisms and their
inversions.
Straight Line Mechanisms – Pantograph, Scott Russell mechanism,
Peaucellier mechanism, Harts’ mechanism, Intermittent motion
mechanisms – ratchet and pawl mechanism and Geneva mechanism.
Examples from textile machines – Straight-line motion mechanisms in
rapier loom, crank and rack operated straight line motion, planetary
straight-line motion and radial cam operated motion, screw traversing
motion for rapier movement.
Unit 2. Velocity and Acceleration in Mechanisms - 9
Relative velocity method, velocity diagram for different mechanism,
acceleration diagrams for various mechanisms. Coriolis component of
acceleration, application of velocity and acceleration diagrams to sley
motion. Numerical examples based on velocity and acceleration diagrams.
Unit 3. Cams – 6
Types of cams and followers, profile of cam for give characteristics of
follower, specified contour cams, tangent and circular arc type cams.

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Spring force on follower, torque on cam shaft. Conjugate cam.


Application of cams and cam mechanisms in Textile Machines.
Unit 4. Transmission of Motion and Power -
Belt drives – flat, vee and rope belts. Length of belt, velocity ratio, slip, 6
creep, initial tension in belt, limiting tension ratio, centrifugal tension,
power transmission, condition for maximum power transmission. Chain
drives used in machines.
Unit 5. Friction -
Introduction – types – laws of friction. 5
Friction in pivot bearings, Power lost in friction, coil friction – application
in yarn tensioning devices, let off motion, yarn friction meters.
Unit 6. Study of Roller weighting system and drafting systems - 4
Roller weighting in spinning, mechanism of drafting systems.
Study of high speed rings, spindles and travelers.
Study of yarn tension in spinning.

Reference Books

1. Theory of Machines – Dr. R.K. Bansal.


2. Theory of Machines – Ballaney
3. Mechanics of Textile Machines – Hunton
4. Textile Mechanisms – Grosberg
5. Book of Papers of NCUTE Programme.
6. Theory of Machines – Thomas Bevan
7. Theory of Machines – R.S. Khurmi

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TPL314: DESIGN OF TEXTILE MACHINES-I

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 4 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 4 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To know the concept of Machine Design, understand general design procedure &
manufacturing considerations in design. To know the concept of Principal planes &
Principal stresses and the procedure for evaluating the same. To get familiar with theories
of failure & their concerned expressions.
2. To know the design procedure of shafts for various loading conditions. To get familiar
with design procedure of various types of keys and couplings.
3. To know the design procedure of welded, bolted & riveted joints for eccentric loading
conditions. To get familiar with design procedure of springs & flywheels. To know
design considerations of pulleys.
4. To get conversant with computer aided drafting system. To study the functions of seals-
its types, materials, construction, working & applications.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able
To explain the concept of Machine Design, describe general design procedure &
manufacturing considerations in design. To derive necessary expressions for Principal
1.
planes & Principal stresses and calculate the same. State & explain theories of failure,
derive their concerned expressions & solve numerical based on it.
To design shafts for different loading conditions. To design various types of keys and
2.
couplings.
To design welded, bolted & riveted joints for eccentric loading conditions. To design
3.
springs & flywheels. To describe design considerations of pulleys.
To describe features of computer aided drafting system & Auto CAD commands. To
4. explain with sketch different types of seals & their applications.

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Introduction to machine design and selection of engineering materials -
Concept of machine design, General design procedure, criteria for selection 4
of material in design, design considerations of casting & forging.
Unit 2. Principal stresses and strains – Normal stress, shear stress, Principal
stresses and planes, Principal strains, Mohr’s circle diagram, Theories of
failure- Max. Normal stress theory, Max. Shear stress theory, Distortion 8
energy theory (statement only).

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Unit 3. A) Design of shaft - Shafts subjected to axial stresses, bending stresses,


torsional stresses and their combination, ASME code for shaft design, 6
material selection for shaft, design of shaft for torsional rigidity, design
consideration of drafting rollers.
B) Design of keys – Design of Square, Flat & Kennedy key, design of 4
splines.
C) Design of couplings - Design of Muff coupling, rigid flanged coupling 5
and flexible coupling.
Unit 4. A) Design of springs - Introduction, types of springs, design of helical
compression, tension, torsion & leaf springs, nipping of leaf springs, spring 7
materials.
B) Design of Joints – design of welded, bolted & riveted joints for eccentric 7
loading conditions.
Unit 5. Design of pulleys and flywheels - Function of flywheel, Torque analysis,
design of solid disk & rimmed flywheel. Design of flat belt and V- belt 8
pulleys, selection of pulleys.
Unit 6. A) Seals – Functions, types of seals, failure of seals, seal materials,
2
application of seals.
B) Introduction to computer aided drafting – Features of Auto CAD
1
system, basic Auto CAD commands.

Reference Books
1. Introduction to Machine Design by V. B. Bhandari.
2. Design of Machine elements by V. B. Bhandari.
3. A Textbook of Machine Design by R.S. Khurmi & J. K. Gupta.
4. Design of Machine elements by Spotts.
5. Machine Design by Pandya & Shah.
6. Design of Machine elements by T. Krishna Rao Vol. I & II
7. Machine Design by P. Kannaiah.
8. Mechanics of Spinning Machines by R. Rengaswamy.

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TPL315: Tribology.

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs/ Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To teach working principles and process parameters of friction, wear lubrication and
types of lubricants.
2. To describe properties, selection criterion, mechanism of action and applications of
types of oils, greases, solid lubricants and gas lubrication.
3. Explanation of constructional details and selection of lubrication systems.
Introduction to lubrication practices.
4. To teach Lubricant conservation, testing, specifications, lubrication management,
environmental issues, handling and storage.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Describe working principles, process parameters of friction, wear, lubrication and
types of lubricants.
2. To explain properties, selection criterion, mechanism of action and applications of
types of oils, greases, solid lubricants and gas lubrication.
3. Identify constructional details and selection of lubrication systems. To know and
write lubrication practices.
4. To know importance of Lubricant conservation, testing, specifications, lubrication
management, environmental issues, handling and storage.

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. A) Basic concept of lubrication – 5
Definition of Tribology, meaning of lubrication, friction, liquid
lubrication, hydrodynamic lubrication, boundary lubrication,
hydrostatic lubrication, Dry or solid lubrication etc.
B) Choice of Lubricant Type - 2
Problem related to lubricant selection, basic types, selection
criterion, and choice for particular component.
Unit 2. A) Selection of Lubricating Oils :-
Important properties, classification, viscosity, boundary 6
lubrication, oil stability, contamination, Compatibility etc.
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textile machines.
B) Oil Feed Systems :-
Advantages of oil feed, various systems like total loss system, oil 4
mist system, wick and pad etc. Problems of oil changing, selection
of right system. Lubrication systems used in textile machines
Unit 3. Study of Greases :-
Nature and composition of grease, grease manufacturing,
mechanism of action of grease, properties of grease, advantages 6
and disadvantages, selection and application, methods of
application. Anti-seizes and anti-scuffing compounds. Lubricating
greases used in textile machines.

Unit 4. Solid Lubrication :-


Mechanism of solid lubrication, advantages and disadvantages, 4
Graphite, MoS2, PTFE, Nylons, Acetals, metals, composites etc.
selection of solid lubricants. Solid Lubricants used in textile
machines.
Unit 5. Gas Lubrication :-
Principles of gas bearings, properties of gas, advantages and 3
disadvantages, examples of gas bearings.

Unit 6. Lubricant Testing and Specifications:- 3


Object, functional, chemical, physical tests. Standards and
specification, precision of tests.
Lubricant Monitoring:-
Objects of lubricant monitoring, SOAP, Particle Test and 3
Ferrography, oil monitoring by laboratory testing, Spot tests.
Testing of grease. Failure investigation.
Oil Conservation, Lubricant Handling and Storage -
Handling of used oil, Disposal of emulsions and contaminated 3
oils, Laundering, refining and reuse. Care in lubricant handling,
storage and applications.

Reference Books
1. Lubrication – by A.R. Lansdown.
2. Recent Advances in Tribology – Proceeding of X National Conference on Industrial
Tribology, 1983.
3. Maintenance Management Vol.4, - IMME Publication.
4. Basic Lubrication Theory – by Alastair Cameron.

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TPL316: CHEMICAL PROCESSING MACHINERY

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Lectures 3 Hrs. /Week SE-I 25
Total Credits 3 SE-II 25
SEE 50
Total 100

Course Objectives
1. To define maintenance and discuss function with construction of preparatory
machines.
2. To study the working of dyeing machines for different forms of substrate.
3. To explain working of various printing machines.
4. To discuss working and construction of finishing machines.

Course Outcomes
At the end of the course students will be able to
1. Ability to understand maintenance management and understand various preparatory
machines.
2. Ability to understand working of dyeing machines for various substrates.
3. Ability to understand working of printing machine.
4. Ability to understand working and construction of various finishing machines.

Course Contents Hrs.


Unit 1. Maintenance Management
What is maintenance, importance of maintenance, types of maintenance 3
and responsibilities of maintenance department
Unit 2. Mechanical Pre-treatment Machines
Study of construction, working and maintenance of shearing & cropping
machine, surface shearing machine for carpets & terry towels, Gas 8
singeing machine, different positions of singeing, indirect singeing
machine
Unit 3. Chemical Pre-treatment Machines
Construction & working of kier, study of continuous & batch type open
width scouring machines. Slack rope and tight rope washing machine.
Batch & continuous washing machine for open width & rope form. 9
Machinery for semi-continuous & continuous bleaching method, J-box
unit, vapor lock bleaching range, Bleaching machine for knit goods Hank
mercerizing machine, fabric mercerization machine like pad-chain,
padchainless & padless- chainless mercerization ranges, Mercerizing
machine for knit goods, Liquor ammonia mercerization, Caustic recovery
plant, Developments in mercerizing machines.

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Unit 4. Dyeing Machines 8


Machinery for cotton fibre dyeing, hank, cheese, and cop dyeing machine,
Machinery for fabric dyeing like padding mangles, semi-automatic &
fully automatic jiggers & jumbo jiggers, winch dyeing machines. H.T.
H.P. beam dyeing machines, jet dyeing machine, soft flow dyeing
machine. Continuous dyeing ranges
Unit 5. Printing Machines 4
Flat bed printing, rotary screen printing machines. Techniques of screen
preparations for flat bed and rotary screen, Study of working &
construction of agers & steamers

Unit 6. Finishing Machines 7


Study of working & construction of finishing machinery like vertical
drying range, friction calendar, Schriener calendar, felt calendar, stenter
machine, float drier, sanforising machine, decatising machine,
polymeriser

Reference Books
1. Handbook Of Textile Processing Machinery - R.S. Bhagwat
2. Technical Specification Of Wet Processing Machinery-National Textile Corporation
3. Maintenance In Chemical Processing- Gokhale & Dhingra
4. Engineering In Textile Coloration- C. Duckworth
5. Tech. Of Dyeing - Dr. V. A. Shenai
6. Tech. Of Printing - Dr. V. A. Shenai
7. Tech. Of Finishing - Dr. V. A. Shenai
8. Tech. Of Bleaching. & Mercerising-. V. A. Shenai

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Third Year B. Tech. Semester - VI


TPP317: THEORY OF TEXTILE MACHINES- I LAB

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Practical 2 Hrs. /Week CIE 50
Total Credits 1 SEE -
Total 50

List of experiments:
Minimum Five experiments based on below.

1. Study of basic mechanisms. (Demonstration of models, Actual mechanisms, etc.


2. Determine the Velocity by relative velocity method. (Minimum 2 problems)
3. Determine Acceleration by relative acceleration method. (Minimum 2 problems)
4. Design of Problems on cam profile. (Minimum 2 problems)
5. Study of belt drives and calculation
6. Study of Bearings
7. Study of drafting systems and comparison of drafting system with and without apron
8. Study of Rings and traveller on a ring frame.

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TPP318: DESIGN OF TEXTILE MACHINES - I LAB

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Practical 2 Hrs. /Week CIE 50
Total Credits 1 SEE 50
Total 100

Minimum five assignments viz.


List of Assignments
1. Introduction to Machine design & Selection of materials.
2. Principal stresses & strains.
3. Design of shafts, keys & couplings.
4. Design of springs & joints.
5. Design of pulleys & flywheels.
6. Study of seals & Auto CAD commands.

Submission
1. Completed Journal & drawing sheets.

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Third Year B. Tech. Semester - VI


TPP 319: CHEMICAL PROCESSING MACHINERY LAB

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Practical 2 Hrs. /Week CIE 50
Total Credits 1 SEE 50
Total 100

List of Experiments
1. Constructional study and working of air flow dyeing machine.
2. Study the working and construction of over flow dyeing machine.
3. Study the working and construction of padding mangle and stenter.
4. Industrial visit for study of mercerisation machine.
5. Industrial visit for study of singeing machine.
6. Study the working and construction of sanforising machine.
7. Study the working of solonied valve at different machines of processing.
8. Study the thermal controllers on various machines of wet processing.
9. Study the working and construction of package dyeing machine.
10. Study the construction and working of vertical drying range.
11. Study the gearing arrangement and working of jigger machine.
12. Study the working and construction of rope washing machine.

Submission
1. Completed Journal

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TPD320: INTERNSHIP-I

Teaching Scheme Evaluation Scheme


Training Period 04 weeks during CIE 50
winter vacation
Total Credits 3 SEE ---
Total 50

Course Objectives
1. To expose the students to the industrial environment and its work culture.
2. To expose the students to machineries and processes.
3. To develop understanding of techniques like Production Planning, Quality Assurance,
Maintenance practices, Environment and Pollution Control, Management Information
System.
4. To provide hands-on training on machines and instruments

Course Outcomes
Students will be able to
1. Students will be able to understand the industrial environment and work culture.
2. Students will be able to understand the machineries and processes of industries.
3. Students will be able to reproduce the techniques like Production Planning, Quality
Assurance, Students will be able to maintenance practices, Environment and
Pollution Control, Management Information System.
4. Students will be able to use hand on training skills.

Course Contents
Unit 1. Training in Spinning, Weaving, Knitting, Machinery Manufacturing, Yarn,
Fabric, Garment Chemical Processing, Machinery Manufacturing, Erection
and Commissioning, Garment Manufacturing, Synthetics Fibre and Yarn
Manufacturing, Technical Textiles, Non-Wovens, R & D Lab, Marketing etc.
for study of :
Process Flow Chart,
Visit to various departments and study of machineries,
Important adjustments and settings,
Speed of Important Parts,
Modern Developments in machines/process,
Chemicals, Dyes used for carrying out various process,
Process parameters and effect on quality of product,
Actual Production and Efficiency,
Production Planning and Control,
Maintenance Practices, maintenance tools and gauges, maintenance schedule,
Study of lubrications,

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Process Control and Quality Control activities,


Roles and responsibilities of various categories of workers/technical Staffs’,
Labour allocation.

Unit 2. Special Studies:


Management information systems,
Waste study,
Costing,
Production planning and control,
Target achievement,
Information regarding humidification plant,
Utility,
Electrical supply,
Store, purchase,
Marketing,
Sales,
Samples,
Lay-out of Plant.

Unit 3. Project:
Objectives,
Procedures,
Observations,
Analysis and Conclusion of the projects carried-out.

Reference: Specific guideline points given in daily diary.

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