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Detailed Syllabus Of

DIPLOMAINMECHANICAL ENGINEERING

COURSEPERIOD:3YEARS(SIXSEMESTER)TOTALMARKS 3000 FIRSTSEMESTER COURSETITLE APPLIEDMATHEMATICSI APPLIEDPHYSICS APPLIEDCHEMISTRY INTRODUCTIONTOIT SECONDSEMESTER COURSETITLE COMMUNICATIONSKILLSI APPLIEDMATHEMATICSII APPLIEDPHYSICS ENGINEERINGDRAWING WORKSHOPPRACTICE THIRDSEMESTER COURSETITLE COMPUTERAPPLICATION1 APPLIEDMACHINES ELECTRICALAND ELECTRONICSENGINEERING MECHANICALENGINEERING DRAWINGI MATERIALSCIENCE PAPER CODE DME310 DME310P DME320 DME320P DME330 DME330P DME340 DME350 DME350P MARKS THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL 50 50 100 50 50 100 50 50 50 00 50 100 100 100 100 PAPER CODE DME210 DME210P DME220 DME230 DME230P DME240 DME240P DME250P MARKS PRACTICAL TOTAL 50 100 00 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 PAPER CODE DME110 DME120 DME120P DME130 DME130P DME140 MARKS THEORY PRACTICAL 100 00 50 50 50 100 50 00

TOTAL 100 100 100 100

THEORY 50 100 50 50 00

FOURTHSEMESTER COURSETITLE COMPUTERAPPLICATIONII THERMODYNAMICSI STRENGTHTOFMATERIALS WORKSHOPTECHNOLOGYI MECHANICALENGINEERING DRAWING 2 PAPER CODE DME410 DME410P DME420 DME420P DME430 DME430P DME440 DME440P DME450P MARKS THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL 50 50 100 50 50 50 00 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 100

FIFTHSEMESTER COURSETITLE FLUIDMACHINES THERMODYNAMICSII PAPER CODE DME510 DME510P DME520 DME520P DME530 MARKS THEORY PRACTICAL TOTAL 50 50 100 50 100 50 100 50 00 50 00 100 100 100 100

INDUSTRIALECONOMY& PRINCIPALSOFMANAGEMENT AUTOMOBILEENGINEERING DME540 DME540P PRODUCTIONMANAGEMENT DME550

SIXTHSEMESTER COURSETITLE INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT THEORYOFMACHINES MACHINEDESIGN PROJECTWORK PAPERCODE DME610 DME620 DME630 DME640 THEORY 100 100 100 00 MARKS PRACTICAL TOTAL 00 100 00 00 200 100 100 200

Note: TheoryPaper:30%ContinuousInternalAssessmentand70%Universityexamination. PracticalPaper:30%ContinuousInternalAssessmentand70%Universityexamination. ContinuousInternalAssessment: 1)Twoorthreetestsoutofwhichminimum TwowillbeconsideredforAssessment 2)Seminars/Assignments/Quizzes 3)Attendance,classparticipation Andbehavior 60%ofContinuousInternal Assessment 30%ofContinuousInternalAssessment 10%ofContinuousInternalAssessment

SEMESTERI DME110 APPLIEDMATHEMATICS1

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:70Marks TotalMarks:100 ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks Section E will com prise of 1015 short answers type questions, which will cover the entire syllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the questionpaperandtheentiresectionE. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed.

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SECTIONA 1.AlGEBRA ApplicationofQuadraticequationssimultaneousequations(onelinearandotherQuadraticequation) intwovariablestoengineeringproblems. Arthmetic Progression, its nth term and sum of n terms with their applications to engineering problems.GeometricalProgression,itsnthtermandsumofntermsandtoinfinitywithapplicationto engineeringproblems. Partial fractions (excluding repeated quadratic factors) formally introduction of permutations & combinations,applicationsofformulaefornprncr Binomialtheorem(expansionwithoutproof)forpositiveintegralindex(expansionandgeneralterm). Binomial theorem for any index (expansion without proof only). First and second binomial approximationwithapplicationtoengineeringproblems. SECTIONB 2.TRIGNOMETRY Concept of angles, measurement of angles in degrees, grades and radians and their conversions. Trignometricalratiosandtheirrelations. Reviewofratiosofsomestandardangles(0,30,45,60,90degrees),TRatiosofAlliedangles(without proof),Sum,differenceformulaeandtheirapplications(withoutproof). Productformulae(Transformationofproducttosum,differenceandviceversa).TRatiosofmultiple angles,submultipleangles(2A,3A,A/2). Areaofatriangle,Herosformulae,solutionoftriangleswithdirectapplicationsofcosineformulae, sineformulae,Napiersanalogyonly. SECTIONC
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3.COORDINATEGEOMETRY Cartesiancoordinates(twodimensions),Distancebetweentwopoints,InternalandExternaldivision formulae,Applicationofareaformulae(withoutproof). Areaoftrianglewhenitsverticesaregiven,coordinatesofcentroid,incentreofatrianglewhen the verticesaregiven,usingtheformulaes,simpleproblemsonlocus. Application of equation of straight line in various standard forms, intersection of two straight lines, anglebetweentwolines.Perpendiculardistanceformulae. Generalequationofacircleanditscharacteristics.Tofindtheequationofacirclegiven (i)Centerand radius(ii)Threepointsonit(iii)Coordinatesofendpointsofadiameter. SECTIOND
nd Plottingofcurvesy=(f(x),f(x)beingalgebraicfunctionofx(maximumupto2 degree).

Definition of conic section. Standard equation of parabola, To find equations of parabola when its focusanddirectrixaregiven,Giventheequationofaparabola,determinationofitsfocus,vertexaxis, directrixandlactusrectum. Ellipse and hyberbola (standard equations without proof), given the equationin the standard form , determinationoffocus,directrix,lactusrectum.Axes,eccentricityandcenter. ConceptofPolarcoordinates&theirconversiontoCartesiancoordinates&viceversa, cylinder,cone,3D

DME120

APPLIEDPHYSICSI
UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks: 40%

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. Section E will comprise of 1015 short answers type questions, which will cover the entire syllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandD ofthequestion paperandthe entiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed

SECTIONA MECHANICS 1.UNITSANDDIMENSIONS FundamentalandderivedunitsinSISystem,


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DimensionsofPhysicalQuantitites, Principleofhomogeneity Dimensionalequation, Applicationsofdimensionalanalysis:Checkingthecorrectnessofphysicalequations, Derivationofsimplephysicalrelations,LimitationofDimensionalAnalysis,significantfiguresand ErrorAnalysis. 2.FORCEANDMOTION ScalarsandVectors, Velocity&acceleration, Equationsofmotion, Newtonslawofmotion, Force&itsderivationfromNewtonslawsofmotion, Compositionandresolutionofforces, ParabolicMotion Horizontalprojectionandprojectionatanangle,timeofflight, Horizontalrangeandmaximumhorizontalrange, SimpleProblems, Centripetalacceleration,centripetalandcentrifugalforces, Conceptoffrictionanditsapplication. Applicationtobankingofroads SECTIONB 3.WORK,POWERANDENERGY WorkanditsUnits, Workdoneonbodiesmovingon horizontalandinclinedplanes(considerfrictional forcesalso). ConceptofPoweranditsunits, Calculationsofpower(simplecases). ConceptofKineticenergyandpotentialenergy ExpressionsforP.EandK.E, Conservationofenergyinthecaseoffreely fallingbodies, Principleofconservationofenergy. 4.ROTATIONALANDSIMPLEHARMONICMOTIONS Definitionofmomentofinertia, Momentofinertiaofdisc,ring&sphere, Torqueandangularmomentumandtheirinterrelation, Principlesofconservation(angularmomentumanditsapplications). Kineticenergyofrollingbody, S.H.M derivationofdisplacement,velocity,acceleration,timeperiodandfrequency, Motionofcantilever,Free,forcedandresonantvibrations(Noderivation). SECTIONC HEAT 1.TEMPERATUREANDITSMEASUREMENT ConceptofheatandtemperatureonthebasisofK.E.ofmolecules. Unitofheat BasicPrinciplesofmeasurementoftemperature, Thermocouple, Bimetallicandresistance, PyrometersandThermometers Criteriafortheselectionofthermometers.
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2.EXPANSIONOFSOLIDS Coefficientoflinear, Surfaceandcubicalexpansionsandrelationamongstthem, Thermalstresses(qualitativeonly)andtheirapplications. SECTIOND 3.HEATTRANSFER Threemodesoftransferofheat, Coefficientofthermalconductivity,itsdeterminationbySearlesmethodandLeesdiscmethod. Conductionthroughcompoundmedia(Seriesandparallelfortwomaterialsonly), Heatradiation,Characteristicsofheatradiations, Prevoststheoryofheatexchange, Blackbodyradiations, Emissivityandabsorbtivity Kirchoffslawandstefanslawofradiation.

DME120P

APPLIEDPHYSICSI
UniversityExamination:35Marks Continuous InternalAssessment:15Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40%

1.Todeterminethedensityofacylinderusingverniercalipersandbalance. 2.Todetermineareaofcrosssectionofwireusingscrewguage. 3.Todeterminethethicknessofglasspieceusingspherometer. 4.Calculationandverficationofperiodofvibrationofacantilever(usegraph) 5.VerifyParallelogramlawofforces. 6.MeasurementofK.E.gainedbyabodydroppedthroughheighth. 7.Tofindthecoefficientoflinearexpressionofgivenrod. 8.CaliberationofThermocouple.

DME130

APPLIEDCHEMISTRYI
3Hrs. 50 Continuous

MaximumTime: UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks: InternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40%

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. EachofthesectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry 15%ofthetotalmarks 3. Section E will comprise of 1015 short answers type questions, which will cover the entire syllabusandwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.STRUCTUREOFATOM Chemistry as important branch of science, Basic concept of Elements Mixture and compound, ChemicalEquation,itsbalancing,implicationsandlimitations. RecapitulationofFundamentalParticlesofatomi.eelectron.Protonandneutron. Bohrsmodelofatom LineSpectrumofHydrogen Modernconceptofatomfourquantumnumbers,shells,subshells,orbital(shapesofs&p Orbitals) Paulisexclusionprinciple. AfbauEnergyrankingrule. Orbitalconcepttypesofbondscovalency,formationofss,sp,pp,bondingwithexamples. Hybridizationsp,sp2,sp3,(considerBeF2,BF3,CH4)molecules. Briefconceptofmodernperiodictableofelements. SECTIONB 2.CHEMICALEQUATION,OXIDATION&REDUCTION ConceptofOxidation&Reduction. Electronicconceptofoxidationandreduction. Redoxreactions(directandindirect). OxidationNo.balancingofsimpleredoxreactionsbyoxidationNo. SECTIONC 3.IONICEQUILIBIRIUM Ionization.,degreeofionization, Focuseffectingionization Ionizationofwater,ionizationequilibriuminaqueoussolutions,commonioneffect 4.ACIDSANDBASES Conceptofacidsandbases,theirstrengthinionizationconstant.
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PHvalue,acidbasetitration,choiceofindicators. Hydrolysis Buffersolution 5.ELECTROLYSIS Conceptofelectrolysis. Faradayslawofelectrolysis. Engineeringapplications(electrometallurgy,electroplating&electrorefining) SECTIOND 6.WATER Hardandsoftwater,removalofhardnessby: a.Sodalimeprocess. b.Permutitsprocess. c.Ionexchangemethod. Disadvantagesofhardwaterinindustrialuse,boilerscales,priming,foamingcorrosionandcaustic embrittlement. Expressingthedegreeofhardnessofwaterin(withsimpleproblems) a.Clarksdegree b.OHenersmethod Determinationofdegreeofhardnessby(withsimpleproblems): a.Soaptitrationmethod: b.OHenersmethod: Waterfordrinkingpurposes. 7.SOLUTIONS&COLLOIDS Solute,solvent,solution&colloids. Particlesizeandcolloidalstate Tyndelleffect,Brownianmovement,coagulation.

DME130P

APPLIEDCHEMISTRYI
UniversityExamination: 35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40%

1. Introductionofbasicconceptsofvolumetricanalysis&otherrelatedequipment. 2. Find the strength in grams per litre of the given solution or sodium hydroxide with the help of standardoxalicacidsolution. 3. Find the strength of sulphuric acid in grams per litre using standard oxalic acid solution and an intermediatealkalisolutionindicatorphenopthalein. 4. Determine the strength of oxalic acid solution in grams per litre using standard sulphuric acid , Indicatormethylorange. 5. Determinethetotalalkalinityinppminthegivensampleofwaterbysoapsolutionmethod. 6. Estimatethetotalhardnessofasampleofwaterbysoapsolutionmethod. 7.Estimatetheamountofchloridespresentinwaterusingsilvernitratesolution.Indicatorpotassium chromate. 8. Determine percentage purity of commercial samples like blue vitrol and green vitrol volumetrically. 9. Qualitativeanalysisofsomeimportantacidic&basicradicalswithdirecttestingwith demonstrationofgroupanalysis.
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DME140

INTRODUCTIONTOIT
UniversityExamination:70Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:100 MinimumPassMarks:40%

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed
SECTIONA informationconcepts&processing definitionofinformation,dataVsinformation,introductiontoinformationsystem,informationrepresentation digitalmedia,images,graphics,animation,audio,videoetc.Needavalue&qualityofinformationtheconcept ofinformationentropy&numericals. SECTIONB Computerappreciation definitionofelectroniccomputer,history,generation,characteristics&applicationofcomputers,classification ofcomputers,RAM,ROM,computerhardware,CPU,variousI/Odevices,peripherals,storagemedia,software definitionandconcepts. SECTIONC Datacommunication&networks computernetworks,networkingofcomputers,introductiontoLAN,WAN,MAN,networktopologies,basic conceptsincomputerscomputernetworks,introductiontoGPRS,CDMA,GSM&FMtechnologies. SECTIOND Introductiontointernettechnologies HTML,DHTML,WWW,FTP,TELENET,webbrowser,netsurfing,searchengines,email,ISP,ecommerce, publickey,privatekey,safetyofbusinesstransactiononweb. Conceptsinoperationsystem Elementaryconceptsinoperationsystem,GUI,introductiontoDOS,MSwindows,

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SEMESTERII
DME210COMMUNICATIONSKILLS1
MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40% UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Corresponding:(Official,BusinessAndPersonal) ? OneLetterfromeachcategory(Official,BusinessandPersonal)maybesetinthe examinationpaperandthestudentsbeaskedtowriteoneofthem. SECTIONB 2.Grammar ? Abriefreviewofeasyformoftenses.Conversionofdirectnarrationintoindirect formofnarrationandviceversa(onlysimplesentences).Punctuation. SECTIONC 3.Essay ? Preferablyonscientifictopicfromthegivenoutlines.Thepapersettermaybe instructedtogiveachoiceofattemptingoneoutofthreetopics.Thequestionpaper mayprovidetheoutlines.Theessaywillbeof250to300words.Theexaminermay selectthreetopicsonefromeachofthefollowing. (i)Science (ii)Technology (iii)General. SECTIOND WrittenCommunication report, notices,agendanotes,businesscorrespondencepreparationofsummery&prices.

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DME210P COMMUNICATIONSKILLS1
MaximumTime: UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks: InternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 1 2 3 4. 5. 6. 7. 3Hrs. 50 Continuous

Locateaparticularbookinthelibrary. Findoutsomewordsinthedictionary. Prounciation,stressandintonation. Giveabbreviationsofparticularwordsandviceversa Givemeaningofsomewords. Spellsomewords. Practiceofhandlingsomecommunicationsystemsliketelephoneandnotingdown andconveying messages.

DME220 APPLIEDMATHEMATICSII
MaximumTime: UniversityExamination:70Marks TotalMarks: InternalAssessment:30Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 3Hrs. 100 Continuous

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstype questions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.DifferentialCalculus n Conceptoflimits.FourstandardlimitsLt x a x a Lt Lt x 0 x0(1+x) n x x Differentiationbydefinitionofx,sinx,cosx,tanx,e
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n x a

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Differentiationofsum,productandquotientoffunctions.Differentiationoffunction asafunction. Differentiationoftrigonometricinversefunctions.Logarithmicdifferentiation, Successivedifferentiation(excludingnthorder) Applications: (a)RateMeasures (b)Errors (c)MaximaandMinima (d)Equationoftangenttoacurveforexplicitfunctionsonlyandequationofa normal. (e)NewtonsMethodofsolvingequationusingtheformulaf(a)/f(a) SECTIONB 2.IntegralCalculus Integrationasinverseoperationofdifferentiation. SimpleIntegrationbysubstitution,bypartsandbypartialfractions(forlinearfactors only). Evaluationofdefiniteintegrals(simpleproblems) pi/2 n Sinxdx pi/2 n pi/2 mn Cosxdx SinxCosx

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000 usingformulaewithoutproof(mandnbeingpositiveintegersonly) Applications: (a)areaboundedbyacurveandaxes (b)volumeofsolidformedbyrevolutionofanareaaboutaxes.(Simpleproblems). (c)Centreofgravity (d)MomentofInertia (e)Averagevalue (f)Rootmeansquarevalueofafunction (g)gamafunction(reductionformula) SECTIONC 3.DifferentialEquation ConceptofformationofDifferentialEquationandsolutionoffirstorderdifferential equation. (a)Variablesseparation. (b)HomogeneousdifferentialEquation (c)LinearDifferentialEquation.axn SolutionofLineardifferentialEquationshavinge,Sinax,Cosaxandxintherighthandside. SECTIOND matrix addition,subtraction,multification,rankofmatrix

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DME230 APPLIEDPHYSICS
MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40% UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. Section Ewillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Waves Generationofwavesbyvibratingparticles,wavemotionanditsparameters. Equatingawave.Energytransferbyparticleandwave. Superpositionofwavesandinterference(graphical). Soundandlightaswavesfrequencies,wavelengthandvelocitiesandtheirrelationship. SECTIONB 2.ApplicationsofSound Ultrasonics (a)Productionofultrasonicwavesbyusingmagnetostrictionandpiezo electricmethods. (b)Applicationstodrillingcoldwelding,cleaning,flawdetectionandexploration (Sonar). Acoustics (a)Reflection,refractionandabsorptionofsoundwavesbysurfaces. (b)Echoandreverbration. 3.ApplicationsofLight Refractionandrefractiveindex. Defects in image formation (Qualitative), Simple and compound microscope, astronomical and Galaleotelescopesandtheirmagnifyingpowers. 4.Electrostatics Coloumbslaw,Unitcharge ElectricfieldandElectriclinesofforce. Electricintensityduetochargedstraightconductorandplanesheet. Capacitanceanditsunits,Parallelplatecapacitor. Groupingofcapacitorsinseriesandparallel(simpleproblems). Dielectricconstantitsfunctions. SECTIONC 5.D.C.Circuits Ohmslaw Kirchoffslaw WheatstoneBridgePrinciple. SimpleProblemsonseriesandparallelcircuits.
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SECTIOND 6.Electromagnetism Magneticfieldsanditsunits. Magneticfieldaroundacurrentcarryingconductor. Circularloopandsolenoids. Forceonamovingchargeandcurrentinamagneticfield. Forcebetweentwocurrentcarryingparallelconductors. MovingcoilgalvanometerConversionofgalvanometerintoAmmeterandVoltmeter. PermeabilityDia,paraandFerromagneticmaterials. 7.ModernPhysics Introductiontolaser,itscharacteristicsandimportantapplications. Introductiontocommonmodesofcommunication,vizFax,Email,Internetetc.

DME230P

APPLIEDPHYSICS
UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40%

1.Tofindthevelocityofsoundbyresonancemethod. 2.Determinethefocallengthofaconvexlensbydisplacementmethod. 3.Settingupamodeloftelescopeanddeterminationofitsmagnifyingpower. 4.Settingupamodelofcompoundmicroscopeanddeterminationofitsmagnifying power.

DME240P

ENGINEERINGDRAWINGI
3Hrs. 50 Continuous

MaximumTime: UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks: InternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40%

SECTIONA 1.HandlingUseandCareofDrawinginstrumentsandMaterials. DrawingInstruments Materials LayoutofDrawingsheets SECTIONB 2.FreeHandSketchingandLettering DifferenttypesoflinesinEngineeringdrawingasperISIspecifications. Practiceoffree handsketchingof vertical,horizontalandinclinedlines,geometrical figuressuchas triangles,rectanglesandcircles. 3.LetteringTechniqueandPractice Intsrumentalsinglestrokeletteringof35mmand70mmheightintheratioof7:4FreehandLettering (Alphabet and numerals) lower case and upper case, single stroke and block letters, verical and inclinedat75degreeindifferentstandards,seriesof3:58and12mmheightsintheratioof7:4 4.DimensioningTechnique Necessityofdimensioning,methodandprinciplesofdimensioning(mainly theoreticalinstructions). Dimensioning of Overall sizes, circles, threadedholes,chamfered surfaces, angles, tapered surfaces, holes, equally spaced on P.C.D., counter sink holes, counter bored holes, cylindrical parts, narrow spacesandgaps,radii,curvesandarches.
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DME240

ENGINEERINGDRAWING
UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40%

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof 1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Scales Scalestheirneedandimportance(Theoriticalinstructions). Drawingofplainanddiagonalscales. SECTIONB 2.Projection Theoryofprojections(Elaboratetheoreticalinstructions) Drawing3viewsofgivenobjects(Nonsymmetricalobjectsmaybeselectedforthisexercise). Drawing6viewsofgivenobjects(Nonsymmetricalobjectsmaybeselectedforthis exercise). Identificationofsurfacesondrawn viewsandobjectsdrawn. Exercisesonmissingsurfacesandviews. Orthographicdrawingorinterpretationofviews. Introductiontothirdangleprojections. SECTIONC 3.Sections Importanceandsalientfeatures,Methodsofrepresentingsections,conventional sectionsofvarious materials,classificationofsections,conventionalinsectioning. Drawingoffullsection,halfsection,partialorbrokenoutsections,offsetsections,revolvedsections andremovedsections. Drawing of different conventions for materials in section, conventional breaks for shafts, pipes, rectangular,squareangle,channel,rolledsections. Exercisesonsectionalviewsofdifferentobjects. SECTIOND 4.IsometricViews Fundamentalsofisometricprojections(TheoreticalProjections) Isometricviewsfrom2to3givenorthographicviews. PreparationofsimpleworkingdrawingofFurnitureitemsliketable,stoolandanyjob preparedintheworkshop.

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DME250P

WORKSHOPPRACTICE
UniversityExamination:70Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:100 MinimumPassMarks:40%

Thefollowingshopsareincludedinthesyllabus:Studentcanoptrelevantshopsdependinguponthe needofhis/hercourse: 1.Carpentryandpaintingshop. 2.Fittingshop. 3.Welding&sheetmetalshop. 4.Electricshop. 5.Smithyorelectronicshop. SECTIONA 1.CarpentaryandPaintingshop Introductiontojoints,theirrelativeadvantagesanduses. JobI PreparationofDovetailjoint. JobII PreparationofMitrejoint. JobIII Preparationoflengtheningjoint. JobIV Preparationofatleastoneutiityjobwithandwithoutlamination. DemonstrationofjobshowinguseofRipsaw,BowsawandTramme,methodof sharpeningvarioussaws. DemonstrationofjobonBandSawandCircularsaw,chain&dieseluniversalwood workingmachine,sawresharpeningmachine,SawBrazingunit. Demonstrationofvariousmethodsofpaintingvariousitems. JobVPreparationofsurfacebeforepainting. JobVI Applicationofprimercoal JobVII Paintingwoodenitemsbybrush/roller/spray SECTIONB 2.FittingShop Descriptionanddemonstrationofvarioustypesofdrills,tapsanddies Selectionofdiesfortapping,Typesoftaps,tapping,dieinganddrillingoperations. JobI MakingInternalandExternalThreadsonajobbytapinganddieing operations(manually). Precautionswhiledrillingsoftmaterials,speciallylead. JobIIDrillingpracticeonsoftmetals(Aluminium,Brassandlead) Care and maintenance of measuring tools like calipers, steel rule, try square, vernier micrometer, height gauge , combination set , reading gauge, Handling measuring instruments, checking of zero error,findingofleastcount. JobIII Preparationofajobbyfillingonnonferrousmetal. JobIV Productionofautilityjobinvolvingalltheoperations. differenttypesofelbowT Union,Socket,stopstock,tapsetc. Job V Preparation of job involving thread on GI pipe / PVC pipe andfixing ofdifferent types of elbowTUnion,socket,stopstock,taps Descriptionanddemonstrationofvarious ypesofdrills,tapsanddiesSelectionofdies fortapping Typesoftaps,Tappinganddieingoperations. SECTIONC 3.Welding Shop ? Introduction of the gas welding, gas welding equipment, adjustments ofdifferent types of flames, demonstrationandprecautionsabouthandlingweldingequipment. JobI Practiceinhandlinggasweldingequipmentandweldingpractice. Commonwelding jointsgenerallymadebygaswelding.
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JobII PreparationofButtjointbygaswelding. JobIII Preparationofsmallcotconduitpipeframebyelectricarcwelding/gaswelding. JobIVPreparationofsquarepyramidfromM.SRodsbywelding(typeofweldingtobedecidedby studentsthemselves). JobVExercisejobonspot/seamweldingmachine. Demonstrationofvariousmethodsadoptedforpaintingsteelitems. JobVI Paintingsteelitemsbybrush/roller/spray. SECTIOND 4.ElectricShop Importanceof threephasewiringanditseffectiveness. JobI Layingoutof3phasewiringforanelectricmotororanyother3phasemachine. Estimatingandcostingpowerconsumption. Job II Connecting single phase energy meter and testing it. Reading and working out the power consumptionandthecostofenergy. Job III Checking continuity of connection (with tester and bulbs) location of faults with a 00multimeter and their rectification in simple machines and/or/other electric circuits filled with earthing. Demonstration of dismantling, servicing and reassembling a table fan/air cooler/mixer/electric iron, ElectricHeater,geaser,electricoven. JobIV Toforgearingtoacquaintthestudentswithforgewelding. JobV ToprepareatrusjointofMSangleiron. JobVI Toforgeachiselandacquaintthestudentswithsimpleideaofhardeningandtempering. ForgeWelding,defectsinforgingandinspection. JobIV Toforgesquaresonbothendsofacircularrodwiththeelpofpower hammer. JobV Fullering ofagivenmildsteelflat. JobVI Productionofautilityjob. OR 5.ElectronicShop Demonstrate (or explain) the joining (or connecting) methods or/and mounting and dismantling methodaswellasusesoftheitemsmentionedbelow: a) Various types of single, multicored insulated screened pour, Audio video, general purpose wires/cables. b)Varioustypesofplugs,socketsconnectorssuitableforgeneralpurposeaudiovideouse.Someof suchconnectorsarea:2and3pinmainsplugandsockets. Bananaplugs,andsockets,BNG,RCA,DIN,UHF,Earphonespeakerconnector, Telephonejacksandsimilarmaleandfemaleconnectorsandterminalstrips. c) Varioustypesofswitchessuchasnormal/miniaturetoggle,slide,pushbuttonplanokey,rotatory, SPST,SPDT,DPST,DPDT, d) Varioustypesofprotectivedevicessuchas:Wirefuse,cartridgefuse,slowacting/fastactingfuse, HRCfuse,thermalfuse,single/multipleminiaturecircuitbeakers,overandcurrentrelays. Demonstratetheskilltomakefacilitiessolderjoints. Demonstratetheskilltoremovecomponents/wiresbyunsoldering Demonstratetheskilltoassemblecomponentsonborads,chassis,tapestrips Explain(ordemonstrate)variousmethodsofmakingandlayingofcableforms, wiringtechniwues Exposure tomodernsolderinganddesolderingprocesses. Fieldvisits JobI Desolder,removeandcleanallthecomponents,wiresfromagivenequipment APCBoratipstrip JobIISolderingiron JobIIITemperatureControlsolderingiron JobIVDesolderingstrip.
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SEMESTERIII DME310 COMPUTERAPPLICATIONSI


UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40%

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.FamiliarizationWithOperatingSystem IntroductiontocomputerOperatingSystem(Dos,Windows95). IntroductiontoDosstructure,systemfiles,batchfiles&configurationfiles. Bootingthesystemfromfloppy&harddisk. BriefIntroductiontoDosinternal&externalcommands. Familiarisationwithwindowsstructures,itsuseandapplication. SECTIONB 2.PreparationofDocumentsThroughWordProcessing. IdeaoftexteditorslikeMicrosoftword,writeetc. Openingadocument. Preparingdocuments,insertingdiagrams&tables. Editingdocument. (a)Character,wordandLineEditing. (b)MarginSetting,Paragraphalignment. (c)BlockOperations. (d)SpellChecker (e)Savingadocument. SECTIONC 3.InformationPresentationForDecisionMakingUsingSpreadSheet:(Excel/Lotus123) Applicationsofspreadsheet. Structureofspreadsheet. Preparingspreadsheetforsimpledataandnumericoperations. Usingformulaeinspreadsheetoperations. MakingTables,sortingandquerying. Creationofgraphs,Piecharts,barcharts. Printingreports. SECTIOND
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4.ComputeraidedDrafting(CAD) MakingsimpledrawingsusingfeaturesofCADandconfirmingthedrafting spacifications. Savingandretrievingdrawings. Dimensioning. Lettering. Plotteddrawing

DME310P COMPUTERAPPLICATIONSI
MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40% UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

Simpleexercisesbasedupontheorysyllabus.

DME320

APPLIEDMECHANICS
UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

MaximumTime:3Hr TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40%

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Introduction ConceptofmechanicsandappliedmechanicsExplanationofMechanicsandapplied Mechanics, its importance and necessity, giving suitable examples on bodies at rest and in motion, explanationofbranchesofthissubject.Conceptofrigidbodies. SECTIONB 2.LawsofForces Force and its effects, units and measurement of force, characteristicsof force vector representation, Bowsnotation,Typesofforces,actionandreaction,tension,thrustandshearforce.Forcesystems: Coplaner and space force systems. Coplaner concurrent and nonconcurrent forces. Free body diagrams, Resultant and components concept of equlibirium Parallelogram law of forces. Equilibiriumoftwoforces,superpositionandtransmissibilityofforces,Newtonsthirdlaw,triangle of forces, different cases of concurrent coplanar, two force systems, extension of parallelogram law andtrianglelawtomanyforcesactingatonepointpolygonlawofforces,methodofresolutioninto orthogonalcomponentsforfindingtheresultant,graphicalmethods,specialcaseofthreeconcurrent, coplanarforces,Lamistheorem.
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3.Moments Concept of moment, Varignons theorem statement only. Principle of moments application of moments to simple mechanism, parallel forces, calculation of their resultant, concept of couple properties and effect, moving a force parallel to its line of action, general cases of coplanar force system,generalconditionsofequilibiriumof bodiesundercoplanarforces. 4.Friction Conceptoffriction,lawsoffriction,limitingfrictionandcoefficientoffriction,slidingfriction. SECTIONC 5.CentreofGravity Conceptofgravity,gravitationalforce,centroidandcenterofgravity,centroidforregularlaminaand centerofgravityforregularsolids.Positionofcenterofgravityofcompoundbodiesandcentroidof compositionarea.CGofbodieswithportionsremoved. SECTIOND 6.LawsofMotion Conceptofmomentum,Newtonslawsofmotion,theirapplication,derivationofforceequationfrom secondlawofmotion,numericalproblemsonsecondlawofmotion,piles,lifts,bodiestiedwith string.Newtonsthirdlawofmotionandnumericalproblemsbasedonit,conservationofmomentum, impulsiveforce (definitiononly). 7.SimpleMachines. Concept of machine, mechanical advantage,velocity ratio and efficiency of a machine their relationship, law of machine, simple machines (lever, wheel and axle, pulleys, jacks winch crabs only).

DME320P

APPLIEDMECHANICS

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40%

UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.Verificationofthelawsofpolygonofforces. 2.Toverifytheforcesinthedifferentmembersofajibcrane. 3.Toverifythereactionin thesupportsofasimplesupportedbeam. 4.Tofindthemechanicaladvantage,velocityratioandefficiencyinthecaseofinclinedPlanes. 5.Tofindthemechanicaladvantage,velocityratioandefficiencyinthecaseofScrewJack. 6. To find the mechanical advantage, velocity ratio and efficiency in the case of Worm and Worm Wheel. 7.Tofindthemechanicaladvantage,velocityratioandefficiency inthecaseofWinch CrabSingle GraphicalRepresentation. 8.Tofindoutcenterofgravityofregularlaminas. 9.Tofindoutcenterofgravityofirregularlaminas. 10.Todeterminecoefficientoffrictionbetween3pairsofgivensurfaces. 11.Todeterminepersonalhorsepoweroftheexperimenter.

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DME330 ELECTRICALANDELECTRONICSENGINEERING
MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40% UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. Section Ewillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.GeneralIntroduction ? ElectricInductionFaradaysLaws,LenzLawFlemingsrules. ? PrinciplesofA.C.Circuits. ? AlternatingandDefinitionofcycle,frequency,amplitudeandtimeperiod. ? Instantaneous,average,rmsandmaximumvalueofsinusoidalwaveformfactorand PeakFactor. ? ConceptofPhaseandPhasedifference. ? Conceptofresistance,inductanceandcapacitanceinsimpleA.C.circuit. ? Powerfactorandimprovementofpowerfactorbyuseofcapacitors. ? Concept of 3 phase system star and delta connections voltage and current relationship (No derivation). 2.MeasuringInstruments ? rincipleandconstructionofinstrumentsusedformeasuringcurrent,voltage,Powerandenergy. P SECTIONB 3.D.C.Machines ? Working,PrincipleandconstructionofD.C.machines(D.C.motorandgenerator). ? PerformanceandcharacteristicsofdifferenttypesofD.C.machines(Speedload, Torqueloadandspeedtorquecharacteristics). ? ApplicationofD.C.Machines. 4.Transformers ? Working,Principleandconstructionofsinglephasetransformer. ? Transformationratio,emfequation,lossesandefficiency. ? Coolingoftransformers. ? Isolationoftransformer. ? CVT. ? Audiotransformer(briefidea). ? Applications. SECTIONC 5.Synchronousmachines.
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? AlternatorsWorkingPrinciple,typeandconstructionaldetails. ? SynchronousmotorsWorkingprincipleanditsapplicationassynchronouscondenser. 6.InductionMachines ? Working,principleandconstructionof3pahseinductionmotors. ? Typesofinductionmotorsslipringandsquirrelcage. ? Slipandtorquespeedcharacteristicsofinductionmotor. ? Operationofinductionmachineasinductiongenerator. ? Applicationof3phaseinductionmachines. ? Conceptofsinglephaseinductionmotorsanditsapplications. SECTIOND 7.BasicElectronics ? BasicideaofsemiconductorspandNtype. ? Diodes,Zenerdiodesandtheirapplications. ? TransistorPNPandNPNtheircharacteristicsanduses. ? Characteristicandapplicationofthyristor. ? Characteristicsandapplicationsofservomotors.

DME330P ELECTRICALANDELECTRONICSENGINEERING
MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40% UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

1.ToverifyLenzslaw. 2.Measurementofpower,currentandvoltagetakenbyamotoratvariouslevels. 3.Todeterminethetransformationratioofagiventransformerbymeasuringthevoltageandcurrent andefficiencyofatransformerbydirectloadingmethod. 4.Studyandtestingofcommonelectricalappliancese.g.ceilingfan,waterheater,mixi etc. 5.TofindformfactorandpeakfactorofsinglephaseA.C.supply. 6.Demonstratethefunctionofdiodeasarectifier. 7.Demonstratethefunctionoftransistorasanamplifier. 8.Tostartandchangethedirectionofrotationof3phaseinductionmotor. 9.TodrawcharacteristicsofSCR. 10.Tomeasurepowerandpowerfactorin3phaseACcircuitbytwowattmetermethod. 11.TomeasureterminalvoltagewithvariationsofloadcurrentofDCshuntgenerator.

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DME340

MECHANICALENGINEERINGDRAWINGI

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination: 70Marks TotalMarks:100 ContinuousInternalAssessment: 30Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Intersectionofthefollowing: a)Cylinderwithcylinder(equalanddifferentdiameters)axisatrightangle. b)Cylinderwithcylinder(axisinclined). c)Cylinderwithcone(Axisatrightangleandinclined). d)Practiceexercisesonintersectionofdifferentsurfacessuchascylinder,cone&prism. SECTIONB 2.Detaildrawingofthefollowingwithcompletedimensioning,tolerances,materialand surfacefinishspecifications. ? ARBOR1sheet ? UNIVERSALCOUPLINGS1sheet SECTIONC ? BEARINGS5sheets Simplebushedbearing. Ballbearingandroll bearing. Plumberblock(detaileddrawing). Footstepbearing. ? BRACKET1sheet WallBracket. ? PULLEYS2sheets Fastandloosepulley. SteppedandVbeltpulley. SECTIOND ? PIPEJOINTS3sheets FlangedPipejoints,rightanglebend. HydraullicPipejoints,SpigotandSocketjoint. ExpansionPipejoint. Practiceofblueprintreadingonbrackets,pulleysandpipejoints. ? LATHEPARTS ToolPost. TailStock. ? ScrewJack1sheet
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DME350 MATERIALSCIENCE
MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks:50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed

SECTIONA 1.General ? Introductiontoengineeringmaterials. ? Classificationofmaterials. ? Thermal,chemical,electrical,mechanicalpropertiesofvariousmaterials. ? Selectioncriteriaforuseinindustry. SECTIONB 2.StructureofMetalsandtheirDeformation ? MetalStructure Relationofmetalstructuretoitsproperties. ? Arrangementofatomsin metals(Basicidea). ? Crystallinestructureofmetals. ? Crystalimperfections. ? Deformationofmetal. ? Impactofcoldandhotworkingonmetalstructure. ? Corrosion,itscauseandprevention. 3.FerrousMetals ? Classificationofironandsteel. ? Sourcesofironoreanditsavailability. ? Manufactureofpigiron,wroughtiron,Castironandsteel(FlowDiagramsonly). ? TypesofCastiron,White,malleable,grey,mottled,modularandalloyandtheir usage. ? Steelsandalloysteels. Classificationofsteels. Differentmanufacturingmethodsofsteelopenhearth,Bessemer,electricarc. Availability,Propertiesandusageofsteels. SpecificationasperBISandequivalentstandards. EffectofvariousalloyingelementlikeCr,Ni,Co,Va,W,Mo,Si,Mn,Son mechanicalpropertiesofsteel. ? Useofalloysteels(highspeedsteel,stainlesssteel,springsteel,siliconsteel)
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4.NonFerrousMaterials ? Importantoresandpropertiesofaluminium,copper,zinc,tin,lead. ? PropertiesandusesofAlalloys,Copperalloys,Bearingmetals,solders. SECTIONC 5.EngineeringPlasticsandfibres. ? Importantsourcesofplastics. ? Classificationthermoplasticandthermoset. ? Varioustradenamesofengg.plastics ? PlasticCoating. ? Fibresandtheirclassification,InorganicandOrganicfibres. ? Usageoffibres. SECTIOND 6.InsulatingMaterials ? Variousheatinsulatingmaterialandtheirusagelikeasbestos,glasswool,thermocole, cork,puf,chinaclay. ? VariouselectricalinsulatingmaterialandtheiruselikeChinaClay,leather,bakelite, ebonite,glasswool,rubber,felt. 7.TestingofMetalsandAlloys ? Identificationtests:appearance,sound,spark,weight,magnetic,bandmicrostructure, filling. 8.FundamentalsofHeatTreatment ? Purposeofheattreatment. ? Theoryofsolidsolution. ? Ironcarbondiagram. ? TTTcurveinsteelsanditsimportance. ? Basicideaaboutmartenistictransformation. ? Variousheattreatmentprocesseshardening,tempering,annealing,normalizing,case hardening(elementaryidea). ? Typesofheattreatmentfurnaces.

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DME350P MATERIALSCIENCE
MaximumTime: UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks: InternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 3Hrs. 50 Continuous

1.Classificationofabout25specimensofmaterialsinto i)Metalsandnonmetals. ii)Metalsandalloys. iii)Ferrousandnonferrousmetals. iv)Ferrousandnonferrousalloys. 2.Givensetofspecimenofmetalsandalloys(copper,brass,aluminium,castiron,HSS, Gunmetal)identifyandindicatethevariouspropertiespossessedbythem. 3.a)Studyofheattreatmentfurnace. b)Studyofathermocouple/pyrometer. 4.Studyofametallurgicalmicroscopeandadiamondpolishingmachine. 5. To prepare specimens of following materials for microscopic examination and to examine the microstructureofthespecimensoffollowingmaterials: i)Brassii)Copperiii)GreyCliv)MalleableClv)Lowcarbonsteel. 6.Toannealagivenspecimenandfindoutdifferenceinhardnessasaresultofannealing 7.Tonormalizeagivenspecimenandtofindoutthedifferenceinhardnessasaresultof normalizing. 8.Totemperaspecimenandtofindoutthedifferenceinhardnessandtensilestrength duetotempering.

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SEMESTERIV DME410 COMPUTERAPPLICATIONSII


UniversityExamination:35Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. TotalMarks:50 MinimumPassMarks:40%

A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.InformationStorageandretrieval ? Needforinformationstorageandretrieval. ? Creatingdatabasefile. ? Queryingdatabasefileonsingleandmultiplekeys. ? Programmingaverysimpleapplication. SECTIONB 2.ProgramminginC. ? BasicstructureofCprograms. ? ExecutingaCprogram. ? Constants,variablesanddatatypes. ? Operatorsandexpressions. ? Managing InputOutput operations like reading a character, writing a character, formatted input, outputthroughprint,scan,getch,putchstatementsetc. ? DecisionmakingandbranchingusingIFelse,switch,gotostatements. ? Decisionmakingandloopingusingdowhileandforstatements. ? Arraysonedimensionalandtwodimensional. SECTIONC 3.ComputersApplicationOverview ? Commercialandbusinessdataprocessingapplication. ? Engineeringcomputation. ? CAD,CAM,CAE,CAI. SECTIOND 4. Useofcomputersformeasurementandcontrol,Overviewofacomputerbaseddataacquistion& controlsysteminVivavoice. Note: Therewillbenotheorypaperinthissubject.TheKnowledgeattainedbystudents willbeevaluatedbyaskingquestionin Vivavoice.
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DME410P

COMPUTERAPPLICATIONSII
3Hrs. 50 Continuous

MaximumTime: UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks: InternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40%

1.Creatingdatabase. 2.Queryingthedatabase. 3.Reportgeneration. 4.Programmingindbase 5.Useofspreadsheets/Matlan/Mathematics/Eureka(oranyotherpackage)forengineeringcomputers. 6.Useofdesignpackages(appropriatedesignpackagesmaybeselecteddepending uponthebranch). 7.UseofCAIPackages. 8.ProgrammingforDAS&control. 9.Exercisesondataacquisition. 10.Exercisesoncontrolon/offswitchandproportionalcontrol. 11.ProgrammingexerciseonexecutingaCprogram. 12.ProgrammingexerciseoneditingaCprogram. 13.Programmingexerciseondefiningvariablesandassigningvaluestovariables. 14.Programmingexerciseonarithmeticandrelationaloperators. 15.Programmingexerciseonarithmeticexpressionsandtheirevaluation. 16.Programmingexerciseonreadingacharacter. 17.Programmingexerciseonwritingacharacter. 18.Programmingexerciseonformattinginputusingprint. 19.Programmingexerciseonformattingoutputusingscan. 20.Programmingexerciseonsimpleifstatement. 21.ProgrammingexerciseonIF.elsestatement. 22.Programmingexerciseonswitchstatement. 23.Programmingexerciseongotostatement. 24.Programmingexerciseondowhilestatement. 25.Programmingexerciseonforstatement. 26.Programmingexerciseononedimensionalarrays. 27.Programmingexerciseontwodimensionalarrays.

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DME420

THERMODYNAMICSI

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks:50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.BasicConceptsandGasLaws ? Gaslaws:Boyleslaws,Charleslaw. ? Characteristicsequation,GasConstant,UniversalGasconstant. ? Thermodynamicsproperty,system(openandclosed),surroundings,Heatandwork,specificheat. 2.LawsofThermodynamicsandProcesses ? Explanationofthezerothlawofthermodynamics. ? Explanationoffirstlawofthermodynamics. ? Conceptofenthalpy,internalenergy,specificheat,workandheat. ? ClausiusandKelvinPlankstatementsofsecondlawofthermodynamics. ? ConceptofEntropy. ? Constantvolume,Constantpressure,isothernmal,adiabaticandpolytropicprocesses,throttlingand freeExpansion,workdoneundertheseprocesses. SECTIONB 3.Formationofsteamanditsproperties. ? Steamformation. ? Wetsteam,drysteamandsaturatedsteamdrynessfraction. ? Superheatedsteamdegreeofsuperheat. ? Latentheatofvaporisation. ? Entropyentropyincreaseduringevaporation. ? TemperatureEntropydiagram. ? MollierDiagram(HSdiagram). 4.SteamGenerator ? Usesofsteam. ? Classificationofboilers. ? Comparisionoffiretubeandwatertubeboilers. ?ConstructionalfeaturesofLancashireboiler,Nestlerboiler,BabcockandWilcox boiler. ? Introductiontomodernboilers. SECTIONC 5.PowerCycles ? Conceptofreversibility,Carnotcycle.
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? Rankinecycleanditsefficiency. ? BraytonCycle. ? Otto,DieselandDualCombustionCycle. SECTIOND 6.NonConventionalSourcesofEnergy. ? Needofnonconventionalenergysources. ? SolarEnergy. Sunandsolarradiation. Solarconstant. Solarcollectorsflatplatecollectorsandfocusing collectors. Solarheatingsolarcooker,solarcooker,solarpowergeneration. Solarcooling. Industrialandagriculturalapplicationofsolarenergy. Photovoltaiccells. Economicconsiderationforuseofsolarenergy. ? OtherNonConventionalEnergysources. WindPower. Geothermalenergy. 7.ElementsofHeatTransfer ? Conduction. ? Convection. ? Radiation. ? StefanBoltzmanslaw. ? Simpleproblemsofheattransferonconductionandradiationonly. Note: Anexpertmaybearrangedfromanindustrytodeliverthelecture. Anindustrialvisittoshowtherelevantthings. Anindustrialvisitmaybeplannedtoshowtherelevantthings.

DME420P

THERMODYNAMICSI

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks:50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 1.DeterminationofTemperatureby: Thermocouple. Pyrometer. 2.Studyofconstructionaldetailsandspecificationsoffiretubeboilerandsketch. 3.Demonstrationofmountingsandaccessoriesonaboilerforstudyandsketch. 4.Performancetestingofsteamboiler.

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DME430 STRENGTHOFMATERIALS
MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks: 50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Stressesandstrains ? Conceptofload,stressesandstrain. ? Tensilecompressiveandshearstressesandstrains. ? ConceptofElasticity,ElasticLimitandlimitofproportionality. HooksLaw YoungModulusofElasticity. Nominalstress. Yieldpoint,plasticstage. Strainhardening. Ultimatestrengthandbreakingstress. Percentageelongation. Proofstressandworkingstress. Factorofsafety. Shearmodulus. Strainenergyduetodirectstresses Proofresilenceandmodulusofresilence. Stressesduetogradual,suddenandfailingload. ? LongitudinalandcircumferntialstressesinseamlessthinwalledCyindricalshells (derivationoftheseformulaenotrequired). SECTIONB 2.MomentofInertia. ? ConceptofmomentofInertiaandsecondmomentofarea. ? Radiusofgyration. ? Secondmomentofareaofcommongeometricalsections:Rectangle,Triangle, Circle(withoutderivation)SecondmomentofareaforL,TandIsection ? Sectionmodulus. SECTIONC 3.BeamsandBendingStress ? Bendingandshearingforce. Conceptofbeamandformofloading.
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Conceptofendsupports,Roller,hingedandfixed. Conceptofbendingmomentandshearingforce. B.M.andS.F.Diagramforcantileverandsimplysupportedbeamswithand withoutoverhangsubjectedtoconcentratedandU.D.L. ? BendingStresses ConceptofBendingstresses. Theoryofsimplebending. Useoftheequationf/y=M/I+E/R. Conceptofmomentofresistance. Bendingstressdiagram. Calculationofmaximumbendingstressinbeamsofrectangular,circular,IandT section. PermissiblebendingstressSectionmodulusforrectangular,circularand SymmetricalIsection. ? LaminatedSpring(Semiellipticaltypeonly) Determinationofnumberofplates. Maximumbendingstressanddeflection. ? Combineddirectandbendingstresses Simplecasesofshortcoloumsofuniformsectionsubjecttoeccentricloading withstressdiagram. SECTIOND 4.Columns ? Conceptofcolumn,modesoffailure. ? TypesofColumns. ? Bluckingload,crushingload. ? Factorseffectingstrengthofacolumn. ? Endrestraints. ? StrengthofcolumnbyEulerFormulawithoutderivation. ? RankineGourdanformula(withoutderivation).

5.Torsion ? Conceptoftorsiondifferencebetweentorqueandtorsion. ? Useoftorqueequationforcircularshaft. ? Comparisionbetweensolidandhollowshaftwithregardtotheirstrengthandweight. ? Poweroftransmittedby shaft. ? Conceptofmeanandmaximumtorque. 6.HelicalSprings ? Closedcoilhelicalspringssubjectedtoaxialloadandimpactload. ? Stressdeformation. ? Stiffnessandangleoftwistandstrainenergy. ? Proofresilence.

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DME430P STRENGTHOFMATERIALS
MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks: 50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 1.TensiletestonbarsofMildsteelandAluminium. 2.Sheartestonspecimenoftwodifferentmetals. 3.Bendingtestsonasteelbarorawoodenbeam. 4.Impacttestonmetals a)Izodtest. b)Charpytest. 5.Torsiontestonspecimensofdifferentmetalsfordeterminingtheangleoftwistfora giventorque. 6.Todeterminethestiffnessofahelicalspringandtoplotagraphbetweenloadand extension. 7.HardnesstestonmetalandfindingtheBrinell,Rockwellhardness.

DME440 WORKSHOPTECHNOLOGYI
MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks Total Marks: 50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Turning ? Principlesofturning. ? Descriptionandfunctionofmainpartsoflathe. ? Specificationoflathe. ? Drivesandtransmission. ? Workholdingtools. ? Lathetools. ? Latheoperationsplainandstepturning,facing,partingoff,taperturning,eccentric turning,drilling,reaming,boring,threadingandknurling. ? Cuttingparametersspeed,feedanddepthofout. ? Speedratio,preferrednumbersofspeedselection. ? Cuttingfluiditspurposeandtypes. ? Latheaccessories(Steadyrset,taperturningattachment,toolpostgrinder).
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? Typesoflathes a)Briefdescriptionofcapstanandturretlathes. b)Highperformancelathes. 2.Drilling ? Principleofdrilling. ? Classificationofdrillingmachinesandtheirdescription. ? Operationsperformedondrillingmachinesdrilling,reaming,counterboring,counter sinking,holemilling,tapping. ? Speedsandfeedsduringdrilling. ? Typesofdrillsandtheirfeatures. ? Drillholdingdevices. SECTIONB 3.Boring ? Principleofboring. ? Classificationofboringmachinesandtheirdescription. ? Specificationofboringmachine. ? Boringtools. ? Boringbarsandboringheads. ? Alignmentofboresanditsimportance. 4.Shaping,PlanningandSlotting ? Workingprincipleofshaper,planerandslotter. ? Quickreturnmechanismappliedtothem. ? Typesoftoolsusedandtheirgeometry. ? Specificationsofshaper,planerandslottingmachine. ? Speedsandfeedsinaboveprocesses. SECTIONC 5.FoundryPractices ? Patternmaking ? Typesofpatterns. ? Patternmaterial. ? Patternallowances. ? Colouringofpatterns. ? Introductiontocores. ? Corematerialsandtypesofcores. ? Moulding ? Introductiontomoulding. ? Typesofmouldingsandandtheirproperties. ? Sandmixingandmouldpreparation. ? Mouldingdefects. SECTIOND ? Meltingandpouring ? Typesofmeltingfurnaces(pit,titing,cupola)used ? Closingandpouringofmould. ? Specialcastingmethods ? Introductiontodiecasting,investment,centrifugalcasting. Note: Anexpertmaybeinvitedfromtheindustrytodeliverthelecture. Anindustrialvisitmaybeplannedtoexplainandshoe.
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DME440P

WORKSHOPTECHNOLOGYI

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks:50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 1.Twoexercisesonsimpleturning/Stepturning 2.Twoexercisesoncompositejobinvolvingturning,taperturning,threadcuttingandknurling. 3.Exercisesininternalturningandthreading. 4.Advancedexercisesin theuseofdifferenttypesoftoolsonthelathe. 5.Makinganddrillingpracticeonmildsteelpieces. 6.Practiceindrilling,reaming,counterboringandcountersinking. 7.Practiceingrindingofdrillstocorrectangles. 8.Exerciseinboringwiththehelpofaboringbar. 9.Topreparearectangularblocktorequiredaccuracyonashaper. 10.TocutaTslotonthejobmadeunderExercise9. 11.Tocutabevelsurface/VgrooveononeofthefacesforExercise9. 12.TocutacurvedsurfaceontheClrectangualrclock. 13.ExerciseincuttingaKewwayslot. 14.Exerciseincuttingsplines. 15.Exerciseinmakingasquarehole. 16.Preparationofajobonaplanningmachine. 17.Preparationpatternforopenfloorandsplitpattern. 18.Prepareafloor mouldofasolidpatternusingcope. 19.Prepareamouldofasplitpatternincopeanddrag. 20.PouringamouldwithAluminium. 21.PreparingthemouldofloosepiecepatternandpreparingAluminiumcasting. 22.Preparingthemouldofasteppulleyandalsopreparingthecoreforthesame. 23.Preparethecastironcastingofabovemould. 24.Prepareamouldinthreemouldingboxespreparethecastingbychargingthecupolaandobtaining themoltenmetal.

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DME450P MECHANICALENGINEERINGDRAWING
MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:70Marks TotalMarks:100 ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% SECTIONA 1.Introductiontodrawingofficeequipmentanddrawingofficepracticethroughvisittomodern drawingoffice. 2.Introductiontotheprinciplesofworkingdrawings,readingandinterpretationofworking drawings specifictoindustry. SECTIONB 3.BoilerParts2sheets ? Steamstopvalve. ? Blowoffcock. 4.I.C.EngineParts2sheets ? Pistonwithconnectingrodassembly. ? Crankshaftandflywheelassembly(Carengine). SECTIONC 5.LatheToolHolder.1sheet 6.Vices2sheets ? BenchVice(details/assembly). ? Machinevice(details/assembly). SECTIOND 7.SinglePlateClutchAssembly.1sheet 8.DrillJig(DetailsandAssembly).1sheet 9.Fixture(DetailsandAssembly).1sheet 10.CamsandFollowers2sheets ? Profileofcamsforimpartingfollowingmotionswithknifeedgeandroller followers: ? (a)Uniformmotion. ? (b)Simpleharmonicmotion. 11.Gears1sheet ? Useofdifferenttypesofgears. ? Spurgearswithactualprofileofinvoluteteeth. ? Conventionalrepresentationofbevelgear,wormandwormwheel. Remarks: Allthesheetsshouldbeworkingdrawingscompletewithtolerances,typesoffitsand surfacefinishsymbols. Anexpertfromanindustrymaybeinvitedtodeliverexpertlecture.

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SEMESTERV FLUIDMECHANICS

DME510

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks:50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Introduction ? Conceptoffluid,fluidmechanics,hydraulics. ? Propertiesoffluid(viscosity,specificweight,specificvolume,specificgravity)with theirunits. SECTIONB 2.StaticPressure ? Pascalslaw. ? Conceptofstaticpressure,intensityofpressureandpressureghead. ? Totalpressureonaplanesurfaceandcenterofpressure(withoutproof). 3.MeasurementofPressure ? Conceptofatmosphericpressure,gaugepressure,absolutepressure,vaccumand differential pressure. ? Gauges:Piezometertube,simplemanometer,differentialmanometer(Utube,invertedUtube, micromanometerandbourdanpressuregauge). SECTIONC 4.FlowofLiquids ? Typesofflow(laminarandturbulent). ? Rateofdischarge. ? Lawofcontinuity. ? Energyoffluid potential,pressureandkinetic. ? Bernoullistheorem(withoutproof)anditsapplications. ? Dischargemasurementbyventurimeterandorifices. ? Pitottubeandpitotstatictube. 5.FlowThroughPipes ? Conceptofgeneralproblemofflowthroughpipes. ? Lossofenergyduetofriction. ? Factorsinfluencingthelossduetofriction. ? DarcysequationforlossofenergyandChezysequation(withoutproof). ? Applicationofflowthroughpipes.
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SECTIOND 6.HydraulicDevices ? WorkingPrinciples,descriptionandapplicationof: ? Hydraulicaccumulator. ? Intensifier. ? Hydraulicjack ? Hudraulicpress. ? Hydraulicram. 7.HydraulicTurbines ? Conceptofaturbine. ? TypesofTurbinesImpulseandReactiontype(conceptonly). ? Briefconstructionandworkingofpeltonwheel,FrancisturbineandKeplanturbine. 8.Pumps ? Conceptofhydraulicpump. ? Singleactingreciprocatingpump(constructionandoperationonly). ? Vane,screwandgearpumps. ? Construction,workingandoperationofcentrifugalpump. ? Workdone,efficienciesandspecificationsofacentrifugalpump. ? Characteristicscurvesofasinglestagecentrifugalpump. ? Commondefectsincentrifugalpumpanditsremedialmeasures. Note: Anexpertmaybeinvitedfromtheindustrytodeliverthelecture. Anindustrialvisitmaybearrangedtoexplainandshowtherelevantthings.

DME510P

FLUIDMECHANICS

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks :50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 1.Measurethepressureheadofwaterin4hrs.apipelineby: ? Piezometertube. ? Utubeordoublecolumnmanometer. ? InvertedUtube. ? BourdanGuage. 2.Tofindthevalueofthecoefficientofdischargeforaventurimeter. 3.Todeterminethecoefficientoffriction(Darcysf)forcommercialpipes. 4.To dismantleasinglestagecentrifugalpumpwithaviewtosrudyitsconstructionaldetails. 5. To study a singlestage, centrifugal pump witha view to acquaintthe students withthe common troublesandtheirremedialmeasures. 6.Toplotthefollowingcharacteristicscurvesforasinglestagecentrifugalpumprunningataconstant speed. ? Dischargev/sHead. ? Dischargev/sHorsePower. ? Dischargev/sEfficiency. 7.Tostudythepneumatichydrauliccircuitofanyavailablemachine. 8.Tostudytheworkingmodelsof ? Peltonwheel.
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? Francisturbine. 9.Todeterminemaximumheaddevelopedbyacentrifugalpump. 10.Operationandmaintenanceofcentrifugalpump.

DME520

THERMODYNAMICSII

MaximumTime:3Hrs. University Examination:35Marks TotalMarks:50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.PrinciplesofI.C.Engines ? IntroductionandclassificationofI.C.Engines ? Workingprincipleoffourstrokeandtwostrokecycles. ? Petrolanddieselengines,theircomparisionandapplications ? LocationandfunctionsofvariouspartsofI.C.enginesandmaterialsusedforthem ? Concept of IC engine terms: Bore stroke, dead centers, crankthrow, compression ratio, clearance volume, piston displacement and piston speed. Familiarity with ISI specification for I.C. Engine parts. SECTIONB 2.CarburationandIgnitionSystemsof PetrolEngine ? Conceptofcarburetion ? Airfuelratio ? Simplecarburettoranditslimitations ? Variouscircuitsofsolexandcarburetor ? Descriptionofabatterycoilandmagnetoignitionsystem 3.FuelSysteminDieselEngines ? Componentsoffuelsystem. ? Descriptionandworkingoffuelfeedpump ? FuelInjectionpump ? Injector SECTIONC 4.CoolingandLubrication ? NecessityofEngineCooling ? Coolingsystems:theirmainfeatures ? Thermostat
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? Defectsincoolingsystemsandtheirrectification ? Functionoflubrication ? TypesandpropertiesofEnginelubricants ? LubricationsystemsofI.C.Engine ? ISIspecificationandbrandnamesofEnginelubricants. 5.I.C.Enginetesting ? Enginepowerindicatedandbrakepower ? EfficiencyMechanical,Thermal,Relativeandvolumetric. ? MorseTest ? Heatbalancesheet SECTIOND 6.AirCompressors ? Industrialusesofcompressedair ? Classificationdescriptionofreciprocatingandrotaryaircompressors ? Fans,Blowersandsupercharger ? Workingprincipleofreciprocatingsingleandtwostagecompressors. ? Intercooling,volumetricefficiency. ? Operationandmaintenanceofreciprocatingcompressors. 7.NozzlesandSteamTurbines ? Energyequationasappliedtoanozzle ? Descriptionofvarioustypesofturbines ? Methodsofreducingrotorspeedinimpulseturbines ? Governingofsteamturbines Note:Anexpertfromsomeindustrymaybeinvitedtodeliverthelecture.

DME520PTHERMODYNAMICSII
MaximumTime:3Hrs.UniversityExamination:35Marks Total Marks:50ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 1.Dismantleatwostrokeengine.Notethefunctionandmaterialofeachpart.Reassemble. 2.Dismantleasinglecylinderdieselengine.Notethefunctionofeachpart.Reassemble 3.Dismantle solex and amal carburettors. Locate and note down the functions of various parts. Reassemble. 4.Batteryignitionsystemofamulticylinderpetrolengine,stressingonignitiontimings,settingfixing orderandcontactbreakergapadjustment. 5.CoolingsystemofI.C.Engine 6.LubricatingsystemofI.C.Engine 7.DeterminationofBHPbydynamometer 8.Morsetestonmulticylinderpetrolengine 9.Toprepareheatbalancesheetfordiesel/petrolengine 10.Determinationofvolumetricefficiencyofaircompressor 11.LocalvisittoRoadwaysorPrivateautomobileworkshops. 12.Studyofsteamturbinesthroughmodelsandvisits

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DME530

INDUSTRIALECONOMYAND PRINCIPLESOF MANAGEMNT


UniversityExamination:70Marks ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks

MaximumTime:3Hrs. Total Marks:100 MinimumPassMarks:40%

SECTIONA Introduction Nature and significance of economics, meaning of science,, engineering & technology and their relationshipwitheconomicdevelopment. SECTIONB Basicconcepts The concepts of demand and supply, elasticity of demand and supply, indifference, curve, analysis, priceeffect,incomeeffect,andsubstitutioneffect. SECTIONC Money&Banking function of money, value of money, inflation and measure to control its brief data of function of banking system. SECTIOND Introductiontomanagement Definition,natureandsignificanceofmanagement,evolutionofmanagementthought,contributionof maxWaberTaylor,TaylorandFayol. humanbehavior:factorsofindividualbehavior,perception,learningandpersonalitydevelopment, interpersonnelrelationship,groupbehavior.

DME540

AUTOMOBILEENGINEERING

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks:50 ContinuousInternalAssessment: 15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.Introduction ? Componentsofanautomobile
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? Classificationofautomobiles ? Layoutofchasis ? Typesofdrivesfrontwheel,rearwheel,fourwheel,lefthand,righthand 2.TransmisionSystem Clutch ? Function ? Constructionaldetailsofsingleplateandmultiplatefrictionclutches ? Centrifugalandsemicentrifugalclutch GearBox ? Function ? Workingofslidemesh,constantmeshandsynchromeshgearbox ? Torqueconvertorandoverdrive Propellershaftandrearaxle ? Function ? Universaljoint ? Differential ? Rearaxledrivesanddifferenttypesofrearaxles WheelsandTyres ? Typesofwheelsdiscwheelsandwirewheel ? TypesoftyreusedinIndianvehicles ? Causesoftyrewear ? Toein,Toeout,Chamber,Caster,Kingpininclination ? Tubelesstyres SECTIONB 3.SteeringSystem ? Functionandprinciple ? AuckermanandDavissteeringgears ? Typesofsteeringgearswormandnut,wormandwheel,wormandroller,Rackandpiniontype 4.BrakingSystem ? Constructionaldetailandworkingofmechanical,hydraulicandvaccumbrake. ? Detailsofmastercylinder,wheelcylinder ? Conceptofbrakedrum,brakeliningandbrakeequipment ? Bleedingofbrakes 5.SuspensionSystem ? Function ? Types ? Workingofcoilspring,leafspring ? Shockabsorber SECTIONC 6.Battery ? Constructionaldetailsofleadandcellbattery ? Specificgravityofelectrolyte ? Effectoftemperatures,charginganddischargingonspecificgravity ? Capacityandefficiencyofbattery ? Batterycharging ? Maintenanceofbatteries ? Checkingofbatteriesforvoltageandspecificgravity 7.DynamoandAlternator
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Dynamo ? Functionanddetails ? Regulatorsvoltage,currentandcompensatedtype ? CutoutConstruction,workingandtheiradjustment Alternator ? Constructionandworking ? Chargingofbatteryfromalternator SECTIOND 8.DiagramofaTypicalWiringsystem 9.LightingSystemandAccessories ? Lightingsystem ? Winingcircuit ? Headlight,aimingofheadlights ? Lightingswitches ? Directionindicators ? WindscreenWipers ? Horn ? Speedometer ? Heater ? Airconditioning

DME540P AUTOMOBILEENGINEERING
MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:35Marks TotalMarks:50 ContinuousInternalAssessment:15Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% 1.Faultandtheirremediesin i)Batteryignitionsystem ii)MagneticIgnitionsystem 2.Studyandsketchof i)HeatLightModel ii)Wiper&indicators 3.Studyandsketchof i)A.C.Pump ii)S.U.Pump iii)MasterCylinders 4.Studyandsketchof i)RearAxle ii)Differential iii)Stearing system 5.FaultfindingpracticesonanautomobileFourWheelers(PetrolandDieselvehicles) 6.Assemblyanddeassemblyofpetrolanddieselengineofanautomobile 7.Enginetuningofanautomobileengine 8.Drivingpracticeoffourwheeler 9.Charging ofautomobilebatteryandmeasuringcellvoltageandspecificgravityof electrolyte 10.DeterminationofI.H.P.ofamulticylinderautomobileengine 11.Phasingandcaliberationoffuelinjectionpump

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12.Checkingandadjustingofclutchpedalplayandbrakepedalplay,tightnessoffanbelt plateand brakeshoe 13.Changingofwheelsandinflationoftyresalignmentofwheels. 14.Measuring spark gap, valve clearance and ring clearance, Cleaning, grinding and lapping operationsforadjustment 15.Cleaningandadjustingacarburetor 16.Nozzlecleaning,testingandadjustment.

DME550

PRODUCTIONMANAGEMENT

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination: 70Marks TotalMarks:100 ContinuousInternalAssessment: 30Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.WorkStudy ? Method studyProcess chart, Flow process chart, Flow diagram, Man and machine chart and two handedchart. ? WorkmeasurementTimestudy,Toolsandintimestudy,Performancerating,Allowancesanduse ofsometimestandards,timeandmotionstudy. ? Principlesofhumanmotioneconomy(introductiontoergonomics) 2.PlantLayoutandMaterialHandling ? Conceptofplantlayout ? Typesoflayout(Process,ProductandCombinationtype)theirCharacteristics Meritsanddemerits ? Factorsaffectingplantlayout ? WorkstationdesignFactorsconsideredindesigningaworkstationI ? Introductionandfunctionsofmaterialhandling ? Selectionofmaterialhandlingequipmentfordifferentequipment SECTIONB 3.ProductionPlanningandControl ? Tyresofproduction:Job,batchandmassproduction ? Materialplanningandallocation ? Processplanningandprocesssheet ? Inventorycontrol:Needandadvantagesofinventorycontrol. 4.InspectionandQualityControl
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? Inspection ? NeedandplanningforInspection ? Typesofinspection ? Roleofoperatorandinspectorininspection ? Qualitycontrolandqualityassurance ? Meaningandneedforqualitycontrol ? Statisticalqualitycontrol ? AcceptanceSampling(Singlesamplingandsequentialsamplingplans) ? Controlchartsforvariablesandattributes,Interpretationofpatternsincontrolcharts,O.C.curves. ? ConceptofTQM ? Machinecapabilitystudies SECTIONC 5.StandardsandCodes ? NationalandInternationalcodes ? ISO 9000,conceptanditsevolutionandimplications. 6.RepairandMaintenance ? Objectivesandimportanceofmaintenance ? Differenttypesofmaintenance ? Natureofmaintenanceproblem ? Rangeofmaintenanceactivities ? Schedulesofpreventivemaintenance ? Advantagesofpreventivemaintenance SECTIOND 7.CostEstimation ? Introductionandfunctionsofcostestimation ? Estimationprocedure ? Elementsofcostsandladderofcosts ? Depreciation,Methodsofcalculatingdepreciation] ? Overheadexpensesanddistributionofoverheadexpenses ? Calculationofcostofmachiningandmetal 8.ValueEngineering ? Conceptofvalueengineeringandtechniques Note: Anexpertfromindustrymaybeinvitedtodeliverthelecture Industrialvisitmaybeplanned.

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SEMESTERVI DME610 INDUSTRIALMANAGEMENT

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination: 70Marks TotalMarks:100 ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.PrinciplesofManagement ? Management,differentfunctionsofmanagementplanning,organizing,coordination andcontrol. ? Structureofanindustrialorganization. ? Functionsofdifferentdepartments. ? Relationshipbetweenindividualdepartments. 2.HumanandIndustrialRelations. ? Humanrelationsandperformanceinorganization. ? Understandselfandothersforeffectivebehaviour. ? Behaviourmodificationtechniques. ? Industrialrelationsanddisputes. ? Relationswithsubordinates,peersandsuperiors. ? Characteristicsof groupbehaviourandtradeunionism ? Mobpsychology. ? Grievance,Handlingofgrievances. ? Agitations,strikes,Lockout,PicketingandGherao ? LabourWelfare ? Workersparticipationinmanagement. 3.ProfessionalEthics ? ConceptofEthics. ? Conceptof professionalism. ? Needforprofessionalethics. ? Codeforprofessionalethics. ? Typicalproblemsofprofessionalengineers. ? Professionalbodiesandtheirrole. SECTIONB 4.Motivation ? Factorsdeterminingmotivation. ? Characteristicsofmotivation.
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? Methodsforimprovingmotivation. ? Incentives,paypromotion,rewards. ? Jobsatisfactionandjobenrichment. 5.Leadership. ? NeedforLeadership. ? FunctionsofaLeader. ? Factorsforaccomplishingeffectiveleadership. ? Managerasaleader. 6.Communication ? Importanceofcommunication. ? Thecommunicationprocess. ? Barrierstocommunication. ? Makingcommunicationeffective. ? Listeningincommunication. 7.HumanResourceDevelopment ? Introduction. ? Staffdevelopmentandcareerdevelopment. ? Trainingstrategiesandmethods. SECTIONC 8.WagePayment ? Introductiontowages. ? Classificationofwagepaymentscheme. 9.Labour,IndustrialandTaxLaws. ? Importanceandnecessityofindustriallegislation. ? Typesoflabourlawsanddisputes. ? BriefdescriptionofthefollowingActs TheFactoryAct1948,PaymentofWagesAct1936,MinimumWagesAct1948, WorkmensCompensationAct1923. IndustrialDisputeAct1947,EmployeesstateInsuranceAct1948,PrividentfundAct. ? VarioustypesofTaxesProductionTax,LocalTax,SalesTax,Exciseduty,IncomeTax. ? LabourWelfareschemes. 10.AccidentsandSafety ? ClassificationofaccidentsAccordingtonatureofinjuriesi.e.fatal,temporarory,Accordingtoevent andAccordingtoplace. ? Causesofaccidentspsychological,physiologicalandotherindustrialhazards. ? Effectsofaccidents. ? Accidentsproneworkers. ? Action to be taken in case of accidents with machines, electric shock, road accident, fibres and erectionandcorrectionaccidents. ? Safetyconciousness. ? Safetyprocedures. ? SafetymeasuresDosandDonts. ? Safetypublicity. ? SafetymeasuresduringexecutionsofEngineeringworks. SECTIOND 11.EnvironmentalEngineering. ? Ecology.
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? Factorscausingpollution. ? EffectsofPollutiononHumanHealth. ? Airpollutionandcontrolact. ? WaterPollutionandcontrolact. ? Pollutioncontrolequipment. ? Solidwastemanagement. ? Noisepollutionanditscontrol. 12.EnterpreneurshipDevelopment ? ConceptofEnterpreneurship. ? NeedofEnterpreneurshipinthecontextofprevailingemploymentconditionsofthecountry. ? Successfulenterpreneurship. ? Preparationofprojectreport. Trainingforenterpreneurshipdevelopment.

DME620

THEORYOFMACHINES

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination: 70Marks TotalMarks:100 ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.SimpleMachines ? Introductiontolink,kinematicpair,lowerandhigherpair,kinematicchain,mechanism,Inversions. ? Differenttypesofmechanisms(withexamples) ? Mechanicaladvantageofalinlage ? Camsandfollowers:Terminologyandclassification 2.Friction ? Definitionanditsnecessity ? Horizontalforcerequiredtomoveabodyonaninclinedplanebothupwardand downward ? Frictionaltorqueinscrews,bothforsquareandVthreads ? Screwjack(Simplenumericalsonly) ? Frictionalclutchesbearing ? Frictioninjournalbearing ? Differenttypesofbearingsandtheirapplication SECTIONB 3.PowerTransmission
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? Transmissionscrew:powertransmittedandfrequency ? FlatandVbeltdrive:ratiooftensionsH.P.transmitted,centrifugaltension,Conditionformaximum horsepower ? Powertransmittedbychains:differenttypesofchainsandtheirterminology ? Gear terminology, types of gears and their applications simple and compound gear trains power transmittedbysimplespurgear SECTIONC 4.Flywheel ? Principlesandapplicationsofflywheel ? Turningmomentdiagramofflywheelfordifferentengine(Nonumerical) ? Fluctuationofspeedandfluctuationofenergy 5.Governor ? PrincipalofGovernor ? SimpledescriptionandworkingofWatt,PorterandHartnelgoverner(Nonumerical) SECTIOND 6.Balancing ? Conceptofbalancing ? Introductiontobalancing 7.Vibrations ? Causesofvibrationsinmachines,theirharmfuleffectsandremedies Note: Anexpertfromsomeindustrymaybeinvitedtodelivertheselectures.

DME630

MACHINEDESIGN

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination: 70Marks TotalMarks:100 ContinuousInternalAssessment:30Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed SECTIONA 1.IntroductiontoDesign ? Basicrequirementsformachineelements ? Generaldesignprocess ? Mechanicalproperties ? Generaldesignconsiderationslikefatigue,creep,fabricationmethods,economicconsiderationsfor strength ? Designingforstrength
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SECTIONB 2.RivettedandWeldedJoints ? Typesofrivetedjoints ? Possiblefailureofrivetedjoints ? Strengthandefficiencyofrivetedjoints ? Commontypesofweldedjoints ? SimpledesignforVbuttweldedjoint ? Transversefilletandparallelfilletweldedjoint 3.ScrewedJoints ? Introductiontotermscrewandvariousdefinitionsofscrewthreads ? Advantagesanddisadvantagesofscrewedjoints ? Formofscrewthreads ? Common types of screw fastening through bolt, tapbolt, stud, cap screw, machine screw and set screws ? Designationofscrewthreads ? Stressesinscrewfastening ? Designofboltsforcylindercover SECTIONC 4.KeysandCouplings ? Definitionoftermkeyitsvarioustypes ? Splines ? Forcesactingonsunkkeys ? Shaftcouplingsanditsvarioustypes ? Designofflangscoupling 5.Shafts ? Varioustypesofshafts ? Stressesinshafts ? Designofshafts(solidandhollow)subjectedtotorqueandbendingmoment SECTIOND 6.DesignofCotterJointforRoundRod ? Designofcotter ? Designofsocket ? Designof spigot 7.DesignofKnuckleJoint ? Designofrod ? Designofpin Note: Anexpertfromsomeindustrymaybeinvitedtodeliverthelectures.

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DME640P

MAJORPROJECTWORK

MaximumTime:3Hrs. UniversityExamination:140Marks TotalMarks:200 ContinuousInternalAssessment:60Marks MinimumPassMarks:40% A)Instructionsforpapersetter 1. ThequestionpaperwillconsistfivesectionsnamelyA,B,C,DandE. 2. Eachofthe sectionsA,B,CandDwillcontaintwoquestionsandcandidateshavetoattemptat leastonequestioncompulsorilyfromeachsection.Each sectioncarry15%ofthetotalmarks 3. SectionEwillcompriseof1015shortanswerstypequestions,whichwillcovertheentiresyllabus andwillcarry40%ofthetotalmarks. B)Instructionsforcandidates 1. CandidatesarerequiredtoattemptonequestioneachfromsectionsA,B,CandDofthequestion paperandtheentiresectionE. 2. Useofnonprogrammablescientificcalculatorisallowed 1.Projectsconnectedwithrepairandmaintenanceofmachineparts 2.Estimatingandcostingprojects 3.Designofcomponents/parts/jigs/fixtures 4.Projectsrelatedtoqualitycontrol 5.Projectworkrelatedtoincreasingproductivity. 6.Projectconnectedwithworkstudy 7.Projectsrelatedtoerection,installation,caliberationandtesting 8.Projectsrelatedtowastagereduction.

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