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MECHATRONICS TECHNOLOGY


THIRD SEMESTER
(92)

Sl.
No

Subject
code






Name of the subject




T P C


MARKS


Theory


Practical


Total

Cont.
assess

Final
exam.

Cont.
assess

Final
exa
m.

1.


6841

Digital Electronics

3

3

4

30

120

30

20

200

2.


5931

Math
-
III

3

3

4

30

120

50

-

200

3.


5922

Physics
-
II

3

3

4

30

120

25

25

200

4.


9231

Electronics Workshop

2

6

4

20

80

50

50

200

5.


5711

Bangla

2

2

3

20

80

50

-

150

6.


5821


Social Science
-
II

2

0

2

20

80

-

-

100

7.


6632

Computer Application
-
II

0

6

2

-

-

50

50

100


Total

15

23

23

150

600

240

160

1150





MECHATRONICS TECHNOLOGY

FOURTH SEMESTER
(92)






Sl.
No

Subject
code






Name of the subject




T P C


MARKS


Theory


Practical


Total

Cont.
assess

Final
exam.

Cont.
assess

Final
exam.

1.


7142

Engineering Mechanics

3

3

4

30

120

25

25

200

2.


6745

Electric Circuit & Machines

2

3

3

20

80

25

25

200

3.


684
0

Industrial

Power EnT

3

3

4

30

120

25

25

200

4.


6643

Programming Language

2

3

3

20

80

25

25

150

5.


7042

Machine Shop Practice

1

6

3

10

40

50

50

150

6.


9241

Thermal Engineering

2

3

3

20

80

25

25

150

7.


1012

Engineering Materials

2

3

3

20

80

25

25

150


Total

16

24

24

160

640

200

20
0

1200


2


7142



ENGINEERING MECHANICS















T

P

C










2

3

3


AIMS


To provide the students with an opportunity to acquire knowledge, skill and attitude in
the area of engineering mechanics with special emphasis on:




force system, moment and couple



center of gravity



moment of inertia



friction



stress & strain



Torsion



shear force & bending moment



work, power and energy



simple lifting machines and gear train


SHORT DESCRIPTION


Force system, Moment and couple, Center of gravity & centroid, Moment of
in
ertia, Friction, Stress & strain, Torsion, Shear force and beading moment,
Work, power & energy, Simple lifting machines and Gear train.


DETAIL DESCRIPTION


Theory

:



FORCE SYSTEM


1

Understand the composition and resolution of forces.


1.1

State the effect

of forces.

1.2

Mention the characteristics of forces.

1.3

Learn the laws of forces.

1.4

Define resolution of forces.

1.5

Define resultant force and composition of forces.

1.6

Find the resultant force graphically and analytically.

1.7

Solve problems related to resultant forces.




MOMENT AND COUPLE


2

Understand the aspects of moment and couple of forces.

2.1

Define moment and couple of a force.

2.2

Represent the moment of a force geometrically.

2.3

State the laws of moments.

2.4

State the Varignon’s principles of moments.

2.5

Proof the Varignon’s prin
ciples of moments

2.6

Identify the clockwise and anticlockwise moment.

2.7

Distinguish between clockwise couple and antniclockwise couple.


3

2.8

Define leverage functions.

2.9

Solve problems related to moment and couple of forces.



3

Understand the aspects of equilibrium of
forces.


3.1

Mention different system of forces.

3.2

Mention the various types of equilibrium of forces.

3.3

State the principles of equilibrium of forces.

3.4

State the Lami’s theorem.

3.5

Express the derivation of Lami’s theorem.

3.6

Describe different methods of the equilibriu
m of coplanar forces.

3.7

Explain the conditions of equilibrium.

3.8

Solve problems related to equilibrium of forces.


CENTER OF GRAVITY


4

Understand the concept of center of gravity.


4.1

Define center of gravity and centroid.

4.2

Distinguish between center of gravity and

centroid.

4.3

Determine the center of gravity of simple geometrical figure geometrically
and by integration.

4.4

Identify the axis of reference and axis of symmetry.

4.5

Determine the center of gravity of plain geometrical figure by first principle
of moments.

4.6

Calcul
ate the center of gravity of compound geometrical figure or areas
by moments.

4.7

Calculate the center of gravity of solid bodies.


MOMENT OF INERTIA


5

Understand the application of moment of inertia.


5.1

Explain the term moment of inertia.

5.2

Mention the units of mo
ment of inertia.

5.3

Express the derivation of the formulae for moment of inertia of an area.

5.4

Explain polar moment of inertia.

5.5

Describe the methods for finding out the moment of inertia.

5.6

Find the moment of inertia of a simple areas by integration.

5.7

State the th
eorem of perpendicular axis as applied to moment of inertia.

5.8

Proof the theorem of perpendicular as applied to moment of inertia.

5.9

State the parallel axis theorem.

5.10

Explain the radius of gyration and section modulus.

5.11

Calculate the moment of inertia and secti
on modulus of simple solid
bodies and composite sections.




FRICTION


6

Understand the principles and application of friction.

6.1

Define friction.

6.2

State the laws of static and dynamic friction.

6.3

Explain coefficient of friction.


4

6.4

Determine the frictional force of

a body lying on horizontal and inclined
plane.

6.5

Identify the ladder and wedge friction.

6.6

Describe the screw friction.

6.7

Solve problems on wedge and ladder friction.


STRESS AND STRAIN


7.

Understand the aspect of stress and strain.


7.1

Define stress, strain, mod
ulus of elasticity, modulus of rigidity, Bulk
modulus, Poison’s ratio and principle of shear stress.

7.2

Establish the relation between stress and strain.

7.3

Explain the stress in composite bar, stress in nuts and bolts, and thermal
stress.

7.4

Describe the linear an
d lateral strain.

7.5

Explain the stress
-
strain diagram.

7.6

Solve problems on stress and strain.


8
.

Understand the effects of torsion of solid and hollow shafts.

8.1

Explain torsion and torsion shear.

8.2

Deduce the equations used incase of designing solid and hollow sh
afts.

8.3

Deduce the equations of twist angle.

8.4

Solve problems using the equation of solid, hollow shafts and twist angle.


SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT


9.

Understand the fundamentals of shear force and bending moment.


9.1

Define beam.

9.2

Identify the types of bea
m.

9.3

Identify the types of loading on beam.

9.4

Determine the support reactions of different types of beam under different
loading conditions.

9.5

Define shear force (SF) and bending moment (BM).

9.6

Differentiate shear force (SF) and bending moment (BM).

9.7

Explain the si
gn convention and characteristics of S.F and B.M diagram.

9.8

Draw S.F and B.M diagram of simple supported beams with point load
and distributed load.

9.9

Draw S.F and B.M diagram of cantilever beams with point load and
distributed load.


10.

Understand the aspect
s of work, power and energy.


10.1

Define work, power and energy.

10.2

Explain the work done in rotation.

10.3

Mention the types of engine power.

10.4

State the meaning of the engine efficiency.

10.5

Mention the types of energy.

10.6

Express the derivation of the equation of kinetic en
ergy.

10.7

Solve problems related to work, power and energy.


SIMPLE LIFTING MACHINES



5

11.

Understand the principles of simple machines.

11.1

State the meaning of simple machine, compound machine and ideal
machine.

11.2

Define the terms velocity ratio, mechanical advanta
ge and efficiency of a
machine.

11.3

Relate between efficiency, mechanical advantage and velocity ratio of
lifting machine.

11.4

State the law of the machine.

11.5

Explain the reversibility of a machine and self locking machine.

11.6

Solve problems involving velocity ratio, m
echanical advantage and
efficiency of simple lifting machines.


12.

Understand the various aspects of gear trains.


12.1

State what is meant by gear.

12.2

Identify the types of gears.

12.3

Identify the simple gear drive.

12.4

Express the derivation of the equation of velocity

ratio of simple gear
drive.

12.5

Identify the compound gear drive and gear train.

12.6

Identify the equation of power transmitted by simple and compound train.

12.7

Identify the epicyclic gear train.

12.8

Express the derivation of the velocity ratio of an epicylic gear train
.

12.9

Solve problems related to gear trains.


Practical

:




1

Verify the triangle law of forces.

2

Verify the polygon law of forces.

3

Show the resultant of forces by using the force board.

4

Proof Lami’s theorem by using the force board.

5

Determine the coefficient of

friction of timber, concrete and mild steel.

6

Determine the tensile stress
-
strain by testing a mild steel specimen (also draw
stress
-
strain diagram).

7

Determine the compressive stress of a timber specimen.

8

Determine the mechanical advantage of a screw jack.

9

Determine the center of gravity of a wooden block.

10

Determine the reaction of beam by using spring balance.


REFERENCE BOOKS


1

Structural Mechanics



W. Morgan and D.T Williams

2

Structure Mechanics



Singer/Popov

3

Applied Mechanics



R. S. Khurmi

4

Mechan
ics of Materials



Philip Guatave Laurson

Williams Junkin Cox.

5

Analytical Mechanics



Virgil Moring Faires


6

6

Vector mechanics for engineers


-

Beer and Johnston.

7

Engineering mechanics





-

P. L. Ballaney.
































6745

ELECT
RICAL CIRCUITS AND MACHINES

T

P

C

2

3

3


AIMS



To provide understanding and skill on AC circuits.



To develop concept on polyphase system.



To familiarize with the construction and operating principle of transformer.



To develop understanding on the princip
les of DC motor.



To develop knowledge and skill on 3
-
phase and 1
-
phase induction motor.



To develop understanding on the principle of synchronous motor.

SHORT DESCRIPTION

Complex algebra


application to AC circuits; RLC series and parallel circuits; Polyp
hase
system; Star and delta connection; Transformer; Rotating electrical machines; DC motor; 3
-
phase
induction motor; 1
-
phase induction motor; Synchronous motor

and stepper motor
.


7

DETAIL DESCRIPTION



Theory

:



1

Apply the Principle of Vector and Vector Q
uantities
.

1.1

Define Vector Quantities
.

1.2

Explain the Vector representation of alternating voltage and current
.

1.3

Explain the Vector in polar and rectangular form
.

1.4

Formulate the relation between Vectors Expressed in rectangular and polar co
-
ordinate
.

1.5

Solve proble
ms related to

Vector sum and difference, multiplication and division
.



2

Apply the concept of AC series circuit containing resistor, Inductor and Capacitor
.

2.1 Draw the circuit
containing

resistor, Inductor

and Capacit
or
.

2.2


Draw the Vector diagram RLC
series circuit.

2.3 Compute the results of RLC series circuit in cartesian form and polar form notation.

2.4 Solve problems of RLC series circuit in rectangular co
-
ordinate system and polar co
-
ordinate system.

2.5 Draw the circuit containing resistor, Indu
ctor and Capacitor In parallel.

2.6 Draw the Vector diagram of RLC parallel circuit.

2.7 compute the results of parallel AC circuit in cartesian form and polar form notation.

2.8 Solve problems on parallel Ac circuit in cartesian form and polar form notat
ion.


3

Understand the application of complex algebra for power calculation.

3.1

Calculate power employing complex form.

3.2

Calculate VAR employing complex form.

3.3

Describe the conjugate method of calculating real power.

3.4

Describe the conjugate method of calculating r
eactive power.



POLYPHASE SYSTEM

4

Understand the concept of poly
-
phase system.

4.1

State the term poly
-
phase system.

4.2

List the advantages of poly
-
phase system over single phase system.

4.3

State the generation of poly
-
phase emf.

4.4

Sketch the phase voltage wave diagra
m.

4.5

Identify the phase sequence of poly
-
phase system.

4.6

State the effects of reverse phase sequence.

4.7

Explain the methods of checking phase sequence.

4.8

Sketch the phase sequence diagram of 3
-
phase voltage.


5

Apply the concept of polyphase for interconnection.

5.1

Wri
te down possible ways of interconnection of three phase system.

5.2

Draw the circuit diagram of star connected 3
-
phase, 3
-
wire system.

5.3

List the application of 3
-
phase, 3
-
wire, star connected system.

5.4

Sketch 3
-
phase, 4
-
wire, star connection system.

5.5

List applicat
ion of 3
-
phase, 4
-
wire star connection system.

5.6

Draw the vector diagram of 3
-
phase, 4
-
wire, star connection system.

5.7

Interpret the relation between line and phase voltage and current in a balanced 3
-
phase, 3
-
wire, star connection system.


8

5.8

Simplify the relatio
n between line and phase voltage and current in a balanced 3
-
phase, 4
-
wire star connection system.


6

Understand the function of 3
-
phase star connection system.


6.1

Define Balance and Unbalance System

6.2

Identify neutral wire in a 3
-
phase star connection system.

6.3

Evaluate the current in the neutral wire in an unbalanced 3
-
phase, 4
-
wire, star
connected system.

6.4

Draw the phasor diagram of 3
-
phase, 4
-
wire star connected system.

6.5

Discuss the formula I
L

= I
P

and V
L

=
3
V
p

6.6

Calculate volt
-
ampere, power

and power factor in a balanced 3
-
phase, 4
-
wire
star connected system.

6.7

Solve problems on star connected (balanced and unbalanced) power system.


7

Understand the features of 3
-
phase delta connection system.

7.1

Draw the circuit diagram of a 3
-
phase delta co
nnected system.

7.2

Draw the phasor diagram of delta connected system.

7.3

Express the deduction of the formula V
L

= V
P

and I
L

=
3
I
P
for connected
system.

7.4

Simplify the relation between line and phase current & voltage in a balanced
delta con
nected system.

7.5

Calculate the volt
-
ampere, power and power factor in a balanced 3
-
phase, delta
connected system.

7.6

Solve problems on delta connected balanced system.

7.7

Compare the advantages of star connected system with those of delta connected
system.


TRANSF
ORMER

8

Understand the principle of operation of transformer.

8.1

Define transformer.

8.2

Explain the working principle of transformer.

8.3

Explain the emf equation of a transformer.

8.4

Explain no load operation of transformer.

8.5

Explain operation of transformer at load
condition.

8.6

Solve problems related.


9

Understand the constructional features of transformer.

9.1

Describe the constructional features of transformer.

9.2

Identify different types of transformer.

9.3

List the uses of transformer.

9.4

Explain transformation ratio (voltage, cu
rrent and turns).

9.5

Solve problems on transformation ratio.


10

Understand the concept of losses, efficiency and voltage regulation of transformer.

10.1

Explain different losses in transformer.

10.2

Explain the factors affecting core loss and copper loss.

10.3

Explain the equ
ation for maximum efficiency.

10.4

Explain the open circuit test and short circuit test of a transfoer.

10.5

Solve problems on efficiency and maximum efficiency.

10.6

Explain the equation for voltage regulation of transformer.

10.7

Solve problems on voltage regulation of tran
sformer.


9


DC MOTOR

11

U
nderstand the principle of DC motor.

11.1

Explain the working principle of DC motor.

11.2

Explain generator action of motor.

11.3

Explain the term torque, running torque and break down torque.

11.4

Explain the torque equation of motor.

11.5

Describe the constru
ctional features of DC motor.

11.6

Explain the function of commutator.



12

Understand the characteristics of DC motor.

12.1

Identify different types of DC motor.

12.2

Explain the performance characteristics of different types of DC motor.

12.3

Describe starting methods of DC mo
tor.

12.4

Describe speed control of DC motor.


INDUCTION MOTOR

13

Understand the principle of induction motor.

13.1

Explain the general principle of induction motor.

13.2

Distinguish between the principles of induction motor and conduction motor.

13.3

Define sleep and sleep spee
d.

13.4

Identify the types of induction motor.

13.5

List the uses of induction motor.


THREE
-
PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR

14

Understand the working principle of 3
-
phase induction motor.

14.1

Explain the construction of 3
-
phase induction motor.

14.2

Explain the construction of
a 3 phase

squirrel case induction motor.

14.3

Explain the construction of

a 3 phase

wound rotor induction motor.

14.4

State the production of rotating magnetic field in a 3
-
phase induction motor.

14.5

Describe the methods of starting 3
-
phase induction motor.

14.6

State the principles

of speed control of 3
-
phase induction motor.


SINGLE
-
PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR

15

Understand the working principle of 1
-
phase induction motor.

15.1

Explain working principle of 1
-
phase induction motor.

15.2

Explain the self starting method of single phase motor.

15.3

Describe
the principles of operation of standard split phase motor.

15.4

Describe the principles of operation of capacitor motor.

15.5

Describe the principles of operation of shaded pole motor and repulsion motor.

15.6

Identify hysteresis motor, universal motor, reluctance motor
and AC series
motor.

15.7

Mention the methods of speed control of single phase induction motor.



SPECIAL

MOTOR
S

16

Understand the working principle of synchronous motor

and Stepper motor
.

16.1

Explain the principle of operation of synchronous motor.

16.2

Describe the const
ructional features of synchronous motor.

16.3

Describe the starting methods of synchronous motor.


10

16.4

Explain
the working principle of stepper motor.

16.5

List the
different types of stepper motor
.

16.6

Describe

construction of different stepper

motor
s
.



Practical

:


1

Determ
ine the value of resistance, inductance & capacitance and draw vector
diagram of RLC series circuit.

1.1

Sketch the circuit diagram for RLC series circuit.

1.2

Select equipment, tools & materials for the experiment.

1.3

Connect the circuit according to the circuit
diagram.

1.4

Check all connection points before energizing the circuit.

1.5

Record the readings from the meter connecting power supply to the circuit.

1.6

Find the values of resistance, inductance, capacitance and phase angle from the
relevant data.

1.7

Verify the impre
ssed voltage is equal to the vector sum of voltage drops in each
parameter.

1.8

Sketch the vector diagram with the help of relevant data as obtained.


2

Determine the values of resistance, inductance, capacitance and draw the vector
diagram of RLC parallel cir
cuit.

2.1

Sketch the circuit diagram for RLC parallel circuit.

2.2

Select equipment, tools & materials for the experiment.

2.3

Connect the circuit according to the circuit diagram.

2.4

Check all connection points before energize the circuit.

2.5

Record the readings from th
e meter connecting power supply to the circuit.

2.6

Find the value of resistance, inductance, capacitance and phase angle from the
relevant data.

2.7

Verify the line current is equal to the vector sum of branch currents.

2.8

Sketch the vector diagram with the releva
nt data as obtained.


3

Demonstrate poly
-
phase power system and identify phase sequence.

3.1

Sketch the circuit diagram of a poly
-
phase power system showing phase
sequence.

3.2

Select equipment, tools & materials for the experiment.

3.3

Study and connect the poly
-
phase

system.

3.4

Observe the voltages by voltmeter.

3.5

Observe the phase voltages by oscilloscope.

3.6

Compute phase sequence.


4

Measure line and phase voltage & current in a 3
-
phase star connected inductive
load.

4.1

Sketch the circuit diagram for 3
-
phase star connected load
.

4.2

Select equipment, tools & materials for the experiment.

4.3

Connect the circuit according to the circuit diagram

4.4

Check all connection points before connecting power supply.

4.5

Record the readings of instruments.

4.6

Compare the recorded values with calculated value
s.

4.7

Note down the observations remarks.



11

5

Measure line and phase current & voltage in 3
-
phase delta connected inductive load.

5.1

Sketch the circuit diagram for 3
-
phase delta connected load.

5.2

Select equipment, tools & materials for the experiment.

5.3

Connect the cir
cuit according to the circuit diagram.

5.4

Check all connection points before connecting power supply.

5.5

Record the readings of the instruments.

5.6

Compare the recorded values with calculated values.

5.7

Note down the observations.


6

Measure current, voltage and power i
n a balanced 3
-
phase star connected inductive
load and construction of vector diagram.

6.1

Sketch the circuit diagram for measuring power by 3 watt meters of a 3
-
phase
system.

6.2

Select equipment, tools & materials for the experiment.

6.3

Connect the circuit accordin
g to the circuit diagram.

6.4

Check all connection points and equipment & instruments before actual
operation.

6.5

Record the readings from the meters in the circuit.

6.6

Calculate the power from the formula

P
t

= W
1

+ W
2

+ W
3

and 3V
p
I
p

Cos


6.7

Draw the vector diagram us
ing relevant data as obtained.

6.8

Note down the observations.


7

Measure current, voltage and power in a balanced 3
-
phase delta

connected
inductive load and construction of vector diagram.

7.1

Draw the circuit diagram for measuring power by 3
-
watt meter method of 3
-
phase delta connected load.

7.2

Select equipment, tools & materials for the experiment.

7.3

Connect the circuit according to the circuit diagram.

7.4

Check all connections, equipment and instruments before actual operation.

7.5

Record the reading from the meters used in
the circuit.

7.6

Calculate the power from the formula


P
t

= W
1

+ W
2

+ W
3

and P
t

=
3
V
IL
L
LI

Cos


7.7

Draw the vector diagram using obtained data.

7.8

Note down the observations.


8

Find the transformation ratio of a transformer.

8.1

Develop a circuit to

perform the experiment.

8.2

Select required equipment and materials.

8.3

Connect the components according to the circuit diagram.

8.4

Check the connections.

8.5

Record the primary (E
P
) and secondary (E
S
) voltages.

8.6

Calculate the transformation ratio using the relation

E
S
E
P

=
N
S
N
P

= K

8.7

Note down the observations.


9

Perform open circuit test of a single phase transformer.

9.1

Select the circuit diagram for the experiment.

9.2

Select required, equipment, tools and materials.


12

9.3

Connect all the equipment according t
o the circuit diagram.

9.4

Connect the low side to its rated voltage to the power supply keeping high side
open.

9.5

Record instrument readings.

9.6

Calculate required data.

9.7

Draw no load vector diagram with the data obtained.

9.8

Note down the observations.


10


Perform shor
t circuit test of a single phase transformer.

10.1

Select the required circuit diagram for the experiment.

10.2

Select required, equipment, tools and materials.

10.3

Connect the equipment according to the circuit diagram.

10.4

Energize the circuit by applying reduced voltage
.

10.5

Record copper loss and calculate R

e

, X

e

and Z

e
.

10.6

Note down the observations.


11


Construct load versus speed characteristic curve of DC shunt motor.

11.1

Draw the required circuit diagram for the experiment.

11.2

Select the instrument and materials required.

11.3

Conn
ect all the instrument’s according to diagram.

11.4

Take the necessary data from the connected instruments.

11.5

Draw the required curve.

11.6

Note down the observations.


12


Study the components/parts of a 3
-
phase induction motor.

12.1

Prepare a list of the parts of a 3
-
phase

induction motor.

12.2

Dismantle the components/parts of the motor.

12.3

Develop sketches of each part.

12.4

Sketch the developed diagram of the windings of the motor.

12.5

Assemble the dismantled parts.

12.6

Note down the observations.


13


Operate a 3
-
phase induction motor.

13.1

Sketch
the circuit diagram.

13.2

Select required, equipment, tools and materials.

13.3

Connect starter with motor.

13.4

Connect power supply to the circuit.

13.5

Observe the operation.

13.6

Measure the speed of the rotor.

13.7

Note down the observations.


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Start a 1
-
phase capacitor type moto
r/ceiling fan with regulator.

14.1

Select the equipment and tools required for the experiment.

14.2

Sketch a working diagram.

14.3

Identify the two sets of coils.

14.4

Connect the capacitor with the proper set of coil.

14.5

Connect power supply to the fan motor.

14.6

Test the rotation
of the motor opposite direction by changing the capacitor
connection.

14.7

Note down the observations.



13

15


Operate a synchronous motor by changing field excitation.

15.1

Select required equipment, tools, machine and materials.

15.2

Sketch the circuit diagram.

15.3

Connect the i
nstrument according to the diagram.

15.4

Check the circuit.

15.5

Change the field excitation.

15.6

Record armature and field current.

15.7

Draw the ‘V’ curve.

15.8

Note down the observations.


REFERENCE BOOKS

1.

Electrical Technology



B. L. Theraja

2.

Electrical Machine




Sisk
ind





















Code


Industrial

Power

electronics
-

T

P

C

684
0



3

3

4


AIMS


To provide the students with an opportunity to acquire knowledge, skill and attitude in the area of power
and industrial electronics with special emphasis on




Pow
er semiconductor diode.



Thyristor (SCR, DIAC, TRIAC)



Semiconductor photo devices.



Power suppliers



Power switching devices



Power Drive electronic control Ckts



Operational amplifier



Multivibrator, timer



Inverter, converter, chopper



High frequency Heating

& Resistance welding



Programmable logic Controllers.


14


SHORT DESCRIPTION


Power semiconductor diode, Thyristor (SCR, DIAC, TRIAC), Semiconductor photo devices, Power
suppliers, Power switching devices, Power Drive electronic control Ckts, Operational amp
lifier,
Multivibrator, timer, Inverter, converter, chopper, High frequency Heating & Resistance welding,
Programmable logic Controllers.



DETALS DESCRIPTION


Theory:


INDUSTRIAL & POWER ELECTRONICS


1

Understand the scope of power and industrial electro
nics

related to industry.

1.1


identify the scope of industrial electronics and power

electronics

1.2


List the types and application of industrial and power

electronics circuits.

1.3


Mention the control characteristics of power electron
ics .

1.4


Mention the rating of power semiconductor devices.

1.5


Mention the need of cooling system and heat sinks in power

electronic devices in
industrial sector.






POWER SEMICONDOCTOR DIODES


2

Understand the characteristics of semicon
ductor diodes in power electronics.


2.1

Identify the types & application of power semiconductor diode.

2.2

Mention the reverse recovery, reveres breakdown and switching



characteristics of power semiconductor diode.

2.3

Mention the V
-
I characteristics of series conducted & parallel



conducted diodes.

2.4

Describe the principle of operation of photo diode and photo


transistor switching
circuit.


THYRISTOR

3

Understand the features of silicon controlled rectif
ier.

3.1

Describe the construction of silicon controlled rectifier (SCR) with two transistor
equivalent circuit.

3.2

Describe the basic operation of silicon contro
lled rectifier (SCR) with

two
transistor
equivalent circuit.

3.3

Explain the v
-
i characteris
tics of SCR.

3.4

List the application of SCR in AC power control circuit.


4

Understand the features of diac and triac.

4.1

Define diac and triac.

4.2

Describe the construction of diac and triac.


15

4.3

Describe the operation of diac and triac.

4.4

Mention th
e v
-
i characteristics of diac and triac.

4.5

Explain the operation of triac/diac single phase lamp dimming and

universal motor
speed control circuits.

4.6

List a range of typical AC and DC control applications of thyristors,

triacs

and
diacs.


SEMI COND
UCTOR PHOTO DEVICES

5

Understand the features of photo resistors, photo diodes and photo


transistors.

5.1

Describe the basic structure of photo resistors, photo diodes and

photo

transistors.

5.2

Mention the operating principles of photo resistors, photo

diodes and

photo

transistors.

5.3

Draw the v
-
i characteristics of photo resistors, photo diodes and

photo

transistors.

5.4

List typical applications of photo resistors, photo diodes and photo

transistors.

5.5

Explain the operation of photo detectors
in speed measuring

systems.

5.6

Explain the operation of photo resistor/transistor switching circuit.


POWER SUPPLIES.


6

Understand the features of Power Supplies.


6.1

Describe principle of operation of switched mode DC power supplies.

6.2

Classify swi
tched
-
Mode DC & AC power supplies

6.3

Mention the differences between resonant DC power supplies & resonant AC power
supplies.

6.4

Describe the line regulation and source regulation

6.5

Describe the operation of Half wave voltage doublers

6.6

Describe t
he operation of full wave voltage doublers.


6.7

Describe the operation of voltage Tripler & quadrupler circuit.



POWER SWITCHING DEVICES


7

Understand the features of power switching devices.


7.1

Describe the performance, application and necessity of p
ower



switching
devices

7.2

Explain the construction of GTO,IGBT,

ETO, MTO, RCT,
BCT,

MCT,FCT,SIT,SITH and LASCR.

7.3

State the principles of operation of GTO,IGBT, MTO, RCT, BCT,

MCT,FCT,SIT,SITH and LASCR.

7.4

Mention
the V
-
I characteristics of GTO,IGBT,

MTO, RCT,
BCT,

MCT,FCT,SIT,SITH and LASCR.





16





POWER DRIVE CONTROL CIRCUITS


D.C DRIVES


8

Understand control of D.C Drives.



8.1

Understand the terms used in electric drives.


8.2

State the basic dc Ma
chine equation.

8.3


Classify D.C drives & Describe Semiconductor drives for d.c

motors.

8.4 Describe Phase Locked Loop(PLL) control of D.C

drives.


A.C DRIVES


9

Understand control of a.c Drives.


9.1

Understand

the basic principle of induction motor.

9.2

Torque
-
Speed characteristics of induction motor.

9.3

Understand synchronous motor drives.


STEPPER MOTOR.


10

Understand the features of stepper motor.

10.1

Define stepper motor.

10.2

Describe different types of

stepper motor.

10.3

Describe the excitation procedure of stepper motor.

10.4

Describe the control of stepper motor.


IC, TIMER, MULTIVIVRATOR & PROTECTIVE DEVICES


11

Understand the features of IC, timer & protective devices


11.1

Define timer circuit
& protective circuit use the industrial


protection

11.2

Describe the principle of operation of thermal timer, electro



mechanical timer
and electronic timer.

11.3

Describe the basic concept of transistor timer with

relay load control.

11.4

Understand the features of 555 timer IC

11.5

Define multivibrator.


11.6

Explain the operation of collector coupled astable, monostable and

bistable
multivibrator circuits.

11.7

Explain the triggering techniques for

bistable multivibrator circuit.


11.8

Describe cooling and heat sinks as protective devices.



OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER


12

Understand the features of basic operational amplifier circuits.


12.1

Mention the characteristics of an “ideal” op
-
Amp.

12.2

Exp
lain the pin diagram of the most popular Op
-
Amps.

12.3

Explain the operation of Op
-
Amps.

12.4

Mention the “golden rules” of operational amplifier behavior.

12.5

Explain the operation of the following Op
-
Amp circuits:


a)

Inverting


17


b)

Non
-
inverting


c)

Summing


d)

Buffer


e)

differential amplifier

f)

Integrator

g)


Differentiator



INVERTER, CONVERTER, & CHOPPER CKT


13

Understand the operation of inverter, converter & chopper ckt

13.1

Explain the principle of operation of single and three p
hase inverter.

13.2

Mention the basic principle of series and parallel commuted inverter.

13.3

Explain the principle of operation of single and three phase converter, single phase dual
converter and cycloconverter

13.4

Explain the principle operation of
following types of choppers: (a) step up and step down
dc chopper (b) impulse commuted chopper (c) Reversible chopper


HIGH FREQUENCY HEATING AND RESISTANCE WELDING.


14

Understand the features of high frequency heating and resistance wielding.

`14.1

Sta
te the basic principle, applications and merits of induction heating

14.2

State the basic theory, principle & application of dielectric heating.

14.3

Difference between induction heating and dielectric heating.

14.4

Mention the basic principle, classific
ation & application of resistance welding.

14.5

Describe the control technique in resistance welding by a sequence timer.









Practical :



1.

Determine the v
-
I characteristics of series/parallel connected diodes.

1.1

Select a ckt diagram for series and pa
rallel connected diodes

1.2

Select necessary component

1.3

Complete3 the ckt.

1.4

Put the input into the ckt.

1.5

Observe & record the data of voltase & current of output waveshape.

1.6

Draw the V
-
I Characterteristics curve on a graph paper.



2.

Determine the v
-
I charac
teristics of GTO/IGBT.

2.1

Select a ckt diagram for series and parallel connected diodes

2.2

Select necessary component

2.3

Complete3 the ckt.

2.4

Put the input into the ckt.

2.5

Observe & record the data of voltase & current of output waveshape.

2.6

Draw the V
-
I Characterteri
stics curve on a graph paper.



3.

Determine the v
-
I characteristics of MCT/FCT.



18

3.1

Select a ckt diagram for series and parallel connected diodes

3.2

Select necessary component

3.3

Complete3 the ckt.

3.4

Put the input into the ckt.

3.5

Observe & record the data of voltase
& current of output waveshape.

3.6

Draw the V
-
I Characterteristics curve on a graph paper.


4.

Construct a commercially used inverter circuit.


4.1

Select the required equipment, tools and materials.

4.2

Build up the circuit.

4.3

Check the connections.

4.4

Switch on the power s
upply.

4.5

Verify the characteristics of inverter.



5.

Study the operation of converter circuit.


5.1

Select a ckt diagram for series and parallel connected diodes

5.2

Select necessary component

5.3

Complete3 the ckt.

5.4

Put the input into the ckt.

5.5

Observe & record the dat
a of voltage & current of output wave shape.

5.6

Draw the V
-
I Characteristics curve on a graph paper.


6

Study the operation of series and parallel connected diodes

circuit


6.1


Select a ckt diagram for series and parallel connected

dio
des

6.2

Select necessary component

6.3

Complete the ckt.

6.4

Put the input into the ckt.

6.5

Observe & record the data of voltage & current of output

wave shape.

6.6

Draw the V
-
I Characteristics curve on a graph paper.


7

Construct the 555 timer circuit.


7.
1

Use a 555 timer IC data sheet to identify pin connections
.

7.2

Prepare both astable and monstable circuits.

7.3

Test both astable and monstable circuits.

7.4

Verify the action of the circuits using an oscilloscope to monitor both the timing
and output wa
veforms.

7.5

Draw conclusions relating to the behavior and application of t




the 555 timer IC.


8

Construct an astable multivibrator circuit.

8.1

Build up a medium frequency (1 KHz) astable multivibrator circuit
using discrete components.

8.2

Observe and ske
tch transistor base and collector waveforms

using a dual beam oscilloscope.

8.3

Compare the operation, frequency and waveforms with the

expected theoritical values.

8.4

Verify the effects of changing the R
-
C
time constant.

8.5

Prepare a slow speed ( 1 KHz) astable multivibrator using

torch
bulbs as transistor load resistors.


19

8.6

Prepare a non
-
symmetrical astable multivibrator.

8.7

Draw conclusions relating to astable multivibrator switching


behavior and applications.


9

Construct a monostable circuit.

9.1

Build up a 10 MS pulse width monostable multivibrator circuit

using discrete components.

9.2

Determine the DC operating voltages of pulse width m
onostable

multivibrator circuit using discrete components.

9.3

Trigger the monostable circuit using a 50 Hz square wave signal

generator capacitively coupled to the trigger input.

9.4

Determine the output

pulse time using an oscilloscope.

9.5

Observe the timing waveforms at the base of the output transistor

for different RC time constants.


10

Determine the v
-
i characteristics curve of photo diode.

10.2

Select a required circuit.

10.3

Select t
he tools and materials.

10.4

Build up the circuit.

10.5

Cheek the connection.

10.6

Switch on the power supply.

10.7

Record the data.

10.8

Plot the curve.


11

Construct an operational amplifier circuit.

11.1

Study the data sheet for the 741 Op
-
Amp and obtain values for bias current
, maximum
output current and power supply requirements.

11.2

Build up a simple 741 unity gain inverter circuit.


11.3

Determine the offset output voltage.


11.4

Build up a simple inverting DC amplifier by :

a)

verifying that the virtual earth point is
at OV.

b)

plotting saturation and gain characteristics.


11.5

Test a simple inverting dc amplifier by :

a)

Verifying that the virtual earth point is at OV.

b)

Plotting saturation and gain characteristics.

11.6

Build up the summing amplifier, non
-
i
nverting amplifier, integrator,

differentiator,
buffer and differential amplifier circuits.

11.7

Test the summing amplifier, non
-
inverting amplifier, integrator, differentiator, buffer and
differential amplifier circuits.


12

Study a DC drive motor control

circuit.


12.1

Select a ckt diagram for dc drive motor control circuit

12.2

Select necessary component

12.3

Complete the ckt.

12.4

Put the input into the ckt.

12.5


Observe & record the data of voltage & current of output

wave shape.

12.6

Dr
aw the V
-
I Characteristics curve on a graph paper.


13

Study an AC motor control circuit.


13.2

Select a ckt diagram for AC drive motor control circuit

13.3

Select necessary component

13.4

Complete the ckt.


20

13.5

Put the input into the ckt.

13.6

Observe & record the data of volta
ge & current of output

wave

shape.

13.7

Draw the V
-
I Characteristics curve on a graph paper.


14

Study a stepper motor control circuit.


14.2

Select a ckt diagram for series and parallel connected diodes

14.3

Select necessary component

14.4

Complete t
he ckt.

14.5

Put the input into the ckt.

14.6

Observe & record the data of voltage & current of output wave

shape.

14.7

Draw the V
-
I Characteristics curve on a graph paper.


Reference Books


1


Power Electronics


-

Muhammad H. Rashid.

2


Industri
al Electronics

-

Dr. Maneesha Gupta.

3


Industrial Electronics and Control


Biswanath Paul.

4


Power Electronics


-

Dr. P.S Bimbhra.

5


Electrical Technology (VoL, Iv)
-
BL theraja & A.K Theoraja

6


Electronic & Radio Engineering

M.L Gupta.

7


Industrial
Electronics

-

G.K Mithal


Prepared by :



1.

Saleh Ahmed

Principal

Feni Polytechnic Institute


2


Alok Sarker

Instructor (Electronics)

Satkhira Polytechnic Institute




6643



Programming Language

T

P

C










2

3

3



OBJECTIVES



To develop knowledge and skill to prepare programs in C & C ++.



To develop knowledge and skill to create, compile, debug & execute C & C ++
programs.



SHORT DESCRIPTION


Basics of C & C ++ program, Data types, Variables, Operators, Expression
s, Input
-
Output statements, Branching and Looping statements, Arrays,
P
reprocessors, Functions,
Pointers, Structures and Unions, File operations and Graphics.



DETAIL DESCRIPTION


21


Theory:


1

Understand fundamentals of C Programming

1.1

Describe the histori
cal development of C Programs.

1.2

Describe the Basic structure of C program and programming style.

1.3

State the difference of C with other high level languages.

1.4

Explain the process of program planning.

1.5

Describe algorithm and flow chart.

1.6

Prepare algorithm and flo
w chart for simple problems.

1.7

State the process of compiling C program.

1.8

Write simple programs using basic structure of C program.


2

Understand data types, constants and variables.

2.1

Describe the data types in C.

2.2

Explain constants and variables in C.

2.3

Describe

the keywords and identifiers in C.

2.4

Mention the use of qualifiers in data types.

2.5

Declare variables and assign values to variables.

2.6

State the type conversion and type definition in C.

2.7

Write simple programs using constants and variables.


3

Understand Operat
ors and Expressions.

3.1

State C operators and their classification.

3.2

Describe the arithmetic,
relational, logical, assignment, increment,
decrement and conditional operators.

3.3

Explain the bitwise and special operators.

3.4

Write arithmetic expression & its evaluati
on.

3.5

Describe the precedence of arithmetic operators.

3.6

Mention operator precedence and associatively.

3.7

Write simple programs using operators and expressions.


4

Understand the input and output operations.

4.1

Describe the statement getting input from keyboard
.

4.2

Describe the statements printing output on screen and by printer.

4.3

State the codes used for formatted I/O Statements.

4.4

Mention the escape sequence in C.

4.5

Write programs using I/O statements.


5

Understand the Branching and Looping Statements
.

5.1

Describe the conditional an
d

unconditional branching flow.

5.2

State the statement for conditional and unconditional branching.

5.3

Explain the format for branching statements.

5.4

Describe th
e conditional an unconditional l
ooping flow.

5.5

State the

statement for

conditional and unconditional l
ooping.

5.6

Explain the format for looping statements


22

5.7

Write programs using branching

and looping statements.


6

Understand arrays & pointers.

6.1

Define array
.


6.2

Describe the dimension of arrays.

6.3

In
itialize array
s
.

6.4

Distinguish between variables and arrays.

6.5

Write programs using arrays.

6.
6


Define pointer.

6.
7

Describe the characteristics of pointer.

6.
8

Explain pointer expressions.

6.
9

Write programs using pointers.




7 Understand
preprocessor statements in C.

7.1

Describe the preprocessor directives and their functions.

7.2

Define header.

7.3

Describe the process of including header in routine.

7.4

Explain the use of macro.

7.5

Describe the advantage of macros over functions in programs

7.6

Write programs

using preprocessor statements.


8

Understand Function.

8.1

Explain library function and user defined function.

8.2

Describe the process of calling functions and returning values from functions
in C.

8.3

Describe arguments used in functions.

8.4

Mentio
n function prototype.

8.5

Write programs using library function and user defined function..



9


Understand structure and union.

9.1

Describe structure and union.

9.2

Mention structure and union declaration.

9.3

Distinguish between structure and union.

9.4

Write simple programs using structure and union.


10

Understand file operations.

10.1

Describe file operations.

10.2

State the modes of opening

and closing

files.

10.3

Describe the f
unctions that support character

I/O.

10.4

Explain the routi
nes for performing formatted I/O to files

10.5

Write programs for reading, writing and editing files.


11

Understand graphics and its application.

11.1

Describe how graphics are created in computers.


23

11.2

State

the concept of pixel and
resolution.

11.3


Describe the graphic statements for creating

line, rectangle, circle,

ellipse,
arc and polygon.

11.4

Describe the statements required for selecting color and filling shapes by
color.

11.5

Describe the statements used to copy and move text and graphics.

11.6

Write programs to create simple graphics.


12

Understand the concept of object oriented programming (OOP)

12.1

Describe the software evolution.

12.2

Mention the drawbacks of traditional programming.

12.3

State the terms used in OOP
, classes, data ab
straction, encapsula
tion,
inheritance, polymorphism and message passing.

12.4

Mention the name of some the OOP languages.

12.5

State the benefits of OOP.

12.6

Mention the application of OOP.


13

Understand the overview of C
++
.

13.1

Write the features of C+
+ as OOP.

13.2

Describe the structure of C++ program.

13.3

State the features of classes in C++

13.4

Describe the function overloading.

13.5

Describe the Input /Output Stream (IOS) and related classes of C++

13.6

Describe constructor, copy constructor, de
structor and friend functions in
C++.

13.7

Write simple I/O program using C++
.



PRACTICAL:


Perform skill to create, compile, debug & execute C programs to solve specific problems.


1.

Test simple programs using basic structure of C program

1.1

Test a p
rogram for printing a message.

1.2

Test a program for adding two integer numbers.


2.

Test simple programs using constants and variables

2.1

Test a program to calculate the average of a set of N numbers.

2.2

Test a program to convert the given temperatu
re in
f
ahrenheit to
c
elsius
and vice versa.

2.3

Test a program to calculate the area of a circle.


3.

Test programs using operators and expressions.

3.1

Test a program to convert days to months and

to years
.

3.2

Test a program to calculate the area of a
triangle.

3.3

Test a program to compare two integer numbers



24

4.


Test programs using I/O statements.

4.1

Test a program for reading integer/real number.

4.2

Test a program for summation

and average
of three floating point numbers
from keyboard.

4.3

Te
st a program to convert centimeter to inch using scanf

() and p
rintf

()
statements.


5.

Test programs using Branching Statements.

5.1

Test a program to select and print the largest of the three numbers.

5.2

Test a program to compute the roots of a quadr
atic equation.

5.3

Test a program to count vowels from a string of ten characters using
else
-

if

ladder and
switch

statement.


6


Test programs using Looping Statements

6.1

Test a program to print
integer,
odd

and even numbers from 1 to 100.

6.2

Test a

program to find the maximum or minimum number from a set of
numbers

6.3

Test a program for searching prime numbers.


7

Test programs using arrays.

7.1

Test a program to sort numbers in ascending or descending ord
er using
one dimensional array.

7.2

Te
st a program to print numbers in two dimensional form.

7.3

Test a program for matrix multiplication.




8.

Test programs using preprocessor statements.

8.1

Test a program to determine hypotenuse of right angled triangle using
macro.

8.2

Test a program t
o determine the area of a triangle using nested macro.


9

Test programs using pointers.

9.1

Test a program to illustrate the use of pointers in arithmetic operations.

9.2

Test a program using pointers to compute the sum of all elements stored in
an arr
ay.

10

Test programs using functions.

10.1

Test a program to calculate the area of a triangle using function.

10.2

Test a program that uses a function to sort an array of integers.

10.3

Test a program calculate factorial of any integer using recursive
function.


11

Test programs using

structure and union.

11.1

Test a program to store and retrieve data using structure.

11.2

Test a program sample program using union.


12

Test programs using files.


25

12.1

Test a program to store information or to read i
nformation from sequential
file.

12.2

Test a program to store information or to read information from random
file.

12.3

Test a program to convert lower to upper case conversion

or vice versa

using file.


13

Test programs using graphics.

13.1

Test a pr
ogram to draw a line
, circle, ellipse etc

with different styles.

13.2

Test a program to draw a

line, rectangle,

circle
, ellipse etc

with different
colors.

13.3

Test a program to generate nested ellipse.


14

Test simple programs using basic structure of
C
++

program


14.1

Write and execute si
mple I/O program using
C
++

classes

14.2

Write and exec
ute si
mple I/O program using
C
++

functions



REFERENCE BOOKS:


1.

P
rogramming in C


-


E. Balagurusamy.

2.

Teach yourself C


-

Herbert Schildt.

3.

Teach yourself C
++


-

Her
bert Schildt
.

4.

Programming in C


-

Byron S Gottfried.

5.

C the Complete Reference

-

Robert Lafore.



7042




MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE

T

P

C

1

6

3


OBJECTIVES



To enable recognize commonly used machine tools.



To provide understanding
the

functions of commonly u
sed machine tools.



To develop skills in set
ting up

and operating of machine tools.



To provide concept of using Coolant in machining.



To provide ability to set and operate commonly used allied tools and accessories.



To provide understanding the operation of

Milling Machine.


SHORT DESCRIPTION


26

Machine tools: Lathe ma
chine; Drilling machine; Shaper;

Grinding machine;

Milling
Machine;

Measuring techniques.


DETAIL DESCRIPTION


Theory

:


1

Understand the concept of machine tools.

1.1

State what is meant by machine too
ls.

1.2

Classify commonly used machine tools.

1.3

State general safety precautions to be observed in machine shop.


2

Understand the application of
L
athe machine.

2.1

Identify different types of lathe machines.

2.2

Identify major components of lathe machine.

2.3

Explain the fu
nction of different parts and attachments of lathe machine.

2.4

Carry out basic calculations for speed and feed for lathe works.

2.5

State safety precautions during working on a lathe.

2.6

Identify single point cutting tools,
tool
materials, cutting angles and their
r
elevant functions.


3.

Understand the application of

Coolant in machining operation.

3.1

Explain the nacessity of coolant in machining.

3.2

Indentify different types of coolant.

3.3

Describe the use of various types of coolant.


4.

Understand the application of drilling
machine.

4.1

Identify different types of drilling machine.

4.2

Explain the function of different drilling machines.

4.3

Identify major components of drilling machine.

4.4

Illustrate workholding methods.


4.5

Carry out basic calculations for speed and feed.


4.6

State safety preca
utions during working on a drilling machine.


4.7

Identify different types of twist drill,
tool
materials, cutting angles and their
relevant functions.


5.

Under
stand the application of shaper
.

5.1

Identify the shaping machines.

5.2

Identify major components of shaping m
achine
.

5.3

Describe the quick return mechanism and ram adjustments.

5.4

Explain how to set a workpiece on the machine table of shaper.

5.5

Identify typical operations for
shaper
.

5.6

State safety precautions during working on the shaper.



6

Understand the application of g
rinding machine.

6.1

Identify different types of grinding machines.

6.2

Distinguish surface grinder, cylindrical grinder and pedestal/bench
grinder.

6.3

Explain the need for grinding wheel balancing.


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6.4

Identify typical operations for the pedestal and surface grinder.

6.5

S
tate safety precautions during working on grinding machine.

6.6

Identify grinding wheel types, bonds and uses.


7


Understand the
features of milling machine
.

7.1

State the meaning of Milling.

7.2

Identify
different types of milling machine
.

7.3

Indentify the principal
parts of a milling machine
.

7.4

Distinguish among plain, universal, and vertical milling machine
.

7.5

Identify the verious kinds of milling cutter
.

7.6

Mention the use of various milling cutter.

7.7

State safety precautions during working on
milling

machine.

7.8

Mention the c
are and maintenance of milling cutters.



Practical

:


1

Demonstrate the setting and operating of lathe machine.

1.1

Perform simple setting up of machine, workpiece, tool bit and setting
machine speed and feed.

1.2

Carry out machining operations for facing, parallel

turning, center drilling.

1.3

Produce a job to an engineering drawing specification.

1.4

Carry out additional machining operations of knurling, taper turning,
drilling, parting off, simple screw cutting and boring.

1.5

Sharpen a number of commonly used single point c
utting tools using
pedestal grinder.

1.6

Observe workshop safety precautions.


2

Demonstrate the setting and operating of shaping machine.

2.1

Perform simple setting up of machine, workpiece, tool bit, speed and feeds,
ram position and stroke.

2.2

Carry out machining op
eration for parallel shaping and vertical face
shaping.

2.3

Produce a simple job to an engineering drawing specification.

2.4

Observe workshop safety precautions.


3

Demonstrate the setting and operating of a drilling machine.

3.1

Perform simple setting up of machine,
workpiece, drill bit, speeds and feeds.

3.2

Sharpen a twist drill on the pedestal grinder.

3.3

Drill a number of holes with appropriate drill bit.

3.4

Observe workshop safety precautions.


4

Demonstrate the setting and operating of a grinding machine.

4.1

Determine type of
wheel, grit, bond, balance and soundness by ringing.

4.2

Mount grinding wheel on machine spindle.

4.3

Use the pedestal grinder to grind single point tools and drill bits.

4.4

Perform simple setting up of surface grinding machine workpiece,
magnetic chuck, hydraulic sy
stem of machine feed.

4.5

Produce a job to an engineering drawing specification.

4.6

Observe ground surface finish, grain direction, bouncing of wheel.


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4.7

Carry out wheel dressing exercise on both pedestal grinder and surface
grinder.

4.8

Observe workshop safety precauti
ons.


5

Demonstrate workshop maintenance practice.

5.1

Produce a maintenance schedule common used in machine shop.

5.2

Carry out simple maintenance procedures, including lubrication.

5.3

Observe workshop safety precautions.


6

Milling machine setting and operation
.

6.1

Set
up the machine vice and hold workpiece to produce a flat surface
using a milling cutter.

6.2

Prodece the parallel and slotted workpiece using appropriate cutter.



REFERENCE BOOKS


1

Basic Machine Shop Practice I & II



V. K. Tejwani

2

Workshop Technology I &
II



W. A. J Chapman

3

Machine Shop Practice I & II



Berghardt

4

Machine Shop Practice



Somenath De

5

Machine tool operation



Anderson.









9241


THERMAL ENGINEERING




T

P

C










2

3

3


AIMS





To be able to understand heat temperature and th
e laws of perfect gases.



To be able to understand transmission of heat.



To be able to understand thermodynamics process

and cycle
.



To be able to understand properties of steam.



To be able to d
evelop knowledge, skill and atti
t
u
de

of boiler, turbine, compres
sor,
internal combustion engine & compressor
.



To be able to understand basic concept of refrigeration


SHORT DESCRIPTION



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Heat & temperature, Laws of perfect gases; Specific heat; Transmission of heat; Laws of
thermodyn
amics; Thermodynamics processes & cy
cle;

Formation and propert
ies of
steam; Steam generations,
internal combustion of engines; Compressor;

Refrigeration

system; Vapor compression
refrigeration.


DETAIL DESCRIPTION


Theory
:

1

Understand the concept of heat and temperature.

1.1

Explain
the term tem
perature & heat.

1.2

Describe various scales of temperature & their relations.

1.3

Define sensible heat, latent heat of fusion and latent heat of vaporization.

1.4

Express the derivation of the relation between heat & work.

1.5

Define the absolute zero temperature.

1.6

Solve

problems related to heat & temperature.

2

Understand the laws of per
fect gas
.

2.1

State Boyle’s law.

2.2

State Charles’s law.

2.3

Explain the Boyle’s law and Charles’s law analytically.

2.4

Explain the general gas equation.

2.5

Express the deduction of the formula PV = mRT.

2.6

Solve problems related to gas laws.

3

Understand the concept of specific heat of substances.

3.1

Define specific heat of substance.

3.2

Describe specific heat at constant pressure (C
P
) & volume (C
V
) of gases.

3.3

Express the deduction of the relation between C
P

& C
V
.

3.4

S
olve problems related to specific heat.

4

Understand the transmission of heat.

4.1

State the fundamental law’s of conduction.

4.2

State the fundamental law’s of convention.

4.3

State the fundamental law’s of radiation.

4.4

Describe the dimensions & units of transmission of
heat.

4.5

Define the fin.

4.6

Classify the fin.

5

Understand laws of thermodynamics.

5.1

State the
law
s

of thermodynamics.

5.2

Explain the law
s

of thermodynamics.

5.3

Mention the application of both laws of thermodynamics.

5.4

Solve problems related to the laws of thermodynamics .

6

Comprehend the thermodynamics processes

and Cycles
.

6.1

Define thermodynamic system, boundary & surroundings
.

6.2

Describe the thermodynamics process.

6.3

Illustrate briefly each of the thermodynamics process.

6.4

Define cycle.

6.5

Classify different cycle.

6.6

State carnot, otto

and diesel cycle.

7

Understand the formation & properties of steam.

7.1

Define the term steam & vapor.

7.2

Explain the formation of steam at constant pressure.

7.3

Explain the term of wet steam, dry steam, super heated steam.


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7.4

Explain the term sensible heat of water, la
tent heat of vaporization,
enthalpy of steam & specific volume.

7.5

Solve problems related to formation and properties of steam.

8

Understand the steam generation unit.

8.1

State the steam boiler.

8.2

Classify the steam boiler.

8.3

Describe different components of boiler.

8.4

D
escribe the boiler accessories.

9

Understand gas turbine.

9.1

Define the term turbine

9.2

Classify the turbine.

9.3

Describe the gas turbine.

9.4

Describe different components & accessories of gas tarbine.

9.5

Compare gas turbine with steam turbine.

10

Understand the internal comb
ustion engine.

101

Describe the internal combustion engine.

102

Compare the external combustion engine with internal combustion
engine.

103

Classify the IC engine.

104

Describe the main components of the IC engine.

105

Describe the sequence of operations in a cycle.

106

Explain t
he advantages & disadvantages of four stoke engine over two
strokes engine.

11

Understand the compressor.

11.1

Explain the term compressor.

11.2

Describe the function of air compressor.

11.3

Mention different components of compressor.

11.4

Classify different types of compressor
s.

12

Understand refrigeration & air condition system.

12.1

Mention refrigeration & air condition system with their mechanism.

12.2

Describe different terms used in refrigeration and air condition system.

12.3

Explain the unit of refrigeration & co
-
efficient performance.

12.4

So
lve problems related to co
-
efficient of performance.

13

Understand the vapor compression refrigeration.

13.1

Mention the mechanism of vapor compression refrigerator.

13.2

Describe the functions of different components of vapor compressor
refrigerator.

13.3

Mention the prope
rties of refrigerant.

13.4

Mention the refrigerants commonly used in practice.

13.5

State the meaning of R
-
12, R
-
22 etc.


Practical
:


1.

Verify the Boyle’s law using test apparatus.

2.

Study the operation of 4 stroke Otto cycle with a model.

3.

Study the operation of 4 stro
ke diesel cycle with a model.

4.

Study the operation of 2 stroke diesel cycle with a model.

5.

Determine the mechanical equivalent of heat by Joule’s apparatus and verify first
law of thermodynamics.

6.

Identify different components of internal combustion engine (D
iesel and Petrol)

7.

Identify the components of boiler.


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8.

Identify different components of vapor compression refrigerator.



Reference Books


(1) Engineering Thermodynamics
-
P.K. Nag


(2) Engineering Thermodynamics
-
R.S. Khurmi


(3) Engineering Thermodyna
mics
-
Gordon Ragers


(4) Heat Engineering.



-
V.P Vasandani


















1012



ENGINEERING MATERIALS


T

P

C

2

3

3

AIMS



To be able to identify and classify the materials used for construction in engineering
field.



To be able to recognize the so
urces of various engineering materials.



To be able to understand the characteristics of various engineering materials.



To be able to understand the uses of different engineering materials.


SHORT DESCRIPTION

Aspects of engineering materials; Engineering

uses of ferrous metals and alloys;
Engineering use of non
-
ferrous metal; Bricks; Sand; Cement; Lime as mortar; Aluminum
as construction materials; Timber; Stone; Insulating materials; Glass and ceramics,
Paints and varnishes, Sound absorbing materials; Fi
re and water proofing materials;
Fuels and lubricants; Plastic materials, optical fiber and Gallium Arsenide Materials.


DETAIL DESCRIPTION

1

Understand the various aspects of engineering materials.

1.1

Define engineering materials.

1.2

Mention the classification

of engineering materials in different technology

1.3

List the characteristics of engineering materials.

2

Understand the application of stone

2.1

Define building stones.


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2.2

Mention geological, physical and chemical classification of stones.

2.3

List the characteristics
of good building stones.

2.4

Describe the dressing of stones.

2.5

Describe the uses of stone in engineering filed.

3

Understand the characteristic of brick as construction materials.

3.1

Define brick.

3.2

Mention different constituents for manufacturing of good bricks.

3.3

Expl
ain pug mill, table molding and machine molding.

3.4

Describe the process of brick drying.

3.5

Describe the methods of kiln burning of brick.

3.6

Draw the sketches Bull’s trench kiln & Hoffman’s kiln.

4

Understand the application of sand.

4.1

Mention the classification of
sand according to their sources.

4.2

Mention the specifications of good sand.

4.3

Describe the purpose of grading of sand.

4.4

Mention the use of various grades of sand.

5

Understand the application of cement.

5.1

Define cement.

5.2

Mention the functions of various ingredients

of cement.

5.3

Distinguish between wet process and dry process of manufacturing Portland
cement.

5.4

Draw a flow diagram based on wet process of manufacturing of cement.

5.5

Mention the uses of cement as engineering material.

6

Understand the application of tiles

6.1

Ide
ntify the following tiles: clay tiles, concrete tiles, Plastic tiles, Mosaic
tiles, Marble tiles, Glazed tiles.

6.2

Describe the uses of different kinds of tiles.

7

Understand the Light metal (aluminum/white metal) as construction
materials.

7.1

Explain the import
ant properties of light metal (aluminum/white metal) as
construction material.

7.2

Mention the uses of aluminum white/metals .

7.3

Describe the advantages and disadvantages of using aluminum as construction
material.

8

Understand the fundamental concepts of glass an
d ceramics.

8.1

Mention the constituents of glass.

8.2

List the properties of glass.

8.3

Mention the uses of glass.

8.4

Describe the constituents of ceramics.

8.5

Mention the classification of ceramics.

8.6

List the properties of ceramics.

8.7

Describe the uses of ceramics in enginee
ring field.

9

Understand the basic concepts of paints and varnishes.

9.1

Define paints and varnish.

9.2

Explain the characteristics of good paint.

9.3

List the essential constituents of paint.

9.4

Explain the functions of pigment.

9.5

List the main constituents of varnishes.

9.6

Ex
plain the characteristics of good varnish.

9.7

Mention the functions of vehicle.

9.8

Describe synthetic materials used for paint and varnishes.

10

Understand the characteristic of timber as construction materials.


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10.1

Define timber.

10.2

Mention the classification of trees de
pending on botanical groups.

10.3

Explain conservation of timber in various market forms.

10.4

Describe the major defects in timber.

10.5

Describe the advantages and disadvantages of using timber in the
engineering filed.

10.6

Describe the characteristics of good timber.

11

Und
erstand the application of various heat and sound insulating materials.

11.1

Mention the functions of insulating materials.

11.2

List five natural heat insulating materials.

11.3

Mention the names of synthetic insulating materials.

11.4

Describe the sources of obtaining rubbe
r, cork and ebonite.

11.5

Describe the uses of asbestos as insulating material.

11.6

List three natural sound absorbing materials.

11.7

Mention the names of five sound absorbing materials.

11.8

Explain light weight concrete used in acoustic works.



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12

Understand the fundamental

aspects of fire and water proofing materials.

12.1

Mention the term of fire proofing materials and water proofing materials.

12.2

Explain the uses of asbestos as fire and waterproof materials.

12.3

List the characteristics of refractory materials.

12.4

Explain the uses of ru
bber as water proofing material.

13

Understand the basic concepts of fuels and lubricants.

13.1

Define the term fuel and lubricants.

13.2

Mention the main purposes of fuels with their classifications.

13.3

List different types of lubricants.

13.4

Explain the characteristics of l
ubricating oils.

14

Understand the engineering applications of plastic materials.

14.1

Define plastic.

14.2

List the names of raw materials for plastic.

14.3

Explain the properties of plastic.

14.4

Mention the characteristics of thermoplastic and thermosetting plastic.

14.5

Describe
the manufacturing process of plastic.

14.6

Explain the molding methods of plastic products.

14.7

Identify the uses of plastic as engineering materials.

14.8

Explain laminating plastic.

15

Understand the engineering

uses of metals and alloys.

15.1

Name the common types of iron used in industry.

15.2

Mention the uses of wrought iron and cast iron.

15.3

Mention the classification of steel on the basis of carbon content.

15.4

List the names of commercial steels.

15.5

Describe alloy steel.

15.6

Me
ntion the uses of various alloy steels.

15.7

Define non
-
ferrous metals.

15.8

List the important non
-
ferrous metals used in engineering field.

15.9

Mention the uses of non
-
ferrous metals and alloys like copper, zinc, tin,
lead, brass and bronze.

16

Understand the Engineering

use of Conducting, Magnetic, Optical fiber

and Gallium Arsenide Materials

16.1

List of least three items for conducting, none conducting and semi
-
conducting
materials.

16.2

Describe the uses of semi
-
conducting materials.

16.3

Name the types of soft and hard magnetic

materials.

16.4

Mention the uses of optical fiber.

16.5

Mention the uses of Gallium Arsenide Materials.


PRACTICAL:

1.

Show skill in identifying various types of stone

1.1.

Selected different type of stone in the laboratory.

1.2.

Sketch different type of stone on the basis of

formation.

2.

Show skill in field test of bricks

2.1.

Perform field test of bricks

2.2.

Select 1
st

class , 2
nd

class, 3
rd

class bricks and jhama bricks

3.

Show skill in conducting laboratory test of bricks

3.1.

Perform:

(a)

Compression test

(b)

Absorption test

3.2.

Determine average wei
ght of a brick.


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4.

Show skill in conducting laboratory test of cement

4.1.

Conduct laboratory tests of cement

(a)

Make cement paste of Normal Consistency(CPNC)

(b)

Determine initial setting time

(c)

Perform final setting time

(d)

Perform compressive strength test

(e)

Perform tensile
strength test

(f)

Perform fineness test

4.2.

Conduct field tests of cement

5.

Show skill in conducting tests of coarse aggregate

(a)

Specific gravity of send

(b)

Grading of aggregates

6.

Show skill in conducting test of sand

(a)

Bulking of sand

(b)

F M of sand

(c)

Specific gravity of sand

7.

Show skill in identifying various ferrous and non ferrous metal

7.1.

Identify mild steel, cast iron, copper, and aluminum, tin by physical observation.

8.

Show skill in identifying various type fuels and lubricants

9.

Show skill in identifying various type of cond
ucting & non conducting, semi
conducting, magnetic and optical fiber materials.


REFERENCE BOOKS

6

A text book on Engineering Materials



G. J. Kulkarni

7

Engineering Materials





Dr. M. A. Aziz

8

Plastic Materials





J. A Brydson


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