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STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, JHARKHAND


CURRICULUM


PROGRAMME

: DIPLOMA IN
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE CODE

: MT 6401

COURSE

: BASIC METALLURGY

THEORY

: 04


TIME ALLOTED FOR TERM EXAM : 3 HRS.

TIME ALLOTED FOR PROGRESSIVE TEST : 1 HRS.




R
ATIONALE :
-


Basic Metallurgy mainly deals with basic topics required for the understanding of
metallurgical subject. This course is a collection of widely different basic topic such
as pyrometry, fuels, vacuum technology, refractories, conceptual understa
nding of
structure of solid material, their properties and uses.




O
BJECTIVES:
-



The students will be able to

1.

Visualize the structures of solids.

2.

Distinguish between metals and non metals.

3.

Make use of various equipments required to measure high
temperature.

4.

Appreciate the applications of refractories, solid, liquid and gaseous fuels

5.

Acquire the knowledge of various types of furnaces.



C
ONTENTS:
-

(A)

THEORY :

1.

NATURE OF SOLIDS:



(H
-
07, M
-
10)


States of
matter, types of structures, atomic structure of metals, allotropy, and Miller
indices for planes and directions. Imperfections in crystals of point, line and surface.
Structures of silicates, carbon and glasses. Polymeric structures.




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2.

PYROMETRY :




(H
-
12, M
-
15)


High temperature scales, primary and secondary standards, principles of
thermochemistry, Seeback effect, Peltiers and Thompson effect. Thermocouples:
composition, temperature ranges, e
nvironmental conditions, preparation and
calibration of thermocouples. Pyrometers black
-
body
-
radiation laws, Emissivity,
optical and Radiation pyrometers. Subzero temperature measurements,
applications of different pyrometers. Study of temperat
ure controllers.


3.

VACUUM MEASUREMENT:


(H
-
03, M
-
06)


Introduction, principle, Measurement and application of vacuum in metallurgy.


4.

REFRACTORY MATERIALS:


(H
-
13, M
-
15)


Classification
, Properties and applications of fire clay, silica, magnesite, chromite,
carbon and special refractories like insulating materials, fused silica, alumina, and
zirconia.


5.

SOLID FUELS :

(H
-
15,M
-
15)


Classification of fuels, solid fuels, occurrence of coal with reference to Indian
conditions. Classification of coals, proximate and ultimate analysis of coal ,
carbonisation of coal, properties of coke, bi
-
products of

coke ovens, properties of
Indian coal and coke, uses of pulverized and briquetted coal or coke.


6.

LIQUID AND GASEOUS FUELS AND FURNACES :











(H
-
14, M
-
14)


Liquid fuels
-

important properties and uses of Liquid fuels. Gaseous fuels
-

composit
ion, properties and uses of Natural Gas, Blast furnace Gas, Coke oven gas,
and Liquefied Petroleum gases. Introduction to burners. Furnaces
-

Basic types of
furnaces used in industries, refractories used in furnaces, different fuels used in
furnaces.

B.

LABORATORY WORK :

1.

Determination of Porosity of refractories.

2.

Practical on Proximate analysis of coal and coke.

3.

Measurement of Viscosity of Oil.

5.

Determination of Calorific value of fuels.

6.

Measurement of flash & fire point of fuels.



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7.

Study and sketching of different structures directions and planes

8. Study of resistance thermometer

9. Study of radiation pyrometer

10.

Study of optical pyrometer.

11. Study of temperature controller.


REFERENCES:

1.

Introduction to Physical Metall
urgy by S.H. Avner.

2.

Engineering Metallurgy part I and II by Raymond A. Higgins

3.

Refractories by A. Rashid Cheste

4.

Refractories by Dr. Mishra M.L.

5.

Fuels, Furnaces and Refractories by J.D. Gilchrist.

6.

A text book of Engineering Chemistry by
M.M. Uppal

7.

Material science and process by Hazara Choudhary.

8.

Refractories by F.H. Norton.

INPUT EXPECTED:

Basic knowledge of Applied Physics and Applied Chemistry


INPUT PROVIDED:


Student will be conversant with different type of furnaces and various temperatures
measuring instruments used in industries, also this course will provide necessary
knowledge for Metallurgical design
(MT
-
6612)

course.


TEACHER'S MATERIALS:

1.

Reference
books.

2.

O.H.P.

3.

Transparencies

4.

Charts

5.

Models

6.

Hand books.

STUDENT'S MATERIALS:

1.

Reference books.

2.

Note books

3.

Journals





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STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, JHARKHAND



CURRICULUM


PROGRAMME

: DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL

ENGINEERING

COURSE CODE

: MT 6402

COURSE NAME
: TESTING OF MATERIAL

THEORY

: 04 PRACTICAL : 02



TIME ALLOTED FOR TERM EXAM : 3 HRS.

TIME ALLOTED FOR PROGRESSIVE TEST : 1 HRS.




R
ATIONALE :
-


Metallurgical engineering is a discipline that mainly deals with various metallic
materials on the earth for the benefit of mankind. For that it is required to assess
properties of metallic materials during various stages of their formation.
Testing is
essential to control and correlate various manufacturing parameters and also to
decide suitability and predict probable behavior of metallic materials in practice.
With the knowledge of testing procedures, students conduct various mechanical
te
sts like tension, hardness, fatigue, impact test etc. Non
-
destructive tests such as
ultrasonic, penetrant & magnetic tests etc.



O
BJECTIVES :
-



The students will be able to

1.

Understand various types of destructive and non
-
destructive tests.

2.

Be familia
r with the behavior of the materials & their specific uses.

3.

Conduct various destructive & non
-
destructive tests & interpret the results.

4.

Develop skills in handling various equipment’s used in metallic testing.







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C
ONTENTS:
-

(A)

THEORY:

1.

ELASTICITY




(H
-
04, M
-
06)


Stress, strain, definition of elastic and plastic bodies, strain under axial load in
tension and compression. Temperature stress. Hook's law
-
Relation between linear
strain and normal
stress. Modulus of elasticity / Young's modulus.


2.

MECHANICAL TESTING:



(H
-
06 M
-
08)


Tensile test, scope and applicability, specification of testing specimen. Conduct and
observation of test, effect of important variable
s, Yield stress and proof stress
determinations, Types of tensile testing machine & their construction.


1.

Universal testing machine.


2.


Extensometer and recorders, strain gauges.



3.

HARDNESS TEST :




(H
-
20, M
-
22)


Scope and applicability, Constructional principles of common hardness machines.
Brinell test: Procedure, effect of variables. Rockwell test : procedure. Rockwell
Superficial hardness tester. Vickers hardness test, Microhardness tester
. Shore
Sceleroscope, scratch and wear hardness test. Relation between various systems of
hardness numbers. Relation of hardness to tensile strength.


4.

SERVICE TESTS :



(H
-
14, M
-
16)


Impact test

: Behavior of material under impact loading, Charpy and Izod
impact tests. Calculation of energy relation, brittle fracture. Effect of variables.
Role of temperature and stress concentration factors like holes, cracks etc.
Fatigue test
: Repeated loading. Nature of fatigue in metal, Scope and applicability
of fatigue test. Machine for fatigue test on metals, general procedure. Effect of
important variables. Correlation with other properties. Study of S
-
N Curve.
Creep test

: N
ature of Creep, Scope and applicability of creep test. Creep
apparatus. Rupture test. Factors Influencing Creep.


5.

NON
-
DESTRUCTIVE TESTING :


(H
-
20, M
-
23)


Need of Non
-
destructive test, Types of non
-
destructive test, Meth
ods of
Examination for defects: Visual examination, Penetrant tests, Hammer tests etc.


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Method of Electrical analysis: Sperry detector for flaws in rails and in tubes
Electromagnetic steel sorter. Method of magnetic analysis: Magnetic particle
method. R
adiographic Examination : X
-
ray and Gamma ray generation and their
practical application in radiography. Comparison of X
-
ray and gamma ray
radiography. Equipments for X
-
ray and gamma rays. Radiograph and effect of
important variables, requirement f
or good radiograph. Interpretation of radiograph,
Safety precautions. Ultrasonic Testing: Fundamentals, Equipments and applications.
Introduction to IN
-
SITU metallography, spark testing and Eddy current testing


(B)

LABORATORY WORK:

1.

Determination of Te
nsile strength on U.T.M.

2.

Measurement of Hardness by :


a)

Brinell hardness tester.

b)

Vickers hardness tester.

c)

Rockwell hardness tester.

d)

Rebound hardness tester.

e)

Poldy impact hardness tester.

f)

Rockwell Superficial hardness tester.

3.


Determination of Impact strength by Charpy / Izod impact tester.

4.

Study of Fatigue test.

5.

Practical on Magnetic Particle Crack detectors.

6.

Practical on Ultrasonic flaw detector.

7.

Study of Radiography.


REFERENCES:

1.

Testing of materials by Prof. A.V.K. Suryanarayana.

2.

The Testing & Inspection of Engineering materials by H. E. Davis, G. E. Troxell,

3.


Mechanical Metallurgy
-

George Dieter.


INPUT EXPECTED FOR THIS COURSE:


Knowledge of Engineering Mechanics







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INPUT P
ROVIDED BY THIS COURSE:


Students will be conversant with various destructive and non
-

destructive tests
carried out in industries. Knowledge of this course will be useful for
(MT
-
6501)

Materials management and quality control.


TEACHER'S MATERIALS:

1.

Reference books

2.

O.H.P.

3.

Transparencies

4.

Charts

5.

Diagrams

6.

Models

7.

Hand books


STUDENT'S MATERIALS:

1.

Reference books

2.

Note books

3.

Journals





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STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, JHARKHAND

CURRICULUM


PROGRAMME

: DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE CODE

: MT 6403

COURSE NAME
: PHYSICAL METALLURGY

THEORY


: 04

PRACTICAL:04


TIME ALLOTED FOR TERM EXAM

: 3 HRS.

TIME ALLOTED FOR PROGRESSIVE TEST : 1
HRS.




R
ATIONALE :
-

This course mainly deals with the study of solidification of metals and alloys.
Phase equilibria, macro and microstructures of ferrous and non
-
ferrous alloys.These
studies will reveal the mechnical and tjhermal

treatment given to the metals and
alloys which predicts the expected behavior under a given set of conditions.




O
BJECTIVES:
-

The students will be able to

1.

Understand the solidification phenomenon of metals and alloys.

2.

Be familiar with different macr
o and micro structures of ferrous and non ferrous
metals and alloys and their interpretation.

3.

Prepare specimen for macro and micro examination.

4.

Acquire knowledge of phase equilibrium diagram, iron
-
carbide diagram and their
applications.




C
ONTENTS:
-

A)

THEORY :

1.

SOLIDIFICATION OF METALS:



(H
-
04, M
-
06)

Transformation of liquid in to solid, cooling curve, nucleation, dendrite formation,
grain and grain boundaries, cooling curve for pure metals and binary alloys.




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2.

P
HASE EQUILIBRIUM DIAGRAMS: (H
-
12, M
-
15)

Definition of phase, Gibbs’s phase rule and its application. Solid solutions
-

Substitutional solid solution, Interstitial solid solution, Terminal solid solution &
Inter
mediate solid solution. Intermediate compounds, construction of equilibrium
diagrams, viz., monotectic, eutectic, Peritectic, Eutectoid reactions, peritectoid
reactions, coring defects.


3.

LEVER RULE :




(H
-
05, M
-
06)

Its derivation and application to equilibrium diagram Identification of
microstructure of metals at different temperatures with respect to equilibrium
diagram.


4.

IRON CARBON EQUILIBRIUM DIAGRAM,
(H
-
12,M
-
14)

Allotropic transformation of iron, Reactions in Iron
-

Carbon diagram ,
classifications, microstructure and properties of plain carbon steels and cast irons
with reference to iron carbon diagram. , cooling of different carbon steels and cast
ir
ons.


5.

MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION :


(H
-
08, M
-
10)

1.

Preparation, techniques & methods of sampling
-

Mechanical and electrolytic
polishing
-

etching techniques and etching reagents. Analysis and interpretation of
phases related

to steel and cast iron

2. The metallurgical microscope and metallograph. Optical principles of metallurgical
microscope. Optical system, objectives, eye pieces and properties etc.
Microphotography, films properties, exposing, developing and printing.


6.

MACROSCOPIC EXAMINATION:


(H
-
06, M
-
06)

Principles and procedure of macroscopic examinations, etching reagents, sulphur
printing, phosphorus printing, oxide printing etc. Etching reagents, grain / fibre flow
of forged component
s.


7.

QUANTITATIVE METALLOGRAPHY:


(H
-
05, M
-
06)

Measuring attachment on microscope, calibration measurement of grain size, ASTM
grain size nos., measurement of case depth, plating, thickness, etc. Importance of
phase distribution in

microstructure and its effect on mechanical properties.



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8.

METALLURGY OF NON
-
FERROUS ALLOYS:

(H
-
12, M
-
12)

1.

Brasses
-

Cu
-
Zn equilibrium diagram, Brasses,microstructures
-

single phase and
double phase brass , mechanical properties a
nd application of commonly used
industrial brasses.

2.

Bronzes: Cu
-
Sn equilibrium diagram, cast dendritic structure, composition,
microstructure, mechanical properties and application of commonly used
industrial bronzes
-

Gun metal and ph
osphor bronze

3.

Al Alloys: Al
-
Si equilibrium diagram, cast and modified structures of Al
-
Si
alloys, compositions of commonly used as cast and as wrought Al
-
Si Alloys.

4

Bearing metals: Classification of bearing metals, requirements of

good bearing
metal.. Composition, microstructure, mechanical properties and applications of Lead
base and Tin base bearing metals & effects of copper addition.


B)


LABORATORY WORK:



1.

Preparation of sample for microscopic examination.

2.

Practi
cal on mounting press.

3.

Study of etching techniques.

4.

Practical on Electrolytic polishing & etching.

5.

Study of metallurgical microscope.

6.

Practical on Microscopic Examination.

7.

Experiment on Measurement of ASTM grain size.

8.

Study of Microstructures of ferrous & non
-
ferrous metals & alloys.

9.

Practical on sulphur printing.

10.

Practical on phosphorous printing.

11.

Practical on oxide printing.

12.

Practical on Microphotography.


REFERENCES :

1.

Introduction to Phy
sical Metallurgy by S.H. Avner.

2.

Metallurgy for Engineers by Clark & Varney

3.

Metallurgy for Engineers by E.C. Rollason.

4.

Engineering Physical Metallurgy by Y. Lakhtin.

5.

Metallurgical Laboratory practice by Dr. KHEL



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6.

Physical metall
urgy vol. I by Dr, P.R. Khangaonkar.

7.

Engineering metallurgy Part I. by Raymond. A. Higgins.

8.

Modern Physical Metallurgy by R. E. Smallman.

9.

ASM Metals Handbook Volume 8.


INPUT EXPECTED FOR THIS COURSE:

Basic knowledge of applied physics an
d Applied Chemistry.


INPUT PROVIDED BY THIS COURSE:

After completion of this course, the students will be able do physical analysis from the
microstructure observed under microscope in a metallurgical industry. They will also be
able to classify the metal
s and alloys and

conversant with microphotography. This course
will be input for Heal
-
Treatment & metals Alloys
.


TEACHER'S MATERIAL:

1.

Reference books

2.

O.H.P.

3.

Transparencies

4.

Charts and Models

5.

Metal Handbook

6.

Microscope


STUDENT'S MATERIAL:

1.

Reference books

2.

Note book

3.

Graph paper

4.

Journals

5.

Microstructure sheets

6.

Pen, Pencil, Rubber, etc.





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STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, JHARKHAND


CURRICULUM



PROGRAMME

: DIPLOMA IN
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE CODE

: MT 6404

COURSE

: ELEMENTS OF FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY

THEORY

: 04 PRACTICAL : 04


TIME ALLOTED FOR TERM EXAM : 3 HRS.

TIME ALLOTED FOR PROGRESSIVE TEST

: 1 HRS.




R
ATIONALE:
-


Foundry technology deals with the production of casting of various metals and
alloys. It is an important process of production and includes study and properties of
various raw materials
-

melting units and quality casting.




O
BJECTIVES:
-

1.

To make the student conversant with foundry raw materials, their properties, uses
and applications in foundry.

2.

To enable the student to acquire some degree of proficiency in production of quality
castings, the melting units and their
modifications.




C
ONTENTS:
-


A)

THEORY:

1.

PATTERN MAKING:




(H
-
08, M
-
10)



Production of patterns, difference between pattern and casting. Choice of pattern
materials, type of patterns, pattern design

considerations. Pattern allowances,
pattern layout, pattern construction, and ISI colouring code on pattern, storing of
pattern, core print fillets on pattern.




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2.

CORE AND CORE MAKING:



(H
-
08, M
-
08)


Core sand, core sand
properties. Ingredients, core materials, core sand mixture, core
making machines, core baking and machining operations on cores. Core setting and
location of cores, core shifting and chaplets, types of cores. Core applications
& construction of
core box.


3.

MOULD AND MOULD MAKING:



(H
-
09, M
-
11)


Moulding sands, Moulding sand binders, water, additives, properties of moulding
sands, types of sands used in moulds, mould surface coating, moulding sand
preparation & conditio
ning. Sand
-

Muller, moulding sand mixture for casting
different metals and alloys. Indian sands, sand reclamation, mould
characteristics, types of mould, moulding methods, hand moulding tools,
moulding box or flasks, mould making machines, me
thods of ramming
-

moulding
boxes, making moulds, venting of moulds, mould
-
metal reaction, sand control
tests, typical green and dry sand composition for Cast Iron and steel.


4.

SOLIDIFICATION OF CASTINGS, GATING AND RISIRING (H
-
14, M
-
16)


Conc
ept of solidification of metals, nucleation & growth, mechanism of Dendrite
formation, Dendritic growth, solidification rate, time and Chvorinov's Rule.
Progressive, Directional solidification and control of solidification to obtain sound
casting. GATING
system
-

requirements, function of the gating system, pouring
cups basins & characteristics. Types of gates, pressurized and unpressurised gating
systems. Elimination of slag and dross, calculation of down sprue, runner and gate
area for given simple cas
tings. RISER
-

Function of risers, types of riser, riser and
directional solidification, increasing riser efficiency and promoting directional
solidification, use of chills, riser shape & size.


5.

MELTING PRACTICE:




(H
-
12,M
-
14)


Melting units

constructional details, control of chemical composition during
melting, operational control of

Cupola, Electric Arc and Induction furnaces,
Crucible furnaces. Charge calculations and
numericals of cupola.



6.

POST SHAKE
-
OUT TREATMENT OF CASTING:

(H
-
04, M
-
06)


Surface cleaning treatments, sand blasting, shot blasting, tumbling barrel, fettling
operation on castings,



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7.

CASTING OF IMPORTANT INDUSTRIAL METALS AND AL
LOYS:












(H
-
09, M
-
10)


Production methods, Melting furnaces used, Gating and Risering systems, Fettling
methods of
-


Ferrous Metals

a.

Gray Iron

b.

Malleable Iron

c.

S. G. Iron

d.

Steel

Non
-
Ferrous Metals

a.

Cu based Alloys

b.

Al based Alloys


B.

LABORATORY
WORK:

1.

Study of foundry tools.

2.

Determination of moisture content in moulding sand by Infra
-
red bulb method

3.

Determination of moisture content in moulding sand by Rapid moisture teller.

4.

Determination of Permeability
in moulding sand.

5.

Determination on Clay content in moulding sand.

6.

Study and sketches of various types of patterns.

7.

Practical on Green sand mould making .

8.

Determination of A.F.S. Fineness No. of sand by sieve analysis.

9.

Practica
l on Mould and mould making.

10.

Practical on Pouring and casting.


REFERENCES:

1.

A Text Book of Foundry Technology by M. Lal & O. P. Khanna.

2.

Principles of metal castings
-

R. W. Heine and P.C. Rosenthal.

3.

Foundry Technology by D. B. Goyal

& Sinha.

4.

Foundry Practice by W.H. Salmon & E.N. Simons.

5.

Foundry Technology by Beeley.


INPUT EXPECTED FOR THIS COURSE:


Knowledge of Metallurgical Workshop Practice
(WS
-
6201)




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INPUT PROVIDED BY THIS COURSE:


On completion of this course, the students will have the knowledge of raw
materials required and various operations in a foundry. This course will be input for
Special Casting Techniques
.


TEACHER'S MATERIAL
:

1.

Reference books.


2.

O.H.P.

3.

Tr
ansparencies.



4.

Charts

5.

Models




6.

Diagrams


STUDENT'S MATERIAL:

1.

Reference books.

2.

Note books.



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STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, JHARKHAND



CURRICULUM


PROGRAMME

: DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE CODE

: MT 6501

COURSE

: MATERIAL MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY CONTROL

THEORY

: 03




TIME ALLOTED FOR TERM EXAM : 3 HRS.

TIME ALLOTED FOR PROGRESSIVE TEST : 1 HRS.




R
ATIONALE:
-

This course mainly deals with the topics of quality control, Inspection Quality
assurance, concept of ISO
-
9000, which are essential for metallurgical students to
know basics of these. Also materials management topics is dealt in details.




O
BJECTIVES:
-

Th
e students will be able to

1.

Conversant with statistical Quality Control Methods.

2.

Know the use of various Quality Assurance & Material Flow Charts.

3.

Understand the concept of ISO
-
9000 in Metallurgical Industries.

4.

Appreciate the use of Quality Control Methods

specifically in Metallurgical Shop
Floors.

5.

Be familiar with various evaluations of Metallurgical Tests in Testing Inspection &
Quality Control.









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C
ONTENTS:
-

A)

THEORY :

1.

QUALITY CONTROL & INSPECTION


(H
-
10 ,M
-
15)

a. Stat
istics of Quality control, Mode, Mean, Medium. Frequency distribution, Standard
deviation, Normal distribution, Sampling Techniques.

b.

Use of Control Charts and other statistical sampling tables.

c.

Principles of Measurement, Vernier Scales, Variou
s types of gauges.

d.

I.S.I Specifications: Their formulations & importance.


2.

QUALITY ASSURANCE:



(H
-
10 ,M
-
15)

a.

Definition of Quality Assurance and Essentials of an effective Quality Assurance
System.

b.

Independence of Quality Assurance Department.

c.

Establishment of Quality Standards

d.

Written procedures.

e.

Control of Document flow.

f.

Maintaining Identity and Traceability of Materials

g.

Non
-
conforming Material and corrective action.

h
.

Calibration of Equipment

i.

Retention of Records

j.

Personnel Training & Qualification

k.

Control of purchased material

l.

Periodic Audit


3.

MATERIALS MANAGEMENT


(H
-
15, M
-

20)

a.

Classes of
Materials scope of material control,

b.

Scope of purchasing department,

c.

Purchasing department,

d.

Inventory control,

e.

Ordering Procedures,

f.

Materials identifications,

g.

Physical inventory,

h.

Store
-
room location,

i
.

Layout and facilities,



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j.

Introduction to production

k.

Planning and control


4.

QUALITY CONTROL METHODS IN METALLURGICAL SHOPS (H
-
5 ,M
-
10)

Various steps involved in Quality Assurance for Metallurgical shops
such as
Rolling Mill, Steel Melting Shops, Forging shop, Heat treatment shop and other
Metallurgical Evaluation Tests.


5.

CONCEPT OF ISO




(H
-
8, M
-
15)



Definition of ISO
-
9000 and TQM



Various standard
s of



ISO
-
9001



ISO
-

9002



ISO
-

9003



ISO
-

9004



Complete procedural details of ISO
-
9000 and various steps involved there in.
Introduction to IS 14000 series.


B.

LABORATORY WORK : NIL


REFERENCES :

1.

The Testing and Inspection of Engineering materials by
-

H.V. Davis, G.E
Troxell & T.C. Wiskocil.

2.

Testing of Metallic materials by
-

A.V.K. Suryanarayana.

3.

ASM
-

Metals Hand Book Vol. II Eight Edition

4.

ISO
-
9000 by
-

Suresh Dalal.

5.

Industr
ial oraganisation and management by
-

Bang & Sharma.

6.

Production planning and control by
-

Samuel Eilon

7.

Process of management by
-

Newman & Warren.








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INPUT EXPECTED :
---


INPUT PROVIDED :

Students will be able to know the complete procedural

details of various
metallurgical evaluation tests carried out in different shops in metallurgical
industries. They will also be well aware of TQM & ISO 9000 concept .


TEACHERS MATERIALS:

1.

Reference Books

2.

OHP.

3.

Transparencies,

4.

Handouts,
various charts and standards of ISO.


STUDENTS MATERIALS:

1.

Reference Books,

2.

Note Books.







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STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, JHARKHAND


CURRICULUM


PROGRAMME

: DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE CODE

: ME 6501

COURSE NAME

: ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT & INDUSTRIAL
ORAGANISATION / MANAGEMENT

THEORY

: 03


TIME ALLOTED FOR TERM EXAM : 3 HRS.

TIME ALLOTED FOR PROGRESSIVE TEST : 1 HRS.




R
ATIONALE:
-


Managing personnel is one of the primary & most challenging functions in industries.
Scientific management studies have evolved techniques for the same. The success of an
enterprise depends upon how effectively the manpower is organized to wo
rk.



S
KILLS:
-

1.

. To get acquainted with entrepreneurship development.

2.

To get acquainted with the industrial work culture

3.

To get acquainted with Human Resource Development Activities in industries.

4.

To get acquainted with the activities of Marketing Managemen
t.

5.

To get acquainted with procedures of Project Identification and formulation.




O
BJECTIVES:
-

The Students will be able to

1)

Appreciate the concept of entrepreneurship development

2)

Appreciate the various forms of organization.

3)

Appreciate the necessity of
organization.

4)

Appreciate the concept of selection of site.



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5)

Appreciate the principles & techniques of personnel management.

6)

Appreciate the various project Identification and formulation techniques.




C
ONTENTS:
-

A)

THEORY:
-


1.

ENTREPRENEUR:








(H
-
04,

M
-
05)

Concept, characteristics of entrepreneur, functions of entrepreneur, types of
entrepreneur, problems faced by women entrepreneur.


2.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP:






(H
-
06, M
-
06)

Concept, growth of entrepreneurship in India, factors affecting entrepreneurial

growth.


3.

PROJECT IDENTIFICATION, SELECTION AND FORMULATION:(H
-
06, M
-
10)

Meaning of project, project identification and election.

Meaning of project report, significance of project report, contents and formulation of
project report.



4.

FINANCING OF
ENTERPRISE:





(H
-
04, M
-
06)

Need for financial planning, sources of finance
-
term
-

loans, short term and long
-
term
finance.


5.

FORMS OF OWNERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES:(H
-
04, M
-
06)

Meaning, types of ownership: Individual, partnership, Joint stock
company, Co
-
operatives, public sector, Government undertakes, advantages and disadvantages of
each type. Concept of organization, types: line ,functional, line
-
staff organization,
advantages and disadvantages of each type.


6.

FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT:





(H
-
08, M
-
08)

Forecasting, order writing, product design, process planning, routines, scheduling,
loading, dispatch, Control
-

progress reporting, expediting.

Replanning, Organizing, communicating, co
-
ordinating, controlling, motivating,
decision
-
making.




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7.

INDUSTRIAL ACTS







(H
-
08, M
-
08)

Necessity of acts, Brief knowledge of :

(a) Factories Act 1948. (b) Industrial Disputes Act.

(c) Workmen Compensation Act. (d) ESI Act.


The information about the acts
with reference to scope of Act, Provisions of the act,

applicability of the act.


8.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:
-





(H
-
08, M
-
08)

Basic economic concepts in production and product costing.

Break
-
even Analyses.

Depreciation
-
definition, scope, causes, methods o
f calculating depreciation,
obsolescence.

Standardization advantages & disadvantages. Wages & incentives.


9.

PERSONAL MANAGEMENT:
-





(H
-
08, M
-
08)

Definition & concept, Aims & objectives & functions of personal management.
Recruitment, Education & racin
g, Employee relations, Motivation, supervision, styles
of supervision, Industrial hygiene, welfare, and safety of workers, Human needs,
Industrial relations.


10.

MARKETING MANAGEMENT:
-





(H
-
08, M
-
10)

Definition of Marketing, Market, Marketing strategies, Factors affecting marketing
environment, consumer behaviour, market research, market survey, sales forecasting,
sales promotion, advertising, media selection.


B)

LABORATORY WORK:

PRACTICAL/TERM WORK

1.

T
o visit an industry under different forms of ownership & gather information regarding
the ownership & relevant concepts.

2.

To obtain the organizational charts information from various industries (at least 2).

3.

To gather information regarding various functions

carried out in different industries (at
least 2).

4.

To gather information about costing procedure in industries.



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5.

To gather information regarding recruitment procedure of workers in an industry
(medium/large scale).

6.

To gather information regarding advertise
of product from an industry.

7.

To prepare a case study for starting automobile workshop.

REFERENCES:
-

1.

Industrial organization & management by Bangha & Sharma.

2.

Industrial organization & management by O. P. Khanna

a.


Effective Industries Management by James L. Lundy (Eurasia Pub. New Delhi)

b.

Entrepreneurship development by S.S.Khanna.


INPUT EXPECTED FOR THIS COURSE:
-

Knowledge of Foundation Courses & Engineering Science Courses.

INPUT PROVIDED:
-

1.

Career planning in
management fields.

2.

At any stage of working and supervision in industry.

TEACHER’S MATERIAL:
-

1.

References.

2.

Transparencies.

STUDENT’S MATERIAL:
-

1.

References.

2.

Note Books.





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STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, JHARKHAND



CURRICULUM


PROGRAMME

: DIPLOMA IN METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE CODE

: MT 6701

COURSE

: POLYMERS AND COMPOSITES

THEORY


: 03




TIME ALLOTED FOR TERM EXAM : 3 HRS.

TIME ALLOTED FOR PROGRESSIVE TEST : 1 H
RS.




R
ATIONALE:
-

The course deals with Polymers, Plastics & Composites, which are widly used by
Industries today. These materials being cheap &

having the properties same as metals
will replace most of the metals in near future. The structure of polymers, Processing,
molding of plastics & use of composites are highlighted in this course.




O
BJECTIVES:

The students will be able to

1.

Understand the s
tructure of Polymers & their classification.

2.

Be conversant with various processes & techniques for shaping plastics.

3.

Know the applications of Plastics & Polymers.

4.

Acquire the knowledge of various Composites, Wood, Concrete, Asphalt & their
applications.

5.

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C
ONTENTS:
-

A)

THEORY:
-

1.

CLASSIFICATION, PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF POLYMERS


(H=14, M=15)


Polymers, polymerization processes, structure of polymers, classification of polymers,
deformation of thermoplastic polymers, effect of temperature on thermoplastics, control
of structure and properties of thermoplastics polymers, elastomers, Thermosetting

polymers, additives and its effects, Applications of different types of plastics .


2.

PROCESSING OF PLASTICS

(H=14,M=15)


Processing of plastics by compression transfer moulding, blow moulding, extru
sion,
calendaring, laminating thermoforming casting printing embossing, welding and
machining.


3.

COMPRESSION MOULDING


(H=8, M=10)


Compression moulding, positive ,semi
-
positive and flash mould, two plate and hea
t
split mould, design of compression moulds.

4.

INJECTION MOULDING (H=08, M=10)

Injection moulding, two plate and three plate injection moulding. Venting , runner and
gates. Design of injection
moulds.

5.

EXTRUSION OF PLASTICS

(H=08, M=10)


Extrusion of plastics, Extrusion dies simple shapes, tubbing, film and sheet melting and
cooling of moulds, Design of extrusion dies.

6.

COMPOSITES


(H=12, M=15)


Introduction of composites, dispersion strengthened composites true particulate
composites, fibre reinforced composites, predicting properties of fibre reinforced
composite
s, manufacturing fibres of composites, fibre

reinforced system and
applications, Laminar composite materials, examples and applications of laminar
composites, sandwich structure, wood, concrete, Asphalt, introduction to fibre optics &
Jelly.






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B)

LABORATORY WORK

1.

Study of different types of moulding machines of plastics

2.

Practical on Injection moulding machine

3.

Study of design of Injection moulding.

4.

Study of different types of polymers and their structures

5.

Study of extrusion of plastics

6.

Study of diffe
rent types of composites.

REFFERENCES:

1.

Machining of plastics: A. Kobayshi

2.

Plastics : M. Palin

3.

The science of engineering materials: Donald R. Askeland

4.

Engineering materials: Charnock

5.

Engineering materials: Hazara Chaudhary

6.

Engineering chemistry :Jain and

Jain

7.

Nature and properties of enggineering. materials:Z. D. Jasterzebski

INPUT EXPECTED FOR THIS COURSE:

Basic Knowledge of Applied Chemistry.

INPUT PROVIDED BY THIS COURSE :

The Students will have knowledge of various types of polymers, composites and
plastics including thermoplastics, thermosetting, etc, their processing and their
industrial as well as domestics applications.

TEACHER 'S MATERIAL :

1.

Reference books.

2.

Material science Handbook.

3.

O.H.P.

4.

Transparencies.

5.

Charts.

6.

Models.

STUDENT 'S MATERIAL :

1.

Reference books.

2.

Note books.

3.

Journals .