Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
Chandigarh University
Scheme of
B. E. Mechanical Engineering
For
Batch 2012 Onwards
(Except 2012 LEET Batch for 3
rd
& 4
th
Sem)
By
Board of Studies of Mechanical Engineering
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
1
st
Semester Scheme
Course Code
Subject Name
L
T
P
Marks
Credits
Int
Ext
Total
APT

109
Applied Physics
3
1
0
40
60
100
3.5
AMT

101
Applied Mathematics

I
4
2
0
40
60
100
5
EET

113
Basics Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
3
1
0
40
60
100
3.5
MET

115
Engineering Drawing
2
0
4
40
60
100
4
PCT

111
Professiona
l Communication Skills
2
0
0
60
100
2
APP

110
Applied Physics Lab
0
0
2
60
40
100
1
MEP

116
Computer Graphics Lab
0
0
2
60
40
100
1
EEP

114
Basics Electrical and Electronics
Engineering Lab
0
0
2
60
40
100
1
PCP

112
Professional Communication Skill
Lab
0
0
2
60
40
100
1
Class counseling
0
1
0
Total
14
5
12
22
2
nd
Semester Scheme
Course Code
Subject Name
L
T
P
Marks
Credits
Int
Ext
Total
ACT

102
Applied Chemistry
3
0
0
40
60
100
3
AMT

121
Applied Mathematics

II
4
2
0
40
60
100
5
CST

105
Basics of Computer and Programming in C
3
1
0
40
60
100
3.5
MET

107
Engineering Mechanics
3
2
0
40
60
100
4
EVT

104
Environmental Science and Disaster
Management
3
0
0
60
100
3
CSP

106
Basics of Computer and Programming in C
Lab
0
0
4
60
40
1
00
2
ACP

103
Applied Chemistry Lab
0
0
2
60
40
100
1
MEP

108
Workshop Practice
0
0
3
60
40
100
1.5
Class counseling
0
1
0
60
40
100
0
Total
17
6
9
23
Institutional Practical Training* of 4weeks in summer vacation after 2
nd
Semester and credits to
be entered in 3
rd
semester.
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
Scheme of Mechanical Engineering (3
rd
Sem to 8
th
Sem)
3rd Semester Scheme
Course
Code
Subject Name
L
T
P
Marks
Credits
Int
Ext
Total
MET201
Theory of Machines

I
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MET202
Engineering Materials & Me
tallurgy
3


40
60
100
3
MET203
Casting, Welding & Forming
3


40
60
100
3
MET204
Applied Thermodynamics
–
I
4
1

40
60
100
4.5
MEP205
Machine Drawing


6
60
40
100
3
MEP206
Theory of Machines Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP207
Engineering Material
s & Metallurgy
Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP208
Casting, Welding & Forming Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP209
Applied Thermodynamics Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP210
Institutional Practical Training*



60
40
100
4
MEP211
Seminar


2



1
HUP201
Programming
Aptitude


2



1
Total
13
2
18
2
7
4th Semester Scheme
Course
Code
Subject Name
L
T
P
Marks
Credits
Int
Ext
Total
AMT222
Applied Mathematics

III
4
2

40
60
100
5
MET221
Mechanics of Solids
3
2

40
60
100
4
MET222
Fluid Mechanics
3
2

40
60
100
4
MET223
Machining Processes
3


40
60
100
3
MET224
Applied Thermodynamics
–
II
3
2

40
60
100
4
MEP225
Mechanics of Solids Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP226
Fluid Mechanics Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP227
Machining Processes Lab


2
60
4
0
100
1
MEP228
Seminar


2



1
HUP221
Professional Communication Skills
Laboratory


2



1
Total
16
8
10
25
Vocational Training at the end of fourth semester of Four weeks duration to be done which will
have Four credits and credits will
be added in fifth sem.
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
5th Semester Scheme
Course
Code
Subject Name
L
T
P
Marks
Credits
Int
Ext
Total
AMT301
Numerical Methods
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MET301
Machine Design
–
I
4
2

40
60
100
5
MET302
Mechanical Measurements and
Metrology
3
1

4
0
60
100
3
.5
MET303
Mechanics of Solids
–
II
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MET304
Theory of Machines
–
II
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MET305
Automobile Engineering
3


40
60
100
3
MEP306
Automobile Engineering Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP307
Mechanical Measurements and
Metrology Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP308
Seminar


2



1
MEP309
Industrial Training
–
I



60
40
100
4
HUP301
Aptitude Skills


2



1
Total
19
6
8
30
6th Semester Scheme
Course
Code
Subject Name
L
T
P
Marks
Credits
Int
Ext
Tot
al
MET321
Fluid Machinery
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MET322
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
3
2

40
60
100
4
MET323
Heat Transfer
3
2

40
60
100
4
MET324
Machine Design
–
II
4
2

40
60
100
5
Open Elective
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MEP325
Fluid Machinery Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP326
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP327
Heat Transfer Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP328
Seminar


2



1
HUP321
Verbal Ability & Soft Skills


2



1
Total
16
8
10
25
Six weeks training to be d
one in an industry of repute after end of sixth semester. This will carry six
credits and credits will be added in Seventh Semester.
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
7th Semester Scheme
Course
Code
Subject Name
L
T
P
Marks
Credits
Int
Ext
Total
MET401
Industrial Automation & Ro
botics
3


40
60
100
3
MET402
Finite Element Method
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MET403
Industrial Engineering
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MET404
Operation Research
3
1

40
60
100
3
.5
MET405
Departmental Elective

I
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MEP406
Industrial Automatio
n & Robotics Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP407
Finite Element Method Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP408
Minor Project



60
40
100
4
MEP409
Industrial Training
–
II



60
40
100
6
Total
15
3
4
2
9
8th Semester Scheme
Course
Code
Subject Name
L
T
P
Ma
rks
Credits
Int
Ext
Total
MET421
CAD/CAM
3


40
60
100
3
MET422
Non Traditional Machining
3


40
60
100
3
MET423
Total Quality Management
3


40
60
100
3
MET424
Mechanical Vibration
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MET425
Departmental Elective
–
II
3
1

40
60
100
3.5
MEP426
CAD/CAM Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP427
Mechanical Vibration Lab


2
60
40
100
1
MEP427
Major Project & Comprehensive
Viva/Voce



60
40
100
6
Total
15
2
4
2
4
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
Two
Department electives are to be chosen fr
om the below two groups
one from each group
.
Open Elective Subject is to be chosen from Elective subjects offered by other departments.
Departmetal Elective
Group

I
Course Code
Subject Name
MET424A
I.C. Engines
MET424B
Power Plant Engineering
MET42
4C
Energy conservation & Management
MET424D
Non Conventional Energy Resources
MET424E
Industrial Tribology
MET424F
Non Traditional Machining
Group
–
II
Course Code
Subject Name
MET425A
Mechatronics
MET425B
Industrial Design & New Product Developmen
t
MET425C
Plant Maintenance & Reliability Engineering
MET425D
Jigs, Fixtures & Tool Design
MET427E
Operations Management
MET428F
Work Study & Ergonomics
Open Elective
offered by Mechanical Deptt.
Course Code
Subject Name
MET329
Mechatronics
MET3
30
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
MET331
Automobile Engineering
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
3
rd
Semester
Syllabus
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
Theory of Machines
–
I
MET 201
Internal Marks : 40
Credits :
3
.5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
1
0
Course Objectiv
e
1.
Basic understanding of concepts related to basic mechanism.
2.
To understand the analysis of lower pair, flywheel, cams etc using various graphical and
analytical techniques.
3.
Familiarize to the various problems in simple mechanism with the help of numerical
problems.
4.
To prepare student mind for understanding of various design and analysis aspects of mechanisms.
Detailed Content
Unit

I
1.
Fundamentals:

(5 Hrs)
Introduction, Analysis and synthesis,
Kinematics and Dynamics, Mechanisms and Machines,
Plane and S
pace Mechanisms, Kinematic links, joints, Pairs, types of motion, Kinematic Chains,
Kinematic Diagrams, Kinematic Inversion, Four Link Planar Mechanisms and their Inversions,
Mobility and range of movement

Kutzbach and Grubler’s criterion,
Mechanical Adv
antage,
Grashof’s criterion.
2.
Motion analysis:

(6 Hrs)
Displacement analysis of plane mechanisms
–
graphical and analytical methods, Plane motion of a
rigid body, Instantaneous Centre (IC) of Velocity, Velocity analysis using IC, Velocity analysis
using
relative velocity Diagrams, velocity and acceleration diagrams
rubbing velocity,
Corioli’s
component of acceleration.
3.
Mechanisms with lower pairs:

(4 Hrs)
Pantograph, exact straight line mechanisms, approximate straight line mechanisms, universal
joint,
maximum torque in Hooke’s joint, steering gears: Davies and Ackermann steering.
Unit

II
4.
Flexible link drives:

(6 Hrs)
Belts, types of belt drives, type and material of belts, Velocity ratio, slip and creep of belt drives,
open and cross belt drive, be
lt length of open and close belt drive, initial tension, Ratio of tension
in belts, power transmitted by belts, V belts, Rope drives, chain drives, comparison between belt,
rope and chain belt drives, length of chain, cone type
5.
Turning Moment Diagrams:

(5 Hrs)
Turning moment diagrams for different types of engines, Fluctuation of energy and speed of
crank shaft, Co

efficient of fluctuation of Energy (K
e
) and Speed (K
s
), Flywheel, Energy stored in
Flywheel, flywheel in punching press.
6.
Cam dynamics:

(5
Hrs)
Classification of Cams and followers, basic definitions, Displacement velocity and acceleration
diagrams for Cam follower, design of cam profile for uniform motion, simple harmonic motion,
uniform acceleration and retardation and cycloidal motion of
follower, pressure angle calculations
and follower motion analysis of circular and tangent cam profiles.
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
Unit

III
7.
Friction:

(8 Hrs)
Basics of frictions, Types of friction, friction between lubricated surfaces, friction in journal
bearing, friction circle
, pivot and collar bearing, Frictional clutches, single disc and multi disc,
Friction breaks, principal of working of breaks, types of breaks, breaking of vehicles,
Dynamometers, classification of Dynamometers, Absorption and transmission type
dynamomete
r.
8.
Governors:

(8 Hrs)
Working, classification of governors, centrifugal governors, Watt governor, Potter governor,
Pronell governor, Hartnell governor, Willson

Hartnell governor, Sensitiveness, stability,
isochronisms, hunting of governors, Governor effor
t and power, Controlling forces, controlling
force diagrams Coefficient of insensitiveness
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over
the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions
from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1.
R.
K. Bansal, Theory of Machines,
Laxmi Publication, 2009 onward edition
2.
S.S. Ratan, Theory of machines, Tata McGraw Hill
3.
R.S.
Khurmi, Theory of Machines, S.
Chand Publication. 2010 onward editio
n
Referance Books:
1.
Joseph E. Shigley, Theory of Machines and mechanisms, Oxford university press.
2.
Thomas Bevan, The Theory of machines, Pearson Education.
3.
V.P. Singh, Theory of machines,
Dhanpat rai and company.
4.
Sa
dhu Singh, Theory of machines,
Pearson Edu
cation
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
ENGINEERING MATERIALS &
METALLURGY
MET 202
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 3
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
0
0
Objectives of the course:
To provide the
students a clear understanding of the basic principles eng
ineering materials and
metallurgy.
To impart knowledge about materials, their properties and different heat treatment processes.
To make the students understand the importance of factors effecting the structure

sensitive
properties of materials.
Detaile
d Content:
UNIT

I
1. Materials & their crystal structure (
7
Hrs)
Materials and their classification, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical properties, atomic bonding,
crystal structures, crystal structure in metals (body centered cubic, face centered cubic,
hexagonal
close packed), Crystallographic notation of atomic planes, polymorphism and allotropy.
1.
Crystallography (8 hrs)
Structure of Solids: Crystalline and non

crystalline materials & their properties Crystal Imperfections:
Point defects, Line defects
, dislocations, Surface defects, volume defects. Diffusion: Diffusion
mechanism, Laws of diffusion, steady and non

steady

state diffusion, factors affecting diffusion.
Unit

II
2.
Theories of plastic deformation, re
covery and re

crystallization (6
Hrs)
Plasti
c deformation, recovery and re

crystallization
3.
Equilibrium Diagram (
10
Hrs)
Solids solutions and alloys, Gibbs phase rule,Equilibrium Diagram, Equilibrium Diagram of binary
system, iron carbon equilibrium diagram and phase transformations. Temperature time
transformation
(TTT) curves: construction and application.
Unit

III
4.
Heat treatment
(
8
Hrs)
Heat treatment processes viz. annealing, normalizing, hardening, tempering. Surface hardening:
carburizing, nitriding, cyaniding, induction and flame hardening.
Ap
plications of different heat
treatment processes. Defects of heat treatment and their remedies. Hardenability, Significance and
measurements methods
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
5.
Alloying elements(
7
Hrs)
Alloying elements and their effect: Effect of alloying elements on microstructure
of steels,
Characteristics, Properties and applications of alloy tool steels.
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syll
abus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each uni
t.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1.
Smith, Engineering Foundation of Material Science and Engineering (McGaw Hill, 5
th
Edition)
2.
S Singh, Vijendra, Physical Metallurgy, Standard Publishers and Distributors (1999).
Reference Books:
1.
Avner S.H.,
Introduction to Physical Metallurgy, ( McGraw Hill ).
2.
James F. Shakel, Introduction to Material Science for Engineering ( Pearson , Prentice Hall , New
Jersey , 6
th
edition )
3.
Askeland, Fulay, Wright, Balani, The Science & Engineering of Materials (by Cenga
ge Learning)
4.
V. Raghvan, Physical Metallurgy , Principles & Practices ( PHI, New Delhi)
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
CASTING, WELDING & F
ORMING
MET 203
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 3
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
0
0
Objectives of the course :
To give introduction of basic manufacturing processes to students
To provide knowledge in material casting & material joining processes & tell importance &
application of casting & welding
To impart knowledge of Powder metallurgy process & its applicat
ions.
Detailed Content
Unit

I
1.
Introduction
to
manufacturing processes (
2
Hrs)
Introduction to manufacturing. Classification of manufacturing processes in conventional & un
conventional manufacturing processes . Brief introduction of metal forming , mac
hining , casting &
joining processes . Need of un conventional manufacturing processes .
2.
C
asting process
(
7
Hrs)
Basics of casting process. Steps followed in casting process. Terminology associated with casting process
Pattern , Pattern types & materia
l . Various type of pattern allowances.
Moulding materials, Type of moulds , Various type of moulding materials. Characteristics required in
moulding materials. Various molding equipments .
Cores , function of cores , Type of cores , Characteristics of
core material , Core preparation
Melting of metals , Different type of furnaces used for melting. Detailed explanation of cupola furnace
including various zones & reactions taking place in cupola furnace
3.
Different Casting processes
, Casting defects , Insp
ection of castings ( 7 Hrs)
Various casting processes such as centrifugal casting , investment casting , die casting , continuous
casting , vacuum casting , Permanent mould casting along with sketches.
Role of chills in casting process.
Various type of cas
ting defects & their remedies.
Metallurgical considerations in casting, Solidification of metals and alloys, directional solidification,
segregation, nucleation and grain growth, critical size of nucleus, casting of copper alloys.
Cleaning and finishing of
castings, Testing and Inspecting of castings
Unit

II
4.
Basic elements of welding process
( 7 Hrs)
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
Introduction to welding process & Classification of welding processes . Concept of brazing & Soldering .
Type of welding joints & various welding positions
Electric arc welding , Principle , metal transfer in arc welding , straight & reverse polarity in AC & DC ,
relative merits & demerits . Types of electric arc welding.
Gas welding , Oxy acetylene welding & Oxy hydrogen welding , Equipment of gas welding,
Gas cutting
, Variuos type of flames .
5.
Different welding techniques / processes , Welding defects
( 8 Hrs)
Various welding techniques : MIG welding , TIG welding , submerged arc welding , Electric resistance
welding , Spot , butt , seam , upset projection
& high frequency resistance welding , Thermit welding ,
Plasma arc welding , Application of these welding techniques
Various type of welding electrodes
Various welding defects & their causes & remedies
.
Unit

III
6.
Forming Processes
Introduction to metal
forming processes & classification of metal forming processes. Hot working & cold
working of metals .
Forging : Smith forging , drop forging & press forging . Forging Equipments , Defects in forging
Rolling : Rolling process , Angle of bite , Type o
f rolling mills , Variable of rolling process , Rolling
defects
Drawing & Extrusion : Drawing of wires , rods & pipes , Variables of drawing process . Difference
between drawing & extrusion . Variuos type of extrusion processes .
Various methods of pipe
/ tube manufacturing .
Sheet metal forming : Various operations of sheet metal working , Sheet metal cutting , bending ,
spinning , deep drawing . Various equipmen
ts used in sheet metal working
(15)
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divide
d into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required
to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books :
1.
P.N.Rao, Manufacturing Technology ( Tata McGraw Hill )
2.
P.C.Sharma, A text book o
f Production Technology ( S Chand Publication )
3.
R.S.Parmar Welding Technology, Khanna Publishers
4.
R.K. Rajput, A Text book of Manufacturing Technology ( Laxmi Publications )
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
Reference Books:
1.
Heine ,RW , CR Loper and Rosenthal, Principles of Metal Casting (
McGraw Hill
–
NewYork)
2.
Amitabha Ghosh & Asok Kumar Malik, Manufacturing Science ( Affiliated East West Press Pvt.
Ltd.)
3.
S. Kalpakjian & Steven R. Schmid, Manufacturing Engineering & Technology (Pearson)
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS

I
MET 304
Internal Marks : 4
0
Credits : 4.5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
4
1
0
Objectives :
To understand
the concept of Thermodynamics
To impart knowledge about formation of steam & steam properties and various type of boilers.
To make the studen
ts understand constructional details & working of I.C.Engines , condensers &
nozzles
Detailed Content
UNIT

I
1.
In
troduction to Thermodynamics: (9
hours)
Introduction, thermodynamic system, properties & processes,
Z
eroth
Law of
Thermodynamics
,
F
irst
law o
f thermodynamics and their applications
to non

flow & flow processes
,
Second law of
thermodynamics. Clausis & Kelvin Plank Statement; Entropy; Representation of processes on P

V & T

S Diagrams
2
.
Properties of Steam
:
(5 Hours)
Introduction, formation of s
team at constant pressure from water, Temperature v/s total Heat graph during
steam formation, Important terms for steam, Steam tables, Advantages of Superheating the steam, Entropy of
wet, dry steam & Superheated steam. Temperature
–
Entropy diagram for w
ater & steam, Mollier Diagram,
Basic Thermodynamic processes with steam

constant volume, constant pressure, constant temp., and
isentropic processes, and their representation on T

S chart & HS diagram
3.
Boilers (5 Hours)
Boiler
Classification, Fire and w
ater tube boilers; Description of Cochran, Locomotive, Lancashire,
Babcock and Wilcox boilers, Stirling Boiler, mountings and
accessories; Economizer, super heater etc.
Modern high pressure boilers.
Characteristics of high pressure boilers, steam accumulat
ors, boiler
performance

equivalent evaporation, boiler efficiency, boiler trial and heat balance sheet.
UNIT
–
II
4. IC Engines (12
Hours)
Indicator Diagram (Actual v/s theoretical) & Valve Timing Diagram (Actual v/s theoretical) for 2 stroke
& 4 stroke
petrol & diesel engines. Principle of simple carburetor, Air / fuel ratio
–
Stiochiometric
Air/fuel ratio,
Efficency & mean effective pressure calculations of Otto & Diesel Cycle;
Octane & Cetane
rating of fuel, Compression ratio & HUCR.
CRDi, MPFi Engi
nes.
Theory of Detonation (knocking) for
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
SI & CI engines, methods to reduce detonation, Supercharging and its advantages, Scavenging and types
of scavenging.
5
.
Condensers
:
(8
Hours)
Introduction, Classification, Parts of steam condensing plant.
Mixture of Air & Steam based on Dalton’s law,
condenser and vacuum efficiencies.
Cooling water calculations.
Methods to check and prevent air
infiltration. Air
pump and calculation of its capacity. Cooling Towers and its types.
UNIT

III
6
.
Vapour Power Cycle: (9
Hours)
Carnot cycle, efficiency ratio, Rankine cycle, methods of improving efficiency, Feed water heating
(Bleeding), reheat cycle, combined reheat regenerative cycle, Ideal working fluid

Binary vapour
cycle ,
combined power and
heating cycles.
7
. Nozzles: (9
Hours)
Introduction, Types of steam nozzles, Flow of steam through convergent

divergent nozzle, Critical pressure
ratio, Diameter of throat and exit for maximum discharge, friction in a nozzle, Nozzle
efficiency,
Supersatu
rated flow or metastable flow, effects of supersaturation.
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting
of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions c
arry equal marks.
Text Book
s:
1.
P K Nag, Engineering Thermodynamics (Tata McGraw Hill )
2.
M.L.Mathur, I.C.Engine (Dhanpat Rai Publications) Ed. 2011
3.
R.S.Khurmi, A textbook of Thermal Engineering S.Chand & Company Ltd.
Recommended Books:
1. Yunus A. Cenge
l and Michael A. Boles, Thermodynamics An engineering Approach ( McGraw
–
Hill ,
Inc, 2005 ,6
th
edition )
2. Dr Vasandani and Dr Kumar; Heat Engineering (Metropolitan Book Co. Pvt.
Ltd., Delhi)
3. R.K.Rajput , Thermal Engineering (Luxmi Publications (P) L
td.)
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B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
MACHINE DRAWING
MEP
–
205
Internal Marks : 6
0
Credits :
3
External Marks : 4
0
L
T
P
0
0
6
Course Objectives :
The objective of this course is
To make the students understand the principles and requirements of production drawings
To prov
ide the students a clear understanding
of assembly
and disassembly of important parts
used in major mechanical engineering applications.
Detailed Contents
Unit
–
I
Introduction:
Principles of Drawing, Types of Machine Drawing, Requirements of Production Dr
awing,
Conventional Representation of materials, Dimensioning, Limits, Fits & Tolerances, Symbols of standard
tolerances, Machining Symbols
Fasteners :
Temporary & Permanent Fasteners; Types of Rivet Head, Riveting Process, Types of Welded
Joints and Symbo
ls for welding representations; Various types of screw threads, Types of nuts and bolts,
Locking Devices, Assembly of Nut, Bolt and Washer
Unit
–
II
Free Hand Sketching of following Machine Components
Keys, Cotter & Knuckle Joint
Types of keys, Saddle Key
, Sunk Key, Gib Head Key; Socket &
Spigot cotter joint, Sleeve and cotter joint, Gib and Cotter Joint
, Knuckle Joint
Couplings:
Solid or Rigid Coupling, Protected and Unprotected Type Flange coupling, Pin type
flexible coupling, muff coupling, Oldham’s & U
niversal coupling
Pipe and Pipe Fittings:
S
pigot and socket joint, Union joint, Expansion joint; Pipe Fitting’s
Unit
–
III
Assembling of different Machine Parts from disassembled views of following Machine Parts
Bearings:
Plummer block, Angular plumber blo
ck, Swivel bearing
Boiler Mountings:
Steam stop valve, Feed check valve, Blow off cock
IC Engine Parts:
Piston, connecting rod
Miscellaneous:
Screw Jack, Tool Post, Tail Stock
Text Books:
1.
P. S. Gill, Machine Drawing, S. K. Kataria & Sons
2.
R. K. Dhawan,
Machine Drawing, S. Chand & Sons
Reference Books:
3.
N.Sidheshwar , P Kannaieh , VVS Sastry, Machine Drawing (Tata McGraw Hill)
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B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
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4.
K L Natayana , P Kannaiah and K Venkata Reddy, Machine Drawing ( New Age International
Publishers )
5.
K. Venugopal,Machine Drawin
g by New Age Publisher
THEORY OF MACHINES

LAB
MEP 206
Internal Marks : 20
Credit : 1
External Marks : 30
L
T
P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted
0
0
2
List of Experiments:

1
To draw the diagrammatical representation (displacement, velocity and acc
eleration) of slider
crank and four bar mechanism and inversions.
2
To draw the velocity diagram of 4 bar mechanism using graphical method including Klien's
construction.
3
To determine the coefficient of friction for the belt pulley material combination.
4
To draw graphs between height and equilibrium speed of various types of governors.
5
To determine the occurrence of different nodes in whirling of the shaft and critical speed of a
shaft.
6
Determination of gyroscopic couple by using graphical method.
7
To draw the graph between displacement of the follower and angle of cam.
8
Determination of compound gear trains and epicyclic gear trains by tabular method and
analytical method
9
To draw circumferential and axial pressure profile in a full journal bearin
g.
10
Determination of balancing of rotating masses by graphical method.
ENGINEERING MATERIALS &
METALLURGY LAB
MEP 207
Internal Marks : 20
Credit : 1
External Marks : 30
L
T
P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted
0
0
2
List of experiments:
1
Determin
ation of hardenability of steel specimen by Jominy END Quench test
2
Analyze the annealing effect on the steel specimen by varying time and temperature.
3
Analyze the microstructure of different heat treated steel specimen
and their effect on mechanical
pr
operties.
4
Examine the effect of normalizing and tempering on steel component.
5
Examine & compare the microstructure of hypo

eutectoid & hyper

eutectoid steel.
6
To examine the effect of austempering on steel specimen
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7
Compare the microstructure obtain
ed from Heat Treatment process on alloy SAE 1040
8
To calculate and compare the hardness of the steel specimen having different rate of cooling
during quenching process
9
Fabrication of any composite material using stir casting method.
10
To check the m
icrostructure and various mechanical properties of any composite material.
CASTING, WELDING & F
ORMING LAB
MEP
208
Internal Marks : 20
Credit : 1
External Marks : 30
L
T
P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted
0
0
2
List of experiments:
1.
Foundry Shop:
P
repare an open floor mould of a simple solid pattern.
Prepare a mould of a split pattern in cope and drag.
Preparing the mould of a step pulley and also preparing the core for the same.
Sand testing experiments to determine
a.
Moisture content test
b.
Shatter
index
c.
Permeability test
d.
Grain fineness number
e.
Green strength
2.
Forging Shop :
To know about basic process of forging
& make a job by hammer forging.
To forge a chisel and acquaint the students with simple idea of
hardening
and tempering.
Various
defects in
forging and
its
inspection.
To forge squares on both ends of a circular ro
d with the help of power hammer.
3.
Welding Shop
Practice of striking arc while using electric arc welding set
and preparation of butt, lap and T
joint by arc welding set.
Welding prac
tice job on arc welding for making uniform and straight weld beads.
Common welding defects and inspection.
Various types of joints and end preparation.
Preparation of butt, lap and T joint by
arc welding.
Preparation of single V/ double V butt joint by us
ing electric arc welding.
Preparation of butt, lap and T joint by using MIG Welding
Preparation of butt, lap and T joint by using TIG Welding
Making a lap joint with the help of spot welding
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Batch 2012 Onwards
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS LAB
MEP 209
Internal Marks : 20
Credit
: 1
External Marks : 30
External Viva/Voce to be conducted
L
T
P
0
0
2
List of experiments:
1.
To draw valve timing diagram of a 4 stroke petrol engine and study of its impact on the
performance of
an IC Engine.
2.
To draw valve timing diagram of a
4 stroke diesel engine.
3.
To perform a Boiler trial: Estimation of equivalent
evaporation and efficiency of a fire tube/ water tube
boiler
through case study.
4.
Determination of dryness fraction of steam
by using separating and throttling calorimeter.
5.
Determi
nation
of
brake power, indicated power, friction power and mechanical
efficiency of a
multi

cylinder petrol engine running at constant speed (Morse
Test)
and to
draw the heat balance
sheet of multi

cylinder petrol engine.
6.
Performance of a diesel engine fro
m no load to full
load (at constant speed) for a
single cylinder
engine in terms of brake power indicated power, mechanical efficiency
and
calculate the SFC
(Specific fuel consumption) and further obtain power consumption curves and draw the heat balance
s
heet of single
cylinder
Diesel engine.
7.
To calculate
actual volume of
air intake
by measuring pressure difference by manometer
of Double
stage reciprocating compressor.
8.
To determine swept volume of compressor, volumetric efficiency, compression ratio and is
othermal
efficiency
of Double stage reciprocating compressor.
9.
To determine the heat extraction efficiency of vertical cooling tower.
10.
To determine the efficiency of vertical/Horizontal condenser.
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4
th
Semester
Syllabus
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
APPLIED MATHEMATICS

III
AMT222
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
4
2
0
Course Objective:
To provide students with the mathematical knowledge and skills that are needed to support their
concurrent and su
bsequent engineering studies.
To lay a foundation for further studies in Engineering Mathematics.
Detailed Content
Unit

I
1.
Functions of Complex Variable :
Analytic functions, Cauchy

Riemann equation, conformal
Mapping, standard theorem, Cauchy’s integra
l formula and derivative of analytic function,
Singular points, poles, residue, complex integration by using method of residues. Taylor’s and
Laurent series
(10)
2.
P
robability and Statistics:
Definitions of probability and sampling theorems, Condit
ional
probability, Mean, median, mode and standard deviation, Random variables, Poisson, Normal and
Binomial distributions
(8)
Unit

II
3.
Partial Differential Equations:
Formation of partial differential equations, Linear partial
differenti
al equations, Linear homogeneous partial differential equations with constant
coefficient, Lagrange’s linear equations
(7)
4.
Applications of Partial Differential Equations:
Classification of Partial Differential equatio
ns,
Method of separation of variables, Applications like Wave equation and Heat conduction
equation in one dimension. Two dimensional Laplace equation solution by the method of
separation of variables. (10)
Unit

III
5.
Laplace Transform :
Laplace transform of various standard functions, properties of laplace
transforms, inverse laplace transforms, transf
orm of derivatives and integrals. Laplace transform
of unit step function, impulse function, periodic function.
(10)
6.
Applications of laplace transform: A
pplications to solution of ordinary linear differential
equations with constant coefficien
ts, and simultaneous differential equations.
(8)
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consi
sting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All quest
ions carry equal marks.
Recommended Books
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
1. Grewal, B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers. New Delhi
2. Jain, R.K. and Lyengar. S.R.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing
House, New Delhi
Reference Books:
1.
Kreyszig , E
., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John wiley
2.
Ray Whlie, C., Advanced Engineering Mathematics., McGraw Hill
MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
MET 221
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 4.5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
2
0
Objectives
of the course:
To provide the students a clear understanding of the concepts of stress , strains & stress strain
diagrams
To impart knowledge about calculation of stresses & strains in various conditions &
understanding concepts of principal stresses &
strains
To make the students understand the concept of shear force & bending moment diagrams,
relationship between slope & deflection , torsional forces
Detailed Contents:
UNIT

I
1.
Simpl
e stresses & strains (8
Hrs)
Stress and Strain and their types,
Hook’s law, longitudinal and lateral strain, Poisson’s ratio, stress

strain
diagram for ductile and brittle materials, extension of a bar due to without and with self weight, bar of
uniform strength, stress and elongation in a tapered bar, elastic constan
ts and their significance, relation
between elastic constants, Young’s modulus of elasticity, modulus of rigidity and bulk modulus. Stresses
in a compound bars, Temperature stress and strain calculation due to axial load and variation of
temperature in sin
gle and compound bars.
2
Compound stresses & strains : (7 Hrs)
Two dimensional stress system, stress at a point on a plane, principal stresses and principal planes,
Mohr’s circle of stress ellipse of stress and their applications. Generalized Hook's law, pri
ncipal stresses
related to principal strains.
Unit

II
3
Bending m
oment & Shear force diagram : (8
Hrs)
Shear force & Bending moment definitions , Shear force & bending moment diagrams for cantilevers,
simply supported beams with or without overhangs and ca
lculation of maximum bending moment and
shear force and the point of contraflexure under concentrated loads , uniformly distributed loads over
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Batch 2012 Onwards
whole span or part of it , combination of uniformly distributed loads and uniformly distributed loads ,
uniformly
varying loads; Relation between rate of loading, shear force & bending moments .
4
Deflection of Beams : (
8
Hrs)
Relationship between Moment, Slope and Deflection, Moment area method, Method of Integration ,
Macaulay’s method
–
To calculate slope & defle
ction of cantilevers, simply supported beams with or
without overhangs under various load conditions.
Unit

III
5
Bending Stresses in beams :
(5
Hrs)
Bending stresses in beams with derivation & application to beam of circular , rectangular , I , T and
channe
l sections. Composite/flitched Beams
6
Torsion : (5 Hrs)
Torsion of thin circular tubes, solid & hollow circular shafts, tapered shafts. Combined torsion and
bending of circular shafts
7
Columns & struts : (5 Hrs)
Columns under axial load, Concept of Instabi
lity & Buckling, Slenderness ratio, Effective Length; Euler’s
Theory of buckling of columns, limitation of Euler’s Formula; Rankine formula, Johnson’s Parabolic
Formula
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter wil
l set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all inc
luding the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1.
S. RamaMrutham, Strength of Materials, Dhanpat Rai & Sons
2.
Dr. R. K. Bansal, Strength of Material (Laxmi Publishers
)
Reference Books:
1.
D.H Shames, Introduction to Solid Mechanics, Prentice Hall Inc.
2.
Gere, Mechanics of Materials (Cengage Learning)
3.
GH Ryder, Strength of Materials
–
( MacMillan)
4.
Crandall & Dahi, An introduction to Mechanics of Solids
–
( McGraw Hill )
5.
Hi
bler, Mechanics of Materials (Pearson Education)
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, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
FLUID MECHANICS
MET 222
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 4.5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
2
0
Objectives of the course :
To understand the structure and the propert
ies of the fluid.
.
To understand the behavior of fluids at rest or in motion and
the complexities involved in solving
the fluid flow problems.
To solve different type of problems related to fluid flow in pipes and do the prototype study of
different type
of machines
UNIT

1
1. Fluid Properties and Fluid Statics
: Concept of fluid and flow, ideal and real fluids, continuum
concept, and properties of fluids, Newtonian and non

Newtonian fluids. Pascal’s law, hydrostatic
equation, hydrostatic forces on plane an
d curved surfaces, stability of floating and submerged bodies,
relative equilibrium, Buoyancy and Archimedes Principle. Metacentric height and its determination
(
8
)
2. Fluid Kinematics
: Eulerian and Lagrangian description of fluid flow stream, streak and p
ath lines;
types of flows, flow rate and continuity equation, differential equation of continuity in cylindrical and
polar coordinates, rotation, vorticity and circulation, stream and potential functions, flow net, Problems.
(8)
UNIT

2
3. Fluid D
ynamics
: Concept of system and control volume, Euler’s equation Bernoulli’s equation
Derivation of Bernoulii’s equation(Using principle of conservation of energy and equation of motion),
kinetic and momentum correction factors, Impulse momentum relationshi
p and its applications. Free and
Forced vortex motions
(
8
)
4. Dimensionless Analysis and Similitude
:Introduction to Dimensionless Analysis, Dimensions,
Dimensionless numbers (Reynolds, Froudes, Euler, Mach, and Weber) and their significance
Physica
l
quantities in Fluid Flow, Dimensionally Homogenous Equations, Buckingham’s π Theorem, Method of
calculation of Dimensionless parameters, Similitude, Physical Significance of Dimensionless parameters,
Model Scales.
(
7
)
UNIT

3
5. Viscous flows
: Lam
inar and Turbulent flows,
Flow regimes and Reynolds’s numberFlow Through
Pipes: Major and minor losses in pipes, Hagen

Poiseuilli law, Darcy equation, hydraulic gradient and
total energy lines, series and parallel connection of pipes, branched pipes; equiv
alent pipe, power
transmission through pipes,Heat loss in pipe and pipe fittings, Problems
(9)
6. Pressure and Flow Measurement
: Manometers, Pitot tubes, Various hydraulic coefficients Orifice
meters, Venturi meters, Borda mouthpieces, Notches (rectang
ular, V and Trapezoidal) and weirs,
Rotameters.
(7)
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, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting
of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions
carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1.
D.S. Kumar, Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering, S.K. Kataria and Sons
Publishers
2.
R.K. Bansal, A Text Book of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, Laxmi
Publication
Reference Books
1.
J.F. Douglas and J.M. Gasiorek,
J.A. Swaffield and L.B. Jack, Fluid Mechanics, Pearson.
2.
Y.A. Cengel and J.M. Cimbala, Fluid Mechanics

Fundamentals and Applications, Tata
McGraw Hill
3.
Fox, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics by ( Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.)
4.
I.H. Shames Mechanics of Fluids by (Mc
graw Hill Newyork)
5.
V.L. Streeter and E.B.Wylie, Fluid Mechanics by (McGraw Hill Newyork 9
th
Edition)
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, Gharuan
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Batch 2012 Onwards
MA
CHINING
PROCESS
ES
MET 223
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 3
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
0
0
Objectives of the cou
rse :
To enable the students to acquire a fundamental knowledge on metal forming technology which is
necessary for an understanding of industrial processes .
Introduction of basic machining operations & different type of machines used Industry .
To acquir
e basic knowledge of cutting tool materials
Detailed Content
Unit

I
Basic
of machine tools & lathes ( 15
hrs)
Classification of cutting tools as single point cutting tool & multi point cutting tools . Properties of cutting
tool materials . Variuos cutti
ng tool materials such as High carbon steels ,High speed steels , Alloy steels
, cemented carbides , ceramics , CBN , Diamond . Concept of speed , feed & depth of cut . Geometry of
single point cutting tool & Tool signature .
Role of cutting fluids in
cutting operations & type of cutting fluids .
Need of lubrication in machines . Different type of lubrication systems with emphasis on centralized
lubrication system .
Lathe : Parts of lathe machine , Accessories of lathe machine , Various operations ca
rried out on lathe.
Kinematics of lathe .. Turret & Capstan Lathe
Unit

II
Different type of m
achines & their applications (15
hrs)
Shaper : Difference between shaper , planer & slotter . Drive mechanism of shaper , Variuos parts of
shaper
Milling : Vari
ous Milling operation , Classification of milling machines , Vertical & Horizontal milling ,
Up milling & Down milling . Indexing : Need of indexing , Simple , compound & differential indexing
Drilling : Difference between drilling , boring & reaming , G
eometry of drill , Type of drilling machines .
Boring operations & boring machines
Grinding : Grinding operation , Classification of grinding processes as cylindrical , surface & centreless
grinding . Nomenclature of grinding wheels .
Broaching : Broachi
ng operation , Type of broaching machine & Parts of broach
Special purpose Machines : What is SPM , Need of SPM , Advantages & disadvantages of SPMs .
Unit
–
III
Powder Metallurgy
( 5 Hrs )
Process of powder metallurgy . Need of powder metallurgy . Ste
ps of powder metallurgy . Types of
producing powders . Briquetting, Sintering & Hot isostatic pressing , Applications of powder Metallurgy
products
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Basics of CNC Machines (4 Hrs)
What is CNC Machine , Need of CNC Machines , Basic Elements of CNC Machines
, Type of CNC
Machines , Applications of CNC Machines , Compaison of SPM V/s CNC machines
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over t
he whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions
from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books :
1.
P.N.Rao, Manufacturing Technology ( Tata McGraw Hill )
2.
P.C.Sharma, A text book of Production Technology ( S Chand Publication )
3.
R.K. Rajput, A Text book of Manufacturing Technology ( Laxmi Pu
blications )
Reference Books:
1.
Amitabha Ghosh & Asok Kumar Malik, Manufacturing Science ( Affiliated East West Press Pvt.
Ltd.)
2.
J.S. Campbell, Principles of Manufaturing Materials & Processes (Tata McGraw Hill)
3.
S. Kalpakjian & Steven R. Schmid, Manufactur
ing Engineering & Technology ( Pearson)
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APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
–
II
MET224
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 4.5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
2
0
OBJECTIVES
1.
Understand various types of Turbines.
2.
Und
erstand various compressors
–
Reciprocating, rotary, centrifugal & Axial
3.
Understand Gas Turbines based on open cycle & close cycle & its refinement
4.
Understand Propulsion systems
–
Jet Propulsion & Rocket Propulsion
Detailed Content
UNIT
–
I
1.
Impulse Steam
Turbines:
Classification of steam turbine, Pressure and velocity compounding, Velocity diagram and work done,
Effect of blade friction on combined velocity triangle, Stage efficiency and overall
efficiency, C
ompounding of Impulse team turbine, Internal
losses in Turbines, Reheating of steam, reheat factor and
regenerative cycle.
(6)
2.
Reaction Turbines :
Pressure and velocity of steam in a Reaction Turbine, Comparison b/w Impulse & Reaction turbine,
Velocity Triangles, Degree of reaction, Bla
de efficiency and its derivation; calculation of blade height;
Special turbines, Various efficiencies
.
Losses in steam turbines,
Governing
of steam turbines. (5
)
3.Reciprocating Compressor
Construction and working of reciprocating compressor, S
ingle stage compression, Multi

stage
compression, P

V diagrams of Single stage and Multi Stage compression process, Efficiency of
compressor, Intercoolers, Efficiencies of compressor.
(5
)
UNIT
–
II
4.Rotary Compressor
Introduction, classification, comparison with reciprocating compressor, Working of Roots blower, Vane
Type compressor, Application of Steady Flow Energy Equation for rotary compressors, Comple
te
representation of compression process, work done. Un

cooled and cooled compression, Representation of
various Efficiencies

Isentropic,
Polytropic, Isothermal.
(5
)
5.Centrifugal Compressor
Complete representation of compression process, preguide vanes, prewhirl phenomena, Consideration of
Slip Factor & power input factor, Degree of Reaction, Geometrical representation of Backward, Forward
&
Radial vanes, Various efficiencies associated

Isentropic, Polytropic, Isothermal
(
5
)
6.Axial Flow Compressor
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Geometry & Working principle, Stage Velocity Triangles, Theory of aerofoil blading, angle of attack,
coeffici
ent of lift and drag, Work done factor, Enthalpy

Entropy Diagram, Compressor stage Efficiency,
Degree of reaction, Losses associated, Surging, Choking and Stalling phenomena, performance
coefficients, Compressor stage efficiencies, Applicati
ons of AFC.
(6
)
UNIT
–
III
7.Gas Turbine
Simple gas turbine cycle, Open cycle arrangement, Cl
osed cycle arrangement, Brayton Cycle, Ideal cycle
v/s actual cycle, Calculation of output and efficiency in both cases, Comparison of Gas turbine with IC
engine, Thermal Refinement

Regeneration, inter

cooling, reheating, Multistaging, Closed and semi

cl
osed gas turbine, comparison of various cycles, Thermal efficiency.
(
7
)
8.
Jet Propulsion

Principle of JP, Different types of systems

Ram Jet, Pulse Jet, Turbo

Jet, Turbo

Prop. Thrust work,
Thrust power
, propulsion energy and efficiencies
associated.
(5)
9.Rocket propulsion

Solid and Liquid propellant system, Thrust, thrust power, propulsion and overall efficiency. Comparison
of Jet Propulsion with Rocket propulsion system.
(4)
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syl
labus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each un
it.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Book
s:
1 V Ganesha, Gas Turbines ( Tata MacGraw Hill ) Ed 2010
2 R.S.Khurmi, A textbook of Thermal Engineering (S.Chand & Company Ltd.)
Recommended Books:
1. P.K.Nag, Thermodynamics An engineering Approach ( McG
raw
–
Hill , Inc, 2005 ,6
th
edition )
2 Dr Vasandani and Dr D.S.Kumar, Heat Engineering (Metropolitan Book Co. Pvt.
Ltd., Delhi)
3. R.K.Rajput, Thermal Engineering (Luxmi Publications (P) Ltd.)
4. Cohan H. and Rogers, Gas Turbine ( Tata McGraw Hill )
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
MECHANICS OF SOLIDS LAB
MEP 225
Internal Marks : 20
Credit : 1
External Marks : 30
L
T
P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted
0
0
2
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:
1
To perform tensile test
for
ductile and brittle materials and to draw stress

strain curve
.
2
To perform Shear test on UTM
3
To perform compression test on
UTM
4
To determine the Rockwell hardness number and
Brinell hardness
number
of the given
specimen.
5
To determine the impact strength of the given material using Charpy impact test and Izod
test
Machine.
6
To
find stiffness of
Open Coil Helical Spring
.
7
To perform torsion test
on Mild steel specimen
8
Determination of Bucking loads of long columns with different end conditions
.
9
To perform Fatigue test on circular test piece
10
Verification
of
MAXWELL Reciprocal theorem
FLUID MECHANICS
–
LAB
MEP226
Internal Marks : 20
Credit : 1
External Marks : 30
L
T
P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted
0
0
2
List of experiments
:
1.
To determine the coefficient of discharge of Notch (V and Rectangu
lar types)
2.
To verify the Bernoullis Theorem.
3.
To find critical Reynolds number for a pipe flow
4.
To determine the minor losses due to sudden enlargement, sudden contraction and bends
5.
To show the velocity and pressure variation with radius in a forced verte
x flow
6.
To determine the Metacentric height of a floating vessel.
7.
To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine the lower
critical Reynolds number
8.
To determine the coefficient of discharge of venturimeter
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
MACHINING PROCESSES
LAB
MEP227
Internal Marks : 20
Credit : 1
External Marks : 30
L
T
P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted
0
0
2
List of experiments
:
1.
To make a job on lathe machine which includes facing,
turning,
taper

turning, knurling &
drilling.
2.
Exercise of internal t
urning and threading operation on Lathe machine.
3.
Study of constructional features and working on Radial drilling machine by performing various
operation on it like drilling, reaming, counter boring, counter sinking and tapping operations
4.
Exercise on drilli
ng, reaming, counter boring, counter sinking and tapping on radial drilling
machine.
5.
To make V threads
& square threads
on lathe machine
6.
To make a job on
Capstan
lathe machine which includes facing,
turning,
taper

turning & drilling.
7.
Grinding of single poin
t cutting tool & study various cutting tool materials
8.
To make a slot cutting & making V block on shaper machin
e.
9.
To make spur gear on milling machine
10.
To make a job on grinding using surface grinder.
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
5th Semester
Syllabus
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
NUMERICAL METHODS
(AMT 3
01)
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 3.5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
1
0
Objectives of the course:
This is a course in the basic tools of numerical analysis that can be used to address analytically
intractable problems
of engineering. A large class of problems cannot be analyzed with
analytical tools, and numerical methods are increasingly expanding the questions we can address.
Numerical methods are vital to all types of applied engineering research. The generality with
which the techniques will be presented in this course will make them applicable to a wide range
of fields.
Detailed Content
s:
UNIT

I
1.
Error Analysis
Types of errors, Propagation of errors, Correct and Significant digits
(3)
2.
Solution of System of
Linear Equations
Exact methods
:LU

decomposition, Gauss

elimination methods without and with partial
pivoting. Iterative methods: Gauss

Jacobi and Gauss

Seidal methods, Matrix norm,
Condition number and Ill

conditioning.
(4)
3
Eigen values and Eigen vecto
rs
Largest and
Smallest eigen values and eigen vectors by power method
(8)
UNIT

II
4.
Roots of Non

linear Equations
Bisection, Regula Falsi, Newton
–
Raphson methods, Direct Iterative method with
convergence criterion, Extension of Newton

Raphson and It
erative methods for two
variables.
(7)
5.
Finite Differences and Divided Differences
Operators, Difference table, Divided differences with properties.
(4)
6.
Interpolation
Interpolation Formulae: Newton’s forward, backward, Stirling’s and Bessel’s
form
ulae,
Newton’s divided difference and Lagrange’s formulae
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Numerical Differentiation
Various formulae
for first and second derivative with errors.
(4)
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
8.
Numerical Integration
Newton

Cotes formulae, General quadrature formula for equid
istant ordinates,
Trapezoidal
, Simpson’s 1/3 and 3/8 rules with their geometrical interpretations & errors.
(4)
9.
Numerical solution of ODE
Picard, T
aylor series, Modified

Euler, Fourth order Runge

Kutta methods .
(5)
Note for Paper setter
:
The syllabu
s has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students
will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text
Books:
1
S.S. Sastry, Introductory Methods Of Numerical Analysis, Pre
ntice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. (2007),
ISBN

13: 978

8120327610.
2.
B.S. Grewal, Numerical Methods In Engineering & Science With Programs In Fortran 77, C & C++,
Khanna
Publishers (2008), ISBN

13: 978

8174091468.
Machine Design

I
(MET

301
)
Internal Marks
: 40
Credits : 5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
4
2
0
Objectives of the course:
The students will understand the basic concepts of inertia forces
& couples applied to
reciprocating parts of a machine.
Students should be a
ble to understand balancing of masses and design of gears & gear trains.
They will also gain knowledge of kinematic synthesis and different applications of gyroscopic
effect.
Detailed Contents:
UNIT

I
1.
Definition and understanding of various types o
f design, Elaborated Design process
,Systematic design conceptualization, product design definition, underlying principles of
design in ergonomics, free body diagram for components design .
(4)
2.
General Design Considerations:
Concept of tea
ring, bearing, shearing, crushing, bending, Selection of materials, Basic
criteria of selection of material, their designation, mechanical properties of those
materials in brief. Study of Stress concentration, factor of safety under differe
nt load
conditions.
(5)
3.
Design of fasteners. RIVETS: Desing of rivets for boiler joints, lozenge joints (uniform
strength joint), eccentrically loaded riveted joints
BOLTS: Understanding the various stresses/ failure in bolted joints, design of cyli
ndrical
covers, basic and eccentrically loads
(10)
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
WELDS: Design for various loading conditions in torsion, shear or direct load, eccentrically
loaded welded joints
UNIT

II
4.
Design of spigot and socket cotter joint, Gib Cotter joint a
nd knuckle joint.
(6)
5.
Design of Transmission Shaft : Design of both solid and hollow shafts for
transmission of torque, bending moments and axial forces, Design of shaft for critically
speed, Design of shaft for rigidity and De
sign of stepped shafts for assembly .
(8)
6.
Design of Keys and Couplings: Design of sunk keys under crushing and shearing, design of
splines
(4)
UNIT

III
7.
Design of Coupling :
design of sleeve and solid muff coupling, clamp or compr
ession
coupling, rigid and flexible flange coupling, design of universal joint
(8)
5.
Lever design: Basic lever design, design of foot and hand lever, cranked lever, bell lever,
safety valve lever and shoe brake lever
(6)
6.
Design of Pi
pe Joints: Stresses in pipe joints, design of circular flange pipe joint, oval flanged
pipe joints, square flange pipe joint.
(6)
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit
and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The s
tudent can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
Aggarwal.D.K, Machine Design
Khurmi R.S, Machine Design
Reference Books
:
1.
Shigley
,
Tata McGraw hill
,
Machine Design
2. Juvinal, John

Wiley Publisher
s
,
Machine Design
3
. Machine Design Data Book by V.K.Jadon (IK International Publications)
Chandigarh University
, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2012 Onwards
MECHANICAL
MEASUREMENT AND METROLOGY
(MET

302)
Internal Marks : 40
Credits : 3.5
External Marks : 60
L
T
P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
3
1
0
Objectives of the course:
To understand the basic principles, construction and working of engineering mechanical
measurement science.
To acquire proficiency in using, calibrating various measurement systems
To understand the problems in measurement sys
tem and develop the competency to
resolve the problems
To know all the measuring instruments and to measure differe
nt parameters in day

to

day
work
Detailed Content
s:
UNIT

I
1.
General Concepts
Need and classification of measurements and instruments; pri
mary, secondary and working
standards; Generalized measurement systems and its functional elements; Comparison between
mechanical and electrical / electronic instruments and factors related to selection of instruments.
(5)
2.
Static and Dynamic Characteri
stics of Instruments
Range and span, accuracy and precision, calibration, hysteresis and dead zone, sensitivity and
linearity, threshold and resolution; speed of response, lag, fidelity and dynamic error, dead time
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