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Introduction of heat transfer: Temperature, heat and thermal equilibrium, basic definition and law of heat transfer, modes of heat transfer, steady and unsteady heat transfer, and significance of heat transfer. Conduction Heat Transfer: Fourier equation, general heat conduction equation: Cartesian co-ordinate, cylinder co-ordinate, spherical co-ordination, conduction through plane wall, composite wall cylindrical, multi cylindrical wall, spheres. Critical thickness of insulation , heat transfer from extended surface , steady state flow of heat along a rod, governing differential equations and their solution, heat dissipation from infinite long fin, insulated tip , fin performance .
Convection: Stroke energy equation, hydrodynamic and thermal boundary layers: laminar boundary layer equation; forced convection appropriate non dimensional members, flow over flat plate, similarity solution. Von-karman’s method, effect of Prandtl number. laminar flow through circular pipe. Natural Convection: Dimensional analysis Grashoff number, boundary layers in external flow (flow over a flat plate only), boundary layer equations and their solutions. Heat transfer Correlation. Unit 3. Radiation: Salient features and characteristics of radiations, absorptive, reflectivity and transmissivity, spectral and spatial energy distribution, wavelength distribution of black body radiation, planck’s law. Total emission power. Stefan Boltzman law, Wien‘s displacement law,kirchoff’s law , intensity of radiation & Lambert’s consine law.
Heat transfer in IC engine: Water and air cooling of engines, combustion systems and variation of gas temperatures, heat transfer coefficients, calculations of heat rejection to coolant. Heat transfer, temperature distribution and thermal stress in piston, piston ring, cylinder liner. Heat transfer through cylinder head, fins and valves, Effect of various operating parameter on engine heat transfer.
Heat exchangers used in IC engine : Principles of different type of Heat exchanger. Type of radiators , inter cooler and after cooler . EGR cooling and EGR coolers. Engine coolant and their properties.
5AE2 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS 3L MM:100
Unit 1 Storage Batteries: Principles, construction and operation of lead acid battery, battery capacity, efficiency, rating and performance. Determination of battery size. Electrolyte, Battery tests, Battery charging equipment and methods. Battery faults. Unit 2 Starter and charging system: Starting system requirements, sizing of starter motor and selection, characteristics of starter motor, type of starting, motor drive mechanisms, starter switch, starter system fault. DC Generator & AC alternators. Magneto. Armature reaction, cut out relay, voltage and current regulator system for generator and alternators. Unit 3 Auxiliary systems: Types of lamps used in automobile, head light, tail light, fog lights, brake light, side indicator, parking and other indicating lights. Principle of automotive illumination, dash board lights, indicators and meters, speedometers, electric horn, wind shield wiper, heaters & defrosters, electric horn and relay devices, Different types of gauges and indicators. Electrical fuel pump. Unit 4 Ignition system: Working of coil ignition system and its components, spark advance mechanisms, limitations of coil ignition systems. Advantages of electronic ignition systems, types of solid state ignition systems and their principle of operation. Contact less electronic ignition system, electronic spark timing ands its control. Unit 5 Automotive sensors: Description and working of different engine and vehicle sensors such as speed sensor, tyre pressure sensor, oxygen sensors, fuel level sensor etc.
5AE3 : COMPUTER GRAPHICS & DESIGN 3L+1T MM:100
Unit-1 Computer hardware and software : Introduction – An overview of CAD – computer fundamentals – classification of computers – Data communication – configuration of computer system for design – Design work stations – Interactive display device – Input device – Output device – Computer software Unit –2 Computer Drafting :Graphical input techniques - Transformation in graphics – Drafting through high level languages – Fundamentals of 2D drafting – 3D drawings. Unit –3 Modeling of Curve, Surface and Solid: introduction – 3D geometry – Surface types – Conventions – attributes – Geometry – Example of surface modeling – Solid modeling. Unit-4 Graphic standards: Introduction – Standards for graphics programming – Graphic standards – Product data exchange specification – Other data exchange formats. Unit -5 Interfacing Drafting and Design Analysis: introduction – Parametric design – Script file – Application of a drawing exchange file – A design and drafting example – Operation in batch mode
panto graph. Turning moment diagram and flywheel Unit 5 Gears: Law of gearing. Tchbeicheff straight line. interference and undercutting. helical and spiral gears. standard interchangeable tooth profile.5AE6 : THEORY OF MACHINE 3L+1T MM:100 Unit 1 Kinematics: Element. four bar chain and its inversions. displacement. terminology. Unit 2 Brakes: Band. compound. velocity and acceleration curves for different cam flowers. braking system of automobiles. braking action. synthesis of mechanism. piston thrust and forces on connecting rod. velocity and acceleration. Gyroscope: Principle of gyroscope couple. Scott-Russel. pairs. stabilization of sea vessels. Instantaneous centre method. effect of gyroscopic couple and centrifugal force on vehicle taking a turn. Unit 4 Inertia force analysis: Velocity and acceleration of slider crank and four bar mechanism. Gear trains: Simple. indicator diagram mechanisms. inertia force. . corolis component. Klein construction. consideration of pressure angle and wear. analysis of motion of followers for cams with specified contours. tooth form. Dynometers Absorption and transmission type dynamometers. rope and hydraulic dynamometers Unit 3 Cams: Types of cams. analytical. minimum number of teeth on pinion in contact with gear or rack. reverted and epicyclic gear trains. Block and band & block brakes. prony. graphical and vector methods for velocity ratio. tabular. mechanisms.
advantage and limitations. centrifugal clutch. Electric drive: Principle of electric drive. four wheel drive vehicle. Multistage torque converter. multi plate clutch. Early ward Leonard control system. general arrangements for power transmission for front engine. advantage of electric drive.5AE5 : AUTOMOTIVE TRANSMISSION 3L MM:100 Unit-1 Transmission requirements: Requirements of transmission system. torque capacity and performance curve. Unit. constructional details.4 Hydrostatic drive: Various types of hydrostatic system. epicyclic gear box. torque flite. Unit.2 Gear box: Requirements of gear box. Automatic transmission fluid. overdrive. rear engine vehicle. . electromagnetic clutch. constructional details. Chevrolet turbo glide transmission system. constant mesh gear box. Unit. torque capacity and clutch friction materials. Torque converter : principle of operation.5 Automatic Transmission: Need for automatic Transmission. Unit. sliding mesh gear box. working principle of hydrostatic system. Jenny hydrostatic drive. dead axle and axle less transmission. converter fluid. constructional details. torque capacity and performance curve. Clutch: Single plate. limitation of electric drive. comparison of hydrostatic and hydrodynamic drive. performance characteristics in different speed . effect of automatic transmission on vehicle performance and fuel economy. synchromesh gear box.3 Hydrodynamic drive: Fluid Coupling : principle of operation. Modify Leonard control system. velocity ratio and gear ratio for vehicle.
Unit-4 Supercharging & Turbo charging: Objective. Engine heat balance.I. engines and Gas turbines-Comparison of Air standard cycle-Fuel air cycle and actual cycles.I. Droplet and spray combustion theory-stages of combustiondelay period-peak pressure-Heat release-Gas temperature-Diesel knock. diesel. Cold starting. stages of combustion. MM:100 . Air motion-turbulence. torque and speed. penetration and atomization. swirl squish and tumble. knocks sensing. Combustion in premixed and diffusion flames-Combustion process in IC engines. Abnormal combustion-knocking. cool flames. Unit-3 CI Engine Combustion: Mixture preparation-fuel sprays characteristics-droplet size. Cycle-to-cycle variations. Effect of turbo charging on engine performance. turbochargers and turbo charging methods. mechanical and volumetric efficiencies of an engine. Flammability limits of various fuels. combustion chamber design.5AE 4 : ADVANCED IC ENGINE – I 3L+1T Unit-1 Fundamentals: Cycle Analysis: Operating cycles of S. alcohol and hydrogen fuels-Chemical energy and heating values-Chemical equilibrium ad maximum temperature. various methods of measuring steady state and transient engine friction. arrangement of exhaust manifold for turbocharged engines. engine performance parameters and performance maps. superchargers. supercharging principles for SI and CI engines. flame propagation. Study of different combustion chamber designs. ignition delay. flame quenching. Trends in downsizing of engines. and C. charge cooling methods. Determination of thermal. various types of engine dynamometers. Flame speed and area of flame front. indicating diagram and measurement of IHP. Ignition. Effect of different design and operating variable on CI combustion. Engine friction. Unit-2 SI Engine Combustion: Mixture preparation. surface ignition. knock control. Multipoint fuel injection in gasoline engines. Combustion of Fuels: Combustion stoichiometry of petrol. Methods of measurement of BHP. Effect of various design and operating variables on gasoline combustion. Unit-5 Performance Testing of Engines: Basic engine testing.
. c.II 2P MM:100 1. To plot theoretical temperature profile by dividing the thickness in minim e. Thermal conductivity of given insulating powder. Effectiveness. Critical thickness of insulation. Efficiency. c. b. Perform the experiment No. b. (Experimentally & using empirical correlation). 6. 7. State all assumption applied in above calculation 2. Comparison of experimental & theoretical temperature profile d. Constant heat flux & compare with experimental heat transfer coefficient by neglecting radiation losses & by considering radiation losses. Convective heat transfer coefficient. Constant surface temperature. d. To find the connective heat transfer coefficient of a given cylinder in vertical position by neglecting radiation losses by assuring. b. To perform the experiments on pin fin test rig in forced convection by neglecting radiation losses and to calculate: a. Heat the same exercise by considering radiation losses. 3. To determine the efficiency and effectiveness of an automobile radiator. 5. 4. To find emmisivity of a grey body relative to a given black body and to find out the Stefan Boltzman constant. For Given apparatus determine : a. 4 by using cylinder in horizontal position. Thermal resistant of insulating powder five parts. To find the overall heat transfer coefficient of parallel flow / Counter flow Heat Exchanger.5AE7 : THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB . a.
Study of different type of Battery construction and different battery test. 6.) 3. . wiring harness. Study of various electronics system ( Electronic fuel injection system. 4.5AE8 : AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICALS AND ELECTRONICS LAB 2P MM: 50 1. lighting system. Trouble shooting with Ignition system. Warning lights . 7. Air bag . Study of different automotive electrical system (Starting system. Electric Horn . Wind shield wipers system ) 8. 2. Assembling and dismantling of Starter motor used in automobile. Ignition system. Electronic ignition system . 5. Study of different Electrical Equipments & Accessories ( Speedometer. Study of different color code system used in automotive wiring system. ABS . Electronic fuel injector cleaner). Study of different sensor used in modern automotive system. 9. Assembling and dismantling of alternator used in automobile.
Study of single suspension Test . 7. 9. Solid Modeling using Autocad. noise measurement system. Study of planetary gear box. To determine mass moment of inertia of a fly wheel. ωp for gyroscope. To perform wheel balancing and wheel alignment test. Four assignments on 3-D wire frame/surface/solid modeling using any advaced modeling software such as ADAMS CAR & Packages mentioned above containing solid models of complicated machine parts and simple 3D assembly containing 5 or more parts Programming on Graphics using Visual C++ and Open GL. Components drawing. ω. 8. seat Dynamic Test. To plot force v/s radius and lift v/s speed curves for governors. Study of damping material effectiveness measurement system .5AE9 : SOFTWARE AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS LAB 2P MM:100 1. Study of a lathe gear box. To plot pressure distribution curves on a journal bearing. 4. Study of ride comfort test system . 10. To verify the relation T= I. 2. Exercises using Auto LISP 2. 3. 11. 12. 5AEDC DISCIPLINE AND EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES MM:50 . Study of a sliding mesh automobile gear box. assembly drawing and 3-D modeling on AutoCAD. 5. 5AE10 : DYNAMICS OF MACHINE LAB 2P MM:100 1. 6. 3. ANSYS/NISA/ Pro-engineer/CATIA/ IDEAS or equivalent software. To perform static and dynamic balancing on balancing setup. Various Hydraulic and electromechanical actuator.
loading points. Basic requirements of design. Principle of Design. Classification of design. materials. Unit -2 Design of IC Engine Parts: General considerations of Engine Design. Crank shaft. Principle of Similitude. requirements of clutches.6AE1 : AUTO CHASSIS AND AUTO SYSTEM DESIGN 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Introduction of Auto System Design: Aspects of Auto Design. braking efficiency. Quality of Design Engineer. design for dimensions of clutch. general design consideration. braking torque on the shoe. braking of vehicle for two wheel drive and four wheel drive. design the equation for power transmitted through single plate and multi plate clutch for Uniform wear and uniform pressure. equation for centrifugal clutch. stability. Design Procedure. . Unit – 3 Design of Clutch: Types of friction clutches. materials for spring. braking of vehicle for curved path calculation of mean lining pressure and heat generation during brake operation. testing of frames in bending and torsion. Unit – 4 Design of Brake: General design considerations. types of frame. Design of universal Joint. effect of expanding mechanism of shoes on braking torque. design of helical coil spring. calculation of stresses on sections construction details. and Design of Engine Components like: Piston. Cylinder. Valves. Connecting rod. Unit – 5 Design of Suspension System: Function suspension system in automobile. Propeller Shaft: Design of Propeller shaft. Automotive chassis and chassis frame: general considerations related to chassis layout. leaf spring. standard sizes of automobile suspension spring. power plant location. weight distribution.
A. Unit-2 Systems Response: First and second order system response to step. Servomotors. Experimental determination of frequency response. Simplifies Bode diagrams. temperature control systems. Concept of time constant and its importance in speed response. hydraulic servos meters. error detection. Graphical relationship. setting systems gain.C. open and closed loop systems. thermal systems. Differential equations for mechanical systems. Stability analysis using Bode diagrams.6AE2 : AUTOMATIC CONTROL ENGINEERING 3L+1T Unit-1 MM:100 Introduction: Concepts of automatic controls. Unit-3 Block diagrams. Unit-4 Frequency Response: Polar and rectangular plots for frequency response. block representation of system elements. Signal Flow Graphs and Transfer Function: Definition of transfer function. Requirements of an ideal control system. Unit-5 Systems Analysis: Systems Analysis using logarithmic Plots: Bode attenuation diagrams.C. relative stability. Systems Analysis using Root Locus Plots: Definitions of root locus plots and root loci. concept of margin gain and phase margin. D. Response of a system to an external disturbance. Reduction of block diagrams and signal flow paths. ramp and sinusoidal inputs. Routh’s Hurwitz criterion. System analysis using Niquest diagrams. M & N cycles. signal flow graphs. Mathematical concept of stability. concept of feedback control. System Compensation . motors. Electrical systems such as servos. transnational and rotational systems. gain formula to block diagrams. Basic properties. Hydraulic systems. integrating devices.
Test procedures for various types of evaporative emissions. utility vehicles. UBHC and NOx. Japan and USA. injection timing retard. unburnt hydrocarbon. smoke and particulate matter. constant volume sampling. effect of various design and operating variables on formation of CO. light and heavy duty commercial vehicles used in India. Europe. Emission Test Procedures: Various test cycles for emission testing of two-three wheelers. passenger cars. inter-cooling. general mechanisms and kinetics of formation of carbon-monoxide. NOx-particulate trade-off. fundamentals of catalytic converters. utility vehicles. gasoline port injection and gasoline direct injection. Discussion of various technologies for reducing engine out emissions from a compression ignition engine such as turbo charging. . Unit-3 Emissions from Compression Ignition engines: Types of emissions from compression ignition engine. oxides of nitrogen and particulate matter due to combustion. ozone layer depletion and global warming. soot and smoke formation. fuel injection pressure. Evaporative emissions and their control. effect of fuel sulfur on aftertreatment devices. diesel particulate filter. exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) etc. three-way catalyst. effect of air-fuel ratio on emissions. extended Zeldovitch mechanism for formation of NOx. Europe. Unit-4 Exhaust Aftertreatment: Need for exhaust aftertreatment. Discussion on different technologies for reducing engine out emissions from a spark ignition engine.6AE5 : AUTO EMISSION AND POLLUTION CONTROL 3L MM:100 Unit-1 Engine emissions and air pollution: Constituents of engine exhaust responsible for air pollution and their effect on human health. light and heavy duty commercial vehicles used in India. greenhouse gases. effect of various design and operating variables on formation of NOx. lean and rich mixture. Flame ionization detector. diesel oxidation catalyst. Formation of Pollutants: Combustion generated and other pollutants. passenger cars. Equipment for Emission Measurements: NDIR analyzers. Photochemical smog. Unit-2 Emissions from Spark ignition engines: Types of emission form spark ignition engines. Japan and USA. Unit-5 Study of emission standards for two-three wheelers. importance of mixture formation. measurement of smoke and particulate matter. plant ecology. study of various mechanism of formation of unburnt hydrocarbon. Kyoto protocol and carbon trading. chemiluminescence analyzer.
influence of size. Design of finite life. boundary etc. hydrodynamic. Unit 2 Design of Bolts: Preloading of bolts. design and force analysis of spur. rope and pulley drive system. wear and Dynamic load considerations. Design of Springs:Helical compression. chain & sprocket drive systems. Design of weldments: welds subjected to eccentric loading and combined stresses. body of C-clamp. selection of oil seals. effects of initial tension and applied load bolts subject to variable stresses. Bearing reactions due to gear tooth forces. Methods of lubrication. Design of curved members: Crane hook. helical. loading pattern. machine frame etc Unit 3 Design of flywheels Design of belt. Minimum film thickness and thermal equilibrium. bevel and worm gears. Springs under Variable Stresses. Unit 5 Design of sliding & journal bearing: method of lubrication. hydrostatic. helical. . torsional and leaf springs. soderberg. surface finite. beval and worm analysis of spur.6AE3 : DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS II 3L MM:100 Unit 1 Fatigue Considerations in Design: Variable load. Unit 4 Design of Gear: lewis and Buckkhingam equations. Goodman line. design og machine members subjected to combined. Selection of anti-friction bearings for different loads and load cycle Mounting of the bearings. steady and alternating stresses. Design of shafts under Variable Stresses. Endurance stresses. notch sensitivity & stress concentration.
effect of tyre and vehicle parameter on stability and handling characteristic. . evaluation of vehicle vertical vibration to ride comfort criterion. Unit-3 Braking performance. effect of flywheel inertia on acceleration.Various forces opposing vehicle motion. brake locking anti lock drives. stability of vehicle on slop. Transient operation of vehicles: inertia effects. braking efficiency. stopping distance. front wheel and all four wheels. Vehicle Dynamics Definitions as prescribed by SAE. calculation of mean lining pressure and heat generation during brakes. equivalent moment of inertia. acceleration. time taken in synchronization during change of gears. Tractive effort and power available from the engine. lateral acceleration. Unit-5 Two wheeler dynamics: Stability & handling. mass transfer effects. various vehicle models. reaction time and stopping time. maximum tractive effort and weight distribution. Braking of vehicles. net driving power. road performance curves. steady state response. under steer and over steer. equation of motion. directional stability Unit-2 Performance characteristics of road vehicle. curvature response. vehicle motion ride control. gradability. dynamic of vehicles on banked track. fundamental equations for true rolling. Unit-4 Vehicle ride characteristics: Human response to vibration. equivalent mass. gyroscopic effect. Ackerman steering gear. road surface profile as a random function. Newtonian and lagrangian formulations of multibody systems. Handling and stability characteristics: Steering geometry. motion on straight and curved path. yaw velocity. drawbar pull. their nature and factors affecting these forces. gyroscopic effects . Steady state handling neutral steer. frequency response function. brakes applied to rear wheels.6AE4 : VEHICLE DYNAMICS 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Introduction. vehicle ride models.
trouble shooting of air conditioning system. Unit-4 Psychrometry: Introduction.low and high pressure switch. Psychrometric properties.classification. servicing heater system. compressor service. location of air conditioning component in a car – schematic layout of a refrigeration system. VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Air conditioning fundamentals:. expansion device – expansion valve calibration . . air flow through the dashboard recirculating unit. eco friendly refrigerants. Unit –3 Refrigerants: Introduction . handling of refrigerants. commonly used refrigerants. component like compressor. leak testing. charging and discharging. properties. condenser. duct system. containers.6AE6 : AUTOMOTIVE HEATING. selection criteria. Unit –2 Air conditioning heating system: automotive heaters – manually controlled air conditioner – heater system –automatically control air conditioner – air conditioning protection with heater diagnosis chart. basics of vehicle air conditioning system. performance testing. global warming and ozone forming potential of refrigerants. Air distribution: introduction. Inside and outside design conditions of air conditioning system. ventilation. factors affecting design of air distribution system. fundamentals of refrigeration. fan blower. vacuum reserve Unit-5 Air conditioning maintenance and service : cause of air conditioner failure. removing and replacing components. evaporator pressure regulator . types of air distribution system.
ignition systems and spark plug. Study of janny hydrostatic drive. 6. MM:75 Study of Vehicle stability test.sketches. 6. 2. functions. 6AE9 : AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEM AND POLLUTION LAB 2P 1. 2. Dismantling and assembly of chassis and transmission component by using special tools measurement and comparison like clutches. CO2. 3. Measurement of HC. differential gearbox. servicing and cleaning and necessary adjustments. 7. . generator. Technical Specification of two and four wheeled (Petrol and diesel) vehicle and trouble shooting chart of all the chassis and transmission components. inspection for wear and tear. 4. crack breakdown. Study of ride comfort in Vehicle. To perform static and dynamic balancing on balancing setup. Inspection and testing of vehicle and engines and preparation of test charts. battery. O2 using exaust gas analyzer. starter motor. 3. 6. 2. Study of torque converter. To perform the wheel balancing test. steering mechanism and braking system. 5. Study of Antilock braking system. Testing and servicing of electrical equipments and accessories. Diesel smoke measurement. propeller shafts.6AE7 : AUTO TRANSMISSION LAB 2P MM:100 1. 4. material Study of NDIR Gas analyzer and Fill Study of Chemi-luminescent NOx analyzer. alternator. CO. Study of Ward Leonard control system. Study of various parameter at the time of application of brake ( Braking efficiency & stopping distance . Study of different steering system used in automobile. 6AE8 : VEHICLE DYNAMICS LAB 2P 1. MM:100 Chassis and transmission components. Reaction time and stopping time) 5. 4. 3. Calculation of gear ratios of respective assemblies. 5. gearboxes.
6AE10 : MACHINE DESIGN LAB-II 2P Problem Solve: 1. 2. 9. 3. 8. 6. torsional and leaf spring Design of Weldments Curved Beams Clutches and brakes Belt Rope and Chain Drive Gear Design Bearing Design Design of flywheel MM:75 6AEDC : DISCIPLINE AND EXTRA CURRICULUM ACTIVITY MM:50 . Fatigue Loading Helical compression tension. 7. 5. 4.
their comparison. MM:100 . Spray penetration. flame structure and speed.7AE1 : ADVANCED IC ENGINE II 3L+1T Unit-1 Combustion in Spark Ignition Engines: Thermodynamic analysis of SI engine combustion. Lean Burn Engines. Unit-2 Combustion in Compression Ignition Engines: Types of diesel combustion systems. droplet size distributions. combustion process characterization. overall spray structure. Trends injection nozzle designs. effects measurement and control. multiple injections. free piston engine. Unit injectors. Ignition systems. Hybrid vehicles. Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) Stratifies Charge Engines. analysis of cylinder pressure data. burned mass fraction. Sauter Mean Diameter. sac volume. Variable Geometry Turbochargers (VGT). VCO nozzles. Fuel injection-fuel spray behavior. Variable compression ratio engines. two valves vs. Special developments: Variable Valve Timing (VVT). Unit-4 Gasoline Engine Developments: Gasoline Port Injection (GPI). indirect injection systems.C. Unit-3 Modern Development in I. rate shaping. atomization. direct injection systems. Variable Swirls Concepts. Cycle-to-cycle variation-causes. Engine: Diesel Engine Developments: Electronic injection systems: Distributor systems. wall wetting and its effect. Common Rail Fuel Injection systems. Fuel Cells. Unit-5 Unconventional Engines: Rotary Engines. four valve engines.
basic design considerations. Unit-5 Modern Approached to Product Design: Concurrent design. Design for assembly and disassembly. Unit-2 Product Design Practice: Introduction. economic considerations. product value vs. Morphology of design. design by evolution. simplification. Program management. stiffness and rigidity considerations in Product design. economics of new product design (Samuel Elion Models). Strength. analysis of the product. design of controls. MM:100 . design for casting. product strategies. Tolerance in detailed design and assembly. Time to market. design by innovation. displays. balanced design. preferred numbers. designing for uniform strength. Unit-4 Ergonomic and economic factors in design: Human being as applicator of forces. functional design. design of ease of machining. Optimization of Design: Design approaches.7AE2 : PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 3L Unit-1 Introduction to Product Design: Asimov’s model. presswork. Johnson’s method of optimum design. role of manufacturing process in design. linear programming. forging. Lagrange multipliers. criteria and objectives of design. Process capability. standardization. geometric programming. Unit-3 Design for production: Producibility requirements for machine components. cost. principle stress trajectories (force flow lines). Product development cycle. role aesthetics in product design. optimization by differential calculus. simultaneous engineering. Essential factors for product design. definition of production design. Man-machine interaction. anthropometry. Quality Function Deployment (QFD).
Advantages and disadvantages of CAD and CAM Hardware for CAD: Basic hardware structure. Features of CNC. hardcopy and storage devices. Unit-4 Computer Numerical Control: Principle of operation of CNC. Influence of computers in manufacturing environment. Computer aided part pragramming NC part programming languages. interfacing of a vision system with a Robot. type of drive systems. Robot applications & economics. basic components of NC system. Input/output devices. Industrial Robots. CPU. Description of compact & NC programming with interactive graphics. working principles. Introduction to Robot Languages. Intelligent robots. Direct Numerical Control (DNC) Standard Communication interfaces. Manual part programming. usages and types of hardware for CAD. End Erectors. Development in CNC systems. Automatically programmed. Unit-5 Robot Technology: Introduction. Economic of NC. Adaptive Control. Basic Robot motions. Fundamentals of NC: Procedure.7AE3 : CAD/CAM 3L MM:100 Unit-1 Introduction: Role of computers in design and manufacturing. Introduction to CAD and CAM. Robotic sensors. working structure. tools programming (APT). Robot physical Configuration. Coordinate system. applications. work cell control and interlocks. tape coding & format. motion control systems. Unit-3 Part Programming: Numerical control part programming: punched tape. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) Communication networks. . Historical Background. machining centers. Unit-2 N C System: Definition. Product cycle in conventional and computerized manufacturing environment. Historical background Role of Computers in Manufacturing. Advantages of NC systems. Technical features such as work volume. weight carrying capacity. precision of movement speed of movement. Numerical Control in CAM: Definition . Trends* New Development in NC. memory.
Unit-2 Instruction Set: instruction format-addressing modes-instruction set of 8085 MPU-TSTATE-Machine cycle and instruction cycles-Timing diagrams-Different machine cyclesFetch and execute operations-estimation of execution times. Code conversion using look up tablesStack and subroutines. 8255. Octal latches and tristate buffers-A/D and D/A converters-Switches. . 8251. DMASerial I/O. Suspension system control. 8279. Driver information. Division. Z-80 and MC 6800 MPU and its pin function: Architecture-Function of different sections. Unit-5 Applications: Data acquisitions. Unit-4 Data Transfer Schemes: Interrupt structure-Programmed I/O-Interrupt driven I/O. Multiplication. LED’s ROM and RAM interfacing. Types of interfacing devices: Input/Output ports 8212. Unit-3 Assembly Language Programming: Construct of the language programming-Assembly format of 8085-Assembly Directive-Multiple precision addition and subtraction-BCD to Binary and Binary to BCD.Temperature control-Stepper motor control-Automotive applications Engine control.7AE4 : MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATION IN AUTOMOBILE 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Architecture: General 8 bit microprocessor and its architecture 8085.
seat dimension. Selection of paints and various processes. . Drag reduction . regulation . Body mechanism. Car body construction. Criteria for vehicle body design. lateral loading Idealized structure – Structural surface –shear panel method.Driver cabin design. testing of frames in bending and torsion. UNIT-5 Safety in vehicle design: Basics of impacts protection. Motor Insurance. Double Decker bus. types of metal section used . welding method.driver's visibility. riveting method. single Decker bus. method of improving visibility and space in cars . design for crashworthiness . construction details. floor height. Driving license . Combined bending and torsion . Types of frame . visibility test. double skin construction. tanker body . Limousine. UNIT –3 Vehicle aerodynamics: Introduction . timber . Commercial vehicle Details: Types of body : Flat platform . Properties of materials. UNIT-4 Body Load: symmetric & asymmetrical vertical loads in car. Aerodynamics forces . Indian Motor acts and its application. light commercial vehicle body types – dimension of driver seat in relation to control. Sedan .7AE5 :VEHICLE AERODYNAMICS AND VEHICLE BODY ENGINEERING 3L+1T MM:100 UNIT-1 Introduction: Importance of vehicle design in modern automobile industries. seat layout . fixed side . loading points. Bus body layout . Rules of the road. Torsion case.corrosion – anticorrosion method. Registration of vehicles. Wind tunnel testing. FRP . window glass winding mechanism. different load case in vehicleBending case . Drag. Hatchback . Scale model testing. Convertibles. bumper system . Construction details. tipper body . engine location. front impact and side impact analysis. Car visibility. drop side . Body material trim and mechanism: Steel sheet . Body trimming process. stability and cross winds various body optimization technique for minimum drag. conventional and integral type construction. Different types of metal joining process used in vehicle body construction.dent beating tools.frame construction . plastic . entrance and exit . Safety in design of car . GRP. Bus Body Details : Types: Mini bus. articulated bus . energy absorbent forms.door lock mechanism .The motors vehicle acts 1988. UNIT-2 Car Body Details: Types : Saloon . Racing and sports car.
CPU. EXAMPLE OF MECHATRONIC SYSTEM: Robotics. 8085 A processor architecture and terminology – such as. Solenoid relays. Microprocessor based controllers. memory and address. pressure regulating valves. pressure sequence valve. proximity sensors and hall effect sensors.Digital. design of mechatronics system. advantage and disadvantage of mechatronics. classification of sensors. principle of working and application of light sensors. state bus. development in transducers technology. Unit-5 HYDRAULIC ACTUATOR: valves – classification. Unit-4 ELECTRICAL ACTUATOR: Classification of actuator system with examples. triacs. necessity op-amps protection. Hydraulic motor . write cycle. pressure relief valves. Direction control valves – sliding spool valve. solenoid operated.7AE6. 8085 pin diagram. and Darlington pair. ALU.types vane motors and piston motors. Solid state switches. register. Hydraulic cylinder – constructional features. fetch cycle. Concept of bouncing method of preventing bouncing of mechanical switches. pressure control valves. Micro controller. permanent magnet motor servo motor. filtering. Concept. mechanical switches. assembler. Data acquisition. ( no detailed discussion on different type of transducers).Multiplexer. Unit-2 SENSORS AND SIGNAL CONDITIONING: Classification of transducers. transistors. application. open and closed loop control. and simulation. System and design – mechatronics approach. Objectives. and wheat stone bridge.1 : MECHATRONICS (ELECTIVE-I) 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 INTRODUCTION: Definition and an overview of mechatronics. servo system. Difference between microprocessor and micro controller. Electrical actuator. man – machine interface. machine – diagnostic. interrupts. Unit-3 MICROPROCESSOR: Introduction. Symbol of hydraulic element.diode thyristor. manufacturing. stepper motor. road vehicles . derives circuit. modeling. data. classification and application.
SOFC ( solid oxide fuel cells) Unit-2 Fuel processing and application of fuel cells: Fuel processing. Power split devices. MCFC ( molten carbonate fuel cells). . ELECTRIC AND HYBRID VEHICLE (ELECTIVE-I) 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Introduction and types of Fuel cell: Introduction : the rational behind fuel cell development. Solar cost. stack engineering fuel processing system application: stationary power. magna charge system. Hybrid car performance. Solar powering house. Unit-5 Solar Vehicles: Introduction and working. portable application Unit-3 Electric Vehicle: Introduction. basic principle of fuel cell. conversion system for transmission. charging system of electric car. working. Unit-4 Hybrid vehicle: Introduction. Gas cleanup. hydrogen from other sources. important reaction such as hydrogen oxidation.general.2 : FUEL CELL. Gasoline Vs electric power. Transmission components of hybrid vehicle. propulsion of vehicle. Electric car motors.PAFC (phosphoric acid fuel cells). methonal oxidation etc. vehicle cell design. operational of fuel cell. Advantage and limitation. producing hydrogen from alcohol. electric car batteries. hydrogen storage system Engineering: fuel cell engineering. anatomy of solar cells.7AE6. co generation of heat and power. producing hydrogen from hydrocarbon. solar cell. photovoltaic cell. efficiency of fuel cell. gasoline hybrid structure. Types of fuel cell: DMFC (direct methanol fuel cell). working. reformer system. Energy lose in solar cell. Different types of hybrid vehicle.
Exponential failure. multiple and sequential sampling plans. Concept of TQM. quality of design. Quality characteristics.3 : QUALITY CONTROL(ELECTIVE I) 3L+1T MM:100 Unit 1 Quality Concept And Management: Evolution of quality control. acceptance control chart. Objective and application of Statistical quality control. Quality circle.5 S campaign. moving average and moving range charts. difference control charts Unit 3 Sampling Plans: Fundamental Concepts of acceptance sampling. Juran. Group Control chart. Quality function deployment. CUSUM chart. quality cost. quality objective and quality policy. conformance. ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 system Unit 2 Control Chart :General theory of control chart. Quality assurance. Unit 4 Life testing and Reliability: Models of probability of equipment failure. MTTF. comparison of various types of sampling plans. Kaizen. process capability analysis. control chart for variable and attributes. designing for reliability. Maintainability.7AE6. density. Seven Quality tools. Ishikawa and Philip Crossby.concept of reliability. Six sigma. acceptance sampling by variables. need of control . sampling plans using different criteria. Reliability measurement and test Unit 5 Quality Management: Philosophies of Deming . Weibull failure . Benchmarking . Concept of poka yoke.
Traffic and administration). fares concession system. scheduled route.4 : VEHICLE TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT (ELECTIVE I) 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 The Infrastructure: Road.preventive. welfare. bus working and schedules: Time table layout uses of flat graph method of presentation preparation of vehicle. Conveyance of staff. decentralized condition (Engineering. stopping places. Local contractor co-operation with the press. records. equipment. Route planning: Sourcing of traffic. minor. Internal organization. traffic advisory committees. advertisements. survey of route. Timing. use of machinery. historical background. Unit-5 The fare structure: Basis of fare. annual awards bonus encouragement vehicle design. maintaining goodwill.7AE6. specialized publicity. Bus-stop. Indian Motor vehicle Act.industrial relation. life of vehicles. Unit-3 Public relation division: Dissemination of information. overhauling-major. handling complaints. forms of publicity. town planning. Approach Road. supplementary costs. numbering determination of vehicle efficiency checking. location of steps. Importance of quality. effect of competition. bus station. efficiency of crew. possibility single verses double deck. National. elimination of hazards factors affecting frequency. administration. Facilities for passengers. average speed running costs.: . Facilities for the visitors. centralized condition. Calculating average zone. platforms layout. Fare collection system. shelters. shelters. system straight and tapered scale. breakdown. preliminary schedule test runs. Traffic condition. requirement and training. health and safety. staff administration. Maintenance. principle of transport management. turning points. signsnotices and directions. state Highways. Operating Cost and types of vehicles: Classification. factor affecting cost per vehicles km traveled. Unit-2 Organization and Management: Forms of ownership. Garages layout of premises. Unit-4 Prevention of accidents: Emphasis of safe driving.
a). cooling and lubricating systems. cleaning and preventive maintenance. b) Machining and simulation of at least two jobs using NC Machine /CAM package. Study of Electronic fuel pump. and brake mean effective pressure (kPa). Brake specific fuel consumption (kg/kWh). 4. Study of alternative fuels used in I. 4. Analysis of simple automotive components by using FEM package. including analog. Study of NC Machine and simulation of cutting/milling operations using CAM package. Perform laboratory course covering the basics of automotive electric and electronic. Study of Common rail direct injections engine. Determine the following engine performance properties for each observation: engine brake power (KW).7AE7 : IC ENGINE LAB-II 2P MM:75 1. Study of circuit construction emphasizing meter usage. 9. onboard diagnosis. Clutch Complete design of clutch component. 10. 5. . Complete assembly drawing using drafting software. Study of various sensor and Electronic control module used in automobile. Study of electronic fuel injection system. 5. 1. 7. Auto lisp programming – writing and execution of at least 3 programs (2D only) 3. To perform computerized engine control systems including sensor testing. Engine. Using Pro/E or any other standard solid modular getting a hardcopy of 4 different automotive 3D objects. 2. 6. scan tool use and fuel injector testing. 7AE8 : CAD/CAM LAB 2P MM:75 1. 2.C. Layout of gear box . 8. 3. fuel. To perform preventive maintenance of the ignition. Gear Box : Gear train calculation . calculation of bearing loads and selection of bearing. digital and oscilloscopes. engine brake torque (N-m). Assembly and dismantling of multi point fuel injection. components and assemblies drawing using drafting software.
3. 7AE10 : Practical training + Industrial visit 2P MM:100 7AE11 : Project . Perform the dent beating process on the metal sheet. passenger seat mechanism.7AE9 : BODY ENGINEERING LAB 2P 1. 2. 5. 4. Study of Modern vehicle design. Study and perform the various painting process on the car. 7. riveting) in the body material. 8.I 2/2P MM:50 7AEDC : DISCIPLINE AND EXTRA CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES MM:50 . Assembling and dismantling of various body mechanisms like door lock mechanism. Study of different types of tool used in body shop Perform the various joining processes welding. 9. 6. TATA 407 model). MM:50 Perform the visibility test on the vehicle. Make the different scale model (Bus body model. window winding machine mechanism. Study of vehicle crash analysis.
properties. methanol -gasoline blend. backfire arrest. timed injection. safety aspects. detailed study of different properties of lubricating oils. Unit-V Engine Lubrication System: engine lubrication system and their components. wet and dry air filtration. lubrication of piston. fundamental of lubricationregimes of lubrication-hydrodynamic. description of engine components working of each of these regimes . oil coolers.performance and emission characteristics of CNG vehicles SI and CI Engines. performance and emission characteristics. availability of CNG properties. Hydrogen : hydrogen as SI engine fuel. properties combustion characteristics. Use of LPG in SI engine: performance and emission for LPG. oil filters. Cylinder liner and its fitment. ethanol and methanol. elasto hydrodynamic lubrication. oil additives. performance and emission characteristics. Unit-IV Engine Tribology of Fundamentals: function of engine lubrication. need for alternative fuels. performance and emission characteristics. Engine performance and emission characteristics with use of biodiesel and its blends. storage and handling. characterization and measurement of cylinder liner surface finish.full flow and bypass filters.gasoline blends. Alcohols: properties of alcohol as SI engine fuel. Unit-II Compressed natural gas. storage. bearing lubrication. combustion characteristics in the fuel engines. ethanol. mixed and boundary lubrication. importance of air filter. biodiesel blends. port injection. worldwide trends in use of bio diesel. bio-diesel properties and standards. mechanisms of lubricating oil consumption. bio-diesel. Merits and demerits of alternative fuels. oil drain intervals and used oil analysis.8AE1 : ALTERNATIVE FUELS AND ENGINE TRIBOLOGY 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-I Introduction: estimation of petroleum reserves. LPG and biogas. modification required to use in engine. production. Lubricating Oils: classification and service rating of lubricating oils. handling and safety aspects. positive crank case ventilation. direct injection of hydrogen in engines. ring and liners. Wear of different engine parts. Biogas generation. . method of measuring engine oil consume\ptin. -Transetherification. Unit-III Bio-diesel: different sources of vegetable oils use of straight vegetable oils in engine. availability and properties of alternative fuels.
elements of computer vision. Unit –3 Control system and components: Basic control system concept and models. proximity sensing. planning of Cartesian path trajectories Unit –5 Robot programming and languages : introduction. proportional and derivative. Electric and pneumatic drive system. links and joints. velocity sensors. Economics aspects of robots. Sensors: Internal state sensors. links. joint interpolated trajectory. feature extraction and object recognition. Unit –2 Classification and structure of robotic system :. wrist and its motions. proportional and integral. Robot drive system : – Hydraulic. Development in robotics. PID. general consideration on trajectory planning. Controllers – proportional. range sensing. Robot safety. transient and response to second order system. D-H representation. Robot actuation and Feedback component – position. rotation matrix about an arbitrary axis. Brief history of robotics .sampling. Transfer function and block diagram of spring mass system. Trajectory Planning: Introduction. Geometrical configurations. End effectors and its type. joint and their parameters. Image processing and analysis. programming language – AML and VAL. sensing and digitizing function in machine vision.quantization-encoding-image storage. manual teaching. Homogeneous transformation. tactile sensor. consideration for assembly oriented product design. rotation matrix. lead through teaching. force torque sensor. Production Design for Robotic Assembly: Production design for robotic and automatic assembly. Task programs. Advantage and disadvantage of drive system.Classification. Resolution. Artificial intelligence . Direct and inverse kinematics. Unit-4 Robot arm kinematics: Introduction. accuracy and repeatability. storing and operating. Overview of robots – Present and future applications. Advantage and disadvantage of using robots I industries.8AE2 : INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Introduction : Automation and robotics.
design a layout for different garage. Garage Practice: Types of service station/garage. cleaning methods. oil relief valve. wheel alignment. . wiper motor. electric fuel pump.head lights focusing. injector testing. tools & equipments. Log books. maintenance schedule. servo. Unit-4 Electric system maintenance: Battery testing method. axles. reconditioning and repairing methods of engine components. Other maintenance record forms.8AE3 : AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE & MANAGEMENT 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Automobile maintenance: Importance of maintenance. brake systems-hydraulic. radiator. transport service undertakings. component retrieval.a DC generator. gauges. tinkering. preventive measures.tires. Air bleeding. Final reduction.coil ignition. minor and major tune up. servicing. working of paint booth .Anti corrosion and antifreeze solutions. Painting : Introduction of automotive paints . Electric horn. ignition system. special tools used for maintenance. AC alternator. Assembly procedure. flasher. corrosion and anticorrosion method. warranty period. transistor assisted ignition. rubbing polishing. Wiring harness testing. charging system. propeller shaft.mechanical automatic types. scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. steering system. regulator. Unit-5 Body repair: minor body panel beating. chassis lubrication schedule. repair and overhauling. and thermostat. air. Cooling systems. Unit-2 Engine Maintenance: Dismantling of engine components. types of paints. Lighting system. unit replacement system. . maintenance record. analysis of breakdown. visual inspection and dimensional check of various engine components. Trip sheets. estimating repair cost. Factors affecting layout. Unit-3 Chassis and drive line maintenance: mechanical automotive type gear box. shouldering. fuel feed systems.door lock mechanism. Lubrication oil topping up. Preparation of check lists. front and rear suspension systems. capacitor discharge ignition. Inspection forms. window glass actuation mechanism. starter motor. FIP adjustment and testing. layout of garage. oil change.
Consistent and Diagonal. numerical integration. Natural frequencies and Mode Shapes. Dynamic Equations. Seredipity elements. Langrangian elements (I-D & 2-D elements). bar and plane bilinear elements. Galerkin Application of these methods to one dimensional boundary value problems.Based FEM for solid mechanics. subdomain collocation. Derivation of finite element equilibrium equations. Co-continuity p and h refinement Unit-4 Variational Method: Variational Approach for known functional of field problems Weighted Residual Methods: Point collection. methods of least square. Stress calculations Isopohmetric Derivation of Stiffness matrices. Unit-5 Finite Elements in Dynamics and Vibrations: Introduction. rectangle. Assembly of elements. . natural coordinates. Displacement and force Boundary conditions. trusses.Rayleigh-ritzand weighted residual method of variational approximation. Structures.8AE4. aspect ratio shape functions. global stiffness matrix and its properties. Node numbering.1 : FINITE ELEMENT METHODS (ELECTIVE-II) 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Basic Concept of Finite element method: Some mathematical preliminaries:Integral formulation and variational methods. Transformations matrix. CST.Numericalsolution of equilibrium problem by Gaussian elimination. Unit-2 Stiffness methods: for steady state problems of discrete systems (Bar. one dimensional heat transfer system) Element stiffness matrix. Gauss elimination method Unit-3 Displacement . lumping of loads. compatibility and convergence requirements. Mass Matrices. fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Mass and Damping Matrices. Damping.
System of Earth Moving Equipments:(a) Engine. retarders. hydraulic cylinders. control valves. Unit-5 Construction and working of earthmovers:. advantages and disadvantages. Tyre brakes and components and functions. Trans hydraulic circuits and controls valves.Hydraulic power steering. basic rules of matching machine. (b) Brakes and Steering. Bulldozer.Basic types and planetary transmission constructional and working principles. turbochargers. Unit-2 (a) Final Drive. Crane. structure and function suspensions like hydraulic suspension. different types and purpose. (c) Hydraulics.Tractors. (c) Under carriage. based on haul distance. purpose and advantages.Tyre and tracked vehicle. Hydro shift automatic Trans torque converters. (b) Method of selection of equipments. wheel landers and dump truck.Type of maintenance schedules.2 : EARTH MOVING EQUIPMENT (ELECTIVE-II) 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Fundamentals soil and machinery. . shovel and scrapers. relief valves and hydraulic motors. selection based on type of soil. (b) Transmission. tractor and components. Differential lock. equipments and operation.All systems of engine and special features like automatic timer. after collars etc. main components and circuit. army tanks.selection of machine. selection of equipment including the nature of operation.Basic components of hydraulic systems like pumps (types). based on weather condition. Owing cost and operating cost. hydraulic lift. organization set ups and documentation.8AE4. calculation of productivity of bulldozer shovel. Unit-3 Earth Moving Equipments Management(a) Earth moving equipments maintenance. Trolley. Unit-4 Calculation of operation capacity and estimating owning and operating cost: Methods of calculation operating capacity. Safety methods and attachments for earth moving equipments.Types of reductions.
Recording Techniques: Micro motion study: Therbligs. operation chart. Procedure for method study: selection of jobs. Methods of wage payment Concept of wage incentive schemes. CPM.8AE4. number of cycles to be studied. Heuristic approach for the line balancing Computerized Layout: Unit-5 Project planning and Control: Network Control. flow diagrams. Simon chart. routing. Line Balancing: Need.W. time study equipment. Merric's Multiple piece rate system. design of work place layout: Analysis in the form of a chart. dispatching and control with other departments. Non-quantative and quantative. aims. uses. flow process chart. Unit-4 Facility Design: Facility location factors and evaluation of alternate location. Man Machine chart. Frank and Lillian Gilbreth and others. Resource allocation and leveling. Cychography and Chronocycle graph: Principles of motion economy. Means of increasing productivity work study. Motion Study. Two hand chart. Determination of standard time: Predetermined Motion Time Systems. Definition. PERT. allowances. Unit-3 Production Planning and Control: Types of production.3 : INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Introduction: Work of F. Scheduling. Taylor. Productivity definition. financial and non financial Holsely premium plan. Unit-2 Work Measurement (Time Study): Definition. Methods of Job evaluation. control cost consideration and optimization. sales forecasting. planning Preplanning. performance rating. types of plant layout and their evaluation. procedure. Aggregate Production planning model: . string diagram. Wages and incentives: Characteristics of a Good wage for incentive system. function of production planning and control. Job Evaluation: Objective of job evaluation.
Forced oscillations. discussion of speeds above and below critical speeds. noise due to industrial equipments. single degree of freedom system. accelerometer and vibrometer. Unit –2 Forced vibrations: single degree of freedom system. torsional vibrations of rods. addition of levels. Raleigh method stiffness of spring elements. base excitation.8AE4. noise reduction. . Natural frequency of free vibration. simple problems. traffice noise index. effect of noise on people. single degree of freedom system. Transmissibility ration. generalized and principle coordinates. Unit. Free vibrations in terms of initial conditions. Solution by complex algebra. Applications. energy is dissipated by damping. Unit-5 Noise and noise control – sound. noise decibel scale. structural damping. Vibration measuring instruments. Concept of critical damping and its importances.vehicle suspension. geared systems. longitudinal vibration of rods. Critical damping and over damping logarithmic decrement. NC curves. dynamic of reciprocating engines. Unit -3 System with two degree of freedom system: introduction. whriling of shafts with and without damping. effect of spring mass. steady state solution with viscous damping due to harmonic force. Damped free vibration: introduction. pressure and density level. sharpness of resonace.4 Continuous systems: Introduction.harmonic excitation. response study of viscous damped system for case of under damping. Euler equations for beams. sound level meters. Building Acoustics. different type of damping. vibration of spring.4 : VEHICLE VIBRATION & NOISE CONTROL 3L+1T MM:100 Unit-1 Undamped free vibration: Introduction. undamped free vibration. principle modes and normal modes coordinates coupling. equivalent viscous damping. concept of response reciprocating and rotating unbalance vibration isolation. perceived noise level.S codes related to noise. overall noise from different frequency ranges. Dynamic vibration absorber. important I.
7. Cylinder re-boring machine c. 4. 4. Valve re-facing machine d. Study and practice of engine analyzer. study and practice on body repair. 7. 2. Nozzle grinding machine 6. 3. wind screen wiper. motorcycles. 8AE6 : AUTO RECONDITIONING LAB 3P MM:125 1. 3. Nozzle tester c. Study of the faults in the electrical systems such as headlights. Study of tyre re-treading and vulcanizing. Simple tinkering and soldering works of body panel. electric horn. Testing of vehicle on chassis dynamometer and models on wind tunnel. scooters. air bleeding from hydraulic brakes and diesel fuel system 5.8AE5 : AUTO MAINTENANCE LAB 3P MM:125 1. trafficator lights. Study and practice on a. experimental study of microprocessors as applied to automobiles . Drawing of general wiring diagram of various vehicles. Study and practice on a. 2. cars. Study and practice on service station equipments and their specifications and servicing of vehicles. brake and hand brake lever and steering wheel play. study and practice of wheel alignment (Mechanical and computerized) and wheel balancing. Connecting rod alignment b. study of door lock and window glass rising mechanisms. starter and charging system. 6. tightening and adjustment.tinkering and painting 8. like mopeds. Wheel bearing. side or parking lights. Heat light focusing test and visibility test 9. Adjustment of pedal play in clutch. Fuel injection pump calibration equipment b. Removal and fitting of tires and tubes. Brake drum skimming machine 5.
8AE7 : SEMINAR 2P MM:100 8AE8 : PROJECT .II 2P MM:200 8AEDC : DISCIPLINE AND EXTRA CURRICULUM ACTIVITY MM:50 .