DETAILED SYLLABUS
FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION
Post Graduate Degree Programs
M.Tech.
(Mechanical Fluid)
(SEMESTER SYSTEM)
COURSE TITLE
: M.Tech.
(Mechanical Fluid)
DURATION
: 02 Years (Semester Syste
m)
2
TOTAL DEGREE MARKS
: 1600
FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE TITLE
Paper
Code
MARKS
THEORY
PRACTICAL
TOTAL
APPLIED MATHEMATICS I
MTMFE

110
100
00
100
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN
MECHANICAL ENGINERRING
MTMFE

120
MTMFE

120P
50
50
100
FLUID MECHANICS
MTMFE

13
0
100
00
100
CONDUTION AND RADIATION
MTMFE

140
MTMFE

140P
50
50
100
SECOND SEMESTER
COURSE TITLE
Paper
Code
MARKS
THEORY
PRACTICAL
TOTAL
CONNECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER
AND METHOD
MTMFE

210
MTMFE

210P
50
50
100
GAS DYNAMICS
MTMFE

220
100
100
100
C
OMPUTATIONAL FLUID
DYNAMICS
MTMFE

230
MTMFE

230P
50
50
100
RADIATIVE HEAT TRANSFER
IN PARTICIPATING MEDIA
MTMFE

240
100
00
100
THIRD SEMESTER
COURSE TITLE
Paper
Code
MARKS
THEORY
PRACTICAL
TOTAL
EXPERIMENTAL METHOD IN
MTMFE

310
50
50
100
3
FLUID FLOW AND HEAT
TRANFER
MTMFE

310P
NUMERICAL PREDICTION OF
INDUSTRIAL FLUID FLOWS
MTMFE

320
100
00
100
VISCOUS FLUID FLOW
MTMFE

330
MTMFE

330P
50
50
100
ELECTIVES
MTMFE

340
100
00
100
FOURTH SEMESTER
COURSE TITLE
Paper
Code
MARKS
THEORY
PRACTICAL
TOTAL
PROJECT
MTMFE

410


400
ELECTIVE
(SELECT ANY ONE)
COURSE TITLE
Paper
Code
MARKS
THEORY
PRACTICAL
TOTAL
GAS TURBINE THEORY
E I (1)MTMFE

330
100
00
100
NUMERICAL METHODS
FOR THERMAL
RADIATION HEAT
TRANSFER
E 2 (2)MTMFE

330
100
00
100
SEMESTER

I
MTMFE

110
APPLIED MATHEMATICS
4
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 60Marks
Total Marks
: 100
Continuous Internal Assessment : 40 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions f
or paper

setter
1. Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section
.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one ques
tion each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
Calculus of Functions of One Variable: Successive Differentiation, Leibnitz’s theorem
(without proof). Mean va
lue theorem, Taylor’s theorem, Remainder theorem, symptotes,
Curvature. Infinite Series: Convergence, divergence, Comparison test, Ratio test, Cauchy
Leibnitz’s theorem (without proof), Absolute and Conditional Convergence. Taylor and
Maclaurin series, Po
wer Series, Radius of Convergence.Integral Calculus: Fundamental
theorems, Reduction Formulae, Properties of definite Integral, Applications of length,
area, volume, surface of revolution, moments, center of gravity. Improper integrals,
Beta

Gamma functio
ns, Numerical Integration using Trapezoidal and Simpson’s
rules.Calculus of Functions of Several Variables Partial derivatives, Chain rule,
Differentiation of Implicit functions, Exact differentials. Tangents and Normals.
Maxima, Minima and Saddle points
. Method of Lagrange multipliers. Errors and
Approximations. Differentiation under integral sign Jacobians and transformations of
coordinates. Multiple Integrals

Double and Triple integrals. Applications to areas,
volumes etc.
SECTION B
Ordinary Di
fferential Equations: Formation of ODE’s, definition of order, degree and
solutions. ODE’s of first order: Method of separation of variables, homogeneous and
nonhomogeneous equations, exactness and integrating factor General linear ODE’s of
the nth Orde
r: solution of homogeneous and non homogeneous equations, operator
method, method of undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters. Solutions of
simple simultaneous ODE’s .
SECTION C
Inner product spaces, Matrices and determinates, Linear transfo
rmations. Systems of
linear equations

consistency and inconsistency, Hermitian, Skew

Hermitian Forms,
Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of matrix, diagonalization of a matrix, Cayley

Hamilton
Theorem (without poof) Complex Variables: Curves and Regions in the
Complex Plane,
Complex Functions, Limits, Derivative, Analytic Function, Cauchy

Riemann Equations,
5
Laplace’s Equation, Rational, Exponential, Trigonometric, Hyperbolic Function’s Linear
Fractional Transformations, Conformal Mapping, Complex Line Integral,
Cauchy’s
Integral Theorem, Cauchy’s Integral Formula, Derivatives of Analytic Function, Power
Series, Taylor Series, Laurent Series. Methods for obtaining Power Series, Analyticity at
Infinity, Zeroes, Singularities, Residues, Residue Theorem, Evaluation
of Real Integrals.
MTMFE

120
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN
MECHANICAL ENGINERRING
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
6
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1. Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two quest
ions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to a
ttempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed
.
SECTION A
Theory an
d Experimentation in Engineering : Problem solvingapproaches, Types of
engineering experiments, computersimulation and physical experimentation.
SECTION B
Analysis of Experimental Data : Causes and types of experimental error, Uncertainty
analysis, statis
tical analysis of data, probability distributionsand curve fitting;
Measurement System : Performance characteristics, static performance characteristics
staticcalibration

linearity , static sensitivity , repeatability,hysteresis

threshold

resolution, r
eadability and span; Dynamicperformance characteristics; Input types;
Instrument types

zero order instrument, first order instrument, second order instrument;
Experiment Plans .
SECTION C
Model building; Measurement Methods and Applications : Measuremen
t of force
and torque; Measurement of strain and stress; Measurementof pressure; Flow
measurement and flow visualization;measurement of temperature; optical methods of
measurements;Data Acquisition and Processing : T ypes andconfigurations of DAS,
signal c
onditioning, A/D, D/A conversion;Design, Planning, Execution and Analysis of
experimentalprojects.
REFRENCES
1. Beckwith, Buck, and Marangoni,
Mechanical Measurements
, Narosa Publishing
House, 1995.
2. Doeblin,
Measurement Systems

Application and Desig
n,
4e, McGraw Hill, 1990.
3. Holman,
Experimental Methods for Engineers,
6e, McGraw Hill, 1994.
4. Doeblin,
Engineering Experimentation
, McGraw Hill, 1995.
MTMFE

120
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN
MECHANICA
L ENGINERRING
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
7
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt i
n the theory classes of the
same course i.e. MTMFE

120
MTMFE

130
FLUID MECHANICS
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 60Marks
8
Total Marks
: 100
Continuous Internal Assessm
ent : 40 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1.
Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt a
t least one compulsorily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candid
ates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed.
SECTION A
Fluid kinematics; Integral and differential forms of governing equatio
ns; Mass,
momentum, and energy conservation equations;Navier

Stokes equations and its
applications .
SECTION B
Potential flow; Laminar boundary

layer; Free

shear flows: jet, wake, and mixing layer;
Instability and transition; Turbulent flow.
SECTION C
Co
mpressible flow: Isentropic flow; flow with area change; flow with heat transfer; flow
with friction.
REFRENCES
1. B.R.Munson, D.F.Young and T.H.Okiishi.,
Fundamental of Fluid Mechanics,
John
Wiley and Sons., 1994.
2. P.M.Gerhar, R.J.Gross and J.I.Hochste
in.,
Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
,
Addison

Wesley Publishing Co., 1993
3. H.Schlichting,
Boundary Layer Theory
, Mc

Graw

Hill Series in Mechanical
Engineering, 1979
4. F.M.White,
Fluid Mechanics
, Mc.Graw

Hill International edition., 1994.
5. F.M.White,
V
iscous Fluid Flow,
Mc.Graw

Hill International edition., 1991
MTMFE

140
CONDUCTION AND RADIATION
9
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assess
ment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1. Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates
have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for
candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
Conduction: 1

D, 2

D, and 3

D steady conduction; 1

D
unsteady Conduction.
SECTION B
Solution methods

analytical and numerical; Radiation: Fundamentals; Radiative
properties of surfaces; Radiant exchange betweenSurfaces.
SECTION C
Radiative heat transfer in participating media.
REFRENCES
1. M N Ozisik,
H
eat Conduction
, 2nd ed, John Wiley & Sons, 1993
2. F P Incropera and D P Dewitt,
Introduction to Heat Transfer
, 3rd ed, John W iley &
Sons, 1996
3. V S Arpaci,
Conduction Heat Transfer
, Addison

Wesley, Reading, MA, 1966
4. M F Modest,
Radiative Heat Trans
fer
, McGraw Hill,1993
5. R Siegel and J R Howell,
Thermal Radiation HeatTransfer
, 3rd ed, Taylor &
Francis, 1992
MTMFE

140
CONDUCTION AND RADIATION
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
10
T
otal Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt in the theory classes of the
same course i.e. MTMFE

140
SEMESTER

I
I
MTMFE

210
CONNECTIVE HEAT AND
MASS
TRANSFER
11
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessmen
t : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1. Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates hav
e to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for ca
ndidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
Conservation equations and boundary conditions; One

dime
nsional solutions; Heat
transfer in laminar developed and developing duct flows; Laminar boundary layers:
Similarity and integral solutions.
SECTION A
Turbulence fundamentals and modeling; Heat tranfer in turbulent boundary layers and
turbulent duct flows
;Laminar and turbulent free convection.
SECTION C
Fundamentals of boiling and condensation; Numerical methods.
REFRENCES
1. W. M. Kays and E. M. Crawford,
Convective Heat and Mass Transfer
, Mc Graw
Hill,1993.
2. Louis C Burmeister,
Convective Heat Transf
er
, John Wiley and Sons, 1993.
3. Adrian Bejan,
Convective Heat Transfer,
John Wiley and Sons, 1995.
MTMFE

210
CONNECTIVE HEAT AND
MASS
TRANSFER
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
Uni
versity Examination : 30Marks
12
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt in the theory classes of the
same course i.e. M
TMFE

210
MTMFE

220
GAS DYNAMICS
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 60Marks
13
Total Marks
: 100
Continuous Internal Assessment : 40 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 4
0%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1. Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulso
rily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are requir
ed to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed.
SECTION A
Concepts from thermodynamics; The basic equations of fluid motion; One

dimensional
ga
s dynamics; Isentropic conditions,speed of sound, Mach number, area velocity
relations, normal shock relations for a perfect gas, Fanno and Rayleigh flow, one

dimensional wave motion, the shock tube.
SECTION B
Waves in supesonic flow: oblique shock waves,
supersonic flow over a wedge, Mach
lines, piston analogy, supersonic compression by turning, supersonic expansion by
turning, the Prandtl

Meyer function, reflection and intersection of oblique shocks, Mach
reflection, shock expansion theory, thinaerofoil
theory.
SECTION C
Flow in ducts and wind tunnels: area relation,nozzle flow, normal shock recovery,
effects of second throat, wind tunnel pressure ratio, supersonic wind tunnels; Small
perturbation theory; The method of characteristics; Methods of measur
ement;
Computational aspects: One

dimensional inviscid high speed flow.
REFRENCES
1. H. W. Liepmann and A. Roshko,
Elements of Gas Dynamics,
John Wiley, 1960.
2. J. D. Anderson,
Modern Compressible Flow,
Mc Graw Hill, 1989.
3. B. K. Hodge and C. Koenig,
C
ompressible Fluid Dynamics (with P.C. applications)
,
Prentice Hall, 1995.
4. A. Shapiro,
The Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Compressible Flow,
The
Ronald Press Co., 1954.
MTMFE

230
COMPUTATIONAL FLUID
MECHANICS
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
U
niversity Examination : 30Marks
14
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1. Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely
A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
sh
ort answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt
8 questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
Root finding; Solution of ODEs, Numerical quadratures; Classification of PDEs; Finite
difference discretisation schemes.
SECTION B
Convergence, stability , and consistency criterian of finte diffe
renece schemes.
SECTION C
Finite difference schemes for steadyand unsteady heat conduction problems and
boundary layer problems.
REFRENCES
1. D A Anderson, J C Tannehill, and R H Pletcher,
Computational Fluid Mechanics
and Heat Transfer,
2nd ed, Taylor
& Francis, 1997.
2. Y Jaluria and K E Torrance,
Computational Heat Transfer,
Springer Verlag, 1986.
3. S V Patankar,
Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
, Hemisphere,
1980.
MTMFE

230
COMPUTATIONAL FLUID
MECHANICS
Maxi
mum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
15
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt in the theory
classes of the
same course i.e. MTMFE

230
MTMFE

240
RADIATIVE HEAT TRANS
FER IN
PARTICIPATING MEDIA
16
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination :
60 Marks
Total Marks
: 100
Continuous Internal Assessment : 40 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER

SETTER
1.
Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C, D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C, will cont
ain two questions each of 12 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be short
answer type. Each question will carry 4 marks. Candidates hav
e to attempt 8
questions.
B) INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D
of the question paper and the section E.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed.
SECTION A
Fundamentals of thermal radiation; Review of surface radiation

Radiative properties of
real surfaces, View factors .
SECTION B
Radiative exchange between gray , diffuse surfaces; The equation of radiative heat
transfer in participating media; Radiative p
roperties of molecular gases and particulate
media;Exact solutions of one

dimensional gray media.
SECTION C
Approximate
solution methods for one

dimensional media; Zone method; Spherical harmonics method;
Discrete ordinate method; Discrete transfer metho
d; Monte Carlo method; Finite
volume method. Radiation combined with conduction and convection.
REFRENCES
1. 1. M. F. Modest,
Radiative Heat Transfer
, McGraw

Hill, 1993.
2. R. Siegel and J. R. Howell,
Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer,
3rd ed, Taylor and
Fr
ancis, 1992.
SEMESTER

III
17
MTMFE

310
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
IN
FLUID FLOW AND HEAT
TRANSFER
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
Total Mark
s
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1.
Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each
of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4. Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
Basic Concepts

Definition of Terms, Calibration, Standards, Generalised Measurement
Systems.
SECTION B
Basic Concepts in Dynamic Measurements, System Response; Analysis of Experimental
Data.
SECTION C
Instrumentation for Pressure, Velocity, Flow,Temperature Measureme
nts; Data
Acquisition and Processing.
REFRENCES
1. Goldstein (Editor),
Fluid Mechanics Measurements,
162e, Taylor & Francis, 1996.
2. Beckwith, Buck and Marangoni,
Mechanical Measurements,
Narosa Publishing
House, 1995.
3. Doebelin,
Measurement Systems

A
pplication and Design
, 4e, McGraw Hill, 1990.
4. Holman,
Experimental Methods for Engineers,
6e, McGraw Hill Int Editions, 1994.
MTMFE

310
P
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
IN
FLUID FLOW AND
HEAT TRANSFER
18
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt
in the theory classes of the
same course i.e. MTMFE

310
MTMFE

320
NUMERICAL PREDICTION
OF
INDUSTRIAL FLUID FLO
WS
19
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
Univers
ity Examination : 60Marks
Total Marks
: 100
Continuous Internal Assessment : 40 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1. Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type
. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable sc
ientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
Introduction. What is a prediction method? Brief Outlines of Industrial applications,
Importance of a prediction method, Mathematical description of flow problems
;Discretisation methods in primitive variables, Dif
fusion andConvection, Various
Upwind schemes, Generalized formulation,False Diffusion.
SECTION B
Calculation of the flow field

The SIMPLE algorithm

Staggered grid, Momentum
equation, Pressure and Velocity correction, Pressure correction equation, Sequen
ce of
operation, Discussion of the pressure correction equation, The relative nature of pressure,
A revised algorithm: SIMPLER.
SECTION C
Turbulence modelling

Introduction, Closure problem, Algebraicmodels, Application to
the free shear flows and wall bo
unded flows. Turbulence energy equation models

One
equation model, two equations model, low

Reynolds numbers effects, Second order
closure models

Direct numerical and large eddy simulations;Mini Project on numerical
solution of practical problems.
REFREN
CES
1. S. V. Patankar,
Numerical Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer
, Hemisphere Publishing
Corporation, 1980
2. D. C. Wilcox,
Turbulence Modelling for C.F.D.,
D.C.W.Industries Inc., 1993
MTMFE

330
VISCOUS FLUID FLOW
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
U
niversity Examination : 30Marks
20
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1. Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C an
d D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4.
Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer
type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of
the question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmab
le scientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
Preliminary concepts; Conservation of mass, momentumand energy; Exact solutions of
the viscous flow equations: Couette flows, Poiseuille flow through ducts,unsteady duct
flows.
SECTION B
Laminar boundary

laye
rs: integral analysis and similarity solutions; Laminar free

shear
flows: jet, wake, and plume; Stability of laminar flows;Turbulent flow: fundamentals,
Reynolds

averaged equations, velocity profile in wall

bounded flows.
SECTION C
Turbulent flow in pipes
and channels, turbulent free

shear flows (jet, wake, and plume);
Turbulence modelling: zero, one,and two equation models of turbulence; Numerical
methods.
REFRENCES
1. Frank M White
,
Viscous Fluid Flow
, McGraw

Hill,1991.
2. H Schlichting,
Boundary

Layer
Theory
, McGraw

Hill,1968.
3. F S Sherman,
Viscous Flow
, McGraw

Hill, 1990.
MTMFE

330P
VISCOUS FLUID FLOW
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 30Marks
21
Total Marks
: 50
Continuous Internal Assessm
ent : 20 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt in the theory classes of the
same course i.e. MTMFE

330
E1(1) MTMFE340 GAS TURBINE THEORY
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 60Marks
22
Total Marks
: 100
Continuous Internal Assessment : 40 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
A) Instructions for paper

setter
1.
Nine questions to be set spreading over five sectio
ns namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4. Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt 8
questions.
B) Instructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of the
question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
General Considerations of Turbomachinery: Classification;Euler’s Equation for
Turbomachinery; Velocity triangle; Cascade analysis & nomenclature. Shaft Power &
Aircraft PropulsionCycles.
Centrifugal Compressors.
SECTION B
Workdone and pressure rise; Slip; Compressibility effects; Compressorcharacteristics.
Axial Flow Compressors: Stage pressure rise.Blockage in compressor annulus; Degree of
reaction; 3

D flow; Stage performance; h

s diagr
am & efficiency; Off design erformance;
Performance characteristics; Designprocess. Combustion System. Axial Flow Turbines.
SECTION C
Stage performance; Degree of reaction; h

s diagram & efficiency;Vortex theory; Overall
turbine performance; Performance
characteristics; Blade cooling; Design process.
Prediction of performance of simple gas turbines; Off Design performance; Gas turbine
blade materials; Matching procedure.
REFRENCES
1. H. Cohen,
Gas Turbine Theory,
4th Edition, Longman,1998.
2. S.L.Dixon,
Fluid Mechanics
,
Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery,
4th Edition,
Pergamon Press, 1998.
3. Jack D. Mattingly,
Elements of Gas Turbine Propulsion
, McGraw Hill, Inc., 1996.
3.
Budugur Lakshminarayana,
Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer of
Turbomachinery
, John W
iley & Sons, Inc,1996.
E2(2) MTMFE340
NUMERICAL METHOD FOR THERMAL
RADIATION THEORY
23
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 60Marks
Total Marks
: 100
Continuous Internal Assessment : 40 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
1.
Nine questions to be set spreading over five sections namely A, B, C and D.
2.
Each of the sections A, B, C will contain two questions each of 6 marks.
3.
Candidates have to
attempt at least one compulsorily from each section.
4. Section D will comprise of 12 questions. The nature of the questions will be
short answer type. Each question will carry 2 marks. Candidates have to attempt
8 questions.
B) Ins
tructions for candidates
1.
Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B and C of the
question paper and the section D.
2.
Use of non

programmable scientific calculator is allowed
SECTION A
Conduction and Radiation Fundamentals of the
rmal radiation; Radiative transfer without
participating media; Radiative transfer with participating
SECTION B
Governing equations in radiative transfer analysis with participating media; Methods for
solving radiative transfer problems

analytic method
, Monte Carlo method, zonal
method, flux method, P

N approximation, discrete ordinate method, finite element
method.
SECTION C
Discrete transfer method, finite volumet method, collapsed dimension method.
Application of numerical methods for solving conjug
ate radiation,
conduction and/or convection problems in 1

D and 2

D Cartesian
and axi

symmetric geometry.
REFRENCES
1. R. Siegel and J. R. Howell,
Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer
, 3rd edition, Taylor
and Francis, 1992.
2. M. F. Modest,
Radiative Heat Tran
sfer
, McGraw Hill,1993.
3. M. N. Ozisik,
Radiative Transfer and Interactions with Conduction and
Convection
, John Wiley & Sons, 1973.
SEMESTER

IV
MTMFE

410
PROJECT
24
Maximum Time
: 3 Hrs.
University Examination : 240
Marks
Total Marks
: 400
Continuous Internal Assessment : 160 Marks
Minimum Pass Marks : 40%
1.
Students are supposed to spend 200

250 hours on the project. The internal teacher
must monitor progress of the project. Students can arrange the projec
t at their own
level, however, Institute can also assist in getting the project and can issue necessary
letters etc.
2.
The external examiner will distribute marks allocated for University examination for
viva/project report and for other activity, which the
external examiner thinks to be
proper.
Maximum Marks for the project
60%
Max marks for viva
40%
3. Joint projects will be allowed and joint project reports will also be accepted. The
students should highlight their contributi
ons in a joint project report.
4. The students have to submit two copies of project. The examiners will evaluate these
reports on the spot at the time of examination and will conduct the viva.
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