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GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)
Subject Name Advanced Machine Design

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Course content General design procedure for design problems, design concepts, product design and development, Product design specifications, Product life cycle, Protection of intellectual property, Bench marking, Brainstorming, Ethics in Engineering design, Whistle blowing. Design for strength & rigidity. Design based on - Fatigue, Fracture, Creep criteria, safe life v/s fail safe design. Dynamic design of Mechanical equipments: Modelling of machine tools, Aircraft and Automobiles etc. for determining dynamic characteristics and extraction of Modal parameters for dynamic design. Design for manufacturing including assembly aspects & other aspects, reliability based design of mechanical components. Recent developments in pressure vessel design, testing of pressure vessels as per standards. Computer aided design of pressure vessels Rotating disc and rotating cylinder:- Disc with uniform thickness disc for uniform strength stresses in rotating cylinders with and without internal pressure. Thermal stress, creep and stress rupture; Dynamic and fatigue behaviour Friction theories, wear & types of wear, Lubrication, different modes of lubrication -hydrodynamic, hydrostatic & Elasto-Hydrodynamic, porous bearings, determination of static load capacity of bearing (Stribeks equation), bearing design & testing. Lubrication problems at certain extreme environmental conditions pressure, temperature & vacuum Recent trends in materials handling equipment design, basic principles of design, main girder design, structure analysis , loading patterns, service factors & environmental conditions, testing as per BIS, etc. Advances in gear design, gear materials, corrective gear design, gear rating calculation as per BIS, etc Quality Function Deployment Concurrent engineering

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Reference Books: 1. Machine Design An Integrated Approach by Robert L Norton, Pearson Education. 2. Mechanical System Design by Farazdak Haidery. 3. Engineering Design by George E. Dieter, McGraw Hill. 4. Material handling equipment by P.Rudenko, MIR Publication. 5. Handbook of Gear design by G.M. Maitra, vol. I & II. 6. Mechanical analysis & design by Burr and Cheatham. 7. Mechanical Vibrations by S.S.Rao. 8. Pressure Vessel Design by Bednar. 9. Process Equipment Design by Joshi. 1

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)
Subject Name Computer Aided Machine Design

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Course content Introduction: Need and Scope of Computer Aided Machine Design Computer graphics: Principles of interactive computer graphics and overview of hardware available for use in CAD; Scan conversion; Bresenhams Algorithm for line, circle, Geometric transformations- 2D and 3D translation, scaling, rotation, shear and reflection, homogeneous transformations Geometric modelling: Types of mathematical representation of curves, wire frame models wire frame entities parametric representation of synthetic curves Hermit cubic splines Bezier curves, B-splines rational curves. Representations : B-rep and C-rep, Feature based modelling. Surface modeling :Mathematical representation surfaces, Surface model, Surface entities surface representation, Parametric representation of surfaces, plane surface, rule surface, surface of revolution, Tabulated Cylinder. Geometric modelling-3D: Solid modeling, Solid Representation, Boundary Representation (B-rep), Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG). Solid modeling using software: Solid modeling of components and Assembly using CAD software such as ProEngineer/Inventor Professional / Mechanical Desktop Computer aided design of machine components: To develop computer programs using C/ C++ / MATLAB Programming language for the machine components such as shafts, springs, couplings, clutches, brakes, levers, gears, belts Engineering optimization: Optimum design of Machine Elements, Johnsons method, single variable and multi variable optimization techniques. Single objective and Multi-objective functions related to machine component design

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REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice by Ibrahim Zeid & R.Sivasubramanian, Tata Mc Graw Hill international. 2. Geometric Modelling, Mortenson, M.E., John Wiley & Sons, NY, 1985. 3. David F. Rogers and J. Alan Adams, Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics, McGraw-Hill. 4. Mastering CAD/CAM / Ibrahim Zeid / Mc Graw Hill international. CAD/CAM / P.N. Rao / TMH. 5. Engineering Optimization by S.S.Rao. 6. Engineering Optimization by Kalyanmoy Deb. 7. Design of Machine Elements by C.S. Sharma & Kamlesh Purohit, PHI Publications. 2

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)
Subject Name Computer Aided Production Management

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Course content Computer Aided Forecasting : Nature and use of forecast, sources of data, demand patterns, forecasting methods Delphys method, Time series method, exponential smoothing, linear regression, Box Jerkins method, ,selection of forecasting technique, measurement of forecast AccuracyMAD, Adoptive methods Computerized relative allocation of facility technique, automated layout design program and computerized relationship layout planning for facility location and layout Group Technology: - Introduction, objectives part families, algorithms and models for G.T. - Rank order clustering, Bond energy, mathematical model for machine component cell formation. Design and manufacturing attributes. Parts classification and coding, concept of composite job machine group, cell group tooling, design rationalization, CAD/CAM and GT benefits. Computer Aided Process Planning: Generative and variant types, backward and forward approach, feature based and CAD based CAPP, Operation Management. MRP: Introduction, Objective, Input, Computational procedure, information provided by the system. Detailed capacity planning, manufacturing resources planning. ERP: Introduction, main features, generic model of ERP system, selection of ERP, proof of concept approach, analytic hierarchy approach, ERP implementation Job Sequencings, scheduling SHOP FLOOR CONTROL: Data collection, computer generated time standard COMPUTER AIDED INSPECTION: Computer Aided Testing, Contact type, non-contact type. SIMULATION: Major activities, purpose, simulation process, types methodology, simulation packages, process quality simulator, computer requirements trends, applications simulation of machine shop.

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REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Computer Aided Manufacture by Chien Chang and Richard A Wysk, Prentice Hall. 2. CAD / CAM by M.P. Groover & Zimmers. 3. G.T. in the engineering industry Bur bridge. 4. Modern Production Management Buffa & Sarin. 5. Computer Aided Production Management P.B.Mahapatra. 6. Production Operation Management Adam Ebert. 7. CAD / CAM / CIM by P. Radhakrishnan, S. Subramanyan, New Age International.

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)
Subject Name Advanced Materials And Processes

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Course content ADVANCED MATERIALS:Super alloys, Ferro electric and piezoelectric materials, Advanced magnetic materials, Advanced engineering polymer materials, Advanced ceramic and composite materials, photo conducting and photovoltaic materials, electro-optic materials, Lasers, smart materials PROCESSING OF MATERIALS:Conventional processing techniques for advanced materials, special processing techniques, use of computers in metal processing CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION TECHNIQUES:Destructive and Non-destructive evaluation techniques, Electron and X-ray techniques, Distortion and Residual stress measurement. PERFORMANCE OF MATERIALS IN SERVICE:Service performance, corrosion and its control, Delayed fracture, Performance of materials at High & low temperatures, Radiation damage and recovery. DESIGN:Introduction :Design philosophy steps in Design process General Design rules for manufacturability basic principles of designing for economical production creativity in design. MATERIALS: Selection of Materials for design Developments in Material technology criteria for material selection Material selection interrelationship with process selection process selection charts MACHINING PROCESS: Overview of various machining processes general design rules for machining - Dimensional tolerance and surface roughness Design for machining Ease Redesigning of components for machining ease with suitable examples. General design recommendations for machined parts METAL CASTING: Appraisal of various casting processes, selection of casting process, - general design considerations for casting casting tolerances use of solidification simulation in casting design product design rules for sand casting METAL JOINING: Appraisal of various welding processes, Factors in design of weldments general design guidelines pre and post treatment of welds effects of thermal stresses in weld joints design of brazed joints FORGING:Design factors for Forging Closed die forging design parting lines of dies drop forging die design general design recommendations . EXTRUSION & SHEET METAL WORK:Design guidelines for extruded sections - design principles for Punching, Blanking, Bending, Deep Drawing Keeler Goodman Forming Line Diagram Component Design for Blanking PLASTICS: Viscoelastic and creep behavior in plastics Design guidelines for Plastic components Design considerations for Injection Moulding Design guidelines for machining and joining of plastics

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Reference Books: 1. Design for Manufacture / John Cobert / Adisson Wesley, 1995. 2. ASM Handbook, Vol.20. 3. Engineering Design- A Material and Processing Approach / George E. Deiter / McGraw Hill Intl., 2nd Edition, 2000. 4. Product design and Manufacturing / A.K Chitale and R.C Gupta / Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2003. 5. Design and Manufacturing / Surender Kumar & Goutham Sutradhar / Oxford &IBH Publishing Co. Pvt .Ltd., New Delhi, 1998.

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)
Subject Name CAD & Solid modelling Lab

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Practicals To prepare a computer program for scan converting a line using Bresenhams algorithm. To prepare a computer program for scan converting a circle using Bresenhams algorithm. Preparation of computer program for 2D transformations. Preparation of computer program for 3D transformations. Study of DXF, IGES, STL and script file formats and preparing models. Study of Solid Modelling and making models using commercial software. Study of Wire frame Modelling and making models using commercial software. Study of Surface Modelling and making models using commercial software. Computer program preparation for the designing of Machine components using File / Database management. Development of computer program for the Optimization of Machine elements.

Software Practice Project- Acquire skill to use any CAD software, to prepare solid models of assembly and components and prepare the views from CAD file of solid models. A project to prepare solid models and their views of assembly and components is to be completed and submitted.

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GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)
Subject Name CAPM & Programming Lab

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Practicals Salient features and facilities of ideal software. C, C++ programming. Forecasting methods and c program of any one. Computerized plant layout design. Material requirement planning. Group technology. Computer aided process planning. Algorithm and C program for sequencing / scheduling. Computer aided quality control. Shop floor control & computer process monitoring. Enterprise resource planning. Simulation.

Programs are to be developed and used in above topics. At least one project and case study should be undertaken. Recent research and development are to be referred.

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GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (Cryogenic Engineering)
Subject Name ELEMENTS OF CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

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Course content Introduction: Meaning & definition of cryogenics, Importance of cryogenics studies, properties of engineering materials at cryogenic temperatures, mechanical properties ,thermal properties, electric & magnetic properties, super conducting materials ,thermo electric materials, composite materials, properties of cryogenic fluids, super fluidity of He 3 &He4. Cryogenic Measurement systems: Temperature measurements, pressure measurements, flow measurements, liquid level measurements, fluid quality measurements. Importance of Cryogenic insulations: -Various factors for selection of insulations, various types such as expanded foams, gas filled& fibrous insulation, vacuum insulation, evacuated powder& fibrous insulation, opacified powder insulation, multi layer insulation, comparison of performance of various insulations. Salient Applications of cryogenic systems: Super conductive devices such as bearings, motors, cryotrons, magnets, space technology, space simulation chamber, cryogenics in biology and medicine, food preservation and industrial applications, nuclear propulsions ,chemical propulsions. Hazards:-Physical hazards, Chemical hazards, Physiological hazards, Combustion hazards, oxygen hazards, , accidents in cryogenic plants & prevention Safety in handling of cryogens, care for storage of gaseous cylinders, familiarization with regulations of department of explosives.

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List of Experiments:
1. Study of cryogenic properties of hydrogen and helium. 2. Study of low temperature measurement instrument. 3. Study of flow measurement and quality measurement instrument. 4. Study of liquid level measurement. 5. Study of insulation used in cryogenic equipment. 6. Study of cryogenic application (superconductivity) 7. Study of cryogenic application in space technology. 8. Study of cryogenic application in bio medical and food preservation 9. Study of safety while handling fluid. 10. To find the thermal conductivity of powder insulation by boil off calorimeter method.

Reference Books:
1. Cryogenic systems-Baron, McGraw-Hill book 2. Cryogenic fundamentals-Haselden, Academic press New York 3. Cryogenic technology Vance 4. Advance cryogenic bailey, plenum press 5. Cryogenic engineering -Scott 6. Cryogenic Engineering & Gas Applications By Dr. P.K.Bose.

Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad Master of Engineering Programme

M. E. Semester I
Communication and Research Skills (C&RS)

1. Course Objective:
Communication and Research are essential skills for success in professional career. The major objective of this course is to develop skills in communication and research. For the technocrats it is very important to have proper communication skills in representing their problems and ideas in a simple language, and reporting their research work. Apart from that, on several occasions they require skills in technical writing also. Therefore, the objective of the course is to acquaint the students with the basic concepts and techniques of communication that are useful in developing the skills of communicating effectively, and also for giving basic ideas of research methods and their reporting.

2. Course Duration:
The Course will have totally 56 hours which are divided into eight modules. Each module consists of seven hours of 60 minutes each and carries a weightage of about 7.5 marks each.

3. Teaching & Examination Scheme: TEACHING & EXAMINATION SCHEME


Semester I
Teaching Scheme- Hours Examination Scheme Mid Sem. Exam (Theory)/ Internal Evaluatio nMarks/Ho urs

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Subject Name Theory Tutorial Pract.

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Practica l/Term Work/ Viva ExamMarks/ Hours

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Communication & Research Skills

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4. Course Contents:
Module Session No. Modules/Sub-Modules Concepts of Communications: Definition, Forms of 7 I Communication, Objectives of Communication, Characteristics of Communication, Process of Communication, Communication, Roadblocks, Role of Verbal and Non-verbal Symbols in Communication, Barriers to Effective Communication, Overcoming Communication Barriers

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Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad Master of Engineering Programme II Nonverbal communication: Body Language, Gestures, Postures, Facial Expressions, Dress codes; the Cross Cultural Dimensions of Business Communication; Listening and Speaking, techniques of electing response, probing questions, Observation. Business and social etiquettes; Listening Skills: Definition, Anatomy of poor Listening, Features of a good Listener, Role Play, Group Discussion and Interviews, Meetings: Ways and Means of conducting meetings effectively, Mock Meetings and Interviews Reading and language skills The reading process, purpose, different kinds of texts, reference material, scientific and technical texts, active and passive reading, strategies - vocabulary skills, eye reading and visual perception, prediction techniques, scanning skills, distinguishing facts and opinions, drawing inferences and conclusions, comprehension of technical material - scientific and technical texts, instructions and technical manuals, graphic information. Forms of Communication in Written mode: Basics Body language of Business Letters and Memos, Tone of writing, enquiries, orders and replying to them, sales letters, Job applications and resume, E-mail: How to make smart e-mail, Writing Business Reports and Proposals, Practice for Writing Referencing and Writing skills: Business letters: Enquiries, Circulars, Quotations, Orders, Acknowledgments, Executions, Complaints, Claims and adjustments, Collection letter, Banking correspondence, Agency correspondence, Bad news and persuading letters, Sales letters, Job application letters - Biodata, Covering Letter, Interview Letters, Letter of Reference, Memos, minutes, Circulars & notices Types of Business Reports - Format, Choice of vocabulary, coherence and cohesion, paragraph writing, organization reports by individual, Report by committee. Introduction to Research and Research Design Nature and scope of research, information based decision making and source of knowledge. The research process; basic approaches and terminologies used in research. Defining research question and framing of hypotheses, Preparing a research plan, qualitative and quantitative research designs, Experimentation, Observational studies, Exploring secondary data. Measurement and Scaling, Data Source and Data Collection Field research; primary data collection from observations, surveys and experimentation. Measurement and scaling; commonly used scales in reliability and validity of scales. Designing instrument for data collection; testing the instrument, data collection process, Sampling methods and procedures and sample size decisions. 7

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Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad Master of Engineering Programme 7 VII Data Analysis and Presentation Editing and coding of data, tabulation, graphic presentation of data, cross tabulation, Testing of hypotheses; type I and II errors, one tailed and two tailed tests of significance, Parametric and nonparametric tests for Univariate and Bivariate data. Tests of association; simple linear regression and other nonparametric tests. VIII Technical Writing: Technical Proposal writing: Definition, Purpose, types, characteristics, Elements of structure, style and appearance, evaluation, exercises, Research report writing, Proposal writing, referencing, forms of reports, bibliography, etc. Research paper, Dissertation, and Thesis, Instruction Manuals, Type of instructions, Writing Instructions, Technical Descriptions, Process descriptions, Guidelines for Writing Good Descriptions 7

5. Basic Text Books:


Sr. No. T1 Author/s Lesikar, R. V. & Flatley Name of the Book Basic Business Communication Skills for Empowering the Internet Generation. Technical Communications Research Methodology Publisher Tata McGraw Hill Edition and Year of Publication 2005 or Latest

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Meenakshi Raman, Sangeeta Sharma D. K. Bhattacharyya

Oxford Excel Books

Latest Edition 2nd Edition

6. Reference Books:
Sr. No. R1 Author/s Name of the Book Publisher Edition and Year of Publication Latest Edition

Bowman, J.P. & Branchaw, P.P. M Ashraf Rizvi E. H. McGrath Meera Banerji

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Business Communications: From Process to Product Effective Technical Communication Basic Managerial Skills for all Developing Communication Skills Business Data Analysis Using Excel Excellence in Business Communication Technical Writing

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Whigham, David Thill, J. V. & Bovee, G. L. Sajitha

Dryden Press, Chicago Tata McGraw Hill Prentice hall India McMillan India Ltd. Oxford McGraw Hill Himalaya

Latest Edition Latest Edition Latest Edition

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Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad Master of Engineering Programme Jayaprakash Adair, J. Effective Communication Pan 2003 R8 Mcmillan R9 Donald R. Cooper and Pamela S. Schindler Taylor, Sinha & Ghoshal Business Research Methods (IX edition) Tata McGraw IX edition Hill Publishing Company Ltd PHI Latest Edition

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Research Methodology: A Guide for Researchers in Management and Social Sciences

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