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ME 101

WORKSHOP

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Second Semester

0

0

3

3


(All Branch)






1. General safety precautions in workshop and introduction.


2.
Carpentry Shop

:
-

Safety precaution, Kinds of wood and timber, Application of timber as per their classification,
Ca
rpentry hand tools and machines, Demonstration of wood working machine like, band saw,
circular saw, thickness planner, wood working lathe, surface planners etc.

Exercise : Different types of carpentry joint.


3.
Smithy Shop

:
-

Safety precaution, Differe
nt types of forging tools, Study of furnace, Operation in Smithy shop.

Exercise : A simple job on Smithy.


4.
Welding Shop
:
-

Safety precaution in welding shop, Introduction to gas and arc welding, Soldering and brazing
etc, Welding equipment and wel
ding material

Exercise: A simple job on gas/arc welding.


5.
Pattern Moulding

:
-


Pattern making process, Types of pattern and their allowances and their uses, Moulding tools,
Materials and moulding method.


6.
Fitting Shop

:
-

Safety precaution, Introd
uction to fitting shop tools, equipment, Operation and their uses,
Marking and measuring practice.

Exercise : A simple job using fitting tools and equipments.


7.
Turning And Machine Shop

:
-

Safety precautions, Demonstration and working principles of som
e of the general machines,
like lathe, shaper, milling ,drilling , grinding, slotting etc. General idea of cutting tools of the
machines.

Exercise : A simple job on lathe/ shaper.


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ME 102

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

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Second Semester

3

1

0

8


(All Branch)













PART


I : STATICS

Fundamental of Mechanics
: Introduction to mechanics; Basic concepts


mass, space, time
and force; Particles and rigid bodies; Scalers and vectors; Free, sliding, fixed and unit vec
tors;
Addition, subtraction and multiplication of two vector; Definition of a force; Classification of
forces; Principle of transmissibility



3

Force systems;
Introduction to different force systems; Composition of forces


triangle,
parallelogram and polygo
n law of forces, and addition of two parallel forces; Resolution
of forces; Moment of a force, Varignon’s theorem; Couple of forces; Force
-

couple
system; Resultant of a force system; Equilibrium conditions for a force system; Free body
diagram; Different

types of support reactions.


Distributed Forces
: Line, area and volume distributions of forces; Centre of gravity;
Centre of mass; Centroid of plane figure; Centre of composite figure.


Moment of Inertia
: Area and mass moments of inertia; Perpendicular
and parallel axes
theorems of moment of inertia; Radius of gyration.


Plane Truss:
Statically determinate trusses; Force analysis of a truss
-

method of joints,
method of section and graphical method (Maxwell diagram)


Dry Friction:
Laws of dry friction
; Co
-
efficient of friction ; Angle and cone of friction;
Angle of repose; Applications of friction

wedges and screw
-
jacks.


Virtual Work:
Work done by forces and couples; Virtual displacement and virtual work;
Principle of virtual work for equilibrium bo
dies; Active force diagram; Degree of
freedom.


PART


II: DYNAMICS

Kinematics of Particles:
Differential equations of kinematics


plane, rectilinear and
curvilinear motions; Cartesian co
-
ordinate system; Normal and tangent co
-
ordinate
system, projectil
e motion.


Kinetics of Particles:
Newton’s second law of motion; Work and energy principle


gravitational potential energy, elastic potential energy, kinetic energy, power, efficiency;
Principle of impulse and momentum; Impact motion
-

direct central impac
t.



4

Rotation of Rigid Bodies: K
inematics of rotation; Kinetics of rotation
-

equation of motion,
principle of work and energy; Principle of impulse and momentum’

.

Plane Mmotion of Rigid Bodies

Translation of a rigid body in a plane; Kinematics of plane
motion; Instantaneous center of rotation; Kinetics of plane motion


equation of motion ,
principle of work and energy; Principle of impulse and momentum.






Reference Books:


1

Engineering Mechanics

K. L. Kumar

Tata McGraw Hill

2

Engineering Mechanic
s
-
Statics

J.L.Meriam &
L.G.Kraige

John Wiley&Sons,Inc

3

Engineering Mechanics
-
Dynamics

J.L.Meriam &
L.G.Kraige

John Wiley&Sons,Inc

4

Vector Mechanics for
Engineers
-
, Statics

F. P. Beer & E. R.
Johnston

Tata McGraw Hill

5

Vector Mechanics for Enginee
rs
-

, Dynamics

F. P. Beer & E. R.
Johnston

Tata McGraw Hill

6

Engineering Mechanics
-
,
Statics

R.C. Hibbeler

Pearson Education Asia

7

Engineering Mechanics
-
,
Dynamics

R.C. Hibbeler

Pearson Education Asia

8

Engineering Mechanics

S.Timoshenko and
D.
H.Young

McGraw Hill





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Existing old
Syllabi
from 3
rd

sem to 8
th

sem




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ME 201

BASIC THERMODYNAMICS

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Third Semester

3

1

0

8


(
Mechanical Engineering Branch
)






Concepts Of Thermodynamics

:
-

Macroscopic and Micr
oscopic, System and its Classification, Thermodynamic State, Properties,
Process and Cycles, Thermodynamic Equilibrium, Concept of Temperature, Temperature Scale,
Energy Interactions ( Work Transfer and its Different Modes, Heat Transfer).


First Law Of Th
ermodynamics

:
-

First Law applied to Non Flow as well as Flow Processes, Concepts of internal Energy, Enthalpy,
Specific Heats, PMMI, Energy Equations for Flow Systems, Application of Energy Equations to
different Engineering Components.

Second Law Of Ther
modynamics

:
-

Need of the Second Law, Preliminary definitions, Different statements of the Second Law of
Thermodynamics and their equivalence, Reversibility and Irreversibility, Causes of
Irreversibility, Reversible Cycles, Carnot Theorem, Absolute Thermod
ynamic Temperature
Scale.

Entropy

:
-

Clausius Theorem and Inequality, Entropy Principle, Entropy and Disorder, Evaluation of
Entropy change during various processes, T
-
S and H
-
S diagrams, Concept of Third Law of
Thermodynamics.

Properties Of Substances

:
-

Gases
-

Equation of state of an Ideal Gas, Specific Heats, Internal Energy, Enthalpy and
Entropy change of Ideal Gases.

Equation of state of Real Gases, Principle of corresponding state,

Compressibility Factor

Steam
-

Definition of Sensible Heat, L
atent Heat, Saturation Temperature, Quality, Evaluation
of Properties from Steam Table and Mollier Diagram.

Auxiliary Functions

:
-


6

Availability of Non
-
Flow as well as Flow Processes, Gibb”s Function, Helmholtz Function,
Maxwell Relation, T
-
ds Equations, Cl
apeyron Equation, Concept of energy

Reference books
:

1. Engineering Thermodynamics By P .K. Nag,


Tata McGraw Hill Publ.

2. Engineering Thermodynamics By Rogers and Mayhew, Pearson Education Publication

3. Basic Thermodynamics

By Ziemansky,


McGraw Hill Publication




ME 202

THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES

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Third Semester

3

1

0

8


(
Mechanical Engineering Branch
)






Elements of kinematic chain, Mechanism, Their inversions, Mobility and range of mo
vements,
Miscellaneous mechanisms, Straight line generating mechanisms, Intermittent motion
mechanism.




Synthesis Of Mechanism
:
-

Number synthesis


Grabler`s criteria, Grashof`s law of mobility of a four bar mechanism,
Transmission angle


de
termination of minimum value.


Governors

:
-

Types and application, Characteristic of centrifugal governors


controlling forces, stability,
sensitivity ness, isochronism, capacity and coefficient of insensitivity ness, Spring controlled
governors of Hartne
l and Hartung types, Effect of friction, Effort and power.


Balancing

:
-

Static and dynamic force diagram, Inertia forces and their balancing for rotating and
reciprocating machines, Identification of inertia forces for reciprocating masses in engine
me
chanisms, Partial primary balance of single cylinder engines and uncontrolled locomotives,
Balancing of multi cylinder in line engines, V
-

twin engines, Radial engines


direct and
reverse crank methods.




7

Reference books
:

1. Theory Of Machines


By Beven T

2. Mechanisms And Dynamics Of Machines

By H.H. Mabic& C.F.Reinholtz,



John Willey & Sons Publishing Co.


3. Theory Of Mechanisms And Machines

By A.Ghosh & A.G. Ambekar , Jain







Brothers, New Delhi



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ME 203

MACHINE DRAWING

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C


Third Semester

1

0

2

4


(
Mechanical Engineering Branch
)





PART

I


ISI conventions, Practice in drawing, Inking and colouring, Surface finish, Fits and tolerance to
be indicated on working drawings, Orthographic projection of
different types of composite
material.









PART


II


Assembly and working drawings of the following

:
-

i)

Stuffing box, ii) Foot step bearing, plumber block, swivel bearing, iii) Screw jack, iv) Cross
head of steam engine, connecting rod, eccentric

sleeve, v) Valves:
-

two way and three way
stop valves, safety lever, spring loaded valve, blow of cock, feed check valve, non return
valve, vi) Machine vice: three jaw chuck, tail stock, shaper tool holder, milling jig, drilling
jig.

Note :
-

Part


1 is
only for practice, no examination.


Reference books
:

1. Machine Drawing

By N.D. Bhatt

2. A Text Book of Machine Drawing

By R.K. Dhawan, S. Chand & Company
Publishing house

3. A Text Book of Machine Drawing


By P.S. Gill, S.K. Kataria & Sons Publisher


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ME 205

WORKSHOP
-
II

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Third Semester

0

0

2

2


(
Mechanical Engineering Branch
)









Welding Shop :
-

Detail study of welding equipments, Materials and operations, Gas welding, Arc welding, MIG,
TIG, Submerged arc welding, Spot welding and practice on these welding equipments.


Pattern And Mould Shop :
-



Detail description of pattern, Moulding and casting, Making pattern, moulding and casting.


Turning And Machine Shop :
-

Detail study of machines like lathe, shaper, grinder and their maintenance, Power transmission
system and working principles, Marking
and measuring of jobs. Jobs having number of
operations in different machine tools.








ME 205

INTRODUCTION TO INSTRUMENTATION

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P

C


Fourth Semester

3

0

0

6


(Mechanical Engineering
Branch)






Generalized measurement system, Measurement terminology


Calibration, Accuracy,
Precision, Sensitivity, Threshold, Hysteresis, Dead space, errors in measurements, Dynamic
characteristic of simplified measuring system, Characteristic of first

order and second order
systems.


9


Transducer elements


Analog transducers, Digital transducers, Intermediate elements


Amplifier, Compensator, Differentiating and Integrating elements, Filters, Data transmission
elements.

Indicating and recording element
s


Digital voltmeters, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO`S ),
Galvanometric recorders, Data acquisition systems.


Strain measurement


types of electrical resistance strain gauges, Theory of operation, Gauge
material, Gauge factor, Mounting techniques, Moistu
re proofing, Calibration circuits, Strain
measurement in static and rotating shafts, Proper orientation of gauges, Commercial strain
measuring system.


Measurement of Force, Torque and Pressure.

Force


Hydraulic and pneumatic load cells, elastic force dev
ices.


Pressure

moderate pressure measurement, high pressure measurement, low pressure (Vacuum)
measurement, elastic pressure measurement devices.


Torque


Transmission dynamometer, Absorption dynamometer.


Temperature

Temperature measurement using chan
ge in physical properties, electrical type
temperature sensors, radiation thermometry.

Flow measurement


Head type area flow meter, solid flow meter, electrical type (Hot wire
Anemometer) and accelerometers.


Miscellaneous Instruments in Industrial and E
nvironmental application
-

Environmental air
pollution measurement, gas chromatography.


Reference books
:

1. Mechanical Measurement

By Buck and Beckwith, Addison
-

Wisley Publication
Co, P. Ltd

2. Measurement Systems

By D
oeblin, McGraw Hill Publishers

3. Instrument Measurement And Analysis

By B.C. Nakra, K.K. Chowdhry, Tata McGraw
Hill Publishers



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ME 206

THERMODYNAMICS
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II


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Fourth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)







Thermodynamic property relations:

Maxwell relation, Clapeyron equation, general relations for du, dh, ds, C
v
and C
p
, Joule
-
Thomson coefficient,

h,

u and

s of real

gases.


Gas Power Cycle
:

Basic considerations in the analysis of power cycles, air
-
standard assumptions, an overview of
reciprocating engines, its classification, engine components, working principle of 2
-
stroke and
4
-
stroke engines, valve timing diagrams
, engine performance parameters, Otto, Diesel and dual
cycles, Stirling and Ericsson cycles, simple Brayton cycle, Brayton cycle with regeneration,
reheating and intercooling


Vapour power cycle
:

Carnot cycle, Rankine cycle, actual vapour power cycle proce
sses, reheat cycle, regenerative
cycle, feed water heaters (open and closed), characteristics of an ideal working fluid in vapour
power cycle, binary vapour cycles, thermodynamics of combined cycles.


Reciprocating air compressor:

Single stage and multista
ge air compressors, work done per cycle, compressor capacity and
power computation, volumetric efficiency and isothermal efficiency, effect of clearance ratio on
volumetric efficiency, intercooler and after cooler.


Combustion processes
:

Fuels and combusti
on, theoretical and actual combustion processes, enthalpy of formation and
enthalpy of combustion, first law analysis of reacting systems (combustion processes), steady

11

flow system and closed system, adiabatic flame temperature, entropy change of reacting
systems, second law analysis of reacting systems.



Reference books
:

1.Engineering Thermodynamics

P K Nag

Tata McGraw Hill

2. Engineering Thermodynamics

Rogers and Mayhew

Pearson
education

3. A Tex
t Book on Classical Thermodynamics

M J Moran

John Wiley &sons.


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ME 210

MECHANICS OF FLUIDS
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Fourth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)







Introduction:

Introductory concepts and definit
ions: fluids and solids, continuum. Fluid mechanics, system,
control volume, stress at a point and rate of strain. Properties and classification of fluids.


Fluid Statics:

Pascals’s law, hydrostatic law, measurement of pressure, forces on submerged plane a
nd curved
surfaces, buoyancy, metacenter.


Kinematics of Fluids:

Introduction, scalar and vector fields, flow field and description of fluid motions, existence of
flow.


Conservation Equations:

System, conservation of mass, conservation of momentum and con
servation of energy.



12

Applications of Equations of Motion and Mechanical Energy:

Introduction, Bernoulli’s equation in irrotational flow, measurement of flow rate through pipe,
flow through orifices and mouthpieces.


Principles of Physical Similarity and
Dimensional Analysis:

Introduction, concept and type of physical similarity, applications of dynamic similarity,
dimensional analysis.


Laminar and Turbulent Flows:

Introductions, definitions of laminar and turbulent flows, laminar flow through a circular
pipe,
laminar flow between parallel plates, laminar flow through an annulus, hydrodynamic
lubrication.


References
:


1.

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines: S.K. Som and G. Biswas
-




Tata McGraw Hill.

2.

Engineering Fluid Mechanics: K.L. Kumar, Eurasia Publishing House (P) Ltd

3.

Fluid Mechanics: A.K. Jain, Khanna Publishers

4.

Fluid Mechanics: Streeter and Willy,

McGraw Hill


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ME 211

MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
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Fourth Semester

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(Mechanical Engg)







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Properties of materials


definition

Simple stresses and Strains

Uni
-
axial Stress and, strain, type of

stresses, stress
-
strain curve, elastic limit, Hooke’s law,
factor of safety, elastic constants, bars of varying sections, bars of composite sections,
elongation due to self weight, bars of uniform strength,.

Transformation of stresses,

Stresses on inclin
ed plane, Mohr’s circle, stresses on inclined plane due to normal and shear
stresses, principal plane, principal stresses and strains.

Bending moments and Shear forces

Types of beams, type of loads, type of supports, SF and BM , sign convention, SF and BM
diagrams for cantilever, simple supported and overhanging beams, Relationship between rate of
loading, SF and BM.

Theory of bending, assumptions, neutral axis and moment of resistance, bending stresses in
symmetrical sections, section modulus, composite be
ams.

Shear stresses in beams.

Torsional stresses in shafts

Analysis of torsional stresses, power transmitted,

Combined bending and direct Stresses, resultant stresses for column of rectangular section
subjected to eccentric load, limit of eccentricity fo
r no tension.

Thin Shells

Thin cylinders and spherical shells, stresses, strains and volumetric changes.

Deflection of beams

Re;lationship among curvature, slope and deflections, slope and deflection for cantilever and
s.s. beams, Machaulay’s method.

Refer
ence Books
:

1

Strength of
Materials

G.H.Ryder

ELBS & Macmilan

2

Mechanics of
Materials

Pytel &
Singer

Harper Collins Publishers India Pvt. Ltd.,
New Delhi

3

Strength of
Materials

U.C. Jindal

Umesh Publication, New Delhi.


14

5

Mechanics of
Materials

Bee
r &
Johnston

Tata McGraw
-
Hill, New Delhi


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ME 207 MATERIAL SCIENCE L T P C






Fourth semester



3 1 0 8

(Mechanical Engineering Department)



Ch
apter 1:
Crystal Structure

Unit cells, The face centered cubic crystal structure, The body centered cubic crystal structure,
The hexagonal close packed structure, Crystallographic directions and planes, Determination of
crystal structures, Crystal defects.


Chapter 2:
Mechanical Properties of Metals


Concepts of stress and strain, Tension tests, Compression and Shear tests, Elastic deformation
-

Stress
-
Strain behavior, Plastic deformation, Tensile properties, Yielding and yield strength,
Ductility, Toughness
, True stress and strain, Elastic recovery during plastic deformation, Creep
, Fatigue, Proof stress.


Chapter 3:
Stability of Phases and Equilibrium

Liquid solid transition, Phase equilibrium diagrams, Cooling curves, The liver rule, Iron
-
Iron
carbide equ
ilibrium diagram.


Chapter 4:
Crystallization


Nucleation, Homogeneous nucleation, Heterogeneous nucleation, Crystal growth.


Chapter 5:
The heat treatment of steel


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Full annealing, Spheroidizing, Normalizing, The isothermal transformation diagram,
Continu
ous cooling transformation diagram, Tampering, Hardenability, application of heat
treatment for gear, thread etc.


Chapter 6:
Cast Iron

Classification of CI, production of various types of cast iron and their applications.



Reference books:


1.


Engineering
Physical Metallurgy By Y.Lakhtia, Mir Publishers,


Moscow

2.

Physical Metallurgy Principle By A.G.Guy, McGraw Hill



Publications


3. Introduction to Physical Metallurgy By Sidney H. Avner, Tata McGraw


Hill Publishers.


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ME 208

M.E. Lab
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Fourth Semester

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2

2


(Mechanical Engg)







(List of experiments)


1.

Calibration of pressure gauge

2.

Valve timing diagram of a horizontal diesel engine

3.

Determination of air
-
fuel ratio for a S.I. engine

4.

Determination of height of a given specim
en by Vernier height gauge

5.

Determination of length of a given specimen by Vernier depth gauge

6.

Study of boiler mountings and accessories

7.

Determination of viscosity of a given fluid by redwood viscometer

8.

Determination of velocity of air by Pietometer


16

9.

Calibr
ation of thermocouple


Reference books:

1.

I.C. Engine by V. Ganeshan

2.

Thermodynamics by P.K.Nag

3.

Workshop Technology by Chapmann

4.

Instrumentation by Dublin

5.

Fluid Mechanics by Som and Biswas


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ME 209

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

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F
ourth Semester

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2

2


(Mechanical Engg)






(List of experiments)


1.

Determination of meta
-
centric height

2.

Impact of jet

3.

Orifice meter

4.

V
-
notch

5.

Bernoulli’s Theorem

6.

Venturimeter

7.

Coefficient of Orifices


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8.

Losses in Pipe Flow

9.

Preliminary experiments on airflo
w bench

10.

Preliminary experiments on Kaplan turbine


Reference books:

1.

Fluid Mechanics by Som and Biswas

2.

Fluid Mechanics by K.L. Kumar



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ME 301

ENGINEERING INSPECTION AND QUALITY
CONTROL

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C


Fifth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanic
al Engineering Branch)






Interchangeable system of manufacture, Types of interchangeability, Limit gauge, Taylor`s
principle of gauging, Design of inspection gauges.

Surface texture, Numerical assessment of surface texture, use of Stylus type instru
ments.

Measurements of gear elements, Gear errors, Measurement of thread elements, Thread errors.

Mechanical, Optical, Opto
-

mechanical, Pneumatic comparators.

Optical principles of measurements, Tools maker’s microscopes.

Principles of measurements by met
hod of interferometry, NPL gauge interferometer.

Causes of variation in quality characteristics, Principles of quality control by the use of control
charts.

Reference books
:

1. Engineering Metrology

By R.K. Jain, Khanna Publishers


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2. Engineeri
ng Metrology

By I.C. Gupta, Dhanpat Rai & Sons Publication Pvt Ltd

3. Engineering Metrology

By Khare and Vajpayee, Oxford & IBH Publisher



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ME 302

INTRODUCTION TO INSTRUMENTATION

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P

C


Fifth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Generalized measurement system, Measurement terminology


Calibration, Accuracy,
Precision, Sensitivity, Threshold, Hysteresis, Dead space, errors in measurements, Dynamic
characteristic of simplified measuring system
, Characteristic of first order and second order
systems.


Transducer elements


Analog transducers, Digital transducers, Intermediate elements


Amplifier, Compensator, Differentiating and Integrating elements, Filters, Data transmission
elements.

Indicat
ing and recording elements


Digital voltmeters, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO`S ),
Galvanometric recorders, Data acquisition systems.


Strain measurement


types of electrical resistance strain gauges, Theory of operation, Gauge
material, Gauge factor, Mo
unting techniques, Moisture proofing, Calibration circuits, Strain
measurement in static and rotating shafts, Proper orientation of gauges, Commercial strain
measuring system.


Measurement of Force, Torque and Pressure.

Force


Hydraulic and pneumatic load

cells, elastic force devices.


Pressure

moderate pressure measurement, high pressure measurement, low pressure (Vacuum)
measurement, elastic pressure measurement devices.


Torque


Transmission dynamometer, Absorption dynamometer.


Temperature

Temperatu
re measurement using change in physical properties, electrical type
temperature sensors, radiation thermometry.

Flow measurement


Head type area flow meter, solid flow meter, electrical type (Hot wire
Anemometer) and accelerometers.


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Miscellaneous Instru
ments in Industrial and Environmental application
-

Environmental air
pollution measurement, gas chromatography.


Reference books
:

1. Mechanical Measurement

By Buck and Beckwith, Addison
-

Wisley Publication
Co, P. Ltd

2. Measurement Systems


By Doeblin, McGraw Hill Publishers

3. Instrument Measurement And Analysis

By B.C. Nakra, K.K. Chowdhry, Tata McGraw
Hill Publishers



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ME
303

MAN
UFACTURING PROCESS



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Fifth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)





Lathe :
-

Classification, Operations performed on a lathe


turning, step turning, facing, boring, use of
form tools, parting, grooving, knurling, drilling, tape
r turning
-
with different methods, and
thread cutting
-
with calculation for gear trains etc.

Calculation for cutting speed, feed, depth of cut and machining time for simple turning
operations.


Capstan And Turret Lathes

:
-

Introduction, Comparison between ca
pstan, turret and engine lathe, Comparison between a
capstan and a turret lathe, Turret indexing mechanisms (cutting tools and tool holders used with
turret lathe ), Turret tooling layout.


Shaper

:
-

Classification, Shaper mechanisms


Crank and slotted le
ver quick return mechanism, Feed
mechanism, Operations performed on shaper


machining horizontal, vertical, angular surfaces,
cutting slots, grooves, key ways, machining irregular surfaces, Splines and gear cutting.


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Calculations for cutting speed, feed, d
epth of cut and machining time for simple shaping
operations.



Planer

:
-

A planning machine, Classification, Comparison between shaper and planer.


Milling Machine

:
-

Classification, Fundamentals of milling processes


peripheral milling, up milling and d
own
milling, face milling, end milling, Different operations performed on milling machine and
dividing heads, Methods


direct, simple, compound indexing, Plain and simple dividing head,
Universal dividing head, Milling of spur gear, Plain milling cutter.


Drilling Machine

:
-

Classification, Operation performed on drilling machine, Twist drill nomenclature.


Grinding Machines

:
-

Classification, Different grinding processes, Grinding wheel


components(wheel materials),
grit, grade and structure, Standard ma
rking system of grinding wheels.

Glazing and loading in wheels, Dressing and true balancing, Mounting of grinding wheels.


Introduction To Non
-
conventional Machining

:
-

Electrical discharging machining(EDM), Plasma arc machining(PAM), Electron
-
beam
machini
ng(EBM), Laser
-
beam machining(LBM), Abrasive jet machining(AJM), Ultrasonic
machining(USM), Electro
-
chemical machining(ECM) etc


Reference books
:

1. Manufacturing Processes By Begman, Addison
-
Willey Publishers

2. Modern Manufacturing Me
thods By Benjamin, McGraw Hill Publishers


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ME
305

APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS

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Fifth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Gas Power Cycles

:
-

Introduction to I.C. Engine, Its Operation, 4
-

Stroke
and 2
-

Stroke Engines, Comparison, Air
Standerd Cycles


Otto Cycle, Diesel Cycle, Dual Cycle, Simple Bryton Cycle, Introduction to
Modifications used in Bryton Cycle, Sterling and Ericsson Cycles, Concept of Mean Effective
Pressure.


Reciprocating Air Co
mpressor

:
-

Single Stage and Multi Stage Air Compressors, Work done per Cycle, Compressor Capacity
and Power Computation, Volumetric Effeciency, Isothermel Effeciency, Effect of Clearance
Ratio on Volumetric Effeciency, Intercooler and After Cooler.


Vapou
r Power Cycles

:
-

Carnot Cycle using Vapour, Rankine Cycle, Modified Rankine Cycle, Actual Vapour Power
Cycle Processes, Reheat Cycle, Regenerative Cycle, Feed water Heaters ( Open & Closed ),
Characteristics of an Ideal Working Fluid in a Vapour Power Cy
cle, Binary Vapour Cycles,
Thermodynamics of Complex Cycles.


Condenser

:
-

Need of Condenser, Types of Condensers, Vacuum Effeciency, Leakage of Air in Condenser
and its Removal, Air and Condensate extraction Pump, Condenser Effeciency, Cooling Tower


it
s different types, Spray Pond.


Refrigeration Cycles and Psychrometry

:
-

Reversed Carnot Cycle, Bell
-
Coleman Cycle, Vapour Compression Refrigeration Cycle,
Vapour Absorption Refrigeration Systems, Properties of Refrigerants, Psychrometric
Properties, Proce
sses, Chart and Table


Flow Through Nozzles and Diffusers

:
-


Isentropic Flow, Stagnation Properties, Mach Number, Isentropic Flow of Gases and Vapour
through Nozzles and Diffusers, Supersaturation in Nozzles, Irreversible Adiabatic Flow through

22

Nozzle and

Diffuser, Effect of Variation of Back Pressure in Nozzle Flow, Critical Pressure
Ratio.



Reference books
:

1. Engineering Thermodynamics

By P.K. Nag, Tata McGraw Hill Publication

2. Engineering Thermodynamics

By Rogers &Mayhew, P
earson Addison
Publishers

3. Thermodynamics Applied to Heat Engines

By H. Lewitt, Pitman Publishers


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ME 306

WORKSHOP PRACTICE
-

III

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P

C


Fifth Semester

0

0

3

3


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Machi
ne Shops :
-

Study of cutting tools and their attachment like milling attachment
-

horizontal/ vertical.

Different types of taper turning methods, drilling, boring, thread cutting
-

external and internal,
knurling, Grooving, Slotting, Grinding etc.Introductio
n to radial drilling machine, Planner,
Turret lathe, Tool and cutter grinders, gear milling.

Process plan of jobs having different operations in different machines, Estimation of machining
time, Different maintenance of machine tools.


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****



ME 313


MECHANICS OF FLUID
-
II

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P

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Fifth Semester

3

1

0

8



(Mechanical Engg.)






COMPRESSIBLE FLOW


Basic Concepts and Relations


23

Thermodynamic concepts, Equation of state, One dimensional flow, Continuity equation,
Momen
tum equation and Energy equation. Velocity of sound, Mach number, Stagnation state.

Isentropic Flow with Variable Area

Area velocity relationship


Hugoniot equation, Variation of density and temperature with area,
Flow through nozzles, Condition for maxim
um mass flow rate
-
choking of flow, de Laval
nozzle.

Flow with Normal Shock Waves

Shock waves, Governing equations, Prandtl
-
Meyer relation, Variation of flow properties,
Rankine
-
Hugoniot equations, Moving normal shock wave, Shock tube.

Flow in Constant Area

Duct with Friction

Fanno flow
-
Fanno line, Governing equations, Variation of Mach number with friction factor
and duct length, Maximum duct length, Variation of flow properties.

Flow in Constant Area Duct with Heat Transfer

Rayleigh flow
-
Rayleigh line, gov
erning equations, Variation of flow properties, Change of
entropy, Heat transfer, Maximum heat transfer.


INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOW


Ideal Fluid Theory

Principles of superposition of standard patterns of flows, Source, Uniform flow, Sink, Vortex,
Doublet, Rank
ine body, Circulation, Flow past a cylinder with circulation
-

Magnus effect, Lift
and drag, Complex potential, Complex velocity, Introduction to conformal mapping.

Real Flow

Navier Stokes equations
-
application to simple problems having close form solutio
n, Parallel
flow, Couette flow, Poiseuille flow, Lubrication mechanics, Viscous shear stress and
dissipation of energy, Reynold’s number and its significance.

Theory of Boundary Layer

Boundary layer thickness
-
definition, Boundary layer equations, Laminar
and turbulent
boundary layers, Velocity distribution, Blassius equation, Momentum integral equation,
Boundary layer separation and control of separation.

Reference Books
:


1

Fundamentals of Compressible
S.M Yahya

Wiley Eastern Ltd, New

24

Flow

Delhi

2

Gas Dynamics

Ratha Krishnan

Prentice Hall of India,
New Delhi

3

Modern Compressible Flow


J.D. Anderson

McGraw Hill, New York

4

Fluid Mechanics & Fluid
Machines

Som & Biswas

Tata McGraw Hill, New
Delhi

5

Mechanics of Fluids

I.H. Shames

M
cGraw Hill, New York

6

Engineering Fluid Mechanics

K.L. Kumar

Eurasia publishing, New
Delhi


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ME 307

DESIGN OF MECHANICAL SYSTEM

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Sixth Semester

3

0

0

6


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






System

:
-

Introduction, Bl
ack body concept, Classification of systems, Classical and modern approach to
design, Structure of design process, Morphology of design, Understanding the problem
environment, Rational procedures for design of mechanical system.

Sub
-

systems

:
-


Identifica
tion of subsystems, formulation of basic designs, selection of sub
-

system design,
design of sub
-

systems, the role of design in achieving reliability and compatibility of sub
-

systems to achieve the functional requirements of the system, design readjustme
nt of overall
system.

Economic Feasibility of Design

:
-

Economic feasibility, Break
-
even analysis, Value analysis.

Utility

:
-

Quality of design, Utility, Indifference.

Decision Theory

:
-

Introduction, Structure of decision making problem, Types of decisi
on making criteria,
Decision tree analysis.


25

Stability, Sensitivity, Reliability

:
-

Stability, Stability analysis


Routh criteria, sensitivity, sensitivity analysis, reliability, measure
of reliability, reliability of a network.

Optimization

:
-

Optimizati
on, Methods of optimization, Linear programming
-

graphical method.

Simulation

:
-

Simulation,Uses of simulation, Types of simulation, Analog, digital, hybrid
-

digital simulation,
Physical and mathematical simulation.

Typical examples for design of belt conv
eyors, Cooling towers, Condensers etc.

Reference books
:

1. Introduction To System Design

By Gupta & Murthy, McGraw Hill Publication

2. Design & Production Process

By M. Adithan, S.S Banwait, R.K.Garg

3. Mechanical Engineering Design

By J.H. Shigley, McG
raw Hill Publication

4. Design of Machine Elements

By V.B. Vandari, Tata McGraw Hill Publication


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ME 308

HEAT TRANSFER

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T

P

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Sixth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






1. Conduction Heat Transfer :
-

One
-

dimension
al heat conduction equation for slab, cylinder, sphere and composite medium(
with and without heat generation), Concept of critical thickness of insulation, Numerical
methods for solution of heat conduction problems.


2. Heat Transfer For Extended Surfaces

:
-

Analysis of steady
-

state heat transfer for fins of uniform cross
-

section, Fin performance.


3. Radiation Heat Transfer :
-


Nature of thermal radiation, Radiative properties, Kirchoff`s law, Black body radiation intensity
and total emissive power, Dis
placement law, Radiation heat transfer between black/grey
surfaces, network method of solving radiation problems, Concept of view factor.


4. Convection :
-


26

Application of dimensional analysis to free and forced convection, Concept of velocity and
thermal b
oundary layer, Equations of motion and energy, Empirical equations of convective
heat transfer, Reynold`s analogy, Heat transfer in boiling and condensation.


5. Heat Exchangers :
-

Basic types of heat exchanger, LMTD and

-

NTU method of heat exchanger ana
lysis.


Reference books
:

1. Principles of Heat Transfer By Kreith, International Publication

2. Heat Transfer

By Ozisik, Tata McGraw Hill Publication

3. Essential Heat Transfer

By Christopher A. Long, Pearson
Education publication



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ME 309

TURBO MACHINERY

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P

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Sixth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)







Introduction :
-

Definition of a turbo
-
machine, Classification of turbo machinery, Types of turbomachines
,
Dimensional analysis and similitude to turbo
-
machines, Specific speed, Compressible flow,
Effect of Reynold`s number.


Flow Of Fluids In Turbo
-
machines :
-

Pipe flow diffusers, Nozzles, Bends, Flow over immersed bodies, Flat plate parallel and normal
to f
low, Flow over sphere, Flow and pressure distribution over aero
-
foil sections, Effect of
compressibility and cavitation.


Energy Transfer In Turbo
-
machinery

:
-

Euler turbine equation, Components of energy transfer, Impulse and reaction turbines, General
an
alysis of turbomachines with radial flow pumps and compressors, Theoretical head
-
capacity
relationship, Axial flow pumps and compressors, Analysis and types of velocity diagrams,
Degree of reaction, Non
-
dimensional parameters, Turbines
-

efficiency and util
ization factor,
Radial flow types and axial flow types impulse and reaction turbines.


27

Centrifugal Pumps :
-

Fans and compressor, Flow in the discharge casing
-

volute casing, Diffuser, Vane casing,
Pumps and compressor characteristics, External losses, Effic
iency.

Axial Flow Pumps, Fans And Compressor :
-

Stage pressure rise, Pressure ratio of multistage compressor, Efficiency.


Turbines :
-

Types of radial flow turbines, Types of axial flow turbines, Efficiency.


Reference book
:

1. Turbomachines
--

By S.M.

Yahya, Satyaprakashana Publishers, New Delhi




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ME 310

DYNAMIC AND CONTROL OF MACHINERY


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P

C


Sixth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)








Static and dynamic force analysis, Flywheel, Gyroscope and gyroscopic effects, Cam
Dynamics, Analysis of cam and follower, Hydrodynamic and boundary lubrication and analysis
of journal and thrust bearings, Vibration of one degree of freedom syst
em, Free and forced
vibrations, Transverse and torsional vibration of two rotor system, Critical speed, Vibration
isolation and measurements, Two degree of freedom systems, Vibration absorber, Multi degree
of freedom system.


Open and closed loop control,
Block diagrams, Laplace transform, Mathematical model of
physical system, Basic control action
-

pneumatic controller and hydraulic controller, Transient
response of first order and second order system, Routh`s stability criteria, Frequency response
analysi
s, Improving system performance, Introduction to non
-

linear control.


Reference books
:


28

1. Mechanism & Machine Theory

By J.S. Rao & R.V. Dukkipati,


New Age International Publication

2. Theory of Machine & Mechanism

By J.J. Shigley
& J.J. Vicker, McGraw Hill


Publication

3. Theory of Machine

By S.S. Rattan, Tata McGraw Hill Publication

4. Elements of Vibration Analysis

By L. Meirovitch, McGraw Hill Publication


5. Automatic Control Engineering

By

F.H. Raven, McGraw Hill Publication

6. Modern Control Engineering

By K. Ogata, Prentice Hall


International Publication

7. Automatic Control System

By B.C. Kuo, Prentice Hall


International Publication

8. Theory of Mechanisms & Machines

By A.Ghosh & A.K. Mallick, EWP


Affilated East West
Press Pvt Ltd




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ME 311

MACHINE DESIGN
-

II

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P

C


Sixth Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Threaded Fasteners And Power Screws :
-


Stresses in bolts, Effect of initial tension, Dynamic and impa
ct loading bolt, Eccentric loading,
Power screws, Stresses in power screws.


Welded Joints

:
-

Types of welding, Strength of welds, Eccentric loading joints, Welded pressure vessel and some
practical applications.


Journal Bearing

:
-

Mechanism of film lubri
cation, Viscosity, Petroff`s relationship, Bearing modulus, The
coefficient of friction, Minimum oil thickness, Film thickness, Oil flow, Heat dissipation.



29

Anti friction Bearing

:
-

Types of ball and roller bearing, Bearing design examples, Modulus, Advant
ages and
disadvantages, Bearing life, Equivalent radial load, Selection of bearings.


Springs

:
-

Stress in coil springs of round, square and rectangular wires, Deflection of coil springs, Design
of compression and tension springs, Coil spring subjected to
impact and fluctuating loads,
Material for coil springs, Critical frequency, Energy stored in springs.


Gears :
-

Spur gears



nomenclature, interference in involute gears, beam strength of spur tooth, lewis
equation and lewis form factor, velocity factor,

Barth`s formula, working stresses in gear teeth,
dynamic loads on gear teeth, design of spur gear for wear (Buckingham equation ).


Helical gears



nomenclature, virtual number of teeth, helical angle of free width, velocity
factors, strength design, limi
ting endurance beam strength load, dynamic loading, wear loads.


Clutches

:
-

Frictional clutches, Plate friction or disc clutches, Cone clutches.


Brake

:
-

Block brakes, Band brakes, Disc brakes (internal expanding and external contacting shoe)


Reference

books
:

1. Design Of Machine Members

By Spotts, Prentice Hall Publishers

2. Mechanical Engineering Design

By Shigley, McGraw Hill Publisher

3. Theory and Problems of Machine Design

By Hall
-
holowenko,Schaum Series

4. Machine Design


By Block, McGraw Hill Publishers

5. Machine Design

By R.S Khurmi & J.K. Gupta,



S. Chand &Co. Pvt Ltd

6. Machine Design



By Sharma &Agarwal,S.K. Kataria & Sons




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30


Core Subjects:

ME
401

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND O
PERATION
RESEARCH

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T

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Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)







Industrial Engineering :
-

Concept of Industrial Engineering
-

its role & applications, Operation Research, Work study :
time & motion study, Method

study , Principles of motion economy, Workplace layout, Stop
watch time study, SIMO chart, Man
-
machine chart, Therbligs, PMTS, MTM, Worksampling.


Project Management :
-

Bar chart
-

its limitations, Gantt chart, Milestone chart, Evolution of network techniq
ues, PERT,
CPM.


Organisation:
-

Organisation structures, Types, Principles of organization structures, Features of various
Ownerships, Company formations
-

its management and finance, Public limited & private
limited company.


Material Management:
-

Functi
ons of material management, Inventories
-

its types, Just In Time (JIT) inventory, Concept
of EOQ & EBQ, Simple EOQ model with and without stock outs, Simple EOQ model with
varying demand and production, P
-

type & Q
-

type of inventory policies, Selective i
nventory
control like ABC, VED, SDE techniques etc.



Production Planning & Control

:
-


Functions and role, Value analysis, Exponential smoothing constant and moving average
method in demand and production forecasting, Break even analysis.

Quality Manageme
nt

:
-


31

Quality vs reliability, Quality maintenance and quality assurance, SQC technique, Acceptance
sampling, Concept of TQM, ISO Standards.


Plant Layout :
-

Location factors, Principles and design, Types of layout, Tools & technique.


Plant Maintenance :
-

Break down, Scheduled and Preventive maintenance, Steps in preventive maintenance, TPM
concept.

Management :
-

Evolution of management thoughts, Levels of management, Functions of management, Modern
management theories, MIS.

Concept of Marketing management
-

its scope & functions, market research, Selling vs
marketing, Market segmentation & marketing mix.

Concept of Intellectual Property Right, Patent, Copyright, Trade mark.


Operational Research

:
-

Concept of O.R, Methods of O.R, Concept of optimization,
Linear programming,
Transportation problem, Queuing theory.


Reference Books
:

1. Industrial Engineering & Production

By M. Mahajan, Dhanpat Raj & Sons


Management




Publication

2. Industrial Engineering & Management
By O.P. Khanna, Dhan
pat Raj & Sons

3. Industrial Engineering & Management
By Bunga & Sharma, Khanna Publishers



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ME 405

POWER PLANT ENGINEERING

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C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)







Power Plant In General :
-


32

Introduction to different power plants, Load duration curves, Location of power Plants, Power
plant economics, Indian energy scenario.


Steam Power Plant :
-

Introduction, Rankine cycle, Carnot cycle, Reheating

of steam, Regeneration, Steam power
plant appraisal, Deaeration, Typical layout of steam power plant, Efficiencies in steam power
plant, Co generation of power and process heat, Combined cycle power generation, Different
types of fuel used for steam Gener
ation, Draught system, Classification of boilers, Boiler
accessories, Classification of steam turbines and their working.


Gas Turbine Power Plant :
-

Introduction, Classification of different gas turbine power plants, Analysis of closed cycle and
open cycl
e constant pressure gas turbine plant, components of gas turbine plants.


Diesel Electric Power Plants :
-

Introduction, Application of diesel engines in power field, Advantages and disadvantages of
diesel engine power plant, General layout, Performance cha
racteristics, Supercharging.


Hydro
-
Electric Power Plant :
-

Introduction, Classification of hydro
-
electric power plant, Site selection, Elements of hydro
-
electric power plant, Advantages of hydro
-
electric power plant, Classification of hydraulic
turbines a
nd its selection, Hydrographs, Flow duration curves.


Nuclear Power Plant :
-

Introduction to nuclear engineering, Types of nuclear reactors, Pressurized water reactor,
Boiling water reactor, CANDU reactor, Gas
-
cooled reactor, Liquid metal fast breeder reac
tor,
India`s nuclear power programme.


Non
-

Conventional Power plants :
-

Prospect of renewable energy source, Types of non
-
conventional power plants, Solar plants,
Wind power plants, Bio
-
mass plants, Geo
-
thermal power plant, Tidal power plant.


Reference b
ooks
:

1. Power Plant Engineering

By P.K. Nag, Tata McGraw Hill Publisher



33

2. A Course In Power Plant Engineering

By Arora & Dom Kundwar



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Electives:

ME 421

REFRIGERATION

L

T

P

C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanica
l Engineering Branch)






Departmental Elective
-
I





Refrigeration:
-

Introduction, History, Methods of refrigeration, Ice production, evaporation, Expansion of air,
Throttling of gas, Vapour compression and absorption, Steam jet, Dry ice, Units of
refr
igeration, Difference between heat engine refrigerator and heat pump.


Air Refrigeration System :
-

Simple cycles


Carnot and Bell
-
coleman, Boot strap, Regenerative and reduced ambient
system, Air


craft refrigeration system, Actual cycles, Ramming, Adva
ntages and
disadvantages.

Vapour Compression System :
-

Analysis of simple cycles, Representation on T
-
S and P
-
H plan and its use, Methods of
improving COP, Actual cycle, Compound compression and multiple evaporator system with
flash chamber, Flash intercoo
ler, Expression for COP and power required.


Vapour Absorption System

:
-

Theoretical analysis of V.A.R. system, Advantages and disadvantages, Components, Practical
V.A.R. system analysis, Aqua
-

ammonia vapour absorption system, Lithium
-

Bromide
-

Water
V.A.

system, Electronbeam system.


Non
-
Conventional Refrigeration System

:
-

Steam jet refrigeration system, Thermometric refrigeration system, Vortex
-

tube refrigeration
system, Merits and demerits of each system and their applications.



34

Refrigerants

:
-

Nomenc
lature, Classification, Desirable properties, Important refrigerants and their
comparisons, Selection of refrigerants, Ozone
-

friendly refrigerants, Safety in refrigerant
systems.


Refrigerating Equipments

:
-

Compressors, Condensers, Expansion devices, Eva
porators, Pipings, Line valves, Solenoid
valves, Oil separators, Defrosting, Filters, Moisture indicators, purging 2 T.P. & controls.


Application Of Refrigeration

:
-

Production of dry ice, Cascading and multistaging systems, Domestic, ommercial, industria
l
and medical refrigeration, Preservation of food spoilage, Method of preservation, Cold
-

storage,
Properties of insulating material used in refrigeration system especially with low temperature.

Reference books
:

1. Refrigeration and Air conditioning

B
y C.P. Arora, McGraw Hill Publications

2. Refrigeration and Air conditioning


By M. Prasad, New age
International Publisher

3. Refrigeration and Air conditioning

By Jerdon & Preister

4. Refrigeration and Air conditioning

By Stocker & Jones

5. Refrigeration and Air conditioning

By P.N. Ananthanarayan,Tata McGraw Hill
Publishers

6. Refrigeration and Air conditioning

By S.K. Kulshrestha, Khanna Publishers

7. ASHRAE Hand Book Of Fundamentals

By M. Prasad, Tata M
cGraw Hill


Refrigeration and Air conditioning Data Book


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ME 422

AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

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P

C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






D
epartmental Elective
-
I






Development, Layout and types of automotive vehicles
-

cars, buses, tractors, air cushion
vehicles and off the road vehicles, Various resistance to the motion of a vehicle, Power required
for propulsion, Acceleration and hill cl
imbing.


35


Engines types and classification, Construction details of different types of engines, Materials of
construction.


Power and torque characteristics of automotive petrol and diesel engines, Matching of power
unit with the transmission system and the

chasis for specific road performance, Calculation of
main dimension of engine, Vehicle monitoring system for emission measurement.


S.I. engine fuels, Air
-
fuel ratio, Detonation and preignition, Highest useful compression ratio,
Rating of fuels
-

octane nu
mber, Descriptive treatment of various types of carburetors, Effect of
induction on carburetion, Petrol engine fuel systems
-
supercharging.


S.I. engine ignition system
-

coil, magneto, electronic, Ignition timing and performance.


C.I. engine fuel injection

systems, Individual pump, Diesel knock, Fuel rating, Combustion
chamber design.


Engine lubrication system
-

lubricants and requirements, Engine chassis and suspension
-

different types of chassis and suspension systems, Leaf and coil springs, Torsion bar a
nd air
suspension.


Shock absorbers, Independent suspension, Transmission, Components of transmission system
-

clutch, gear box, propeller shaft, Differential and rear axle, Over drive and free wheeling
arrangement.


Descriptive treatment of fluid flywheel,

Torque convertor, Gear box, Magnetic clutch, Rear
wheel and front wheel drive arrangements.


Brake
-
calculation of stopping distances under various braking conditions, Drum and disc
brakes
-
arrangement of shoes, Mechanical and hydraulic braking systems, Com
pressed air and
vacuum servo brakes, Steering
-

Ackerman steering gear
-
correct turning radius, Descriptive
treatment of steering gear and vehicles with rigid front axle and independent front wheel
suspension, Front axle castor, Camber, Toe in and out, Under

steering and over steering.

Wheels and tyres
-
tyre properties, Pressure and load carrying capacity, Tyre wear, Radial type,
Tubeless type and wheel rims,Vehicle maintenance and fault tracking
-

systematic procedure,
Manual of manufacturer, Field report, En
vironmental effects.


36


Reference books
;

1. Automobile Engineering

By Kirpal Singh, Standard

Distributors Publishers,
New Delhi


2. Automobile Engineering

By William H. Crousa & Donald L Anglin

3. Automotive Mechanics


By William H. Crousa & Donald L Anglin






ME 423

ENERGY ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

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C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Departmental Elective
-
I







Introduction

:
-

Energy c
onsumption, Fissile functions, Renewable energy sources, Energy conversion, Past and
future estimates of energy demand of selected regions of the world, Energy mix projection.

Energy Resources :
-


History of cumulative reserves of en
ergy resources, Till date production and remaining reserve
of energy resources, Nuclear fission and fusion fuels, Solar energy, Hydrothermal and
geothermal energy, Hydro
-
electric energy, Tidal, Wind and wave tower, Energy storage and
transmission.


Energy
Consumption and Efficiency :
-








Industrial and commercial energy use patterns and its change with technological changes,
Economic value of energy utilization, Improved energy efficiencies with technological
improvements, Efficiencies of gas and elec
tric appliances, Energy cost of various fuels and its
effect on pollution, Health and safety hazards, Emerging energy technologies, Energy future,
Energy according to specified products and simple systems.

Energy Modelling and Planning :
-


A perspective of

energy modeliing, Mathematical models for energy planning, Regional
techno
-

economic supply
-
distribution
-
demand models, Long range models for worldwide
energy development and supplier
-
outline of formulation and applications, Compiled energy
systems, Econo
mic models and strategic planning, The integration of energy policy models,
World models, The system
-

dynamic approach, regional multilevel approach to world
modeling, Energy planning
-

national and global policies.


37

Energy Analysis and Management :
-


Ener
gy costs of fuel, food, materials, goods and services, Social and economic cost benefit
aspects, Principles of multi objective energy management
-

with emphasis on conservation ,
pollution control and evaluation of alternative energy resources.


Reference
books
:

1. Renewable Energy In India
-

A Policy Analysis

By Ravindranath Rao, Usha, Natarajan

2. An Introduction To Energy Conversion

By V. Kodambi & M. Prasad, New Delhi.


Age International Publication

3. Energy Planning And Economics

By A.V.

Desi




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ME 424

MACHINE TOOLS

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P

C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Departmental Elective
-
I








Chapter

1.

Design and constructional principles of machine tools, Basic features of
construction and functional kinematic requirements of machine tools, Kinematic
drives of machine tools


selection of speeds and feeds, Layout in G.P.
-

Ray
di
agram for machine tool, Gear boxes, Feed gear box analysis.


Chapter

2.Considerations affecting the design of machine tools ( Lathe, Milling and Drilling
machine )with reference to their purpose, Strength rigidity and accuracy, Single
purpose and general p
urpose machine tools


effect on design.


Chapter

3
.

Application of hydraulic drives


circuit diagram, Pumps and valves and its effect on
power consumption and surface finish.


Chapter

4.

Automation in machine tools, Capstan and Turret lathe and their ope
rational layout,
Single spindle automatic screw cutting machine tools and their cam layout, Swiss
type automation, Economics of automation, Elementary principles of numerical
control of machine tools.


38

Chapter 5
. Acceptance tests for machine tools


Referen
ce books
:

1.Principles Of Machine Tools ( Volume 1&2)

By G.C. Sen & A. Bhattacharyya,



New Central Book Agency, Kolkata


2. Design Of Machine Tools

By S.K. Basu

3. Design Of Machine Tools

By S.K. Basu and D.K. Pal, Central Bo
ok Publisher



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ME 425

NUMERICAL CONTROL OF MACHINE TOOLS

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Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Departmental Elective
-
I






1. Introduction :
-

Fundamentals of numerical control (NC) and com
puter numerical control (CNC), CNC
machine tools, Industrial applications of CNC, Economic benefit of CNC.

2
. Design consideration in CNMC machine tools, CNC machine tool design, Classification of
CNC machine tools.

3. System Devices :
-


Drives, Feed back
devices, Counting devices, Digital to analog converters,


Data Input Devices

:
-


Punched tape, Tape readers, Magnetic tape and discs, Manual data input, (MDI).

4. Control Systems :
-

Open and closed loop control, Fundamental problems of control, P
osition, straight line and
contouring control, Machine tool control.

5. Interpolation :
-

Digital differential analyzers (DDA) integrator, DDA hardware interpolator, CNC software
interpolators, Software DDA interpolator.

6. NC Part Programming Concepts :
-


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Part programming terminology, Codes and formulas, Part programming procedures and
methods, Manual programming, Computer aided programming, APT programming and
practice.

Associated Systems Of CNC :
-

Introduction to Flexible manufacturing systems (FMS), CAD
/CAM, Adaptive control
techniques, Industrial robots, CIM systems.

Reference books:

1. Introduction To Computer Numerical Control

By Bary Leatham Jones, John Willey &



Sons Inc, New York

2. Co
mputer Control Of Manufacturing System

By Yoram Koren, McGraw Hill
Publication



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ME 426

ROBOTICS AND ROBOT APPLICATION

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T

P

C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Departmental Elective
-
II






Introduction

:
-

Robot and its evaluation, Definition and laws of robotics, Present application status.


Robot Anatomy

:
-

Configuration of robots, Robot motions, Work volume.


Robot Drive
s, Actuation And Control

:
-

Function and types of drives, Function and types of actuations, Concept of basic control system,
Open loop, Closed loop, Different types of controllers


on


off, Proportional integral, PI, PD,
PID.


Robot End Effectors

:
-

Type
s of end effectors


mechanical grippers, tool and end
-

effectors.


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Robot Sensors

:
-

Transducers and sensors, Analog and digital transducers, Types of sensors


tactile sensors,
proximity and range sensors, miscellaneous sensors, Vision systems, Uses of se
nsors in
robotics.


Robot Kinematics

:
-

Positions representations, Forward and reverse kinematics (transformation) of 3 &4 degrees of
freedom robot arm, Homogeneous transformations and robot kinematics, Kinematic equations
using homogeneous transformations
.


Industrial Applications Of Robots :
-

Capabilities of tools, Robot applications, Material handling, Pick and place operation,
Palletizing and de palletizing, machine loading and unloading, Machining casting, welding,
painting, assembly, inspection and ma
intenance.


Reference books
:

1. Fundamental Of Robotics

By Schilling, Prentice Hall Publishers

2. Fundamental Of Robotics

By Yoshikawa, Prentice Hall Publishers

3. Robotics Technology And Flexible Automation

By S.R. Deb
, Tata McGraw Hill
Publishers

4. Industrial Robotics

By Groover, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers




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ME 427

HYDRAULIC

MACHINERY

L

T

P

C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engine
ering Branch)






Departmental Elective
-
II






Hydro
-
Electric Plants :
-


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Introduction, Essential components of hydro
-
electric power plants, Classification of hydro
-
electric power plants, Selection of site of a hydro
-
electric power plant, Advantages and
disadvantages of hydro
-
electric power plants, Hydro
-
electric power plant economics.



Hydraulic Turbines :
-

Introduction, Classifications of hydraulic turbines, Concepts of heads of turbines, Concept and
definitions of efficiencies of turbines.


Impuls
e Turbines :
-

Introduction, Main components of Pelton turbines, Design of components of Pelton turbines,
Force, Power and efficiency of Pelton turbine.

Reaction Turbines :
-


Introduction, Main components of modern Francis turbine, Design of components of F
rancis
turbine, Torque, Power and efficiency of Francis turbine, Component and design of Propeller
and Kaplan turbines.

Draft tube theory, Function and efficiency of draft tube, Types of draft tube, Governing of
turbines, Governing of Impulse and Reaction
turbine, Models, Selection and performance of
turbines, Cavitations of turbines.


Reciprocating Pumps :
-


Introduction, Classification of pumps, Main components of reciprocating pumps, Working
principle, Indication diagram, Air vessels.

Centrifugal Pumps :
-


Introduction, Main components of Centrifugal pumps, Definitions of head and efficiency of a
centrifugal pump, Working principle, Priming of centrifugal pump, Models, Selection and
performance of a centrifugal pump, Cavitation in pumps.


Hydraulic Sys
tem :
-

Introduction, Hydraulic press, Accumulator, Intensifier, Ram, Lift, Crane etc.

Reference books
:

1.

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics & Machinery

By Som & Biswas

2.

Fluid Mechanics With Engineering Application

By Joshep Franzini & John Finnemore

3.

Hydraul
ic Machines

By Jagadish Lal


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ME 428

I.C. ENGINES

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T

P

C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Departmental Elective
-
II






Introduction

:
-

Basic desig
n components and nomenclature, The working principles of engines, Comparison of
S.I. and C.I. engine, Comparison of two stroke and four stroke cycle engine, Classifications of
I.C. engines, Engine Performance parameters, Review of basic principles.

Air Sta
ndard Cycles And Their Analysis

:
-

The Carnot cycle, The Otto cycle, The Diesel cycle, The Dual cycle, Brayton cycle and other
cycles.

Fuel Air Cycles And Their Analysis :
-

Significance, Effect of operating variables, Actual cycles, Various losses in actua
l cycles,
Fuels
-

important qualities of engine fuels.

Carburetion :
-


Factors affecting carburetion, Air
-
fuel mixtures, The simple carburettor, Essential parts of
modern carburettors, Solex carburetor, Carter carburettor, S.U. carburettor.

Injection :
-

Air

injection system, Solid injection system, Common rail system, Injection pump, Nozzle,
Quantity of fuel and size of nozzle orifice, Injection in S.I. engine, Battery ignition system,
Spark plug, Magneto ignition system, Modern ignition systems, Ignition ti
ming and ignition
parameters.

Combustion Chamber :
-

Stages of combustion in S.I. engines, Combustion chambers for S.I. engines, Combustion in
C.I. engines, Stages of combustion in C.I. engines, Phenomenon of knock in S.I. and C.I.
engines.


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Engine Friction
And Lubrication :
-

Lubrication of engine components, Lubrication system, Wet sump and dry lubrication,
Properties of lubricants.

Measurements And Testing :
-


William`s line method, Morse test, Motoring test, Retardation test, Prony brake, Rope brake,
Hydra
ulic dynamometer, Emission, Fuel consumption, Volumetric type flow meter, Fuel
consumption and air consumption measurements, Combustion phenomenon, Performance
parameters and characteristic, Two stroke engines, Air pollution due to I.C. engines.


Referenc
e book
:

1. I.C. Engine By V. Ganesan, McGraw Hill Publications



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ME 429

HOLISTIC APPROACH TO ENGINEERING
DESIGN

L

T

P

C


Seventh Semester

3

1

0

8


(Mechanical Engineering Branch)






Departmental Elective
-
II






Study of processes involved in design realization which is complex in nature in the context of
today’s modes of manufacture. The situation demands that problem solving process be

systematic and externalized to cope with this complexity and for groups of people to participate
as a team in this activity
.

Study of different methodologies in problem solving process from perception of the problem
through broad based investigation, anal
ysis, synthesis and communication. Study of different
case studies on the various aspects of the problem solving in design.

Introduction To Ergonomics :
-


Overview of the subject with its design relevant, Man


the primary system, component,
Human compati
bility, Comfort and adaptability, Physical(Anthropometry), Physiological and
psychological (Behavioral acceptance factors) consideration, Principles of fitting design
configuration to the users, Determining lay
-
out component principles, Man machine

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environ
ment system and user friendly design practice, Stages of design development,
Ergonomics design principles and criteria.


Reference books:

1. Introduction To Engineering System Design

By Murthy & Gupta

2. System Simulation

By Geo
ffrey Jordan

3. Introduction To Simulation Programme And Method Of Analysis

By Paynee





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ME 430

DIAGNOSTIC MAINTENANCE OF
MECHANICAL

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P

C


EQUIPMENTS

3

1

0

8


Seventh Semester






(Mechanical Engineering Branc
h)






Departmental Elective
-
II







Introduction

:
-


Unplanned and planned maintenance


objectives of planned maintenance, Preventive and
predictive maintenance


condition based maintenance and signature analysis, Concept of
reliability, Availa
bility and maintainability, Fault analysis planning


failure mode and effect
analysis, fault true analysis.


Vibration Monitoring

:
-

Vibration measurements and measuring device


piezoelectric accelerometer, Overall vibration
level, Spirky nature of time
series


crest factor and kartosis, spectrum or frequency domain
critical vibration levels, Application of vibration monitoring.


Fluid Condition And Contaminant Analysis

:
-

Carrier fluid degradation, Spectroscopy and spectrometry, Spectrometric oil analys
is procedure,
Ferrography, Magnetic plugs and magnetic chip detection.



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Non
-
Destructive Testing Techniques

:
-

Visual testing, Liquid penetrant inspection, X
-

ray photography, Application of ultrasonic and
acoustic emission for fault detection.

Other Monit
oring Techniques :
-


Brief study of other monitoring techniques e.g. sound monitoring, temperature monitoring and
thermography.

Diagnostic Data Processing And Decision Making :
-

Basis
-

statistical distribution, Approach to automated data processing, Patte
rn recognition,
Newral network and expert system.


Reference bboks
:

1. Mechanical Fault diagnosis & Condition Monitoring

By Collacott, R.A, Chapman &
Hall Publisher, London

2. Mechanical Signature Analysis :Theory & Application

By S. Branned, Academic


Publisher, London

3. Introduction To Non
-
destructive Testing

P.E. Mix, John Willey & Sons