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Tech (CAD/CAM) SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS 1st Semester S. No Subject & Code L/T P/D Total Credits 1 Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equation 4 -4 8 2 Computer Aided Design 4 -4 8 3 Stress Analysis & Vibration 4 -4 8 4 Finite Element Analysis 4 -4 8 5 Design Optimization 4 -4 8 6 Elective I 4 -4 8 7 Computer Aided Design & Optimization Lab -4 4 4 24 4 28 52 Electives I: 1. Mechatronics 2. Design for Manufacturing 3. Manufacturing Methods & Mechanics of Composites 2nd Semester S. No Subject & Code 1 Computer Aided Manufacturing 2 Flexible Manufacturing Systems 3 Industrial Robotics 4 Design of Hydraulics & Pneumatic Systems 5 Automation in Manufacturing 6 Elective II 7 Computer Aided Machining & Robotics Lab

L/T 4 4 4 4 4 4 -24

P/D Total Credits -4 8 -4 8 -4 8 -4 8 -4 8 -4 8 4 4 4 4 28 52

Elective II: 1. Intelligent Manufacturing Systems 2. Computer Aided Process Planning 3. Compututional Fluid Dynamics

II Year S. No 1 2 Subject & Code Seminar Project work L/T --P/D Total Credits --10 -4 -28 36 46

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NUMERICAL METHODS FOR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Unit-I: Introduction to finite difference formula: Parabolic Equations: Introduction – Explicit finite difference approximation to one dimensional equation Crank _ Nicolson implicit method – derivation boundary conditions Unit-II: Alternate direction implicit (ADI) method finite difference in cylindrical and spherical polar co-ordinates. Convergence stability and consistency: Definitions of local truncation error and consistency convergence analysis – stability analysis by matrix method eigen value von Newmann stability methods, global rounding error-local truncation error-lax`s equation theorem. Unit-III: Hyperbolic Equations : Analytical solution of 1st order quasi linear equation – numerical integration along a characteristic lax wenderoff explict method CFI condition wenderoff`s implicit approximation - propagation of discontinues Numerical solution by the method of characteristics. Unit-IV: Elliptic Equations: Introduction - Finite differences in polar co-ordinates – formulas for derivative near a curved boundary - analysis of the discretization error of the five point approximation to polman`s equation over a rectangle Unit-V: Systematic iterative methods for large linear systems – necessary and sufficient condition for convergence of iterative methods – stones implicit methods. Finite Element Method : weighted residual method - variations method – division of the region into elements linear element – Galerkin formulation. References: “Numerical Solution of partial differential equations; Finite Differences methods”, G.D. Smith, Brunel University , Clarandon Press Oxford. “ The Finite Difference Methods in Partial Differential equation”A.R. Mitchel and D.F. Grnra, John Wiley. “Numerical Methods for Engineers and scientists” “Joe D. Hoffman, Mc Graw Hill “Applied Finite Element Analysis,” Larry J. Segerlind, John Wiley.

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KUKATPALLY, HYDERABAD
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN UNIT I : CAD TOOLS: Definition of CAD Tools, Types of system, CAD/CAM system evaluation criteria, brief treatment of input and output devices. Graphics standard, functional areas of CAD, Modeling and viewing, software documentation, efficient use of CAD software. UNIT II: GEOMETRICMODELLING: Types of mathematical representation of curves, wire frame models wire frame entities parametric representation of synthetic curves her mite cubic splines Bezier curves B-splines rational curves UNIT III: SURFACE MODELING :Mathematical representation surfaces, Surface model, Surface entities surface representation, Parametric representation of surfaces, plane surface, rule surface, surface of revolution, Tabulated Cylinder. UNIT IV : PARAMETRIC REPRESENTATION OF SYNTHETIC SURFACES – Hermite Bicubic surface, Bezier surface, B- Spline surface, COONs surface, Blending surface , Sculptured surface, Surface manipulation – Displaying, Segmentation, Trimming, Intersection, Transformations (both 2D and 3D). UNIT V: GEOMETRICMODELLING-3D : Solid modeling, Solid Representation, Boundary Representation (B-rep), Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG). UNIT VI : CAD/CAM Exchange : Evaluation of data – exchange format, IGES data representations and structure, STEP Architecture, implementation, ACIS & DXF. UNIT VII: Design Applications : Mechanical tolerances, Mass property calculations, Finite Element Modeling and Analysis and Mechanical Assembly. UNIT VIII Collaborative Engineering: Design Systems.

Collaborative Design, Principles, Approaches, Tools,

Rao / TMH. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. CAD/CAM / P. . CAD/CAM Theory and Practice / Ibrhim Zeid / Mc Graw Hill international. Mastering CAD/CAM / Ibrhim Zeid / Mc Graw Hill international.TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2.N.

“Mechanical Vibrations ”.T. Principle of orthogonality – classical and energy methods. Unit.S. multi-degree systems – applications of matrix methods continuous systems.IV: Transient vibrations of single and two degree systems. and Unit–III: Single degree freedom. plane stress problem in polar coordinates Thick cylinders..JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. two degree freedom system without and with damping – Free and forced vibrations. Transient vibrations. introduction to shell theory – contact stresses. Dover Publications Thomson W. HYDERABAD STRESS ANALYSIS AND VIBRATIONS Unit-I: Two dimensional elasticity theory in Cartesian coordinates. KUKATPALLY. .Circular plates. Unit II: Torsion of non circular prismatic sections.P. Rotating discs – stress concentration.. “Advanced strength of materials” Den Hartog J. rectangular axisymmetric. References: Timoshenko and Goodier. Unit -V: Free and forced vibrations of strings bars and beams. “ Theory of elasticity” Den Hartog J. “Mechanical Vibrations” Addison Wesley Longman.P.. “Theory of Vibrations with Applications” CBS Publishing Rao S.

KUKATPALLY. basic element shapes. comparison of fem with other methods.Ritz method. Shape functions – Numerical Integration – sub parametric and superparametric elements. Analysis of Trusses – Plane Truss and Space Truss elements. Basic equations of elasticity. application of FEM. non linear dynamic problems. Eigen Vector. 3-D problems – Tetrahedran element – Jacobian matrix – Stiffness matrix UNIT -VI: Scalar field problems . strain displacement relations UNIT -III: 1-D structural problems – axial bar element – stiffness matrix. Galerkin Methods UNIT -II: Co-ordinates.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Dynamic equations – consistent mass matrix – Eigen Values. temperature effects. UNIT -IV: Analysis of beams – Hermite shape functions – stiffness matrix – Load vector – Problems 2-D problems –CST. Rayleigh. historical back ground. Non linear problems. geometric non linearity. Introduction. boundary conditions. general description. shape functions and characteristics.1-D Heat conduction – 1-D fin element – 2-D heat conduction problems – Introduction to Torsional problems. natural frequencies – mode shapes – modal analysis. LST. . HYDERABAD FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS UNIT -I: Introduction to FEM: basic concepts. UNIT – VIII: Non linearity. Virtual energy principle. UNIT – V: Isoparametric element – quadrilateral element. treatment of boundary conditions. UNIT -VII: Dynamic considerations. Quadratic shape function. force terms. analytical problems. properties of stiffness matrix. solution of system of equations. Stiffness matrix and load vector. interpolation function. load vector. variational approach.

TEXT BOOKS: 1.Pergamon.S. 6. The Finite element method in engineering science – O. Mc Graw Hill. The finite element methods in Engineering – S. Rao .C. An Introduction to Finite Element Methods – J. N. 2. Concepts and applications of finite element analysis – Robert Cook 3. Zienkowitz. New York 4. Reddy – Mc Graw Hill 5. Chandrupatla and Ashok D. Finite Element Procedures in Engineering analysis – K. Belagundu. Introduction to finite elements in engineering – Tirupathi K.J Bathe .

structural-design application axial and transverse loaded members for minimum cost. vibration absorbers. interpolation methods. maximum weight. HYDERABAD DESIGN OPTIMISATION Unit..I: General Characteristics of mechanical elements. design optimisation of springs. Pattern and Gradient search methods. adequate and optimum design. Golden section. KUKATPALLY. design constraints. “Optimization for Engineering Design Algorithms and Examples” Prentice Hall of India.. Unit-III: Direct methods and indirect methods using penalty function. Unit-V: Dynamics applications for two degree freedom system. Design of shafts and torsion members. Application in mechanisms. “Engineering Optimization -Theory and Practice” New Age. classification of optimisation problems. E. “Optimum Design of Mechanical elements” Wiley. . equality and inequality constraints. References:Singerusu S. formulation of objective function. Kalyanamoy Deb. Random. Rao. “Genetic Algorithms in search.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING.II: Technique of unconstrained minimization. John & Sons Goldberg D. Single and multivariable optimisation techniques Unit. Lagrange multipliers Geometric programming and stochastic programming Genetic algorithms Unit-IV: Engineering applications. Optimization and Machine” Addison-Wesley – NewYork. Johnson Ray C. principles of optimisation.

open University. Machine Vision: Feature and Pattern Recognition methods. Popular control system configurations. Unit-V: Sensor Interfacing : Analog and Digital Sensors for Motion Measurement. Design Considerations and Tradeoffs. .W. Unit-II: Motion control Algorithms: significance of feed forward control loops. Digital Transducers. KUKATPALLY. “Tata MC Graw Hill. Actuators and Motion Control: Characteristics of Mechanical. Design with linear slides. London. Unit-IV: Manufacturing Data Bases: Data Base management system. S-curve. Desi Iva. Unit-III: Architecture of intelligent Machines: Introduction to Microprocessor and programmable logic controllers and identification of system. edition and manipulation of Data. concepts of perception and cognition in decision making. Human – Machine and Machine – Machine Interfacing devices and strategy. CAD/CAM Data bases. Intelligent Machine vs Automatic Machine Economic and Social Justification. System design Classification. Alciatore.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Motor/Load inertia matching. Graphic Data Base. objects oriented model language interface. Michel B. Introduction to object oriented concepts. electrical. Control parameters and system objectives. “ Control sensors and actuators. Motion control aspects in Design. HYDERABAD MECHATRONICS (Elective) Unit – I: Introduction: Definition of Mechantronics products. Fuzzy logic compensatory control of transformation and deformation non-linearities. Overview of Mechatronic products. References “Designing Intelligent Machines”. shortfalls. procedures and methods in creation. “ Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement systems. C. Hydraulic and pneumatic actuators and their limitations. Mechanical configurations. Fundamental concepts of adaptive and fuzzy – control. Histand and David G. “ Prentice Hall. 1.

Deep Drawing – Keeler Goodman Forming Line Diagram – Component Design for Blanking. Factors in design of weldments – general design guidelines – pre and post treatment of welds – effects of thermal stresses in weld joints – design of brazed joints. UNIT VI: FORGING – Design factors for Forging – Closed die forging design – parting lines of dies – drop forging die design – general design recommendations – UNIT VII: EXTRUSION & SHEET METAL WORK: Design guidelines for extruded sections design principles for Punching. selection of casting process. Bending. UNIT III:MACHINING PROCESS: Overview of various machining processes – general design rules for machining .Dimensional tolerance and surface roughness – Design for machining – Ease – Redesigning of components for machining ease with suitable examples.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. HYDERABAD DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE (Elective) UNIT I: Introduction :Design philosophy – steps in Design process – General Design rules for manufacturability – basic principles of designing for economical production – creativity in design. UNIT V: METAL JOINING: Appraisal of various welding processes. KUKATPALLY. UNIT IV: METAL CASTING: Appraisal of various casting processes. General design recommendations for machined parts. UNIT VIII: PLASTICS: Viscoelastic and creep behavior in plastics – Design guidelines for Plastic components – Design considerations for Injection Moulding – Design guidelines for machining and joining of plastics - . UNIT II: Materials: Selection of Materials for design – Developments in Material technology – criteria for material selection – Material selection interrelationship with process selection – process selection charts. . Blanking.general design considerations for casting – casting tolerances – use of solidification simulation in casting design – product design rules for sand casting.

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

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. off . Unit – V Coordinate transformations: Hooke’s law for different types of materials. Silica. Off . types and classification of composites. Micro mechanical predictions of elastic constants. Unit – III Micromechanics: Unidirectional composites. Failure mechanisms. Unit – VIII Analysis of laminated composite plates Introduction.axis compliance. freeedge effects. relation ship between engineering constants and reduced stiffness and compliances. properties of typical composite materials. . Kevlar. cross and angle ply laminated plates. constituent materials and properties. Graphic interpretation of stress – strain relations. Transformation of stress and strain. HYDERABAD Manufacturing methods and Mechanics of Composites (Elective) Unit – I Basic concepts and characteristics: Geometric and Physical definitions. Thermoplastics. Characterization of composite properties. Unit – VII Strength of unidirectional lamina: Micro mechanics of failure. Polymer composites. Strength of an orthotropic lamina. carbon. constitutive relations. boron. moulding methods.Glass. problems using thin plate theory. Particulate composites. first ply failure. silicon carbide. laminate characteristics and configurations. man layup. Aerospace and structural applications. stiffness modulus. Metal matrix and ceramic composites. natural and man-made composites. RTM. Unit – IV Manufacturing methods: Autoclave. pultrusion. thin plate theory. application to design. The failure envelope. Strength of a lamina under tension and shear maximum stress and strain criteria. elastic properties of a lamina. tape production. specially orthotropic plate. filament winding.axis. Thermosetts. analysis of laminated composites. Numerical examples of stress strain transformation. KUKATPALLY. Unit – VI Elastic behavior of unidirectional composites: Elastic constants of lamina. Unit – II Reinforcements: Fibres. Hooke’s law for two dimensional unidirectional lamina. and born carbide fibres.

Mc Graw Hill Company. Mechanics of Composite Materials. 1980. Wiley-Interscience. References: 1. M. 2. 1994. L. Oxford University Press. Agarwal and L.Daniel. Van Nostrand Rainfold. B. Calcote. J. Jones. New York. Broutman. R. Analysis and performance of fibre Composites. New York. 1969. Analysis of Laminated Composite Structures. Engineering Mechanics of Composite Materials by Isaac and M.Text Books: 1. R. D. . 2. New York. 1975.

Linear static analysis. multipoint constraint familiarity with different types of loads. non linear static analysis. creating bill of materials. Design optimisation. mirroring. linear dynamic analysis. Familiarity with element library. creating pattern of holes. Creating sheets and views.  . extracting a part using tools. non linear dynamic analysis. KUKATPALLY. Automatic calculation of rigid body modes. Results and analysis. direct and iterative solver. creating an assembly. uses specified eigen value shift. assembling existing components. Coons patches. lumped and consistent mass matrices. Bezier surface patches. Buckling analysis. constraining the profile. Transient heat transfer analysis. Generation of Ferguson’s cubic surface patches. creating text and dimensions. translating rotating.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Steady state heat transfer analysis problems. managing the specification tree. Jacobi inverse iteration techniques. mode superposition method. Defining Boundary conditions. Solution techniques. Steady state harmonic response. moving components. overall structural and damping. HYDERABAD COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & OPTIMISATION LABORATORY  Creation of working drawing. creating wire frame and surface geometry using generative shape design and sweep tools. creating geometry. Import and export of drawing from other softwares.

design benefits. Unit–V: Group technology. Paul G. HYDERABAD COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING Unit – I: Introduction to Numerical Control –Components of CNC system –Types of CNC systems Unit – II: Open loop and Closed Loop control Systems. Drives and Controls Interpolators for CNC machine tools Unit – III: Principal Types of CNC machine tools and their constructional features Design considerations – Tooling for CNC – Sensors for Adaptive Control of CNC machine tools Unit–IV: SMART manufacturing CNC part programming – Manual and computer assisted part programming – Post processors – CNC part programming with CAD/CAM systems. . Classification and coding Production flow analysis. “Computerinte Design and Manufacturing” TMH. References: Yorem Koren.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. machine cell. Part families. Ranky. Production systems and computer Integrated manufacturing” Prentice Hall of India David Bedworth.. KUKATPALLY. “Computer control of Manufacturing Systems” Mc Graw Hill P. Groover. “Computer Integrated Manufacturing” Prentice Hall International. “Automation.

. just in time characteristics. work station loads.K. “ Hand Book of Flexible Manufacturing Systems” Academic Press. Pull method. application of simulation software. Planning and scheduling and control of FMS.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Planning FMS database. References:Jha N. KUKATPALLY. Unit – II: Hirerarchy of computer control. Productivity Press India Pvt. CAD/CAM considerations. Knowledge based scheduling. Karban system. Toyota “ Production System Beyond Large Scale Production”. Specification and selection. close supplier ties. Unit – III: Software for simulation and database of FMS. trends. flexible workforce – line flow strategy Unit – V: Preventive maintenance. HYDERABAD FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM Unit – I: Introduction to flexible manufacturing systems. quality small lot sizes. Taiichi Ohno. Ltd. Unit –IV: Manufacturing data systems data flow. Supervisory computer. implementation issues.

UNIT: V MACHINE VISION: Functions. SINGNAL AND DELAY commands. Image processing and Analysis-image data reduction. Segmentation feature extraction. training the vision system. Robotics application. velocity sensors. robot drive system. UNIT: VII ROBOT CELL DESGIN AND CONTROL: Robot cell layouts-Robot centered cell. WAIT. Analog to digital single conversion. control system and dynamic performance. HYDERABAD INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS UNIT: I Introduction: Automation and Robotics. manipulator path control. position representation forward transformation. ROBOT LANGUAGES: Textual robot languages. KUKATPALLY. In-line robot cell. Devices. actuators sensors. Elements in function. Robot language structures. Branching capabilities and Limitations. robot dynamics. mechanism. Positions sensors. motions joint notation work volume. . uses sensors in robotics. Robot programming as a path in space. Considerations in work design. SENSORS: Desirable features. UNIT: VI ROBOT PROGRAMMING: Lead through programming. Robot anatomy. homogeneous transformation. UNIT: II CONTROL SYSTEM AND COMPONENTS: basic concept and modals controllers control system analysis. Object recognition. precision of movement. Work and control. Image storage. robot activation and feedback components. configuration of robot controller. UNIT: III MOTION ANALYSIS AND CONTROL: Manipulator kinematics. Error detection. operation. Generation. force analysis. Work cell controller. robot configuration. proximity and range sensors. Motion interpolation. Lighting techniques.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. UNIT: IV END EFFECTORS: Grippers-types. Inter locks. tactile. tools as end effectors consideration in gripper selection and design. power transmission system. Sensing and Digitizing-imaging.

Mikell P. Assembly and Inspection. . K. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Industrial robotics.Fu / McGraw Hill.UNIT: VIII ROBOT APPLICATION: Material transfer.S.Groover /McGraw Hill. Feature Application. 2. Processing operation. Machine loading/unloading. Robotics.

principles and maintenance”..” Fluid power with applications”. “ Pneumatic systems. References:S. cylinders and air motors Unit–IV: Sequencing and synchronizing circuits. Graw Hill S. Prentice Hall. Majumdar. flow and pressure control valves.R. Unit–V: Maintenance and trouble shooting of hydraulic and pneumatic circuits and components PLC Automation and use of Microprocessors. hydraulic reservoir accumulators Unit. KUKATPALLY.” Tata Mc. GrawHill Andrew Darr.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. types and construction details. accumulators Hydro pneumatic circuits principles of pneumatic circuit design. seals and packings hydraulic servo techniques. HYDERABAD DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC & PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS Unit–I: Oil hydraulic systems Hydraulic pumps. Direction control valves. Jaico Publishing Hoise. / Tata Mc. Majumdar. Antony Espossito.III: Design of hydraulic circuits. “Hydraulics and pneumatics”.R. Unit–II: Linear actuators types Piston rod design sizing and selection. “Oil Hydraulic Systems. . Rotary actuators. sizing and selection. low cost automation circuits. accumulator.

types. Analysis of multi station assembly. Benefits.Automation for machining operations Design and fabrication considerations. Process Planning System. Production operations and automation strategies-Plant Layout.ways to improve line balancing . UNIT IV: Assembly Systems and Line Balance: Manual assembly lines . degrees of automation. Retrieval type. Methods of work flow transport transfer mechanism .reasons. conveyor system. basic components and applications.line balancing problem methods of line balancing . UNIT II: High Volume Production Systems: Automated flow lines. machine Cell design.Control functions . UNIT VII: Computer Aided Process Planning: Planning function. operation. . KUKATPALLY. Automated guided vehicle system. benefits and limitations. design and analysis of material handling system. production concepts and mathematical models design the parts for automation. part classification and coding. components. Automatic loading systems. UNIT V: Automated Material Handling: Types of equipment and functions. Generative process. Automation .automated assembly systems. design of automated guided vehicles and applications. HYDERABAD AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURING UNIT I: Fundamentals of Manufacturing Automation: Basic Principles of automation. Automatic Identification Technique: shop floor control-factory data collection systembar code techniques. Automated storage / retrieval systems . UNIT VI: Group Technology: Part families. types of automated systems. types. UNIT III: Analysis of Automated Flow Lines: Analysis of transfer lines without storage -partial automation automated flow lines with storage buffers – implementing of automatic flow lines.buffer storage .flexible manual assembly lines .JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING.

Radha Krishnan & S. Grower. 1996.. Production Systems and CIM". types. Ltd. construction. inspection probes. . PHI Pvt. and applications. LASER Micrometer and optical inspection methods.“System Approach to Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing “. New Age International Publishers.UNIT VIII: Automated Inspection And Testing: Automated inspection principles and methodssensors techniques for automated inspection-techniques for automated inspection-contact and non-contact inspection methods-in process gauging. types. John Wiley. CMM’s. 2003. 1998 (2) P. Subrahamanyam and Raju"CAD/CAM/CIM". Machine vision."Automation. References: (1) Mikell P. (3) Singh.

Advantages of CIM. Knowledge Base. CAQC.CAD. Clustering Algorithm. Intelligent Manufacturing – System Components. Sorting-based Algorithms. UNIT V: Automated Process Planning – Variant Approach. Cost Based method. KUKATPALLY. Conceptual Learning.Group Technology in Automated Manufacturing System. HYDERABAD INTELLIGENT MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (Elective) UNIT I: Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems – Structure and functional areas of CIM system . Expert Systems for Process Planning. CAPP. Matrix Formation – Similarity Coefficient Method. Equipment Selection Problem. Artificial Neural Networks . Data Redundancy. UNIT VII: Group Technology: Models and Algorithms – Visual Method. Generative Approach. UNIT II: Manufacturing Communication Systems – MAP/TOP. Problem Solving approach in KBSES. . CAM. OSI Model. Bond Energy Algorithm. ASRS. Coding Method. UNIT VI: Knowledge Based System for Equipment Selection (KBSES) – Manufacturing system design. Comparison of Knowledge Representation Schemes. Feature Recognition. Knowledge Representation. System Architecture and Data Flow. Artificial Neuron. Modeling the Manufacturing Equipment Selection Problem. UNIT III: Components of Knowledge Based Systems – Basic Components of Knowledge Based Systems.Biological Neuron. System Operation. Cluster Analysis Method. Applications in Manufacturing.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Structure of the KBSES. Knowledge Acquisition. Extended CI Method. UNIT IV: Machine Learning – Concept of Artificial Intelligence. Structure of Knowledge based system for group technology (KBSGT) – Data Baswe. Types of Neural Networks. Cluster Identification Method. UNIT VIII: Knowledge Based Group Technology . Interference Engine. Volume of Information. Phases of Process planning. Top-down and Bottom-up Approach.

Production Systems and CIM by Groover M. Neural Networks by Wassarman. 2. 4. Artificial Neural Networks by Yagna Narayana 3. Intelligent Manufacturing Systems by Andre Kusaic.P.Text Books: 1. Automation. .

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Unit –VI Determination of manufacturing tolerances: design tolerances. principle of Generative CAPP system. reduction of total set-up cost for a particular sequence. Unit . feature recognition. implementation. Unit –V Determination of machining parameters: reasons for optimal selection of machining parameters. KUKATPALLY. quantitative methods. methods. Knowledge based systems. solving optimization models of machining processes. determination of optimal index positions for executing fixed sequence. examples. . automation of logical decisions. alternative manufacturing processes.II Generative CAPP system: Importance. relative advantages.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Unit . effect of parameters on production rate. quantitative methods for optimal selection. HYDERABAD COMPUTER AIDED PROCESS PLANNING (Elective) Unit . Role of process planning. group technology. benefits. advantages of mathematical approach over conventional approach. methods of tolerance allocation. Unit –VII Generation of tool path: Simulation of machining processes. graphical implementation. cost and surface quality. advantages of conventional process planning over CAPP. advantages of integrated approach over sequential approach. and applications. integration of design and manufacturing tolerances. NC tool path generation. Structure of Automated process planning system. Unit – IV Selection of manufacturing sequence: Significance. structure. implementation. different approaches. manufacturing tolerances.III Retrieval CAPP system: Significance. sequential approach. Inference Engine.I Introduction to CAPP: Information requirement for process planning system.

criteria for selecting a CAPP system and benefits of CAPP. Text Books: 1. 3.Automation .Sadhu Singh. Production systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing System – Mikell P. Computer integrated planning systems.Computer Aided Engineering – David Bedworth .Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing – Dr. Computer programming languages for CAPP. and Capacity planning system.Unit –VIII Implementation techniques for CAPP: MIPLAN system.Groover 2.

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approximate factorization. nonlinear problems. implicit schemes. Eluer equations. alternating direction implicit schemes. KUKATPALLY. Unit – VI Finite volume method: Finite volume method via finite difference method. direct method with Gaussian elimination. fractional step methods. finite element method. Navier-stokes system of equations. governing equations and boundary conditions. Parabolic equations-explicit schemes and Von Neumann stability analysis. Runge-Kutta method. interactive solution methods. finite volume method. direct method with tridiagonal matrix algorithm. Unit – III Hyperbolic equations: explicit schemes and Von Neumann stability analysis. Unit – V Treatment of compressible flows: potential equation. Unit – IV Formulations of incompressible viscous flows: Formulations of incompressible viscous flows by finite difference methods. example problems. HYDERABAD COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (Elective) Unit – I Introduction: Finite difference method. multi step methods. boundary conditions. formulations for two and three-dimensional problems. Unit – II Solution methods: Solution methods of elliptical equations – finite difference formulations. Burgers equations: Explicit and implicit schemes.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING.1: Linear fluid flow problems. flowfield-dependent variation methods. Unit – VII Standard variational methods . Derivation of finite difference equations. vortex methods. second order one-dimensional wave equations. . pressure correction methods. Unit – VIII Standard variational methods – 2: Transient problems. implicit schemes. steady state problems.

2002. 1985.Chung. Computational fluid dynamics. J. . Reference: 1. Cambridge University press. T.Text Book: 1. CBS Publishers & distributors. Text book of fluid dynamics. Frank Chorlton.

HYDERABAD Computer Aided Machining & Robotics Lab Features and selection of CNC turning and milling centers.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Simulation of manufacturing system using CAM software. tool setting on machine. subroutine techniques and use of cycles. Practice in part programming and operating a machining center. controller operating system commands. KUKATPALLY. Robo path control. practive in APT based NC programming. tool planning and selection of sequences of operations. Robotic simulation using software. preparation of various reports and route sheets. . Practive in Robot programming and its languages. Practive inpart programming and operation of CNC turning machines.