# Sr. No.No. of Week

Mechanics

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FIFTH SEMESTER

(MECHANICAL)

THEORY OF MACHINES

Sr. No.

No. of
Week

TOPICS

Wtg of
Marks

1.

8

Weeks

1.

Basic Concepts

1.1

Definition of static’s, kinetics, kinematics and dynamics.

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Rigid body and resistant body.

1.3

1.4

Kinema
tics pairs and their types.

1.5

Degree of freedom.

1.6

Kinematics chain and their types.

1.7

Constrained motion and mechanisms.

1.8

Classification of mechanisms.

1.9

Equivalent mechanism.

1.10

Laws of inversion of mechanisms.

1.11

Single slider crank chain and its inversions.

1.12

Q
uick return mechanism and IC engine mechanism.

1.13

Double slider crank chain mechanism and its inversions
like scotch yoke mechanism.

1.14

Indicator mechanism, pantograph.

1.15

Steering gear mechanism

15%

2.

2.

Fly Wheel

2.1

Functions of fly wheel

2.2

Kinetic Ene
rgy of rotating masses, turning moment
diagram.

2.3

Types of fly wheels

2.4

Co
-
efficient of energy & speed

2.5

Simple problems.

10%

3.

3.

Governor

3.1

Functions of governor; comparison between a fly wheel

and governor.

3.2

Types of governor

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an搠 w潲歩ng

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Simple problems on watt and porter Governor

3.4

Terminology used in Governors: Height, equilibrium
speed, Hunting, isochronism’s, stability, sensitiveness
(k漠oumerical 灲潢oem)

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4
.

4.

Cams

4.1

Definition of cam

4.2

Classification of cams

4.3

Followers and their classification

4.4

Brief description of different types of cams and followers
with simple line diagram.

4.5

Simple cam profile for uniform velocity, SHM and
uniform acceleration and deceleratio
n with Flat, knife
edge and roller type follower

10%

5.

5.

Power Transmission Devices (Belt, Rope and Chain Drive)

5.1

Introduction

5.2

Belt and rope drives, open and crossed belt drives,
actions of belt on pulleys, velocity ratio

5.3

Material for belts and ro
pes

5.4

Slip in belts & ropes

5.5

Types of V Belt and Flat belt

5.6

Types of pulleys

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Crowning in pulley

5.8

Laws of belting and length of belt (open & cross belt)

5.9

Ratio of tensions

5.10

Power transmitted and max power transmitted by belt

5.11

Cen
trifugal effect on belt

5.12

Initial tension

5.13

Chain drive, classification of chains

5.14

Selection of rope based on the load to be lifted

15%

Mid Sem Exam

6.

6

weeks

6.

Gear Drive

6.1

Functions of gear

6.2

Classification of gears

6.3

Gear n
omenclature

6.4

Forms of teeth, cycloid profile and involute profile teeth

6.5

Simple, compound, reverted and epicyclic gear train

6.6

Simple problems on gear trains

10%

7.

7.

Friction & Clutches

7.1

Frictional torque in screws for both square and V
-

7.2

Screw

jack

7.3

Calculation of power required for raising a load

7.4

Friction in collars & pivots.

7.5

Friction in plate clutch & conical clutch.

7.6

Different types of bearings & their applications.

7.7

Derivation of formula for torque wasted in friction
bearing and torque tr
ansmission capacity of clutches

10%

8.

8.

Balancing

8.1

Need of balancing

8.2

Concept of static and dynamic balancing

8.3

Balancing of rotating mass by another mass in the same
plane

8.4

Concept of reference plane

8.5

Simple problems pertaining to several masses ro
tating in
different planes

10%

9.

9.

Vibration

9.1

Introduction

9.2

Types of vibration

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t潲si潮al vi扲ation

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Causes, remedial measures & harmful effects of
vibrations

10%

Final Exam

FIFTH SEMESTER

(MECHANICAL)

REF
RIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING

Sr. No.

No. of
Week

TOPICS

Wtg of
Marks

1.

8

weeks

1.

Fundamental of Refrigeration

Introduction to refrigeration and air conditioning, units of
refrigeration, methods of refrigeration, natural system and
artifi
cial system of refrigeration, refrigeration effect. Rating of
refrigeration, co efficient of performance. Difference between
COP and efficiency. Introduction to air refrigeration cycle.

15%

2.

2.

Vapour Compression System

Principle, function, parts an
d necessity of vapour compression
system. P

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3.

3.

Refrigerants

Physical, chemical, thermodynamic and commercial properties of

NH3, water, CO
2
, R
-
12, R
-
22 and R
-
134 A. Properties of ide
al

Refrigerants used in refrigeration system.

10%

4.

4.

Vapour Absorption System

Introduction, principle and working of Electrolux refrigeration
system, solar power refrigeration system, advantages and
disadvantages of solar power refrigera
tion system over vapour
compression system.

15%

Mid Sem Exam

5.

6

weeks

5.

Refrigeration Equipment

5.1

Compressor

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Condenser

cuncti潮Ⱐ sari潵s ty灥s 潦 c潮摥nser⸠

㔮5

Evaporators

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f eva灯pat潲s⸠

㔮5

Expansion Devices

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valve⸠

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6.

6.

Psychometry

Definition of dry air, moisture, satura
ted air, unsaturated air,

specific humidity, relative humidity, degree of saturation, DBT,
WBT, DPT. Psychometric charts, heating with humidification,
cooling with dehumidification, by pass factor. Air conditioning
systems. Windows type air conditioner, s
plit type air
conditioner.

15%

7.

7.

Miscellaneous

7.1

Study of Ice plant, cold storage, centrally air
-
conditioned
plant, air conditioning of car.

7.2

Insulating materials.

7.3

Safety switches

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witchⰠ潩l 灲essure cut 潵t
switch⸠

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Final Exam

FIFTH SEMESTER

(MECHANICAL)

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Sr. No.

No. of
Week

TOPICS

Wtg of
Marks

1.

8

weeks

1.

Production and Productivity

Production, production functions, productiv
ity, factors affecting
productivity, measurement of productivity, causes of decrease in
productivity, difference between production and productivity.

15%

2.

2.

Plant Location, Layout and Material Handling

Plant location, factors affecting plant location
, concept of plant
layout, types of layout, their characteristics, factors affecting
plant layout, work station design, factors considered while
designing a work station, introduction, need and objective of
material handling, factors considered while selec
ting a material
handling device, safety concept of material handling equipment.

15%

3.

3.

Work Study

Definition and scope of work study; areas of application of work
study in industry, Role of work study in improving productivity,
Objectives, needs
and methods of method study, information
collection, recording techniques, process symbols, charts and
diagrams, critical examination, development, installation and
maintenance of improved methods, work measurement
objectives, needs and methods of work mea
surement, time study,
various allowances, calculation of time, work sampling, standard
data and its use. Application of engineered time standards and
work sampling Ergonomics, concept and advantages.

20%

Mid Sem Exam

4.

6

weeks

4.

Job Eval
uation and Incentives

Introduction, objectives, needs of job evaluation, job definition,
job analysis, data source, job evaluation methods such as ranking
method, grade description method, point system and factor
comparison method, hybrid system. Incenti
ve
-
definition and
concept, incentive and productivity relation, types of incentives
such as financial, non financial. Individual and group
incentives, pre requisites for incentives, characteristics of a good
incentives plan

15%

5.

5.

Production Plann
ing and Control

Introduction, objectives and components (functions) of P.P.C,

Advantages of production planning and Production Control,
stages of P.P.C, process planning, routing, scheduling,
dispatching and follow up, routing purpose, route sheets,
sched
uling

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6.

6.

Estimation and Costing

Introduction, purpose/functions of estimating, costing concept,
ladder and elements of cost, difference between estimation and
costing. Overheads and th
eir types, estimation of material cost,
estimation of cost for machining processes, numerical problems

15%

Final Exam

FIFTH SEMESTER

(MECHANICAL)

WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY

III

Sr. No.

No. of
Week

TOPICS

Wtg of
Marks

1.

8

weeks

1.

Moder
n Machining Processes

1.1

Mechanical Process: Ultrasonic machining (USM):
Introduction, principle, process, advantages and
limitations, applications.

1.2

Electro Chemical Processes: Electro chemical machining
(ECM)

cun摡mental 灲incipleⰠ 灲潣essⰠa灰pications.

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Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM): Introduction,
principle parts of EDM machine, EDM terminology.
Principal, metal removing rate, dielectric fluid and
properties of electric fluid, applications. Wire cut EDM.

15%

2.

2.

Plastic Moulding Techniques

2.1

Injection moulding

w潲歩ng 灲inci灬eⰠ a摶antages an搠
limitations

㈮2

Blow moulding

w潲歩ng 灲inci灬eⰠ a摶antages an搠
limitations

㈮2

Compression moulding

t潲歩ng 灲inci灬eⰠ a摶antages
an搠limitatio湳

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3.

3.

Metallic Coating Process

3.1

Metal spray
ing

tire 灲潣essⰠ 灯p摥r 灲潣essⰠ
a灰pications

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Electro plating, anodizing and galvanizing

3.3

Organic Coatings
-

oil base paint, rubber base coating

15%

Mid Sem Exam

4.

4.

Gear Manufacturing and Finishing Processes

4.1

Gear ho
bbing

4.2

Gear shaping

4.3

Gear shaving

4.4

Gear burnishing

15%

5.

6

weeks

5.

Finishing Processes

5.1

Purpose of finishing surfaces

5.2

Surface roughness

㔮5

Honing process and its applications.

5.4

Description of hones.

5.5

Brief idea of honing machines.

5.6

Lapp
ing process, its applications.

5.7

Description of lapping compounds & tools.

5.8

Brief idea of lapping machines.

5.9

Super finishing process and its applications.

5.10

Use of super finishing attachment on center lathe.

5.11

Polishing.

5.12

Buffing.

20%

6.

6.

Jigs & Fixture
s

6.1

Importance and use of jigs & fixtures.

6.2

Principle of location.

6.3

Locating devices.

6.4

Clamping devices.

6.5

Types of jigs

arilling jigsⰠ 扵shesⰠ tem灬ate jigsⰠ 灬ate
jigsⰠ channel jigⰠ leaf jig⸠

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Fixture for milling.

6.7

Advantages of jigs & fixtures.

2
0%

Final Exam

FIFTH SEMESTER

(MACHANICAL)

CNC MACHINES AND AUTOMATION

Sr. No.

No.

of
Week

TOPICS

Wtg of
Marks

1.

8

weeks

1.

Introduction

1.1

Basic concepts of NC, CNC & DNC, adoption controls.

1.2

Machines.

1.3

Application of CNC Machines.

1.4

Difference between conventional & CNC Machines.

1.5

Profitable applications of CNC Machines.

15%

2.

2.

Construction of CNC Machines

2.1

Machine control unit.

2.2

NC control.

2.3

.

2.4

Application aid limitations of PLC machines.

2.5

Axis designate of CNC machines.

2.6

Special constructional requirement of CNC machines.

2.7

Slide ways, bolt screw & nut assembly.

2.8

Lubrication & cooling of CNC machines.

2.9

Spindle & spindle motors, axis drives mo
tor.

2.10

Swarf removal & safety provision of CNC machines.

2.11

Feedback mechanism in CNC machines.

15%

3.

3.

Tooling of CNC Machines

3.1

Introduction.

3.2

Various cutting tools for CNC machines.

3.3

Work holding devices.

3.4

Automatic tool changer.

15%

4.

4.

Con
trol System

4.1

Open & close loop control system

4.2

Fundamental problem in control: Accuracy, resolution,
repeatability, instability, response & damping,

10%

4.3

Type of position control:

i)

Point to point

ii)

Straight line

iii)

Continuous

Mid Sem Exam

5.

6

weeks

5.

Part Programming

Part programming and basic concepts of part programming, NC
words, part programming formats, simple programming for
rational components, part programming using conned cycles,
subroutines and do loops, tool off sets, cutter radius
compensation and wear compensation

15%

6

6.

Common Problems in CNC Machines

Common problems in mechanical, electrical, pneumatic,
electronic and PC components of NC machines, diagnostic study
of common problems and remedies, use of on
-
time fault findin
g
diagnosis tools in CNC machines

15%

7

7.

Industrial Automation

7.1

What is automation?

7.2

Need of automation.

7.3

Different types of automation.

7.4

15%

Final Exam

FIFTH SEMESTER

(MECHANICAL)

COMPUTER INTEGRATED

MANUFACTURING

Sr. No.

No. of
Week

TOPICS

Wtg of
Marks

1.

8

w
eeks

1.

Introduction

Fundamental of manufacturing, CAD
-
CAM Meaning, Activities
of a CAD/CAM system, Manufacturing components of
CAD/CAM integration, system approach in manufacturing
,
Introduction of Automation and Computer Integrated
manufacturing, Concept of CIM.

15%

2.

2.

Automation

Automation in manufacturing, Basic concepts of automation,
Hard automation, Soft automation, comparison of manual
operation, hard automation and fl
exible (Soft) automation,
Trends in manufacturing automation, composition of work force
in conventional and automated manufacturing system.

15%

3.

3.

Computer System for CAD/CAM/CIM/FMS

Selection of a computer, CAD/CAM Hardware, CAD/CAM
system component
s, computer languages and CIM/FMS,
software selection.

10%

4.

4.

NC Production System

Introduction to Numerical Control, NC machine Tools, NC
control unit, Tooling for NC machine, NC part Programming,
Computer automated part programming, CNC/DNC and
aptive control, Components of a DNC system, Categories of
-
adaptive control with optimization (ACO),
adaptive control with constraints (ACC), Geometric adaptive
control (GAC), benefits of adaptive control.

15%

Mid Sem Exam

5.

5.

Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP)

Concepts of group Technology, approaches to process planning
-
manual approach, variant process planning, Generative process
planning; economic regions for different process planning
system, role of proces
s planning in computer integrated
manufacturing, integrated process planning system, advantages
of CAPP.

15%

6.

6

weeks

6.

Automated Material Handling

Introduction to material handling, Objectives of material
handling, Types of materials to be moved, Integrat
ed material
handling, handling system selection, Introduction to Automated
Guided Vehicles (AGV), Types of AGV
-
Wire Guided Vehicles,
Painted Guided Vehicle, Free ranging AGVs; Different AGVs
guidance system, components of an AGV, AGV’s basic
functi潮Ⱐ A摶a
ntages 潦 using AdssⰠ fn摵strial a灰picati潮 潦
Adss; Aut潭ate搠 st潲age/retrieval systemsⰠ fn摵strial
a灰pications⸠

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7.

7.

Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS)

Introduction to FMS, manufacturing flexibility, FMS elements,
and FMS data Files, Softwar
e for FMS, Design aspects of
flexible manufacturing, Sequencing & Scheduling in FMS,
Computer aided Scheduling.

15%

Final Exam