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Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037
Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Structure and Syllabus of B.E. (Mech), Pattern ‘A11’, Issue 3, Rev 1, dated 02/04/2011









Bansilal Ramnath Agarwal Charitable Trust’s
Vishwakarma Institute of Technology
(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to University of Pune)

Structure and Syllabus of
B.E. (Mechanical Engineering)

Pattern ‘A11/B11’


Effective from Academic Year 2011-12

Prepared by: - Board of Studies in Mechanical Engineering
Approved by: - Academic Board, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology,
Pune

Signed by,

Chairman – BOS Chairman – Academic Board
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Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Structure and Syllabus of B.E. (Mech), Pattern ‘A11’, Issue 3, Rev 1, dated 02/04/2011
Content

Sr.
No.
Subject
Code
Title
Page
No.
1 Program Educational Objectives of B.E. ( Mechanical
Engineering)
6
2 Course Structure - Module III 9
3 Course Syllabi for courses - Module III
3.1 ME21109 Differential Equations
10
3.2 ME20103 Kinematics and Mechanisms
12
3.3 ME20105 Machine Drawing Computer Aided Drafting
14
3.4 ME21107 Metallurgy and Material Science
16
3.5 ME21209 Differential Equations
18
3.6 ME20203 Kinematics and Mechanisms
19
3.7 ME20305 Machine Drawing Computer aided Drafting
21
3.8 ME21307 Metallurgy and Material Science
23
3.9 ME27401 Mini Project
24
3.10 ME24301 Workshop Practice
24
3.11 @ Elective –Soft Skills

3.12 ME20401 $ Comprehensive Viva Voce

3.13 @ Institute Elective

4 Course Structure - Module IV 27
5 Course Syllabi for courses - Module IV
5.1 ME20102 Strength of Machine Elements
28
5.2 ME20104 Mechanical Design
30
5.3 ME20106 Thermal Engineering
33
5.4 ME20108 Fluid Mechanics
35
5.5 ME20202 Strength of Machine Elements
37
5.6 ME20204 Mechanical Design
38
5.7 ME20306 Thermal Engineering
39
5.8 ME20308 Fluid Mechanics
40
5.9 ME24402 Mini Project
41
5.10 ME24302 Creativity and Project Development
42
5.11 @ Energy Audit

5.12 ME20402 $ Comprehensive Viva Voce

5.13 @ Institute Elective

6 Course Structure - Module V 45
7 Course Syllabi for courses - Module V
7.1 ME31101 Manufacturing Techniques
46
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7.2 ME30103 Design of Machine Elements
48
7.3 ME30105 Metrology and Measurement Techniques
51
7.4 ME30107 Heat Transfer
53
7.5 ME31201 Manufacturing Techniques
56
7.6 ME30203 Design of Machine Elements
57
7.7 ME30305 Metrology and Measurement Techniques
58
7.8 ME30307 Heat Transfer
60
7.9 ME34401 Mini Project
61
7.10 @ Institute Level

7.11 ME30403 $ Comprehensive Viva Voce

7.12 ME37301 $ Seminar

8 Course Structure - Module VI 64
9 Course Syllabi for courses - Module VI
9.1 ME30102 Theory of Machines
65
9.2 ME30104 Internal Combustion Engines
67
9.3 ME30106 Fluid Machinery and Fluid Power Engineering
70
9.4 ME30108 Computational Methods in Mechanical engineering
72
9.5 ME30202 Theory of Machines
74
9.6 ME30204 Internal Combustion Engines
76
9.7 ME30306 Fluid Machinery and Fluid Power Engineering
77
9.8 ME30308 Computational Methods in Mechanical engineering
78
9.9 @ Institute Level

9.10 ME30404 $ Comprehensive Viva Voce

9.11 ME37302 Project Stage I
80
10 Course Structure - Module VII 83
11 Course Syllabi for courses - Module VII
Elective Group I

11.1a ME42101 Kinematic Analysis & Synthesis
84
11.1b ME42103 Tribology
86
11.1c ME42105 Design of Composite Materials
88
11.1d ME42107 Machine Tool Design
90
Elective Group II

11.2a ME42109 Heat Exchange Devices
92
11.2b ME42111 Turbo machines
94
11.2c ME42113 Thermal Power Plants
96
11.2d ME42115 Energy Conservation And Management
98
11.3 ME40101 Design of Mechanical Systems
100
11.4 ME40103 CAD/CAM/CAE
103
Elective Group I

11.5a ME42201 Kinematic Analysis & Synthesis
106
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11.5b ME42203 Tribology
106
11.5c ME42205 Design of Composite Materials
107
11.5d ME42207 Machine Tool Design
107
Elective Group II

11.6a ME42209 Heat Exchange Devices
108
11.6b ME42211 Turbo machines
109
11.6c ME42213 Thermal Power Plants
110
11.6d ME42215 Energy Conservation And Management
112
11.7 ME40301 Design of Mechanical Systems
113
11.8 ME40303 CAD/CAM/CAE
115
11.9 ME47303 Project Stage II
117
12 Course Structure - Module VIII 119
13 Course Syllabi for courses - Module VIII
Elective Group III

13.1a ME42102 Finite Element Method
120
13.1b ME42104 Optimization Techniques
122
13.1c ME42106 Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping
124
13.1d ME42108 Simulation of Mechanical Systems
126
Elective Group IV

13.2a ME42110 Robotics
128
13.2b ME42112 Mechatronics
130
13.2c ME42114 Operation Research
132
13.2d ME42116 Instrumentation and Automatic Controls
134
13.3 ME40106 Vibration Analysis
136
13.4 ME40108 Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
138
Elective Group III

13.5a ME42202 Finite Element Method
140
13.5b ME42204 Optimization Techniques
142
13.5c ME42206 Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping
143
13.5d ME42208 Simulation of Mechanical Systems
144
Elective Group IV

13.6a ME42210 Robotics
145
13.6b ME42212 Mechatronics
146
13.6c ME42214 Operation Research
147
13.6d ME42216 Instrumentation and Automatic Controls
148
13.7 ME40306 Vibration Analysis
149
13.8 ME40308 Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
150
13.9 ME47304 Project Stage III
151
14 Course Structure for Honors in B.E. ( Mechanical
Engineering)

15 Course Syllabi for courses offered as Honors
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Structure and Syllabus of B.E. (Mech), Pattern ‘A11’, Issue 3, Rev 1, dated 02/04/2011
15.1 ME28101 Workshop Technology

15.2 ME38101
ME38103
Automobile Engineering OR
Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion

15.3 ME38102
ME38104
Theory of Elasticity OR
Renewable Energy Systems

15.4 ME48101 Computational Fluid Dynamics

15.5 ME48102 Cryogenics

15.6 ME48103 Group Selection Credits

16 Course Structure for Minor in B.E. ( Mechanical
Engineering)

17 Course Syllabi for courses offered as Minor (For
Industrial/Production Engineering students)

17.1 ME29101 Basic Heat Transfer

17.2 ME39101 Internal Combustion Engines

17.3 ME29102 Introduction to Turbo machines

17.4 ME49101 Refrigeration and Air-conditioning

17.5 ME49102 Automobile Engineering

17.6 ME49103 Group Selection Credits

18 Course Syllabi for courses offered as Minor (For Chemical
Engineering students)

18.1 ME29103 Machine Design Basics

18.2 ME39103 Basic Manufacturing Processes

18.3 ME29104 Industrial Fluid Power

18.4 ME49103 Refrigeration and Air-conditioning

18.5 ME49104 Theory of Machines and Machine Design

18.6 ME49105 Group Selection Credits

19 Course Syllabi for courses offered as Minor (For E&TC, Elex,
IT, CS, Instru. Engineering students)

19.1 ME29105 Machine Design Basics

19.2 ME39105 Basic Manufacturing Processes

19.3 ME29106 Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power

19.4 ME49105 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

19.5 ME49106 Theory of Machines and Machine Design

19.6 ME49107 Group Selection Credits

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ACADEMIC INFORMATION 152

o $ Please Refer Academic Information
o ! Please Refer F.E. Structure & Syllabi Booklet
o @ Please Refer GP-PD-OE Structure & Syllabi Booklet

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Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
B.E. (Mechanical Engineering)

PEO No. Description of the Objective
1
Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in mathematics, science and
engineering.
2
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments,
interpret and analyze data, and report results.
3
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design a mechanical system or a thermal
system or a process that meets desired specifications and requirements.
4
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to function on engineering and science
laboratory teams, as well as on multidisciplinary design teams.
5
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate and solve mechanical
engineering problems.
6
Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical
responsibilities.
7
Graduates will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written
forms.
8
Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global and
societal contexts.
9
Graduates should be capable of self-education and clearly understand the value of
lifelong learning.

10
Graduates will be broadly educated and will have an understanding of the impact
of Engineering on society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues.
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Graduates will be familiar with modern engineering software tools and equipment
to analyze mechanical engineering problems.







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MODULE III





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STRUCTURE MODULE III


Subject
No.
Subject
Code
Subject Name
Teaching Scheme
(Hrs/week)
Credits
Lect
.
Tutorial Practical
S1 ME21101 Mathematics 3 0 0 3
S2 ME20103 Kinematics and Mechanisms 3 0 0 3
S3 ME20105
Machine Drawing Computer
Aided Drafting
3 0 0 3
S4 ME21107
Metallurgy and Material
Science
3 0 0 3
T1 ME21201 Mathematics 0 1 0 1
T2 ME20203 Kinematics and Mechanisms 0 1 0 1
P1 ME20305
Machine Drawing Computer
Aided Drafting
0 0 2 1
P2 ME21307
Metallurgy and Material
Science
0 0 2 1
MP3 ME24401 Mini project 0 0 2 2
SD3 ME24301 Workshop Practice 0 0 2 1
GP3
HS25301
HS25303
Elective –Soft Skills 0 0 2 1
CVV1 ME20401 Comprehensive Viva Voce 1
OE3

ME26101
Institute Elective (Irrespective
of Module)
Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
2 0 0 2

Total 14 2 8 22













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Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037
Department of Mechanical Engineering

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FF No. : 654
Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: - Theory 3 Hrs/Week

Prerequisites: Engineering Mathematics I and Engineering Mathematics II
Objectives: By the end of this module students are expected to demonstrate the
Knowledge of
• Linear differential equations for modeling of linear systems and its solutions by
classical, Matrix and Transform techniques.
• Fourier series, Complex Fourier series, and frequency spectrum, Fourier
Transform and its properties, Solution of Partial differential equation by Fourier
Transform. Discrete Fourier Transform and inverse. Discrete Fourier Transform
• Laplace transform, Inverse Laplace transform. Application to solve engineering
problem.
• Method of separation of variables for Solving Partial differential equations.
• Differentiation and integration of vector functions, Gradient, divergence and curl
and its physical and geometrical interpretations. Gauss Divergence theorem and
Stokes Theorem.
Unit I

(8 Hrs)
Linear Differential equations of higher order
Homogeneous Linear differential equations of Second Order, Higher Order
Homogeneous & Non Homogeneous Linear Differential Equations with Constant
Coefficients, Solutions by undetermined coefficients and Variation of Parameter method ,
Euler – Cauchy Equation, Application of system of ordinary differential equations by
Matrix method .

Unit II
(8 Hrs)
Fourier Analysis
Fourier series of a periodic function, half range Fourier series, complex exponential form
for Fourier series, Fourier integrals, Fourier transforms, Fourier cosine and sine
transforms properties and applications.
Discrete Fourier transforms: properties and applications, Introduction to FFT.
Unit III (8 Hrs)
Laplace Transform
Laplace Transform and its properties. Laplace Transform of Unit step function, Delta
function and periodic function. Inverse Laplace Transform and its properties. Application
of Laplace Transform to Engineering Problems.

Unit IV (8 Hrs)
Applications of Partial Differential equations
ME21109::
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
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Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Classification of Partial Differential Equations. The method of separation of variables,
The heat & Wave equations. The equation of Laplace. Laplace & Fourier transform
techniques for solving Partial Differential Equations.
Unit V (8 Hrs)
Vector Calculus

Vector and scalar functions & fields, Derivative, Gradient of a scalar field,
Directional derivative, Divergence and curl of a vector field, vector identities,
Irrotational and solenoidal vectors and potential functions, line and surface
integrals, Green’s, Stoke’s and Gauss theorems and applications to Fluid
dynamics.
Unit VI (8 Hrs)
Self Study
Coupled Mass spring system, Solution of LDE by series method, Frobenius Method,
Application of Fourier series to physical systems that are governed by linear differential
equations and subjected to periodic forcing functions. Application of Laplace transform
for solving system of differential equations (mass spring system). D’Alembert’s solution
of partial differential equations. Application of vector calculus to fluid dynamics.
Text Books
1. “
Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Erwin Kreyszig, John Wiley and
sons, inc.
2. “Higher Engineering Mathematics”, B.S. Grewal, Khanna Publishers.
3. “
Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Michael D. Greenberg, Pearson
Education Asia.
Reference Books
1. “Advanced Calculus” by Murray R. Spiegel [Schaum’s out line series].
2. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, Dennis G. Zill and Michael R. Cullen,
Narosa Publishing House.
3. “ Signals and linear systems”, Robert A. Gabel, Richard A. Roberts, John Wiley
& sons.
Additional Reading
1. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, C. Ray Wylie, Louis C Barrett R,
McGraw-Hill Book company.
2. “ Applied Mathematics for Engineers and Physicsts”, Pipes and Harvill, McGraw-
Hill Book company.
3. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, Alan Jeffrey, Academic Press.
4. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, Dennis G. Zill and Michel R. Cullen,
Narosa Publishing House.
5. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, Peter O’neil, Cengage Learning.

ME20103 :: KINEMATICS AND MECHANISMS

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Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037
Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: - Theory 3 Hrs/Week

Prerequisites: Nil
Objectives:
• Study of fundamentals of kinematics and dynamics of machinery and mechanisms.
• To make students understand analytical and graphical methods of analysis of
mechanisms.
• To introduce the students to static and dynamic analysis of I. C. Engines.
• To introduce the students to friction in mechanisms.



Unit I (8 Hrs)
Terminology, Definitions and Assumptions
A. Links, kinematic pairs, kinematic constraints, kinematic chains, mechanisms, machine,
degree of freedom of pairs and mechanisms, four link chains and their inversions, four-
bar, single-slider and double-slider chains. Numericals and Applications.
Mechanisms with lower pairs: Universal (Hooke’s) Joint, Steering mechanisms –
Principle of correct steering, Ackerman steering mechanism, Davis steering mechanism.
B. Grubler and Kutzbach criteria, Grashof’s Law. Ratchets and Escapement mechanisms,
Swinging / Rocking mechanisms, Indexing mechanisms, Approximate and Exact Straight
line mechanisms.

Unit II (10 Hrs)
Graphical Velocity Analysis of Mechanisms
A. Instantaneous centre of velocity, Aronhold-Kennedy theorem of three centers, velocity
analysis using method of instantaneous centers, angular velocity ratio theorem.
Definition of velocity, angular velocity of a rigid body, relative velocity, velocity analysis
of mechanisms by graphical (Velocity Polygon) method. Friction in turning pairs,
Friction circle, Friction axis, Friction in mechanisms.
B. Indices of merit (mechanical advantage), centrodes. Rubbing velocity at turning pairs.

Unit III (8 Hrs)
Graphical Acceleration Analysis of Mechanisms
A. Definition of acceleration, angular acceleration of a link, relative acceleration,
acceleration polygon, Coriolis component of acceleration, acceleration analysis of
mechanisms by graphical ( Acceleration Polygon) method.
B. Instantaneous center of acceleration, Klein’s construction.
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Unit IV (7Hrs)
Analytical Velocity and Acceleration Analysis of Mechanisms
A. Vector loop closure equations, Velocity and acceleration analysis by vector method,
Chace solutions, method of kinematic coefficients.
Velocity and acceleration analysis of mechanisms by complex algebra method. Velocity
and acceleration analysis of slider-crank mechanism by analytical method.
B. Graphical Differentiation and Integration

Unit V (7Hrs)
Inertia Force Analysis
A. Radius of gyration of rigid bodies, Theory of Compound Pendulum, Two point mass
statically equivalent system, two point mass dynamically equivalent system, and
correction couple.
Static and Dynamic (Inertia) force analysis of I. C. Engine mechanism, Determination of
torque at the crank shaft to overcome the connecting rod inertia (Graphical and
Analytical approach).
B. Bi-filler and Tri-filler suspension. Inertia of geared systems.

Text Books
1. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms (Third edition)”, John Uicker Jr., Gordon R.
Pennock and J. E. Shigley, Oxford University Press.
2. “Theory of Machines”, S. S. Rattan, Tata McGraw-Hill Publication
3. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”, Amitabh Ghosh and A. K. Mallik, Affiliated
East-West Press Pvt Ltd.
Reference Books
1. “Theory of Machines”, Thomas Bevan, CBS Publications.
2. “Machines and Mechanisms Applied Kinematic Analysis”, David H. Myszka,
Pearson Education, Asia.
3. “Design of Machinery”, R. L. Norton, McGraw-Hill.
Additional Reading

1. “Theory of Machines”, R.S. Khurmi, Khanna Publications.




ME20105 :: MACHINE DRAWING AND COMPUTER AIDED
DRAFTING

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Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Credits: 02 Teaching Scheme: - Theory 2 Hrs/Week

Prerequisites: Nil
Objectives:
• To become conversant with the machine elements.
• To Learn, Read, Draw and understand production drawing.
• To Learn Computer Aided Drafting.


Unit I (8 Hrs)
AutoCAD and Auto LISP
AutoCAD: Introduction, Drawing, Modify, View, Drawing Settings and Aids ,Assist
commands, Saving and plotting
Auto LISP: Data types, User input and output, Math operators and functions,
Trigonometric functions, logical operator, String function, Data conversion functions,
List filtering functions, Decision making and looping

Unit II (8 Hrs)
Screwed fasteners
Introduction , thread nomenclature , Forms of threads, thread series, Threads Designation,
Multi-start threads, Right and left hand threads, Representation of threads , Bolts, Nuts,
Set-Screws, Stud, Locking arrangements for Nuts, Foundation bolt .

Unit III (8 Hrs)
Tolerances, Limits and Fits
ISO system of tolerancing Tolerance chart, hole base and shaft base system of
tolerancing, Limits, Basic types of fits (clearance, transition and interference) Judging
type of fit from dimensions and specified tolerance and applications. Numericals on
above topics.

Unit IV (8 Hrs)
Geometrical Tolerances and Surface Roughness
Geometrical Tolerances: Need of Geometrical Tolerances, Terminology, Tolerances for
Single Features such as Straightness, Flatness, Circularity, Cylindricity. Tolerances
for Related Features such as Parallelism, Perpendicularity, Angularity, Concentricity,
Tolerance Symbol and Value, Indicating Geometrical Tolerances on drawings.
Surface Finish: Introduction, Surface Roughness Number, Machine symbols, Indication
of Surface Roughness, Range of Roughness obtainable with different manufacturing
processes.
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Unit V (8 Hrs)
Riveted, Welded, and Pin Joints
Riveted Joints: Introduction, Rivets and riveting, Rivet Head, Definition, Classification
of riveted heads
Welded Joints: Introduction, Welded Joints and symbol, Dimensions of welds, Rules to
be observed while applying symbols, Welding process designations.
Pin Joints: cotter and knuckle joints, Keys.

Unit VI
IS Convention, Dimensioning Techniques (Self Study)
Measuring instruments like Vernier Calipers, Micrometer, Depth Gauge, Height Gauge,
and Dial Gauge.


Text Books
1. “Machine Drawing”, K.L. Narayana, P. Kannaiah and K. Venkata Raddy, New
Age International Ltd.
2. “Engg. Graphics and design with computer applications”, David I. Cooke and
Robert N. McDongal, Holt Sounders International edition.
3. “Machine Drawing”, Ajit Singh, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publications.
Reference Books
1. “Iinside Auto CAD”, D. Rakers and H. Rice, New riders/Micro tech Asian edition.
2. IS Code: SP46
3. “Machine Tool Design handbook”, CMTI, Tata McGraw Hill Publication.
Additional Reading
1. “Design data”, P.S.G. College of Technology, Coimbtore.
2. “Westermann Tables for metal Trade”, Wiley Publication
3. “Poduction Drawing”, K.L. Narayan, P. KannaiahandK. Venkata Reddy, New ages
international Ltd.
4. AutoCAD Reference Manual.
5. Auto LISP reference Manual.
6. Auto LISP in Plain English, ‘George O. Head’





ME21107 :: METALLURGY AND MATERIAL SCIENCE

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Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: - Theory 3 Hrs/Week

Prerequisites: : Nil
Objectives:
• To study engineering materials, their properties and testing.


Unit I (7 Hrs)
Introduction to Material Science
A. Classification of Engineering Materials, Future Trends. Structures and their property
relationship in relation to engineering materials Indexing of planes and directions. Plastic
deformation - Mechanisms. Deformation of Single crystal and Polycrystalline materials.
Numerical based on it. Imperfections in crystals. Dislocations, work hardening. Cold and
Hot working of metals.
B. Equilibrium diagrams; Related terms and definitions Hume Rothery's rule of solid
solubility. Cooling curves, Plotting of equilibrium diagrams, Isomorphous system.
Coring. Eutectic systems, Partial eutectic systems. Uses of eutectic alloys.

Unit II (7 Hrs)
Steels
A. Introduction to Metallography, micro and macro examination, metallurgical
microscope, etching.
Steels: iron-iron carbide equilibrium diagram, Critical temperatures, Allotropy, cooling
curve and volume changes of pure iron. Microstructure, non-equilibrium cooling of steel,
widmanstatten structure, structure property relationship.
B. Classification and applications of steels, specifications of some commonly used steels
like BIS, EN, AISI, SAE.

Unit III (8 Hrs)
Heat treatments of Steels
A. Introduction to heat treatment furnaces and Furnace atmospheres, Transformation
products of austenite, Time-temperature- transformation diagrams, Critical cooling rate,
Continuous cooling transformation diagrams. Heat treatment of steels Quenching media,
Annealing" Normalizing" Hardening" Retention of austenite" Effects of retained
austenite" Elimination of retained austenite, Tempering" Secondary hardening, Temper
embrittlement, Quench cracks, Hardenability testing".
B. Defects due to heat treatment and remedial measure.


Unit IV (8 Hrs)
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Surface Hardening and Isothermal Treatments
A. Carburising, heat treatment after carburising, Nitriding, Carbonitriding, Tuffride and
Sursulf process. Commercial heat treatment practice of gears of different sizes, tools,
springs. Isothermal heat treatments such as austempering, patenting, isoforming,
martempering, ausforrning.
B. Flame hardening and Induction hardening. Surface modification treatments like PVD,
CVD, Ion implantation, etc.

Unit V (10 Hrs)
Alloy Steels and Non-Ferrous Alloys
A. Alloy Steels - Effects of alloying elements, classification of alloying elements.
Stainless Steels, Sensitization of stainless steel, weld decay of stainless steel. Tool steels
and tool materials, Heat treatment of high-speed steel. Special purpose steels with
applications.
Copper alloys - Brasses, Bronzes-: Tin, Aluminium, Beryllium, Silicon Copper nickel
alloys, Nickel - Silver, Aluminium and aluminium alloys. Solders, Bearing materials and
their applications, Precipitation hardening alloys. High Temperature materials such as
Nimonics, Super alloys, Ti-alloys etc.
B. Cast irons- Classification, Gray cast iron, White cast iron, Malleable cast iron" Ductile
Iron, Chilled and alloy cast irons. Effects of various parameters on structures and
properties of cast irons, Heat treatments of cast iron. Applications of cast irons for
different components of machine tool, automobiles, pumps etc.

Text Books
1. “Material science and metallurgy for Engineers”, Kodgire V. D., Everest Publishing
House, Pune.
2. “Engineering Materials”, K. G. Bundinski and M. K. Bundinski, Prentice Hall of
India Pvt. Ltd, New- Delhi.
3. “An introduction to physical metallurgy”, Avner, TMH publication.
Reference Books
1. “Metallurgy for Engineers”, Rollason E. C., ELBS Publishing.
2. “Physical Metallurgy for Engineers”, Clark and Varney W. R., East-West Press Pvt.
Ltd., New Delhi.
3. “The science of engineering materials”, Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep Phule,
Thomson series.



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Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: - Tutorial 1 Hr/Week

Prerequisites:
Objectives:
• Same as the theory course


Unit I
2 assignments

Unit II
2 assignments

Unit III
2 assignments

Unit IV
2 assignments

Unit V
2 assignments

Unit VI
2 assignments








ME21201 :: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

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ME20203 :: KINEMATICS AND MECHANISMS



Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: - Tutorial 1 Hr/Week

Prerequisites: : Nil
Objectives:
• To make the student understand the fundamentals of kinematics and dynamics of
machines and mechanisms and various methods of mechanism analysis.
• To introduce the student to various mechanisms commonly used in mechanical
systems and their working and analysis.
• To introduce students to friction in mechanisms.



List of Tutorials


Unit I
A. A journal containing the record of the following:

1. An experiment on finding radius of gyration of a connecting rod using theory of
compound pendulum.
2. An experiment on finding radius of gyration of a body by using either the method of
Bi-filler or Tri-filler suspension.
3. Assignments :
i. Computer programme for velocity and acceleration analysis of slider -
crank mechanism.
ii. Computer programme for displacement, velocity and acceleration
analysis of a single Hooke’s joint.
iii. Problems on Inertia Force Analysis of I. C. Engine mechanism by
analytical method.
iv. Problems on Friction.


Unit II
B. Five (Half Imperial Size) drawing sheets containing graphical solutions as
follows :

1. Problems on drawing at least Four (04) typical mechanisms, of which Two (02)
must be Straight-Line mechanisms, in different positions (One Sheet).
2. Problems on velocity analysis by the instantaneous center method (One Sheet).
3. Problems on acceleration analysis (involving Coriolis component of acceleration)
by acceleration polygon method (Two Sheets).
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4. Problems on inertia force analysis of an I.C. Engine mechanism by graphical
method (One Sheet).

Text Books
1. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms (Third edition)”, John Uicker Jr., Gordon R.
Pennock and J. E. Shigley, Oxford University Press.
2. “Theory of Machines”, S. S. Rattan, Tata McGraw-Hill Publication
Reference Books
1. “Theory of Machines”, Thomas Bevan, CBS Publications.
2. “Machines and Mechanisms Applied Kinematic Analysis”, David H. Myszka,
Pearson Education, Asia.
3. “Design of Machinery”, R. L. Norton, McGraw-Hill.
4. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”, Amitabh Ghosh and A. K. Mallik,
Affiliated East-West Press Pvt Ltd.



















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ME20305 :: MACHINE DRAWING AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS



Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: - Laboratory 2 Hrs/Week

Prerequisites: Nil
Objectives:
• To make conversant with the machine element.
• To Learn Read, Draw and understand production Drawing.
• To Learn Computer Aided Drafting.


List of Practical


Unit I
One assignment based on IS conventions.
One assignment based on drawing the standard components like various Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Different Screws , Seals, Locking pins etc.

Unit II
Part and Assembly Drawing
Part and Assembly Drawing of eccentric, lathe tail stock, air valve, screw jack,
connecting rod, safety valve etc (Any one component).

Unit III
Assignment involving Tolerances, Geometrical tolerances and Surface finish

Unit IV
Programming in Auto LISP
a. Programming for standard Machine Components.(Nuts, bolts, threads, etc.,)
b. Programmes involving Decision Making and looping. (Drawing different types of
bolts, rivets etc)

Unit V
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One assignment on Dismantling, Assembly and Measurement of dimensions of a simple
mechanical assembly like Tailstock, Vice, Valves, Carburetor etc.
General study of measuring instruments used for measuring the dimensions, Dismantling
and assembly sequence, Qualitative observation of fits between different mating parts,
Application and working of the studied assembly, Use BOM
A detailed report on the above assignment is to be submitted in the form of a journal. One
Full Imperial sheet of details and assembly of this assignment should be prepared on
CAD.

Text Books
1. “Machine Drawing”, K.L. Narayana, P. Kannaiah and K. Venkata Raddy, New Age
International Ltd.
2. “Engg. Graphics and design with computer applications”, David I. Cooke and Robert
N. McDongal, Holt Sounders International edition.
3. “Machine Drawing”, Ajit Singh, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publications.
Reference Books
1. “Iinside Auto CAD”, D. Rakers and H. Rice, New riders/Micro tech Asian edition.
2. IS Code: SP46
3. “Machine Tool Design handbook”, CMTI, Tata McGraw Hill Publication.
Additional Reading
1. “Design data”, P.S.G. College of Technology, Coimbtore.
2. “Westermann Tables for metal Trade”, Wiley Publication
3. “Poduction Drawing”, K.L. Narayan, P. KannaiahandK. Venkata Reddy, New ages
international Ltd.
4. AutoCAD Reference Manual.
5. Auto LISP reference Manual.
6. Auto LISP in Plain English, ‘George O. Head’









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ME21307 :: METALLURGY AND MATERIAL SCIENCE



Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: - - Laboratory 2 Hr/Week

Prerequisites: : Nil
Objectives:



List of Practical

1. Specimen preparation for micro examination.
2. Study and drawing of microstructures of mild steel, medium carbon steel, eutectoid
steel and hypereutectoid steel.
3. Study and drawing of microstructures of white, malleable, grey and nodular cast iron.
4. Study and drawing of microstructures of alpha brass, alpha-beta brass, aluminum
bronze, tin bronze and bearing metal.
5. Study and drawing of microstructures of hardened steel, tempered steel.
6. Hardening of steel- study of effect of carbon on hardness of hardened steel.
7. Tempering of steels - study of effect of temperature on hardness of tempered steel.
8. Study of change in microstructure on annealing and normalizing of tempered steel.
9. Jominy Hardenability test on steel sample.

Text Books
1. "Material science and metallurgy for Engineers", Kodgire V. D., Everest
Publishing House, Pune.
2. “Engineering Materials”, K. G. Bundinski and M. K. Bundinski, Prentice Hall of
India Pvt. Ltd, New- Delhi.
Reference Books
1. "Metallurgy for Engineers", Rollason E. C., ELBS Publishing.
2. "Physical Metallurgy for Engineers", Clark and Varney W. R., East-West Press
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
3. "An introduction to physical metallurgy", Avner, TMH publication.
4. “The science of engineering materials”, Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep Phule,
Thomson series.



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ME24401 :: Mini Project

Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: - Practical 2 Hrs/Week

Prerequisite : Nil

Objectives:
• To train the students to apply their engineering knowledge to real life problem
solving.
ME24301 :: WORKSHOP PRACTICE



Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: - Laboratory 2 Hrs/Week

Prerequisites: : Nil
Objectives:
• To give ‘hands on experience’ of crafts-man ship, machining, and assembly.
• To make students familiar with different Work Trades.
• To develop quality and safety consciousness amongst the students.
• To develop respect towards labour work amongst the student.

List of Practical


Turning
Introduction and demonstrations of different lathe operations such as knurling, grooving,
drilling, boring, reaming, threading, etc., safety precautions.
Practical: One composite job involving the above mentioned operations.

Foundry
Introduction, uses of different foundry tools, sand preparation, mould preparation, metal
pouring, safety precautions, etc.
Practical: One job of casting.

Demonstrations
CNC machining: Demonstration on a CNC lathe machine
Machine Part Assembly: Demonstration and exercise on assembly of machine parts in a
group of students.

Note: - Students should wear safety apron and safety shoes during the practical.
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Text Books
1. “Workshop Technology Vol. I, II”, H. S. Bawa, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi
2. “Principles of Foundry Technology”, P. L. Jain, Tata McGraw-Hill New Delhi, 5
th

Edition 1995
Reference Books
1. “Production Technology”, HMT, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1
st
Edition 1987
2. “Maintenance Engineering Handbook”, Lindley R. Higgins, McGraw-Hill Inc.1995

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ACADEMIC
INFORMATION

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ACADEMIC INFORMATION

A) Mid Semester Examination


1. Students reporting in morning slot will have examination in morning slot. Those
in evening slot will have examination in evening slot.
2. 20 multiple choice based questions to be attempted in 30 minutes x no. of theory
courses i.e. 100 questions in 150 minutes for F.E., 80 questions in 120 minutes for
S.E., T.E.,B.E.,M.E., 20 questions in 30 minutes for Honors, Minor, Fast Track,
etc.
3. A scrambled mix of questions will be generated through software.
4. Mid Semester Examination will be based on Unit II & Unit III.
5. There will be one mark for each correct answer and (-) 0.25 marks for every
wrong answer.
6. For a typical 3 hour Mid Semester Examination, first 15 minutes would be used
for student attendance, record keeping, seat allocation, log in procedure if any,
etc. Next 150 minutes for actual examination. A timer indicating time remaining
to be provided by ERP. 15 minutes for processing & results.
7. A visual alarm / flash would be given 10 minutes before completion of 150
minutes as a warning. For auto generation of every theory course result out of 20
and dispatch of the marks on student mobile and mail ID as well as parent mail
ID.
8. No repeat examination under any circumstances.

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B) Seminar – Conduct, Evaluation, etc.


Seminar– (T.E.- Semester I)


1. Review – I: during Mid Semester Examination (Compulsory) as per the Academic
Calendar.
2. Review – II : The last week of November (Optional)
3. For poor performing students identified by the examination panel, a second
review to be taken. Review II optional for other students. For Review II,
deduction of 10 marks will take place.
4. Seminar is an individual activity with separate topic and presentation.
5. Duration of presentation – 20 minutes
Question and answer session – 10 minutes


Seminar Evaluation Scheme
:


1. Attendance during Semester – 10 marks
2. Attendance during Seminar presentation self & peer – 10 marks
3. Relevance of Seminar topic – 10 marks
4. Timely Abstract submission – 10 marks
5. Literature review – 10 marks
6. Technical contents – 10 marks
7. Presentation – 25 marks
8. Question & answer Session – 15 marks
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C) Equivalence



For the courses belonging to 2008 structure counseling sessions for failure students will
be arranged. The Head of Department will appoint faculty identified as subject experts
as counselors. The previous examination scheme i.e.

Class Test – 10 marks
T.A. through Home assignment – 10 marks
A written paper MSE – 30 marks
A written paper ESE – 50 marks

Will be followed. The entire processing based on 2008 structure related coding scheme
will be followed. Counseling + Administration + Examination charges will be the basis
for fees considered for such students.










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D) Extra Credits


A student planning to take extra credits may be considered under following categories :

(a) A student carrying a backlog and re-registering for the previous course – Re-
registration charges as applicable. Consideration of all courses registered for during
that Semester of Academic Year for SPI calculation.
(b) Student planning to take extra courses as a fast track opportunity – Administration,
processing and examination charges will be considered. In any case the student has
to pay the college fees for four years. This fast track facility would enable the
student to undergo an industrial training, an exchange programme, research
contribution in I.I.T. under scheme such as KVPY without any academic
compromises for credit transfer. The phasewise development and completion of
project activity cannot be considered at an accelerated pace under fast track scheme.
The registration under fast track is subject to having a CPI 8.0 or above and no
backlog for consideration of registration to an additional course.
(c) Students opting for earning extra credits by selection of courses in addition to the
courses prescribed by respective BOS which are single Semester activities and not
the part of Honors / Minor scheme. Such students will be expected to pay charges
equivalent to re-registration (proportionate credit based payment). The registration
for such courses is subject to permission given by the Chairman BOS of the Board in
the purview of which the subject is identified. Such permissions will be given based
on meeting with prerequisite subject.
1. In any case (a), (b) or (c) the candidate cannot register for more than 8 credits.
2. A suitable reflection of completion of the said course will be made in the
candidate’s Grade statement.
For part (c) a separate grade & GPA will be calculated. That GPA will not be
clubbed with the other regular courses for SPI, CPI calculation.
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E) Home Assignment


A Home Assignment Calendar for Semester is prepared as under:
Week No. Activity
1 No Home Assignments
2 No Home Assignments
3 No Home Assignments
4 S1 / S2 – HA1
5 S3 / S4 / S5* - HA1
6 S1 / S2 – HA2
7 S3 / S4 / S5* - HA2
8 S1 / S2 – HA3
9 S3 / S4 / S5* - HA3
10 S1 / S2 – HA4
11 S3 / S4 / S5* - HA4
12 S1 / S2 – HA5
13 S3 / S4 / S5* - HA5
14 No Home Assignments
15 No Home Assignments
16 No Home Assignments

The Home Assignments will be based on the self study component i.e. part B of every
theory course syllabus. The Saturday or last working day will be the default deadline for
submission of Home Assignment of that week. For example by the Saturday ending
Week No. 9, Home Assignment No. 3 for subject S3/ S4/ S5 (if applicable) must be
submitted.
*S5 can be OE1 / OE2 / OE3 / Honors/ Minor / Re-registration category (a) / Category
(b) / Category (c).
1. For subjects S1, S2, S3, S4 & S5 (if any), the composition of the Teacher
Assessment marks will be as follows :
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S1,S2 with Tutorial S3,S4,S5 without
Tutorial
Home Assignment 30 marks 30 marks
Tutorial 30 marks
Test 30 marks 30 marks
Attendance :
(a) > 90%
(b) 75% to 90%
(c) <75%

10 marks
5 marks
0 marks

10 marks
5 marks
0 marks
100 marks converted to
15 marks
70 marks converted to 15
marks

Explanation
:

1. Tutorials to be conducted with continuous assessment throughout the Semester.
Final assessment out of 30 marks for Tutorial.
2. Class Test to be conducted during a regular theory class within the time period
mentioned in the Academic Calendar.
3. Class Test marks are to be entered immediately as mentioned in Academic
Calendar.
4. Attendance percentage to be calculated at the end of Semester after completing all
lectures as per the lesson plan.







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F) Mini Project


Teaching Scheme: Theory – 0 ; Tutorial – 0 ; Laboratory – 2 Hrs / week

For F.E., S.E. & T.E. students in every Semester a Mini Project be carried out.
The objectives behind the Mini Project are:

1. Scope for creativity
2. Hands on experience
3. Academic occupancy


Mini Project will be based on all subjects of that Semester except GP.

1. The Semester Mini Project will be for a group of 3 to 5 students. Head of
Department to appoint Mini Project Guides. 2 credits will be awarded to the
candidate after the viva voce and project demonstration at the End of
Semester.
2. Group formation, discussion with faculty advisor, formation of the Semester
Mini Project statement, resource requirement, if any should be carried out in
the earlier part of the Semester. The students are expected to utilize the
laboratory resources before or after their contact hours as per the prescribed
module.

The Assessment Scheme will be:
(a) Continuous Assessment 50 marks
(b) End Semester 50 marks
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G) Project Stage I Evaluation


The project activity is broken in 3 stages:

The Project Stage I will be in T.E Semester II irrespective of student module. The
evaluation of Project Stage I will be as follows:

Group formation & attendance / reporting to guide 20 marks
Topic finalization / Statement 20 marks
Literature Survey 20 marks
Abstract 20 marks
Presentation 20 marks

Project Stage II and Project Stage III evaluations will be based on Department specific
norms.












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H) Composition for Selection of 5 Credits for Honors / Minor Course
(Applicable for B
11
and A
11
Patterns)

(A) Comprehensive Viva Voce – Compulsory at the end of Semester VIII – 1 Credit
(B) Elective Component
a. Laboratory courses – Maximum Credits - 2
(for award of 1 Credit the lab course would have a teaching scheme of 2 Hrs. /
week and a plan of 12 practicals). The credit to be awarded as per the ISA and
ESA guidelines for the compulsory lab courses.

b. Research publication – Maximum Credits – 1
(Research Publication in a Magazine / Transaction / Journal as decided by the
honors / minor co-ordinator)

c. Seminar - Maximum Credits – 1
(Seminar to be given on a topic consistent with the scope of the Honors or Minor.
The topic Selection is to be approved by the honors / minor co-ordinator. The
assessment and evaluation scheme would as per the guidelines used for Technical
Seminar at UG level by respective Dept.)

d. Honors / Minors Project – Maximum Credits – 2
(Project Topic and Scope, its progress and final assessment consistent with the
scope of the Honors or Minor. The topic Selection is to be approved by the honors
/ minor co-ordinator. The assessment would as per the guidelines and evaluation
scheme used for Project Work at UG level by respective Dept.)

e. Industrial Training – Maximum credits – 4
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(An Industrial Training in an Industry identified by the student, approved by the
honors / minor co-ordinator & Head of Department. The assessment would as per
the guidelines and evaluation scheme used for Industrial Training at UG level by
respective Dept.)




Note :


a. 4 Credits would be awarded to the students for a complete 12 Week Industrial
Training and meeting with the assessment and evaluation requirements

b. Provision can be made for the students unable to procure a 12 week Industrial
Training. A 4 week or 8 week Industrial Training may also be offered. 2 credits
will be awarded for 8 week Industrial Training and 1 Credit would be awarded
to the students for a 4 Week Industrial Training, meeting with the assessment
and evaluation requirements

c. No Industrial Training less than 4 weeks be considered for award of 1 Credit

d. No cumulative addition of Industrial Training period would be considered for
award of credits

The student is expected to earn 1 Credit from Part (A) and remaining 4
Credits from Part (B)