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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS FOR

M E Mechanical Automotive Engineering

UNIVERSITY OF PUNE

University of Pune
Course Structure
M.E. Mechanical (Automotive Engineering)
(Wef 2009-2010)

SEMESTER I
Teaching Scheme Lect Pract

Code

Subject

Examination Scheme Paper TW OR Total

Credits

Semester - I 502201 502103 502301 502302 502303 502304 502305 Mathematical Modeling and Analysis Technology and Financial Management Automotive Engine Design Elective – I Elective - II Lab Practice - I Seminar - I Total 03 03 03 03 03 15 06 04 10 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 600 03 03 03 03 03 03 02 20

SEMESTER II
Teaching Scheme Lect Pract

Code

Subject

Examination Scheme Paper TW OR Total

Credits

Semester - II 502306 502307 502308 502309 502310 502311 502312 Automotive Fuels & Emissions Autotronics Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics Elective – III Elective - IV Lab Practice - II Seminar - II Total 03 03 03 03 03 15 06 04 10 100 100 100 100 100 500 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 600 03 03 03 03 03 03 02 20

University of Pune
Course Structure
M.E. Mechanical (Automotive Engineering)
(Wef 2009-2010)

SEMISTER– III
Code Subject Teaching Scheme Lect. Pract. 04 18 22 Examination Scheme Credits Paper TW 50 50 100 Or Pr Total 50 50 100 02 06 08

602301 602302

Seminar – III Project work Stage – I Total

SEMISTER- IV
Code Subject Teaching Scheme Lect. Pract. 18 18 Examination Scheme Credits Paper TW 150* 150 Or 50 50 Pr Total 200 200 12 12

602303

Project work Stage – II Total

CODE 502302 A 502302 B 502302 C

Elective – I Advanced Heat Transfer Finite Element Method Advanced Hydraulics and Pneumatic Systems

CODE 502303 A 502303 B 502303 C

Elective – II Tribology and Preventive Maintenance Automotive Safety and Regulations Automobile Air Conditioning

CODE 502309 A 502309 B 502309 C

Elective – III Noise Vibrations and Harshness Automotive Materials Vehicle Aerodynamics

CODE 502310 A 502310 B 502310 C

Elective – IV Computational Fluid Dynamics Automotive Chassis Design ** Open Elective (self study)

** Open elective subjects- BOS Mechanical Engineering will declare the List Of subjects which can be taken under open elective.

Physical laws. Fluid systems. the solution of state equation-continuous time systems. Linear Graph Terminology. The Fourier Transform Fourier spectra of power signals. Fourier analysis of sampled signals. Mechanical systems. Representation of functions by wavelets. Computation of state transition matrix by technique based on Caley-Hamilton theorem. . Mass transfer processes. Linear Graph Models: Skeletal structures. signal flow graph. 4.Mathematical Modeling and Analysis (502201) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper duration: 3hrs 1. Block diagram representation. mathematical models of continuous line linear lumped parameter time invariant systems. systems with multi terminal components. A Generalized Approach to Modeling The principles of conservation and continuity. Laplace transform analysis of causal periodic input to linear systems. Discrete time-convolution. Z-transform analysis of linear discrete time systems. Mason's rule.linear approximation of non-linear systems. The Z Transform The inverse Z-transform. continuous (Analogue) signal models. Numerical Analysis Numerical method for solution of continuous time state. The Laplace Transform: Application of Laplace transforms to differential equations. Wavelet Transform Multi resolution Analysis and construction of wavelets. response of linear Discrete time systems. 5. Modeling of Physical systems The linear graph approach. Relationship of the ZTransform to the Fourier and Laplace transforms. modulation. Deconvolution. Ordinary differential equations: Explicit and implicit techniques. Computation system. Topological Models of system. Discrete time systems.Discrete time systems. discrete Fourier transforms. 3. Environment and Variables. Fourier transform of periodic functions. Adaptive step size control. Linear system. computation of state transition matrix by canonical Transformation. 8. The state of a system. continuous time convolution. Adaptive RK method. stability in s domain. 9.Fourier series. Concept of State System. 6. Formulation of system equations. Electrical and Electro mechanical systems. 2. Numerical methods for partial differential equations. 7. Thermal systems. nature of response of linear discrete-time systems. The characterization of MRA wavelets. Response of linear continuous time state equation . Input output approach Discrete Signal Models.

J. Random and pseudo random number generation. CRC Press. Ltd. Nagarath & M. Woods. A.. Digital Sigal Processing. Nicola Bellomo & Luigi Preziosi. Palm: Modelling Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems. Richardson: Introduction to System Dynamics. 1996. 1985. Me Graw Hill. I. Gabel & Richard A. Modelling Mathematical Methods & Scientific Computations. 1998. Guido Weiss: CRC Press.H. Sandquist: Introduction to System Science. Springer. Text Books 1. James B. Kent L. 2 & 3. Gray M. Applications. Fast Transforms Algorithms.T. 2nd Ed. Fast Algorithms for Digital Signal Processing.H. Schafer. 1971. 5 T. Chapters i. 1980. Pvt. 3. Robert A. Richard E Blahut. Analytic and Monte Carlo simulation. H.J. theoretical and experimental approaches. Prentice Hall of India. 6 W. 7. 1995. Robert L. 6. 2. 1982. Designing a simulation experiment. New Delhi. Murphy. Reference Books 1. Willems -Introduction to Mathematical Systems Theory – A behavioural approach. Glisson: Introduction to System Analysis. 7 Ernest O Doebelin. Jan C. Academic Press Inc. Tata Me Graw Hill. 2 Systems Modelling & Analysis. 8. Lawrence: Modeling & Simulation of dynamic system. David K. Simulator technology. Alan V Oppenheim & Ronald W. John Wiley. Shearer. K Ram Mohan Rao. 4 J. . Addison & Wesley. Gopal. 5.. Wiley.10 Simulation: Introduction to simulation: Digital and Analogue simulation. 1999. A First Course on Wavelets. Simulating basic stochastic models. Reswick Charles K Taff: Introduction to Dynamic Systems. Cheng: Analysis of Linear Systems. Roberts: Signals and Linear Systems. Stochastic and Deterministic simulation. 1987.L. 4. 3 Jan Willen Polderman. Analysis and Applications. System Modelling and Response. Dougllao F Elliott. Eugenio Hernandez. Addis on-Wesley Publishing Co.

Juran -Kaizen -JIT -ISO 9000 -ISO 14000 Project Management: -Project life cycle -CPM -PERT -BOT -Public Private Participation . equilibrium -Inflation & unemployment -Foreign trade -Balance of payment Quality Management: -Fundamentals of TQM. Deming.Technology and Financial Management (502103) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks Credits:03 Paper Duration: 3hrs Finance: -Functions -Source of finance -National & International finance -Benefits & Limitations -Budgets & Budgeting Control Costing: -Significance of engineers -Traditional absorption costing -Marginal costing -Contract costing -Activity based costing -Process costing Engineering Economic Analysis: -Basic concepts & price theory -Supply & Demand -Consumer behavior -Law of reducing returns -Competition.types.

Guide to Quality Control 10) Fred Luthans. Organizational Behaviour. Chapman & Hall. McGraw Hill Publications. Kolkata 700 009 3) Collin Drury.HR Management: -Difference between personnel management & HR management -Role of HR Manager -Manpower planning -Merit rating -Training & Development -Retirement & Separation -Organizational Development & Behaviour -Management by objectives Reference Books 1) S C Kuchal. English Language Book Series. Book Syndicate Pvt. Quality Control Handbook 9) K Ishikawa. Managing Human Resporces 6) Chase Operations Management for Competitive Advantage 7) B S Sahay. . Management & Cost Accounting. Indian Economics 2) Prasad N K. Organizational Behaviour 11) Robbins S P. London [ISBN 0412 341204] 4) E Dessler. Human Resource Management 5) R S Dwivedi.. Prentice Hall Publications. Ltd. Cost Accounting. World Class Manufacturing 8) Juran.

. lubricating system. Cam profile construction. International Student Edition 6. Design of valve gear train for variable valve opening Engine Vibrations and Balancing: Dynamics of crank mechanism. Design of intake and exhaust system Engine friction and wear. Cylinder arrangements for balancing. Engine Design – Giles J. Design of carburetor. piston ring.Maleev V. Computation of air cooling system Design of fuel system for CI engine. Engine Design – Crouse. I. SAE Handbooks . C. Number of cylinders and cylinder arrangements Design of Principal Engine Components: Design of piston. C. Delhi 4. 5. Engine balancing. flywheel Design of Valve gear Train: Effect of valve timing on engine performance. Harper & Row Publishers. New York 2. radiator. McGraw Hill Book. L.C. C. Engine – L. Heat balance. Speed. Selection of lubricant. piston pin. Design of direct cylinder and port injection system for SI engine. General Engine Design: Selection of bore to stroke ratio. I. Design of Automotive Engine – A. pump and filters Reference Books 1. 3. Engine & Air Pollution – E. Co. connecting rod. Design of camshaft. Thermodynamic analysis of reciprocating engine cycles. Governor design.Automotive Engine Design (502301) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper Duration: 3hrs Principles of design of thermal systems: Principle of similitude. Design of valve spring. Lliffe Book Ltd. Vibration damping. Engine . Demidov 7. Design of Engine Systems: Design of cooling system. Engine cycle processes. water pump and fan. I. Obert. crankshaft. Firing order. Inertia forces. Kolchin and V. Time selection of valve. Tata McGraw Publication. Cycle of operation. C. F. Engine – Heywood 8. I. Torsion vibrations.. Engine performance characteristics. Litchy. G.

constant heat flux and constant wall temperature. . Principle of Fluid flow and heat transfer. contact resistance. Condensation: Physical mechanisms. The normalized convection transfer equations. Marcos and Bergles correlation. Flat plate in parallel flow. Concept of thermal resistance. ChiltonColburn analogy. Problems related with conventional geometries. Free convection governing equations. Forced Convection (Internal Flow) Laminar flow in a pipe. Empirical correlations for enclosures. Convection correlations: turbulent flow in circular tubes. local and average Nusselt number calculations. Transient Conduction: Lumped capacitance and its validity. Turbulent film condensation. 5. the boiling curve. Numerical methods for fin analysis. The various boundary conditions. for non circular tubes. on banks of tubes. thermal considerations. active and compound techniques. modes of pool boiling. 2. Problems related to anisotropic materials. mixed boundary layer considerations. 3. Heat transfer enhancement. Dropwise condensation correlations. The Blasius solution(highlights only). Navier-stokes equations and convection equation. mean temperature. Dimensionless parameters & physical significance. Empirical correlations for external free convection flows for various geometries and orientations. correlations. Mixed convection. Boundary layer similarity. spatial effects. Analytical solutions for temperature distribution. Reynolds analogy. Laminar free convection on a vertical surface. 4. Convection Empirical method. Boiling and Condensation Boiling modes. effects of turbulence. similarity considerations. Thermal analysis and convection correlations for laminar flow in circular tubes. Passive. Boundary layer approximations and special conditions. film condensation on radial systems. Evaluation of Nusselt number. friction factor. Concept of velocity and thermal boundary layers: Laminar and Turbulent flow.Advanced Heat Transfer (502302 A) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper Duration: 3hrs 1. Free convection within parallel plate channels. Two phase flow. laminar film condensation on a vertical plate. General lumped capacitance analysis. film condensation in horizontal tubes. Forced convection boiling. Overview of the subject of heat transfer with orientation to automotive applications.

Immersion cooling. Sachdeva 9 Heat and Mass Transfer . Network method. Dhanpatrai and Co.an practical application. M. Black body radiation and associated laws. Sukhatme. 4 J.. . Cooling load of electronic equipment.N.Chand & Company Ltd. black and gray surfaces. Reference books 1. 2 Yunus Cengel: Heat transfer . Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference. Conduction cooling. Int. 7. Incropera and Dewitt. Mc Graw Hill. transpiration and high speed cooling 8. PCB’s. John Wiley and sons. 8 Heat and Mass Transfer . Chip carrier. Holman. Thermal Radiation Fundamental concepts. Correction factor and effectiveness of heat exchangers. Spherical and hemispherical properties. conduction in chip carriers and PCB’s. Classification of heat exchangers. CENGAGE Learning 7 Heat and Mass Transfer . Multimode heat transfer. University Press 6 Principles of Heat Transfer.6. Liquid cooling. Fundamentals of heat and mass transfer. Cooling of Electronic Equipment Introduction: Manufacturing.R. Heat exchanger.Mc Graw Hill Int. Heat transfer. Gaseous emission and absorption. 10 Heat and Mass Transfer.Prof.C. Arora. Reradiating surfaces.. 3 A Bejan – Convective heat transfer. Overall heat transfer coefficient.K. Fouling factor.P. irradiation and radiosity. Air cooling. the view factor. 5 S.Heat transfer.John Wiley and sons. Ablative.R. Heat frames. the enclosure. Radiation Intensity: Relation to emission.Rajput . Radiators for automonbiles and its construction. Radiation exchange between surfaces. Tata Mc Graw Hill. thermal environment. Ozisik . Environmental radiation.Heat transfer a basic approach .P. Cooling of PC’s.Yadav. electronics cooling in different applications.Effectiveness as a function of Number of Transfer Units and heat capacity ratio. 6th ed.P.S. Frank Kreith..

Zienkiewicz ‘Finite Element Method’ Tata Mc Graw Hill.‘Finite Element Methods’ Prentice Hall of India (P) Ltd.‘An Introduction to FEM’. New Delhi. . Interpolation. 6. Inventor Reference Books 1. O. Verification of results Post processing. Solving and examining the results Element types and their selection. J. Krishnamoonthy-‘Finite Element Analysis – Theory and Programming’. Definition and stiffness matrix. Degrees of freedom. Global connectivity. Commercial FEA systems A simple example in FEA. New delhi. Formulation of problem. New Delhi. Examples with ProEngineer. 4. Some examples. Nitin Gokhale. How FEM works. Assembling matrices. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co. Plane stress and plane strain. Mesh generation. Verification of results. Plane frame. Trusses. Element refinement. 2D truss. Deshpande-‘Practical Finite Element Analysis. Different loading conditions. Types of nodes. Axisymmetric Plates and shells. Modeling techniques. Element types. Procedures. 5. Beam stiffness matrix. Selection of parameters.C. Solid elements. Finite to Infinite Pune. Mc Graw Hill International Edition C. Structural. Boundary conditions.Finite Element Methods (502302B) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper Duration: 3hrs Introduction. Plotting. Bathe. Specifying loading Plane stress/strain modeling techniques. Stresses. Interfacing with CAD and 3D analysis. Solution methods. Available solvers General concepts of FEM. Frames. Reddy. Brief history.S. 3. Space frame. Example case studies. Interfacing with CAD systems. Verification of results. Ltd. Linear Spring element. 2D truss with different. Assembling spring elements.J. Displacement. Basic elements. Animation. – ‘Applied finite elements analysis’ John Wiley and Sons. Boundary conditions. 2. Automatic mesh generation. two dimensional problems. Geometry creation. Segerling L. Formulation using Algor. Strains.N. Solving axial member problems.

Basic Fluidic Devices. MPL Control of fluid power circuits. Fluid Logic Control Systems: Moving Part Logic (MPL) control system. Switches. Piston pumps. Gear motors. Factors affecting oil performance. Direction and Flow Control valves. Synchronizing the movement of fluid power rams. Piston motors. Gear pumps. Applications in automotives. Packing standards. Hydrostatic transmission. Dryer. Hydraulic / Pneumatic Systems Fluid power symbols: IS. JIC. PLC. Intensifier. Vacuum clamp. Mechanics of hydraulic cylinder loadings. Filter. Hydraulic Fluids: Properties. Hydraulic motor theoretical torque. Etc. Source of Hydraulic / Pneumatic Power Pump: Pumping theory. Compressed air generation and distribution system. Muffler. Factors affecting selection of packing and Seals. Control elements. Compressor: Types of compressors. Power and Flow rate. DIN. Power operated holding devices. Packing and seals: Applications. and Pump performance rating.Advanced Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems 502302 C Teaching Scheme: Scheme Lectures: 3 Hrs/Week Marks 03 Duration: 3 Hrs Examination Theory: 100 Credits: Introduction to Hydraulics / Pneumatics Hydraulic and Pneumatic system: Components. Cartridge valves. and ISO. Principles of Fluidic Logic Control. Oil filter. . Pneumatic safety systems. Hydraulic fuses. Etc. Introduction to Boolean algebra. Dual pressure hydraulic systems. Lubricator. Vane pumps. Servo valves. Air motors. Types. Remote control pneumatic systems. Pump noise. Hydraulic Accumulator: Types. Sequencing of hydraulic cylinder motion. Air cylinders and their design. Safety controls for hydraulic systems. Vane motors. Fluid Power Lines: Layout requirement. Couplings. Compressor specification. Oil reservoir. limited rotation hydraulic actuator. Examples. Pump classification. Hydraulic Power Unit: Hydraulic Pump. Fire resistant hydraulic fluids. Shuttle valve. Hydraulic / Pneumatic Actuators Hydraulic cylinders. High pressure hydraulic systems. Selection of pipe / tubing. Valves and Components in Hydraulic / Pneumatic systems Pressure. Fluid Sensors. Applications. Types. Materials. Fluidic Control of Fluid Power Systems. Pump performance. Pump selection. Hydraulic motor performance.

L. J. Prentice hall 3. and Pneumatic circuit analysis. McGraw Hill 5. Analysis of electro hydraulic servo system. Majumadar – ‘Pneumatic Systems’ 13. Festo's Manual on Pneumatic Principle. applications 10. Majumadar. Analysis of hydraulic system with frictional losses. Accumulators system design.Principle & Maintenance".'Fluid Power Design Handbook' 8.'Fluid Power with application'. Testing equipments. Applications in automotives should be studied in detail. Vickers Manual on Industrial Hydraulics 9. B.A. – ‘Engineering Applications of Hydraulics and Pneumatics’ Arnold 14. Economic cost of energy losses in pneumatic systems.'Industrial Hydraulics'. Hydraulic system design. Stewart – ‘Hydraulic and Pneumatic Power for Production’ Industrial Press 2. Yeaple . "Oil Hydraulics. Soundarajan – ‘Introduction to Hydraulics and Pneumatics’.Pipenger . Tata McGraw Hill 12.Pease . Pneumatic system design considerations. International Literature Association 7. Industrial Press 6. Air pressure losses in pipelines.1219. Prentice hall 4.'Basic Fluid Power'. PHI . H. Basic pneumatic circuits. D. Graphic Symbols 11. procedure. ISO .'Hydraulics and Pneumatics'. Ilango and V. S. Esposito . Lall. A.J.Hydraulic / Pneumatic System Design and Analysis Testing of hydraulic and pneumatic components as per standards. H. L. Fluid Systems and components. Design and analysis of any hydraulic / Pneumatic system in automotive application with selection of components from manufacturers’ catalogue. Reference Books 1. Hydraulic power unit design. Turner Ian C.Stewart .'Oil Hydraulics'.

Lubricant monitoring. SOAP. thrust bearings. introduction. solid lubricants. losses and engine design parameters. modified adhesive theory. fatigue and diagnosis. BEARINGS. restriction. general tribological considerations in design of gears. Engine tribology basics – importance . engine friction.Hydroplaning . pressure distribution and load carrying capacity equations for hydrodynamic journal bearinginfinitely long and short bearing approximations. tribological aspects of engine components such as bearing. Road tyre contacts. traction drive. types. drive chains. valve train. types of wear. transmission drive line-transmission. capillary. orifice. generalized Reynold’s equation & physical significance of terms. reciprocating components. mechanism of wear. Ertel Gurbin criterian. surface properties. lubrication. bearing pad coefficients. tests. bearing characteristic number and performance coefficients. axle lubricants. flat. squeeze film lubrication Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication. classification. standard test methods for automotive lubricants. piston assembly. Automotive Lubricants. factors affecting wear. wear testing and methods of wear measurements.Tribology and Preventive Maintenance (502303A) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper Duration: 3hrs INTRODUCTION Introduction to Tribology. gear lubricants. rolling of two cylinders. EP lubricants. properties. rolling friction. LUBRICATION AND AUTOMOTIVE LUBRICANTS Theory of hydrodynamics. testing. surface parameters and measurements. engine oil performance designations. cams and gears. sliding friction. theories of friction. lubrication regims in the engine FRICTION AND WEAR Nature of metal surface. automotive engine oils. lubrication of ball & roller bearings. selection and life estimation. basic concepts. conical & spherical pad thrust bearing. flow control valve. air & gas lubricated bearing. universal and constant velocity joints. theories of wear. wheel bearings. . Raleigh bearing sintered bearings. ferrography and other rapid testing methods of lubricant contamination HYDROSTATIC AND ELASTOHYDRODYNAMIC LUBRICATION Hydrostatic bearings.introduction. transmission fluids. cams. Introduction to wear.

C. Griffiths . 2.. McGraw Hill. lubrication charts . McGraw Hill. wiring harness. “Tribology Hand Book “. Halling J. preventive maintenance schedule for passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles. measurements and analysis”. real time condition monitoring using vibration analysis PERIODIC MAINTANENECE Maintenance of batteries. Hamrok B. & Chowdhari K. greasing of vehicle . Factor affecting battery life.. wipers.B. testing and battery troubles Maintenance of auxiliaries Lubrication system. Orlov. Neale M. J. Heldt.S. “Automobile Engineering” 10 Nakra B. McGraw Hill 11 Nakra B.INTRODUCTION TO PREVENTIVE MAINTANENCE Definition of preventive maintenance. wear and corrosive maintenance. Maintenance of Electrical system. horns. Wiley Eastern Ltd. D. “Instrumentation. “Fundamentals of Fluid film lubrication”. NK Young.K.alternators. “Basic Lubrication Theory “. John Wiley and Sons. difference between regular maintenance and preventive maintenance. “Automobile Electrical & Electronic Equipments’ Butterworths. Fuller D. . Vol. Cooling system Maintenance. testing of starters .C.J.IV. “Principles of Tribology “. Lead acid battery. New York. M. Butterworths. McMillan Press Ltd. Narang. “Fundamentals of Machine Design “. SIGNATURE ANALYSIS OF BEARINGS AND GEARS. maintenance of drive line system Reference Books 1. “Theory and Practice of Lubrication for Engineers “. Chilton Co. P. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Cameron A.NY Automotive Chassis – P..”Theory & Practice of mechanical Vibrations”. ignition coils. London G. O. MIR. Noise..

Severity Index. Study of crash dummies 3) Vehicle Safety systems Survival space requirements.Types of crash / roll over .Human impact tolerance.Active and passive safety.Warning devices Hinges and latches. Air bags Use of energy absorbing systems .Impact protection from steering controls - Design of seats for safety. Optimization of vehicle structures for crash worthiness . characteristics of vehicle structures. Restraint systems used in automobiles - Types of safety belts. Door locks & retension systems Rear/front/side under run protection devices.Determination of Injury thresholds.Tests. high speed photography. rearward field of vision in automobiles - - Types of rear view mirrors and their assessment . - . Image Analysis 2) Pedestrian Safety and Ergonomics Importance of Ergonomics in Automotive safety. Regulatory requirements for crash testing .Instrumentation. etc External Projections.Head restraints.types of seats-Importance of Bumpers Damageability criteria in bumper designs Types of safety glass and their requirements.Locations of controlsAnthropometry. Study of comparative tolerance.AUTOMOTIVE SAFETY AND REGULATIONS (502303 B) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits:03 Paper Duration: 3hrs 1) Safety and Crash Testing Introduction .

and Mamalis. A. P.G. Keitz H. Recent Development in Automotive Safety Technology. giving procedure for type approval and estimating Conformity of production for safety of critical components. 4.. 6. 2002 3. Pantazis M. Jullian Happian-Smith ‘An Introduction to Modern Vehicle Design’ SAE. 8. 5. Daylight Running Lamps (DRL).R. rear position lap. 15. “Photometry”.. 1999. “Introduction to Radiometry and Photometry” 12. Handbook of Applied Photometry – OSA... design.. “Forensic aspects of driver perception and response. Lawyers and Judges 1996. LED. performance Light signalling devices such as stop lamp. 14. MEP. Cambridge University Press 11. “Lamps and Lighting” Hodder & Stoughton. et al "Low speed Automobile Accidents" Lawyers and Judges 1996 2. construction.4) Automotive Lighting and Light Signalling Devices Automotive lamps. Priya and Belwafa Jamel.. “Visual instrumentation: Optical design & engineering Principles. .Hill 1999. Central motor vehicle rules and standards. direction indicator. Adoptive Front Lighting System (AFLS). types. Born M and Wolf E “Principles of Optics”. Prasad. American Iron and Steel Institute. McGraw . number plate lamp. material. reverse lamp. London. reflex reflector. 7. Edward A. Updated CDs of AIS 037. Johnson. AIP Press (1997) 10. Walsch JWT. 5) Safety regulations: As Issued from time to time by Government Of India as per AIS 037 (Automotive Indian Standard) Reference books 1. . USA. “Light calculations and Measurements”. Macmillan 1971. A. SAE International Publication. Dover Publication 13. 9. J. W. etc. position lamp. E. Editor: Daniel J Helt.New technology in automobile lighting-Gas Discharge lamp. McCluney W. A. published by ARAI Pune. "Vehicles Crashworthiness and Occupant Protection”. Olson L. London 1993. Watts. "Crashworthiness of Vehicles.

solar heat gain. design ducts by velocity reduction method. odour and bacteria. 4. insulating materials. Automatic temperature control . Applied Psychrometry. Central / unitary air conditioning systems Components like compressors. humidistat. expansion devices. dehumidifiers. humidifiers. Air Distribution: Air Distribution Systems Fundamentals of air flow in ducts. isolated vehicles. frequency.Study of different types of filters. Controlling flow. modern control of parity. attenuation. Factors forming the load on air conditioning systems. Load Estimation: Load Analysis. Air Conditioning Equipments and Controls: Chillers. noise level etc. Trouble shooting of air conditioning system Compressor service. 3. heat losses. thermostat.servicing heater system. charging & testing. design procedure for noise prevention. Automobile air conditioning . various types of filters. Psychrometric processes using chart 2. Effect of air conditioning load on engine performance. study of various sources of the internal and external heat gains. ventilation. Control of air handling systems 5. Load calculations for automobiles. performance characteristics. Ventilation and Infiltration: Requirement of ventilation air. Pressure cutouts and relays cycling and sequence controls. sources of noise in air conditioning plants. types of grills. equal friction method and static regain method.Air conditioner maintenance & service . Air Conditioning Controls. . Air filtration. transport vehicles . Condensing units. ventilation and infiltration as a part of cooling load. Air Conditioning Systems: Classification and layouts . condensers. Outside & inside design consideration. Sound Control: Definitions of various terms like level. . Cooling & heating load calculations. heating systems etc. selection procedure. air washers.Automobile Air Conditioning (502303 C) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper Duration: 3hrs 1. Fans and Blowers: Types. evaporators. Air Routine & Temperature Control. various sources of infiltration air. control dampers. 6. Layout of duct systems for automobiles and their impact on load calculations. evaporator care air glow through the dash recirculating unit. series and parallel arrangement. Refrigerants for automotive applications. methods of dehydration. bypass factors. Equivalent Temperature Difference Method. etc. Removing & replacing components. 7. noise and vibration study and elimination techniques (description only). Air conditioning for passengers. pitch. Cooling coils. fan blowers. pressure drop calculations. and Radiance Method. Introduction : Air Refrigeration System and its applications. Cooling Load Temperature Difference. duct materials and properties. diffusers.

Control System for Heating. warm air system. Jeffrey 2000.. . Ventilating and Air Conditioning-Analysis and Design. Handbook of Air Conditioning System Design. USA. hot water systems. 7. Hainer R. Heating. 5th ed. Faye. 6. Jerald. P. New York. Tata McGraw Hill Publication. 5. Automotive Air conditioning systems: Classification. McGraw Hill Book Co. Trane air conditioning manual... London. Refrigeration and Air conditioning. Norman C. ASHRAE Handbooks 2.. Edward Arnold Publishers Ltd. Harris. Spitler. Van Nastrand Reinhold Co. John Wiley & Sons.8. Air conditioning Engineering.C P Arora. Jones W. 4. Ventilation and Air Conditioning. 1984. New Delhi. McQuiston. central and unitary systems. W. Carrier Incorporation. 8. Parker. Reference Books: 1. 1984. Modern air conditioning 3. design of typical air conditioning systems for automobile.

meshing Analysis of the result. 1.Lab Practice – I 502304 Teaching scheme Practical 06 hr/week Examination Scheme Credits: 03 Term Work: 50 Marks Term Work Term work shall consist of any ten experiments given below. Experiment on post processing and interfacing with CAD and 3D analysis. Assignment on development of CNG engine. Assignment on radiator sizing for automotive applications. Experiments on engine to evaluate various performance characteristics. Assignment on basic engine design for passenger vehicles and commercial Vehicles. Assignment on numerical methods in heat conduction and convection. strength and wear consideration. Experiments on solving simple FEA problems. 2 Assignment on design of piston and cylinder for thermal. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Modelling and analysis of an engine part using solid modelling software / FEA software 11 Visit to an automotive industry to see the latest manufacturing and assembly of System. geometry creation. 12 Visit to an automotive R & D and testing centre like ARAI/VRDE/I CAT/ NATRiP Center at Pithampur . Experiment on passive heat transfer augmentations techniques.

SEMINAR I 502305 Teaching scheme Practical: 4 Hrs. . The student is expected to submit the seminar report in standard format approved by University of Pune. The topic of the seminar should be out of syllabus and relevant to the latest trends in Automotive Engineering. /week Examination scheme Credits: 2 Term work: 50 marks Each student is required to deliver a seminar in first semester on state of the Art topic of his/her own choice.

variables on detonation. equilibrium constant for ideal gas mixtures. Stages of combustion. adiabatic flame temperature Chemical and Phase equilibrium . exhaust after treatment. the phenomenon of knock in CI engine. Combustion in CI engine. .Comparative properties of FuelsDiesel and Gasoline. safety aspects. Enthalpy of formation and enthalpy of combustion. Controlling of emissions.I. Pollutant formation on incomplete combustion. combustion chambers for CI engines 5) Emissions from Spark Ignition Engine Vehicles and their Control Emission formation in S. applications. Polyneculear Aromatic Hydrocarbon. Bio diesel.Fuels and combustion. Exhaust gas recirculation. Ethanol. engine/vehicle modifications required and effects of design parametersperformance and durability 3) Thermodynamics of fuel combustion Introduction to Chemical Thermodynamics. combustion chambers for SI engines. Charcoal Canister Control for Evaporative Emission Control. handling and dispensing. manufacture. Introduction to CNG. Biogas and Hydrogen. Effects of design and operating variables on emission formation in Spark Ignition engines Controlling of pollutant formation in engines Exhaust after treatment. 4) Combustion in SI & CI Engines Combustion in SI engine. Study of availability. properties. types. Vegetable Oils. Stages of combustion. First law analysis of reacting systems. emissions and drivability. Quality rating of SI & CI engine fuels. Chemical reaction . engines . Carbon monoxide. emissions and drivability. Positive crank case ventilation system for UBHC emission reduction.Criterion for chemical equilibrium. Oxides of Nitrogen. phenomenon of detonation. effect of engine. storage. LPG. factors affecting delay period. 6) Emissions from Compression Ignition Engine Vehicles and their Control Chemical delay. Effect of design and operating variables on pollutant formation. Variation of Kp with Temperature. fuel additives for SI & CI engines 2) Alternative Fuels Need for alternative fuels.Hydrocarbons. fugacity and activity.Automotive Fuels and Emissions (502306) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits:03 Paper Duration: 3hrs 1) Conventional Fuels Estimate of petroleum reserve and availability . intermediate compound formation. Simultaneous relations.

Ganesan. 2. 2000.. “Alternative fuels guidebook”. Bechtold. Watson. N. 1996.B. N. 1985. SAE.7) Health effects of Emissions from Automobiles Emission effects on health and environment.J and Henin. R. “Hydrogen fuel for structure transportation”.. I Mech E. pollutant formation’. 1998. SAE. V.J. “Alcohols as Motor Fuels”.. ‘Internal Combustion Engines’. ambient air quality monitoring 8) Emission Norms: As per Bharat Standard up to BS – IV and procedures for confirmation on production. Economic and Performance” SAE. McGraw Hill 1995. 10.. Springer. “Alternative fuels for the combustion engine”. Joseph. Reference Books 1.116 Issue III. “Alternative Fuel : Emission. Tata McGraw Hill.S. G. Anglin. Crouse. 1995 8. ASME.M. 1990 9.A.. W. 5. 1994. and Patterson. Emission inventory. Plenum Press. ‘Automotive Emission Control’. 1986.. ‘Internal Combustion Engines’. Anna Arbor Science. testing equipment and related procedure for testing type approval COP of vehicle and emissions as per rule 115. et al.L. A. Maxwell.. 3. ‘Engine Emissions. 1980 7. ‘Emissions from Combustion engines and their Control’.116 and 126 . 6. Document on test method. “Alternatively fuelled vehicles”. 12. MORTH/CMVR. Heywood John. and.TAP 115. D. 11. 4. D. Patterson. E.

Fundamentals. relays. acceleration. digital systems. other safety and comfort systems. airbag and belt tensioners. engine cooling and warm-up control. deceleration and idle speed control. injection system controls. throttle body injection and multi point fuel injection System. Sensors & Actuators: Introduction. electronic panel meters. exhaust emission control engineering.C. dashboard instruments. sensors and actuators. 4. altitude sensors. vehicle motion control.Autotronics (502307) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits:03 Paper Duration: 3hrs 1. lighting design. Basic sensor arrangement. instrumentation and control. solenoids. warning system and safety devices. Types of Sensors such as oxygen sensors. central locking and electronic Windows. stepper motors. 2. vehicle motion control. feed back carburetor system. on-board diagnostics. in-car multimedia. electronic management of chassis system. digital electronics. 6. generator and alternator. electronic spark timing. Comfort & Safety: Seats. mirrors and sun roofs. throttle position sensors. new developments. integrated engine control system. Electronic Fuel Injection & Ignition System: Introduction. fuel metering/vehicle speed sensors and detonation sensors. Crank angle position sensors. horn. Fundamentals of Automotive Electronics: Microprocessor and micro Computer applications in automobiles. new . cruise control. automotive instrumentation and developments. types of solid state system and their principle of operation. microcomputer engine control telematics. Automotive Electrical: Batteries. regulation for charging. flow Sensors. 5. components for engine management System. D. 3. security. starter motor & drive mechanism. advantage of electronic ignition systems.The system approach to control &instrumentation: electronic components and circuits. future automotive electronic systems. Digital Engine Control System: Open loop and closed loop control system. 7.

4 Understanding Automotive Electronics. NY. Electromagnetic Interference Suppression: Electromagnetic compatibility Electronic dash board instruments . Ronald K. Security and warning system. Bechfold. Jurgen. Automotive Electricity and Electronics. Butterworth Publication. Delmar Publishers.. London. Young.8. 2. Recommended books 1. SAE 1998 . Al Santini. Griffitns. Automobile Electrical & Electronic Equipments. ISBN 0-8273-6743-0. ISBN 0-07-034453-1. McGraw Hill Publishing Co.Onboard diagnosis system. 3. Automotive Electronics Handbook.

Response of idealized suspension systems to stop and sinusoidal disturbances in bounce and to wheel out of balance. vehicle transfer function. Random ground input excitation: Use of sinusoidal transmissibility function to predict mean square motion of spring mass. Extension of theory to include three degrees of freedom. Vehicle Dynamics. 4. Calculations of effective spring rate. Combined pitch and bounce motion: application to multi wheel station vehicles. Modification of theory to allow for soil conditions and lateral weight transfer Application of theory of steering of articulated and half-track vehicles. Fundamental of vehicle dynamics: Thomas D Gillespie . Vehicles & Bridging. Wheel hop. required to skid steer a tracked vehicle. Theory of Ground vehicles. 2. igSs/Tytler. Transient response: Natural frequency and damping in yaw. Frequency response in yaw. aerodynamics. Choice of suspension spring rate. Extension of two degree of freedom theory to include effects of traction and braking. Wheeled Vehicle Handling Handling control loop. Tracked Vehicle Handling Analysis of sprocket torques and speeds. Solution with two degree of freedom in the steady state: stability factor. Business Book. Brassey's.IR Ellis. Spring mass frequency. over and under-steer.Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics (502308) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper Duration: 3hrs Vehicle Ride Human response to vibration: ISO standards. Handling of multiaxle vehicles. Hydraulic dampers and choice of damper characteristics. dual wheels and bogies.JY Wong. Suspension Requirements. wheel wobble. Wily. self-aligning torque. 19&9. 3. Vehicle suspension in fore and aft directions. characteristic and critical speeds. Kinematic behavior of vehicles with rigid wheels and with compliant tyres: neutral steer point. Roll axis and vehicle under the action of side forces. static margin. Derivation of generalized equations of motion for a vehicle: stability derivative notation. 2001. Reference Books 1. Independent compensated rubber & air suspensions systems. Development of equations of motion to include roll of sprung mass: Effect on steady state and frequency response. wheel shimmy.

absorption and acoustic material wrt sound absorption and transmission. Undamped. Interior noise of vehicles. evaluating sound absorption coefficient and transmission absorbers. Applications of Modal Analysis Passive Noise Treatments A. Airborne noise. fire crackers and household articles. B. Ambient air quality standards. Noise Source Identification Techniques Frequency and order domain analysis.Noise. plates & shells. Automotive NVH sources. Ride comfort. Ducts & Mufflers -Types of mufflers. performance parameters – acoustics and backpressure. Behaviour of Standard methods for loss. Modal Analysis Definition of Modal Properties. Types of sound transmission. Acoustic Material damping. Noise and vibration control in vehicles. Modal analysis theory. Reactive and absorptive silencers and Overall design considerations. Prediction of transmission loss and flanking materials and their applications Interior Noise of Automobiles Interior noise sources. FE & Experimental modal analysis. NVH Legislations Psycho-acoustics and effect of noise on human beings. Pass-by noise limits. Structure borne noise. Sound pressure. Noise sources. Sound quality. generation and radiation. Sound insulation .Acoustic holography & beam forming. Sound intensity and sound power mapping and Introduction to array techniques . Refinement techniques. Transducers and Measurement Techniques Transducers and exciters. Quantification of sound. Basics of sound propagation. intensity and power measurement and Digital signal processing. damped and forced vibrations and Vibration of beams. Vibrations and Harshness (502309 A) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits:03 Paper Duration: 3hrs Introduction to Automotive NVH Natural vibration of Single Degree of Freedom System (SDOF) and Multi Degree of Freedom System (MDOF). Excitation sources. Noise specifications for automotive vehicles – pass-by & stationary and Noise specifications for generator sets. Damping Characterization -Sound transmission.

Reference Books 1. 3. 9. Theory of Vibrations with Applications: W T Thomson CBS Publishers Delhi 2. 5. 4. Mechanical Vibrations: G K Groover. Principles of Vibration Control : Asok Kumar Mallik. Mechanical Vibration Analysis: Srinivasan. McGraw Hill. Mechanical Vibrations J P Den Hartog. 7. Vibration and Noise for Engineers: Kewal Pujara . McGraw Hill International Edison. 8.John Wiley & Sons Inc 6. Dhanpat Rai And co. Fundamentals of Vibration : Leonard Meirovitch . McGraw Hill. Mechanical Vibrations: S S Rao Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. . Mechanical Vibrations A H Church .West Press. Affiliated East.

stress relief. titanium alloys. Sealant and adhesives. propeller shaft. CVD and PVD. cam shaft. fuel tank. engine valve. martempering. PPO. smart materials. Hardenability. enamels. Gudgeon pin. classifications of steels and cast irons. automotive glasses. cooling curves. 6. . manufacturing of aluminium alloys. brake liners and brake pads. compression moulding. pulforming. zinc base alloys. axle. High Strength Low Alloy Steels (HSLA). ceramics. greases. PP.Effect of alloying additions. electro plating. cam. aluminium base alloys. clutch plate. seats. varnishes. PEEK. gear wheel. blow moulding. Non-metallic materials – Polymers – types of polymer. metalmatrix /composites. ABS. engineering ceramics. solid solutions. tires. brake fluids. nitriding. Plastic and composite component manufacturing methods – hand moulding. 3. transmission fluids. PS. spring. brazing. Jominy end quench test. importance of heat treatment in design of components. pultrusion. typical properties of alloy grades.gasoline & diesel fuels. eutectic. PAI. connecting rod. shock absorber. blackodizing. casting. PVC. primers. radiator. gear oils. powder metallurgy 4. Metallic Materials .Paints. welding. PA. body panel. soldering. PET. PTFE Polymers – Urea and Phenol formaldehydes. Flame and Induction hardening.rolling. Refractory materials 8. piston. extrusion. PPS. normalising. . substitutional & interstitial alloying. antifreeze engine coolants. etc. recrystallisation and spheroidizing. Full annealing. Cylinder head. copper base alloys. pearlitic. Sound insulating materials. Elastomers – natural and synthetic rubbers. Isothermal transformation diagrams. metal forming operations . eutectoid reactions. piston ring. Gaskets. Other Materials . alternate fuels. Pysico-chemical properties of Automotive fluids and their importance – Type of fluids . Reaction Injection moulding (RIM). methods of identification of alloy grades 2. hardening and Tempering of steel.Automotive Materials (502309 B) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits:03 Paper Duration: 3hrs 1. crank shaft. properties of rubbers and auto applications 5. Austempering. PMMA. engine oils. precipitation hardening of non-ferrous alloys. composites.Electrical insulating materials. bearings. effects on vehicle performance 9. Protective coating materials . batteries. carburising. application of non-metallic materials such as plastics. chassis.cylinder block. commodity and engineering polymers – Properties and auto applications of PE. case hardening. Composites – Fiber reinforced plastics (FRP). cyaniding. forging. Heat treatment – Definitions. anodizing. nano-composites. SMC & DMC 7. carbonitriding. crank case. filament winding. PC. Selection of materials – selection criteria for auto components . PI. Manufacturing processes – steel melting practices.

Sydney H. National & International specifications. effects and preventions. Harris Samuel “Material Science and Metallurgy”.Materials Science and Engineering. Donald R Askeland. 4.. Phule “Essentials of Materials Science and Engineering. TQM. P.approach to analysis. D.Avner “Introduction to Physical Metallurgy” McGraw-Hill Book Company. Safety and environment impacts. C.10. SPI Publication.Budinski “Engineering Materials” Prentice-Hall of India Private Limited. Cengage Learning. ISO 9001. 1994. P. wear & tear. types of failures. fracture mechanisms. 2008 . 2. OSHA standards. corrosion – causes. interpretation of tests & results. 4th Indian Reprint 2002. 2006 5. importance of endurance life. types of fatigue. 1999.V. Testing & Characterization. Raghavan.Budinski and Michael K. Kenneth G. types of defects in metals & cracks. case studies 11. 3. hydrogen embrittlement. Reference books 1. Daniel Yesudian. Ltd.Quality Control – Testing & validation of materials & components.Metallurgical Failure Analysis . G. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.

performance of cars. Application of CFD Introduction . Wind tunnels and test techniques Principles of wind technology – limitation of simulation – stress with scale models .Existing automobile wind tunnel – full scale wind tunnels – climatic tunnels measuring equipments and transducers . fundamental of fluid mechanics.Hucho – “aerodynamic of road vehicle” Schlichting H “boundary layer theory” Pope A “ low speed wind tunnel testing” joho wiley and sons . Aerodynamic design Development and simulation methods –cars.inviscide flow – governing equations – irrotational Flow field and consequences – potential flows – boundary layer methods – numerical modeling of fluid flow around vehicle body.hatch back – fast back & square back dust flow pattern at rear – effect of gap configuration – effect of fastener. Rererence Books 1) 2) 3) W. resistance to vehicle motion.boat failing . trucks.flow field around car – drag force – type of drag force – analysis of aerodynamic drag coefficient of car – strategies for aerodynamic development of car – optimization of car bodies for low drag. light vans. drag cars as bluff body .front and rear windshield angles –vehicle dynamics under side wind – force moment coefficients – dirt accumulation on vehicle – wind noise – air flow around individual components .method of solve Navier stoke equation – forces acting in fluid element – compressibility effect in flow field . flow phenomenon related to vehicles.Front end modification .H. buses. Shape optimization of cars The origin of forces and moments – effects . historical development trends.Vehicle Aerodynamics (502309 C) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits:03 Paper Duration: 3hrs Fundamental of aerodynamics Scope.measurement techniques – velocity measurements – flow visualization techniques – road test method – numerical method – wind noise measurements . external and internal flow problems.

Discussion of physical meanings and Presentation of forms particularly suitable to CFD. Reference Books 1. 2 Fletcher C. John Wiley & Sons [2001] . the SIMPLE algorithm. Second Edition [2000] 3 C. 10. Errors and stability analysis. Incompressible Couette Flow Solution by implicit method and the pressure correction method. The Governing Equations of Fluid Dynamics Derivation. Pressure correction Technique: Application to incompressible viscous flow. explicit and implicit methods. 6. Volumes I and II. “Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows”. Finite Elements and Finite Volume Methods. Grids with Appropriate Transformations Adaptive grids and unstructured meshes. “Computational Fluid Dynamics-The Basics with Applications”. Inc. Basic Aspects of Discretization: Introduction to Finite Difference. John D. Relaxation technique.Computational Fluid Dynamics (502310 A) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper Duration: 3hrs 1. Mcgraw Hill. Numerical Solutions of Quasi-One-Dimensional Nozzle Flows 8. Supersonic Flow over a Flat Plate Numerical Solution by solving complete Navier Stokes equation.J. “Computational Techniques for Fluid Dynamics”. Numerical dissipation and dispersion. 5. artificial viscosity. Anderson Jr. Springer. MacCormack’s Technique.A. Space marching. Impact of CFD 2. 3. Detailed treatment of Finite Difference method. 7. A Few CFD Techniques The Lax-Wendroff Technique. Mathematical Behavior of Partial Differential Equations: Impact on CFD 4. Numerical Solution of a 2D Supersonic Flow Prandtl-Meyer Expansion Wave 9. Introduction to CFD Historical background. Volumes I And II. The ADI technique. Hirsch.

Power Steering system. Reversible & irreversible steering . Scammell articulated trailers . 2. Independent Suspension system. “The Motor Vehicle”. Khanna Publications . Single Transverse link. Types of Springs. Dual Brakes. Wahl factor. N. wheels. a Scammell Design. Ackerman Steering gear. Spring Stresses in rigid Six wheeler. Constructional details. Hydraulic Brakes. Steering characteristics. Turning circle radius. Tread Design. Stress Deflection equation for helical springs. Single trailing/ leading link.Garrette. air springs. Steering effect of leaf spring Variable rate springs. Elementary theory of Shoe Brakes. Centre point steering. Butterworth Heinemann. Aspect Ratio. Power assisted brakes. The load conscious valve. Tread Design consideration. Brake linings. Disc Brakes. Wheel fixing. Brake Shoe Adjustments. “Automotive Mechanics”. “Automotive Technology”. Transmission of six wheelers . Roll Center.K. Castor. Scammell Route ness. “Automotive Mechanics”. Jack Erjarn. Schwaller. Camber. Steering Column . Self Energizing disc brake. TMH Edition. Davis Steering Gear. The rigid Six Wheelers. Fundamental Condition of True rolling. Rear wheel steering . Servo Power assisted brake system . wheel tyre assemblies. Vacuum brake. Tyres. Function of brakes. Checking and Adjustments. Delmar Thomson Learning 4. Rear Suspension (Dead Axle) Active Suspension Automotive Steering System: Wheel Alignment. rims. Wheels and Tyres: Introduction . 3. Reference books: 1. Double transverse link. McPherson Strut System. Design of helical springs. Noise. Newton. Apportioning valve. Double Trailing link. Buckling of springs. Types of leaf springs.Automotive Chassis Design (502310 B) Teaching Scheme: Lecture: 3 hrs/week Examination Paper: 100 Marks Credits: 03 Paper Duration: 3hrs Design of Suspension System: Springs. steering connections.Giri.Retrading And Manufacturing Six Wheel Vehicles: Introduction. Brake lining devices. Direct acting vacuum servos. rubber springs. “Motor Automotive Technology” . T. Delmar Thomson Learning 5. Automotive Brakes: Introduction. Run Flat Tyes . Crouse / Anglin. Suspension. Bendix Hydrovac.K. Materials . Steeds.

Experiment on actual sound and vibrations measurements on a vehicle mounted on a chassis dynamometer. cost estimation.LAB PRACTICE –II 502311 Teaching scheme Practical 06 hr/week Examination Scheme Credits: 03 Term Work: 50 Marks TERM WORK The Term work shall consist of any Ten experiment of following 1. Experiment on measurement for emission from diesel /gasoline engine. 11 Study of Bharat I/II/III/IV/V norms.R & D E Dighi Pune . 2 Design project for system selection. Study of ABS system and draw a complete system diagram with costing for a passenger vehicle.g. Study of present day fuel system for conventional / non conventional fuels for CI and SI engines. Visit to composite material laboratory at DRDO. Study of latest suspension system e. Control system.of India and actual measurement of pass by noise. 12 Study of Automotive materials. Report of Full vehicle test at ARAI/VRDE or Tata Motors and failure analysis of various critical components. applications in Indian conditions especially in large cities. specially polymers and composites. Experiment on chassis dynamometer to study deflection. spring rate and stress analysis on various components. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Study of noise legislation issued by Govt. Study of MPFI and CRDI systems and their application. layout diagram for providing air Cnditioning of a midsize passenger car. load estimation. equipment selection. active suspension system and their application.

preferably on the topic of sub specialization based on the Elective subjects selected by him/her. . /week Examination scheme Credits: 2 Term work: 50 marks Each student is required to deliver a seminar in second semester on the topic relevant to latest trends in Automotive Engineering.SEMINAR II 502312 Teaching scheme Practical: 4 Hrs. The student is expected to submit the seminar report in standard format approved by University of Pune.

/week Examination scheme Credits: 2 Term work: 50 marks The term work will consists of a report prepared by every student on a seminar topic on advancement in technology. related to the selected dissertation topic or topics closely related to dissertation and oral presentation. The student is expected to submit the seminar report in standard format approved by University of Pune.SEMINAR III 602301 Teaching scheme Practical: 4 Hrs. .

project overview. PERT. . The student shall complete the part of the project that will consists of problem statement. The student shall submit the report of project work completed partly in standard format approved by University of Pune. scheme and method of implementation (block diagram. /week Examination scheme Credits: 6 Term work: 50 marks Project stage-I. The project aims to provide an opportunity of designing and building a complete system or sub systems in the area where the students likes to acquire specialized skills.PROJECT WORK STAGE I 602302 Teaching scheme Practical: 18 Hrs. is an integral part of dissertation work. literature review. charts etc) layout and design setup. The project should be based on the knowledge acquired by the student during course work and should contribute to needs of the society.

2. Project report. NOTE: Term work will be assessed jointly by a pair of internal and external examiner along with the oral examination of the same. /week Examination scheme Credits: 12 Term work: 150 marks Oral: 50 Marks The project Stage I will be evaluated on the Basis of 1. Analysis and validation of result. Oral examination. Physical inspection of project in case of hardware project.PROJECT STAGE II 602303 Teaching scheme Practical: 18 Hrs. 3. . 4.