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Department of Mechanical

Engineering
B. Tech. in Mechanical
Engineering
Course Outline

The Process

22 weeks in a semester
8 semesters
1 & 2 Semesters common for all branches
3 to 8 Semesters branch specific
Courses that you study:Theory
Laboratory
Electives
Special Topics
Mini Project
Major Project

To secure 176 credits to get a B. Tech degree


Credit loosely may be referred to as number of
hours per week

The Process
Electives:In 5th 6th 7th semesters: 2 electives in each
semester for a total of 6
Concept of specialization: 1 elective option in
each domain
Automotive Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Manufacturing Science
Thermo-Fluids Engineering
Machine Design

to choose at least 4 electives from a single


domain for a B.Tech degree with a specialization
in that domain
Eg., B. Tech in Mechanical Engg with a specialization in
Automotive Engg

The Process
Concept of Minor:Option of securing a B. Tech degree in one branch
with a minor in another branch
To secure an additional 16 credits, i.e., pass
another 4 theory subjects, in another branch

Concept of Vertical Mobility and Prerequisites

How are you assessed?


The Assessment has 2 components:
In Semester Assessment (ISA): 40 % weightage
End Semester Assessment (ESA): 60 % weightage

For example, theory courses are valued for 100 marks and would
have : ISA: 40 marks
ESA: 60marks

ISA: 40 marks, evaluated as follows:


Computer Based Test 1 (CBT1) for 40 marks, reduced to 15 marks
Computer Based Test 2 (CBT2) for 40 marks, reduced to 15 marks
Assignment - 5 marks
Attendance - 5 marks (75 % a must in each course)

ESA: Written Examination for 100 marks, reduced to 60 marks


5 questions of 20 marks each
1 question in each of 5 units
No choice
Double valuation of each script and if the difference between the two
valuations is more than 9 marks then third valuation.
Students allowed to review / photocopy provided / challenge valuation option

Relative Grading

What do you study?

B. Tech 1st 2nd Semesters


Common for all branches
Subjects offered by Department of Mechanical Engineering

Subject

Theory

Labs

Mechanical Engineering Sciences


Computer Aided Engineering Drawing

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


3rd Semester
Subject

Engineering Mathematics III


Material Science and Metallurgy
Theory

Engineering Thermodynamics
Mechanics of Solids
Metal Casting and Welding Processes
Computing Lab for Mechanical Engineers

Labs

Material Characterization and Testing


Laboratory
Metal Casting and Welding Laboratory

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


4th Semester
Subject

Theory

Labs

Linear Algebra and Its Applications


Mechanics of Fluids
Mechanics of Machines and Mechanisms
Measurement Science and Metrology
Engineering Mechanics Dynamics
Computing Aided Machine Drawing I
Fluid
Mechanics
and
Machines
Laboratory
Measurement Science and Metrology
Laboratory

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


5th Semester
Subject

Theory

Labs

Design of Machine Elements - I


Applied Thermodynamics
Metal Cutting and Machining Processes
Elective Group I
Elective Group II
Computer Aided Machine Drawing Advanced
Thermodynamics and IC Engines Laboratory
Machine Shop

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


Electives in 5th Semester
1
2
3
4
5

Electives Group I - 5th


Semester
Aerospace Structures
Turbomachines
Automotive Durability
Robotics
Smart Materials and Technology

Domain
Aerospace
Thermo-Fluids
Automotive
Machine Design
Manufacturing

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


Electives in 5th Semester
Domain

Electives Group II - 5th Semester

1. Thermo-Fluids
2. Aerospace
Aerospace

I C Engines

Principles of Flight

Automotive Transmission

Automotive

Theory of Elasticity
(Prerequisite Course: Mechanics of
Solids 3rd Sem)
Geometric
Dimensioning
and 1.
2.
Tolerancing
3.

Machine Design

Automotive
Machine Design
Manufacturing

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


6th Semester
Subject

Finite Element Methods


Heat Transfer
Theory

Mechanical Vibrations
Elective Group III
Elective Group IV
Dynamics and Design Laboratory

Labs

Heat Transfer Laboratory


CAE/CAM Laboratory

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


Electives in 6th Semester
1
2
3

Electives Group III - 6th


Semester
Elements of Space Technology
Power Plant Engineering
Introduction to Vehicle Dynamics 1.
(Prerequisite
Course: 2.
Engineering Dynamics 4th Sem)
Mechanism Design (Prerequisite
Course: Mechanics of Solids 3rd
Sem)
Composite Materials

Domain
Aerospace
Thermo-Fluids
Automotive
Machine Design
Machine Design

Manufacturing

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


Electives in 6th Semester
Electives Group IV - 5th Semester

Domain

Introduction
to
Gas
Dynamics 1.Aerospace
(Prerequisite Course: Mechanics of 2.Thermo-Fluids
Fluids 4th Sem)

Computational
Fluid
Dynamics
(Prerequisite Course: Mechanics of
Fluids 4th Sem)
Electric Hybrid and Fuel Cell Vehicles

3
4
5

1.Aerospace
2.Thermo-Fluids
3.Automotive
1.Automotive
2.Machine Design
Machine Design
Theory of Plasticity (Prerequisite
Course: Mechanics of Solids 3rd Sem)
Manufacturing
3D Printing Technology

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


7th Semester
Subject

Theory

Labs

Design of Machine Elements II


Control Engineering
Metal Forming Processes
Elective Group V
Elective Group VI
Mechanical Vibration and Control Engineering
Laboratory
Robotics and Automation Laboratory

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


Electives in 7th Semester
1
2
3
4
5

Electives Group V - 7th Semester


Refrigeration and Air conditioning
Introduction to Aerodynamics
Noise Vibration and Harshness
Design of Laminated Composite
Structures
Non Destructive Testing
Electives Group VI - 7th Semester

Domain
Thermo-Fluids
Aerospace
Automotive
Machine Design
Manufacturing
Domain

Electronic Thermo-Fluids

Thermal Management of
Packages and Systems
Jet and Rocket Propulsion

Automotive Electronics

1. Aerospace
2. Thermo-Fluids
Automotive

Fatigue Analysis

Machine Design

Product Design and Manufacturing

Manufacturing

B. Tech Mechanical Engineering


8th Semester
Subject

PW

Theory

Project Work
Product Life Cycle Management