GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY

DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
PROPOSED TEACHING SCHEME

SEMESTER- VI
SR. NO 1 SUBJECT COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAD/CAM) COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING(CG/CAM) INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT PROJECT-II ELECTIVE-I ELECTIVE-I PRACTICE ELECTIVE-II ELECTIVE -II PRACTICE TOTAL TEACHING SCHEME (HOURS) THEORY TUTORIAL PRACTICAL 3 0 0 CREDITS 3

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Elective Subject(Any Two) ADVANCE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY POWER PLANT ENGINEERING HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATIC DEVICES OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT ADVANCE INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOUNDARY TECHNOLOGY ADVANCE MACHINE DESIGN AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING MECHATRONICS

GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY
DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SEMESTER- VI
Subject Name: COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAD/CAM).

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Subject Content Hrs. 1.0 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING / 2 DESIGN (CAD) AND COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAM). 1.1 Know the objectives of learning this subject. 1.2 Need, Scope & importance of CAD/CAM in industries. 1.3 Need of attitude, knowledge & skill required for application of CAD/CAM. 1.4 History, concept and definitions of CAD and CAM. 1.5 Need, salient features, benefits and functional areas of CAD. 1.6 Design steps and reasons for implementing CAD system. 2.0 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE IN CAD SYSTEM. 2.1 CAD workstation: Block diagram, concept, definition, classification and functions, configuration. 2.2 System requirements for modeling and analysis for AutoCAD, Pro/E, Solidedge , Inventor and other in current trend. 2.3 Graphics : Types and features of graphic terminals. 2.4 Input and output devices: types, configuration, applications and installation. 2.5 Familiarize with various cords and ports. 2.6 Graphic packages : Types, features, system requirements and applications ; GUI- concept ,meaning & features; Graphics standards such as GKS, PHIG, IGES. 2.7 2D and 3D geometric transformations. 2.8 Geometric modeling: Types, features, comparison and applications. 2.9 Animation concept, need and applications. 2.10 CAD/CAM interfacing-concept, standards ,hardwares and protocols.

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Note : Geometric transformation example/s (application type) of 4-5 marks out of total 70.

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3.0 3D MODELING. 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Difference between 2D and 3D. Axes nomenclature. Surfaces-types and applications. Solid modeling-methods and applications. Feature based modeling-concept, meaning and applications. Parametric modeling-concept, meaning and applications. Constraints- concept, meaning , common constraints and their utilities. 3.8 Dimensional relationships-concept, meaning and utility. 3.9 Model tree – concept, applications and benefits. 3.10 File types in various CAD softwares. 3.11 Features of various CAD softwares in context of 3D modeling, analysis, exchange of files ,etc. 3.11 3D surface and solid modeling- constructing, viewing, editing and modifying/redefining commands in various CAD softwares. . 3.12 Assembly modeling methods and commands in various CAD softwares (For 5 to 8 components only) . 3.13 Creating orthographic drawings in various CAD softwares. Note : 1. Various CAD softwares include AutoCAD + Pro/E or Solidedge. 2. 3D model making questions (application type) of 8-10 marks out of total 70.

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4.0 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING. 4.1 Computer Numerical Control (CNC): Introduction, types & classification, features, specifications, benefits and applications. 4.2 Salient constructional features of CNC machines differing from conventional machines (Such as ball screw, anti-friction slides, step/ servomotors, encoder, decoder, feedback system, etc.). 4.3 CNC tooling- types, working and applications. 4.4 Working of Automatic Tool Changer ( ATC) and Automatic Pallet Changer (APC). 4.5 Types, standards and applications of qualified tools. 4.6 Work holding and loading devices. 5.0 CNC PART PROGRAMMING. 5.1 CNC axes, motion nomenclature and coordinate systems. 5.2 Various positions like machine zero, home position, work piece zero, programme zero . 5.3 Machine control systems-types and applications. 5.4 ISO G and M codes for turning and milling-meaning and

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definition.5 Various compensations in CNC part programmes. 8. block diagram. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR. 8.Definition. areas covered. 5. 8. 5. taper turning (linear interpolation) and convex/concave turning (circular interpolation). applications.applications of important codes. 6. classification and types of robot. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. 5. 5. block diagram and applications. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. canned cycles. evaluation . FOR STUDENTS. B. 5.3 Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS). applications. meaning. 5 Total 42 Notes: A.concept . It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject.8 Simple part programming for turning using ISO format having straight turning. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic.9 Simple part programming for milling using ISO format including linear and circular interpolations. elements of robot.1 Adaptive control. c. 6 6.0 RECENT TRENDS IN CAD/CAM. b. benefits. features and applications. meaning. 8. main elements and their functions . 5. Note : CNC part programme making questions (application type) of 12-14 marks out of total 70.7 CNC part programming: Structure of part programme.4 Robotics. a.11 Interfacing softwares for auto part programming – concept.Concept. a. subroutines.10 Macros. applications.Definition. sources of variability. fixed cycle.definition of robot. layout and its importance .5 Computer Integrated Manufacturing(CIM).2 Direct Numerical Control (DNC). . Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic.

Tiwari and Kundra. Rao manufacturing (TMH Publication) 6.d. Radhakrishnan & S. MGH(1) publi. Numerical control and computer aided T. 5.Sadhusingh (KP) . Mastering in Auto cad George Ommura.Kundra & P. Technology of computer aided design and S. (BPB publication) 4.K. (PHI Publication) 9. production system and computer Nikell Groover. CNC machines Pabla & M. Kumar and A.Subramanayan (New Age International) 8. Computer Integrated Manufacturing S.K. Computer aided design and manufacturing Dr. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. K. Fredric Waters Glencoe M. CAD/CAM/CIM P. Computer Numerical Control Hans B. Publi. Keif. Jha Manufacturing (Dhanpatrai & Sons) 10. e. 2. Automation. Adithan. Computer Aided Manufacturing Rao. Computer integrated design & Manufacturing Bedwoth. T.A. TMGH publi. Mechatronics HMT (Published by TMGH) 13. Reference Books: 1. 11. PHI Publi. integrated manufacturing 3. 12.Vajpayee . Wolfe and Anderson. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively.

Solidedge and other similar softwares. position of UCS/selection of 2 3 2 2 6 4 5 Solid modeling of given models (5-8 components of one simple assembly. Write steps of modeling including stepwise sketch. Select such assembly which will cover all commonly used commands/features of software). 2. Hrs. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 1. Study advance constructional features of CNC turning and machining centres. Develop the ability to prepare CNC programmes for given jobs. but the college can do more experiences if possible. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. Surface modeling of given simple models (2 models. Develop the ability to model given assembly using AutoCAD. Take printouts. b. constructional features of conventional machine tools and various machining processes.Following are the minimum experiences required. Select such simple components which will cover commonly used surfaces ). 12 . Pro/E.VI Subject Name: COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (CG/CAM) NOTE:. 2 1 Demonstration and study CAD performance (Practice in both AutoCAD and Pro/E or Solidedge.Take printouts. Interfacing of CAD and CAM.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. Recall and strengthen know-how for engineering drawing fundamentals.

Simulation-Do and observe the simulation of one each job of turning and milling… a) Prepare and present seminar individually in your batch.(For subject CAD/CAM). cutting v parameters i selection . Each student will discuss with group/batch and write : a) His/Her own experience in performing subject practicals.references.1 with simple straight contour . (Copy s downloaded t content and seminar u of d whole batch e In one /one n set of CD/DVD) t Industrial / Exhibition visits d Live Learning o and w Shop Talk. (3 jobs. 2 12 13 Solve the given assignments. Total - 56 . One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet.1 with simple straight and taper turning . I CAM t performance (Write i s dimensional mode. Also set orthographic views of components and assembly. Preparation and execution of simple part programme for turning. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). (Case/situation has to be given by teacher-preferably from emerging/ recent trends). (3 jobs. name and options of commands. 6 10 8 2 4 10 11 Visit at least two related industries. Preparation and execution of simple part programme for milling. movies. b) He/She has faced technical problems during performance of experiences and solutions found. b) Download individually visual aids. G/M s code programme e and other machinedsetup). Also visit any related exhibition/s. dimensional values . tool d selection . 1 including circular interpolation and 1 job which includes threading and subroutine/canned cycle/macro. zero a position. t h Download and Seminara t Presentation. n l o a d t h i Assignments (Home s Assignment) c o p y 6 7 8 9 Assembly of components modeled at experience number 5. c) Extent to which he/she has achieved the main objective and skill level of subject learning mentioned at experience number 1. 1 including circular interpolation and 1 job which includes drilling/tapping and subroutine/canned cycle/macro.) f. etc. Take printouts. content and other related content for the given case/situation.Present and discuss the same in your batch.

productivity concepts. integrated manufacturing 3. i. 3. products. iii. Details.FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. h. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. quality consciousness and quality standards. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. Writing the modeling steps of any one given 3D object and preparing the same in CAD software. Reference Books: 1. etc of industry. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. human resource. Experience description / data and objectives. j.location. Viva ii. Automation. l. i. g. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. . Wolfe and Anderson. Type . Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. B. v. etc. iii. PHI Publi.culture and attitude. ii.Practical examination will include followings: i. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . i. printed content(except visual aids). MGH(1) publi.b Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. iii. Steps / procedure to execute experience. Brief details of industry visited.FOR STUDENTS. vi. rough layout. Mastering in Auto cad George Ommura.A. cost effectiveness . Writing the CNC programme of given component and performing operation/simulation of the same programme on machine . ii. iv. Computer integrated design & Manufacturing Bedwoth. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. photocopies. production system and computer Nikell Groover. Safety norms and precautions observed. k. (BPB publication) .

T. 12. Computer Numerical Control Hans B. Kumar and A. T.Kundra & P. CAD/CAM/CIM Pabla & M. Technology of computer aided design and S. Computer aided design and manufacturing Dr.Subramanayan (New Age International) 8.Sadhusingh (KP) .K. (PHI Publication) 9. Computer Integrated Manufacturing S. Adithan. Computer Aided Manufacturing Rao.4. Keif.Vajpayee . 11. Radhakrishnan & S. CNC machines Numerical control and computer aided manufacturing 6. K. Tiwari and Kundra. TMGH publi. Fredric Waters Glencoe M. 5. Jha Manufacturing (Dhanpatrai & Sons) 10. Rao (TMH Publication) P. Publi.K. Mechatronics HMT (Published by TMGH) 13.A.

3 Need of attitude. 2. Scope & importance of Industrial Engineering in industries. types.5 Develop and improve the method.3 Methods of recording data for method study job with the help of standard symbols. charts and forms. 1. 2.2 Need.14 Material handling equipments-Classification and uses. 2.13 Plant layout : .0 TECHNIQUE OF WORK STUDY. 2. No.Need for time study equipment and forms. 2. applications.Situation which requires time study. advantages and limitations.7 Design of efficient work place layout using motion economy. 2.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER.16 Work measurement. 2. 1.6 Importance of human factors in application of work study techniques. knowledge & skill required for application of Industrial engineering. based on analysis of problem.9 Role and scope of micro motion study techniques. 2. 2.15 Effect of method study on plant layout and material handling.11 Preparation and use of SIMO chart.8 Chart used for analyzing work place layout. .4 Use of questioning technique in analyzing data for method study job.10 Presentation of work elements into therbligs.12 Use of film in micro motion study.Concept . 1. 2. 2. 1. importance and ways to enhance it. 2.2 Steps in method study. 1. .Definition. 2 2 12 .Concept and applications of rating. 2. Hrs. 2. 1 Subject Content 1. 2.7 Role of work study in productivity improvement.6 Motion economy and its importance. 2.1 Know the objectives of learning this subject. .4 Productivity – Concept.0 INTROUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING. 1.5 Work study-Definition and techniques.VI Subject Name: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Sr.Process of time study. 1.1 Objectives of method study. 2.

Concept of work sampling. 4. 3.1Definition of quality. 3.3 Control charts for attributes-Different types of P-charts.. 4. 4.2 Different methods of job evaluation. question/s on determining standard time from given data (application type) of 5-7 marks out of total 70. 5. job specification. job evaluation and job enrichment. 4.quality assurance(QA).Other work measurement methods.1 Statistical basis for control charts.X bar-σ(sigma) chart. ENRICHMENT. statistical quality control (SQC) and reliability.C-chart. 3.4 Incentives : Definition. 3.0 JOB EVALUATION. 4. SQC tools and statistical fundamentals. WAGES AND 3 INCENTIVES. applications and role of incentives in wage plans.A). types .0 INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY ASSURANCE (Q. 5. 3 4 4 5 5.1 Concept of job analysis.3 QA tools.Determination of standard time for a given job. 4. purpose. 3.2 Control charts for variables-X bar-R chart. 6 . 5.2 Historical development of QA and its stages. Note : Question/s (application type) of 4-6 marks out of total 70. . Note : Preparing control chart/s from given data (application type) of 5-7 marks out of total 70.4 Concept and applications of process capability.3 Wages : Principle and types. Note : Problem question/s based on normal distribution (application type) of 4-6 marks out of total 70.Time study allowances.4 Concept of probability and normal distribution. quality control(QC). .Variables and attributes. . 5.5 Concept of variability. Note : Question/s on preparing chart/s from given data (application type) of 5-7 marks out of total 70. job description.0 CONTROLS CHARTS FOR VARIABLES AND ATTRIBUTES.

9.2 Concepts of random sampling. 9.0 EMERGING TRENDS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING. 7. importance and applications. series. difference between reliability and quality control. importance. 9. visual displays. need. 2 10 9. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. 6. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject.3 Enthrocometry.1 Quality control of in coming raw material and components. environmental requirements.4 KAIZEN-History. a. calculation and applications. 9.2 Psycho-physiological data. effect of illumination. FOR STUDENTS. 10.2 Factors affecting and improving reliability.6 6. 7 10. noise. double and multiple) 7. 7. 8.1 Definition and principle of statistical tolerencing. 9. D. features. a.2 Six sigma-Concept. features. applications and advantages.5 Reengineering-Concept. 8.5 Location of control Knobs.1 Introduction.0 RELIABILITY. temperature. types(Single. humidity.3 Total Quality Control (TQC)and Total Quality Management (TQM) –Concept.4 QC curve.0 ERGONOMICS. advantages and limitations. 42 .6 Fatigue in industry. Total Notes: C. 7.4 Normal and Maximum work area.0 ACCEPTANCE SAMPLING.1 Concept.3 Calculation of overall tolerance from given data of components.1 ISO 9000-Concept. 10. 2 7 2 8 2 9 9. 10. 10. 7. 8.0 STATISTICAL TOLERENCING. b.3 Sampling plans : definition. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR. 6. importance and applications. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers.2 Situation which leads to statistical tolerencing. 6. 10. definition. concept.

Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. N. 17. 3. 8. 16. Bhopal N.P. N. 5. 12. Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management Learning Package in Industrial Engineering Inspection and Quality Control An Introduction to Productivity Method Study Work Measurement Plant Layout and Material Handling Handbook of Industrial Engineering A Laboratory Manual in Industrial Engineering Work Study Work Study Work Study and related Management service Principles of Work study Motion and Time Study Motion and Time Study Industrial Engineering Industrial Engineering Pulela TTTI. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions from each topic will be equal to marks proportionate to hours allotted to each topic.O. 4.C.C.White move J.M.C.P. 14. 15.c. 2. 11.P. Bhopal I. N. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively. 7.P. 6. d.Barnes R.L. Gavriel & Salvendy TTTI.Patel Dalale-Man .C. e. 9. 10. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. Curry Dennis A. Reference Books: 1.Walker Morris Mandel R.C.P. N. 13.C.

(Seminar 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 . Prepare flow process chart and flow diagram for given assembly for OPC.Following are the minimum experiences required. Hrs. 2 1 Performance 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Download and Seminar 12 Prepare operation process chart (OPC) for given assembly(Take physical assembly of 4 to 5 components.VI Subject Name: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE NOTE:. Prepare man and machine chart for given situation. Calculate co-efficient of co-relation for time study person using performance rating technique. but the college can do more experiences if possible. Select the data source and prepare a frequency distribution curve. Recall and strengthen know-how for orthographic projections and various machining processes. Construct X bar -R chart for given process. Decide about acceptance or rejection of a given lot of particular product using single sampling or double sampling plan. 5.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experience Number Description of Laboratory Experience 4. Construct P-chart for given process. c) Prepare and present seminar individually in your batch. Appreciate main objective of learning this subject: Develop action based thinking which leads to reduce cost & waste and enhance quality & productivity of existing / new methods/ processes. Construct C-chart for given product. Students will prepare drawings as home assignment). Calculate standard time for a given job using decimal minute stop watch techniques.

FOR STUDENTS. iii. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. photocopies. products. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Industrial Visit Live Learning and Shop Talk. Type . ii. iii. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. i. 28 a. Extent to which he/she has achieved the main objective and skill level of subject learning mentioned at experience number 1. content and other related content for the given case/situation. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. 2 14 f) Total Notes: E. i. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. etc of industry. Experience description / data and objectives. Details. printed content(except visual aids). movies. F. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. b. a. topic has to be given by teacher). iv. .location. d) Download-internet/collect from reference books individually visual aids. (Case/situation has to be given by teacherpreferably from emerging/ recent trends). 13 Visit at least two related industries. Safety norms and precautions observed. Brief details of industry visited.Presentation.Present and discuss the same in your batch. c. e) He/She has faced technical problems during performance of experiences and solutions found. Steps / procedure to execute experience. etc. Each student will discuss with group/batch and write : d) His/Her own experience in performing subject practicals. rough layout. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. b. ii. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. human resource.

N. 7. 6. 13.P. N. Bhopal N. e. 10.Walker Morris Mandel R. vi.C. 9. 5. 14. N. 11. quality consciousness and quality standards.culture and attitude. 16.Practical examination will include followings: i.P.O. 3. Bhopal I. Curry Dennis A.Patel Dalale.White move J. cost effectiveness . productivity concepts.L. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. 17. Gavriel & Salvendy TTTI. iii. N. d.C.Mansurali .v. Performance of any one experience from experience number 2-11 except experience covered in ii above.P. 8.P.P. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. 1.M.C. Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management Learning Package in Industrial Engineering Inspection and Quality Control An Introduction to Productivity Method Study Work Measurement Plant Layout and Material Handling Handbook of Industrial Engineering A Laboratory Manual in Industrial Engineering Work Study Work Study Work Study and related Management service Principles of Work study Motion and Time Study Motion and Time Study Industrial Engineering Industrial Engineering Pulela TTTI.C.C.C. 12. Viva ii. Explanation of procedure of any one performance type experience.Barnes R. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . 4. REFERENCES. 2. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. 15.

disadvantages and application in actual practice.3 Storekeeping. 3.2 Purchase . delegation of authority. definition. knowledge & skill required for application of Industrial Management. Sr.8 Job satisfaction.factors influencing job satisfaction. 2.1 Organisation structure-definition. parameters .functions . 2. Scope & importance of Industrial Management in industries. centralisation and decentralisation in industrial management. goals. 4 1 2 8 3 12 . functions. 1.3 Need of attitude.objectives.3 Types. 2. 2. advantages. 2. terms and forms used in purchase department. 3. differences and factors affecting them.4 System.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. scalar & functional processes. 2.0 ORGANISATION STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATIONAL DYNAMICS. 1. 2. 2.concept . Hrs.0 MATERIALS MANAGEMENT .0 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT.6 Features and need of various laws . disadvantages and applications of organisation structure. Subject Content 1. minimum wages act . span of control.4 Organisational culture and climate –meaning . purchase procedure.1 Material management-definition. importance. 3.5 Moral-factors affecting moral. classification of stores as centralised and decentralised with their advantages.6 Relationship between moral and productivity.5 Management – definition and functions. 1. 1. factors considered in formulating structure. 2. relationship with other departments.VI Subject Name: INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT. types. 1. variables and behavior.2 Need.7 Effect of high and low moral. 3. etc.1 Know the objectives of learning this subject. meaning and importance of division of labor.2 Concept. regulations and acts such as factory act . 2. purchasing systems.9 Case study and analysis of any two related situations. No. 1.

3.4 Determination of critical path on network.1 CPM & PERT-meaning. 4. various types of inventory models such as Willson’s inventory model.2 Understand different terms used in network diagram.3 Case study and analysis of any three related cases which can be studied/analysed under VA application. Note : Examples (1 to 2-application types) of 8-10 marks out of total 70.2 Explain in detail the functions of PPC along with necessary forms used in it. 5. PLANNING AND CONTROL (PPC): 4. 6. 5. 6. need and general methods for codification of stores. 4. derivation for expression for Economic Order Quantity (EOQ).6 Crashing of network. ABC analysis. recycle/reuse.5 above(application type) of 8-10 marks out of total 70. objectives of inventory control.1 PPC-meaning. various types and applications of storage equipments. difference.applications and brief details about software packages available in market. other modern methods of analysis.3 Draw network diagram for a real life project containing 10-15 activities.6 Material Requirement Planning(MRP)-concept .3 Types of productions. updating and its applications.2 VA flow diagram.1 VA-definition. terms used. 4. Note : Question/s (application type) of 4-6 marks out of total 70.0 CRITICAL PATH METHO AND PRE EVALUATION REVIEW TECHNIQUE (CPM/PERT). importance and methods. 6 5 8 6 4 Total 42 . Note : Example from 4. 5. 4.7 Waste control. importance and objectives.5 Floats. 5.4 Given the data. critical ratio scheduling and Gantt charts. 5. process. Note : Examples (2 to 3) from 3. phases. calculation of Economic Batch Quantity (EBQ). 3. its types and determination of floats. replenishment model and two bin model. 5.4 3.0 PRODUCTION.3 above(application type) of 4-6 marks out of total 70. features. 6. types of records maintained by store.8 Case study and analysis-study and analyse any two related cases. softwares available in market and their features.4 Functions of store keeper.5 Definition of inventory control. schedule the production using Gantt chart. 3.0 VALUE ANALYSIS (VA) : 6. applications.need and ways to reduce material wastage. 3. computation of LPO and EPO. 5.

It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject.S. a. d. Modern Production Management 6. Industrial Engineering & Management O. b. FOR STUDENTS. What every supervisor should know 4. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted.Optner TTTI. CPM & PERT principles and Applications 5. L. System Analysis 2. Nair Mikes O.Notes: G. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. Learning Package on Industrial Management 3. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR.Srinath Buffa N. c. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. Materials Management 7. P. Reference Books: 1. H. e. Value Analysis 8. Khanna . Bhopal Lester R. a.

approaches to prepare master schedule .(Suggested format of work allocation matrix with provision of follow-up is attached herewith in Annexure -II) Execute project preparation activities as per work allocation matrix. Use Power Point. analysis. 5 MS Project-features.I). List activities and prepare master schedule using MS Project. lead and communicate the team effectively. 7. Develop the ability to 1. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experience Number Description of Laboratory Experience 6. Hrs. Prepare work allocation matrix along with provision of follow-up remarks and notes. 2 1 Planning 2 3 4 Project preparation Preparation and presentation of project report. but the college can do more experiences if possible. plan . C)Each student will discuss with group/batch and 4 4 56 4 6 .VI Subject Name: PROJECT II NOTE:. utilize the available resources in efficient and effective manner.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. (Suggested list of activities is attached herewith in Annexure . 3. various machining processes and primary managerial skills. monitor and control any given set of tasks with cost-quality & productivity consciousness. b. Take the print and attach with Project report. Finalise the project and group from subject ProjectI. Learning).(study .Following are the minimum experiences required. 2. Recall and strengthen know-how for engineering drawing fundamentals. Suggested guidelines are attached in Annexure – III) b)Present and defend the project work in batch. a)Prepare the project report.

2. a. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . Preparing project activities in MS Project for given project. Viva ii. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. J. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. printed content(except visual aids). FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. His/Her own experience in executing project work.(Home assignment). flow diagram . iii. Steps / procedure to execute experience. FOR STUDENTS. b. b. Preparing cost estimation of given project. Experience description / data and objectives. Extent to which he/she has achieved the main objective and skill level of subject learning mentioned at experience number 1. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers and workshop instructors. a. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. i. 3. iii.Practical examination will include followings: i. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. photocopies. d. Preparing process plan . ii. etc. Live Learning and Shop Talk. He/She has faced technical problems during execution of project work and solutions found. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. etc of given component. . Project execution related activities. iv. Total 70 Notes: I. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. v. include in report : 1. c.

ANNEXURE – I SUGGESTED LIST OF ACTIVITIES AFTER PROJECT IS SELECTED AND FINALISED. 1. Selection , description and working of project. 2. Learning with MS Project. 3. Learning with Critical Path Method concepts , types of activities (specifically dependent , independent and concurrent ) 4. Preparing master schedule and work allocation matrix in group. 5. 6. 7. 8. Project monitoring and control, record keeping. Preparing and maintaining logbook. Preparing finalized master schedule in MS Project. Preparing conceptual sketch of assembly of project.

9. Preparation of assembly and detail drawings (This must be production drawings with suitable scale along with dimensions, tolerances, surface roughness symbols, heat treatment/other treatments required, material , quantity per assembly for components drawings ,etc. 10. Collecting data and specifications of available resources-mainly material and machineries/equipments/facilities and tools. 11. Preparation of bill of material. 12. Make or Buy decision. 13. Specifications of bought-out parts. 14. Preparation of process planning (sheets) for all components in standard format. 15. List, quantity and specification of consumables. 16. Preparation of cost estimation. 17. Preparation of list of required tools-cutting tools, jigs, fixtures, measuring instruments and other tools along with necessary specifications and sketches if required. 18. Identifying and locating required resources like material , machineries/ equipments / facilities and tools. 19. Preparing plant layout. 20. Manufacturing of components a. <name of component 1> b. c. d. e. <name of component 2> <name of component 3> <name of component 4> ..

n. <name of component n>

21. Preparation of flow process charts. 22. Details of inspection carried out. 23. Assembly. 24. Details of testing carried out. 25. Rework / rectification activities if required. 26. Costing. 27. Preparation of notes on troubleshooting. 28. Preparation of notes individually on : a. Extent to which he/she has achieved the main objectives and skill level of subject learning mentioned at experience number 1. b. Own experience in executing project. c. He/She has faced technical problems during execution of project and solutions found. 29. Preparation of list of references. 30. Preparation of project report. 31. Presentation.

ANNEXURE – II WORK ALLOCATION MATRIX
PLANNED DATES ACTIVITY NO. DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY WHO WILL PERFORM ? STARTING ENDING ACTUAL DATES STARTING ENDING REASON/S FOR WHO HAS / ANY DELAY / HAVE DEVIATION FROM PERFORMED? PLANNING

3. 12.DESCRIPTION AND WORKING LIST OF ACTIVITIES AND WORK ALLOCATION MATRIX ALONG WITH FOLLOW-UP CONCEPTS AND UNDERSTANDING OF MS PROJECT . 8. 9. 7. EQUIPMENTS AND TOOLS BILL OF MATERIAL MAKE OR BUY DECISION SPECIFICATIONS OF BOUGHT OUT PARTS 5. INDEX : SR. PAGE 1.NO. 6. TITLE NO. OF PROJECT 4. CPM AND PERT PROJECT SCHEDULE MADE IN MS-PROJECT ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS DETAIL PRODUCTION DRAWINGS WORKSHOP LAYOUT WITH DIMENSIONS LIST AND SPECIFICATIONS OF MACHINERIES. PREFACE OBJECTIVES OF PROJECT SELECTION. PRINTING : PAGE MARGIN : : RIGHT : A4 (ON ONE SIDE) TOP 15mm LEFT 30mm ARIAL TITLE CONTENT SPACING MS WORD :12 BOLD :12 :18 points 15mm : BOTTOM 15mm : : : : : : FONT SIZE SOFTWARE 2. 11. 13.ANNEXURE – III PROJECT GUIDELINES: 1. 2. . 10.

CARRIED OUT 19. 6. 8. 7. PROCESS SHEETS FLOW PROCESS CHARTS SPECIFICATION AND CONSUMPTION OF DETAILS OF INSPECTION / TESTING DETAILS OF REWORK / RECTIFICATIONS COST ESTIMATION MONITORING AND CONTROL REPORT NOTES ON TROUBLESHOOTINGS NOTES ON INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT OF SKILLS / EXPERIENCE /PROBLEMS / SOLUTIONS REFERENCES MOMENTS AT WORK-PHOTOGRAPHS IN ACTION SEQUENCE OF PAGES IN PROJECT REPORT : 1. 2. 23. 15. 22. /SHEET 21. CONSUMABLES 17. GROUP MEMBERS AND GUIDE/S ACKNOWLEDGEMENT MEMBERS CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINAL WORK GUIDE / INSTITUTE CERTIFICATE INDEX CONTENT-INDEX 1 TO 23 BACK COVER WITH “MOMENTS AT WORK” PHOTOGRAPHS. 16. CARRIED OUT 18. . 24. 3. 20. COLOR TITLE PAGE NAME OF PROJECT . 5.14. 4.

& benefits. 1. part classification and coding systems. Cell layout and design.0 GROUP TECHNOLOGY (GT).2 GT .3 Need of attitude. benefits.4 3 Note : Question/s to prepare features and coding of given component/s (application type) of 5-6 marks out of total 70.concept. comparison with conventional layout with examples/case study. need. Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP) .1 3. Hrs.3 3. need. GT Layout -concept. types.5 3. definition. 3.2 Need. application and benefits. part families. features. importance.0 INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM(AMS). importance.1 2.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. working and features of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine.5 Concept. methods and importance. No. Job and tool movement within cell. 1 Subject Content 1.1 Know the objectives of learning this subject. scope.4 Recall evolution of transformation & manufacturing systems. Scope & importance of AMS in industries. Types of cell: manual and automatic cell.codification systems .conventional process planning & examples. 1. types.2 3. Sr.VI Subject Name: ADVANCE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM. 1.0 CELLULER MANUFACTURING.concept. 1. 4 .6 Concept and definition. 2. GT.3 2. Part family and cell formation. components. 3 2 8 2. Composite component and key machine concepts. 2. examples/case study.4 3. CAPP. knowledge & skill required for application of AMS. assembly cell. 1. 3.

turn-mill centres.1 Introduction 6. Note : Question/s to based on related short case (application type) of 3-4 marks out of total 70. elements. Automated Storage and Retrieval System (AS/RS). working and applications. specification criterion. 6.5 Sensors. features & examples. 4. functions.3 Robots-types.2 5.1 3 5 9 6 Note : Question/s to prepare conceptual FMS layout of given components/groups (application type) of 8-10 marks out of total 70. line balancing. meaning. 4. advanced machining centres.4 5. 6. classification. 6 . various terminology. definition. Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) in FMS. classifications.comparison of cell and Flexible Manufacturing Cell (FMC). 6. definition. 4. meaning.4 Axes nomenclature. for each type of robots. 4 4.2 Unnecessary elements in conventional manufacturing system with reference to JIT with suitable engineering examples/ case study. Signal flow diagram. 5. control. need and reasons to include this concept in AMS. Transfer line.5 5. economic justification. benefits. Note : Question/s to prepare cell layout from given data (application type) of 4-6 marks out of total 70.types.2 Robots-concept.1 5. JIT concept.0 JUST IN TIME (JIT). multiple centres.0 ROBOTICS.concept. types.6 Flexible Manufacturing Unit (FMU). FMS : layout concept. case examples of FMS for specific components/group of components. 6. definition.0 FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM (FMS). Note : Question/s to select/justify sensors for given data (application type) of 3-4 marks out of total 70. system. meaning & benefits. 5. 6.3 JIT implementation requirement. major elements and their role. tool handling system.concept.3 5. Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) -concept. material handling principle and system. etc.

Features and applications of software packages having CAD/CAM integration.2 3 9 3 42 Notes: K. types. definition. a.concept.their features. L.0 INTEGRATION OF COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) WITH COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAM).4 Schemes. Activities involved in integration of CAD with CAM.3 Parallel processing & CE team. features & applications. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. meaning. Introduction Concept.4 Concept. 3 8 8. Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) .7 7. 7. FOR STUDENTS. functions and applications. Interfacing: types. c. 8. Total 9.1 7.its working and applications. their definition and exemplification for CE.4 Protocols in CIM.1 8. Concept. areas covered and benefits.2 7. . importance and benefits. 9.3 Computer Aided Inspection.3 7.0 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING (CIM). a. meaning. block diagram & explanations. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR.0 CONCURRENT ENGINEERING (CE). Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. standards. working and examples. 8. terminology. benefit. definitions and objective in CE 9. 9. CIM: need.1 9. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers.2 8. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. b. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. importance & features of each terms involved.

(PHI publication) 5. Pujara & Sagar TMGH) Chase/Aquilano (Irwin publication) . & III Juneja. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively.H. HMT Bradleg and Offers (Chapman and Hall publication) Arthur J. Production and operations management P. Production and Computer integrated Manufacturing Mechatronics Mechatronics Introduction to Robotics Robotics for engineers Practical Robotics Computer aided manufacturing Computer automated Manufacturing CAD/CAM/FOF. 12. Publication) Willium C. Reference Books: 1.II. Burns Jr. e. 9. Powers Jr.subra narayan (New Age Intentional) S.K. 4. 2. Critchlow (Mc Millan publication) Yorom Koran (Mc G. 11.d. 8.Radha krishnan & S. Groover. 13. 10. CAD/CAM/CIM Computer Integrated Manufacturing Computer Integrated Design & Manufacturing Automation. Wolfe and Anderson (McGraw Hill Internationa publication) Mikell P. 7. Tiwari & Kundra ( TMGH Publication) John H.Vajpayee (PHI Publication) Bedworth. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. & Janet Evans worthington (PHI publication) Rao. 3. (Mc GH Publication) Vol I. 6.

Following are the minimum experiences required. Appreciate the need of higher mental ability and skill level to work with advance systems. b.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. Strengthen the fundamentals of machining processes and computers. (Note : Collection of parts and making drawing and process plan as home assignment. 2 1 Study and demonstration Performance 2 3 4 5 Various sensors and their applications. Also prepare feature matrix for all components. Ask each student to bring at least one component (having more than 5-6 operations) and also ask him/her to draw it and make the process plan including details of tools required. 9. Develop GT codes in suitable part coding system for approximately 12 to 15 components. Various robotics applications.) 2 2 2 4 . Hrs. Familiarise with advance manufacturing systems. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 8. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. Flexible manufacturing system with protocols. Recall and strengthen know-how for various machining processes and industrial management functions. c. Then the data will be interchanged by batch students. but the college can do more experiences if possible..VI Subject Name: ADVANCE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM PRACTICE NOTE:.

e) Prepare and present seminar 4 individually in your batch.a) Learn fundamentals of any one 4 database software operation. Also explain steps & procedure for model. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Industrial visits Assignments (Home Assignment) Develop conceptual FMS model for any one 4 group formed in experience number 6.6 for use in Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP). (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). movies.Present and discuss the same in your batch. content and other related content for the given case/situation. This exercise should be held in a group of 3-4 students & group should represent seminar for the model developed. Develop at least three models in a batch. f) Download individually visual aids. b) Estimate the time for each operation of each component of group.(For subject AMS). 8 Download and seminar presentation. 6 b) Prepare database for experience number 5 and analyse this database for formation of various groups. Total 28 . 7 a) Prepare block diagram/structure for 4 any group developed in exercise no. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. c) Assuming data on quantity of each component of group . calculate total time for each process. 9 10 11 Visit at least two related industries. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher-preferably from emerging/ recent trends). Solve the given tutorials and assignments.

etc.culture and attitude. v. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. Experience description / data and objectives. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. iii. i. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. vi.location. e. N. a.Practical examination will include followings: i. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. cost effectiveness . iv. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. ii. d. etc of industry. Developing conceptual FMS model based on given set of data. Steps / procedure to execute experience. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teacher/s. iii. c. Type . FOR STUDENTS. Safety norms and precautions observed. productivity concepts. Details. iv. quality consciousness and quality standards. photocopies. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. i.Notes: M. b. human resource. iii. printed content(except visual aids). Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . Explaining working of specified item/machines/systems/ robot/ etc. rough layout. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. b. ii. Viva ii. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. . a. products. Brief details of industry visited. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. Developing GT codes of given components.

Critchlow (Mc Millan publication) Yorom Koran (Mc G. 3. 13. 2.Radha krishnan & S. 10. Groover. 8. Production and Computer integrated Manufacturing Mechatronics Mechatronics Introduction to Robotics Robotics for engineers Practical Robotics Computer aided manufacturing Computer automated Manufacturing CAD/CAM/FOF. 6. 12. 4. Powers Jr. Tiwari & Kundra ( TMGH Publication) John H. & Janet Evans worthington (PHI publication) Rao. & III Juneja.Reference Books: 1.H.subra narayan (New Age Intentional) S.Vajpayee (PHI Publication) Bedworth. Publication) Willium C. (PHI publication) 5. HMT Bradleg and Offers (Chapman and Hall publication) Arthur J.II.K. 9. Burns Jr. 7. CAD/CAM/CIM Computer Integrated Manufacturing Computer Integrated Design & Manufacturing Automation. Wolfe and Anderson (McGraw Hill Internationa publication) Mikell P. (Mc GH Publication) Vol I. Production and operations management P. 11. Pujara & Sagar (TMGH) Chase/Aquilano (Irwin publication) .

Effect of different parameters on vapour compression cycle. concept. cycle of operation.Coleman cycle.1 3. Need.3 Need of attitude.2 C. Unit used. types. 2. classification and definition. working. standard vapour compression cycle and its analysis on P-h chart. (components include compressor (Reciprocating.condensers( Air cooled and water cooled).1 1. evaporators( Dx type. need.3 Types of refrigeration systems and their applications.. shell and tube type) 2. Bell. common troubles their causes and remedies . Practical vapour compression system. Know the objectives of learning this subject.O.2 3. 1.O. 3.0 VAPOUR COMPRESSION REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (VCRS). specifications. Screw and scroll).VI Subject Name: REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING.2 Hrs. No. Sr. 3. Rotary. Calculations of refrigerating effect.0 REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS. 2 2 2 3 12 . applications. 2. their construction. basic principle. flooded. working principle (NH3H2O)and applications. 2.4 Simple vapour absorption system.P.4 3.3 3.1 1. representation on P-V and S-T diagram. material of construction.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. 1 Subject Content 1. work done and C. VCRS components. simple examples. wet and dry compression.0 INTRODUCTION. 2. Scope & importance of Refrigeration and Airconditioning (RAC).4 Refrigeration and Air conditioning: Importance.5 Simple. 1.P. knowledge & skill required for application Of RAC.

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,expansion devices (Automatic, thermostatic and capillary tube ,High side float valve) and others. Application of refrigeration and air conditioning in domestic and industrial context. Ice Plant, cold storage, water cooler, domestic refrigerator, deep freezer, dessert cooler, window and split air conditioners- cycle and block diagram, components, working, common troubles-their causes and remedies.

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Note : Question/s to calculate COP/RE/WD, remedies for specific trouble/s, etc(applications type) of 10-12 marks out of 70. 4.0 REFRIGERANTS. 4.1 Primary and secondary refrigerant. 4.2 Classification. 4.3 Designation 4.4 Need of new refrigerants. 4.5 Desirable properties of refrigerants. 4.6 Properties of R 22, R 134a and R717. 5.0 THERMAL INSULATION. 5.1 Types of Insulation and their applications. 5.2 Salient features of thermocol & fiber glass. 6.0 APPLIED PSYCHOROMETRY. 6.1 Psychrometry properties of air such as Dry Bulb Temperature (DBT),Wet Bulb Temperature(WBT), Dew Point Temperature (DPT), absolute humidity, relative humidity, specific humidity, humidity ratio, degree of saturation, specific volume, enthalpy, familiarization with tables of psychometric properties of air, simple calculations. 6.2 Psychometric charts and their use. 6.3 Psychometric processes-sensible heating, sensible cooling, addition and removal of latent heat, adiabatic mixing of air streams, cooling and dehumidification, heating and humidification, adiabatic saturation, solution of problems using psychometric chart. 6.4 Psychrometry- sensible heat factor(SHF) and its determination with the help of psychometric chart, condition line room apparatus and coil apparatus dew point and their determination with the help of chart, estimation of dehumidified air quantity, bypass and contact factor. 6.5 Human Comfort-body temperature regulation, environmental influence on comfort, effective temperature and factors affecting it.

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6.6. Comfort chart and its limitations. 6.7 Instruments for measuring psychometric properties-sling psychrometer dew point psychrometer,organic hygrometer, aspiration psychrometer-working and applications. Note : Question/s to plot any simple process, calculating/plotting SHF, BF,CF, etc.applications type) of 810 marks out of 70. 7.0 INTRODUCTION TO COOLING LOADS. Types, classification and normal values of cooling loads. Design conditions. Over all heat transfer co-efficient and its calculation. Flywheel effect of building material. Effect of wall construction on cooling load. Concept of IHG and ICL. Heat gain through glass. Air infiltration and load due to it. Note : Question/s to calculate OHTC (applications type) of 4-5 marks out of 70. 8.0 AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS. 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 Working principles and working of central plant and packaged plant. Air filtration -various types, principles of working of different air filters. Fans -classification, types, working, selection method, terminology used in fans, applications. Velometer and pitot tube : their construction and working. Duct design, installation and commissioning- estimation of duct size by equal friction method with the help of charts and tables, estimation of losses in ducts, different material & layouts ,installation and commissioning steps and precautions . Air Distribution-importance, terms used, different types of outlets, grill register, diffusers, location of outlets. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8

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Notes: O. FOR STUDENTS. a. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. P. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR. a. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. b. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. c. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. d. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively. e. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted.

Reference Books:
1 2 Principle of Refrigeration Basic Refrigeration and air conditioning(2nd Edition) Dossat R.J. Prentice Hall, USA

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P.N. Anantha narayan Tata Mc Graw Hill Refrigeration and Air conditioning Domkundwar Dhanpat Rai & Sons Refrigeration and Air conditioning Khurmi & Gupta S. Chand, New Delhi Refrigeration and Air conditioning C.P. Arora Tata Mc Graw Hill Refrigeration and Air conditioning P.L. Balleney Khanna Publishers Ind. Refrigeration Handbook Stoecker Mc Graw Hill, USA Modern Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Althouse etc Galgotia Book source New Delhi Refrigeration & Air conditioning M. Prasad Wilely Easter, Delhi Fundamental of refrigeration Longely Delmar Pub. USA Refrigeration & Air conditioning ARI P.H.I., USA Handbook of Air conditioning Wang Mc Graw Hill Air Conditioning Lang CBS Pub. Co. Delhi Heating, Ventilation and air conditioning Clifford Reston Pub. USA Air conditioning ( 4th Edition) Jones Edward Arnold

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Refrigeration & Air Conditioning AHN P. USA .D. Desai L.K. Text Book Board.16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Air conditioning Principles & Systems Pita John Wilely USA Refrigeration & air conditioning Trott Mc Graw Hill Uk HVAC Principles & applications Mull Mc Graw Hill USA Principles of Heating.S. Co. Mehta Uni. A’bad Whitman Johnson Tomczyk Delmar Pub. USA HVAC Systems Monger Prentice Hall. USA HVAC Systems Design Hand Book Hains& Wilson Mc Graw Hill USA Fan Application Manual AMCA. UK ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals -ASHRAE ASHRAE Handbook Refrigeration -ASHRAE ASHRAE Handbook Applications. Ventilation and air conditioning Howell saucer coad Ashree 1998 HVAC Systems Duct Design SMACNA..Rajput Atul PRakashan L.C.R.ASHRAE ASHRAE Handbook System and Applications-ASHRAE Prashitan and vatanukulan A.F. USA Cooling Towers Gurney & Cotter Maclaren & Sons .

2 01 Study and demonstration 02 03 Performance 04 06 07 08 09 Tutorial and 10 Vapour Compression Refrigeration System (VCRS) components-compressor. but the college can do more experiences if possible. their causes and remedies. Air handling equipments/elements. construction. evacuation of system refrigerant and re-filling the same. condenser. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 10.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. Strengthen know how for fundamental thermodynamic units. Determination of properties of air by using different instruments Simple cooling load 4 2 2 6 4 2 2 . common troubles. Determination of COP of water cooler / any VCRS based system. systems and cycles. Leak detection. working. Domestic refrigerator . expansion devices and evaporators-types. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. window air conditioner and split air conditioner. Hrs. Familiarise with refrigeration and air conditioning applications. Identify simple and common faults in commercially available refrigeration and air conditioning equipments/systems and repair the same. b. Tubing Operations. 11.VI Subject Name: REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING PRACTICE NOTE:.Following are the minimum experiences required.

(For subject Mechatronics). Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). R. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Experience description / data and objectives. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. 11 h) Download individually visual aids. ice plant and airconditioning plant. i. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. 4 12 13 14 Visit cold storage plant. . photocopies. a. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. Brief details of industry visited. Steps / procedure to execute experience. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. Visit at least two related refrigerator/air conditioner service centres and get the details for common troubles and their remedies. iii. i. Solve the given tutorials and assignments.report making Download and seminar presentation. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Industrial visit Service centre visit Assignments (Home Assignment) g) Prepare and present seminar individually in your batch. content and other related content for the given case/situation. b. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. movies. c. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. printed content(except visual aids). ii. FOR STUDENTS. etc. Total - - 28 Notes: Q. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. a. b.

Arora Tata Mc Graw Hill Refrigeration and Air conditioning P. Type .Practical examination will include followings: i. USA Handbook of Air conditioning Wang Mc Graw Hill Air Conditioning Lang CBS Pub. Ventilation and air conditioning Clifford Reston Pub. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners .J. productivity concepts. (like COP. Anantha narayan Tata Mc Graw Hill Refrigeration and Air conditioning Domkundwar Dhanpat Rai & Sons Refrigeration and Air conditioning Khurmi & Gupta S. USA Modern Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Althouse etc Galgotia Book source New Delhi Refrigeration & Air conditioning M. WD. OHTC. iv. etc. Calculate various performance parameters based on given set of conditions. cost effectiveness .ii. Viva ii. rough layout. New Delhi Refrigeration and Air conditioning C. USA Air conditioning ( 4th Edition) Jones Edward Arnold Air conditioning Principles & Systems Pita John Wilely USA Refrigeration & air conditioning Trott Mc Graw Hill Uk HVAC Principles & applications Mull Mc Graw Hill USA Principles of Heating. Prentice Hall. Reference Books: 1 2 Principle of Refrigeration Basic Refrigeration and air conditioning(2nd Edition) Dossat R. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty.L. Refrigeration Handbook Stoecker Mc Graw Hill. Balleney Khanna Publishers Ind. human resource. Prasad Wilely Easter. quality consciousness and quality standards. e. Delhi Fundamental of refrigeration Longely Delmar Pub. USA 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 P. Ventilation . Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. vi. Delhi Heating. d. v. BF. products.location. Chand.P.) iii. Co.H. Details. Perform any one experience from experience number 6 to 9. iii.I. USA Refrigeration & Air conditioning ARI P. RE.N.culture and attitude. Safety norms and precautions observed. SHF. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment.. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. etc of industry. CF.

A’bad Whitman Johnson Tomczyk Delmar Pub.20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 and air conditioning Howell saucer coad Ashree 1998 HVAC Systems Duct Design SMACNA.S. USA Cooling Towers Gurney & Cotter Maclaren & Sons . Co.. Text Book Board.C. Desai L.K.R.F. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Refrigeration & Air Conditioning AHN P. USA . UK ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals -ASHRAE ASHRAE Handbook Refrigeration -ASHRAE ASHRAE Handbook Applications.D. Mehta Uni.ASHRAE ASHRAE Handbook System and Applications-ASHRAE Prashitan and vatanukulan A.Rajput Atul PRakashan L. USA HVAC Systems Design Hand Book Hains& Wilson Mc Graw Hill USA Fan Application Manual AMCA. USA HVAC Systems Monger Prentice Hall.

merits and demerits. Fabrication materials-types.0 INTRODUCTION. features..2 1. and applications.7 1. Scope & importance of Fabrication Technology (FT) in industries. Weldability-concept. limitations.0 FABRICATION DRAWING INTERPRETATION.1 1.) their methods of designations. ASTM. Power source-classification. ASME. knowledge & skill required for application Of FT. No. applications (for coded and non coded practices) and selection criteria. 2.5 1. standards their codes. etc. (Including 4 . 2. Distinguish between fabrication work and manufacturing process. of given data (application type) of 5-6 marks out of total 70. applications and selection criteria.3 1. 1 Subject Content 1. Hrs. etc. advantages. materials.7 2 Note : Question/s to select/justify codes.6 1. JIS. applications & selection criteria. Fabrication processes-types.4 1. EN. meaning. 6 1. their standards (BIS.6 Know the objectives of learning this subject.(Introductory). Need. Need of attitude.1 Welding symbols & their different standards.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER.VI Subject Name: FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY Sr. properties. designation method. 1. power source. features. Consumables-types: classification: features. definition and factors affecting it and its importance.

variables/parameters. SAW. consumables. importance.2 Cutting processes-types. of given data (application type) of 1012 marks out of total 70. definitions. 4. tools.5 5.) 2. need. applications and selection criteria. Note : Question/s to select/justify process/es and specify parameters etc.4 Set up. definition. standards. working. methods & applications.1 8 4 3 5 8 .3 BIS/ASME etc. Note : Question/s to select/justify testing method for given requirements (application type) of 5-6 marks out of total 70. 3. applications and selection criteria. types.1 5. BIS.2 Piping symbol & their different standards (including BIS/ASME etc. PLASMA. ELECTRO BEAM. TIG.)-importance. Quality control for fabrication work-need. BEAM. their applications. approach & advantages. features.) 3.) 2. UNDER WATER.1 Advance Welding processes-types. equipments. 5. 4.2 Types of welded joint.0 EDGE PREPARATION. 5.3 Equipments/machines used for edge preparation. importance and factors affecting it. etc. FCAW. Modes of inspection of weld work. Testing methods-types. fit up and alignment of pressure vessels.6 5. 4.4 5. (This includes MMAW. working. use Weld quality-concept.3 5. features. 4.3 Structural drawing. RESISTANCE. TESTING AND QUALITY CONTROL. 4. Codes used in fabrication work (such as ASME. and agencies. power source. meaning.features & interpretation.7 Common weld defects. applications & selection criteria. their causes and remedies. Edge preparation-need and advantages. Third party inspection. their working & features. 2.0 ADVANCE WELDING AND CUTTING PROCESSES. 3. working. principle. 0 INSPECTION. LASER.4 Process equipment drawings-features & interpretation.MIG.concept. TEMA.2 5. and other in trend.

FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR.1 8.2 6. method. Note : Question/s to select/justify method of give data (application type) of 5-6 marks out of total 70. applications. 6.3 Need Precautions and measures.6 6.6 6. Welding heat flow diagram-concept. method. 8. 7. application. Post weld heat treatment-need. effect and types. causes. 8. and selection criteria.3 6. T. Thermal distortion-concept. Post heating-need. Methods of relieving thermal stresses.8 Welding Metallurgy & its analysis. benefits.2 8. Methods and equipments used to control thermal distortion. meaning. methods. . c. Preheating-need. 7. application.4 6. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic.5 6. a.0 SURFACE FINISHING AND COATING. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. importance. methods & procedure.0 WELDING METALLURGY.1 6.0 WELDING SAFETY. Surface finishing on weld part-need. FOR STUDENTS. 7 7 7. Safety norms for welding applications.1 4 8 2 Total Notes: S.2 Surface coating-need. definition. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic.7 6. b. 42 a. importance. applications. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. methods and procedures.

d. Sacks Affiliated Cast West press Post Ltd. Reference Books: 1. Arc Welding theory and Practice 7. Repairs of Industrial Equipment W. New Dehli Welding & Brazing American Society for Metals K.Kenoyen Pitman Richared L. 6 8. Littlo Mc. Grawffiee Book Co. Learl love ---do--Althouse Trunquist The Good Heart Hillcox Co.C. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40. Welding and Welding Technology 3. Basic Welding and fabrication 2. Modern welding 6.Pechlias MIR Publishers . Howard B Cary Prentic Hall Inc. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted.Dehli G. Welding Processes & Procedures 5. Raymold J.Jain & L. N. Inc. Modern Welding Technology 4. Metal cutting science & Production Technology 9. e. Agrawal Khanna Publi. Metals hand Book Vol..

Read and interpret given fabrication drawing. Drawings of piping. Develop the skill to prepare simple weld joints. gas & spot welding. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 12. (b) Selection of consumables. 2 01 Demonstration and study 02 03 04 Interpretation of various industrial fabrication 2 drawings having welding symbols and standards(including BIS/ASME etc. Welding equipments and consumables. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. 2 Weld defects. Familiarise with various welding codes and standards. causes and remedies. 2 Preparation of three complex jobs.). structure and process equipments be taken. each one of arc. b.types. (d) Process. but the college can do more experiences if possible. c. (e) Post process treatments. (f) Inspection and testing. Hrs. . (c) Edge preparation if applicable. (a) Selection of process & process 14 05 parameters. This includes followings. 13. Recall and strengthen know-how for orthographic projections .GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER.Following are the minimum experiences required. various drafting/welding symbols and fundamentals of metallurgy.VI Subject Name: FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY PRACTICE NOTE:.

Specifically include working principle. specifications of equipments used and applications with process parameters. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. iii. photocopies. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. b. a. etc. B.(For subject FAB. c. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. Separate topic will be assigned to each student by teacher. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. 08 09 Solve the given tutorials and assignments.Reports 06 Industrial visit Download and seminar presentation. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet.). ii. content and other related content for the given case/situation. i) Prepare and present seminar 4 individually in your batch. . movies. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Assignments (Home Assignment) 07 Prepare a report on any one given advance 2 welding technique. b. FOR STUDENTS. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. Total 28 Notes: A. a. printed content(except visual aids). Experience description / data and objectives. j) Download individually visual aids. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). i. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. Steps / procedure to execute experience.TECH. Visit at least two related industries. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual.

Raymold J. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. New Dehli Welding & Brazing American Society for Metals K. Welding and Welding Technology 3. Learl love ---do--Althouse Trunquist The Good Heart Hillcox Co.Pechlias MIR Publishers . iii.location. cost effectiveness . Metal cutting science & Production Technology 9.culture and attitude. rough layout. Inc. Preparing given job. Sacks Affiliated Cast West press Post Ltd. Grawffiee Book Co. human resource. e. Modern Welding Technology 4. Agrawal Khanna Publi. Modern welding 6. iii. Arc Welding theory and Practice 7. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. Viva. Basic Welding and fabrication 2. vi. ii. iv. productivity concepts. 6 8. Details. 1. Safety norms and precautions observed.Jain & L. products. Brief details of industry visited. ii. v. N. quality consciousness and quality standards. Repairs of Industrial Equipment W. Littlo Mc. Type .i.C.Practical examination will include followings: i. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . REFERENCES.Kenoyen Pitman Richared L. etc of industry. d. Interpretation of given fabrication drawing. Howard B Cary Prentic Hall Inc. Metals hand Book Vol. Welding Processes & Procedures 5. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed..Dehli G. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment.

0 INTRODUCTION TO POWER PLANT ENGINEERING (PPE). 1. work ratio.7 National grid.6 Central and captive power plants. Sr.5 Power plants-concept. 1. 3. 2 2 4 3 Note : Problem questions (application type) of 4-6 marks out of 70.2 Various circuits of modern thermal power plant.9 Technical data of basic elements of different power plants and over all specifications of power plant.2 Need. Scope & importance of PPE in industries. 4 3.0 STEAM POWER PLANT CYCLES. 3. Benson boiler. types and energy conversion in each type. 2. 2. Loeffler boiler. Gas turbine power plant. 2.0 STEAM GENERATING UNIT. . Schmidt Hartman boiler. mean effective pressure.4 Methods of improving Rankine cycle efficiency. 1. 2. 2. Hrs.1 Parameters of power cycles and their importance( such as thermal efficiency. No.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER.VI Subject Name: POWER PLANT ENGINEERING. specific steam consumption).3 Need of attitude. knowledge & skill required for application of PPE.3 Simple Rankine cycle. 1. 1 Subject Content 1. 2.) 1. 1. 3.4 Sources of energy. 1.8 Basic elements of various power plants (Steam power plant.5 Reheat cycle and Regenerative cycle.3 High pressure boilers such as Lamount boiler.1 Know the objectives of learning this subject.2 Carnot cycle for gas and vapour as working fluid. 1. diesel engine power plant. 1.1 Schematic diagram of modern thermal power plant.

7. 4 4. Parameters related to power plant performance.3 Purpose and working of cooling towers. 0 STEAM PRIMEMOVERS.4 Explanation of various systems of diesel power plant. 3 5 Note : Problem questions (application type) of 3-5 marks out of 70.1 6. Purpose of various records maintained in steam power plant. 6. Different types of draft system in boilers. 3 6 4 7 Note : Question/s (application type) of 4-6 marks out of 70.3 4.1 Working principle of surface condenser. 5.2 Parameters for condenser performance. engine.2 4.4 3.1 Application of I. Pulverised fuel system. Steam temperature control. 7.0 STEAM CONDENSERS AND COOLING TOWERS.7 3.6 3.5 6. Basic elements & requirement of control system. Area control system and Centralized control system.7 6.5 3.4 Concept of prime mover and steam turbine. Compressed air control system and electrical control system. air pre heaters. Governing of steam turbine.2 Advantages and disadvantages of diesel engine as a prime mover. 7.3. 5.8 Super heaters. Boiler furnaces. Note : Problem questions (application type) of 3-5 marks out of 70. 5. Performance of steam turbine.0 DIESEL ENGINE POWER PLANT. Feed water control system in modern power station.3 6. 4. 6. Starting and stopping procedure of steam turbine.0 STEAM POWER STATION CONTROLS.6 6. 7.8 Effect of load variation in steam plant.4 6. 5.3 Essential elements of diesel power plant and their function. Various control parameters and instruments used in modern station control room.1 4.2 6. 4 .C. 7.

8. 10. Boiling water reactor. 3 . 9. 9. Classification of nuclear reactor. 4 9 8 10 Note : Question/s (application type) of 4-6 marks out of 70.7 Auxiliaries attached with Hydro-power plant. 8. 8.0 GAS TURBINE POWER PLANT.12 Technical details of nuclear power plants in India.6 Criteria for location of nuclear power plant.3 Methods of improving performance of gas turbine plant.5 Basic nuclear physics fundamentals.5 Essential auxiliaries of gas turbine power plant. 9. Basic elements of a nuclear reactor. Nuclear fuels. 10.3 9. 8. 8.9 Safe dose of radiation recommended by physicists. 9.5 Water turbine used in Hydro power plant. 10. Schematic diagrams and working and comparison of pressurized water reactor. 9. 8.9 Stages of starting and stopping of turbine of hydro-electric power station.0 NUCLEAR POWER PLANT. 10. 9.4 Important components of gas turbine power plant and their functions.7 Comparison of nuclear plant with steam power plant.6 Factors for selecting hydraulic turbines. 10. 10.11 Disposal of nuclear waste. 10.0 HYDEL POWER PLANT.4 9.4 Classification of Hydro-electric power plant.8 8.1 Concept of Brayton cycle. 10. 10. Note : Question/s (application type) of 4-6 marks out of 70. 9.1 9.10 Effect of radiation. CANDU type reactor.2 Advantages and disadvantages of hydro power station considering the economic factor. 9.8 Units of radiation. 8. 10.6 Governing system.2 9.7 Fuel supply system of gas turbine plant.2 Advantages of gas turbine over diesel engine as prime mover.3 Basic elements of hydro power plant.1 Purpose of multi-purpose hydro project.8 Governing of water turbine. 9.

Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively. . 42 a.0 POWER PLANT ECONOMICS .11 11. b.3 Economics in plant selection. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR.2 Economics of power generation and distribution. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. FOR STUDENTS. V.1 Cost of power. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. 11. 11. c. d. 3 Total Notes: U. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. e. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. 11. a.

N.Domkundwar Dhanpatrai & sons.T.Inc N. Delhi F.Co.M.Mode) LRDC Gujarat -- 2 Power plant engineering 3 4 5 6 7 8 Power plant engineering Power plant engineering Power plant engineering Power plant engineering Power plant Technology Nuclear Power plant 9 Course material in power plant engineering .Sharma -Mahesh Verma Metro Book .New Delhi H.C.B.Keswani STD Book House Delhi P.Reference Books: 1 A course in power plant engineering S. York (D.New Delhi M.Morse Attiliated East West press.D.Van Nostrand.C.L.Wakil Mc Graw Hill Publication G.Arora S.Rai -Lofftness D.

VI Subject Name: POWER PLANT ENGINEERING PRACTICE NOTE:. Understand governing control systems. b. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 14.pollution control and safety norms for all power plants. Nuclear reactors. (Each experience may be assigned to two students and they may be asked to prepare and present ( Power point) to 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 High pressure boilers.power plant. Various furnaces in power plants.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. Strengthen the fundamentals of thermodynamics. Recall and strengthen know-how for thermodynamic units and cycles. Develop the ability to analyse the performance of power plant equipment for optimizing their efficiency. demonstration(u se of models. Hydro . c. Coal and ash handling system of modern thermal power station. Gas-turbine power plant. Control systems of steam power plant. 15. Diesel power plant. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 . Nuclear power plant. but the college can do more experiences if possible. economic operation . Hrs.Following are the minimum experiences required. 2 1 Study . cut sections or movies may be used) and presentation. waste control . Basic elements of various power plants. Governing systems of steam turbine.

vi. 4 Visit at least three related power plants. Sabarmati power plant. seminar presentation. 14 Assignments (Home Assignment) 15 Visit to outside Gujarat power station or research centre can be done with prior permission of DTE if opportunity is given. Solve the given tutorials and assignments. Gas turbine power plant Torrent. Dhuvaran thermal/gas turbine power plant. iv. Torrent . i.Present and discuss the same in your batch.batch. Kakrapar Nuclear power project. Total 28 . (Case/situation has to be given by teacher-preferably from emerging/ recent trends).(For subject PPE). Tarapur atomic power plant Boisar. Visit to power plants in Gujarat can be arranged at the following power plants. ii. vii. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Industrial visits k) Prepare and present seminar individually in your batch. content and other related content for the given case/situation. Ukai Hydro/thermal power plant. v. iii. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. 13 l) Download individually visual aids. Bhabha atomic research centre Trombay. movies. Vatva. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). Download.

Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. iii. a. Safety norms and precautions observed. Steps / procedure to execute experience. iii. d. quality consciousness and quality standards. . i. c. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. ii. Experience description / data and objectives. photocopies. vi. FOR STUDENTS.Notes: W. human resource. b. v. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. etc.culture and attitude. Term work report content of each experience should also include following.location. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. Type . e. ii. Brief details of industry visited. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. etc of industry. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. rough layout. a. . Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . printed content(except visual aids).Practical examination will include followings: i. b. Details. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. Solving given tutorial. i. Explaining working of specified power plant. products. iii. cost effectiveness . X. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. iv. Viva ii. productivity concepts. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment.

Wakil Mc Graw Hill Publication G.New Delhi M.M.Arora S.Inc N. York (D. Delhi F.Morse Attiliated East West press.Keswani STD House Delhi P.C.D.Reference Books: 1 A course in power plant engineering S.Van Nostrand.Co.Domkundwar Dhanpatrai & sons.T.Sharma -Mahesh Verma Metro Book .Rai -Lofftness D.Mode) LRDC Gujarat -- 2 Power plant engineering 3 Power plant engineering Book 4 5 6 7 8 Power plant engineering Power plant engineering Power plant engineering Power plant Technology Nuclear Power plant 9 Course material in power plant engineering .New Delhi H. N.B.L.C.

GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER.0 CONTROL SYSTEMS.types. pressure ratings and selection criteria. working. 2. No.VI Subject Name: HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC DEVICES. designation. Need.types.1 Hydraulic pipes-types. 3. 1.3 Need of attitude. 3. 2. mounting methods.2 Hrs. working. 2.1 Hydrostatic and hydrodynamic-concept and definitions. need. guiding rules/norms/traditions. pressure drop in pipes. properties. standards. 2.2 Laws governing fluid flows-Pascal’s law. mounting methods.3 Hydraulic pump.0 HYDRAULIC ELEMENTS.2 Piping layout – concept. applications and selection criteria. 3. definition . differences and applications. 3. applications. 2. Sr.0 FUNDAMENTALS OF HYRAULICS.5 Hydraulic systems-concept. working. Know the objectives of learning this subject. Subject Content 1.5 Open loop and close loop control systems-block diagrams.4 Control system-concept. 1. 1.4 Working fluids used in hydraulic systems-types. 3. knowledge & skill required for application of HPD.1 1.6 Servo control system-concept and application. mounting methods. 2. designations and standards. continuity equation and Bernoulli’s theorem. materials. standards.5 Actuators. application areas. construction. 1.4 Control valves – types. 3 1 2 3 3 3. advantages and limitations. properties. designations. Scope & importance of Hydraulic and Pneumatic Devices (HPD). applications and selection criteria. 5 . designations.3 Flow through pipes-types. synchronization and selection criteria. standards and selection criteria. 1. important terminology used.

5 Simple circuit design( at least two design based on given problems/situation and based on selection and arrangement of elements)-circuit diagram. symbols and truth tables.1 above. 4. mounting methods.2 Installation of hydraulic devices (covered in 5. hydraulic circuit. pre-preparation.6 Instruments/methods for common fault finding. 4 Note: Application type question/s of 4-6 marks out of 70. working diagram. 5. automotive power steering). Note: Application type question/s of 4-5 marks out of 70.). oil reservoir. manifold. working.0 HYDRAULIC DEVICES. oil purifier.4 Need for preventive maintenance and maintenance schedule for hydraulic devices. 4. circuit diagrams. 6 5 5 . 4. 5. connection methods for hydraulic circuit. distributors. working. coolers. 5. hoses. fittings and accessories-types (such as strainers. Note: Application type question/s (designing simple circuit)of 4-6 marks out of 70. meaning and ISO symbols used.0 HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT. seals. 5. oil level and pressure indicators. performance variables/criteria.5 Critical spares and their need/importance for their stock for hydraulic devices. general guidelines for operation.3 Logic circuits-types. connectors. working and applications. 5. working. INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE.1 Hydraulic devices-types(automotive hydraulic brake .3 Common troubles .2 Basic hydraulic circuits-types. etc. heat exchangers. procedure and testing.its causes and preventive/post remedial actions for hydraulic devices covered in 5. hydraulic jack. 4. 5. applications. general guidelines for maintenance. controls.1 above)-need. 4.3. accumulator.1 Concept. power pack. major elements and their specifications. 5. material handling trolley/forklift.6 Other elements. filters. list of elements with specifications. designations. standards. 4.4 Guiding rules/norms/steps/methods for designing hydraulic circuit. metering in and metering out control circuits. applications and selection criteria.

standards and designations applications and selection criteria. 7.0 PNEUMATIC ELEMENTS. 10.2 Guiding rules/norms/steps/methods for designing pneumatic circuit. 8. 8. standards and designations. loop systems. properties. list of elements with specifications and working. working and selection criteria. 7.4 Air receiver-specification. 8.1 Compressible fluid flow-properties. working. 6. Lussac’s combined) . 6. mass flow rate.6 6.2 Piping layout-concept. 0 FUNDAMENTALS OF PNEUMATICS. 7.3 Basic pneumatic circuits. 7.1 Pipe-materials. Note: Application type question/s of 4-6 marks out of 70. 7. pressure drop.4 Simple circuit design( at least two design based on given problems/situation and based on selection and arrangement of elements)-circuit diagram. 7. guiding rules/norms/traditions. mounting methods. properties and applications. mufflers).0 PNEUMATIC CIRCUIT. lubricator. 6. meaning and ISO symbols used.8 Pneumatic valves-types. lubrication. types. circuit diagrams. working. 7. applications.types.9 Other fittings/elements and accessories-types and subtypes(such as filters. 8. applicable laws( Boyel’s. 7. installation and maintenance. Charles’. cushion assemblies. capacity control.7 Air motors-types and working. construction materials. working and applications.3 Air compressor-types and selection criteria. applications and selection criteria. pressure regulator. types of mounts. Note: Application type question/s (designing simple circuit)of 4-6 marks out of 70.2 Compressible fluids-types. 7. standards and designations.5 Driers-types. 7.1 Concept. 2 7 5 8 6 .3 Pneumatic systems-advantages and limitations. working.6 Pneumatic cylinders-types.

1 Introduction. 5 10 2 Total 42 . 10.need. general guidelines for maintenance.0 PNEUMATIC DEVICES.2 Types of feed. air suspension system of automotive.7 Instruments/methods for common fault finding. applications.(pneumatic brake. working and applications. 10. working. 9. performance variables/criteria.1 above. INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE. general guidelines for operation. 9.3 Introduction to integration of hydraulic/pneumatic circuit with microprocessor/microcontroller/programmable logic controller (PLC). 10.3 Installation of pneumatic devices mentioned at 9. elements. pneumatic drill) working diagram.1 above. 9.its causes and preventive/post remedial actions for pneumatic devices covered in 9. 10.0 HYDROPNEUMATICS.1 Pneumatic devices-types.4 Common troubles . major elements and their specifications. controls. hydraulic circuit. 9.5 Need for preventive maintenance and maintenance schedule for pneumatic devices. 9. pre-preparation connection method for pneumatic circuit. 9. Note: Application type question/s of 4-6 marks out of 70. 9.9 9.6 Critical spares and their need/importance for their stock for pneumatic devices.2 Safety and cleanliness for pneumatic devices.

c. Z. Hydraulic & Hydraulic machineries 5. a. b. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR. W. Z. Automatic process control 7. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. Hydraulic and Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machineries 3.Jagdishlal(metropolitine book co. FOR STUDENTS.Madras.. Reference Books: 1.Lansky(Marcel Dekker. Fluid power design handbook 4. Hydraulic machines including fluidics 8.J. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. Peter Harriott(TMGH) Donald P. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively. NewDelhi.Notes: Y. Eckman(Wiely Eastern) Dr. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Process control 6.Bolten (Pearsons) Abdula Sharrif and others (Dhanapatrai publications) Frank Yeaple TTTI. e. d. a. Industrial pneumatic control Inc. Mechatronics 2. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. .

a. c. b.VI Subject Name: HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC DEVICES PRACTICE NOTE:. Operate . LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 16. but the college can do more experiences if possible. maintain and assemble simple hydraulic and pneumatic devices/elements. Test various logic circuits for hydraulics and pneumatics. 4 based on given simple system requirement (Design mainly include selection and arrangement of elements). 2 01 Study and demonstration 02 03 04 Performance 05 Major hydraulic elements and at least three devices.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. Identify and rectify simple and common troubles of hydraulic and pneumatic devices. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: Read/interpret given hydraulic/pneumatic circuit. assemble and operate hydraulic system. Computer based hydraulic and pneumatic system circuit designs. 17. Strengthen know how for fundamental fluid mechanics units and systems. Major pneumatic elements and at least three devices. 2 2 2 2 06 Design. Hrs. .Following are the minimum experiences required.

n) Download individually visual aids. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. . b.07 08 09 Download and seminar presentation. dismantle and assemble them. based on given simple system requirement (Design mainly include selection and arrangement of elements) Take any two hydraulic devices/elements ( eg. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. Pneumatic brake. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. make system diagram. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Industrial visit Assignments (Home Assignment) Design. make system diagram. Take any two pneumatic devices/elements ( eg. i. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Solve the given tutorials and assignments. a. hydraulic jack. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. dismantle and assemble them. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. Total 28 Notes: AA. content and other related content for the given case/situation. hydraulic brake). 10 11 12 Visit at least two related industries. m) Prepare and present seminar 4 individually in your batch. air suspension. Experience description / data and objectives. assemble and operate pneumatic 4 system. movies. a.(For subject Mechatronics). cylinder. BB. pneumatic drill). FOR STUDENTS. 6 Power pack. cylinder.

Design . ii. Viva ii. e. Automatic process control 15. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty.Bolten (Pearsons) Abdula Sharrif and others (Dhanapatrai publications) Frank Yeaple TTTI.Madras. Mechatronics 10. Industrial pneumatic control Inc. Peter Harriott(TMGH) Donald P.. prepare and test the simple hydraulic/pneumatic circuit for given set of conditions/parameters/requirements. Details. Hydraulic machines including fluidics 16. Safety norms and precautions observed. photocopies. v. etc of industry. human resource. Fluid power design handbook 12. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. NewDelhi. vi. 9.J.b. cost effectiveness . iii. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . Z.culture and attitude. Brief details of industry visited.Practical examination will include followings: i. Steps / procedure to execute experience. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. Eckman(Wiely Eastern) Dr. i. Hydraulic & Hydraulic machineries 13.Lansky(Marcel Dekker. ii. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students.Jagdishlal(metropolitine book co. iii. products. d. productivity concepts. printed content(except visual aids). Hydraulic and Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machineries 11. REFERENCES. . etc. Interpret/read given simple hydraulic/pneumatic circuit. iii. Process control 14. rough layout. Type . Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. iv. c.location. quality consciousness and quality standards. W.

3 Simple transshipment problems.1 Introduction. 3. Mathematical formulation of the problem.VI Subject Name: OPEARATIONS MANAGEMENT Sr. definition.1 2. Canonical form of LPP.0 LINEAR PROGRAMMING.0 TRANSPORTATION TECHNIQUES.3 2. Simplex method. 1. 3.5 2. knowledge & skill required for application Of OM. MODI method for balanced problem (for maximum 4 sources and 4 destinations). variable unrestricted in sign for maximization and minimization (for 2 variables and maximum 3 constrains).1 Know the objectives of learning this subject. Subject Content 1.3 Need of attitude. 7 . overview. stepping stone method. 3. 2. row column cost method. applications. equality. importance. Slack & surplus variable. importance. Hrs. and their meaning. 1. simplex method for requirement. 3.4 2. Scope & importance of OM in industries. Graphical solution.5 Optimization: concept.2 Transportation techniques: initial feasible solution.7 Introduction. 2. 1.0 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (OM). 2 1 2 9 3 Note : Problem questions (analytical and graphical bothapplication type) of 10-12 marks out of 70. application. No.4 Operations management : concept.2 2.2 Need. definition.6 2. meaning. Note : Problem questions (application type) of 6-8 marks out of 70. Various terms. 1. scope and importance 1. approximation. need and scope. meaning. vocal’s approximation method.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER.

4. importance. their derivations and examples. their meaning and definitions. applications (This includes financial. 5. of jobs should not be more than 4). importance of synchronous manufacturing. operational. 7. need. 7. productivity. Note : Problem questions (application type) of 4-6 marks out of 70. 4.1 Introduction. their meanings & definitions. Note : Problem questions (application type) of 4-6 marks out of 70.2 Technique for solution. Note : Problem questions (application type) of 4-6 marks out of 70. 5. Hungarian method.3 Replacement by alternative equipment. etc. sequencing problems. modified matrix. 6. 7.2 Hocky-stick phenomena. efficiency. effects and strategies to reduce.1 Introduction.2 Various terms. importance and applications.6 Basic manufacturing building blocks. 5. heuristic problem solving.4 4. cost of “Keeping it on” and “replacing”.3 Maximization problem. 5.3 Inventory models.) 7.0 REPLACEMENT THEORY AND SEQUENCING PROBLEMS.4 Unbalanced capacity-reasons. 7. effects and strategies to balance.5 Bottlenecking-reasons.1 Introduction. sequencing problems for n jobs and 2 machines & n jobs and 3 machines(n= no. 4 5 6 6 6 7 4 .4 Sequencing problems: introduction. 5. 7. 7. examples. 7.0 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT 6.2 Various terms. utility. 6.0 SYNCHRONOUS MANUFACTURING.3 Performance measurement-types. importance and applications. applications. 6. (for maximum 4 activities) 4.0 ASSIGNMENT TECHNIQUES.1 Concept. meaning.7 Methods for control in synchronous manufacturing.

b. 4 Total 42 Notes: CC.4 Cost control: concept. 8. a.5 Cost control methods : Approaches.0 WASTE MANAGEMENT AND COST CONTROL APPROACHES. 8. a.) Harvey M. Principles of operation research Chase and Aquilano (Lrwin publication) Elwood S. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic.Sharma N. d. Operations research 4. FOR STUDENTS. Buffa (John Willy & sons) S.2 Reasons to eliminate waste. need and significance. Jamnadas & co. Operations management: Problems and model 3. 8. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR.R. Production & operations management 2.D. 8. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. 8. Dave. Operations research 5.3 Sources of waste & methods to minimize / eliminate waste in mechanical engineering industry. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. c. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject.1 Waste: types & reasons.Wagner . Manglani (C. examples/ situations suitable for mechanical engineering situation.8 8. examples/ situations. e. DD. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 20:30:50 respectively. Reference Books: 1. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers.

Operations research Taha H.S. Purchasing and inventory control 9.A.6.R. Adam Jr. H. Ebert (PHI publi. Production and inventory control 10.Metwally. G.menon (Wheeler publisher) George W.) .K. (PHI publication) M.. Production and operations management 11. Operations research 7. Ronald J.U.M. Productivity Engineering & Management publication) 8.West (J.Plosse (PHI publication) Everette.Tama schke.Publishers) Sumenath (TMGH K.

approximation and equality for 2 variables & max. 4 sources and 4 destinations). Develop the ability to analyse the objectives and constraints for given situation / task. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 18. Develop the ability to use available resources optimally. Assignment problem solving (for max. Hrs. 4 jobs and 3 machines). but the college can do more experiences if possible. Replacement problem solving Sequencing problem solving (for max. 3 constraints) Minimization and maximization problem solving using graphical method (2 problems). 19. Transshipment problem solving – simple. 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 .GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. (one each for requirement.Following are the minimum experiences required. b. Transportation problem solving (for max. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. Recall and strengthen know-how for various mathematical and statistical fundamentals. c. 2 01 Problem solving (Each student should be given different data / values for same kind of problem/s) 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 Maximization problem solution using simplex method. 4 activities).VI Subject Name: OPEARATIONS MANAGEMENT PRACTICE NOTE:. Appreciate the need of higher mental ability and skill level to work with complex systems.

(Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). photocopies. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. human resource. Total 28 Notes: A. b.09 Download. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. i. content and other related content for the given case/situation. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience.(For subject OM). products. FOR STUDENTS. Steps / procedure to execute experience. p) Download individually visual aids. printed content(except visual aids). o) Prepare and present seminar 4 individually in your batch. b. seminar presentation. a. Type . c. a. 10 11 Solve the given tutorials and assignments. q) Each student should present one case which focus on improvement of productivity and utilization of resources. Brief details of industry visited. iii. i. etc. ii. B. etc of industry. movies. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S.location. ii. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Assignments (Home Assignment) Inventory model calculations & problem 4 solving(For two inventory models). rough layout. . Experience description / data and objectives.

Production & operations management 2.Metwally. Viva ii. Operations research Chase and Aquilano (Lrwin publication) Elwood S. d. Productivity Engineering & Management publication) 8. Reference Books: 1. Ebert (PHI publi. v.U.D.Practical examination will include followings: i. Production and inventory control 10.Plosse (PHI publication) Everette. cost effectiveness . Safety norms and precautions observed..R.M.West (J. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. Jamnadas & co. Principles of operation research 6.S. Operations management: Problems and model & 3.Tama schke.A. Production and operations management 11.iii. Details. quality consciousness and quality standards. Buffa (John Willy sons) S.) Harvey M. (PHI publication) 7. Operations research 5. G.menon (Wheeler publisher) George W.Sharma N. H. productivity concepts. Solving given problems. vi. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment.) Taha H.culture and attitude. Purchasing and inventory control 9. Ronald J. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers.Wagner M.R. Adam Jr. iv.Publishers) Sumenath (TMGH K. e. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. Dave. Operations research . Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . Operations research 4. Manglani (C.K.

3 1. Sr. Selection of material.5 1. jigs. process sheet description.2 1. tools.8 1. gauges. Information on various Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP). Subject Content 1.4 1.6 1.1 Evaluation of quality definitions 6 . Scope & importance of Advance Industrial Engineering (AIE) in industries. Hrs.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER.1 1.12 1.VI Subject Name: ADVANCE INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING. Machine capacity & analysis of it.9 1.7 1. Process planning.introduction and concept.2 1. knowledge & skill required for application Of AIE. Process planning organization. etc.0 PROCESS PLANNING. automated and generative methods with their merits.4 1. Process analysis. ‘Make or buy’ decision and factors affecting it. packages available in market. 2. other special attachment.11 1. Need of attitude.13 Know the objectives of learning this subject. Working drawing.3 1. Information required for process planning. 7 1 2 Note : Question/s to prepare process planning of given component (application type) of 6-8 marks out of total 70. No.10 1.0 QUALITY CONTROL AND STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL (QC & SQC). 1. Process selection and factors affecting it. Need. Process and equipment selection procedure. cutting tools. Process planning procedure. Types of process planning-manual. fixtures. 2.

challenges. 3. 4.1 TQC – evaluation of concept. philosophy concept. 3. Juran’s message. 2.5 Tools to achieve quality (QC. Malcolm Baldridge Award. 5. 4. Feigenbaum’s total quality control. applications.quality system standards (ISO 9000. etc. quality systems. quality control.0 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM). 5.4 Narrate various applications of QFD.3 Methods to achieve.2 TQM – importance with respect to employee leadership.6 Industrial applications (interpretation and analysis) of control charts (for variables and attributes).3 Definitions of quality policy. TQM.1 QFD – rational. customer satisfaction. Note : Question/s to analyse given related short case (application type) of 4-6 marks out of total 70. 3. Quality function deployment (QFD). 4. quality. Note : Question/s to build QFD matrix of given data (application type) of 4-6 marks out of total 70. control charts and operating instruction sheets. Shingo’s zero defect.3 TQC versus TQM. 3 5 4 4 5 6 .2 Evaluation of quality concepts (Demings principles. Note : Question/s to interpret and analyse of given control chart data (application type) of 6-8 marks out of total 70. concepts (system and house of quality). and SQC 2. 5. 5. 4. method to built.2 QC versus TQC. QA. 5. quality management. Ishikwawa’s company-wide quality control) 2.4 Difference between quality & quality control. quality assurance (QA). Crosby’s philosophy. Philip B.2. TQC.2 QFD – methodology – building of planning and deployment matrix and development of process plans. results and benefits. (QC) quality circle.0 QUALITY FUNCTION DEPLOYMENT (QFD).0 TOTAL QUALITY CONTROL (TQC). definition and principles.1 TQM – introduction. BS 14000) 2.3 Benefits of QFD. SQC. 3.

process Process redesign techniques and tools. JIT .2 8.0 REENGINEERING.0 JUST IN TIME (JIT) MANUFACTURING. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR.Japanese practices Basic elements of JIT. importance. Applications of JIT such as leveling.5 7.4 7.6 JIT . certifying bodies. a. 6. product design. Kanban systems in JIT. 4 7 6 8 4 Total Notes: EE. 6. need. scope & field of applications. 6. principles.3 Steps in developing and implementation of ISO 9000.3 8.1 7.7 Impact of JIT.Logic. 42 a.6 6.1 ISO 9000 – introduction. features. 6. Frame work for implementation of JIT. concept.2 Series of ISO 9000 standards 6.0 ISO 9000. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. 8. Integrated reengineering and process improvement.5 Advantages and implications of ISO 9000. meaning. Note : Question/s to analyse given related short case (application type) of 4-6 marks out of total 70. Reengineering and continuous improvement. process design and bill of material implications. 7. purchasing. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. etc. pull system introduction.2 7. definitions & advantages.4 Reengineering – nature. terminology used. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. b. 8. FF. its validity. . FOR STUDENTS. (in brief) 7.1 8. 7.4 Registration for ISO 9000.3 7. production.

K. R.Ltd. S. Feigenbaum E. e. Concepts & implementation 17 Quality control using advance SQC techniques and modern machines for inspections 18 Quality management . 9 Statistical quality control publication 10 Statistical quality control 11 Total quality control essentials 12 Quality function deployment 13 Quality function deployment 14 Quality function deployment 15 Production and operation management 16 JIT – Approach. Wollmann. d. Gupta. M G Korganker Makmilan India Ltd.L.Subburaj. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively.I. P.(Irwin publisher AICTE AICTE AICTE 4 Just in time manufacturing 5 TQM and ISO 14000 6 ISO 9000 Path to TQM 7 Total quality management 8 ISO 9000 family standards. William L. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. Khanna.C. Ray (TMH publishers 1996) A Kao Vogi (Productivity press Cambridge 1990) Bossert J. Khanna publications 1993 Thomas E. Delhi. Dhanapatrai & sons.Grant (McGH A. Dr. Delhi. Wisconsin USA 1991) Chase/Aquilano. Allied publuication (Topic 3.Arora. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. Zaide (PHI Publisher) Servsingh soin (McGH Newyork) Ronald G. (ASQC quality press. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. C. Kataria & Sons. (Topic 3) R.. Galgotia publi. O. Clay Whybark. Pvt.c. Bery D. Reference Books: 1 Industrial engineering and management 2 Statistical quality control 3 Manufacturing planning & control systems Dr.K.

Develop the ability to prepare the process plan of given component. b. Hrs. c. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: 01 a. Interpret and analyse control charts. Prepare report based on visit/case study of ISO 9000 industry. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 20. prepare orthographic drawings and prepare process planning of components . but the college can do more experiences if possible.VI Subject Name: ADVANCE INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE NOTE:. 2 Performance 02 Physically collect an assembly having 6-8 6 components . Recall and strengthen know-how for orthographic projections . Include requirements to get ISO9000. Interpretation and analysis of control charts (variables and attributes) for given industrial data. Quality Function Deployment-building of planning and deployment matrix for given data. Appreciate the need to be quality conscious. various documentations .Following are the minimum experiences required. etc.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. various machining processes and various mathematical & statistical fundamentals. 21. r) Prepare and present seminar 6 03 04 Reports 05 Download and 06 4 4 6 .

etc of industry. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. i. Type . . iii. Steps / procedure to execute experience. a. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. c. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. photocopies. quality consciousness and quality standards. etc. a. v.location.(For subject AIE). s) Download individually visual aids. printed content(except visual aids). Total 28 Notes: GG. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). movies. productivity concepts. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Experience description / data and objectives. ii. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. i. 07 Solve the given tutorials and assignments. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. iv. FOR STUDENTS.culture and attitude. b. ii. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. iii. rough layout. Brief details of industry visited. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Assignments (Home Assignment) individually in your batch. vi. content and other related content for the given case/situation. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. human resource. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual.seminar presentation. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. cost effectiveness . HH. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. Safety norms and precautions observed. Details. products. b. t) Each student should prepare and present one case which focus on improvement of productivity or utilization of resources or implementation of JIT/TQM/TQC/ISO-9000 .

Bery D. Concepts & implementation AICTE 17 Quality control using advance SQC techniques and modern machines for inspections AICTE 18 Quality management AICTE 1 Industrial engineering and management .K. 4 Just in time manufacturing M G Korganker Makmilan India Ltd. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers.. William L. Interpretation of given control charts.Grant (McGH publication 10 Statistical quality control A.L.Practical examination will include followings: i. Delhi. Galgotia publi. C.Arora. S. Khanna publications 1993 3 Manufacturing planning & control systems Thomas E. Dhanapatrai & sons.Subburaj. Ray (TMH publishers 1996) 13 Quality function deployment A Kao Vogi (Productivity press Cambridge 1990) 14 Quality function deployment Bossert J. Wollmann. Clay Whybark.I. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . (ASQC quality press. 9 Statistical quality control E. Delhi. Solving /analysing given problems/cases. Gupta. Kataria & Sons. P. 2 Statistical quality control R. K. Allied publuication (Topic 3. iii. (Topic 3) 6 ISO 9000 Path to TQM R.(Irwin publisher 16 JIT – Approach.C.Ltd. 7 Total quality management Feigenbaum 8 ISO 9000 family standards. Khanna. Viva ii. Zaide (PHI Publisher) 11 Total quality control essentials Servsingh soin (McGH Newyork) 12 Quality function deployment Ronald G. O. e. 5 TQM and ISO 14000 Dr. iv. Wisconsin USA 1991) 15 Production and operation management Chase/Aquilano. Pvt. Preparing process plan for given component. Reference Books: Dr.d.

terminology. No. 2.7 System approach to production management. 3. Time series analysis: features. 6 . weighted moving average and exponential smoothing ). 1. knowledge & skill required for application Of PMIS.4 3 Note : Two problem questions of 6-8 marks out of total 70. Scope & importance of Production Management and Information Systems (PMIS). features. method of forecasting for each type.3 2. simple moving average. advantages and disadvantages of each type. decomposition using least square regression. measurement of error and methods of fitting a trend line (This includes hand fitting & least square methods. examples. their merits and demerits.2 2. examples of each type.. 1. 1. applications.types. method.1 Demand forecasting. 1. 1. 1.definition. 3. deseasonalized demand. 4 1 Know the objectives of learning this subject.6 Layouts : . types (This includes simple average.) Decomposition of time series: Seasonal variations.5 Types of production. seasonal index. need and definition.2 2 6 2.0 DEMAND FORECASTING. Forecast of error. 2. 1.1 1. 1.0 AGGREGATE PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CAPACITY REQUIREMEN PLANNING(CRP).VI Subject Name: PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS Sr.0 INTRODUCTION.1 Major production/operation planning activities. sources of errors.4 Production Management – Concept.their features and applications.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. types for new products & established products . meaning and definition.3 Need of attitude.8 Functions of production management. Subject Content Hrs. importance. Need.

2 3. suitable mechanical engineering examples. interrelationship in production system Types of production plan. bubble chart & tree structure for suitable mechanical engineering application. method. 5.5 Estimation of shop loads.2 5. 6. Information necessary for scheduling.0 DATA MANAGEMENT.4 Master Production Schedule (MPS) .5 Data Base Management System (DBMS) .6 Planning and scheduling system: scheduling techniques such as Gantt chart. information flow. Information system : need.3 Objectives of database organizations. Definition.0 RESOURCE PLANNING & SCHEDULING. goals. preparation steps.4 Data models : meaning.0 SYSTEM CONCEPT. 4. Material Requirement Planning (MRP) . purpose & types. importance and applications. awareness about current software packages & 5.3. 4 Note: One problem question from CRP of 4-6 marks out of total 70. 4. suitable preparation with example. relationship and association. 6. Mile-stone chart. Data-types. 4. definition.definition. examples CRP : Concept. features and objectives . need and meaning. 6.1 5.9 Manufacturing resource planning (MRP-II) : concept.4 Aggregate production planning: Concept.definition. decision variables.8 Critical ratio scheduling. procedure.concept. its economics. need.3 4.1 Data management-concept.3 8 5 3 6 6 .1 4.10 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): concept and definition.3 3. 4. 6.2 4. drawing schema. meaning. scope. need. examples supporting features & objectives. factors affecting them. concept. need. example. scope.7 Short interval scheduling. 4. information on software available. 4. 4. importance. importance. Jackson’s method. 4. slotting technique. Information : types. 6. approach and architecture. aim. basic terminology used. analytical method. definition. Note: One problem question from scheduling of 4-5 marks out of total 70. 6. etc. Johnson method. meaning.2 Data base : definition.

definition. etc.3 Role of computers in information systems. Note :One application question to design MIS and prepare database of 10-12 marks out of 70. Total 9 7. Computer aided information systems related to mechanical engineering-take at least five varieties (such as inventory records.6 42 . etc. definition and need. features. need & applications. Decision Support System (DSS): concept. importance. tool issues. 7 Note :Software(dbase or Fox pro or MS Access or Oracle) based specific questions should be part of practical/ oral examination and should not be asked in theory examination. structures. E-mail. storing. working (this includes Internet and Intranet. editing & retrieval of database structure based on latest available database management software packages. Communication media – types. need and applications.6 their features . features. examples. Information communication :. protocols . computer networks and its types. design considerations. software selection criteria. inspection and quality control reports.. concept. maintenance records.6. Conceptual preparation steps/ procedure for creating. features and applications.communication process .4 7. 7.1 7. production schedule.). definition.0 INFORMATION SYSTEMS. benefits for industrial environment. 7. efficiency and utility reports. Management Information System (MIS) .concept.) : need. Relational Data Base Management System (RDBMS) . (any one from dbase or Fox pro or MS Access or Oracle).5 7.types. applications.2 7.

Nair. FOR STUDENTS. 1. Production and operations management Ray Wild Cassel 8. Managing product and operations Martin K. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. B. and Ronald J.Notes: A. b. Buffa and Rakesh K. 3. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. Sarin (John willy& sons publication) 10. Production and operations management Chase/Aquiline.Jr. Adam. Reference Books: Jame’s Martin.Charry (TMGH publication) 9. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic.Sadagopan (PHI publication) 6. c. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR. Production and operations management S. Ellis Harword ltd. Computer database organization . Management information system S. d. a. TMGH publication.N. by PHI publication 2. New information technology edited Alan Burns. Star (PHI publication) 7. Irwin publication 5. Modern production & operations management Elwood S.G. Production and operations management N. e.. 11. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively. Ebert. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Books on database software taken for study and practice. a. (PHI publication) 4. Production and operations management Everette.

Develop the ability to plan available resources optimally. 2 01 Problem solving (Each student should be given different data / values for same kind of problem/s) 02 Demand forecasting problem solutions (One from time series analysis. b. Develop the ability to analyse the objectives and constraints for given situation / task. Capacity requirement planning preparation based on given suitable data.Following are the minimum experiences required. Hrs. Aggregate production planning preparation based on given suitable data. Appreciate the need of higher mental ability and skill level to work with complex systems. c.VI Subject Name: PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS PRACTICE NOTE:. but the college can do more experiences if possible. d. one from least square and one from exponential smoothing). 23.statistical and managerial fundamentals. 4 03 04 05 2 2 2 8 Study and preparation 06 . Integrate use of information technology. Solve sequencing problem for given situation using Johnson and Jackson method. Develop at least two specific mechanical engineering information system using database software. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 22.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. Recall and strengthen know-how for various mathematical . Study (any one from Fox pro or MS Access or Oracle)database software .

It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. u) Prepare and present seminar individually in your batch. FOR STUDENTS. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. Experience description / data and objectives. b. printed content(except visual aids). Total 28 Notes: C. b. movies. d. 4 4 08 09 Solve the given tutorials and assignments. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. Steps / procedure to execute experience. ii. iii. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Assignments (Home Assignment) Study MS Project and prepare Gantt chart & milestone chart for given suitable data. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. v) Download individually visual aids. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students.Practical examination will include followings: i. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . content and other related content and present the same for the given case/situation. a. i.07 Download and seminar presentation. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. Viva . etc.(For subject OM). photocopies. c. D. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). a.

Production and operations management S.Charry (TMGH publication) 9. Reference Books: Jame’s Martin. Production and operations management Ray Wild Cassel 8.Jr. by PHI publication 2. 3. Production and operations management Chase/Aquiline. Books on database software taken for study and practice. Solving given problems. iii. Irwin publication 5.G. Modern production & operations management Elwood S. Ellis Harword ltd. Star (PHI publication) 7.. 11. Production and operations management Everette. Computer database organization . Developing simple information system and preparing database using selected software for given case. and Ronald J. Buffa and Rakesh K. Ebert. Management information system S.ii. Managing product and operations Martin K. (PHI publication) 4. TMGH publication. Sarin (John willy& sons publication) 10.N.Nair. 1. Production and operations management N.Sadagopan (PHI publication) 6. Adam. New information technology edited Alan Burns.

Need of attitude. 6 Hrs.8 1.5 Chills 2.0 MOULD DESIGN.2 Parameters in pouring. No. 4.0 CASTING FORMATION. 2. Hardening & coating of moulds.4 Segregation 3.6 Control of solidification.7 1.1 1.9 Know the objectives of learning this subject. Subject Content 1. 3.0 INTRODUCTION.4 1.1 Solidification of casting for extensively used metals. Scope & importance of Foundary Technology (FT) in industries.5 Progressive & Directional solidification 3. knowledge & skill required for application Of FT.3 1. 3. Oil-oxygen process of making of cores and moulds.2 1. 2.VI Subject Name: FOUNDARY TECHNOLOGY Sr.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER.Shell moulding 3 6 4 13 . Need. 4.1 Gating system & design. Parting compounds. process.2 Nucleation. 2. features and applications of various casting processes such as: . parameters. Moulding materials. demerits.6 Exothermic compound.5 1.4 Pouring basin 2. 1. Moulding strength & its testing. 2. Moulding sand-properties & testing. 3.3 Growth of dendrites. 6 1 2 2.1 Types.6 1. 3.0 CASTING PROCESSES. 3. merits.3 Riser & its design.

Quality control.3 6. 6.4 Functional design.Investment casting . 7.3 Mechanisation & modernisation Quality control systems Use of computers.1 7.Frozen mercury moulding (Mercast process) Note : Question/s to select/justify process/es and specify parameters etc.0 FOUNDARY MANAGEMENT.Continuous casting . 7. of given data (application type) of 1618 marks out of total 70. 5 4 6 Note : Question/s to flow design/ dimensional tolerance of given data (application type) of 5-6 marks out of total 70.Vacuum moulding .3 5.Die-casting .1 6.Magnetic moulding . 5.2 5.0 CASTING DEFECTS.Ceramic mould casting . Total 2 42 .2 6. Dimensional tolerance. 5.0 CASTING DESIGN. Inspection. 5 7 Note : Question/s to analyse defects of given data (application type) of 4-5 marks out of total 70.. Economic consideration. Design for metal flow.4 Defects.2 7.Centrifugal casting . 6.1 5. Analysis of casting defects.

Jain Tata McGraw Hill 2. JJ. Mukharjee Tata McGraw Hill Banza. C.L. Foundry Engineering 3. M. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Taylor Fleming Woolf Wiley Eastern Ltd. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. Salmon Simons ELBS & ISSU pitmun. c. d. FOR STUDENTS. Fundamentals of metal Casting Technology 5. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR. b. a. Principal of Foundry Technology 4. Malik Ghosh Affiliated Eastwest Press Pvt. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. e.Ltd. a. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40. Foundry Engineering 6. P. Agarwal Manghanani Khanna Publishing Ltd. Principles of Metal casting Heine. Reference Books: 1. Loper Resenthal Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. Manufacturing Technology P. Foundry Technology 7.Lal Dhimpat Rai & Sons.Ltd. Foundry Practice 8.Notes: II. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. .

Specifically include working 4 Performance 04 05 06 07 08 Reports 09 2 4 2 2 2 . c. Develop the skill to design and prepare pattern and mould for given simple casting.VI Subject Name: FOUNDARY TECHNOLOGY PRACTICE NOTE:. Prepare the mould using given two piece pattern. 25.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. To determine the grain size and distribution of sand by Taylor sieve analysis. clay content and moisture content of given moulding sand sample. b. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 24. Read and interpret given pattern and casting drawings. Recall and strengthen know-how for orthographic projections . permeability . Casting defects – types . causes and remedies. Hrs.Following are the minimum experiences required. Prepare a report on any one given advance casting process. dry strength. Familiarise with various moulding materials and processes. Measure the mould hardness with hardness tester. various pattern allowances and various casting methods. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. Prepare the mould using given single piece pattern. 2 Determine green strength . but the college can do more experiences if possible. 2 01 Demonstration and study 02 03 Interpretation of various industrial casting and 2 pattern drawings.

FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. Total 28 Notes: KK. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. Brief details of industry visited. Separate process will be assigned to each student by teacher. photocopies. a. a. Steps / procedure to execute experience. 10 x) Download individually visual aids. ii. content and other related content for the given case/situation. y) Each student should prepare and present one case which focus on advance welding and cutting process. iii. b.(For subject FOUN. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Industrial visit Assignments (Home Assignment) principle. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. c.TECH. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. FOR STUDENTS. movies. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Solve the given tutorials and assignments. printed content(except visual aids). i. Experience description / data and objectives. specifications of equipments used and applications with process parameters. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. LL. w) Prepare and present seminar 6 individually in your batch. 11 12 Visit at least two related foundries. etc.). . (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. b. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual.Download and seminar presentation. i.

Foundry Practice 8.culture and attitude. productivity concepts. Foundry Engineering 3. P. vi. Loper Resenthal Tata McGraw Hill publishing Co. Preparing mould for given simple pattern. cost effectiveness .Jain Tata McGraw Hill 5.L. Reference Books: 1. . iii. e.Ltd. v. products. Salmon Simons ELBS & ISSU pitmun. Foundry Technology 7. rough layout. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed.Practical examination will include followings: i. Taylor Fleming Woolf Wiley Eastern Ltd. quality consciousness and quality standards. Malik Ghosh Affiliated Eastwest Press Pvt. Fundamentals of metal Casting Technology Heine. C. Principal of Foundry Technology 4. M. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. iii. ii. Type . d. iv.location. Details. Viva. human resource. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. Mukharjee Tata McGraw Hill Banza. Foundry Engineering 6. Interpretation of given pattern and castings drawing. Agarwal Manghanani Khanna Publishing Ltd.Ltd. Manufacturing Technology P. Safety norms and precautions observed. Principles of Metal casting 2. etc of industry. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners .Lal Dhimpat Rai & Sons.ii.

5 Design considerations-codes and standards. Note: one simple example (application) from 2. 2. No. simple examples on 1.5 of 3-4 marks. stress in crack area.simple cases and examples. its effect on strength when cold worked. 2. fatigue strength. 1 Know the objectives of learning this subject.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. objectives and methodology adopted in industries. bending and torsional loading. 2. fatigue strength in fluctuating stresses. 1.0 DESIGN OF WELDED JOINTS. 3.3 Need of attitude. 2. contact stress.simple casesexamples. strength of welded joints. Scope & importance of Advance Machine Design (AMD).VI Subject Name: ADVANCE MACHINE DESIGN. 2. area moment.8 Statistical considerations in design-meaning. knowledge & skill required for application of AMD.9 Familiarity with failure of ductile and brittle materials.2 Hrs. stress intensity factors. rotating ring.0 INTRODUCTION. 2.6 Plastic deformation. Soderberg and Geber criteria(simple examples on these). endurance limit. 3 2 5 3 . design economics. flexural endurance limit. 4 3. fluctuating stresses. temperature effect. Need. etc. reliability. endurance limit modifying factors. 3.10 Variable loading-SN diagram of steel.7 Recall welded joints particularly fillet and butt joints.0 DESIGN BASICS. simple cases of applications. 1.4 Machine design-meaning. safety. 1. method to find deflection. productivity. Castigliano’s theorem. Subject Content 1.8 Stresses in welded joints under direct. Goodman. Sr. stress in press and shrink fits.1 1.7 Familiarity with: flexure strength in cylinder.

0 DESIGN OF CONNECTING ROD. 4.3 Industrial and visual design. stress pattern in loaded components.welded joints. 4. output and assignments statements.7 5. Keywords.12 Simple design programmes using C++. 8. terminology and applications. applications. Structure and functions. 2. Note: one simple example (application) of 4-6 marks.0 DESIGN OF GEARS. Design steps and examples for plate and cone clutch. examples. 6.4 Design steps for connecting rod. photoelastic effect. 7. 7. Note: one simple example (application) of 4-6 marks. Design steps and examples for shoe brake.8 5.2 Finite Element Analysis (FEA)-introduction.6 Gears-types. 5. strings.11 Introduction to C++: 1. Control statements for looping and decision making. Brake. 8. 8.0 DESIGN OF CLUTCH AND BRAKE. terminology and applications. 4. expressions. 4 4. stress components. constants. operators and manipulators. polariscope.types. 7.1 Stress analysis and photo analysis for actual stress. terminology and applications. crank shaft. variables. Note: one simple programme (application) of 5-7 marks. 6. 6.9 5. library and header files. 5. 8.types. Structure of C++. 4 5 6 6 Note: one example (application) of 6-8 marks. 3.10 CAD softwares and programming languages.10 Clutch. Fundamentals and features of object oriented programming.introduction to basic elements and concept of visual design. 7. classification. Input. piston and gudgen pin.7 Design steps and design of spur gears.0 TRENDS IN DESIGN. 5.0 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN. study of geometry of elements 4 7 12 8 4 .

It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR. significance of form in structural strength of products. Theory of elasticity 21. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. DFM. meaning.in products and its applications in object drawing. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. 8.Mahadevan & B. 8. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. Machine design 20.E. e. f. N. Design data book by K. importance and design schemes-DFA.Shigle. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic.Reddy (CBS Publication) is also permitted in theory examination. c. Mechanical Engineering Design 19.5 Concurrent engineering-design aspect meaning.Shanmugam S.Mische TVS Mucthy. need. Fundamentals of finite element method Khurmi and Gupta. Reference Books: 17. Total 42 Notes: MM. NN. objectives. b. a. a.Timoshanko Grandin .Reddy (CBS Publication) is also permitted in theory examination. Design data book by K.Mahadevan & B. need and importance. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. FOR STUDENTS. Machine design 18. d. J.4 Design optimization-concept. b. R.

Design Management 29. Design fundamentals 26.Prasad Robert Lafore R. Design data book PSG College & Technology. Graphic diagrams 27. Wolfe & Bedworth Mahadevan and Reddy . Turbo C++ 25. Design data book 23. Handbook of machine design 24. McMillan Farr Michael Anderson. Production.G.G. Coimbtore.N. G.Deadle.22. treatment and finishes 28.Maitra & L.Scott Herdeg John D. Computer Aided Design and Mfg. 30.

seminar presentation. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: 01 a. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Industrial Visit 02 03 Welded joint. - . Read/interpret/refer design data book.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. but the college can do more experiences if possible. e. simulation and optimization. shoe brake and connecting rod. movies. d. z) Prepare and present seminar 4 individually in your batch.VI Subject Name: ADVANCE MACHINE DESIGN PRACTICE NOTE:. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 26. c. Hrs. Strengthen the fundamentals of theory of machine. content and other related content for the given case/situation. 04 05 Visit at least two industries having CAD facilities and get familiarity with design softwares. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). Prepare simple design using C++. cone 14 clutch. 2 Design and reports C++ programmes Download. strength of material and machine design. Prepare at least four C++ programmes based on 8 simple design parameters. Design for simple parameters.Following are the minimum experiences required. plate clutch. b. aa) Download individually visual aids. spur gear. Select appropriate machine elements.

Viva . Safety norms and precautions observed. etc. productivity concepts. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. ii.culture and attitude. PP. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. Total 28 Notes: OO. e.Reddy (CBS Publication) is also permitted in practice examination. v. i. b. etc of industry. Type . a. Term work report content of each experience should also include following.location. cost effectiveness . printed content(except visual aids). vi. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. human resource. products. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Experience description / data and objectives. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S.Assignments (Home Assignment) 06 Solve the given tutorials and assignments. c. Details. FOR STUDENTS. photocopies. c. b. iii. rough layout. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty.Mahadevan & B. d. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. iv. Steps / procedure to execute experience. Brief details of industry visited. iii. Design data book by K. ii. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed.(For subject AMD).Practical examination will include followings: i. i. a. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. quality consciousness and quality standards.

E. iii. Theory of elasticity 35.Deadle. Preparing simple C++ programmes for given parameters.Mische TVS Mucthy. Graphic diagrams 41. Coimbtore. Design Management 43. Machine design 34.ii. R. Wolfe & Bedworth Mahadevan and Reddy .N.Shanmugam S. treatment and finishes 42. 44.Mahadevan & B. Turbo C++ 39.Scott Herdeg John D.Prasad Robert Lafore R.Reddy (CBS Publication) is also permitted in practice examination. N. Design data book 37. Machine design 32.G.Timoshanko Grandin PSG College & Technology. Design data book Khurmi and Gupta.Shigle. Design fundamentals 40. Fundamentals of finite element method 36.Maitra & L. Computer Aided Design and Mfg. Mechanical Engineering Design 33. J. Handbook of machine design 38. G. f. Reference Books: 31. McMillan Farr Michael Anderson. Simple design-anyone from experience number 02. Production. Design data book by K.G.

specifications. 2. Automobile-definition. 12 Hrs. classification. essential features . No. applications and selection criteria.7 Fuel injection system for CI engines-functions. parts. types. types. 2.VI Subject Name: AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Sr.1Internal combustion engines-types and classification used in automobile. working. main parts/elements . thermodynamic cycles used. comparison with carbureted fuel supply. sketch. 1.) Chassis.0 INTRODUCTION. fuel and exhaust gases circuits and working for petrol and diesel engines. sketch and working. Need. Subject Content 1. 2. elements. 2. Need of attitude. sketch. 2. Scope & importance of Automobile Engineering (AE) in industries.6 2 2. 2. elements .2 1. .6 Petrol injection -functions. Vehicle –types of bodies. working.3 Need and working of various types of LPG/CNG kits. classification.5 Carburettor-functions. limitations and applications. Indian and international manufacturers. performance parameters .5 1.4 Know the objectives of learning this subject.4 Air.1 1.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. types.2 Fuels-types. types. elements. knowledge & skill required for application of AE. sketch. 3 1 1. properties and applications.(including earth moving machineries. working and applications. merits. 2. limitations and applications. fuel used and general arrangement sketch for each.3 1. description/ specification.8 Fuel injection systems for LPG and CNG-functions. 2.0 ENGINE SYSTEMS. performance parameters . important dimensions and specification parameters.components and their function.

types. 3. elements and working. working and applications. working and applications.their types and working. sketch/arrangement . 3. elements. need and applications. functions and requirements.17 Suspension –introduction. types and working.13 Gear box. 3.concept . 3. general arrangement.12 Clutch. differential. transmission. 3. components. working and performance parameters. sketch. types.essential requirements . working and applications.13 Supercharging and turbo charging. 3.types (including final. 3. functions and essential features. working and applications. Note : Application type (selection of spares/consumables/ etc) question/s of 4-6 marks out of 70.10 Transmission system-types(electrical & electromagnetic.0 TRANSMISSION AND SUSPENSION SYSTEMS.important terminology in context of automobile engineering (including first/second/third/reverse/neutral gear). 3.15 Driving axle. etc).principle of operation. types.18 Suspension system. working and applications.11 Lubrication-main parts of engine required lubrication. standards/designations. working and applications.essential requirements . sketch/ arrangement . types .9 Introduction and requirement of transmission system. sub types.12 Engine cooling system-need.14 Drive line – types (including propeller shaft. sprockets. sketch.21 Tyres. elements . elements . constructional sketch/arrangement.2.16 Rear axle-functions. hydraulic and mechanical) and sub types. 2. types. types and applications. chains). sketch/arrangement.19 Wheels.10 Engine lubricants-types. specifications and applications. 3.11 Main units (clutch. drive line and driving axle). half shaft. elements.20 Need and methods of wheel balancing. Note : Application type (selection of spares/consumables/ etc) question/s of 6-8 marks out of 70. types and applications. 2. 3.9 Fuel injection pump and fuel injector-functions. 3.sketch/arrangement. 3. universal joint.their sub units. types and sub types. 3. 3 10 . 2. properties and applications. 2. 3.

Note : Application type (identifying troubles and suggesting remedies) question/s of 4-6 marks out of 70.11 Major systems (starting. their causes and remedies. 5.14 Various tests and certificates requirements for on-road condition.0 CONTROL SYSTEMS.0 REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE. types.12 Common troubles and their remedies for electrical systems. requirements. ignition and lighting). regular checking of various alignments. 6.types. elements.functions. 4. sketch/arrangement. functions.12 Braking system. sketch/arrangement. 6.functions.10 Standard operative conditions for test.6 Requirements for running automobiles (like changing lubricants.13 Various emission standards and parameters for Pollution Under Control (PUC) certification. elements . cleaning and adjustment. their subcomponents and functions.10 Power steering. 6 5 5. working and applications.types. etc .purpose. various agencies and documents 6 7 3 . Note : Application type (selection of spares/consumables/ etc) question/s of 3-5 marks out of 70.9 Tools/equipments/devices used for carrying out preventive/breakdown maintenance and their applications.15 Insurance-need. 6.5 Preventive maintenance steps for various automobiles.0 STANDARDS AND CERTIFICATIONS. 6. 4. 7. 6. types and working.8 Steering system.) 6.4 4. classification and types-sketch/arrangement. noise level. basic parts and working. 2 6 6.9 Steering gears.0 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. 7.11 Front and rear axle. engine tuning. working and applications. 4.7 Fault tracing methods and tools/equipments/ devices/ instruments used for fault tracing. 4. 5.8 Common troubles. general arrangement. regular checking of brake shoes and other parts. stub axlefunctions their shapes and working. 4. charging. 7. working and applications. 7.

FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR.Rajput (Laxmi Publications) KIRPAL SINGH . Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 40:30:30. e. Reference Books: 1. Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. Automobile Engineering R. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. Total 42 Notes: QQ. c. FOR STUDENTS. d. Automobile Engineering 2. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers. 7. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic.required.16 Valuation-need and considerations. b. a. RR. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. a.K.

Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 1. Performance tests (including SFC and BHP) for gas based engine. Hrs. Dismantle . 2. Visit at least one service centre. Wheel balancing. control and steering systems of any one vehicle. assembly and align/ balance various automotive arrangements. 1. transmission . Identify and rectify simple and common troubles. c. 2 01 Study and demonstration Performance 02 03 04 05 06 07 4 4 2 6 Industrial Visit 08 2 2 - . Visit at least one automotive manufacturer. Performance tests (including SFC and BHP) for petrol and diesel engines. assembly and alignment of engine. but the college can do more experiences if possible. b.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. Preventive maintenance of two wheeler.VI Subject Name: AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING PRACTICE NOTE:. Dismantling. 2.Strengthen know how for fundamental theory of machines and thermal engineering concepts. Various automotive systems.Following are the minimum experiences required. Read/interpret given automotive arrangement drawings.

(Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. dd)Each student should prepare and present one real case which focus on troubles and remedies. movies. i. seminar presentation. rough layout. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. iv. Notes: SS. Type . iii. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. a. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. Details. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Assignments (Home Assignment) bb) Prepare and present seminar individually in your batch. Experience description / data and objectives. 09 cc) Download individually visual aids. b. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. b.Download. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. etc. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed. 6 10 Solve the given tutorials and assignments. etc of industry. iii. products. content and other related content for the given case/situation. Safety norms and precautions observed.location. FOR STUDENTS. Steps / procedure to execute experience. photocopies. TT. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. ii. . ii. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. human resource. Brief details of industry visited. a. c. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. printed content(except visual aids).(For subject AIE). Term work report content of each experience should also include following. i.

Interpret/read given simple automotive system. e. productivity concepts. cost effectiveness . iii. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . d. Automobile Engineering 4. quality consciousness and quality standards.Rajput (Laxmi Publications) KIRPAL SINGH . Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. Automobile Engineering R.v.Practical examination will include followings: i. Dismantle/assemble/align given automotive case. vi.culture and attitude. Reference Books: 3. Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. Viva ii.K.

) of 4-6 marks out of 70.5 Basic elements of close loop control systems.1 Fundamentals of electrical quantities-voltage. Know the objectives of learning this subject.types. 2.1 1. working and applications of : .2 1. 1. No. 2. knowledge & skill required for application of Mechatronics.5 Diodes-types.VI Subject Name: Sr. 3. designing logic gate circuit.4 Semiconductors-intrinsic and extrinsic.8 Integrated circuits-concept and basic structure. and inductor.6 Sequential and microprocessor based controllers. working and applications. boolean algebra and De Morgan laws. combination of these. 2. current .1 Performance terminology.4 Systems.2 Static and dynamic characteristics.2 Passive components used in electronics-resistor. capacitor. logic gates. power. etc. 2. construction. 3. MECHATRONICS . direct current (dc) and alternating current (ac).0 SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS. Need.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. 3.6 Rectifiers. 2. working and applications. measurement systems and control systems.9 Number systems. 3.types. working and applications. 2. 3 1 Subject Content 1. 1.3 2 6 3 8 .Displacement . 2. Need of attitude. Note : Question/s (application type-selection of components. Hrs.3 Types . scope & importance of Mechatronics in industries. 2. 1. position and proximity sensors. 2. working and applications. working and applications.0 INTRODUCTION. 1.3 Transformers-types. resistance. automatic camera-block diagram.0 BASIC ELECTRONICS. 2. work .7 Transistors.

3 Solid state switches-types. cylinders and process control valves . 4.Servo motors. cams. types.0 MECHANICAL ACTUATION SYSTEMS. Note : Question/s (application type-selection and justification of sensors.5 Digital to Analog Conversion (DAC) and Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC).Fluid pressure.circuit. .AC motors. 5..1 Electrical systems for actuators. .Velocity and motion. 5.DC motors.4 Selection criteria of sensors. belt and chain drives. .Force. constructional features. pressure control valves. . 4 6 5 8 . 5.2 Pneumatic and hydraulic actuation systems: fundamentals.) of 4-6 marks out of 70. sketch and working of directional control valves. 3. kinematic chains. working / arrangements and applications.Stepper motors. gear trains. actuation systems) of 4-6 marks out of 70.0 ELECTRICAL ACTUATION SYSTEMS. 3. operational (input/output) parameters. working and applications. 4. . working and applications.5 Basic principle.Light.1 Basics of mechanical actuation systems: types of motion. 5. rotary actuators. bearings-fundamentals. functions and applications. 5. . actuation systems) of 4-6 marks out of 70. applications. 5.2 Mechanical switches and relays –types. selection criteria and applications of : . etc. Note : Question/s (application type-selection and justification of ele. arrangements/ working. Note : Question/s (application type-selection and justification of ele.Temperature. . ratchet and pawl. .Liquid flow and liquid level. 4.4 Solenoids – concept and applications.

selection and examples of applications. logic functions. 6.3 Develop at least two simple mechatronic system for given set of input and output conditions. windscreen . FOR PAPER SETTER/MODERATOR. input/output processing and programming.6 6.6 Serial and parallel interface. Optional questions must be asked from the same topic. FOR STUDENTS. c. d. Note : Question/s (application type-design of simple mechatronic systems) of 8-10 marks out of 70. It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. 7. bathroom scales.4 Microcontroller-general block diagram. a. 7. 7. 6.1 Interfacings-concept and need. selection and examples of applications. 7. elements . Ask the questions from each topic having marks weightage proportionate to hours allotted to that topic. types/examples/versions/families and their features.0 INTERFACINGS.3 Microprocessor-general block diagram . Total 6 7 5 42 Notes: UU. 6. elements.2 Simple mechatronic design-timed switch . elements. 6. . working.1 Traditional and mechatronic system design. 6.5 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)-basic structure. 6. working. That is weightage of compulsory attendance part of questions will be equal to proportionate to hours allotted to each topic. Refer GTU syllabus and do not take reference of previous TEB question papers.2 Interface requirements.0 MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS. VV. Marks ratio of knowledge: comprehension: application types questions must be 30:30:40 respectively. working. b. selection and examples of applications. a.

.Bolton(Pearson Education). Mechatronics Mechatronics HMT(TMGH).e. 2. Submit solution / answer keys along with distribution of marks in each question for the paper being submitted. W. Reference Books: 1.

Select components and develop the logic & arrangement for simple mechatronic systems. Elements of electrical actuation systems. Identify situations where Mechatronics can be applied for automation. LABORATORY EXPERIENCES : Experience Type Preparatory Experienc e Number Description of Laboratory Experience 27. but the college can do more experiences if possible.Following are the minimum experiences required. Strengthen know how for basic electrical and electronics engineering . NOTE:. c. Three working mechatronic systems.GUJARAT TECHNOGICAL UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER. pneumatic and hydraulic actuation systems. Hrs. Perform and correlate input and output for Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC) and Digital to Analog Conversion (DAC). theory of machine and machine design concepts. Prepare the logic gate base digital circuit on given input conditions and confirm the desired output. Appreciate main objectives of learning this subject: a. electronics components & devices. Input required parameters and confirm the desired output-with microprocessor. micro 6 2 2 4 . Working of all types of sensors. 28. 2 01 Study and demonstration 02 03 04 05 Performance 06 07 08 Elements of mechanical. Develop the ability to interpret / read simple digital circuits / Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs).VI Subject Name: MECHATRONICS PRACTICE. b.

It is advised that student download this copy of syllabus and plan to achieve the objectives of learning this subject. prepare and test four simple 8 mechatronic system for given set of conditions/parameters/requirements in a batch. (Copy downloaded content and seminar of whole batch In one /one set of CD/DVD) Industrial visit Assignments (Home Assignment) controller and programmable logic controller (PLC). a. Solve the given tutorials and assignments. Term work report of student of regular mode should exclude Distance Learning manual. 11 12 Visit at least two related industries. etc. b. One assignment must be on preparation of chart / diagram / poster / graph / drawing / etc on half imperial size of drawing sheet. Skill/s which is / are expected to be developed in student after completion of experience. content and other related content for the given case/situation. Term work report content of each experience should also include following. (Seminar topic has to be given by teacher). printed content(except visual aids).09 Download and seminar presentation. photocopies. (Case/situation has to be given by teacher)Present and discuss the same in your batch. FOR STUDENTS.(For subject Mechatronics). ii. B. 4 10 ff) Download individually visual aids. . Steps / procedure to execute experience. Focus should be on developing the termwork as original efforts of students. iii. Design . a. movies. b. Total 28 Notes: A. FOR STUDENTS AND SUBJECT TEACHER/S. i. Experience description / data and objectives. Attach copy of syllabus as part of term work. ee) Prepare and present seminar individually in your batch.

etc of industry. Viva ii. v. Details. vi. iv. productivity concepts. Term work is to be defended (along with term work) with practical examination by external and internal examiners . Any other details / observations asked by accompanying faculty. Reference Books: 1.culture and attitude. Term work content of industrial visit report should also include following. cost effectiveness . W. .Bolton(Pearson Education). quality consciousness and quality standards. 2.c. Student’s own observation on Industrial environment. prepare and test the simple mechatronic system for given set of conditions/parameters/requirements.Practical examination will include followings: i. Term work should also include experience logbook duly certified by subject teachers. Interpret/read given simple PCB. e. rough layout. Brief details of industry visited. iii. description and broad specifications of machineries/ processes observed.location. ii. iii. Perform any one experience from experience number 6 and 7. human resource. i. Type . d. iv. Mechatronics Mechatronics HMT(TMGH). Safety norms and precautions observed. Design . products.

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