1
D
r
. M.G.R EDUCATIONAL & RESEARCH INSTITUTE
(Dr.M.G.R.UNIVERSITY)
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
B.Tech (Full Time)
CURRICULUM
(F
rom
2010

11
onwards)
III SEMESTER
IV SEMESTER
S.No
Sub. Code
Title of Subject
L
T
P
C
Remarks
1
BMEMA02
Numerical Methods
3
1
0
4
No change
2
BME0
07
Thermal Engineering I
3
1
0
4
No change
3
BME0
08
Strength of Materials
3
1
0
4
Revised
4
BME0
0
9
Mechanics of Machines I
3
1
0
4
No change
5
BME0
1
0
Engineering Metallurgy
3
0
0
3
No cha
nged
6
BMEEL01
Electrical Technology
3
0
0
3
No change
7
8
BME0
11A
BME0
11
B
Metallurgy Lab
Strength of Materials
Lab
0
0
0
0
3
3
1
Two labs
combined
carries 1 credit
9
10
BME0
12A
BME0
12B
Thermal
Engineering
Lab

I
CADD lab
0
0
0
0
3
3
1
Two labs
co
mbined
carries 1 credit
TOTAL
18
4
12
24
S.No
Sub. Code
Title of Subject
L
T
P
C
Remarks
1
BMEMA01
Mathematics III
3
1
0
4
No change
2
BME0
01
Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
3
1
0
4
Do
3
BME0
0
2
Engineering Mechanics
3
1
0
4
Do
4
BME0
03
Engineering Thermodynamics
3
1
0
4
Revised
5
BME0
04
Manufacturing Technology
3
0
0
3
No change
6
BME0
05
Machine Drawing
1
0
3
3
Revis
ed
7
8
BME0
06
A
BME0
06
B
Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
Lab
Foundry and Welding lab
0
0
0
0
3
3
1
No Change
9
BMECS01
Object Oriented Programming &
Practice
2
0
2
1
Do
TOTAL
18
4
11
24
2
V SEMESTER
S.No
Subject Code
Title of Subject
L
T
P
C
Remarks
1
BMEEC01
Electronics and Microprocessor.
3
0
0
3
No change
2
BME0
13
Gas dynamics and Jet Propulsion
3
1
0
4
Elective
Made a
s
core.
3
BME0
14
Engineering Metrology
3
0
0
3
No change
4
BME0
15
Design of Machine Elements

I
3
1
0
4
Revised
5
BME0
16
Thermal Engineering II
3
1
0
4
No change
6
BME0
17
Mechanics of Machines II
3
1
0
4
No change
7
8
BMEEL02
BMEEC02
Electrical Lab
E
lectronics and Microprocessor
Lab
0
0
0
0
3
3
1
2 labs
Combined
carries 1
credit
9
10
BME0
18A
BME0
18
B
Dynamics lab
Metrology Lab
0
0
0
0
3
3
1
2 labs
Combined
carries 1
credit
TOTAL
18
3
12
2
4
VI SEMESTER
S.No
Subject Code
Title of Su
bject
L
T
P
C
Remarks
1
BME0
19
Statistical Quality Control &
Reliability Engg
3
0
0
4
No change
2
BME0
20
Mechatronics
3
0
0
3
Revised
3
BME0
21
Heat & Mass Transfer
3
1
0
4
No change
4
BME0
22
Design of Machine Elements

II
3
1
0
4
Revised
5
BME0
23
M
achine Tools
3
0
0
3
No change
6
BME0
24
Hydraulics and Pneumatics
3
0
0
3
No change
7
BME0
25
A
Mechatronics
Lab
0
0
3
1
Revised
BME0
2
5B
Production Process Lab
0
0
3
No change
8
BME0
2
6A
Thermal Engineering lab

II
0
0
3
1
No change
9
BME0
26B
Indu
strial Training
**
0
0
0
1
No change.
TOTAL
18
2
6
24
*
*
Students are
expected
to
undergo industrial training for a minimum period of 15 days
at
the end of V semester, during v
a
cation period,
and
submit
a report on training and the
depar
tment has to conduct a viva

voce exam
with external and internal examiners
to
3
evaluate the students.
The successful students
will
be awarded
1
credit.
(50 marks for
Internal Assessment + 50 marks for
viva voce exam.
)
VII SEMESTER
S.No
Subject
Code
Titl
e of Subject
L
T
P
C
Remarks
1
BME0
2
7
Resource Management
3
1
0
4
Revised
2
BME0
28
CAD/CAM
3
0
0
3
CAD&
CAM
combined
3
BME0
29
Finite Element Method
3
1
0
4
No
change
4
BME0
3
0
Industrial Management and
Entrepreneurship Development
3
0
0
3
No
change
5
BMEE
01 to
BMEE
10
Elective I
3
1
0
4
No
change
6
BME
E
01 to
BME
E
10
Elective II
3
1
0
4
No
change
7
BME0
31
A
BME0
31
B
Advanced CAD lab
CAM lab
0
0
0
0
3
3
1
New lab
Revised
TOTAL
18
4
6
2
3
VIII SEMESTER
Note:
Labs with same code with suffix A and B together carries 1 credit.
Number
of
Credits for I year
: 4
5
Numbe
r of
Credits from III semester to VIII semester :
13
5
TOTAL CREDITS
:18
0
S.No
Su
bject Code
Title of Subject
L
T
P
C
Remarks
1
B
ME0
3
2
Automobile Engineering
3
0
0
3
No
change
2
BME0
3
3
Environmental Engineering
and
Pollution control
3
0
0
3
revised
3
BME
E
11 to
BME
E
20
Elective III
3
0
0
3
No
change
4
BME
E
11 to
BME
E
2
3
Electiv
e IV
3
0
0
3
No
change
5
BME0
3
4
Project Work
0
0
15
4
No
change
TOTAL
12
0
15
16
4
LIST OF ELECTIVES FOR VII SEMESTER
Subject
Code
Title of Subject
L
T
P
C
Remarks
BMEE
01
Design of Heat Exchangers
3
1
0
4
BMEE
0
2
Instrumentation and
Control Engineering
3
1
0
4
BMEE
0
3
Refrigeration & Air
conditioning
3
1
0
4
BMEE
0
4
Advanced I.C Engines
3
1
0
4
BMEE
0
5
Design of Production Tools
3
1
0
4
Revised
BMEE
06
Process Planning and Cost
Estimation
3
1
0
4
BMEE
07
Computational Fluid
Dynamics
3
1
0
4
BMEE
08
Mechanical Vibrations
3
1
0
4
BMEE
09
Turbo Machines
3
1
0
4
BMEE
1
0
Design of Experiments
3
1
0
4
5
LIST OF ELECTIVES FOR VIII SEMESTER
Subject
Code
Title of Subject
L
T
P
C
Remarks
BMEE
11
Industrial Robotics
3
0
0
3
BMEE
12
Computer Integrated
Manufacturing
3
0
0
3
BMEE
13
Non Conventional Sources of
Energy
3
0
0
3
BMEE
14
Non Conventional Machining
Techniques
3
0
0
3
BMEE
15
Enterprise Resource Planning
3
0
0
3
BMEE
16
Composite Materials
3
0
0
3
BMEE
17
Engineering Ethics
3
0
0
3
BMEE
18
Artificial Intelligence and
Expert System
3
0
0
3
BMEE
19
Industrial Engineering
3
0
0
3
BMEE
20
Total Quality Management
3
0
0
3
BMEE
2
1
Industrial Safety Engineering
3
0
0
3
BMEE
2
2
Ergonomics
3
0
0
3
BMEE
2
3
Nano Technology
3
0
0
3
New
elective
6
SYLLABUS
7
SEMESTER III
8
BMEMA01
MATHEMATICS III
3
1
0
3
UNIT I
Hrs
PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
9
Formation

Solutions of standard typ
es of first order equations

Lagrange's Linear equation

Linear partial differential equations of second and higher order with constant coefficients.
UNIT II
FOURIER SERIES
8
Dirichlet's conditions

General Fourier series

Half

rang
e Sine and Cosine series

Parseval's
identity
–
Harmonic Analysis.
UNIT III
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
9
Classification of second order linear partial differential equations

Solutions of one

dimensional wave equation, one

dimensional heat equatio
n

Steady state solution of two

dimensional heat equation

Fourier series solutions in Cartesian coordinates.
UNIT IV
LAPLACE TRANSFORMS
9
Transforms of simple functions

Basic operational properties

Transforms of derivatives and
integrals
–
Initial and final value theorems

Inverse transforms

Convolution theorem

Periodic functions

Applications of Laplace transforms for solving linear ordinary differential
equations up to second order with constant coefficients and simultaneous equation
s of first
order with constant coefficients.
UNIT V
FOURIER TRANSFORMS
10
Statement of Fourier integral theorem

Fourier transform pairs

Fourier Sine and Cosine
transforms
–
Properties

transforms of simple functions

Convolution the
orem

Parseval's
identity.
Tutorial
: 15
Total Hours
: 60
Text Books:
1. Kreyszig, E., " Advanced Engineering Mathematics " (8th Edition),
John Wiley
and Sons, (Asia) Pte Ltd.,Singapore, 2000.
2. Grewal, B.S., " Higher Engineering Mathematics " (35th Edition),
Khanna Publishers, Delhi 2000.
References:
1. Kandasamy, P., Thilagavathy, K., and Gunavathy, K., " Engineering Mathematics ",
Volumes I
I & III (4th Revised Edition), S. Chand & Co., New Delhi, 2001.
2. Narayanan, S., Manicavachagom Pillay, T.K., Ramanaiah, G.,
“Advanced
Mathematics for Engineering Students ", Volumes II & III
(2ndEdition), S.Viswanathan (Printers & Publishers, Pvt
, Ltd.) 1992.
3. Venkataraman, M.K. " Engineering Mathematics " Volumes III

A & B,
13th Edition National Publishing Company, Chennai, 1998.
4. Shanmugam, T.N. : http://www.annauniv.edu/shan/trans.htm
9
BME0
01
FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY
3
1
0
3
UNIT I
Hrs
PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS
8
Units & Dimensions, Properties of fluids
–
density, specific Gravity, specific weight,
viscosity. Surface tension and Capillarity, Compressibility & Bulk modulus, Vapour pressure,
Measurement
of pressure

Manometers, Mechanical gauges.
UNIT II
FLUID FLOW CONCEPTS AND BASIC EQUATIONS
8
Flow Characteristics, Concepts of System and Control Volume, Continuity, Energy
equation

Euler equation

Bernoulli equation, Impulse momentum
equation

applications.
UNIT III
FLOW THROUGH CIRCULAR CONDUITS
9
Laminar flow through circular tubes
–
Boundary layer thickness

Darcy equation on
pipe roughness
–
Friction factor
–
Minor losses
–
Flow through pipes in series and in par
allel,
Equivalent pipes.
UNIT IV
HYDRAULIC TURBINES
10
Impact of free jets

work done and efficiency calculation, Classification of hydraulic
turbines, Elementary working principles of Pelton, Francis, Kaplan turbine,
Work done
,
Governing of turb
ines, Draft tube, Specific Speed.
UNIT V
HYDRAULIC PUMPS
10
Reciprocating pumps : Classification, Working, Single acting and Double acting, Slip,
Indicator diagram, Air vessels.
Centrifugal pumps : Classification, Components, Working, Velocit
y triangles, Losses
& Efficiency of a centrifugal pump, Pumps in series & parallel, Specific speed, Separation,
Cavitation, Priming.
Tutorial
: 15
Total
Hours :
60
Text Books:
1.
Bansal S.K. “Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines”, (5
th
e
dition), Laxmi
Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 1995.
2.
R.K.Rajput. “Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines”,
S.Chand &
Company Ltd.
,
New
Delhi
, 1998
.
References:
1
.L.Kumar., “Engineering Fluid Mechanics”, Eurasia Publishing House (P) Ltd., New
Delhi,
(
7
th
edition), 1995.
2
R
oberson J.A. & Crowe C.T., “Engineering Fluid Mechanics”, M/s Jaico Publishing
Co., 1998
–
99.
3.
Streeter V.L. and Wylie E.B., “Fluid Mechanics”, McGraw Hill, 1983.
4.
Ramamirtham S., “Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics and Fluid Machines”
, D
hanpat
Rai &
Sons, Delhi, 1988.
5.
Yunus.A.Cengel, Robert H.Turner., “Thermal

Fluid Sciences”, Tata McGraw
Hill.
10
BME0
02
ENGINEERING MECHANICS
3
1
0
3
UNIT I
Hrs
STATICS
09
Introduction
–
units and dimensions
–
Laws of mechanics
–
concurrent forces in a plane

resolution and Composition of forces
–
equilibrium of the particle

resultant force. Equilibrium
of rigid bodies FBD, moments and couples. Supports and reactions,
UNIT II
PROPERTIES OF SURFACE AND SOLIDS
09
Determination of Area and volume
–
First moment of area and the centroid
–
parallel axis and
perpendicular axis theorems
–
Mass moment of inertia and polar moment of inerti
a.
UNIT III
FRICTION
09
Introduction
–
Laws of Friction
–
Coefficient of friction
–
friction of a body lying on an
inclined plane, ladder friction, wedge friction
, screw friction and belt friction.
UNIT IV
DYNAMICS OF PARTICLES
09
Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration, their relationship
–
linear and curvilinear motion

relative motion. Newton’s law

D’Alemberts principle.
UNIT V
DY
NAMICS OF RIGID BODIES
09
Work energy equation of particles
–
Impulse and momentum
–
Impact of Elastic bodies.
Rotation of rigid bodies, General plane motion of rigid bodies.
Tutorial:
15 hrs
Total
:
60 hrs.
Text Books:
1.
A Textbook of Engineering Mechanics
–
R.S.Khurmi, 2000 edition, S.Chand & co Ltd.
2.
Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics

S.Rajasekaran etal,Vikas Publishing House
Pvt Ltd.
Reference:
1.
Engineering Mechanics:STATICS &DYNAMICS

Arthur.P.Boresi,Richard.J.Schmidt,Thomson Brooks/Cole,Chennai.
11
BME0
03
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS
3
1
0
4
UNIT I
Hrs
BASIC CONCEPTS AND FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
8
Thermodynamics systems
, Concepts of continuum, Thermodynamic properties,
Equilibrium, Process, Cycle, Work, Heat, Temperature, Zeroth law of thermodynamics.
First law of thermodynamics
–
Applications to closed and open systems, Internal
energy, Specific heats, Enthalpy, Steady
flow conditions.
UNIT II
SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
:
9
Statements, Reversibility, Causes of irreversibility, Carnot cycle, Reversed carnot cycle,
Heat engines, Refrigerators, Heat pumps.
Clausius inequality, Entropy, Pri
nciples of increase of entropy, Carnot theorem,
Available energy, Availability, Introduction to exergy.
UNIT III
WORKING FLUIDS
:
9
Thermodynamic properties of pure substance, Property diagrams. PVT surface of
water and
other substances, calculation of properties. First law and second law analysis using
tables and charts.
Properties of ideal and real gases, Equation of state, Gas laws. Vanderwal’s equation of
state, Compressibility, Compressibility charts. Daltons law of
partial pressures, Internal
Energy, enthalpy, Specific heat and molecular weight of gas mixtures.
UNIT IV
POWER CYCLES
:
10
Gas power cycles

Carno
t, Otto, Diesel, Dual, Brayton
Cycles.
Vapou
r Power Cycles
–
Rankine, Modified Rankine, Reheat, Ideal Regenerative cycle.
UNIT V
THERMODYNAMIC RELATIONS AND COMBUSTION OF FUELS
9
Exact differentials, T

Ds relations, Maxwell relations, Clausius Clapeyron equations,
Joule

Thom
son coefficient. Heat value of fuels, Combustion equations, Theoretical and excess
air, Air fuel ratio, Exhaust gas analysis.
Tutorials : 15
Total
Hours
: 60
Text Books:
1.
P.K.Nag, “Engineering Thermodynamics” (Second Edition)
–
TataMcGraw Hill
Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi
2.
S.Domkundwar &CP Kothandaraman, “A course in Thermal Engineering”,
Dhanpat Rai & Co. (P) Ltd., 2
002.
References
:
1.Spalding & Cole, Engineering Thermodynamics, ELBS
2.J.P.Holman. Thermodynamics
–
McGraw Hill 1995.
3.
Van Wylen & Sonntag, Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics
–
Wiley
Eastern, 4
th
Edition.
3.
Rogers & Mathew, “Engineering Thermodynamic
s”, Adison Wesley 1999.
4.
Michael Saad, “Thermodynamics”
–
Prentice Hall 1997.
5.
Yunus A.Cengel, “Thermodynamics

An Engg. Approach”, Tata McGraw Hill.
12
BME0
04
MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
3
0
0
3
UNIT I
Hrs
FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY
10
Introdu
ction to Pattern making

Moulding sand

Melting furnaces

Special casting processes

Shell, Investment, Die casting, Full mould process

Defects in casting.
UNIT II
FORMING TECHNOLOGY
10
Cold and hot working

Forging, Rolling, Extrusion, Dr
awing and Deep drawing processes

Sheet metal forming

Blanking, Piercing, Punching, trimming, Shaving, Nibbling, Notching

Stretch forming

Embossing and coining

Bending

Nomenclature of bending

Bend force

Types of dies

Progressive compound a
nd combination dies.
UNIT III
WELDING TECHNOLOGY
10
Classification

Arc Welding

Electrode types

Specification

TIG, MIG, Atomic,
Su
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rged Arc

Resistance welding, Gas welding , Types

Laser, electron beam, Plasma
Arc, Ultrasonic, Electro
slag and Friction welding

Thermal welding

Brazing and soldering

Defects in weld.
UNIT IV
HIGH ENERGY RATE FORMING PROCESS (HERF)
7
Explosive forming, Electro

hydraulic, Electro magnetic forming, dynapac machine, petro forge
machines.
UNIT V
PL
ASTIC MATERIALS AND PROCESSES
8
Types of Plastics

Types of moulding

Compression moulding

Transfer molding

Injection
molding

Blow Moulding

Film and sheet forming

Thermo forming

Reinforced plastic

Laminated plastics.
Total
Hours
:
45
Text Books:
1. Shantha Kumar, “ Production Technology ”, Anuradha Agencies.
2. Sharma P.C., “A text book of Production Technology ", S.Chand & Company
Ltd., New Delhi, 1996.
References:
1. Rao P.N., “Manufacturing Technology

Foundry Forging &
Welding ", Tata McGraw
Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi

2. R.K. Jain, “ Production Technology “
3. O.P. Khanna, “ Welding Technology
13
BME0
05
MACHINE DRAWING
1
0
3
3
UNIT I
DRAWING STANDARD:
5
Code of practice for Engineering Drawing

Elements of dimensioning
–
Dimensioning of
Common Features and Machine Elements

Conventional representation of Common Machine
Elements

Weld symbol

Forms and Proportion
s

Representation of Threads

Fasteners and
Keys.
UNIT II
FIT AND TOLERENCES: 8
Fits and Tolerances

Allocation of Fits for various mating parts

Hole basis

Shaft basis
system

Geometric Tolerances

Indication of Tolerances.
UNIT III
SURFACE TEXTURE: 5
Surface Texture

Definitions

Symbols for indicating Surfac
e Texture

Surface roughness
grades

Symbol for direction of lay

System of indication of Surface Texture symbols on
drawing.
UNIT IV
SECTIONAL VIEWS OF THE FASTENERS: 12
Screw thread terminology

Conventional representation of Screw Threads, Rivets and Keys

Drawing of Hexagonal and Square Headed Bolt and Nut
–
Lap and Butt joint with Single and
Double Cover Plates in chain and
zigzag
Riveting.
UNIT V
ASSEMBLY DRAWING:
30
Preparation of assembled views of the given part details

Knuckle joint

Flange Couplings

Plummer Block

Screw Jack

Tool head of Shaping Machine
–
Lathe Tail Stock

Milling
Fixtu
re

Machine Swivel Vice

IC Engine Connecting rod

Stop Valve.
Total No of Hours : 60
Text Books
1.Goplakrishnan.K.R.Machine Drawing

Subhas publication, Bangalore.
Reference Books
1.Bhatt.N.D., Machine Drawing
–
Charotar Book Stall, Anand.
2.P.S.G. Design Data Book.
14
BME0
06
A
FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY LAB
0
0
3
1
EXPERIMENTS ON FLOW MEASUREMENTS
Venturimeter, Orifice meter,
Mouthpiece.
EXPERIMENT TO DETERMINE FRICTION FACTOR IN PIPES
EXPERIMENTS TO DRAW THE CHARAC
TERISTIC CURVES OF PUMPS
Centrifugal pump, Reciprocating pump and Gear pump.
EXPERIMENTS TO DRAW THE CHARACTERISTIC CURVES OF TURBINES
Pelton Wheel, Francies turbine.
Total Hours : 45
15
BME0
06
B
FOUNDRY AND WELDING LAB
0
0
3
1
FOUNDRY:
Study of tools and equipments
–
Preparation of Green sand moulds for
Flange, Gear, V

grooved pulley ,tumbles etc
WELDING:
Study of tools and equipments
.
Exercises:
1.Electric arc welding exercises
–
lap joint
–
Butt joint
–
Fillet joint
–
Tee joint.
2.Gas welding and gas cutting
–
Template cutting.
References:
1.
Venkatachalapathy V.S., “ First Year Engineering Workshop Practice,”
Raamalinga Publ
ications , Madurai,1999.
2.
Kanaiah P. and Narayana K.C., “ Manual on Workshop Practice,” Scitech
Publications, Chennai, 1999.
16
B
MECS01
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
& PRACTICE
2
0
2
1
THEORY COMPONENT
1.INTROD
UCTION
Programming methodologies

Comparison

Object Oriented concepts

Basics of C++
environment.
2.CLASSES
Definition

Data members

Function members

Access specifiers

Constructors

Default
constructors

Copy constructors

Destructors

Static members

This pointer

Constant members

Free store operators

Control statements
3.INHERITANCE AND POLYMORPHISM
Overloading operators

Functions

Friends

Class derivation

Virtual functions

Abstract base
classes

Multiple inheritance. Microsoft Foundation Class Libraries
4. TEMPLATES
Class templates

Function templates

Exception handli
ng

Streams.
5. JAVA PROGRAMMING
Java environment

Classes

Definition

Fields

Methods

Object creation

Constructors

Overloading methods

Static members

This keyword

Nested classes

Extending classes

Inheritance

member accessibility

Ov
erriding methods

Abstract classes

Interfaces.
LAB COMPONENT
1.
Simple C++ Programs
2.
Implementation of class and object
3.
Implementation of Inheritance
4.
Implementation of Templates
5.
Implementation of Operator Overloading & Fundamentals
6.
Implementation of File Handl
ing and Exception
7.
Simple Java Programs
Total
Hours
: 60
Text Books:
1. Stanley B.Lippman, "The C++ Primer" Pearson Education,3
rd
edition 2000.
2. H.M.Deitel and P.E.Deitel, "Java How to Program", Pearson Education, 5
th
edition 2003.
Referenc
es:
1. Deitel and Deitel, "C++ How to Program" Pearson Education, 4
th
edition 2000.
2. N.Barkakati, "Object Oriented Programming in C++", Prentice Hall of India Pvt.Ltd, 1997.
3. Ken Arnold and James Gosling, "The Java Programming Language with updated 1.3
",
Pearson Education
2000.
17
SEMESTER IV
18
BMEMA02
NUMERICAL METHODS
3
1
0
3
UNIT I
Hrs
SOLUTION OF EQUATIONS AND EIGEN VALUE PROBLEMS
9
Metho
d of false position, Iterative method, Newton

Raphson method for single variable and for
simultaneous equations with two variables, Solutions of a linear system by Gaussian, Gauss

Jordan, Jacobian and Gauss

Seidel methods. Inverse of a matrix by Gauss

Jor
dan method.
Eigen value of a matrix by Power and Jacobi Methods.
UNIT II
INTERPOLATION AND APPROXIMATION
9
Interpolation with Newton's divided differences, Lagrange's polynomial, Newton forward and
backward differences, central difference, Lea
st square polynomial approximations.
UNIT III
NUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION
9
Numerical differentiation with interpolation polynomials, Numerical integration by
Trapezoidal and Simpson's (both 1/3
rd
and 3/8
th
) rules. Two and Three po
int Gaussian
quadrate formula. Double integrals using Trapezoidal and Simpson's rule.
UNIT IV
INITIAL VALUE PROBLEMS FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
9
Single Step Methods

Taylor Series, Euler and Modified Euler, Runge

Kutta method of fourth
o
rder first and second order differential equations. Multistep Methods

Milne and Adam's

Bashforth predictor and corrector methods.
UNIT V
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS FOR ORDINARY AND PARTIAL
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
9
Finite difference solution fo
r the second order ordinary differential equations, Finite difference
solution for one dimensional heat equation (both implicit and explicit). One dimensional wave
equation and two dimensional Laplace and Poisson equations.
Tutorial : 15
Total
Hours
: 60
Text Books:
1. Sastry, S.S.,
“Introductory
Methods of Numerical Analysis (Third Edition) ", Printice Hall
of
India, New
Delhi, 1998.
References:
1. Kandasamy, P., Thilakavathy, K. and Gunavathy, K.,
“Numerical
Methods ", S. Chand &
Co.,
New Delhi
, 1998.
2. Grewal, B.S. and Grewal, J.S.,
“Numerical
Methods in Engineering and Science ", Khanna
Publishers, New
Delhi, 1999.
19
BME0
07
THERMAL ENGINEERING

I
3
1
0
4
UNIT I
Hrs
STEAM GENERATORS
9
Types and Class
ifications, Low pressure, high pressure, fire and water tube boilers
–
Cochran

Locomotive
–
Lancashire boilers

Benson and Lamont boilers

Boiler mountings and Accessories
–
Criteria for selection of a boiler.
UNIT II
STEAM CONDENSERS AND NOZZLES
9
Ste
am condensers
–
introduction
–
classification
–
jet and surface condensers

vacuum
efficiency

condenser efficiency

simple problems.
Steam nozzles
–
i
sentropic flow through nozzles

convergent, convergent divergent nozzles

critical pressure ratio

effect
of fr
iction.
UNIT III
STEAM TURBINES
9
Impulse and Reaction Principles
–
Compounding, Velocity diagrams for simple and multistage
turbines, Speed regulations
–
Governor and nozzle governors.
UNIT IV
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
9
Actual cycles, Valve and port timing diagrams, Engine types and applications, Fuel supply,
Ignition, Cooling and Lubrication System for S.I and C.I engines.
UNIT V
COMBUSTION AND TESTING OF I.
C. ENGINES
9
Cetane and Octane numbers of fuels
–
Combustion, Knocking and Detonation, Scavenging and
Supercharging
–
Performance & Testing of I. C. Engines
–
Determination of frictional power
and determination of various efficiencies
–
Heat balance calculations.
Tutorial
: 15
Total
Hours
: 60
Text Books:
1. Rajput R. K
., “Thermal Engineering”, Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd., 2002
2. C. P. Kothandaraman and S. Domkundwar, “Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering”
Dhanpat Rai & Co. (P) Ltd.
, 2004
References:
1.
P. L. Ballaney, “Thermal Engineering”, Khanna Publi
shers, New Delhi
2.
W.P.Stoecker and J. W. Jones, “Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Tata McGraw Hill
Co. Ltd.,
3.
Ganesan V., Internal Combustion Engines”, Tata McGraw Hill New Delhi
20
BME0
08
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
3
1
0
4
UNIT I STR
ESS, STR
AIN DEFORMATION OF
SOLIDS
9
Rigid and Deformable bodies
–
Strength, Stiffness and Stability
–
Stresses; Tensile,
Compressive and Shear
–
Deformation of simple and compound bars under axial load
–
Thermal
stress
–
Elastic constants and their relationship
–
strain energy due to axial load
–
stress due to suddenly applied load and impact load.
UNIT II
BEAMS

LOADS AND STRESSES 9
Types of beams: Supports and Loads
–
Shear force and Bending Moment in beams
–
Cantilever, Simply supported beams and Overhanging beams
Stresses in beams
–
Theory of simple bending
–
Stress variation along the length and in the
beam s
ection
–
Effect of shape of beam section on stress induced
–
Shear stress distribution in
beams of different sections.
UNIT III
TORSION OF SHAFTS AND SPRINGS
9
Theo
ry of pure torsion

Torsion of circular
and hollow shafts
–
Stepped shafts
–
Composite
shaft
–
Stress due to combined bending and torsion.
Type of springs

Stiffness

Springs in series

Springs in parallel

Stresses and deflections in
helical springs and
leaf springs
–
Design of helical springs

design of buffer
Springs

leaf springs.
UNITIV
DEFLECTION OF BEAMS
9
Double integration method

Macaulay’s Method

Area Mo
ment Theorems for Computations of
slope and deflection in Beams.
Columns
–
End conditions
–
Equivalent length of a column
–
Euler equation
–
Slenderness
ratio
–
Rankine formula for columns.
UNIT V
ANALYSIS OF STRESSES
IN TWO DIMENSIONS
9
Biaxial state of stresses
–
Thin cylindrical and spherical shells
–
Deformation in thin cylindrical
and spherical shells
–
Biaxial stresses at a point

Stress as Tension.
Stresses on inclined plane
–
Principal planes and Prin
cipal stresses
–
Mohr’s circle for biaxial
stresses
–
Maximum shear stress

Strain energy and Strain Energy Density.
Tutorials
:
1
5
T
otal
Hours
: 60
Text Books:
1.
Egor P. Popov, “Engineering Mechanics of Solids”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi,
1997 .
2.
S.Ramamru
thum and R. Narayan, “Strength of Materials”, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, 1996.
3.
Beer F. P. and Johnston R,” Mechanics of Materials”, McGraw

Hill Book Co, Third
Edition, 2002.
21
BME0
09
MECHANICS OF MACHINES
–
I
3
1
0
4
UNIT I
Hrs
KINEMATICS OF MECHANISMS
11
Definition of link, pair, chain, structure, mechanism and machine. Degree of freedom mobility
–
kutzbach criterion
–
Grashoff`s law
–
kinematic inversion
–
Slider crank chain inversions
–
Four bar chain inversions
–
Velocity and Acceleration in simple mechanisms by relative
velocity
method
–
Klien’s construction

Analytical method

location of Instantaneous Centre for
simple
mechanisms

d
efinition of Coriolis component of acceleration.
UNIT II
FRICTION
8
Belt and
rope drives

power calculation

Frictional power loss in bearings

flat pivot and collar
bearing. Friction
in journal bearing.
UNIT III
8
Power transmitted in clutches

single and multiple plate. Brakes

types

braking torque in shoe,
band,
Internally expanding and band and block brakes..
UNIT IV
KIN
EMATICS OF CAM
8
Definition and terminology. Classification of cam and follower

Displacement diagrams
–
Uniform velocity, Simple harmonic motion and uniform acceleration and retardation
–
Synthesis of cam profiles for different reciprocating fo
llowers and different motions. Velocity
and
acceleration of
Follower motion

circular arc and tangent cams.
UNIT V
GEARS
10
Gear terminology

Classification of gears

law of toothed gearing
–
involute and cycloidal
profiles

path of contact

ar
c of contact

contact ratio

Interference
–
minimum number of
teeth

Helical, Bevel, Worm, Rack and Pinion gears (Basics only)

Gear trains
–
simple,
compound and Epicyclic gear trains

Differentials .
Tutorial
: 15
Total Hours
: 60
Text Books:
1. Khurmi R. S, “Theory of Machines “, Eurasia Publishers 1998.
2
. Rattan
S.S.,”Theory of Machines “, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.,
New Delhi, 1994.
3
. Dr.V.P
.Singh.
” Theory of Machines “Dhanpat Rai and Co Private Limited”
Reference:
1. Thomas
Bevan,”Theory of Machines “,CBS Publishers and Distributors ,1984.
2. Shigley J.E and Uicker J.J., “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms “, McGraw Hill
Inc.
, 1995.
22
BME0
10
ENGINEERING METALLURGY
3
1
0
3
UNIT I
Hrs
CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND STRENGTHENING MECHANISMS
9
Crystalline and amorphous solids

Unit cell and primitive cell

Miller indices BCC,
FCC and HCP crystal structures and their pack
ing factors

Crystal defects

Point defects and
line defects (edge dislocation and screw dislocation). Effect of crystal imperfections in
mechanical properties

strengthening mechanisms for the improvement of mechanical properties.
UNIT II
FRACTURE AND
ITS PREVENTION
9
Fracture

Mechanism of brittle fracture (Griffith’s theory) and ductile fracture

Difference between brittle and ductile fractures

Fatigue failure and its prevention

Creep

different stages in creep curve

Factors affecting creep resistant materials

Mechanism of
creep fracture.
UNIT III
FERROUS ALLOYS
9
Significance of phase diagr
am

Allotropy and phase change of pure iron

Classification
of steels and cast iron

Iron

carbon equilibrium diagram

Microstructure of iron and steel

Ferrous alloy and their applications

Factors affecting mechanical properties.
UNIT IV
NON
–
FE
RROUS METALS AND ALLOYS
9
Factors affecting conductivity of metal

Electrical resistivity in alloys

Thermal
conductivity of metals and alloys

Silver, Copper and Aluminium

High resistivity alloys

N
ickel, Chromium, Manganese and their composition and applications

Super hard materials

Tungsten carbide and Boron nitride.
UNIT V
HEAT TREATMENT
9
Definition

Clas
sification of heat treatment process

Purpose of heat treatment

Principles (fundamentals) of heat treatment

Annealing

Normalizing

Hardening

Tempering

Interrupted quenching

Martempering

Austempering

Ausforming

Maraging

Testing of materi
als

Destructive testing

Tensile, Compression, Hardness, Impact, Torsion,
Fatigue. Non

destructive testing

Visual inspection, Hammer test, Radiography, Ultrasonic
inspection.
Total
Hours
: 45
Textbooks:
1.
Arumugam, M.,
“Material
Science”
, Anuradha Publishers, 1997.
2.
O.P. Kanna
“Material
Science and Metallurgy”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt., Ltd., 1999.
23
References:
1.
Raghavan, V.,“Materials Science and Engineering”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt., Ltd.,
1999.
2.
Muralidhara., M.K. “ Material s
cience and Process”, Danpat Rai Publishing
Co., 1998.
3.
Nayak, S.P., “Engineering Metallurgy and Material Science”, Character
Publishing House, Anand, India 1985;
4.
Van Vlack, “Material Science for Engineers”, Addison Wesley
, 1985.
5.
Anver, “Introduction to Physical Metallurgy, McGraw Hill International Book
Company, 1994.
24
BMEEL01
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
3
0
0
3
UNIT I
Hrs
DC CIRCUITS:
9
Introduction

circuit parameters
–
Kirchhoff’s laws
–
circuit reduction techniques

Thevenin’s
theorem
–
Maximum power transfer theorem
AC CIRCUITS
:
RMS and average values of periodic waves
–
form factor
–
phase and phase difference
–
RL,
RC, RLC circu
its
–
power and power factor
–
Introduction to three phase system
–
solution of
balanced three phase circuits.
UNIT II
DC MACHINES
9
Construction details of DC machines
–
principle of operation of DC generator
–
EMF equation
–
Chara
cteristics of DC generators
–
Principle of DC motor
–
Back EMF
–
Torque equation
–
Characteristics shunt, series and compound motors

Losses and efficiency
–
Starters
–
Speed
control
–
applications.
UNIT III
TRANSFORMERS
9
Principle o
f ideal transformer
–
constructional details
–
EMF equation
–
Equivalent circuit
–
Voltage regulation
–
losses and efficiency
–
OC and SC tests on transformer
–
Autotransformer
–
Power supplies

basic principle of SMPS and UPS.
UNIT IV
SYNCHR
ONOUS MACHINES AND INDUCTION MOTORS
9
Construction details
–
principle of alternator
–
EMF equation
–
Voltage regulation
–
Starting
of synchronous motor
–
effect of field excitation
–
Induction motor
–
principle of operation
–
torque equation
–
torque

slip characteristics
–
Starting methods and speed control
–
principle
of single

phase induction motor

applications. (Qualitative Treatment only)
UNIT V
ELECTRICAL DRIVES
9
Types of Electrical Drives

Factors Influencing the Choice
of Electrical Drives, Heating and
Cooling Curves

Loading Conditions and Classes of Duty

Determination of Power Rating

Drives for Textile mills, Steel rolling mills, Machine tools and Cranes & hoist drives.
(Qualitative Treatment only)
Total
Hours
: 45
Text Books:
1
.
S.K Bhattacharya, “Electrical Machines”, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publications, 2
nd
Edition,
1998.
2. Sudhakar & Shya
mmohan “ Circuits & Networks Analysis & Synthesis”
Tata McGraw
–
Hill, 2001.
25
Reference Books:
1. J.A.Edminister, “Theory And Problems On Electric Circuits” Mc Graw Hill
Publications, 1994.
2. I.J. Nagrath & D.P. Kothari, “Electrical Machi
nes”, TMH Publications.
3. “Hughes Electrical Technology”, Revised by I Mckenzie Smith, Low price Edition,
Pearson Education, Seventh
26
BME0
11
A
METALLURGY LAB
0
0
3
1
STUDY E
XPERIMENTS
1.
Introduction of
metallurgy
2.
Specimen preparation
3.
Metallurgical microscope
4.
Iron carbon system
5.
Time temperature transformation diagram (TTT)
MICROSTRUCTURE ANALYSIS
6.
Brass
7.
Copper
8.
Gray cast

iron
9.
Malleable cast

iron
10.
Nodular iron
11.
Mild

steel
12.
Stainless

steel
13.
High stainless

stee
l
HEAT TREATMENT PROCESS
14.
Jominey quench test
15.
Hardness of steel
16.
Creep test
Total
Hours:
45
27
BME0
11
B
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB
0
0
3
1
1.
Evaluation of Engineering Stress/strain diagram on steel rod .
2.
Compression test on Bri
cks, Concrete blocks
3.
Deflection test on beams
–
Verification of Maxwell Theorem
4.
Hardness testing of Steel , Copper and Aluminium using Brinell hardness machines
5.
Hardness testing of Steel ,Copper and Aluminium using Rockwell machine
6.
Estimation of Spring con
stant ,under Tension and Compression
7.
Estimation of notch toughness of steel using Charpy impact testing machine
8.
Double shear test of mild steel and aluminum.
9.
Fatigue test on steel shaft
Total
Hours
: 45
BME0
12
A
THERM
AL LAB
–
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Study of steam generators and turbines.
2.
Performance and energy balance test on a steam generator.
3.
Performance and energy balance test on a steam turbine.
4.
Performance test on a steam condenser.
5.
Analysis of flue gas u
sing Orsat apparatus.
IC ENGINES LAB
1.
Study of IC engines components and loading devices.
2.
Valve timing and port timing diagrams.
3.
Performance test on 4

stroke twin cylinder diesel engine.
4.
Heat balance test on 4

stroke single cylinder diesel engine.
5.
Perfor
mance test on single cylinder 4

stroke petrol engine.
6.
Morse test on multi cylinder petrol engine.
7.
Retardation test to find frictional power of a diesel engine.
Total
Hou
rs
: 45
28
BME0
1
2B
CADD LAB
0
0
3
1
Introduction to computer Aided Design and Drafting Packages.
2D
–
Drawing using Auto CAD
Basic commands in AUTOCAD

Utility,draw,modify,display commands.
2D sectiona
l views, part drawing, assembly drawing, detailed drawing.
Dimensioning, annotations, symbols
–
Welding, Surface finish, threads, Text, Bill of Materials,
Title Block.
Exercises
–
Knuckle joint, Gib & Cotter joint, Screw Jack, Foot step bearing.
Orthograp
hic views, Isometric views.
Solid modeling features

boolean operations.
29
SEMESTER V
30
B
M
E
E
C
01
ELECTRONICS AND MICROPROCESSOR
3
0
0
3
UNIT I
Hrs
ANALOG ELECTRONICS:
9
PN

junction diode

Zener diode

Characteristics

BJT

CB, CE, CC

FET, MOSFET
Characteristics

Operational amplifiers

Applications
–
Inverting

Non Inverting

Integrator

Multiplier

differentiator

Comparator

A/D & D/A converters.
UNIT II
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
:
9
Number systems

Binary, Octal, hexadecimal, Binary arithmetic

complement arithmetic

Binary coded decimal

Boolean Algebra

De Morgan’s Laws

Logic gates

AND, OR, NOT,
NAND, NOR, XOR

half & full adders

Multiplexers

Demultiplexers

Encoder

Decoder.
U
NIT III
FLIP FLOPS
.
9
Flip Flops

RS

JK

D&T

Asynchronous & Synchronous counters

shift registers (brief
explanation only)
UNIT IV
MICROPROCESSOR
:
9
Simple Block Diagram

CPU

control unit

ALU

Registers

Architecture of 8085

Addressing
modes

Direct

Indirect, Implicit

Basic concepts of microprocessor programming
–
Assembly
language programming
–
Instruction sets of 8085

simple programs.
UNIT V
ELECTRONICS AND MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATIONS:
9
Peripheral Interfacing
–
8212 & 8255
–
RAM
–
ROM
–
EPRO
M

Hierarchy of memory

simple
control applications
–
Traffic light

stepper motor

Temperature and humidity in refrigeration
applications.
Total Hours :45
Text Book:
1.Mehta.V.K.,Principle Of Electronics

S.Chand & Company,1994.
Reference Books:
1.Malvino A.
P., Digital Electronics Principles And Applications.
2.Goanker R.S., Microprocessor Architecture Programming And Applications

New Age
International.
3.Barry Hollen Beak, Automotive, Electricity, Electronics & Computer Control, Delmor 1998.
31
BME0
1
3
GAS DYNAMICS AND JET PROPULSION
3
1
0
4
(Use of approved Gas tables permitted in Examination)
UNIT I
Hrs
COMPRESSIBLE FLOW
–
FUNDAMENTALS:
9
Energy and momentum equations for compressible fluid flows,
various regions of flows,
reference velocities, stagnation state, velocity of sound, critical states.
Mach number, critical Mach number, types of waves. Mach cone, Mach angle,
effect of Mach number on compressibility.
UNIT II
FLOW THROUGH VARIABLE AREA
DUCTS:
9
Isentropic flow through variable area ducts. T

s and h

s diagrams for nozzle
and diffuser flows, area ratio as a function of Mach number, mass flow rate
through nozzles and diffusers, effect of friction in flow through nozzles.
UNIT III
FLOW THROUGH CONSTANT AREA DUCTS:
9
Flow in constant area ducts with friction (Fanno flow)
–
Fanno curves and
Fanno flow equation, variation of flow properties, variation of Mach number
with duct length.Isothermal flow with friction in constant area
ducts. Flow in
constant area ducts with heat transfer(Rayleigh flow), Rayleigh line and
Rayleigh flow equation, variation of flow properties, Maximum heat transfer.
UNIT IV
NORMAL SHOCK:
9
Governing equations, variation of flow parameters like
static pressure, static
temperature, density, stagnation pressure and entropy across the normal
shocks. Prandtl Meyer equation, impossibility of shock in subsonic flows,
flow in convergent and divergent nozzle with shock, normal shock in fanno
and Rayle
igh flows, flow with oblique shock (elementary treatment only).
UNIT V
PROPULSION:
9
Aircraft propulsion
–
Types of jet engines
–
energy flow through jet engines,
study of turbojet engine components
–
Diffuser, compressor, combustion
chamber,
turbine and exhaust systems, performance of turbo jet engines
–
Thrust, thrust power, propulsive and overall efficiencies, thrust augmentation
in turbo jet engine, ram jet and pulse jet engines.
Rocket propulsion
–
rocket engines thrust equation
–
Effe
ctive jet velocity
specific impulse
–
rocket engine performance. Solid and liquid propellants,
comparison of different propulsion system.
Tutorials
: 15
Total Hours : 60
32
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY
3
0
0
3
UNITI
Hrs
BASIC CONCEPTS OF MEASUREMENTS
7
Need for measurement

Precision and Accuracy

Reliability

Errors in Measurements
–
Types
–
Causes.
UNITII
LINEAR AND ANGULAR MEASUREMENTS
9
Measurement of Engineering Components: Compa
rators (Mechanical, Optical, Electrical)

Slip Gauges

Limit Gauges

Auto Collimator

Angle Decker

Alignment Telescope

Sine Bar

Bevel Protractor.
UNITIII
FORM MEASUREMENTS
10
Measurement of: Screw Thread

Gears

Radius

Surface Finish
–
Straightness

Flatness
–
Roundness.
UNITIV
LASER METROLOGY
10
Precision instrument based on Laser: Use of Lasers

Principle

Laser Interferometer

Application in Linear and Angular measurements

Testing of machine tools using Laser
Interfe
rometer.
UNITV
ADVANCES IN METROLOGY
9
Co

ordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)

Constructional features

Types

Applications of
CMM
–
CNC applications

Computer Aided Inspection (CAI)

Machine Vision

Applications
in Metrology.
Total
Hour
s
:
45
P.S.:
Problems not included
Text Book:
1. R.K. Jain, “Engineering Metrology “, Khanna publishers, 1994.
Reference Books:
1.
I.C. Gupta, “ A Text book of Engineering Metrology “, Dhanpat Rai & sons, 1996.
2.
G.N. Galyer and C.R. Shotbolt, “ Metrology
for Engineers “, ELBS edition, 1990.
3.
Thomas “Engineering Metrology “, Butthinson & co, 1984.
33
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15
DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS

I
3
1
0
4
UNIT I
Hrs
FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN
12
Introduction to the design Process
–
Co
mputer aided design
–
Mechanical Properties of
Materials
–
Selection of material based on its physical properties. Types of Loads
–
Stresses
–
Static, Varying , Factor of Safety
–
Theories of Failure
–
Stress Concentration Factors
UNIT II
DESIGN OF J
OINTS
9
Design of Cotter and Pin Joints
–
Design of Welded Joints
–
Design of Riveted Joints
.
UNITIII
DESIGN OF BASIC TRANSMISSION ELEMENTS
9
Design of solid and hollow shafts based on strength, rigidity and critical spe
ed.
Design of keys, Coupling
–
rigid and flexible couplings.
UNIT IV
DESIGN OF IC ENGINE COMPONENTS
6
Design of Connecting Rod
–
Piston
–
Flywheel.
UNITV
DESIGN OF SPRINGS
9
Design of Helical Springs
–
Compression and Tension
–
Bellevil
le Springs
–
Leaf Springs.
Tutorials
: 15
Total
Hours
: 60
Note:
Approved Design Data Book is permitted in the Examination
.
Text Books:
1. S. G. Kulkurni, “Machine Design
–
Solved Problems “,Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Co
mpany Ltd., 1998.
2. Joseph Edward Shigley and Charles R. Mischke, “Mechanical
Engineering Design “McGraw Hill International Edition, 1989.
3. G. K. Vijayaraghavan and S. Vishnupriyan, ‘Design of Machine Elements
Lakshmi Publications.
Reference
Books:
1. V. B. Bhandari, “Design of Machine Elements “,Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing Company Ltd., 1998.
2. Gitin M. Maitra and L. N. Prasad, “Hand Book of Mechanical Design “,
Tata McGraw Hill, 1985.
34
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THERMAL ENGINEERING
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–
Multistage operation, Effect of clearance, Volumetric
efficiency. Rotary Compressor
–
Construction & Working of vane type blower, roots blower,
screw compressor, c
entrifugal compressor.
UNITII
GAS TURBINES
9
Classifications, Constant pressure Open cycle Gas turbines

Methods for improvement
of Thermal efficiency
–
Intercooling, Reheating, Regeneration, Effect of operating variables on
thermal efficiency.
Constant pressure closed cycle gas turbines, Gas turbine fuels.
UNITIII
REFRIGERATION
9
Reversed Carnot cycle, Bell Coleman Cycle, Vapour Compression refrigeration cycle
–
Components, Working, P

H & T

S diagrams, Calculation of COP, effect of su
bcooling and
superheating, Properties of refrigerants, Important refrigerants,Vapour absorption
refrigeration cycles.
UNITIV
AIR

CONDITIONING
9
Introduction to Psychrometry
–
Psychrometric charts
–
Psychrometric processes

Principles of air

co
nditioning
–
Types of a/c systems
–
Summer, Winter comfort and Year
round air

conditioning
–
Design of air

conditioners
–
Heat load calculations.
UNITV
LAYOUT OF POWER PLANT
9
Layout of Steam ,hydel,diesel,MHD, nuclear and Gas

turbine power plants
–
Combined
power cycles
–
Comparison and selection.
Tutorial
:
15
Total Hours : 60
TEXT BOOK
:
R.K.Rajput , ‘Thermal Engineering’., Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd, New Delhi
REFERENCES :
1.
B.K.sarkar ,’Thermal Engineering’, Tata mc
graw

Hill publishing company Ltd.
2.
W.P.Stoecker and J.W.Jones , ‘Refrigeration and airconditioning’ , Tata mcgraw Hill,
New Delhi
3.
P.L.Ballaney , ‘Thermal engineering ‘, Khanna Publishers.
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MECHANICS OF MACHINES

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UNIT I
Hr
s
FORCE ANALYSIS
9
Dynamic force analysis
–
Inertia force and Inertia torque
–
D’Alemberts principle

The
Principle of Superposition
–
Dynamic analysis in Reciprocating Engines
–
Gas forces
–
Equivalent masses
–
Bearing loads
–
Crank shaft
Torque

Turning moment diagrams
–
Fly
wheels.
UNIT II
BALANCING
9
Static and dynamic balancing
–
Balancing of rotating masses in same plane and in different
planes. Balancing of reciprocating masses

partial balancing of locomotives
–
tractive force,
swaying couple and hammer blow.
UNIT III
LONGITUDINAL VIBRATION
9
Basic features of vibratory systems
–
types of vibration
–
Degrees of freedom
–
free longitudinal
vibration of Single degree of freedom
–
damping
–
logarithmic decrement
–
forced damped
vibration

magnification factor

vibration isolation

transmissibility.
UNIT IV
TRANSVERSE AND TORSIONAL VIBRATION.
9
Transverse vibration

single concentrated load, Uniformly loaded shaft , shaft carrying severa
l
loads and whirling of shafts

Torsional vibration

single, two and three rotor systems
–
Torsionally Equivalent shaft

geared system.
UNIT V
MECHANISM FOR CONTROL
9
Governors
–
Types
–
Centrifugal governors
–
Watt, Porter , Proell and Har
tnel Governors
–
Equlibrium conditions, Iso

chronous , Sensitivity , Hunting, Stability, Effort and Power of
Governor

Controlling Force Diagram
–
Effect of friction
–
Gyroscopic Stabilization
–
Gyroscopic effects in Automobiles, ships and airplanes .
Tutorial : 15
Total
Hours
: 60
Text Books:
1.Rattan S.S.,”Theory of Machines “, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.,
New Delhi, 1994.
2.Dr.V.P.Singh.,” Theory of Machines “D
hanpat Rai and Co Private Limited”
Reference:
1.Thomas Bevan ,”Theory of Machines “,CBS Publishers and Distributors ,1984.
2. Shigley J.E and Uicker J.J., “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms “, McGraw Hill
Inc ., 1995.
3.Khurmi R. S, “Theory of Ma
chines “, Eurasia Publishers 1998.
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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1.
Open Circuit and Load Test on DC Shunt Generator
2.
Load Test on DC Shunt Motor.
3.
Load Test on DC Series Motor.
4.
SwineBurne’s Test
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