B.E III/ IV MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (WITH MARINE ENGG. ELECTIVES) ( I-SEMESTER) **MEC 311 FLUID MECHANICS

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B.E III/ IV MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (WITH MARINE ENGG. ELECTIVES)

( I
-
SEMESTER)

**MEC 311

FLUID MECHANICS

Periods/week : 5.

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Mechanical Engg. and Naval Architecture)

Properties of fluids
-

Visc
osity
-

Pressure measurement and Manometers
-

Hydrostatic forces
on surfaces.

Fluid Kinematics & Fluid Dynamics:

Stream line
-

Stream tube
-

Stream function
-

Potential
function
-

Classification of flows
-

-
uniform, Laminar,
Turbule
nt, Rotational, Irrotational flows, Vorticity and circulation
-

Conservation of mass
-

Equation of continuity, Conservation of momentum
-

Euler's equation, Conservation of
energy
-

Bernoulli's equation and its applications
-

Vortex motion
-

Free and forced vorti
ces
-

Basic solutions of ideal fluid flows
-

Flow net analysis.

One dimensional Viscous Flow:

Couette flow
-

Plane Couette flow, Favourable pressure
-

Flow through pipes
-

Hagen Poiseulle flow
-

Fannigs
friction factor
-

Da
rcy's Weisbach friction factor
-

Loss of head due to friction in pipes
-

Laminar and turbulent regimes
-

Flow potential and flow resistance
-

Flow through branched
pipes, Momentum equation
-

Forces due to pipe bends, Curved tubes, Sudden enlargement,
Sudden con
traction, flow through porous media
-

Darcy's equation. Two dimensional viscous
flow: Navier
-
Stokes equations and solutions
-

Order of magnitude analysis
-

Boundary layer
equations.

Laminar Boundary Layer
: Momentum integral equation
-

Flow over a flat plate
-

Displacement thickness, Momentum thickness and energy thickness.

Turbulent Boundary Layer:

Laminar
-

Turbulent transition
-

Momentum equations and
Renold's stresses
-

Fully developed turbulent flow through a pipe
-

Turbulent boundary layer
on a flat plate
-

L
aminar sub
-
layer
-

Boundary layer separation and control.

Dimensional Analysis and Modelling Similitud
e: Fundamental and derived dimensions
-

Dimensionless groups
-

Buckingham p
-
theorem
-

Rayleigh method
-

Model testing
-

Types of
similarity
-

Geometric, Kinema
tic and Dynamic similarities
-

Hydraulic diameter.

Compressible Fluid Flow:

Thermodynamic relations
-

Continuity, Momentum and Energy
equations
-

Velocity of sound in a compressible fluid
-

Mach number and its significance
-

Limits of incompressibility
-

Press
ure field due to a moving source of disturbance
-

Propagation of pressure waves in a compressible fluids
-

Stagnation properties
-

Stagnation
pressure, Temperature and density
-

Area velocity relationship for compressible flow
-

Flow of
compressible fluid throu
gh nozzles
-

Condition for maximum discharge through nozzles
-

Variation of mass flow with pressure ratio
-

Compressible flow through a venturimeter
-

Pitot
static tube in a compressible flow.

Text Book:

1.Fluid Mechanics, by A.K.Mohanty, Prentice Hall of In
dia Pvt.Ltd.

References:

1.

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, by R.K.Bansal, Laxmi publications.

2.

Foundations of Fluid Mechanics, by Yuan, Prentice Hall of India.

3.

Fluid Mechanics and its Applications, by S.K.Gupta and A.K.Gupta, Tata McGr
aw Hill,
New Delhi.

4.

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines by R.K.Rajput, S.Chand & Co.

5. Fluid Mechanics by Kothandaraman and Rudramoorthy.

**MEC 312
-

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
-

II

Periods/week : 5.

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs
.

(Common with Mechanical Engg. and Naval Architecture)

Fixed Beams:

Fixing moments for a fixed beam of uniform section, Effect of sinking
support, slope and deflection. Continuous beams: Analysis of continuous beam, Reaction at
the supports, Effect of si
nking of supports. Energy Methods
-

Castigliano's theorems I & II
applications.

Columns and Struts:

Columns with one end free and the other fixed, Both ends fixed, One
end fixed and other hinged, Limitation of Euler's formula, Column with initial curvatu
re,
Column carrying eccentric load, Laterally loaded columns, Empirical formulae.

Bending of Curved Bars:

Stresses in bars of circular, rectangular and trapezoidal sections.

Stresses due to rotation:

Wheel rim, disc of uniform thickness, disc of unifor
m strength.

Thick cylinders:

subjected to internal and external pressure and compound cylinders.

Text Books:

1.

Analysis of Structures, Vol. 1, 1993 edition, by Vazirani and Ratwani.

2.

Chapter VI from Advanced Topics in Strength of Materials, by P
rof. L.B.Shah and
Dr.R.T.Shah.

Reference:

1.Strength of Materials, by Timoshenko.

*MEC 313

ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS
-

II

Periods/week : 5

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Mechanical Engg.)

I.C. engines:

classifica
tion, comparison of two stroke and four stroke engines, comparison of
S.I. and C.I. engines. Air cycles
-

Otto, Diesel, Dual, Stirling, Ericson and Atkinson cycles
and their analysis. Valve timing and port timing diagrams
-

Efficiencies
-

air standard
efficie
ncy, indicated thermal efficiency, brake thermal efficiency, mechanical efficiency,
volumetric efficiency and relative efficiency. Testing and performances of I.C. engines. Basic
principles of carburetion and fuel injection.

Combustion in I.C. Engines:

S
.I. engines
-

Normal combustion and abnormal combustion
-

Importance of flame speed and effect of engine variables, types of abnormal combustion pre
-
ignition and knock, Fuel requirements and fuel rating, anti
-
-

Combustion
chamber requirements
and Types of combustion chamber
-

Design principles of combustion
chambers. C.I. engines
-

Stages of combustion
-

Delay period and its importance
-

effect of
engine variables, diesel knock, suction compression and combustion induced turbulence,
open and divide
d combustion chambers.

Reciprocating and Rotary Compressors:

Reciprocating compressors, effect of clearance in
compressors, volumetric efficiency, single stage and multi stage compressors, effect of inter
cooling in multi stage compressors. Vane type blo
wer, centrifugal compressor
-

efficiency
-

Diffuser
-

Axial flow compressors
-

Velocity diagrams, degree of reaction,
performance characteristics.

Gas Turbines:

Simple gas turbine plant
-

Ideal cycle, closed cycle and open cycle for gas
turbines. Ef
ficiency, work ratio and optimum pressure ratio for simple gas turbine cycle.
Parameters of performance
-

Actual cycle, regeneration, Inter
-
cooling and reheating, closed
and semi
-
closed cycle. Jet propulsion and Rockets.

Refrigeration:

Bell Colemen cycle,

Vapor compression cycle
-

effect of suction and
condensing temperature on cycle performance. Properties of common refrigerants, Vapor
absorption system, Electrolux refrigerator.

Principles of psychrometry and Air conditioning
-

Psychrometric terms, psychr
ometric
process, air conditioning systems.

Text Books:

1. A Treatise on Heat Engineering by Vasandhani and Kumar.

2. Applied Thermodynamics
-
II by R. Yadav.

References:

1. Thermal Engineering, by R.K.Rajput.

2. I.C. Engines, by Mathur and Nehata.

3.

Gas Turbines, by Cohen and Rogers.

4. Fluid Flow Machines, by M.S. Govinda Rao, Tata McGraw Hill publishing company Ltd.

5. Refrigeration and Air
-
conditioning, by C.P.Arora and Domokundwar.

6. I.C. Engines by V. Ganesan.

*MEC 314
-

THEORY OF MACHIN
ES
-

I

Periods/week : 5

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Mechanical Engg.)

Simple Mechanisms:

Definitions
-

Link, kinematic pair, kinematic chain, mechanism,
inversion, structure, completely constrained. Incompletely constrai
ned and successfully
constrained motions. Types of Kinematic pairs, types of kinematic chains, inversions of
single and double slider crank chains. Inversions of quadric chain.

Mechanisms with lower pairs:

Pantograph, straight line mechanisms
-

Exact stra
ight line
mechanisms
-

Peaucellier mechanism, Hart's mechanism, Scott Russell's mechanism,
approximate straight line mechanisms, Watt's mechanism, steering gear mechanism
-

Davis
steering gear, Ackerman steering gear, Hooke's joint and its analysis.

Veloci
ty and Acceleration in mechanisms:

Velocity diagrams of links and mechanisms
-

Relative velocity method. Instantaneous centre method. Three centres in line theorem or
Kennedy's theorem. Acceleration diagrams of links and mechanisms; Coriolis component of
ac
celeration.

Inertia forces in reciprocating parts:

D'Alemberts principle, Graphical method for velocity
and acceleration of the reciprocating parts in steam engine or I.C. Engine
-

Klein's
construction and its proof, approximate analytical method for velo
city and acceleration of
piston. Angular velocity and angular acceleration of connecting rod, Piston effort, Crank pin
effort, force in the connecting rod, Thrust on the sides of cylinder walls and torque on the
crank shaft. Equivalent dynamical system of
two masses, graphical and analytical methods
for inertia torques.

Turning moment diagrams and flywheel:

Turning moment diagrams for single cylinder
double acting steam engine, 4 stroke cycle I.C. engine and for multi cylinder engine,
fluctuation of energ
y, flywheel, dimensions of flywheel rim.

Friction:

Screw friction, efficiency of screw jack, friction of V thread, friction of pivot and
collar bearing, conical pivot bearing, friction clutches
-

plate clutches, Cone clutches and
centrifugal clutches, fri
ction circle, friction axis, friction in slider crank mechanism.

Governors:

Types of governors
-

Centrifugal, Watt, Porter, Proell, Hartnell governors.
Sensitiveness, controlling force, isochronous, unstable, hunting, effort and power of
governors.

Bel
ts, Ropes and Chain Drives:

Open and crossed belt drives
-

tensions, creep and slip
-
power transmission, effect of centrifugal tension
-

virtual coefficient of friction
-
rope and V
belt drives
-

Chain drives.

Text Book:

1.Theory of Machines by R.S.Khurmi & J
.K.Gupta.

Reference books:

1. Theory of Machines by Thomas Bevan.

2. Theory of Machines by W.G.Green.

MNE 315

MARINE MACHINERY
-

I

Periods/week : 5

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Naval Architecture)

Marine and Special
duty pumps:

Details of pumps for marine purposes
-

condenser circulating pumps, condensate and drain
pumps, air pumps, boiler feed pumps, Performance characteristics of Pumps, power pumps
-

rotary pumps. Ejectors and their purpose. Applications in Marine us
e. Details of construction.

Marine Piping:

Various types of piping systems fitted in ships, expansion arrangements for pipes, valves and
fittings. Types used in marine practice, materials and corrosion in pipes, color codes for
different pipes.

Marine syst
ems:

Evaporators, distillers, waste heat recovery systems

Hot water, drinking water, cooling water (fresh water) and sea water systems.

Fuel systems, lubricating oil systems, strainers and filters, coolers, centrifuges, purifiers and
clarifiers.

Bilge and
Ballast systems
-

sewage’s disposal system.

Cargo handling:

Cargo handling
-
dry cargo handling equipment
-
winches, cranes, cargo gears, Pontoon hatch
covers, liquid cargo handling in tankers, cargo pipe layout systems
-
ventilation, cleani
ng.

Textbook:

1. Marine Auxiliary Machinery by W.J.Fox

References:

1. Marine Engineering by R.Harrington

2. Marine Auxiliary Machinery by D.W. Smith and Sonchotte

3. Reed’s General Engineering Knowledge for Marine Engineers

4. Material Handling by

N.Ruden
ko

5. Principles of Naval Architecture by J.P. Comstock

**MEC 316
-

ENGINEERING ECONOMICS

Periods/week : 4

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Mechanical Engg. and Naval Architecture)

Utility, value, wealth, consumption, want
s, necessaries, comforts and luxuries. laws of
demand, elasticity of demand.

Production, agents of production, laws of returns. Forms of business organisation. Single
trader, partnership and public limited company.

Price determination in perfect compet
ition, monopoly and imperfect competition. Rent,
interest, money, cheques, bills of exchange.

Costing
-

Cost concepts, Elements of cost, Methods of distribution of overhead costs. Unit
costing, Job costing and process costing.

Break
-

Even analysis, Depr
eciation methods, Preparation of profit and loss account and
balance sheet (Outlines only).

Text Book:

Engineering Economics, Vol.1, Tara Chand.

References:

1.

A Text book of Economic Theory by Dhingra and Garg.

2.

Cost Accounts by Shukla and Gr
ewal.

MME 317

ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS LABORATORY

II

Periods/week : 3

Ses. : 50

Exam : 50

Examination Practical: 3hrs.

15 Experiments covering performance and other tests on:

1.

Diesel Engines

Single cylinder, and Multi cylinder

2.

Petr
ol Engines

3.

Refrigerating system and ice plant

4.

Air Compressor

5.

Wind Tunnel

6.

Study experiments of equipment to supplement theory.

B.E III/ IV MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (WITH MARINE ENGG. ELECTIVES)

(II
-
SEMESTER)

*MEC 321
-

THEORY OF MACHINES
-

II

Periods
/week : 5

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Mechanical Engg. )

Gyroscopic Couple and Precessional Motion:

Precessional and angular motion
-

gyroscopic
couple
-

effect of gyroscopic couple on an aero plane and on a naval ship, sta
bility of a four
wheel vehicle moving in a curved path, stability of a two
-
wheel vehicle taking a turn.

Cams
: Classification of followers and cams
-

Definitions
-

Motions of the follower
-

Uniform
velocity
-

Simple harmonic motion
-

Uniform acceleration and re
tardation
-

Displacement
-

Velocity and acceleration diagrams. Construction of cam profiles
-

Cam with knife edged
follower and roller follower
-

Cams with specified contours
-

Tangent cam with roller
follower
-

Circular arc cam with flat faced follower.

Toothe
d gearing:

Classification of toothed wheels, technical terms, conditions for constant
velocity ratio of toothed wheels
-

Law of gearing
-

Velocity of sliding of teeth, forms of teeth
-

Length of contact, arc of contact, interference in involute gears, minimum

number of teeth
required on pinion to avoid interference
-

Methods of avoiding interference
-

Helical gears,
Spiral gears
-

Efficiency of spiral gears.

Gear Trains:

Types of gear trains
-

Simple, compound, reverted and epicyclic gear trains
-

Velocity ratio o
f epicyclic gear train
-

Tabular method
-

Algebraic method
-

Torques and tooth
loads in epicyclic gear trains.

Balancing of Rotating and Reciprocating Masses:

Balancing of a single rotating mass in
the same plane and by two masses in different planes, balanc
ing of several masses revolving
in the same plane
-

Balancing of several masses revolving in different planes
-

Primary and
secondary unbalanced forces of reciprocating masses, Partial balancing of unbalanced
primary forces in a reciprocating engine, Partial

balancing of locomotives
-

Effect of partial
balancing of reciprocating parts of two cylinder locomotives
-

Variation of tractive force,
Swaying couple and hammer blow
-

Balancing of primary and secondary forces in multi
cylinder in
-
line engines
-

Direct and
reverse cranks
-

Balancing of V
-

Engines.

Vibrations:
Definitions
-

Types of vibrations
-

Natural frequencies of free longitudinal
vibrations of systems having single degree of freedom
-

Equilibrium method
-

Energy method
and Rayleghy's method. Frequency of da
mped vibration and forced vibration with damping
-

Magnification factor or dynamic magnifier.

Transverse and Torsional Vibrations
: Natural frequency of free transverse vibrations due
to point load and uniformly distributed load acting over a simply support
ed shaft
-

Transverse
vibrations for a shaft subjected to number of point loads
-

Energy method
-

Dunkerley's
method, Critical speed of a shaft. Natural frequency of free torsional vibrations
-

Free
torsional vibrations of single rotor system, two rotor system
, three rotor system and gear
system.

Text Books:

1.Theory of Machines by R.S.Khurmi and J.K.Gupta.

References:

1.Mechanism and Machine Theory, by J.S.Rao and R.V.Dukkipati.

2.Theory of Machines by Thomas Bevan.

3.Theory of Machines by W.G.Green.

*
MEC 322
-

DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS
-

I

Periods/week : 5.

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Mechanical Engg. )

Mechanical engineering design, traditional design methods. Design synthesis. Design
considerations and standard
s. Engineering materials classification and selection. BIS
designation of steels. Mechanical properties. Manufacturing considerations. Statistical
considerations.

Design against static loads. Modes of failure. Factory of safety. Axial, bending and torsio
nal
stresses. Stress concentration factors. Fluctuations and fatigue stresses. Endurance limit.
Notch sensitivity. Soderberg, Goodman and modified Goodman diagrams, fatigue design

Threaded and welded joints: Torque requirement for

bolt tightening. Eccentrically loaded
bolted joints. Fluctuations loads on bolted joints. Joints with combined stresses. Power
screws and different forms of threads. Force analysis. Collar friction. Differential and
compound screws design. Types and stren
gth of weld joints subjected to bending and

Power transmission shafts. Design of hollow shafts. Keys and cotter design. Flat, square keys.
Splines and proportions. Rigid and flange couplings. Flexible coupling. Flywheel designs.
Torque

analysis. Stresses in rimmed flywheel.

Mechanical springs, classification and spring materials. Spring end formation. Design of
helical springs, torsional springs, laminated springs. Protective coatings. Equilised stress in
spring leaves. Multi
-

leaf s
prings. Nipping and shot peening.

Text Book:

Design of Machine Elements by V.B.Bhandari, TMH Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi.

References:

1.

Machine Design by Jain, Khanna Publications.

2.

Mechanical Engineering Design by J.E.Shigley.

MME 323

PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
-

II

Periods/week : 5

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

Limits, Fits and Tolerances:

Plain limit gauges, gauge design.

Manufacturing Analysis:

Sources of errors in manufacturing process capability, part
-
print ana
lysis, tolerance analysis
in manufacturing and assembly, process planning, parameter selection and comparison of
production alternatives, time and cost analysis.

Linear and angular measurements:

Micrometers
-
Slip gauges
-
Vernier and optical bevel Protracto
rs
-
sine bar Angle gauges.

Comparators:

Types, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, Pneumatic, differential and Multi
-
Check
comparators. Measurement of Straightness
-

flatness
-

squareness and symmetry
-

parallelism
and circularity using interferometry tech
niques.

Surface roughness:

Profile average parameters
-
Different methods of measuring surface roughness
-
Replica
Method
-

Instruments to assess surface roughness
.

Metrology:

Metrology of screw threads and Metrology of gears (Measurement of Pitch and tooth
thickness only). (Elementary treatment only)

Broaching:

-

broaching tool classification
-
Specification of Broaching
machines

Broaching length, machining time
-
metal sawing.

Grinding:

Introduction
-
abrasives
-
grinding wheels, bonding

processes, selection of grinding wheels
-
grinding machines
-
classification
-
honing
-
lapping, super
-
finishing, buffing, polishing,
selection of process parameters.

Automatic and Numerical Control of Machine Tools:

Classification, tooling equipment
-
multi
-
spindl
e automatics
-
transfer machines, programme
controlled machine tools,
-
numerical controlling machines
-
working principle of NC
machines, methods of machining, ECG
-
ECM
-
EDM
-
EBM
-
CM
-
USM
-
LBM
-
AJM, plasma arc
and water jet machining
-
electro forming.

Computer Integra
ted manufacturing:

Basic concepts of CAD, CAPP, group technology, NC, CNC, DNC, FMS, Robotics and
CIM.

Acceptance tests for machine tools, non
-
destructive testing including alignment testing
(introductory treatment only)

Industrial Safety ( Self Study):

Sa
fety training
-
hazard checklist

machine guarding, fire prevention
-
general precautions for
safety on machines.

Textbooks:

1. Engineering Metrology by R.K. Jain

2. Production Technology by R.K. Jain and S.C. Gupta

References:

1.Manufacturing Processes and Ma
terials by

L.E. Doyle

2.Elements Of Workshop Technology, Vol.1& 2 by

S.K. Hajra Choudhury

3.A Course in Workshop Technology by B.S. Raghuvanshi

4.Textbook of Engineering Metrology by S.C. Gupta

5. Production Technology by P.C. Sharma

6. CAD & CAM by P
.N. Rao

7. CAD & CAM

*MEC 324
-

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

Periods/week : 4

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination Theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Mechanical Engg.)

Concepts of Industrial Management:

Principles of management
-

Gr
owth of management
thought, Functions of management, Principles of organisation, Types of organisation and
committees.

Introduction to personnel management
-

Functions, Motivation, Theories of motivation,
Hawthrone studies, Discipline in industry, Promoti
on, Transfer, lay off and discharge, Labour
turnover.

Industrial relations
-

Trade unions, Industrial disputes, Strikes, Lock
-
out, Picketing, Gherao,
Settlement of industrial disputes, Collective bargaining, Industrial dispute act 1947 and
factories act 1
948.

Production Planning and Control:

Types of productions, Production cycle, Product design
and development, Process planning, Forecasting, Loading, Scheduling, Dispatching, Routing,
Progress, Control, Simple problems.

Plant Layout
: Economics of plant

location, Rural Vs Suburban sites, Types of layouts,
Types of building, Travel chart technique, Assembly line balancing simple problems.

Materials Handling
-

Principles, Concept of unit load, Containarisation, Pelletisition,
Selection of material handlin
g equipment, Applications of belt conveyors, Cranes, Forklift
trucks in industry.

Plant Maintenance
-

Objective and types.

Work Study:

Concept of productivity (Simple problems).

Method Study
-

Basic steps in method study, Process chart symbols, Charts,

Diagrams and
Models used, Principles of motion economy, Therbligs, Simo chart. Work Measurement
-

Stop watch procedure of time study, Performance rating and allowances, Work sampling,
Simple problems.

Materials Management:

tives of purchasing department,
Buying techniques, Purchase procedure, Stores and material control, Receipt and issue of
materials, Store records.

Quality Control
-

Single and Double sampling plans. Control charts of variables and
attributes (Use of formul
ae only).

Text Book:

1.

Industrial Engineering Management, by Dr.O.P.Khanna.

References:

1.

Principles of Management by Koontz & Donnel.

2.

Production and Operations Management by Everette Adam & Ronald Ebert.

3.

Operations Management by John McC
lain & Joseph Thames.

4. Industrial Engineering and Production Management by Telsay, S.Chand & Co.

MNE 325

MARINE MACHINERY

II

Periods/week : 5

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination theory: 3hrs.

(Common with Naval Architecture)

Steering gears:
Diff
erent types
-
description of construction, operation and maintenance.

Docking methods:
Docking methods for ships
-
Inspection and routine overhauling of under
water fittings and hull.

Stern Tubes:
Stern tubes and glands
-
oil lubricated stern tubes, shaft seals
, shaft alignment,
thrust block, reduction gearing

Propellers:
Types and construction details, fixing maintenance and operation of marine
propellers
-
ship stabilizers

Deck equipment:
Engine room and Deck cranes, Windlasses, Mooring Winches, Anchors
and Anch
or chains, Lifeboats lowering, Shackles, and Chain blocks.

Safety systems:
Safe working practices, precautions in overhauling machinery parts,
mechanical safety in workshops, protective equipment.
Precautions against fire or explosion.
Machinery and boiler

casualties. Explosive mixtures and substances, dangers of oil leakages,
sources of ignition safety devices toxic and other dangerous properties of substances as
marine cargo. Carrying dangerous goods.

Fire fighting:
Fire Prevention

detection and extinct
ion. Principles of operation, application
and maintenance of fire extinguishers. Respirators, safety lamps, fire alarms and signals.
Fixed fire detection and extinguishing arrangements for accommodation. Cargo holds and
machinery spaces. Methods of fire fi
ghting at sea. Pumping systems for fire fighting.
Scavenge fires, and crank case explosion, oil mist detectors.

References:

Marine Engineering

by R.Harrington

Marine Auxiliary Machinery by D.W. Smith and Sonchotte

Reed’s General Engineering Knowledge for M
arine Engineers

Material Handling by

N.Rudenko

Principles of Naval Architecture by J.P. Comstock

Principles and Practice of Marine Diesel Engines D.K.Sanyal

MME 326

DRAWING OF MACHINE ELEMENTS
-
II

Periods/week : 3

Ses. : 30

Exam : 70

Examination the
ory: 3hrs.

Assembly and drawing of additional views of machine parts:

Stop valves, feed check valves, safety valves,

Blow off cock, screw jack, tailstock, crane hook, tool post.

Textbooks:

1. A text book of Engineering Drawing by R.B. Gupta

2. Machin
e Drawing by

N.D. Bhatt

3. Machine Drawing by Parkinson

MME 327

WORKSHOP PRACTICE

III

Periods/week : 3

Ses. : 50

Exam : 50

Examination Practical : 3hrs.

15 exercises in machine shop

covering all types of machines like Lathe
-

belt and geared.
S
haper, Drilling, Grinding, Surface Grinding, Milling, Automatic Lathe etc.