(MARINE ENGINEERING DEPAERTMENT) 2MRE301 - APPLIED MECHANICS Teaching Scheme (Hrs) L T 3 P Total 3 Theory 3 Examination Scheme (Marks) Credit Pra./ TW Total 3 Int. Asses 30 Theory Sem.End Marks Hrs 70 3 Total 100 Practical Total 100 Grand Total

UNIT-I STATICS : Types of forces, equilibrium conditions, equilibrium of non-coplanar forces, equilibrium of rigid bodies in three dimensions, method of virtual work, principal of virtual displacement, coplanar non concurrent forces- Varignon’s theorem. Rapson’s slide. UNIT- II FRICTION: Frictional force, coefficient of friction, Laws of friction, friction between solid dry surfaces on horizontal and inclined planes, wedge friction, rope friction, simple bearing friction, work done against friction UNIT- III SIMPLE MACHINES : Definitions- load, effort, mechanical advantage, velocity ratio, efficiency, Graph of Load- efficiency and Load –effort, Wheel and Axel, rope pulley blocks, Differential pulley blocks, screw jack. Single and double purchase winch crab, Worm wheel. UNIT- IV MOMENT OF INERTIA : Centroid- center of gravity of two-dimensional body, determination of centroid by integration for various geometrical shapes, centroid for composite sections. Moment of inertia, parallel axis theorem and perpendicular axis theorem, polar moment of inertia, Radius of gyration, determination of M.I. for simple and composite sections. UNIT-V DYNAMICS : Linear motion, angular motion and motion in inclined plane-simple treatment. Work and energy, constant force and force with linear variation, potential energy, kinetic energy, Newton’s law of motion, conservation of momentum. Centrifugal force and its application in conical pendulum.

Strength of materials by R. 4.Ramamrutham & R.Bhavikatti & K. Rajasekar Strength of materials by S.S. 3. Rajasekarappa Engineering mechanics statics & Dynamics by Dr. .G. 5. 2. Engineering mechanics statics & Dynamics by S.Narayan.References: 1.K. Engineering mechanics statics & Dynamics by Beer and Johnson.Rajput.

End Marks Hrs Total Practical I. under cut. taper turning./ TW 2 Total 2 Int. Powered hand tools. Lathe – Straight turning. Step turning.V. Measurements etc. 3.Ass.I SHOP Teaching Scheme (Hrs) L T P 4 Total 4 Examination Scheme (Marks) Credit Theory Pra.Exercises in Electric Arc welding and Gas welding Advanced Techniques. Asses Theory Sem. sharpening . HAND TOOLS . .PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (MARINE ENGINEERING DEPAERTMENT) 2MRE 303 WELDING & MACHINE. knurling and thread cutting exercises.GANPAT UNIVERSITY U. 2. Shaping Machine – Making square from round rod and grooving exercises. 50 Grand Total Sem Total End 50 100 100 WELDING 1. Exercise involving above. LATHE & SPECIAL M/C SHOP 1. 2.Hand tools. WELDING .

Open System (Flow System). equilibrium and stability Maxwell equation. irreversibility. 4. Gas power cycles Carnot cycle. Control volume. Sem. Quasistatic Processes. comparison of Rankine and Carnot. Otto cycle. application of second law. entropy transfer with heat transfer. exergy balance 6. difference and ratio of heat capacity. binary vapor cycle. Entropy. entropy and disorder. Thermodynamic Equilibrium. h-s diagram 7. energy equation. Examination scheme (Marks) Theory Sem End Practical Total Internal Asses.Patel College of Engineering Department of Marine Engineering 2ME – 305 Engineering Thermodynamics Teaching scheme (Hrs) L P Total Internal Asses. Clausius in equality. Thermodynamic relations.GANPAT UNIVERSITY U. Homogenous& Heterogenous Systems.Properties of pure substances P-V. T-S plot. T-S and P-T Diagram. Availability Available energy. 3. application of first law of thermodynamics. second law. dead state. Introduction Macroscopic & Microscopic viewpoint. Thermodynamic system & control volume. Gas mixture Equation of state.Tech Semester-III 3 - 3 30 Marks 70 Hrs 3 100 -- -- -- 100 1. entropy of gas mixture. Dual cycle. law of corresponding states 8. Lenoir cycle. Vapour power cycles Rankine cycle. Stirling cycle. corollary of second law. Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics 2. entropy and direction. Clausius Clapeyron equation. End Total Grand Total B. Thermodynamic properties. First Law of Thermodynamics Closed System (Non Flow Process). Ericson cycle. modified rankine cycle. Joule Kelvin effect. Brayton cycle. Processes & cycle. Atkinson cycle. Diesel cycle. 5. reversibility and irreversibility. Entropy. entropy generation in close and open system. quality of energy. 9. Brayton-Rankine combined cycle .V. 10. properties of mixture of gas.. Second law of thermodynamics Kelvin plank and Clausius statement.

Yadav Cengel.I. .Ballany P. II 4) Thermodynamics P.REFERENCES BOOK : 1) Thermal Engineering 2) Thermodynamics 3) Thermodynamics & Heat Engine Vol.Nag R.K.L.

crank shafts. eutectoid reaction. controlled atmosphere in heat treatments. sulphur. cyaniding. Application of mechanical field. manufacturing processes. Application of above processes to machine components & mechanical equipments such as gears. shaft bearings. production of powder compacting. sintering. lever – arm principle. white. 5. Theory of Alloys : Systems. 2. metallurgy. microstructures & properties of plain carbon steels. flame hardening. nitriding. Hardening.. vanadium.V. Non – ferrous Alloys : Constitution and properties of the alloys of copper. tin. aging. phosphorous and other elements on the properties of cast iron. Heat treatment of steel : Study of heat treatment processes such as spherodizing. Powder Metallurgy : Application of powder metallurgy. stainless steel. use of inhibitors cat hodic protection. filters.GANPAT UNIVERSITY U. types of corrosion. Cast Iron : Constitution. heat treatment of cast irons. diamond impregnated tools. eutectic reaction. hardenability. turbine blades. pistons etc. structural constituents. zinc. high temperature alloys. aluminum. nickel. Steels: Effect of alloying elements such as manganese. 4. induction hardening. cemented carbides. lining and cladding. use of specific grades of cast iron in mechanical field. lead. Iron carbon equilibrium diagram. magnesium etc.Tech Semester-III 2ME-501. 6. advantages of powder metallurgy. cooling curves. carburizing. phases and phase rule. 3. constitution. oil pump gears. tungsten. chromium. selection of steels for various machines components and mechanical equipments. cobalt and boron. properties of gray. Peritectic reaction. coding of steels as per ASME and ISI. seasoning of cast iron. manganese. malleable and spherodial graphite cast irons. products of powder. effect of silicon. tool and die steels. equilibrium diagram. .Patel College of Engineering Department of Marine Engineering B. metal coatings. organic coatings. 7 Corrosion of metal and alloys : Mechanism of corrosion. babbitted bearings for automobiles.MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY Teaching scheme (Hrs) L 4 P 2 Total 6 Int Asses 30 Examination scheme (Marks) Theory Practical Sem End Marks Marks 70 3 Total 100 Int Asses 25 Sem End 25 Total 50 Grand Total 150 1. prevention of corrosion. molybdenum. low alloy engineering steels.

Refractory materials : Properties and classifications. fields of application of nano materials. High temperature alloys. Owens Frank J. REFERENCE BOOKS: Physical Metallurgy – Principles & Practice (V.P. & Green N. 3. 10. cupola etc.8. Physical metallurgy b.S. Non-ferrous metallurgy TEXT BOOKS: 1. acid refractories.) **************** . 6. Nano Technology: Introduction to nano technology & nano science. Araldite etc. Composite Materials: Classification. 2. 9. boilers.(O. cryogenic materials. Characterization & application of composite materials.Lakhtin) Materials Science (R. TERM WORK : The term work to be prepared by the candidates shall consists of technical report of about ten experiments performed by the candidates out of which at least two experiments will be based on each of the following topics listed under the headings of a. A Text Book of Materials Science & Metallurgy 2. selection of refractories for furnaces. Introduction to Physical Mettalurgy By . basic refractories.) Composite Materials – (Chawla Krishan K. Ferrous metallurgy c. Teflon.. Khurmi) Corrosion Engineering (Fontanna M. Development Of Special Materials : Ceramic materials. Insulation refractories. Raghavan) Engineering Physical Metallurgy & Heat-Treatment (Y. 11. Khanna) By .D. Avner) 1.) Introduction to Nano Technology – (Poole Charles P.(Sidney H. Materials for nuclear reactors.G. 5. 4.

Sem. I & II BY P. GREWAL ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS BY SHRIVASTVA TEXT BOOK OF ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS BY A. convolution theorem. line integral. solution of ordinary linear differential equations. . 3. V. half range sine and cosine series. Ordinary differential equation (higher order) : Ordinary differential equation with constant coefficient. Binominal. inverse Laplace transform. simultaneous equation with constant co-efficient applied to electrical circuits. Fourier sine and cosine intergration. WARTIKAR & J. harmonic functions. transform of derivatives.Engineering Mathematics – III Examination Scheme Theory Practical Sem. periodic functions. properties of Laplace transform. Patel College of Engineering B. IV (Mechanical Engineering) 2HS401. Marks Hrs. variation of parameter methods. Total probability. direct-delta function. unit step and heaviside’s unit function.) Asses. Cauchy’s theorem and Cauchy’s integral. Fourier transforms. Simple form of conform transformation with application of the solution of two dimensional problems. Poisson’s and normal distribution applications. Tu Theory Pract. functions having points of discontinuity. Tech. moment generating function. odd and even functions. 2. 3. 6. change of intervals.N. Fourier transform. expansion of odd or even periodic functions. elements of harmonic analysis. standard error. Cauchy – Euler differential equations.B. Bay’s theorem. Lagranges first order partial differential equations.) (Hrs. 4. multiplication by t n . STATISTICS: Probability. theorem of compound probability. 04 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 1. REFERENCE BOOKS: APPLIED MATHEMATICS VOL. repeated trials. Total Int. 4. End Grand Total Pract. diffusion equation and Laplace equation. Euler’s formula.S. FOURIER TRANSFORMS: Definition. PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: Formation of partial differential equations. JAGGI 1. MATHUR & V. 7. Theory of complex variables: Analytic functions.GANPAT UNIVERSITY U. calculation of error. probable error. complex form of Fourier integral. applications of ordinary differential equation. Total (Hrs.N. directly integrable equations. inverse Fourier transforms. random variable. Pract.) (Hrs. expectation. discrete probability distribution. application to wave equations. method of separable of variables. simultaneous differential equations with constant coefficient. Laplace transform of elementary functions. Total 70 03 100 00 100 Teaching Scheme Credit Lect. division by t. WARTIKAR HIGH ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS BY B. 5. 2. Fourier sine and cosine transform.P. FOURIER SERIES: Definition of periodic function. Independent events. continuous probability distribution. Fourier integral. LAPLACE TRANSFORMS: Definition. Cauchy – Rieman equation. transform of intergration.

precautions and Bad weather. equipment carried. Total 5 Theory 3 Examination Scheme (Marks) Credit Pra. Distress signals (S.T and Zonal time. Pyro . windlass. gypsy.techniques UNIT-V: Survival at sea: Survival difficulties and factors. Launching of life rafts(Inflatable type) Embarkation into lifeboat and life raft. life boat drills. Practice of knot formation. heaving line. derricks cranes. Survival pack. Look out. bends and hitches. strength. Marine Survival and Rescue System by House . Flags used on ships.D.J. Morse and semaphore signaling. wireless Navigational Instruments. log and uses.H. Radio and alarm signals. UNIT-III : Navigation: General knowledge of principal stars. capstan. Bridge etc.S)Distress Calls time and Radio frequency. barometer and weather classification.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (MARINE ENGINEERING DEPAERTMENT) 2MRE302 . Flag e tiquette. Navigation compasses. Anchors: Their use. use of mooring line. Nicoholl's Seamanship & Nautical Knowledge by Brain C. Asses 30 Theory Sem. 3. echo sounder. Davits and their operation./ TW 1 Total 4 Int. Abandon ship : Manning of lifeboat and life raft.M. Lowering & hoisting of life boats (mode l) Practicals will be based on above topics.O. care and maintenance. Sound signals UNIT-II : Rope knots and Moorings: Types of knots. Maintaining the craft. Reference Books : 1.SEAMANSHIP AND SURVIVAL AT SEA Teaching Scheme (Hrs) L T 3 P 2 UNIT-I : Seaman & their duties: Ship's Department. Muster list. General ship knowledge ad nautical terms like poop-deck forecastle. radar satellite navigation etc. donning of life jackets.End Marks Hrs 70 3 Total 100 Practical Total 50 150 Grand Total . Stowage and securing arrangement. duties of crew members. Initial action on boarding. Hatches and function.V. equipment available. G. cable stopper. Materials of ropes. Practical: Knots. rat guards. carrying capacity. canvas and it's use. UNIT-IV : Life boats & Life rafts: Construction. Sextant. Navigation lights and signals: Port and Starboard. Forward and aft mast lights. Deck Equipment: Winces.GANPAT UNIVERSITY U. drooping and weighing anchor. Ropes splice. 2. Theory and Practice of Seamanship by Danton & Graham. Colors and location.

Deflection of beams Strain curvature and moment. differential equations for deflection of elastics beams. volumetric strain. Shearing Stresses in Beams Introduction.Patel College of Engineering Department of Marine Engineering 2ME – 302 Strength of Material Teaching scheme (Hrs) L P Total Internal Asses. Sem. simple bending. composite section. inclined load. triangle and Isection. shear force. principle of superposition. actions on the cross section of a beam. shear stress distribution for beam of rectangular. 4. different methods for determining slope and deflections. Theories of failure. fixed and overhung beams. Elastic Constants Introduction. Bending Stresses in Beams Introduction. Shear force and bending moment Types of beams. inclined beams. poission’s ratio. working stress. shear. relevant laboratory test. beam of uniform section. 8. Physical and mechanical properties of materials Axial. Examination scheme (Marks) Theory Sem End Practical Total Internal Asses. Hook's law. . 5. Principal Stresses and strains Principal planes. 6. compression. 9.V. hardness. Temperature Stresses & Strains Determination of thermal stress and strain. factor of safety. tension. thermal stress in composite members. beam with couples. modulus of section. simple stress. normal stress. stresses in composite members. theory of simple bending. sign convention. principle stresses. fatigue. bending moment and axial force diagrams of cantilever.GANPAT UNIVERSITY U. End Total Grand Total B. curvature relations. simply supported.Tech Semester-III 4 2 6 30 Marks 70 Hrs 3 100 25 25 50 150 1. bar of tapering section. bending and torsional loading. 7. variable loading. Mohr's circle of stress and strain. graphical methods. 2. moment of resistance. relation between elastic constants. bar of varying cross section. stiffness. Simple stresses and strains Concept of stress. Analytical method for principal stress. simple strain. impact etc. 3. circular.

New Delhi. Chakraborti S. B. stability and equilibrium. Strength of materials . Indian standard formula. Mechanics of structure vol I .By M. Junnarkar and H. Practical work: The practical work shall be based on experimental and analytical work on the topics mentioned above and will be defended by the candidates.J. New Delhi. Kataria & Sons. criteria for design of columns. Columns and struts Short column subjected axial forces and bending moments.By S. Structured connections Riveted and welded connections.10.By Timo Shenko CBS Publisher. . Strength of materials . eccentric riveted and welded connections. Anand 2. 4.By S. Shah Charotar publishing house. K. design requirements. 5. Chand & Co. Strength of materials . 11. engineering problems. methods of failure of connections. Strength of materials . Khurmi S. ranking formula. S. Ramamrutham Dhanpat rai & Sons. R EFERENCE BOOKS : 1. 3. long columns.By R.

Examination scheme (Marks) Theory Sem End Practical Total Internal Asses. Transformer : Principle of operation –construction – types . 5. Drives : Factors affecting selection of drives – application of motor for particular drives drives .EMF equation – voltage and current transformation ratio – transformer on no load and on load – phasor diagram – equivalent circuit .characteristics of motors – speed control of series and shunt motors – d-c shunt motor starter. . 3.control equipments – radiant and slot bath heating. Electric welding – Resistance welding – Arc welding – Atomic hydrogen welding – Welding transformer.D-C Machines : Principle of operation – types – construction – winding – EMF equation – characteristics of d-c generators – losses and efficiency – d-c motor operation and types – back EMF – torque . Induction heating – arc furnaces. synchronous motor operation . Heating and Welding : Advantage and methods of electric heating – Resistance heating.synchronous impedance and equivalent circuit – phasor diagram – synchronizing. types and construction – stepper motor.GANPAT UNIVERSITY U. 6. 2.phasor diagram – starting – synchronous condenser.Tech Semester-III 4 2 6 30 Marks 70 Hrs 3 100 25 25 50 150 1.V. Single phase induction motor principle.resistance oven .Patel College of Engineering Department of Marine Engineering 2ME – 303 Electrical Technology Teaching scheme (Hrs) L P Total Internal Asses. 4.types – construction – Torque equation – Torque / slip characteristics – power stages – losses and efficiency – starting of induction motor. Sem. Synchronous Machines : Basic operating principle .construction –EMF equation – winding factor – armature reaction .losses and efficiency – regulation – testing – Auto transformer – CT & PT – Three phase transformer connection. End Total Grand Total B. Induction Motor : Working principle .

L. Gupta (iii) A course in Electrical Power – BY Sony.BY B. O. Theraja (ii) Theory & Performance of Electrical Machines – BY J. Gupta & Bhatnagar (iv) Electrical Power – BY S. L. Taylor .Practical work: The practical work shall be based on experimental and analytical work on the topics mentioned above and will be defended by the candidates. REFERENCE BOOKS : (i) Electrical Technology – Vol – II . Upal (v) Utilization of Electric Energy – BY E. B.

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