Course Name
:
SOLID MECHANICS
Course Code
: EN
N
201 Credit
:
4 LTP
:
4 0 0
Prerequisites:
Lecture wise breakup
No. of Lectures
PROPERTIES OF MATERIAL:
(03)
Introduction, uni

axial tension test, idealized stress

strain dia
grams, isotropic linear
elastic, visco

elastic and plastic materials, compression test, impact test, fatigue test,
torsion and bending test.
SIMPLE STRESSES & STRAINS:
(08)
Concept of stresses and strains, relationship between elastic constants, exte
nsion of
uniform bar & tapered bar under its own weight and due to load applied, stresses
produced in compound bars due to axial to loads, thermal stresses, resultant stress and
strain circle, principal stresses determined from principal strain.
SHEAR FOR
CE AND BENDING MOMENT IN BEAMS
(07)
Shear force, bending moment, Relation between W.F and SF and B.M. diagram of
various beams under various types of loading.
BENDING AND SHEAR STRESSES IN BAEMS
(08)
Pure bending ,bending stresses, eccentric loading
combined bending and direct stresses ,
Middle Third and middle quarter rule, composite beams, Variation of shear stresses in
various cross

sectional beams.
ANALYSIS OF PLANE FRAMES
(06)
Analysis of simple plane frames, frames of different types, for
ce analysis of plane frames
by method of joints and section.
TORSION
(05)
Torsion equation for circular shaft , shafts under action of varying torque, determination
of principal stresses and maximum shear stresses in circular shaft due to combine
d
bending and torsion, torsion of composite shafts.
COLUMNS & STRUTS
(06)
Definitions and examples of instability ;criteria for stability of equilibrium ,Euler’s theory
of buckling of columns, Euler’s equation for various end restraints, Rankine fo
rmula,
eccentrically loaded struts, struts with initial curvature, lateral stability of beams ; struts
with lateral loading.
DEFLECTION OF BEAMS
(07)
Deflection by calculus, Maculay’s methods, Moment area method, method of deflection
coefficient, de
flection due to shear of various beams under the action of various loading
conditions; built in and propped beams.
BOOKS:
1.
An introduction to the Mechanics of Solids

Crandall & Dahi (McGraw Hill)
REFERENCES;
1.
Strength of Materials

GH Ryder (MacMillan)
2.
Mec
hanics of Solids

E.P. Popav (Pearson Education)
3. Mechanics of Materials by E.J. Hearn
Course Name
:
FLUID MECHANICS
Course Code
:EN
N
202 Credit
:
4 LTP
:
4 0 0
Prerequisites:
Nil
Lecture wise breakup
No. of Lectures
INT
RODUCTION:
(6)
Fluids, definition of fluids, the science of fluid mechanics, fluid properties, viscosity,
capillarity, Surface tension, compressibility, normal and shear stresses in fluid flows,
Regimes of flow.
FLUID STATICS
(6)
Types of forces on a fluid system, Pascal’s Law of measurement of pressure ,
manometers and gauges, numerical problems, forces on partially and fully submerged
bodies including that on curved
surfaces, numerical problems, Buoyancy, stability of
floating bodies, centre of gravity, Meta centric heights.
DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF FLUID MOTION
(Kinematics of fluid flow)
(6)
Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, description of properties i
n a moving fluid, local
material rate of change , graphical description ; Streamlines, Path lines, Streak lines,
Laplace equation, Stream function, velocity potential , flownet.
CONSERVATION OF MASS AND MOMENTUM
(4)
Equation of conservation of mass, s
pecial forms for mass conservation equation,
differential form of continuity equation. External forces, linear momentum and angular
momentum, momentum theorem, moment of momentum theorem.
EQUATION OF FLUID MOTION AND ENERGY EQUATION
(4)
Equation of motio
n , stress at a point, rate of deformation of a fluid element, stress in
Newtonian fluids, equation of motion for incompressible flows, Euler’s equation of
motion, Bernoulli’s equation , simple application to one dimensional flow.
FLOW THROUGH PIPES
(4)
Introduction, energy and hydraulics grade line, non

dimensional formulation of the pipe
flow problem, head losses in pipes & pipe fittings, pipe in series & parallel , reservoir
problem.
INTRODUCTION TO VISCOUS FLOWS
:
(6)
Pressure gradient i
n steady uniform flow, flow between parallel plates, Qualitative
aspects of viscous flows, Navier Stokes equation, (w/o derivation), : Plane poiseuille
flow, coutte flow, Hagen

Poiseulli’s flow, Transition from laminar to turbulent flow,
turbulent flow in
circular pipe.
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND SIMILITUDE
(6)
Buckingham’s Theorem, non

dimensional groups, Geometric, Kinematics and Dynamic
similarity, Applications.
FLOW MEASUREMENT
(8)
Venturimeter, orifice meter, Pitot tube, Orifices, mouth pie
ces, notches, weirs, Current
meter.
BOOKS:

1.
Gupta and Gupta, : “ Fluid Mechanics and its Applications” , Wiley

Eastern ,
1982.
2.
R.J. Grade and A.G. Mirajgaonkar, Engineering Fluid Mechanics’ Nem Chand
and Bros. Roorkee , 1980.
REFERENCES:
1.
Fra
nk M. White,” Fluid Mechanics” , McGraw Hill.
2.
Modi and Seth “Hydraulic & Fluid Mechanics, Standard book house, New Delhi
1980.
3.
Streeter, V. L., “Fluid Mechanics” MacGraw Hill Co.
4.
Lewitt, E.H., “Hydraulics and the Mechanics of Fluids” Pitman.
C
ourse Name
:
CHEMISTRY
Course Code No
:
CH

201
Credits:
4
L T P :
4 0 0
Lecture wise breakup
No. of Lectures
1.
TREATMENT AND ITS ANALYSIS
Boiler feed water and its problems, Water Softening techniques

Internal and external
treatment, Domestic Water treatment, Chemical Analysis

Hardness, Alkalinity, Dissolved
Oxy
gen, BOD, COD, Free Chlorine, Sulphates, Chloride ions , Dissolved CO
2
, TDS, TSS,
SS and related numerical problems
[
12
]
2.
CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY
Biochemical effects of As, Pb, Cd, Hg, CN.
[4]
3.
POLYMER CHEMISTRY
Classification and stereo chemistry of po
lymers,
Mechanism and methods of
polymerisation, Structure

property
relationship
,
Engineering Polymer
s

sil
i
cones, Epoxy
resins
and c
onducting Polymers
,
[7]
4.
ALIPHATIC AROMATIC SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS
Electrophillic aromatic substitutions,
Nucleophil
ic aromatic substitution

Diazonium ions,
addition

e
limination:
Elimination viz benzyne formation.
[7]
5.
PHASE RULE
Introduction, Gibbs phase rule and its related terms, One component system

Water system,
Carbondioxide and
S
ulphur system. Two component
system

Lead

Silver system and their
thermal analysis.
[6]
6.
TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES
Crystal field theory and Crystal field splitting in Octahedral, tetrahedral and Square planar
complexes.
[5]
7.
LUBRICANTS
Functions of lubricant, mechanism, classi
fication, properties and analysis of
Lubricants and related numerical problems.
[5]
8.
MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
IR, UV and NMR Spectroscopy

Principle, instrumentation and applications.
[9]
Text Books:
1
.
A Textbook of Engineering Chemistry by Shashi Chawl
a, Dhanpat Rai & Co.Pvt.
Ltd.
Reference Books:
1.
Organic Chemistry by Robert Thornton Morrison and Robert Neilson Boyd, 6
th
Edition 1992, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.
2.
Concise Inorganic Chemistry Vth Edition J D Lee 2003 (Chapman & Hall).
3.
Introdu
ctory Polymer Chemistry by G.S.Mishra, John Wiley & Sons, New York,
1993.
4
.
Environmental Chemistry by A.K.De; New Age International(P) Limited, 2006
5. Modern Approach to Organic Chemistry B.Sc. Part

III Modern Publishers,2005
CH 201H ADDITIONAL TO
PICS FOR HONOURS
Effluent treatment methods, Biochemical effects of cyanide and pesticides,
Plastics,rubbers,fibers moulding methods for M.Wt Determination, Applications of
Substitution reactions in Industrially important compounds, Organometallic compound
s
and their applications, Structure determination by I.R., U.V. AND NMR Spectroscopy
.
Course Name
:
CHEMISTRY LAB.
Course Code No
:
CH

202
Credits :
2
L T P :
0 0 3
COURSE CONTENTS
:
Vol
umetric analysis

Permanganometric titrations, Acid

Base titrations, Iodometric
titrations, Complexometric titrations and Dichrometric titrations,
Analysis of
lubricants

Viscosity, Flash Point, , Instrumental techniques for chemical analysis
–
Conductomet
ric
and potentiometric titrations, Atomic Absorption
Spectrophotometer, UV

Visible Spectrophotometric,
Construction of phase diagram,
Preparation
of few inorganic complexes, organic compounds and polymers.
REFERENCE BOOKS
1.
Vogel’s Textbook of Quantitati
ve Chemical Analysis, 6
th
Edition by J
Mendham,
R.C.Denny, J.D.Barnes and MJK Thomas,
Pearson Education.
2.
Vogel’s Qualitative Inorganic Analysis, 7
th
Edition by G.Svehla, Pearson
Education.
3.
Essentials of Experimental Engineering Chemistry by Shashi
Chawla,
Dhanpat Rai & Co.
(PVT.) LTD. New Delhi
.
4.
Applied Chemistry Theory and Practice by O.P.Vermani and A.K.Narula,
New Age
International (P) Limited Publishers, New Delhi
.
Course Name
:
MANUFACTURING PRACTICE (DC

1)
Course Code
:
ME 211 / ME 21
1H Credit
:
4 L T P
:
4 0 0
Pr

req.
:

Lecture wise breakup
No. of Lectures
1.
FOUNDRY
:
(07)
Patterns : Materials, allowances, colours scheme; Moulding: Materials types,
techniques, Testing
Moulding Aids Casting defects;
Cores, and core boxes Design and
production of casting: Mechanism of Solidifications, Elementary Design of gating system
Runner and Riser, Foundry Mechanization
Melting Practices, Cupola Furnace, Charg
e
Calculations, Fettling, Furnaces etc. used for melting of different Non

ferrous metals.
Special Casting Processes, Non

metallic mould casting, carbon deoxide moulding, Plaster
Moulding, Mercast process,
Shell Moulding, Precision Investment Casting, Perm
anent
Mould Casting, Die Casting, Centrifugal Casting and Continuous Casting.
2.
METAL FORMING:
(06)
Rolling, Rolling mills, forging : Smith forging, Drop forging, Machine forging
and Press
forging. Defects in forg
ing. Pipe and Tube manufacture. Extrusion. Hot
Spinning, Drawing and Cupping, Piercing. Cold rolling, Wire, Rod and Tube drawing,
Metal spinning. Coining, Embossing and Shot penning, Sheet Metal working Operations:
Piercing, Blanking, Bending and rawing, P
unch and die set up.
3.
POWDER METALLURGY:
(03)
Advantages and limitations, Metal Powder products, Methods of Producing
powders, Briquette and Sintering, Hot iso

static processing, Sizing and finishing
operations. Applications of powder Metall
urgy parts.
4.
WELDING:
(06)
Classification, Oxyacetylene Welding, Storage, blow pipes, lighting up, welding
techniques, type of welds, defects in welded joints, their causes and remedies, welding of
cast iron weld abili
ty. Flame cutting, oxygen flame process. Electric are welding:
Principle, relative merits of AC & DC for are welding, various electric are welding
processes. Electric resistance welding: spot welding, Seam Welding, Projection welding
and Butt welding. Size
of welds, Spot

welding machines, choice of process for welding,
brazing and soldering.
5.
METAL
CUTTING:
(09)
Advanced cutting tool materials, Geometry of single paint cutting tools,
Multipoint cutting too
ls, knowledge of machining parameters;
Theory and Effect of
cutting fluid on cutting parameters; Machine Tools used in metal cutting: Lathe, Milling,
Drilling Shaping, Slotting, Planning; Sawing, Boring, Grinding, Broaching,
Taper
turning Eccentric turni
ng and thread cutting, Indexing : Simple, Compound, differential
and Angular indexing; Calculation of MRR.
6.
PROCESSING OF PLASTICS, CERAMICS AND COMPOSITE (07)
Polymerization, Types of plastics, Processing of Plastics, Casting of plastics;
Calendaring, Rotational moulding, Blow moulding, machining and welding of plastics.
Classification, Properties, Processing, Product applications of ceramics and Composite
materials, Types of composites: Particulate composites, Fiber reinforced composites,
laminates, Machining, Cutting and joining of composites.
7.
NEW TECHNOLOGY:
(07)
Unconventional machining Methods: ECM, EDM, USM, EBM, LBM,
AJM, Principle
Process parameters, Application of EDM,USM,ECM,EBM,LBM.AJM, High

energy rate
formi
ng processes: Explosive forming, Electro

hydraulic forming, Electromagnetic,
forming High velocity forming process. Petro

Force forming, Dynapac Machines.
ME 21
1H
MANUFACTURING PRACTICE
In a
ddition to the contents of ME 21
1 the
additional topics:
(07)
Cutting Forces and Dynamometer; Measurement of cutting forces in turning; Tool
materials analysis of plastic failure (form stability criterion), Analyzing failure by brittle
fracture, wear of cutting tools, criterion, Flank and creature wear analys
is, optimum tool
life, tool life equations (Taylor’s
).
Material removal rate in USM, EDM. Introduction of
Hybrids machining.
BOOK:
Manufacturing Engineering and Technology,

Serope Kalpakjian and Steven R. Schmid
–
4
th
edition, Pearson Edition.
REFERE
NCES:
1.
Materials and Processes in Manufacturing
–
E.Paul Degarmo.
2.
Processes and Materials for Manufacturing
–
Lindberg.
3.
Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Processes

Campbell
–
Tata
Mc.Graw Hill.
4.
Manufacturing Science

Aamitava Ghose.
5.
A text bo
ok of Production Technology
–
P.C.Sharma
–
S. Chand & Co.
6.
A Course in Workshop Technology Vol

II
–
B.S. Raghuwansh.
Course Name
: KINEMATICS OF MACHINES
(DC

2)
Course Code
: ME 212 / ME 21
2H Credit : 4 LTP
: 4 0 0
Pr

req.
:

Lec
ture wise breakup
No. of Lectures
1.
BASIC CONCEPTS
(06)
Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines, Mechanisms, Pairs, Inversions of slider
crank chains, Degrees of freedom, Kutzbach’s equation. Grubler criterion and Numerical
problems.
2.
VELOC
ITY AND ACCELERATION
(06)
Basic concepts of machines, link, Mechanism, Kinematic chain, relative motion
of parts of mechanism, displacement, velocity, acceleration diagrams of all basic
mechanisms including quick return motion mechanism. Advance prob
lems on velocity
diagrams (relative velocity method, instantaneous center method). Acceleration diagram.
Coriolis component, advanced problems inv
olving their application.
3.
KINEMATIC SYNTHESIS OF MECHANISM
(06)
Movability, Number synthesis, Fru
denstein’s equation, Chebyshev spacing of
precision points, Two and three position synthesis of Four

bar mechanism & slider crank
mechanism, Overlay method, Bloch’s method Transmission angle, Limit position &
Least square techniques.
4.
LOWER PAIRS
(05)
Universal joint

single and double, calculation of maximum torque. Oldham’s
Coupling, steering mechanism including Ackermann’s and Davis steering mechanism.
Mechanism with lower pairs, pantograph, exact and approximate straight line motion,
engi
ne indicator, elliptical trammel.
5.
BELTS, ROPES AND CHAINS
(06)
Materials, type of drive, idle pulley, intermediate or counter shaft pulley, angle
and right angle drive, quarter turn drive, velocity ratio, crowning of pulleys, loose and
fast pul
leys, stepped or cone pulleys, ratio of tensions on tight and slake sides of belts.
Power transmitted by belts including consideration of creep and slip, centrifugal tension
and its effect on power transmitted. Use of gravity, idler, flat, V

belts and rope
, materials,
Length of belt, rope and chain drive, types of chains.
6.
CAMS
(05)
Type of cams and followers, definition

basic circle & least radius, angle of ascent.
Dwell, descent & action. Displacement, velocity and acceleration diagrams f
or the
followers with uniform velocity motion, simple harmonic motion, uniform acceleration
and retardation, determination of maximum velocity, acceleration and retardation.
Analysis of follower motion for pre

specified cam profiles (tangent cams and conve
x
cams).
7.
GEARS
:
(05)
Toothed gears and their uses, types of toothed gears (spur gears, internal spur
gears, spur & rack, bevel gears, helical gears, double helical gears, spiral gears, worm
gears), definitions, pitch circle diameter, pitch
surface, pitch point, circular pitch,
diametric pitch, module pitch, addendum, dedendum, clearance, addendum circle, outside
diameter, internal diameter, dedendum circle, root diameter, base.
Base circle diameter, face and flank of tooth, angle of obliqui
ty or pressure angle, path
contact, arc of contact, arc of approach, condition ;for correct gearing, forms of teeth,
cycloid and its variants, epicycloids and hypocycloid, involute methods of drawing an
involute and cycloidal curves, interference in involu
te gears and methods of its removal,
comparison of involute and cycloidal gear systems.
8.
GEAR TRAINS
(05)
Types of gear trains, single and compound, epicyclic gear trains. Problems
involving their applications, estimation of velocity rati
o of worm and worm wheel,
helical and spiral gears (determination of No. of teeth, spiral angle and efficiency).
ME 21
2H
KINEMATICS OF MACHINES In a
ddition to the contents of ME 21
2
the additional topics:
Klein’s construction, Ritterhaus, constr
uction, Bennett construction, cycloidal motion of
follower, Grass Hopper mechanism, Robbert’s mechanism, Dobbie indicator and
Humpage’ gear.
BOOKS:
1.Theory of Machines, V.P. Singh, Dhanpat Rai & Comp.
(P) Ltd., Nai Sarak, Delhi.
2. Theory of Machines
: S S. Rattan, T.M.H., New Delhi.
REFERENCES:
1.
Theory of Machines, P.L. Ballaney, Khanna publisher Delhi.
2.
Theory of Mechanisms & Machines, Ghosh & Malik, East West Press Private
Ltd.
3.
Theory of Machines, Shiglley, McGraw Hill, New York, 1981.
Co
urse Name
:THERMAL

I
(DC

3)
Course Code : ME 213 / ME 21
3 H
Credits : 4
L T P
: 4 0 0
Pr

requisite
:

Lecture wise breakup
No. of Lectures
1.
BASIC CONCEPTS
(04)
Macroscopic and Microscopic Approach, Concept of Continuum,
Therm
odynamic System, Surrounding and Boundary, Thermodynamic Equilibrium,
State, Path, Process, cycle, Quasi

static Process, Reversible and Irreversible Process,
Working Substance. Thermodynamic Properties like Pressure, Volume and Temperature,
Zeroth Law of
Thermodynamics. Temperature Scales, Concept of Heat and work in
Thermodynamics.
2.
FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS:
(04)
Joule’s Paddle wheel Experiment; Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, First Law
for a closed system undergoing a Cycle, First Law for a clos
ed system undergoing a
change of state. Different forms of stored Energy, Enthalpy, Energy of An isolated
System, Perpetual Motion Machine of First kind.
3.
FIRST LAW APPLIED TO FLOW PROCESSES:
(04)
Flow Process and Control Volume, flow work,
Steady and Unsteady Flow
Process, Steady Flow Energy Equation, Engineering Applications of Steady Flow Energy
Equation, Throttling Process, Flow Work and Non Flow work, Variable flow Processes,
Limitation of First Law.
4.
SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMIC
S:
(04)
Qualitative Difference between Heat and Work, Thermal Reservoir, Statements of
2
nd
Law by Max.Planck and Claussius, Equivalence between two statements, Energy
Analysis of Heat Engine, Refrigerator and Heat Pump Reversibility and Irreversibility
,
Causes of Irreversibility Carnot Theorem, Carnot cycle, Absolute Thermodynamic
Temperature, Scale, Efficiency of the Reversible Heat Engine, Equality of Ideal Gas
Temperature and Kelvin Temperature.
5.
ENTROPY
:
(04)
Classius Theorem,
Classius Inequality and concept of Entropy, Entropy change in
an Irreversible Process, Application of Entropy Principle, Entropy Transfer with Heat
Flow, Entropy generation in closed and open System, Thermodynamics Equations relating
properties of System
, Reversible Adiabatic work in a Steady flow System. Entropy and
direction, Entropy and disorder.
6.
AVAILABLE ENERGY AND AVAILABILITY
:
(04)
Available Energy referred to a cycle, Quality of work, Maximum work in
Reversible Process, Useful wor
k, Dead State, Availability, Second Law Efficiency.
7.
GAS POWER CYCLES
:
(05
Air Standard efficiency, Mean Effective Pressure, Otto, Diesel, Dual, Brayton,
Stirling and Ericson Cycle, Comparison of cycles.
8.
PROPERTIES OF GASES AND GAS MIXTU
RE
:
(03)
Equation of state of a gas, Properties of Mixture of gases, Internal Energy,
Enthalpy and Specific heat of gas, mixtures, Entropy of gas Mixtures.
9.
PROPERTIES OF PURE SUBSTANCES
:
(05)
h

S, T

S, p

v, p

t, diagram for a Pure Substance,
Properties of Pure substance with
special reference to water, Steam and its formation, Wet Dry, Saturated and Superheated
Steam, sensible, Latent heat, Dryness fraction and its determination, Separating and
Throttling calorimeter Enthalpy, Entropy and Inte
rnal Energy of Steam. Use of Steam
Table and Mollier Diagram, Basic Thermodynamic Processes of Steam in Closed and
Open System and their representation on P

V and H

S chart
10.
VAPOUR POWER CYCLE :
(04)
Carnot and Rankine Steam Power Cycle, Actua
l Vapour cycle Processes,
Comparison of Carnot and Rankine cycle, Mean Temperature of Heat Addition, Reheat
Cycle, Ideal Regenerative Cycle Reheat Regenerative Cycle, Feed Water Heater,
Characteristics of an Ideal working fluid in Vapour Power cycle.
1
1.
GENERAL THERMODYNAMIC RELATIONS
:
(03)
Maxwell’s Equation, Tds Equations, Ratio of specific heats, Joule Kelvin Effect, Classius
Clapeyron Equations, Gibb Phase Rule.
ME 21
3H THERMAL

I
In a
ddition to the contents of ME 21
3 the additional
topics:
1.
REFRIGERATION CYCLE
:
(04)
Reversed Carnot Cycle and Performance Criteria, Vapour Compression Refrigeration
cycle, Vapour Compression cycle on P

h and T

S diagram Absorption Refrigeration
cycle, Gas Cycle Refrigeration.
2.
PSYCHOMETRICS:
Propert
ies of Atmospheric Air, Dry and Wet bulb temperature, Psychrometric
Chart, Psychrometric Processes.
( 03)
BOOKS
1
Engineering Thermodynamics by P.K. Nag
REFERENCES:
1.
Engineering Thermodynamics by Gordon Rogers & Yon Machew
2.
Thermodynamics by Yunus
Cengel and Mike Boles
3.
Thermodynamics by Arora.
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