MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT MOTILAL NEHRU NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ALLAHABAD-211004 Scheme of Examination M. Tech.

(Production Engineering)
S. No. Semester Name of Subject Compulsory (C)/ Elective (E) 1 Finite Element Method Production and Operations Management Computer Aided Manufacturing Thermo fabrication Processes Elective I 2 Optimization Techniques Machining Science II semester Metal Forming Robotics Elective-II 3. III Semester 4. IV Semester State-of-the-art Seminar Thesis Thesis ME998 ME999 ME999 ME908 ME910 ME911 ME909 Subject Code Credit Dept. offering the subject ME901 ME912 ME903 ME921 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 12 16 MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Weekly load (hours L T P

I Semester

MRP II.Spring. Encoders. Introduction to Experimental Design. Automated Quality Control SystemsWorking. Binomial. DNC and AC. tools and applications. Aggregate Planning: Purpose. planning. Linear regression and correlation. Methods and techniques. Solution and its post processing.Formulation using Galerkin and Raleigh-Ritz approaches. Poisson and Normal distributions. Programming and Applications of CMM ME 912: PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Introduction: Flexible production era. Types of forecasting: Qualitative and quantitative types. supply chain strategy. Resistance Network and Truss Systems. Errors in forecasting. simulation and analysis in the design of FMS. learning curve. Line of balance. Pneumatic and Electromechanical.M. Direct Problems. Feedback Devices-Resolvers.. 1-D Field and Beam Bending Problems-Formulation using Galerkin and Raleigh-Ritz approaches. I SEMESTER SYLABUS ME 901: FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Approaches of FEM. Lot sizing in MRP Implementing MRP systems. fixtures. Adjusting capacity. Derivation of elemental equations and their assembly. Hyper geometric distribution and Markovian Chain. Tests of significance. computer Assisted-APT. Actuation Systems. Flexible Manufacturing Systems-Concept and Classification. postprocessors and finite element packages. Computer Control and Adaptive Control System-CNC. Supply-Chain Management: Creating and effective supply chain. Student t-test. Types of Flexibility. M E 903: COMPUTERS AIDED MANUFACTURING Fundamentals of Numerical Control: Need and future of NC Systems. Mathematical charting and heuristics. Statistical process control Taguchi robust design.test. Evaluation of service organization. Statistical Decision tools: Frequency Distribution. QFD cost of quality. Facility Location and Layout: facility location methods Mathematical and simulation Layout type optimization: quantitative and qualitative methods. Elements of statistical inference and estimation theory applied to engineering problems. EXAPT. 3-D Field and Stress Problems. in flow and job-shops. Eigen value and time dependent problems.g. Variational and Weighted Residual. F & Z -tests and their applications. performance measurement outsourcing. Solution and its post processing. quality classification. Design Features of NC M/c Tools. e. NC Part Programming: Manual. ERP . Derivation of elemental equations and their assembly.TECH. processes and strategies. Principles and Types of NC. Machining Centre. work handling systems. Standard errors of means and variance. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). Operation Scheduling: Scheduling systems. Discrete and continuous distributions. Capacity Planning: Definition and measurement of capacity. ADAPT and CAD based Part Programming. pallets.Hydraulic. Inventory system dependent Part demand: MRP. Bench marking. Exponential distribution. BPR. 2-D and Axisymetric Field and Stress Problems-Formulation using Galerkin and Raleigh-Ritz approaches. Hydraulic Network.Discrete. Solution and its post processing. and Inductosyns. Concurrent Engineering-Objectives. inputs of aggregate plan. Discussion about preprocessors. χ2 . Forecasting: Elements and steps in forecasting. Elementary theory and practice of sampling. Total quality Management: Quality cost. scheduling methods. Derivation of elemental equations and their assembly. capacity strategies.

Determination of solidification time of castings. Design of pouring basin. Stepper Motor. stainless steels. Direct and Inverse Kinematics. Engineering Optimization Problems. Determination of solidification time of castings. Parting Line Design. Gradient Based Methods: Newton-Raphson Method. Modeling of resistance welding processes. Applications. Penalty Function Method. Concept of Duality Single Variable Optimization Problems: Optimality Criterion. sprue. Arc Welding. Riser design and Placement. Manipulator motion. Bracketing Methods: Region Elimination Methods: Interval Halving Method. Composition. Blending and Mixing. ME 909 : ROBOTICS Introduction: Past. inverter type. Application to Root finding Multivariable Optimization Algorithms: Optimality Criteria. Robot Terminology. Working and Modeling of arc welding processes.ME 921: THERMOFABRICATION PROCESSES THERMOFABRICATION INTRODUCTION: Need and Classifications of Thermofabrication Processes. . Description of Die Casting. Unidirectional Search.. welding machine characteristics-conventional and pulsed power sources. Bisection Method. Design of Pattern and Core. Classification of Casting Processes. II SEMESTER SYLABUS ME 908: OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES Introduction: Terminology. Actuators and Control: Drive systems Hydraulic. Weld cracking and prevention. Defects and Inspection of welds. Solid Welding– Modeling and analysis of Friction Stir Welding. Description of Precision Sand Mould Casting Processes.TECH. Robot Drives. METAL CASTING: Need and Limitations. Golden Section Method.Characteristics of arc and mode of metal transfer. Sensitivity analysis Specialized Algorithms: Integer Programming. Welding fluxes and coatings. Centrifugal casting and Continuous Casting. Computer Interfaces. Variable Bounds. Present & Future. Robot Kinematics: Object location. Components and Subsystems. runner and ingate. Explosive welding and Ultra-sonic welding. Properties and Testing of Moulding Sand. Impregnation and Infiltration. POWDER METALLURGY: Production of metal powders. Variable-metric (DFP) Method Constrained Optimization Algorithms: Kuhn Tucker conditions. Calculus method. Advances in powder metallurgy-Isostatic pressing. Problem Formulation. Beam Welding– Working and modeling of Laser Beam Welding and Electron Beam Welding. Mould filling velocity and time including friction and velocity distribution in the conduit. Sand Mould Casting: Classification of foundry sands. Classification of Welding Processes. Fibonacci Search Method. Objective Function. Design Variables. Resistance Welding-Principles and technology. Gradient Based Methods: Any two of the following: Cauchy's Steepest Descent Method. Marquardt's Method. plain carbon and low alloy steels. Weldability of cast iron. End Effectors. Applications Design of experiments and Taguchi method – Application and problem solving. Secant Method. Constraints. controller. Geometric Programming. Transformations. Branch and Bound Method. Sensors and Perception: Types of sensors. Direct Search Methods: Hooke-Jeeves pattern search method/ Powell's Conjugate Direction Method. Hot pressing and Spark sintering M. Robot Motion and Path control. Different types of grippers and design concepts. Compacting and Sintering. power sources. Gating System Design-Types of gating systems. Newton's method. Method of Multipliers (MOM). Linear ProgrammingSimplex method. Pneumatic and Electrical : DC Motor. Successive Quadratic Estimation Method. Metal Mould Casting: Preparation of metal mould. Transformation Methods: Penalty Function Method. Densification and Sizing. Homogenous. vision system. METAL WELDING: Need and Limitations. Classification of Robot.

ME 910: MACHINING SCIENCE MACHINING INTRODUCTION: Need and Classifications of Machining Processes. Plastic Anisotropy and Viscoplasticity. Types of Study in Machining Processes-Experimental and Theoretical. Fundamentals of Plastic Deformations: Elastic and Plastic Deformation. Process Principle. Bending and Deep Drawing. CONVENTIONAL MACHINING: Mechanics of Metal Cutting: Chipping action.CHB and PCM). Advanced Abrasive Processes. Process Analysis and Die Design of Explosive Forming. Forging of Solid and Hallow Disc. Process Principle. Types of Study of Forming Processes: Experimental and Theoretical. . Nonconventional Micromachining and Combined Micromachining ME 911: METAL FORMING FORMING INTRODUCTION: Need and Classifications of Forming Processes. Abrasive Micromachining. Process Principle and Applications of Conventional Micromachining. Upper Bound and Slip Line Method) of: Plain strain Problems: Drawing of Sheet and Extrusion of Plate. Yielding Criterion and Flow Rules. Cutting forces and Stresses. Cutting parameters. Axisymmetric Problems: Drawing of Wire and Extrusion of bar and tube. Electro-Magnetic Forming . Laser Beam Bending and Laser Assisted Deep Drawing. AJM and WJM). Drilling and Milling. Plastic Deformation Analysis Techniques-Slab Method. Equipments. Process Principle and Applications of Conventional Micro-Forming Processes and Unconventional Micro-Forming Processes. Heat and Temperature. Orthogonal and Oblique cutting. Electro-Chemical Machining (ECM). Tool Materials and Tool Life. ABRASIVE MACHINING: Mechanics of Metal Grinding: Grinding Wheel and Chip Formation. MICRO FORMING PROCESSES: Need and Classification. Ultra-Sonic Machining (USM). Jet Machining Processes: (AWJM. Electro-Hydraulic Forming. Process Principle. Chemical Machining Processes (CHM. Equipments. Analysis (using Slab. Mechanism and Types of chips. Concept of solid and flow formulations. Power and Energy. NONCONVENTIONAL MACHINING: Need and Classification. Applications. Grinding Forces and Power. Combined Machining Processes. Rolling of Plate and Forging of Strip. UNCONVENTIONAL FORMING PROCESSES: Need and Classification. Process Analysis and Tool Design of Electro-Discharge Machining (EDM). Applications. Upper Bound Method and Slip Line Method. EBM and PBM). Tool Geometry and Mechanics of Turning. Applications and Equipments for Beam Machining Processes (LBM. Grinding Temperature. CONVENTIONAL FORMING PROCESSES: Massive metal and Sheet metal forming-Comparisons. MICROMACHINING: Need and Classification.

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