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ANNA UNIVERSITY COIMBATORE CURRICULUM 2007 – FULL TIME MODE M.E. PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVOLOPMENT SEMESTER-I Course title L GEOMETRIC MODELLING PRODUCT DATA MANAGEMENT FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES RAPID PROTOTYPING AND TOOLING ELECTIVE-I 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 SEMESTER-II

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Course title DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AND ASSEMBLY CNC MACHINES, PROGRAMMING AND ROBOTICS FAILURE ANALYSIS IN DESIGN HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING ELECTIVE-II ELECTIVE-III

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PRACTICAL PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY SEMESTER-III Code no. THEORY Course title ELECTIVE-IV ELECTIVE-V ELECTIVE-VI PRACTICAL PROJECT WORK PHASE-I SEMESTER-IV Code no. PRACTICAL Course title PROJECT WORK PHASE-II L 0 T 0 P M 0 0 12 100 L T 3 0 3 0 3 0 P 0 0 0 M 100 100 100

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Course title OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS PRODUCTION AND OPERATION MANAGEMENT MECHATRONIC SYSTEM DESIGN COMPUTER AIDED PROCESS PLANNING ENTERPRISE COMPUTING ADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS RELIABILITY ENGINEERING TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT ADVANCED TOOL DESIGN SIMULATION OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS COLLABORATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN AND PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT VIBRATION AND CONDITION MONITORING CLEANER PRODUCTION AND CDM MICRO ELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

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TYPES AND MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION OF CURVES: Introduction, Wire frame models, parametric representation of curves (analytic & synthetic), curve manipulation, design examples. (6) MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION OF SURFACES: Surface models, parametric representation, surface manipulation, design applications. (6) MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION OF SOLIDS: Fundamentals of solid modeling, Boundary representation, constructive solid geometry, sweep representation, analytic solid modelers, design applications. (8) VISUAL REALISATION: Model cleanup, hidden line removal, hidden surface removal, shading, colouring. (5) COMPUTER ANIMATION: Computer animation, animation systems, types and technique, design applications, Computer Graphics Standard. (5) LABORATORY PRACTICE: (15) Total: 45

REFERENCES: 1. David Solomon, " Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling", Springer Verlag, 1999 2. 3. Ibrahim Zeid, "CAD/CAM Theory and Practice", McGraw Hill Inc., New York, 1991. Radhakrishnan P & Kothandaraman C P, "Computer Graphics and Design", Dhanpat Rai and Sons, 1997. 4. Radhakrishnan P & Subramanyan S, “CAD/CAM/CIM”, New Age International (P) Ltd., 1997. 5. Michael E Mortenson, "Geometric Modeling", John Wiley & Sons Inc., Second Edition, 1997

case studies.0 Reference manuals.creation of work flow templates-life cycle-work flow integration. Addison Wesley. Base linesproduct structure-configuration (5) PROJECTS AND ROLES: Creation of projects and roles. 1998. Mark Henderson & Phillip Wolfe. .registering of variants in product register-case studies.. David Bedworth. 2. McGraw Hill Inc. “Visual Modeling with Rational Rose and UML”.case studies. (3) COMPONENTS OF PDM: Components of a typical PDM setup-hardware and softwaredocument management-creation and viewing of documents-creating parts-versions and version control of parts and documents.1991.07PC103 PRODUCT DATA MANAGEMENT 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Introduction to PDM-present market constraints-need for collaborationinternet and developments in server-client computing. Terry Quatrain. 2000. (12) CHANGE MANAGEMENT: Change issue-change request-change investigation-change proposal-change activity-case studies.case studies. (10) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1. Wind-chill R5. (6) GENERIC PRODUCTS AND VARIANTS: Product configurator-comparison between sales configuration and product configurator-generic product modeling in configuration modeleruse of order generator for variant creation.life cycle of a product.automating information flow.work flows. “Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing”.life cycle management. (9) CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT: management. 3.

6. 2.imposement of constraints and forces . "Theory of Machines and Mechanisms".truss..direct integration and mode superposition methods Interpolation techniques. (6) HEAT TRANSFER AND FLUID FLOW ANALYSIS : Basic equations of heat transfer & fluid flow problems .static and dynamic analysis of kinematic systems .displacement.Choleski method-solving of eigen value problems . Rao SS. (7) SOLUTION METHODS FOR FINITE ELEMENT EQUATIONS : Handling of simultaneous equations . 2nd Edition. 1989 7.Jacobi & subspace iteration methods .inertial data .J. 2 nd Edition. quadrilateral and brick elements . triangular. 4.J. & Vicker .formulation of element mass matrices .. John Wiley & Sons. beam. 1989...Gaussian elimination method . Malkus D. (6) STATIC ANALYSIS: General procedure of FEM . (10) DYNAMIC ANALYSIS : Equations of motion for dynamic problems . Segerlind L J. "Finite Element Procedures in Ind. "Applied Finite Element Analysis".free vibration and forced vibration problem formulation.E..” Wiley Eastern Ltd. Prentice Hall.S. "ADAMS Reference Manual".consistent and lumped mass matrices . 1995. Shigley .applicability of FEM to structural analysis heat transfer and fluid flow problems-advantages and limitations of FEM commercial finite element packages-organisation-advantages & limitations. . E. 1982 3. 1998.animation . Engineering Analysis". & Plesha M.meaning and purpose-steady state. New Jersey.analysis of output data . propagation and transient problems-basic concepts of FEM .Galerkin method.skeletal and continuum structures Discretization of domain-basic types of elements-shape function .07ED103 FINITE ELEMENT AND MECHANISM ANALYSIS 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION TO FEM: Engineering design analysis . Pergomon Press.one dimensional heat and fluid flow problems. (6) MECHANISM ANALYSIS : Introduction to Analysis of mechanisms . “Energy and Finite Element Methods in Structural Mechanics.. John Wiley & Sons.Reyleigh . J.D. "Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis". Cook R.Ritz methodformulation of element stiffness matrices . "The Finite Element Method in Engineering".Isoparametric elements. 5. Oxford. Shames I H & Dym C L . MDI..finite element formulation . Bathe K J.Creation of kinematic models . 1984. velocity and acceleration functions. McGraw Hill. (10) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1..

(5) (5) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1. copying. 2. part design. mass property calculations. 1998.07PC103 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES Phases in the life cycle of a product. (5) Geometric modeling. tolerancing.. “Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing”. robust design. sketching. “CAD/CAM Theory and Practice”. design for manufacturing and assembly. Finite element modeling and analysis. (8) CAD/CAM hardware . 3. failure mode and effect analysis. (7) Assembly modeling. static. 1991.. (9) Mechanism analysis Design Project. analysis techniques. patterning. current concepts. Part Modeling Users Guide”. “Pro/Engineer. rapid prototyping and tooling. modifying features. finite element modeling. Value engineering. 1991. . Mark Henderson & Philip Wolfe. general procedure. axiomatic design. 3 0 0 100 (6) Concurrent Engineering. free form manipulation. configuration management. Ibrahim Zeid. dynamic and thermal analysis.windows NT and unix based systems. David Bedworth. schemes for concurrent engineering. McGraw Hill Inc. Cost of design changes. McGraw Hill Inc. use of datums construction features.

Terry Wohlers. Direct Rapid Tooling . Cast Kirksite. (4) SELECTIVE LASER SINTERING: Types of machines. Errors in finishing. data transfer to solid models. Verlag. Surface Digitizing. Path generation. Internet based softwares. etc. Pham. Genisys Xs printer. (3) LAMINATED OBJECT MANUFACTURING: Principle of operation. T. Laminate tooling. Surface modification. F. LOM materials. soft tooling vs hard tooling. Process parameters. Principle of operation. Data preparation errors. Influence of part build orientation.Silicone rubber tooling. etc. Part building errors. Magics. Applications. S. Jacobs. ProMetal. Copper polyamide. Sander's model market. . Sand casting tooling. "Rapid Manufacturing". Thermo jet printer. (7) SOFTWARE FOR RP: STL files. (4) LASER ENGINEERED NET SHAPING (LENS) RAPID TOOLING: Indirect Rapid Tooling . Process parameters. Paul. Applications. (4) STEREOLITHOGRAPHY SYSTEMS: Principle. Applications. Growth of RP industry. Data preparation for SLS. Process details. 2000. Machine details. Applications. Process details. London.. S. SME. & Dimov. (3) CONCEPT MODELERS: Principle. Quick cast process. 1. "Wohlers Report 2000". Process parameters. (3) SOLID GROUND CURING: Principle of operation. (4) Total : 45 REFERENCE: 1. mimics. Overview of Solid view. History of RP systems. Survey of applications. Aluminum filled epoxy tooling. Wohlers Associates. NY. Data preparation. 1996. Data files and Machine details. "Stereo lithography and other RP & M Technologies". Surface Generation from point cloud.07PC104 RAPID PROTOTYPING AND TOOLING 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Need for the compression in product development. Rapid Tool. Object Quadra System. Applications.Direct AIM. 3-D printer. 2. Collaboration tools. 2001. (4) RAPID MANUFACTURING PROCESS OPTIMIZATION: Factors influencing accuracy. magics communicator. JP system 5. 3D Keltool. D. (4) FUSION DEPOSITION MODELING: Principle. (5) ALLIED PROCESSES: Vacuum Casting. classification of RP systems. DMILS. Spray metal tooling.

Analysis and Simulation Software and Making a Model Using RP.07ED1L1 CAD LABORATORY 0 0 3 100 Developing a Specified Product Using Modeling. .

compound assembly. two and three mutually perpendicular grouped datum planes. examples. 3..07ED204 DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AND ASSEMBLY 3 0 0 100 EFFECT OF MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING PROCESSES ON DESIGN: Major phases of design. (6) CASE STUDIES: Redesign to suit manufacture of typical assemblies. Cp. 7. F. kurtosis. zero true position tolerance.introducing secondary machining operations. 1997. "Materials Selection for Engineering Design". (5) TOLERANCE ANALYSIS: Process capability.system. weighted properties. M. grouped datum systems . redesign for manufacture.. Trucks. M.. review of relationship between attainable tolerance grades and different machining process. examples. tolerance design of a typical drive . Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Effect of material properties on design. design of experiments. Value analysis and design rules to minimise cost of a product. minimising core requirements. tolerancing and true position tolerancing. 1983. 1967. (6) TOLERANCE CHARTING TECHNIQUE: Operation sequence for typical shaft type of components. methods. H. pin and hole. use of welding symbols. redesigning cast members using weldments. projected tolerance zone.. functional gauges. Design features to facilitate machining : datum features . Model-II: total and group tolerances of shaft equal. skewness.. (5) TRUE POSITION THEORY: Comparison between co-ordinate and convention method of feature location. Pitman Publications. Effect of manufacturing processes on design. McGraw Hill Publications. assembly with gasket. 1983. "Improving Product Quality by Preventing Defects". Grouped datum system with spigot and recess. Oliver R Wade. mean. deciding the number of groups. Industrial Press Inc. Preparation of process drawings for different operations. E. 5. Productivity Press. geometric analysis and applications. (6) DATUM SYSTEMS: Degrees of freedom.Model-I: Group tolerances of mating parts equal. normal law and truncated normal law. paper layout gauging.slot pair . Prentice Hall.cost per unit property. 2nd Edition. Poka Yoke. "Tolerance Control in Design and Manufacturing". (6) FORM DESIGN OF CASTINGS AND WELDMENTS: Redesign of castings based on parting line considerations.functional and manufacturing. .computation of translational and rotational accuracy. Prentice Hall Inc. "Hand Book of Product Design for Manufacturing". 1987. examples. "Design for Economic Production". Grouped datum system with spigot and recess pair and tongue . 2. process capability metrics. Component design . Farag. example. cost aspects. Cpk. Poke Yoka principles. 1983. tolerance worksheets and centrality analysis. Cumulative effect of tolerances. Spotts. James G Bralla. 4. "Dimensioning and Tolerance for Quantity Production". (5) SELECTIVE ASSEMBLY: Interchangeable past manufacture and selective assembly. Control of axial play .different types.machining considerations. virtual size concept. surface finish. floating and fixed fasteners. Michigan. geometric tolerances. Computer Aided DFMA . The material selection process . and limits on properties. (6) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1.sure fit law. Harry Peck. New York. 1992 6. examples. feature tolerances. variance. laminated shims. "Designing for Manufacture".

Shuman Y.Contact and non-contact type . "Robotics: Control Sensing.. Gomaler R C. Robotics and Automation. HMT Limited. Specification of Robots.and Narang.AI and Robotics.Nof. THYER. 4. (5) CNC SYSTEM: Introduction -Configuration of CNC system-Interfacing-Monitoring-Diagnostics-Machine dataCompensations for machine accuracies-PLC programming-DNC-Adaptive control CNC systems. 4. Thomas A Chmielewski. 1989. MASTERCAM. "Handbook of Industrial Robotics". D. intelligence".. 1994.1999 . ESPIRIT. McGraw Hill Book Co.Newberg. Vision.Touch and slip sensors . feed drives. 2. “CNC Programming Hand Book”." Computer Numerical Control of Machine Tools ".etc.Publishing Company Ltd.Velocity Sensors .. McGraw Hill Book Co.An integrated approach". " Mechatronics ". 5. 3. Blackie & Son Ltd.E.Rotary-to-Rotary motion conversion.1998. (8) FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF ROBOTICS: History. REFERENCES: 1...Control of Actuators in Robotic Mechanisms. RADHAKRISHNAN. measuring systems-Drivers and controls-Spindle drives.H. 1974.1991.1996 4. . Lee C S G. PETER SMID. Ltd. drives-A.Proximity sensors: . PROGRAMMING AND ROBOTICS 3 0 0 100 BASIC CONCEPTS OF CNC MACHINES: Introduction-Classification-Construction details of CNC machines-machine structure.TATA McGraw Hill. hydraulic-electric-pneumatic drives. 1987. KRAR.Remote-Centered compliance Devices .. . 1985.Deb S." CNC Machines ".J. (10) SENSORS AND INTELLIGENT ROBOTS: Sensory devices . 2000. London. present status and future trends. 3. Robotics Systems and Robot Anatomy.CAM packages for CNC machines such as Unigraphics.R "Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation". Repeatability and Accuracy of a Manipulator.Fu K S. guideways.C." Computer Numerical Control Machines ".. "Engineering Design A Systematic Approach".Force and Torque Sensors . Michael Negin "Robotic Engineering .1990.S.types . Mechanical transmission method . Industrial Press Inc. Dhanpat Rai and Co. feed drives. (8) PROGRAMMING OF CNC MACHINES Various programming techniques-APT. (6) Total:(45) .M. . McGraw Hill.G. Pro-Engineer CATIA.drives. John Wiley & Sons. 07PD201 CNC MACHINES.Spindle.. Rotary-to-linear motion conversion End effectors .Non-optical-Position Sensors . Resolution.programming for various machines in ISO and FANUC . Richard D Klafter.8.grip ping problem . B. IDEAS.S. New York. Laws of Robotics.Optical position Sensors . New Central Book Agency. Robot Definition. 6.C. SEHRAWAT. 2.P." CNC Technology and Programming ". .S. (8) ROBOT DRIVES: Power transmission systems and control Robot drive mechanisms. Matousek.. Eastern Economy Edition Prentice Hall India Pvt.

initiators. role of friction in wear. (5) WEAR FAILURES : Type of wear. Factors affecting fatigue life. analysis of corrosion failures. processing.Ranks of Failure Modes .Analysis causes of Failure . Ohio. 2.07PD202 FAILURE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3 0 0 100 FUNDAMENTAL SOURCES OF FAILURES: Deficiencies in design. Vol. application of Poisson. Condition monitoring.mean time between failures and life testing. 10. (5) CORROSION FAILURES: Factors influencing corrosion failures.Fault Tree Analysis . Stress corrosion cracking .Sources. (5) OVERVIEW OF FRACTURE MECHANICS CONCEPT: Ductile and brittle fracture Fracture origin. stress rupture.Modes . characteristics of ductile and brittle fracture. (6) FMEA: Definition . Some case studies of fatigue failures. Stages. Environmental induced failure. exponential and Weibull distribution for reliability . Shigley & Mische. "Failure Analysis and Prevention". Various types of hydrogen damage failures. 10th edition. (7) Total : 45 REFERENCE: 1. . material. (5) FATIGUE FAILURE: General concepts. Elevated temperature effects on certain Gas turbine components and Petroleum refinery components. lubricated and nonlubricated wear. (6) RELIABILITY: Reliability concept and hazard function. 1995. Life prediction. Analysing wear failures. 1992. Classification and identification of various types of fracture. Procedure of analysing stress corrosion cracking. (6) ELEVATED TEMPERATURE FAILURES: Creep. "Mechanical Engineering Design".bath tub curve Parallel and series system . USA. Fracture characteristics revealed by microscopy. Elevated temperature fatigue. McGraw Hill.case studies. ASM Metals Handbook. Overview of various types of corrosion. ASM Metals Park. characteristics of stress corrosion cracking. of failure analysis. Metallurgical instabilities. service and maintenance.

colour and the eye . Dale Huchinson R.working position. 1989. 1990. "Industrial design for Engineers".industrial design in the design process. Brian Shackel (Edited).colour on engineering equipments.concept of order with variety . Style . "Human Performance Engineering". (6) AESTHETIC CONCEPTS: Concept of unity .07PD203 HUMAN FACTOR ENGINEERING 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: An approach to industrial design . H.reactions to colour and colour continuation .. 3.redesign of instruments. Prentice Hall Inc. (6) VISUAL EFFECTS OF LINE AND FORM: The mechanics of seeing .Aesthetic expressions. 1988.structure for industrial design in engineering application in modern manufacturing systems. “Applied Ergonomics Hand Book"..multiple display and control situations . London Iliffee Books Ltd. London.concept of purpose . Robert W. observing style in capital goods. 4. machine tools etc.design of major controls in automobiles. (6) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1. 1991. (6) ERGONOMICS AND PRODUCTION: Ergonomics and product design .components of style housestyle. Mc Graw Hill book company.colour and objects .general approach to the man machine relationship .use of computerised data base.work station design .. 2. Mayall W. New Jercey. Bailey.elements of design .limitations of anthropomorphic data .rating the importance of industrial design . "New Horizons for Human Factors in Design".specifying design requirements .psychology of seeing general influences of line and form. (5) COLOUR: Colour and light . .style and environment . Butterworth Scientific.colour consistency colour terms .expert systems for ergonomic design.ergonomics in automated systems . Anthropomorphic data and its applications in ergonomic design .. (5) ERGONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: Introduction . (6) INDUSTRIAL DESIGN IN PRACTICE: General design situation . (5) CONTROL AND DISPLAYS: Shapes and sizes of various controls and displays . design of office furniture .

4. flow). Carryout functional analysis in a suitable environment (stress. automotive components. Optimize the design in CAE. hand tools. Explore the possibility of modifying its form and function or that of component. hair dryers. 10. Identify a suitable product (mobile phone hand sets.07PC2L1 PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY 0 0 3 100 1. dynamic. . 8. electronic goods used in domestic applications.) 2. Prepare reports. thermal. 6. 7. 3. Estimate costs. 5. 9. helmets. Develop digital tooling using CAM. Trend forecasting. battery chargers for handled communication devices. Study the new concept for feasibility. bench marking and parametric analysis. Modify the features as identified in (2) in CAD. any product that is used in day today life and subjected to customization. machine components.. mosquito repellant device.

3. "Mechanical Design Synthesis with Optimization Applications". Raphson of Prualty function methods.07ED001 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Engineering applications. New Delhi. Fibonaces search. Prentice Hall of India. Wild D J. non linear and dynamic programming applications introduction to linear programming. "Globally Optimum Design". working principle. Wiley Eastern. classification. 1971. (9) INTEGER PROGRAMMING: Algorithms. 1978. 1995.Introduction (only). direct and indirect methods. 4. statement of an optimization problem. stochastic programming. 2. Stochastic linear and non . Van Nostrand. "Optimization for engineering design". unconstrained optimization. elimination and interpolation methods. 2000. .linear programming. Rao S S. linear. Ray C Johnson. (6) CLASSICAL OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES: Single. Simplex search. (7) NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES: One dimensional minimization. GAs for constrained optimization. variable optimization algorithms with and without constraints. constrained optimization. Reinhold Company. Newton. Cauchy's steepest descent & prualty function methods. (9) STOCHASTIC PROGRAMMING: Basic concepts of Probability theory. applications. Kalyanmoy Deb. (8) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1. (6) NON TRADITIONAL OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM: Genetic algorithms. application to mechanical design problems. Simulated Annealing approach . Differences & Similarities between GAs & traditional methods. New York. direct search and descent methods. John Wiley & Sons. Multivariable optimization algorithms with and without constraints. "Optimization".

direct file.operation . functional dependency. 1994. Relational calculus. views. (6) DATABASE SECURITY: Integrity and control .Defence Mechanisms . Relational algebra.INF . Inc.relational data model. The Benjamin / Cumming Publishing Company.based order .. & Navathe S B. “Fundamentals of Database Systems”.Normalization through synthesis approach . secondary key retrieval.. (6) CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT: Serializability . 1996. operations on files. (5) RELATIONAL DATABASE DESIGN: Anomalies in a database. “Database Management Systems”.07PC001 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 3 0 0 100 FILE ORGANISATION: Storage Device Characteristics. (5) RELATIONAL MODEL: Relational database Relational database manipulation . McGraw Hill Inc. network data model and hierarchical data model. Henry F Korth & Sudarshan S. .Locking scheme Time stamp . universal relation. (6) DATA MODELLING FOR A DATABASE: Three level architecture proposal for a DBMS. Index .Security and Integrity threats .Optimistic Scheduling .computing system Division . McGraw Hill Inc.Multivalued dependency. 1997.Deadlock and its resolution . Raghu Ramakrishnan. Elmasri R.operation and tuning. 2. normalization . Abrahm Silber Schatz.Congruency Control . 2NF. The constituents of a file. 1997.Final design – Implementation and testing . (6) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1. West Publishing Company. formal specification of storage of a file. (5) DATABASE DESIGN: The organization and its information system .relationship model .Analysis of Existing system and procedures .advantages and disadvantages of a DBMS. 4.Definition of the problem . “Database System Concepts”. “An Introduction to Database Systems”. Serial files. Bipin C. 3NF and BCNF .sequential files.SQL.Preliminary design . 3. Components of a DBMS .Integrity. Desai.Atomicity congruency and recovery. (6) DATA ASSOCIATIONS: Entity .

1992.Pull versus Push method.Resource Balancing. Development of a master production schedule. forecasting methods . (6) SCHEDULING WITH RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS: Allocation of units for a single resource .EOQ models for Purchased Parts .ABC inventory System .07PC002 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 0 0 100 FORECASTING: Introduction. James.Kanban system . location evaluation methods.Major steps involved information system linkages in Production Planning and Control . New Delhi. D. Flexible manufacturing system . Analysis. 2. Planning and Control for Manufacturing and Services". Arrangement of facilities within departments.graphical. Line Balancing .Inventory order policies .exponential smoothing . 1982. Line of Balance. empirical. Network stochastic consideration. Stochastic mixed . Vollman.Seasonal forecasting Cyclic forecasting.Critical Path Method (CPM) .time Series Smoothing . Different types of layouts for operations and production. Design. materials requirement planning (MRP. Project monitoring.Product Line Balancing. New York. Mc-Graw Hill. (5) FACILITY LOCATION AND LAYOUT: Location factors. inexpensive set-up . Inc. " Integrated Production Control systems Management.uniform production rate . .I) and manufacturing resource planning (MRP -II). "Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems". and optimisation.D. 1998.allocation of multiple resources . (6) INVENTORY ANALYSIS AND CONTROL: Definitions . (5) SCHEDULING AND CONTROLLING: Objectives in Scheduling . T. Optimised Production Technology.Computer Integration and AI in manufacturing and operations.advantages and limitation . New Delhi. measures of forecast.Region approach.Continuous improvement..small lot size . (6) JUST IN TIME MANUFACTURING: INTRODUCTION: Elements of JIT .E. "Operations Management. Galgotia Publication (P) Ltd. 3. Electronic data interchange. (6) PROJECT PLANNING: Evolution of Network Planning Techniques .Production control in repetitive. Inventory models under uncertainty.Lot sizing Techniques.Helgeson Brine approach .concepts . Bedworth. Design".EMQ Models for Manufactured Parts .Regression models . Accuracy. Dilworth B. (5) AGGREGATE PLANNING AND MASTER PRODUCTION SCHEDULING: Approaches to aggregate planning .. batch and jobshop manufacturing environment.Project Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT). (6) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1.Quick. John Wiley & Sons.

D.Temperature control .Architecture . Prentice Hall. 1998.Instruction set . Dawson.Pin configuration .Possible design solutions . McGraw-Hill International Editions. Internal relays and counters .Traditional design and Mechatronics Design.. P. 1995.Data handling . (3) SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS Introduction . 5.Mechatronics in Products .Stepper motor control . Chapman and Hall..Light sensors . P. (15) PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS Introduction . Buru.Control Systems . (8) DESIGN AND MECHATRONICS Designing . and Sridhar.Servo systems.Temperature sensors .Programming -Mnemonics Timers.Selection of sensors Signal processing .R.Interfacing D/A converters and A/D converters –Applications .A. " Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems".S.Traffic light controller.Measurement Systems . Michael B. Ramesh. N.Displacement. (7) Total : 45 REFERENCES: 1. 0000 to 8085. 1993. " Microprocessor Architecture. and Loader. Bradley. Prentice-Hall.Systems . 3.Velocity and Motion . " Understanding Electro-Mechanical Engineering.. An Introduction to Mechatronics ". Second Edition.K. Alciatore. 2000.Basic structure .Selection of PLC. Position and Proximity .Input / Output processing . 4.Case studies of Mechatronics systems.Performance Terminology .Fluid pressure .Histand and David G.07PC003 MECHATRONICS SYSTEM DESIGN INTRODUCTION 3 0 0 100 Introduction to Mechatronics .Programming of Microprocessors using 8085 instructions . Lawrence J. Ghosh. " Mechatronics ". .C.Kamm. (12) MICROPROCESSORS IN MECHATRONICS Introduction .Interfacing input and output devices . D. Gaonkar. " Introduction to Microprocessors for Engineers and Scientists ". Programming and Applications "Wiley Eastern. 2.Analog input / output . 1999. AJ.

computers and workstations. code structures variant and generative process planning methods. LAN. "Computer Integrated Manufacturing Hand Book". (7) MANUFACTURING SYSTEM SOFTWARE: MRP II software production control forecasting. Siemens. feeding and transfer of arts. purchase orders and receiving financial control. "Computer Integrated Manufacturing". features of CNC systems. capacity inventory standard (7) ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATED ASSEMBLY: Types of robots and their performance capabilities. materials requirements planning. 1989. DEC. New Age International (P) Ltd. Mc Graw Hill Book Co. CIM models. engineering analysis. sensors. (7) DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT: Technology issues. 1985. bill of materials.. ESPRIT . job costing. shop floor control. Ranky. . shop floor data collection techniques. management of technology.07PC004 COMPUTER AIDED PROCESS PLANING 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Evolution of CAD/CAM. implementation of CIM. marketing applications. Al in process planning. networking concepts. an overview of CIM softwares. scope of CIM. Radhakrishnan P. master production schedule. product routing. Paul G. product design for robotized manufacturing. graphic standards. MAP/TOP fundamentals. requirements planning. capabilities of a typical NC CAM software. SQL fundamentals. NURBS and High Speed Machining. hardware of robots. integration of CNC machines in CIM environment. automated drafting.Flexible manufacturing systems.CIM OSA model. configuration management. programming techniques. selecting assembly machines. segments of generic CIM. 1992. MAN. kinematics of robots. optimization (6) AUTOMATED PROCESS PLANNING: Process planning. “CAD/CAM/CIM”.. economics of CIM. IBM. process planning software. 3. software. programming of robots. 2. Eric Teicholz & Joel Orr. database systems. management. (5) PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT THROUGH CAD AND CAE: Geometric modeling techniques. (6) CNC TECHNOLOGY : Principles of numerical control. types of CNC machines. (7) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1.. general methodology of group technology. DNC . applications of robots in manufacture and assembly.

Prentice Hall of India. (10) ERP SYSTEM PACKAGES SAP . 1999. . 4. 1999. Garg & Venkitakrishnan. Thomas E Vollmann and Bery Whybark. Baan and Oracle – Comparison – Integration of different ERP applications – ERP as sales force automation – Integration of ERP and Internet – ERP Implementation strategies – Organizational and social issues. ERPWARE. Prentice Hall.07PC005 ENTERPRISE COMPUTING 3 0 0 100 ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING Principle – ERP framework – Business Blue Print – Business Engineering vs Business process Re-Engineering – Tools – Languages – Value chain – Supply and Demand chain – Extended supply chain management – Dynamic Models –Process Models (10) TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE Client/Server architecture – Technology choices – Internet direction – Evaluation framework – CRM – CRM pricing – chain safety – luation framework. The SAP R/3 Handbook. 2. Enterprise Resource Planning – Concepts and Practice. (10) ORACLE Overview – Architecture – AIM – applications – Oracle SCM. 1998. 1998. Galgothia Publications. 3. S . including ERP on the NET . Manufacturing and Control Systems.People soft. Vinod Kumar Crag and N.Venkitakrishnan. 5. (8) Total:45 REFERENCES: 1. ERP-A Managerial Perspective. ERP Implementation Framework. SAP: Overview – Architecture – applications -Before and after Y2k – critical issues – Training on various modules of IBCS ERP Package-Oracle ERP and MAXIMO. (7) ERP PROCUREMENT ISSUES Market Trends – Outsourcing ERP – Economics – Hidden Cost Issues – ROI – Analysis of cases from five Indian Companies. 1998. Sadagopan. Tata McGraw Hill. Jose Antonio Fernandez. Tata McGraw Hill.K.

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07PC006 RELIABILITY ENGINEERING 3 0 0 100 RELIABILITY CONCEPT: Reliability function – failure rate – mean time between failures (MTBF) – mean time to failure (MTTF) – A priori and a posteriori concept . Modarres. London. (7) FAILURE DATA ANALYSIS: Time to failure distributions – Exponential. New Delhi. 1976. Gamma. (10) RISK ASSESSMENT: Definition and measurement of risk – risk analysis techniques – risk reduction resources – industrial safety and risk assessment. Maral Dekker Inc. Srinath L. 1988. 4.S. London. (12) RELIABILITY MANAGEMENT: Reliability testing – Reliability growth monitoring – Non-parametric methods – Reliability and life cycle costs – Reliability allocation – Replacement model. Weibull.mortality curve – useful life – availability – maintainability – system effectiveness. (6) Total : 45 REFERENCES: 1.1993. . normal. (10) RELIABILITY PREDICTION MODELS: Series and parallel systems – RBD approach – Standby systems – m/n configuration – Application of Bayes’ theorem – cut and tie set method – Markov analysis – Fault Tree Analysis – limitations. Smith C. Reliability and Risk analysis. 2. Affiliated East-West Press Pvt Ltd. John Davidson. McGraw Hill. 3. “Reliability Engineering”.O. 1998. “The Reliability of Mechanical system” published by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. “Introduction to Reliability in Design”. ranking of data – probability plotting techniques – Hazard plotting.

(5) KAIZEN: Meaning .action plan development for cases.suggestion systems .07PC007 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Definitions of the terms .quality costing .action plan .quality. (5) THE DEMING APPROACH TO TQM: Deming's fourteen points on quality management five DDs . Logothetics N. 3rd Edition..Commitment .M. (7) SUPPORTING TOOLS. 1992.comparison Juran and Deming approaches.. “Out of the Crisis”.Kaizen and TQC .force field analysis .From Deming to Taguchi and SPC”.Juran quality trilogy . MIT Press. Salor . “Quality Planning and Analysis From Product Development Through Use”. (8) ISO 9000 SERIES QUALITY SYSTEM STANDARDS: The structure of ISO 9000 series quality system standards . Tata McGrawHill Publishing Limited.Role of the Quality Director .decision analysis . quality management. quality control. New Delhi. Cambridge.small group activities .Quality Function Deployment (QFD) quality project approach and the problem solving process.flow charts . MA.cause and effect analysis . 1997.Kaizen and innovation .questions and opinions of Deming.implementing the Deming philosophy .H. quality assurance.total quality control (TQC) . 1982...M & Gryna F. (5) JURAN ON QUALITY: Developing a habit of quality .E. 3.M. New York. “Juran on Leadership for Quality An Executive Handbook”. Total Quality Management (TQM) as per ISO 8402 overview on TQM . 4.”TQM-FIeld Manual”.the universal break through sequence . Deming W. The Free Press.block diagram . (5) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1.Obstacles to achieving successful Strategic Quality Management.Scientific knowledge .Crosby's fourteen steps for quality improvement. New York.the Deming cycle . 5. quality planning.Training for Quality Self Managing Teams .line graph/run charts .Involvement Consequences of total quality. McGraw Hill.quality control circles .. 1989. 2. (5) STRATEGIC QUALITY MANAGEMENT: Integrating quality into strategic management Quality and the management cycle .customersupplier relationship checklist .Resources for Quality activities . “Managing for Total Quality .J. Juran J. Ishikawa . 1995.The TQM axioms .the Kaizen management practices ..comparison of Kaizen and Deming's approach.certification process .Pareto analysis .brainstorming .J.approaches of Faigenbaum. .Kanban systems . Prentice Hall of India Private Ltd.Crosby's absolutes for quality management . (5) CROSBY AND THE QUALITY TREATMENT: Crosby's diagnosis of a troubled company Crosby's quality vaccine .bar chart . Juran . ACTIVITIES AND TECHNIQUES IN TQM PROJECTS: Affinity diagram .

2. (14) TOOL DESIGN FOR NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHINE TOOLS Introduction – The need for numerical control – A basic explanation of numeric control – Numerical control systems in use today – Fixture design for numerically controlled machine tools – Cutting tools for numerical control – Tool holding methods for numerical control – Automatic tool changers and tool positioners – Tool presetting – Introduction – General explanation of the Brown and sharp machine – tooling for Automatic screw machines (8) Total : 45 REFERENCES: 1. V. “Tool Design”. 2000.07PC008 ADVANCED TOOL DESIGN 3 0 0 100 TOOL-DESIGN METHODS Introduction – The Design Procedure – Statement of the problem – The Needs Analysis – Research and Ideation – Tentative Design Solutions – The Finished Design – Drafting and Design Techniques in Tooling drawings – Screws and Dowels – Hole location – Jig-boring practice – Installation of Drill Bushings – Punch and Die Manufacture – Electro-discharge machining – Electro-discharge machining for cavity. George H. Goold.C. Cyrll Donaldson. “Tooling data”.. Wheeler Publishing.the selection of carbide cutting tools – Determining the insert thickness for carbide tools (9) DESIGN OF DRILL JIGS Introduction – Fixed Gages – Gage Tolerances – The selection of material for Gages – Indicating Gages – Automatic gages – Principles of location – Locating methods and devices – Principles of clamping – Drill jigs – Chip formation in drilling – General considerations in the design of drill jigs – Drill bushings – Methods of construction – Drill jigs and modern manufacturing .Presswork materials – Strip layout – Short-run tooling for Piercing – Bending dies – Forming dies – Drawing operations. 2000 . (9) DESIGN OF FIXTURES AND DIES Introduction – Fixtures and economics – Types of Fixtures – Vise Fixtures – Milling Fixtures – Boring Fixtures – Broaching Fixtures – Lathe Fixtures – Grinding Fixtures – Types of Die construction – Die-design fundamentals – Blanking and Piercing die construction – Pilots – Strippers and pressure pads.LeCain. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Prakash Hiralal Joshi. or low-carbon Steel – Nonmetallic Tooling Materials – Nonferrous Tooling Materials – Metal cutting Tools – Single-point cutting tools – Milling cutters – Drills and Drilling – Reamer classification – Taps – Tap classification. (5) TOOLING MATERIALS AND HEAT TREATMENT Introduction – Properties of Materials – Ferrous Tooling Materials – Tool steels – Cast Iron – Mild.

Francis Neelamkovil. Carson II.O'Keefe. 1991 . (5) RANDOM NUMBER GENERATION: Techniques for generating random numbers Midsquare method .. simulation of inventory problem.exponential distribution . Davis & Robert M.a variety of modelling approaches. Case (5) Total : 45 REFERENCES: 1. (6) INTRODUCTION TO GPSS: studies Programming for discrete event systems in GPSS..Additive congruential method .generating approximate normal variates . areas of application.antithetic variables . Ruth M.acceptance .gamma distribution.discrete and continuous systems. Models of a system . Gordon G. two server queue. “System Simulation with Digital Computer”.Poisson distribution .Tests for random numbers .geometric distribution . Prentice Hall Inc.The Kolmogorov-Smirnov test ..The midproduct method . Jerry Banks & John S.verification and validation of simulation models. 1984 5. (5) SYSTEM AND ENVIRONMENT: Components of a system . 1989. “Simulation Modeling with Pascal”.Erlang distribution. single channel queue.Constant multiplier technique . (6) RANDOM VARIABLE GENERATION: Inverse transform technique . 1987 3. Prentice Hall of India. Prentice Hall of India Ltd.07PC009 SIMULATION OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 3 0 0 100 PRINCIPLE OF COMPUTER MODELLING AND SIMULATION: Monte Carlo simulation. (6) EMPRICAL DISCRETE DISTRIBUTION: Discrete uniform distribution ..Weibull distribution. (6) DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF SIMULATION EXPERIMENTS: Variance reduction techniques . (6) DISCRETE EVENT SIMULATION: Concepts in discrete-event simulation.the Chi-square test.Linear congruential method . Emprical continuous distribution . Narsingh Deo. 4. Limitations of simulation.uniform distribution . “Computer Simulation and Modeling”. “Systems Simulation”. manual simulation using event scheduling.rejection technique for Possion distribution . “Discrete Event System Simulation”. Prentice Hall Inc. Nature of computer modelling and simulation. John Wiley & Sons. 1979 2.

(5) MACHINING AND JOINING OF COMPOSITES: Cutting.drilling . “Analysis and Performance of Fibre Composites".mechanical behaviour of isotropic and orthotropic materials .Basic principles of production of composite materials & products.terminology of laminated fibre reinforced composite materials .Interlaminar stresses in laminates. .forces and momentsStresses and Deflections under different boundary conditions.Advantages & limitations of different processes. 3.mechanics of materials approach . 1984.Resultant forces and moments in a laminate . Agarwal B D & Broutman L J.lamina stress strain behaviour .Basic strength theories Determinations of engineering constants .Pultrusion Pulforming. (6) MOULDING AND FORMING OF COMPOSITES: Lay up and curing .Injections moulding . 2. 1990. Meier Sehwartyz. Machining of composites .advantages of strength and stiffnesses of composites .Bending and Buckling of laminated plates .hand lay up techniques . strains relations for plane stress in an orthotropic materials and in a lamina of arbitrary orientation .bag moulding . McGraw Hill Book Co. "Composite Materials Hand Book".Advantages and limitations.current and potential usage of composites. McGraw Hill Book Co. "Composites . (6) MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF A LAMINA: Engineering constants for orthotropic materials. John Wiley & Sons Inc.blow moulding.A Design Guide".” Mechanics of Composite Materials". Industrial Press Inc.space hardware .Automobile electrical and electronics recreational and sports equipments . (6) LAMINATED PLATES AND BEAMS: Types of laminated plates and beams . (5) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1.joining methods . NY.Thermoforming .missiles . 1987. Robert M Jones.strength of an orthotropic lamina . (6) MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF A LAMINATE: Classical lamination theory .adhesive bonding .07ED005 MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Classification and characteristics of composite materials . (5) APPLICATIONS OF COMPOSITES: Aircraft . (6) PRODUCTION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS & PRODUCTS: Matrix and their role Principal types of fibre and matrix materials .mechanical fastening . Terry Richardson. 1970. 4.stress.Filament winding .elementary mechanical behaviour.Types of laminates Strength and Stiffness of laminates .open and closed mould processes .Future potential of composites.

(6) CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER: Governing equations. .orthogonal and general co-ordinate systems . (6) Solution methods for elliptic. 1986. Yogesh Jaluria & Kenneth E. boundary conditions. (6) Total: 45 REFERENCES: 1. phase change problems. modeling of convection problems. 1980. Monte .Kutta method.. “Computational Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer”. finite difference method. hyperbolic.Torrance. different solution algorithms. Narosa Publication. Hemisphere Publishing Corporation.Initial and boundary conditions. stream function and vorticity formulation. Runge . iterative and direct methods.V. Hemisphere Publishing Company New York.conservation of mass momentum and energy laminar and turbulent flow . (5) INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOW: Finite difference. (6) RADIATIVE HEAT TRANSFER: Basic concepts. (6) FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD: Forward. Compressible flow: Basic governing equation. consistency. 1995 3. Muralidhar K & Sundararajan T. Patankar S. MAC and SIMPLE algorithms. stability analysis. calculation of lift and drag.Carlo method. backward and central difference schemes explicit and implicit methods. upwind schemes. 2. Errors. “Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow”. “Computational Heat Transfer”. and first order wave equations. (5) INVISCID FLOW: Panel method. approximate methods for forced convection: Similarity solution for natural convection. radiosity method. Grid generation methods.07ED017 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Governing equations . (5) CONDUCTION HEAT TRANSFER: Steady and unsteady state.

New Delhi. Product configuration management-product structure. (9) PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: Quality function deployment-quality project approach and the problem solving process. access control and its use in life cycle. Change management. search facilities as designed by the enterprise. CAD and ERP integration in PDM-use of product view and info engine. John W Gosnay and Christine M Mears. “Enterprise Resource Planning”. Addision Wesley. version and version control of parts and documents. Mark Hederson and Phillip Wolfe. Development of standard classification for components and suppliers. 4. . “Business Intelligence with Cold Fusion”. Creating parts-part master. (9) AUTOMATING BUSINESS PROCESS: Workflows-life cycle and work flow integration. Lifecycle models. Design creativity-innovations in design alternatives. 5. Industrial case studies. Alexis Leon. user interfaces. 2000. California. (8) COLLABORATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN: Data transfer. 6. David S Linthicum. 3. Workgroup collaboration. Boston. Prentice Hall India. “Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing” McGRaw-Hill Inc. (8) Total : 42 REFERENCES: 1. New York. practical example of a complex product. benefits. Variants of e-commerce. Industrial design principles. value addition to customer. 2. Concurrent engineering. Model assembly process-link product and operational information. 2001.07PC010 COLLABORATIVE PRODUCT DESIGN AND LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Product lifecycle management-concepts. 2002. Document management-creation and viewing of documents. configuration item. David Bedworth. Software-PDM/CPC/PLM and their comparison. Prima Publishing. Rapid prototyping. Customisation factors-creation of business objects. Wind-Chill R5. EEE Edition. system administration. “Building and Intelligent e-business”. David Ferry and Larry Whipple. 1991. users and project management. software. Product development process and functions..creation of projects and roles. (8) DATA MANAGEMENT: Components of typical PDM setup-hardware. case studies. New Delhi. “B2B Application Integration”. Tata McGraw Hill.0 Reference manuals 2000. 2000. Multisystem information sharing.

K. Field Balancing in one Plane. 2. Science Elsevier. 5. J. (12) ACTIVE VIBRATION CONTROL Introduction – Concepts and applications. Machine condition monitoring and diagnosis – Vibration severity criteria – Machine maintenance techniques – Machine condition monitoring techniques – Vibration monitoring techniques – Instrumentation systems – Choice of monitoring parameter. New Delhi..The Design of Information system. 3.” Vibratory Condition Monitoring of Machines “.J. Multi Degree Freedom System. J. Numerical methods in Vibration Analysis. Singiresu S. 1978. 1995. 4. Review of smart structures – Characteristics Active vibration control in smart structures. Rao. CRC Press. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. Wilson – “Numerical Methods in Finite Element Analysis” – Prentice Hall of India Pvt.O. (6) CONDITION BASED MAINTENANCE PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS Introduction . and in several Planes. Elsevier Science. two Planes. Shaft-to-coupling spool method. Den Hartog – “Mechanical Vibrations” – McGraw Hill. Ltd.S. “Mechanical Vibrations”. (6) Total : 45 REFERENCES: 1. Bathe and F. Determination of Natural frequencies and mode shapes.Control of Vibration – by Structural design – Material Selection – Localized additions – Artificial damping – Resilient isolation. (10) DYNAMIC BALANCING AND ALIGNMENT OF MACHINERY Introduction.07PC011 VIBRATION CONTROL AND CONDITION MONITORING 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION Review of Fundamentals of Single Degree Freedom Systems – Two Degree Freedom Systems. Machinery Alignment. (11) VIBRATION CONTROL Introduction – Reduction of Vibration at the Source .Peripheral Dial Indicator Method. Vibration isolation. “Rough” Alignment Methods. 2000. Reverse Indicator Method. Rao. Continuous system. Dynamic Balancing of Rotors. 1985. Newyork.I. selecting methods of monitoring. Vibration absorbers.. 1996.” Hand Book of Condition Monitoring”. The Face. . Review of smart materials – Types and Characteristics.Condition Monitoring Methods .

profitability index. AIT. (4) FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF CP OPTIONS: Cash flow. (6) MAJOR INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES CONSIDERING ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POINTS OF VIEW: Identification of major unit processes associated with energy consumption and pollution generation. United Nations Environment Programme. 7. Review No:32. link with sustainable production and consumption concepts.LCA package (5) CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM(CDM): Introduction .07PC012 CLEANER PRODUCTION AND CDM 3 0 0 100 INTRODUCTION: Industrial and commercial sector development and related energy and environmental issues. depreciation.life cycle studies . measurement techniques. TSS. etc. TDS. 1994 4. units. Explanation of pollution control and technologies associated. Report No. 1991. (6) ENERGY AND WATER PINCH: An efficient waste minimization tool. (4) CLEANER PRODUCTION: Definition and its role in industrial and commercial sector. "Cleaner Production Audit". UNEP/IE. (4) ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND RESOURCE USE: Design for recycling . Company Environmental Reporting. significance. Visvanathan C and Parasnis M. approaches and means of pollution prevention.overview on cleaner production. A measure of the progress of Business and Industry towards Sustainable Development. (BOD. . Cleaner Production Training Manual.) waste and energy audit methodologies. (8) POLLUTION PREVENTION THROUGH PROCESS INTEGRATION (ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT: Process optimization by integrating both energy and environmental aspects. Industry and Environment. case studies (5) Total: 42 REFERENCES: 1. Tech. Modak P. 1997 2. sankey diagram. quality of product. net present value. COD. occupational health and safety. application of mass and energy balance in energy and environmental audit. 1996. payback period.Estimation of energy saving and GHG emissions reductions. selection of base line. Color. Project cost and financing options . ENSIC. energy management concepts and measures to improve energy efficiency. pollution prevention vs pollution control . United Nations Environment Programme. life cycle analysis. 3. and other aspects of CP. Audit and Reduction Manual for Industrial Emissions and Wastes.Basic Requirements of CDM projects . etc. project design. carbon credit. (5) ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS / CONCEPTS FOR CP: Basic terminology. extended producer responsibility. internal rate of return.

(5) BASICS OF FLUID MECHANICS IN MACRO AND MESO SCALES: Viscosity of fluids-flow patterns. McGraw Hill. Si3N4 and polycrystalline Silicon. Enhanced CVD physical vapour deposition. “VLSI Technology”. Silicon piezoresistors. 2000. Silicon diode. electromagnetic forces. 2001. Conductive polymers. Applications of microsystems. Heat conduction in solids in submicrometer scale. ideal substrates for MEMS. the SLIGA process. scaling in heat conducting and heat convection. fracture toughness and interfacial fracture mechanics. rectangular plate with all edges fixed and square plates with all edges fixed. Mechanical properties of Si. Static bending of thin plates-circular plates with edge fixed. 4. New York. Three dimensional packaging. materials for substrates and photoresists. Assembly of microsytems-selection of packaging materials. “Microsensors: Principles and Applications”. The three levels of microsystem packaging-die level. New York. Single crystal Silicon and wafers crystal structure. Basic equation in continuum fluid dynamics. Scaling in geometry. 1998. Isotropic and anisotropic etching-wet etchants. Oxide thickness by colour. John Wiley and Sons. Gallium arsenside. Kundsen and Mach number and modelling of microgas flow. Laminar fluid flow in circular conduits. (5) MATERIALS FOR MEMS AND MICROSYSTEMS: Substrates and wafers-silicon as a substrate material. McGraw Hill. (5) SCALINGLAWS IN MINIATURIZATION: Introduction. Thermal stresses. Fluid flow in submicrometer and nanoscale-rarefied gas. Microaccelerometers-design theory and damping coefficients. 3. MEMS and microactuators. (7) MICROMANUFACTURING AND MICROSYSTEM PACKAGING: Bulk micromachining. (5) MICROSYSTEM FABRICATION PROCESS: Photolithography. New York. “Micromachined Transducers Sourcebook”. Reynolds number. Chang C Y and Sze S M. New York. The LIGA process-description. capillary effect and micropumping. Quartz-piezoelectric crystals. (8) ENGINEERING MECHANICS FOR MICROSYSTEMS DESIGN: Introduction. wire bonding and sealing. Oxidation-thermal oxidation. Chemical vapour deposition-principle. electroplating. Mark Madou “Fundamentals of Microfabrication”. microaccelerometers. Photoresist and applications. Light sources. Sputtering. Working principles of microsystems-microsensors. SiC. CRC Press. scaling in electricity and fluidic dynamics. Silicon compounds-SiO2. problems associated in surface micromachining. Mc Graw Hill. Scaling in rigid body dynamics. Thermal oxidation rates. Kovacs G T A. Mechanical vibration. Polymers for MEMS. Diffusion process. 5. dry etching comparison of wet and dry etching. Microsystems and microelectronics. New York. Etching-chemcial and plasma etching. Thermal conductivity of thin films. (7) Total 42 REFERENCES: 1. 1997. “Semiconductor Sensors”. Heat conduction in multilayered thin films. The Trimmer force scaling vector-scaling in electrostatic forces. Ion implanation. Deposition by epitaxy. reactants in CVD. Sze S M. Evaluation of microfabrication. 2. Incompressible fluid flow in microconducts-surface tension. etch stops. 1994. Thermomechanics. Microsystem packaging-general considerations. Resonant vibration. Fracture mechanics-stress intensity factors. Surface micromachining-process in general.07ED105 MICRO ELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 3 0 0 100 MEMS AND MICROSYSTEMS: MEMS and microsystem products. heat conduction equation for thin films. microactuators. . Julian W Gardner. Computational fluid dynamics. device level and system level. Essential packaging technologies-die preparation-surface bonding.

Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 2002. .6. Ltd. New Delhi.. Tai-Ran Hsu. “MEMS and Microsystems Design and Manufacture“.