CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C G

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Semester: B.E. VII Sem. Branch: Mechanical Engineering

Subject: Automobile Engineering; Code: 337711 (37)
UNIT-I Chassis & Frame - Layout of chassis & its main components, types of frames, conventional frames & unitized chassis. Suspension system & Springs -Objects & principles of suspension, system, types, rigid axle suspension & Independent suspension for front & rear ends, simple & double arm parallel & perpendicular type of suspension system. Gas filled suspension system. Springs - Purpose, types viz. leaf, coiled, rubber, air, suspension system, torsion bar, stabilizer, Telescopic damper. UNIT – II Clutches Characteristics, functions, principles of operation of clutch, friction clutch, single plate, multi plate, centrifugal clutch, positive clutch, friction plate clutch lining materials. Torque transmitted and related problems. Fluid flywheel Construction, principles of working & characteristics. UNIT – III Gear Box: Object of Gear Box, Air, rolling & gradient resistance, tractive effort variation with speed, performance curve. Types of Gear Boxes: Sliding mesh, constant mesh, synchromesh device, automatic transmission, overdrive, lubrication of gear box. Torque converter: Principles of working, characteristics, Torque converter with direct drive. Testing of automobiles. UNIT – IV Universal Joint-: Types, propeller shaft, slip joint. Differential – Functions, single & double reduction differential, limited slip differential. Front Axle: Live & dead axle, stub axle. Back Axle: Hotch kiss drive, torque tube drive. Tyres: Types specification, causes of tyre wear & rim. Brakes & Braking system: Purpose, principles, layout of braking system. Classification, mechanical, hydraulic, master cylinder, Tandoma master cylinder wheel cylinder, self energizing & self adjusting brakes, disc brakes, antiskid brakes. Power operated brakes UNIT – V Steering system:- Gear & links, types of steering gears, reversibility of steering, center point steering, steering geometry viz castor, camber, king pin inclination toe in, toe out, cornering power, under-over steer; power steering, effect of shimmy, condition of true rolling, calculation of turning radius. Correct steering equation and related problems. Electrical System: Battery construction, maintenance, testing and charging, cut out, lighting circuit, horn, signals etc. TEXT BOOKS 1. Automobile Engineering – Kripal Singh – Standard Publications 2. Automobile Engineering – G.B.S. Narang – Khanna Publishers REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Automobile Engineering - Dr. N. K. Giri – Khanna Publishers 2. Automobile Engineering – K. R. Govindan – Anuradha Agencies 3. Automotive Mechanics – Heitner 4. Motor Vehicle – Newton & Steeds – Life & Sons Limited.

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fins of uniform and non-uniform cross sectional area.T. convection boundary conditions. Kataria & Sons 3. Design of fins for maximum heat transfer. Conduction The thermal conductivity of solids. Lumped capacity method and its Validity. UNIT – III Forced Convection Physical Mechanism of Forced Convection. the wet and dry bulb thermometer. triangular. boiling regimes and boiling curve. TMH REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Heat Transfer – Ghosh. Conduction with heat generation in flat and cylinders. geometric configuration factor. thermal diffusivity.C P Arora. Flow in tubes. Introduction to Mass Transfer Mass and mole concentrations. Dimensional analysis of natural convection. TEXT BOOKS 1. Effect of variable thermal conductivity. vertical tubes. Electrical analogy to simple problems. Heat & Mass Transfer – K. extended surfaces rectangular. Natural Convection Physical Mechanism of Natural Convection.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. absorption and reflection of radiant energy. critical thickness of insulation.: . UNIT . General conduction analysis. Determination of heat exchanger performance. liquids and gases.M. Fifth Edition “Wiley Eastern Limited” Permitted in the Examination. Kirchhoff’s law. Errors in temperature measurement due to radiation. Heat Transfer – A Practical Approach – Yunus A.P. UNIT IV Two Phase Heat Transfer Boiling heat transfer. Black and non black bodies. RCET . Pool boiling. Kannan – Anuradha Agencies 2. next transfer correlations in pool boiling. circumferential and pin fins.AC.E. Radiosity and irradiation. Combined modes of heat transfer. Transient/Unsteady State Heat Conduction System with negligible internal resistance. Horizontal bank tubes. BHILAI (C G) Semester: B. linear heat flow through a plane and composite wall. Heat exchanger transfer units. Dastudhar – Oxford University Press SOURCE: WWW. radiation exchange between black surface.P.infinite slab without surface resistance. Data Book (PSG). Heat Exchangers Different types of heat exchangers. Film condensation. Introduction to mass transfer in laminar and turbulent convection Combined heat and mass transfer. factors influencing conductivity measurement. eddy diffusion. Heat Transfer – J. Fourier’s. Heat transfer correlation for inclined plates. The general differential equation of conduction. Solution through Heisler`s chart. Analysis restricted to parallel and counter flow heat exchanger (LMTD and NTU method) UNIT V Thermal Radiation Introduction. intensity of radiation. Reynolds’s analogy. Use of fin analysis for measuring temperature error of Thermometer. velocity and Thermal Boundary layer. Emission.K. Dimensional analysis for forced convection. Molecular diffusion from an evaporating fluid surface. Heat dissipated by a fin. Grey body relation exchange between surfaces of unit configuration factors. Flow over plates.B. Sukhatme – TMH 2. Newton’s and Stefan Boltzmann’s Law. Flow across cylinders and spheres. Heat transfer. UNIT – I Introduction Various modes of heat transfer.CSVTU.IN EDITED BY: CHITVAN JAIN. Code: 337712 (37) N. Heat Transfer – S. Holman – TMH 3. overall heat transfer coefficient.S. empirical relationship for natural convection. One dimensional steady state conduction. Cengel – McGraw Hill 4. molecular diffusion.II Fins Conduction convection system. Kumar – S. thermal transfer. Heat & Mass Transfer – D. derivation for the average heat transfer coefficient ‘h’ for the case of laminar film condensation over vertical plate. Unsteady state conduction through finite and semi. Effectiveness and efficiency of fins. Solution for different boundary condition. tube and sphere. Nonluminous gas radiation. VII Sem. Approximate solution.H. Condensation heat transfer. Branch: Mechanical Engineering Subject: Heat & Mass Transfer.

group technology machine cells. VII Sem. Rao – TMH Publication 2. the APT (Automatically Programming Tool) language. Manual part programming. Branch: Mechanical Engineering Subject: Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing. Adaptive control machining system. TEXT BOOKS 1. Computer Numerical Control. NC Part Programming Introduction to NC Part Programming. data structures. creation of data files in application programs and relational database management system. one dimensional problem. Jha – Dhanpat Rai & Company 3. benefits of group technology Computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) system Introduction of CAPP. RCET . Geometric models. Bezier surfaces. MACRO statement in APT. Introduction to Computer Control in NC. other modeling methods. part families. applications of Numerical Control.E. benefits. Combined DNC/CNC system. objectives. parts classification & coding. Zimmer . Code: 337713 (37) UNIT – I Introduction CAD/CAM The influence of computers on manufacturing environment. the product cycle & CAD/CAM.AC. NC motion control systems. Flexible manufacturing system. BHILAI (C G) Semester: B. CAD/CAM Theory & Practice – Ibrahim Zied – TMH Publication 2.IN EDITED BY: CHITVAN JAIN.Pearson Education 3. Finite element analysis SOURCE: WWW. UNIT – II Geometric Modeling Data base: Design database concept. CAD/CAM Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing – Mikell P. Plane surface. Basic components of an NC system. Direct Numerical Control. problems with conventional NC. 3D representation of surfaces and solids. basic set theory. UNIT – III Numerical Control Introduction to Numerical Control. Concurrent engineering. Solid entities. CAD/CAM Principles & Applications – P. types of analysis. general procedure of finite element analysis. NC coordinate systems. the NC procedure. UNIT – IV Group Technology Introduction to group technology. Benefits of CAD/CAM. Product engineering.K. surfaces of revolution. the common database as linkage to various computerized applications. CAD/CAM – Surendra Kumar & A. Computer assisted part programming. Groover.stiffness matrix.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. three parts classification & coding system. spline surfaces. solution procedure. UNIT V Finite Element method Introduction. curve representation. automation and CAD/CAM. Emory W.N. Requirement of Geometric Modeling. Introduction of CAD/CAM. John Wiley REFERENCES BOOKS 1.CSVTU. Advantages of CAD/CAM in NC programming. R D Cook. Geometric construction Methods. Concept and application of Finite element analysis. desirable modeling facilities & rapid prototyping.

Network Analysis CPM/PERT. Monte Carlo simulation. Taha – TMH. project cost. The Assignment Problems Mathematical formulation of assignment problems. simulation of Inventory system. basic structure of queuing models. when no saddle point exists. in Mechanical Engineering.CSVTU. optimization and its classification. D. Time estimation in PERT. REFERENCES 1. Optimum project duration. Air crew Assignment problems. Gillette – TMH. Code: 337714 (37) UNIT I Introduction Various stages of O.E.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Operation Research– S.P. methods for solving two person zero sum game: when saddle point exists. Note: Four questions to be set. Stepping stone method. formulation of a linear programming problem. Chand & Com. one from each unit. UNIT . Operation Research – H. Modified Distribution Method.Introduction. updating. solution of assignment problems. General Linear Programming Problems. solution to M/M/1: ∞ /FCFS models. some commonly known queuing situations Kendall’s service time. Vogels Approximation Method. Solution of balanced and unbalanced transportation problems and case of Degeneracy. Operation Research– Hira & Gupta – S.D. UNIT – II The Transportation Problems Mathematical formulation computational procedures. two person zero sum game.P. New Delhi 3. Fields of application.III Waiting Line Theory Basic queuing process. application of L.R. merits and demerits of simulation. Simulation Basic concept of simulation. Quantitative Approach to Management – Lovin and Krit Patrick – TMH 5. Resource smoothing and leveling. Network Representation. New Delhi 2. Big M method degeneracy. Vohra – TMH 3. TEXT BOOKS 1. maximization and minimization of function with or without constraints.AC. VII Sem. Operation Research. graphical method and simplex method. simulation of Queuing system. solution of 2xn and mx2 game. Operations Research – M. project crashing.. Fundamentals of Operation Research – Ackof Sasieni – Dhanpat Rai & Sons 4. Branch: Mechanical Engineering Subject: Operations Research. BHILAI (C G) Semester: B. applications of simulation.IN EDITED BY: CHITVAN JAIN. RCET . New Delhi SOURCE: WWW. Operation Research – N. Sharma – S. Chand & Co. UNIT – IV Game Theory Introduction. Sasien Yaspan 2. traveling salesman problems. Techniques for drawing network.

1977 6. UNIT – V Patents. Monks. establishing product specifications. UNIT-II Product Design Methods Generating concepts. A. concept generation and selecting product architecture. generating alternatives-the morphological chart method. Management of Technology & user driven products.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. execution. Design Structure Matrix. Imad Moustapha “Concurrent Engineering in Product Design and Development” – New Age International Publishers 4. selection of a concept. TEXT BOOKS 1. Intellectual property rights. J. UNIT –III Design for Manufacture Estimating manufacturing costs. J. Branch: Mechanical Engineering Subject: Product Development. Tata McGraw Hill. BHILAI (C G) Semester: B. UNIT –IV Industrial Design Its need . Eppinger “Product Design & Development” – TMH – 3rd addition 2.. Creative and rational clarifying objectives.AC. copy rights. 5. Project schedule. 1974 SOURCE: WWW. effective prototyping – principle and planning. steps for disclosure.requirements specification methods determining characteristics – the QFD method. Testing of concept. Kevin Otto and Kristin wood “Product Design” –Pearson Education 3. reducing component. Product Development & Project Management Legal issues in product design. design theory design materials. establishing functions – the function analysis methods. accessing the quality. product architecture. patents – types. R. trademarks. design for environment. setting requirement. Prentice Hall of India. Aesthetic needs. management of product development projects. identifying customer needs.G. “Operations Management”. Francis. McGraw Hill.E. design for disassembly. VII Sem. economics – quantitative & qualitative analysis.the objective trees methods. T.. Code: 337715 (37) UNIT-I Product Development Process Background for design.Ergonomic needs. L. improving details-the value engineering method and design strategies. accelerating project. assembly and support cost design for assembly. steps involved in Industrial design process. “Facility Layout and Location”. Ulrich and Steven D. risk plan. assessing and correction. “Product Development”. and White. human factors in design applied ergonomics. trade-secret. Gantt Chart.CSVTU.IN EDITED BY: CHITVAN JAIN. budget. evaluating alternatives-the weighted objectives methods. design resources. design for graphics and packaging. impact. RCET . Chitale & Gupta. Karl. product development processes and organization.

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