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Study Scheme of M.Tech.

(Mechanical Engg); 3rd Semester


3rd Semester
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MME-515 Total Quality Management MME-517 Industrial Automation MME-519 Computer Aided Manufacturing MME-521 Mac ining !cience MME-52" #roduction #lanning $ Control MME-527 Maintenance Engg% $ &actory #lanning MME-529 Ad'anced Manufacturing Tec ni(ues MME-5"" !trategic Entrepreneurs ip MME-5"5 Computer Integrated manufacturing !ystems MME-5"7 !upply C ain Management

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MME-5"9 Ad'anced Mec anics of !olids MME-5)1 Mec anical *i+rations MME-5)" E,perimental !tress Analysis MME-5)5 Ad'anced -inematics $ .ynamics of Mac ines MME-5)7 Instrumentation MME-5)9 Tri+ology MME-551 Industrial /o+otics MME-55" &inite Element Met ods MME-557 Mac ine *ision

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MME-559 Ad'anced Internal Com+ustion Engines MME-501 Tur+o-mac inery MME-50" /efrigeration Engineering MME-505 Air Conditioning MME-507 .irect Energy Con'ersion MME-509 &luid Engineering MME-571 1as .ynamics MME-57" 2uclear Engineering MME-575 /oc3et $ 4et #ropulsion MME-577 !olar Energy

,th Semester
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Course Code7 MME7 -)Course Title7 T3T6% 846%(T9 M6N65EMENT Contact ours7 % T & , . . 8uality and Total 8uality Management7 E,cellence in manufacturing5ser'ices6 factors of e,cellence6 and rele'ance of TQM% Conce:t and definition of ;uality7 Total (uality control 7TQC8 and Total (uality Management 7TQM86 salient features of TQC and TQM% Total Quality Management Models6 +enefits of TQM% <ust*in*Time (<(T)7 .efinition9 Elements6 +enefits6 e(uipment layout for 4IT system6 -an+an system6 M/# 7Material /e(uirement #lanning8 's 4IT system6 :aste elimination6 ;or3ers in'ol'ement t roug 4IT9 4IT6 cause and effect c ain6 4IT implementation% Customer7 !atisfaction6 data collection and complaint redressal mec anisms% &rocess Management7 &actors affecting process management6 Quality function deployment 7Q&.86 Quality Assurance !ystem% Total Em:loyees (n+ol+ement7 Empo;ering employees9 Team +uilding< (uality circles6 /e;ard and /ecognition< Education and Training6 !uggestion sc emes% &roblem sol+ing7 .efining pro+lem6 pro+lem identification and sol'ing process6 QC tools% =enchmar#ing7 .efinition6 concept6 process and types of +enc mar3ing% 8uality Systems7 Concept of (uality system standards6 /ele'ance and origin of I!= 9>>>6 ?enefits6 Elements of I!= 9>>16 I!= 9>>26 I!= 9>>"% =oo#s 2ecommended9 1% ?esterfield and ?esterfield6 Total Quality Management, 2nd Edition6 #earson Education 7!ingapore8 # @td6 India 72>>18% 2% !under /aAu6 Total Quality Management A Primer, "rd Edition6 Tata Mc1ra; Bill6 .el i 72>>18% "% Cairi M6 Total Quality Management for Engineers, 2nd Edition6 Aditya ?oo3s6 .el i6 719958% )% Brades3y 4 @6 Total Quality Management Handbook, Mc1ra; Bill 7199)8% 5% .alela ! and !aura+ 6 A manual of ISO !!! Quality System, 2nd Edition6 !% C and $ Company @td6 .el i 719998%

Course Code7 MME7 -)> Course Title7 (N'4ST2(6% 64T3M6T(3N Contact ours7 % T & , . . (ntroduction7 ?asic concept of Automation6 Types of Automation6 &easi+ility etc% (ndustrial ydraulics7 Introduction6 +asic concepts6 Bydraulic fluids6 Classification and properties of ydraulic fluids6 Contaminates in ydraulic system6 control and cleanliness standards6 &luid po;er generators6 i%e% 1ear6 *ane6 #iston pumps6 linear and /otary Actuators6 .irection Control *al'es6 types6 actuation met ods6 pressure control 'al'es< pressure reducing 'al'es6 pressure relief 'al'e6 Dnloading 'al'e6 !e(uence 'al'e6 Counter+alance 'al'e6 &lo; control 'al'es simple and pressure compensated type% !tandard I!= !ym+ols for Bydraulic Components% !ealings in ydraulic system6 Accumulators6 ydraulic oses and tu+ing6 .esign and analysis and ydraulic circuits6 con'entional as ;ell as computer aided design% &neumatics7 Introduction6 ?asic components6 !ource6 storage and distri+ution6 treatment of compressed air6 linear and /otary actuators6 .irection control 'al'es E types6 actuation met ods6 pressure control 'al'es6 logic deices E t;in pressure 'al'e6 s utter 'al'e6 time delay 'al'e6 #neumatic circuit design and analysis6 con'entional as ;ell as computer aided design% 6utomatic 6ssembly System7 .e'elopment of Automatic Assem+ly process6 Transfer de'ices E continuous6 Intermittent6 sync ronous and async ronous6 *i+ratory feeders E Mec anics6 effect of fre(uency6 acceleration6 trac3 angle6 friction6 load sensiti'ity6 orientation of parts E acti'e and passi'e de'ices6 Mec anical feeders E computation and operational details6 feed trac3s6 Escapement de'ices% #roduct design for ig -speed automatic assem+ly6 e,amples of design modifications% Mechatronics7 Introduction mec atronic system design6 sensors and transducers for displacement6 pro,imity6 'elocity6 force6 pressure temperature measurement% Microprocessors E Introduction6 structure micro-controllers6 application programma+le logic controllers E +asic structure6 specifications programming of #@CFs6 importance of Timers6 Counters6 mar3er relays6 analog comparators in #@C programming6 Introduction to .ata Ac(uisition and 'irtual instrumentation using @A?*IE:% 2obotics7 ?asic concepts6 classification +ased on 1eometry6 programming6 dri'es6 ;or3 'olume of ro+ots ;orld and Aoint coordinates 'arious Aoints6 .=&6 end effectors E Types and uses6 !ensors in /o+ots6 programming E Teac pendant and Computer programming6 Introduction to for;ard and in'erse 3inematics6 Applications of /o+ots% =oo#s 2ecommended7 ). Ant ony Esposito6 "luid Po#er #it$ A%%li&ation, 5t Edition6 #earson Education 72>>"8% /. MaAumdar ! /6 Oil Hydrauli& System6 Tata Mc1ra; Bill 72>>18% 3. ?olton :6 Me&$atroni&s6 2nd Edition6 #earson Education6 2e; .el i 719998% ,. 2ecsulelscu .an, Me&$atroni&s6 #earson Education6 2e; .el i 72>>28% -. 1eoffrey ?oot royd6 GAssem+ly Automation and #roduct .esignH6 Marcel .e33er Inc 719918%

Course Code7 MME7 -)? Course Title7 C3M&4TE2 6('E' M6N4@6CT42(N5 Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). (ntroduction to Manufacturing ?asic definitions6 design acti'ities for manufacturing systems6 #lanning and control acti'ates for manufacturing system6 Manufacturing control6 Types of production lo;6 Medium and ig (uantity production% (1 hrs) 5rou: Technology and Cellular Manufacturing #art families6 parts classifications and coding6 #roduction flo; Analysis6 cellular Manufacturing- composite part concept6 mac ine cell design6 applications of group tec nology6 1rouping parts and mac ines +y /an3 order clustering tec ni(ue6 Arranging mac ines in a 1%T% cell% (). hrs) &rocess &lanning Introduction6 Manual process planning6 Computer aided process planning - 'ariant6 generati'e6 .ecision logic- decision ta+les6 decision trees6 Introduction to Artificial intelligence% (1 hrs) @le$ible Manufacturing Introduction6 &M! components6 &le,i+ility in Manufacturing - mac ine6 #roduct6 /outing6 =peration6 types of &M!6 &M! layouts6 &M! planning and control issues6 deadloc3 in &M!6 &M! +enefits and applications% (0 hrs) CNC =asics and &art &rogramming Introduction6 #rinciple of C2C6 Classification of C2C52C - point continuous pat 6 positioning system- fi,ed Iero and floating Iero6 a+solute and incremental6 Coordinate system6 ?asic re(uirements of control6 C2C52C ;ords6 Manual part programming6 71$M codes cycles6 tool lengt and radius compensation% to point <and .imensioningC2C mac ine only8 canned (). hrs)

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=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% Automation6 #roductions systems and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing +y M%#% 1roo'er6 #rentice - Ball 2% Computer Aided Manufacturing +y C ang6 :ang $ :y !"% 2umerical Control and Computer - Aided Manufacturing +y -u+dra6 /ao< and Ti;ari6 Tata Mc 1ra; Bill% )% International 4ournal of #roduction /esearc 5% International 4ournal of &le,i+le Manufacturing system%

Course Code7 MME7 -/) Course Title7 M6C (N(N5 SC(ENCE Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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Mechanics of Metal Cutting7 Tool geometry6 different systems of representation6 mec anics of ort ogonal and o+li(ue cutting6 s ear angle relations in ort ogonal cutting< s ear angle and clip flo; direction in o+li(ue cutting< c ip control met ods< analysis of c,utting processesturning6 drilling and milling6 t ermodynamics of c ip formation< temperature distri+ution at t e tool c ip interface% (). hrs) Tool Aear and Machinability7 T eories of ;ear6 application to tool ;ear studies6 +asic action of cutting fluids< tool life< factors affecting tool life< mac ina+ility-definitions and e'aluation% (1 hrs) Economics of Metal Machining7 !ingle and multipass mac ining operations< criteria< 'aria+les and restrictions for selecting economical conditions% (, hrs) 6brasi+e &rocesses7 1rinding mec anics< ; eel c aracteristics and t eory of ; eel ;ear< lapping< oning6 ig speed grinding t eory% (, hrs) 'ynamic Metal Cutting7 Comparison of steady state relations ips% and dynamic process< s ear angle and force (, hrs)

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Machining of &lastics7 #ro+lems associated ;it mac ining of plastics< tools for cutting of plastics% (, hrs) Measurement of Cutting @orces and 'ynamometry7 .esign re(uirements of dynamometers< dynamics of dynamometers< dynamometers for measuring forces during turning process< drill dynamometers< milling and grinding dynamometers% (0 hrs)

=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% 5% #rinciples of Mac ine Tools6 +y !en $ ? attac' arya6 2e; Central ?oo3 Agency% Mac ining of Metal +y Armarego $ ?ro;n6 #rentice Ball% #rinciples of Metal Cutting +y ! a;6 =,ford I?B% Metal Cutting T eory $ Cutting Tool .esign +y Ars ino' $ Ale3see'6 MI/ #u+lis ers% Mac ining !cience $ Application +y -ronen+erg6 #ergamon #ress%

Course Code7 MME7 -/3 Course Title7 &23'4CT(3N &%6NN(N5 B C3NT23% Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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5eneral 9 &unctions of production planning and control6 preplanning planning6 control6 plant layout6 simplification and standardiIation6 time and motion study% (, hrs) &roduct 'e+elo:ment and 'esign7 Effect of competition on design6 @ong-range #lanning6 Company policy6 product analysis6 mar3eting aspects6 t e product c aracteristics6 functional aspect6 operational aspect6 dura+ility and dependa+ility6 Aest etic aspect< Economic analysis6 #rofit and competiti'eness6 T e t ree !Js9- !tandardiIation6 !implification and !pecialiIation% ?rea3 E'en Analysis% (? hrs) (n+entory Control7 .efinition6 classification6 o+Aecti'es of in'entory control6 functions6 economic order (uantity 'arious in'entory models% 2umericals on in'entory control% In'entory carrying costs6 factors affecting in'entory costs% *%E%.% analysis6 !-.-E analysis6 &!-2 analysis B-M-@ analysis and A?C analysis% !afety stoc3s6 t eir o+Aecti'es safety stoc3s and ser'ice le'els% (? hrs) E+aluation of Material and &rocesses7 Introduction6 'alue analysis6 consideration of ne; tec ni(ues and materials6 'alue analysis tests6 material utiliIation of a product or assem+ly% 2umerical pro+lerrAs on material utiliIation of a product% *alue engineering Ao+ plan and 'arious p ases of Ao+ plan in systematic 'alue engineering approac % (). hrs) 2outingC %oading and Scheduling7 Introduction6 !c eduling #rocedure6 Master !c edule6 its o+Aecti'es6 =rder sc eduling6 @oading +y sc eduled period6 .ispatc ing6 4o+ card6 4o+ order Commercial @oading $ !c eduling .e'ices% (0 hrs)

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=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% 5% 0% #roduction #lanning and control9 !amuel Eilon #roduction #lanning and Control9 -%C% Aggar;al $ -%C% 4ain Industrial Engg% $ =peration Management +y !%-% ! arma $ !a'ita ! arma% #roduction #lanning and Control9 -ing 4%/% #roduction #lanning and Control9 ! arma6 Bari /rag u /ama% #roduction #lanning and Control9 2arasim an !eet a-rama @%

Course Code7 MME7 -/> Course Title7 M6(NTEN6NCE EN55. B @6CT329 &%6NN(N5 Contact ours7 % T & , . . @6CT329 &%6NN(N5. a% +% c% Introduction9 =+Aecti'es6 principles and +enefits of #lant design6 'arious industrial plant design considerations% !ite !election9 &actors influencing site selection6 Multiplan location6 comparison of alternati'es locations% #lant @ayout9 =+Aecti'es and principles of affecting plant layout6 'arious types of pro+lems6 e'aluation of alterati'e layouts% &actory #lanning6 (, hrs) plant location6 (3 hrs) prime factors plant layout (, hrs)

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@ayout #lanning9 1uiding fundamentals of layout planning6 collection of data for designing t e layout6 layout 'isualiIation6 'isual aids6 computeriIed layout planning% (, hrs) @ine ?alancing9 ?asic o+Aecti'es of line +alancing6 'arious types of line +alancing pro+lems and t eir practical solutions6 assem+ly and fa+rication line +alancing% (, hrs)

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M6(NTEN6NCE EN5(NEE2(N57 a% Introduction Importance of maintenance engineering6 definitions concepts used in maintenance6 o+Aecti'es and +enefits of maintenance% and (3 hrs) +% Maintenance !ystems9 *arious types of industrial maintenance systems6 'iI6 pre'enti'e correcti'e and +rea3do;n maintenance systems6 t eir merits6 demerits and applications etc% (, hrs) Maintenance #lanning9 #lanned maintenance procedure6 maintenance sc edule and maintenance programme6 +enefits of planned maintenance% (3 hrs) A /elia+ility6 Maintaina+ility $ A'aila+ility9 ?asic concepts and definitions6 a'aila+ility models6 economics of relia+ility6 a'aila+ility and maintaina+ility6 distri+ution of do;n time and its +asic elements% (, hrs) /epair-.ecisions9 Introduction6 factors affecting repair E discard decisions6 costanalysis and optimum module siIe% (, hrs) !pare #arts Management9 Material and store control6 consideration of spare pro'isioning on operational a'aila+ility% (3 hrs)

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=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% 5% 0% 7% K% #lant @ayout and Material Bandling +y Apple-/enold% #ractical #lant @ayout - Mut er - Mc1ra; Bill% #lant @ayout and .esign +y Moore6 Mc1ra; Bill% #lant @ayout +y ! utin6 EEE% #rinciples of #lanned Maintenance +y /%B Cliffton6 Mc1ra; Bill% Maintenance #lanning and Control +y Ant ony -elly6 #%B%E Band+oo3 of Maintenance Management +y BeintIelman6 #%B%E% /elia+ility6 A'aila+ility and Maintaina+ility +y &aster # illips $ /ayers6 M5A #ress

Course Code7 MME7 -/? Course Title7 6'D6NCE M6N4@6CT42(N5 TEC N(84ES Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). 'ifferent Techni;ues7 Manufacturing Ad'anced C ange in manufacturing for system6 Indian manufacturing Industries6 strategies6 design manufacturing Tec nologies /o+ust

met odology for Quality Engineering and management6 Taguc i concepts6 Quality function deployment6 /apid proto typing9 Tec nology and c allenges6 Introduction and concepts of 4IT6 CA##6 M/#6 CIM!6 &M!6 !CM6 T#M6 -aiIen6 Agile manufacturing6 @ean Manufacturing6 *irtual manufacturing system6 -an+an6 T eory of constrains6 sync ronous manufacturing6 concurrent Engineering% /. 6d+anced Techni;ues7 Manufacturing and En'ironmental issues6 Ad'anced materials and t eir application in manufacturing6 A+rasi'e flo; mac ining 6 Ad'anced ;elding processes 72e; !olid state :elding6 Arc ;elding and /adiation ;elding #rocesses8% =oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% Modern Mac ining #rocesses6 #%C% #andey and B%!% ! an6 TMB Mac ining !cience6 1 os and Malli36 AE: 2on-Traditional Manufacturing #rocesses +y 1%&% ?enedit6 Marcel .e33er Ad'anced Mac ining #rocesses +y *%-% 4ain6 Allied #ui+lis ers (). hrs) (3. hrs)

Course Code7 MME7 -33 Course Title7 ST26TE5(C ENT2E&2ENE42S (& Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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Small Scale (ndustries .efinition and types of !!Is < /ole6 scope and performance in national economy< #ro+lems of small scale industries% (, hrs) (ndustrial Sic#ness .efinition< Causes of sic3ness< Indian scenario6 1o'ernment strategies< 2eed for trained entrepreneurs elp< Management (1 hrs)

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Entre:reneurshi: 'e+elo:ment &rogrammes Introduction6 =rigin of E.#Js 6 =rganiIations in'ol'ed in E.#Js6 =+Aecti'es of E.#s6 Implementation of E.#Js6 ! ort comings of E.#Js6 /ole in entrepreneurs ip de'elopment% (1 hrs) STE& Inroduction6 =rigin6 !tatus in India6 !uccess and failure factors6 1o't% polices and incenti'es6 future prospects in India% (1 hrs) =usiness (ncubation Introduction6 =rigin and de'elopment of +usiness incu+ators in India and ot er countries6 types of incu+ators6 success parameters for a +usiness incu+ator6 ?enefits to industries6 institutes6 go'ernment and society< future prospects% A fe; case studies 7at least 28 (1 hrs) S:ecial 6s:ects of Entre:reneurshi: Intrapreneurs ip6 !ocial entrepreneurs ip6 International entrepreneurs ip6 /ural entrepreneurs ip6 Community .e'elopment6 :omen entrepreneurs ip (1 hrs) Net"or# Mar#eting Introduction6 E-+usiness6 E-commerce6 E-auction6 A +asic internet e-+usiness arc itecture6 A multi tier e-+usiness arc itecture% (1 hrs)

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=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% 5% 0% 7% !trategic Entrepreneurs ip +y #%-% 1upta6 7E'erest #u+lis ing Bouse8 #roAect Management - !trategic .esign and Implementation +y .a'id Cleland 7Mc1ra; Bill8 Entrepreneurs ip-2e'' *enture Creation +y .a'id B Boll 7#rentice Ball of India8 !ustaina+le !trategic Management +y !teed $ !teed 7#rentice Ball of India8 Mar3eting Management +y -otler 7#rentice Ball of India8 Management of Tec nology +y Tare3 - alil 7Mc1ra; Bill8 Engineering Economic #rinciples +y Benry !teiner 7Mc1ra; Bill8

Course Code7 MME7 -3Course Title7 C3M&4TE2 (NTE526TE' M6N4@6CT42(N5 S9STEMS Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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(ntroduction7 T e meaning of I in CIM% .ata $ #rocess integration% A typical process c ain6 CIM Integration Ql Model% (1 hrs)

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Com:onents of C(M7 ##C< primary data management6 planning le'els6 degree of implementation6 ne; approac es interfaces6 automated Computer to ##C systems% control% CA.< CA#< tas3s6 ;or3 geometric sc eduling forms +et;een models6 for for CIM 2C CA. mac ine6 components% standard CAM< .ata production% interacti'e production6 aided

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relations ips +et;een CA. $ CAM6 data flo; from ##C to CA.5CAM% 1T< introduction6 part families6 parts classification $ coding6 1T mac ine cells6 +enefits of 1T6 M/#< introduction6 in'entory management6 material e(uipment (3, hrs) planning large M/# concepts6 inputs to M/#6 lo; M/# ;or36 M/# output reports6 +enefits of M/#% M/#-II6 maintenance resource planning%

=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% CIM6 Computer Integrated Industry +y A:% !c eer6 !pringer *erlog% CA.5 CAM +y M%#% 1roo'er6 #rentice Ball

Course Code7 MME7 -3> Course Title7 S4&&%9 C 6(N M6N65EMENT Contact ours7 % T & , . . (ntroduction7 =+Aecti'es of supply c ain Management6 3ey components of supply c ain i%e% sourcing6 distri+ution strategy6 customer ser'ice strategy< supply c ain Management as Integrated logistics6 generic acti'ities6 arc itecture of supply c ain6 future potential of supply c ain Management% Su::ly chain dri+ers and obstacles9 &our dri'ers of supply c ainEin'entory6 transportation6 facilities and information6 a frame;or3 for structuring dri'ers6 role of eac dri'er in supply c ain6 o+stacles to ac ie'e strategic fit% Su::ly chain :erformance9 =+Aecti'es of supply c ain6 stages of supply c ain6 supply procurement Cycle6 pus 5pull 'ie; supply c ain processes6 importance of supply c ain cycle6 t e minimum local cost 'ie;6 t e ma,imum supply c ain surplus 'ie;% Managing economies of scale in a su::ly chain 9 /ole of cycle in'entory in a supply c ain6 economies of scale to e,ploit fi,ed costs6 economies of scale to e,ploit (uantity discounts6 s ort term discounting6 estimating cycle in'entory related costs6 determining appropriate le'el of safety in'entory% Trans:ortation in a su::ly chain7 &acilities affecting transportation decisions6 modes of transportation and t eir performance c aracteristics design options for a transport net;or36 trade offs in transport decision6 tailored transportation6 ma3ing transportation decision in practice% %ogistics and com:etiti+e strategy9 Competiti'e ad'antage6 gaining competiti'e ad'antage6 ad'antage t roug logistics6 mission of logistics management6 supply c ain and competiti'e performance6 c anging logistics en'ironment% Measuring logistics costs and &erformance9 T e concept of total cost analysis 6 principles of logistics costing6 logistics and t e +ottom line6 logistics and s are older 'alue 6 customer profita+ility analysis 6 cost dri'ers and acti'ity +ased costings% Cor:orate &rofitability7 @in3 to supply c ain6 e'aluation of !CM strategies6 customer focus in !CM6 in'entory and logistic Management6 'endor Management6 Aust-in-time 74IT8% 8uality Management7 In erent lin3 to !CM9 !uppliers de'elopment6 distri+ution c annel6 reengineering of supply c ain6 IT E ena+led supply c ain9 Electronic data interc ange6 enterprise resource planning6 implementation of IT6 !cope of emerging distri+uted6 cooperati'e telemanufacturing o'er internet%

=enchmar#ing the su::ly Chain9 ?enc mar3ing t e logistics process6 mapping supply c ain processes6 supplier and distri+utor +enc mar3ing6 identifying logistics performance indicators6 setting +enc mar3ing priorities% Coordination in a su::ly chain9 @ac3 of supply c ain coordination and t e ?ull; ip effect6 effect of lac3 of coordination on performance6 o+stacles to coordination6 managerial le'ers to ac ie'e coordination6 ac ie'ing coordination in practice% 3rganiEational (ssues7 Application of 3no;ledge Management for effecti'eness !CM6 social interactions and lin3ing of functional units in a supply c ain6 Com+ined core competency of !C 9 1lo+al sourcing6 tec nology and tools E essential ena+lers6 frame;or3 for managing a 3no;ledge intensi'e supply c ain% 2ecent Trends in SCM7 T ird #arty @ogistics7"#@86Tierisation of supplies6 /e'erse logistics6 4IT II6 Mil3 /ound !ystem 7M/!86 +ar coding6 Bu+ and !po3e Concept and ot er latest concepts% 2ecommended =oo#s7 ). C opra6 !upply C ain Management6 #earson Education Asia6 2e; .el i /. C ristop er6 @ogistics and !upply C ain Management6 25E6 #earson Education Asia6 2e; .el i 3. Taylor $ ?runt6 Manufacturing =perations and !upply C ain Management 7T e @ean Approac 86 ?usiness #ress T omson @earning 2e; Lor3% ,. ArAan 4% *an :eele6 #urc asing and !upply C ain Management 7Analysis #lanning and #ractice86 25Engineering6 ?usiness #ress6 T omson @earning 2%Lor3% -. .onalad ?o;erso,6 @ogistic Management - T e Integrated !upply C ain process6 Mc1ra; Bill6 2%Lor3

Course Code7 MME7 -3? Course Title7 6'D6NCE' MEC 6N(CS 3@ S3%('S Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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Three 'imensional Stress and Strain7 #rincipal stresses and strains6 Mo rJs circle representation of tria,ial stresses and strains% (, hrs) 4nsymmetrical =ending7 ! ear centers for sections ;it one a,is of symmetry% ! ear center for any unsymmetrical section6 stress and deflection of +eams su+Aected to unsymmetrical +ending% (1 hrs) =ending of &lates7 ?asic definitions6 stress6 cur'ature and moment relations6 deferential e(uation of plate deflection% ?oundary conditions6 simply supported rectangular plates6 a,is symmetric loaded circular plates% (0 hrs) Contact Stresses7 #oint and line contact% (, hrs)

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=uc#ling of Columns7 ?eam columns single concentrated load6 num+er of concentrated loads6 continuous lateral load6 end couple6 couples at +ot ends triangular loads% (1 hrs) Stress Concentration7 !tress concentration in tension or compression mem+ers% !tresses in a plate ;it circular ole6 elliptical ole6 small semi-circular groo'es% (1 hrs) a

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=eam on Elastic @oundations7 1eneral t eory6 infinite6 semi-infinite6 finite +eams< classification of +eams% ?eam supported +y e(ually spaced elastic elements% (1 hrs)

=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% Ad'anced strengt and applied elasticity +y /%C% Dgural6 !%-% &enster6 Else'ier% Ad'anced Mec anics of !olids +y Bug &ord6 @ongmans% !trengt of Materials #art-II +y !% Timos en3o Affiliated East-:sest &ress #'t9 @td6 2%.el i% Ad'anced Mec anics of !olids +y @%6 !rinat 6 TMB%

Course Code7 MME7 -,) Course Title7 MEC 6N(C6% D(=26T(3NS Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). Single 'egree of @reedom Systems &ree and forced 'i+rations ;it and ;it out damping6 @ongitudinal6 Trans'erse and Torsional 'i+rations< Magnification factor6 *i+ration isolation and Transmissi+ility% (- hrs) Systems "ith T"o and More 'egrees of @reedom Systems !ystems ;it t;o degrees of freedom< #rincipal modes of 'i+rations6 *i+ration a+sor+ers6 Influence coefficients6 1eneraliIed coordinates and coordinate coupling6 =rt ogonality of natural modes6 #rincipal coordinates6 2umerical met ods for many degrees of freedom systems% (> hrs) Continuous Systems Trans'erse 'i+rations of strings6 *i+ration of mem+ranes6 @ongitudinal 'i+ration of +ars6 Torsional 'i+rations of s afts6 @ateral 'i+rations of uniform and 'aria+le crosssectional +eams6 /itI and 1aler3in met ods% (> hrs) Non*%inear Dibrations .ifference +et;een linear and non-linear 'i+rations6 E,amples of non-linear 'i+rations6 # ase plane6 met od of pertur+ation6 met od of iteration6 Met od of &ourier series6 ard spring and soft spring6 self e,cited 'i+rations% (> hrs) Transient Dibrations Introduction6 @aplace transformation6 Met od of step input6 response to a rectangular and alf sinusoidal pulse6 p ase-plane met od6 ! oc3 spectrum6 ! ifting t eorem (> hrs) 2andom Dibrations Introduction6 2otations and definitions6 #ro+a+ility t eory6 armonic analysis of random signal6 Correlation functions6 !pectral density6 !pectral density of a rectangular pulse6 response of systems to random e,citation% (> hrs)

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Course Code7 MME7 -,3 Course Title7 EF&E2(MENT6% ST2ESS 6N6%9S(S Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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(ntroduction Introduction to elementary Elasticity6 !train and t e !tress-!train relations6 ?asic e(uations of strain6 and #lane Elasticity t eory% (3 hrs) =rittle*Coating Methods Introduction6 Coating !tresses6 ?rittle-Coating Crac3 #atterns6 Ceramic-+ased ?rittle Coatings6 /esin-+ased ?rittle Coatings6 Cali+ration% Crac3 .etection6 Test #rocedures6 (1 hrs)

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Strain Measurement using Strain 5ages Introduction6 !train !ensiti'ity in Metallic Alloys6 1age Construction6 !train-1age Ad esi'e and Mounting Met ods6 1age !ensiti'ities and 1age &actor6 #ieIoresisti'e #roperties of !emiconductors6 #erformance C aracteristics of &oil !train 1ages and !emiconductor 1ages% !train-1auge Circuits6 Analysis of !train-1auge .ata% (? hrs) 3:tical Methods a8 ?asic =ptics- Introduction6 =ptic @a;s6 =ptical Instruments- t e #olariscope6 t e Interferometer< (3 hrs) +8 Moire Met ods- Introduction6 Mec anism of &ormation of Moire &ringes6 .ifferent approac to Moire &ringe Analysis< (1 hrs) c8 T eory of # otoelasticity- Introduction6 t e !tress-optic @a;6 Effects c-f a !tressed Model in a #lane and in a Circular #olariscope6 &ringe Manipulation6 Isoc romatic and Isoclinic &ringe #atterns6 Compensation Tec ni(ues6 !eparation Met od6 Cali+ration Met ods6 # otoelastic Materials< (1 hrs) d8 2-. $ "-. # otoelasticity- ! ear .ifference Met od in "-. !tress6 t e !cattered-@ig t Met od6 &roIen-!tress Met od< (, hrs) e8 ?i-/efringent Coatings- Coating !tresses and !trains6 Coating !ensiti'ity6 Coating Materials6 Effects of Coating T ic3ness% (3 hrs)

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Course Code7 MME7 -,Course Title7 6'D6NCE' G(NEM6T(CS B '9N6M(CS 3@ M6C (NES Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). Ginematics of &lane and Com:le$ Mechanisms7 Introduction6 ad'anced -inematics of plane motion6 inflection points and t e inflection circle6 Euler-sa'ary e(uation6 1eometric construction6 #olode cur'ature6 cu+ic of stationary cur'ature% (1 hrs) Synthesis of &lane Mechanisms7 Introduction6 num+er synt esis6 dimensional synt esis -Motion generation6 #at generation6 function generation6 comple, num+er modeling grap ical6 analytical and com+ined met ods of synt esis% (1 hrs) Ginematics Synthesis of 6d+ance To:ics7 Introduction6 synt esis of multi loop lin3ages6 ?urmester t eory6 synt esis of geared lin3ages and cam mec anisms multipleJ repeated position synt esis6 computer program for synt esis% (1 hrs) 'ynamics of Mechanisms7 Introduction6 general principle of dynamics6 -ineto-statics time response modification of time response of mec anisms% using Matri, met od6 (, hrs)

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Course Code7 MME7 -,> Course Title7 (NST24MENT6T(3N Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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Standards of Measurement7 .efinition< need6 classifications of standards6 primary6 secondary la+oratory6 ;or3ing standards6 standards of mass6 lengt 6 time6 fre(uency6 temperature6 system6 unit of measurements% (3 hrs) 5eneralised (nstrumentation Systems7 !atisfaction6 general application6 configuration and functional elements6 generaliIed performance c aracteristics6 need6 types6 importance5particular statics c aracteristics6 source of errors6 loading facts6 mec anical6 electrical% (- hrs) 6nalysis of E$:erimental 'ata7 Errors and uncertainties in e,periments6 uni'ersal p enomenon6 general reasons6 preliminaries% /ole of statistics and 'ariance types of data6 presentation of t e o+ser'ations6 criteria for reAecting data6 specifying result of e,periments6 confidence le'el6 uncertainty analysis6 o'erall uncertainty% 1rap ical analysis and cur'e fitting6 t eory of least s(uares6 application in cali+ration6 goodness of fit% !ignificant figures and rounding off% (1 hrs) Transducers7 1eneral criteria for selection6 !train gauge6 rosettes< types6 applications% *aria+le contact mac ino-resisti'e6 transducer 7#otentiometers8< principle6 types6 resolution6 noise mitigation6 practical applications% Ad'antages and limitations of digital transducers o'er analog transducers% #rinciple of digitiIing analog single6 (uantiIation6 resolution6 sampling6 ?asics of digital num+er systems6 radi,6 con'ersion of decimal system into +inary code6 nAiost significant and least significant +its6 ?inary e(ui'alent of decimal num+ers% !e(uence6 .igital transducers9 classification and types6 measurement digital displacement transducers6 single +it and t;o +it6 encodes6 types6 construction6 range6 resolution6 application% (0 hrs) Signal Conditioning7 &unction6 concept of fre(uency response of AC and .C amplifiers in general% =perational amplifiers6 representation6 principle6 use in mat ematical operations% Introduction to differential amplifiers and c arge amplifiers% ?ridge circuits for transducers9 .C and AC types6 nuts ell and comparison met ods for 'aria+le measurement6 introduction to analysis and applications% (1 hrs)

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=oo#s recommended7 1% 2% "% )% A course in Mec anical Measurement $ Instrumentation +y A%-% !a; ney6 . anpat /ai $ !ons% Mec anical Measurement +y ?ec3;it $ ?uc3 Instrumentation for Measurement in Engineering +y !% 1upta Industrial Instrumentation +y Ec3mann%

Course Code7 MME7 -,? Course Title7 T2(=3%359 Contact ours7 % T , .

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@riction7 !liding friction9- Quantitati'e la;s of sliding friction6 t e origin and magnitude of t e friction force6 criticism of t e ad esion t eory6 ot er contri+utions to t e friction force6 rolling force% /olling friction9 @a;s of rolling friction6 t e measurement of friction% (1 hrs) Aear7 Dses of ;ear6 types of ;ear6 t e measurement of ;ear% Ad esi'e :ear9 Introduction6 mec anism of ad esi'e ;ear6 t e siIes and s apes of transferred fragments6 t e siIe distri+ution of ;ear fragments6 (uantitati'e la;s of ad esi'e ;ear6 alternati'e forms of ;ear e(uation6 e(uili+rium distri+ution of transferred fragments6 formation of loose ;ear particles% T e siIe of transferred particles and t e minimum load for transfer6 materials to +e used in ad esi'e ;ear situations% A+rasi'e :ear9 Introduction6 (uantitati'e e,pression for a+rasi'e ;ear6 e,perimental e'idence for t e a+rasi'e ;ear e(uation6 effect of ardness on a+rasi'e ;ear rate6 influence of a+rasi'e particle6 siIe on a+rasi'e ;ear rate6 effect of moisture contents and lu+rication% Corrosi'e :ear9 Introduction6 +rittle fracture ;ear% (> hrs) @undamental of lubrication7 @u+ricants and t eir properties6 'iscosity and its types of lu+rication6 types of +earings6 e(uations of continuity and motion6 ydrodynamics of simple configuration% (, hrs) ydrodynamic %ubrication7 #ertoff s e(uation6 generaliIed /eynoldJs e(uation6 simplification of full /eynoldJs e(uation6 infinitely long +earings6 infinitely s ort +earings6 con'erging -di'erging c annel6 full sommerfeld condition6 alf sommerfeld aad /eynoldJs condition6 center of pressure6 friction% (1 hrs) =earings7 4ournal ?earings9 1eometry6 pressure6 e(uation s ort +earing6 load6 attitude angle6 friction% Bydrostatic ?earings9 Applications6 features6 analysis of footstep +earing% T rust ?earings9 Analysis6 load6 center of pressure% #orous ?earings9 Introduction6 geometry and analysis% (1 hrs) <ournal =earing for s:ecialiEed 6::lications. 4ournal +earings ;it fi,ed non preloaded pads and ;it Aournal general +earings ;it special geometric features6 mo'a+le pads% (- hrs) fi,ed preloaded pads6 Aournal +earings ;it

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=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% 5% Introduction of Tri+ology +y ?%C% MaAumdar% Engineering Tri+ology +y 4%A% :illiams% Bydrodynamic @u+rication +y %#in3us and ?% !ternlic t% #rinciple and applications of Tri+ology +y Moore6 .esmond E% &riction and :ear of Materials +y E%/a+ino;icI 4o n :iley $ !ons

Course Code7 MME7 --) Course Title7 (N'4ST2(6% 23=3T(CS Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). /. (ntroduction7 A sense of istory6 a sense of design6 manipulators and manipulations6 ro+ot analysis and control in a nuts ell% (, hrs) Ginematics (7 5eometry Mat ematical preliminary6 position and orientation of a rigid +ody6 co-ordinate transformation6 Euler angle6 omogenous transformations% -inematics modeling of manipulator arms6 open 3inematic c ains6 t e denairt-Barten+erg notation6 3inematics e(uations% In'erse 3inematics9 introduction6 sol'ing t e 3inematic e(uation for t e 5 /I# manipulators6 sol'a+ility% (1 hrs) Ginematics ((7 'ifferential Motion -inematic modeling of instantaneous motions6 differential relations6 infinitesimal relations6 computation of t e manipulators6 4aco+ian% In'erse instantaneous 3inematics9 resol'ed motion rate6 redundancy% =ptimal solutions% (1 hrs) Statics7 &orce and moment analysis6 e(ui'alent Aoint tor(ues6 duality6 transformations of force and moments% !tiffness6 Introduction6 endpoint compliance analysis6 t e principle transformation of compliance matrices% (1 hrs) 'ynamics7 2e;ton-Euler formulation of e(uation of motion< +asic dynamic e(uation6 closed form dynamic e(uations6 p ysical interpretation of t e dynamic e(uation% @agrengian formulation of t e manipulator dynamics< @agrange dynamics6 t e manipulators6 inertia tensor6 deri'ing @agrange motion e(uation6 transformationsN of generaliIed co-ordinates% In'erse dynamics< introduction6 recursi'e computation6 mo'ing co-ordinates6 :al3er #aulJs algorit m% (? hrs) Trajectory Control7 Introduction6 #osition control6 load sc eme ;or36 traAectory control6 sliding surfaces6 perfect trac3ing using s;itc ed control la;s6 continuous control la;s to appro,imate s;itc ed control% /o+ust traAectory control for ro+ot manipulators< #ractical e'aluation of parametric uncertainties6 t e modeling5performance trade-off% (? hrs)

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Course Code7 MME7 --3 Course Title7 @(N(TE E%EMENT MET 3'S Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). (ntroduction to @inite Element Methods7 ?asic Concept6 Bistorical +ac3ground6 Engineering applications6 general description6 Comparison ;it ot er met ods% (, hrs) (ntegral @ormulations and Dariational Methods7 2eed for ;eig ted-integral forms6 rele'ant mat ematical concepts and formulae6 ;ea3 formulation of +oundary 'alue pro+lems6 'ariational met ods6 /ayleig -/itI met od6 and ;eig ted residual approac % (). hrs) @inite Element Techni;ues7 Model +oundary 'alue pro+lem6 finite element discretiIation6 element s apes6 siIes and node locations6 interpolation functions6 deri'ation of element e(uations6 connecti'ity6 +oundary conditions6 &EM solution6 post-processing6 compati+ility and completeness re(uirements6 con'ergence criteria6 ig er order and isoparametric elements6 natural coordinates6 @angrange and Bermite polynomials% ()/ hrs) 6::lications to Solid and Structural Mechanics &roblems7 E,ternal and internal e(uili+rium e(uations6 one-dimensional stress-strain relations6 plane stress and strain pro+lems6 a,is-symmetric and t ree dimensional stress-strain pro+lems6 strain displacement relations6 +oundary conditions6 compati+ility e(uations6 Analysis of trusses6 frames and solids of re'olution6 computer programs% (). hrs) 6::lications to eat Transfer &roblems7 *ariational approac 6 1aler3in approac 6 one-dimensional and t;o-dimensional steady-state pro+lems for conduction6 con'ection and radiation6 transient pro+lems% (- hrs) 6::lications To @luid Mechanics &roblems7 In'iscid incompressi+le flo;6 potential function and stream function formulation6 incompressi+le 'iscous flo;6 stream function6 'elocity-pressure and stream function'orticity formulation6 !olution of incompressi+le and compressi+le fluid film lu+rication pro+lems% (1 hrs) 6dditional 6::lications 9 !teady-state and transient field pro+lems% (). hrs)

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=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% T e &inite Element Met od +y Cien3ie;icI6 Tata Mc1ra; Bill 2% T e &inite Element Met od for Engineers +y Bue+ner6 4o n :iley "% An Introduction to t e &inite Element Met od +y 4%2% /eddy6 Mc1ra; Bill )% T e &inite Element Met od in Engineering +y !%!% /ao6 #ergamon #ress

Course Code7 MME7 --> Course Title7 M6C (NE D(S(3N Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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(ntroduction Mac ine 'ision6 Elements of mac ine *ision system6 ?asic relations ip +et;een pi,els 72eig +ors of a pi,el6 connecti'ity6 @a+eling of connected components6 .istance measure8 (, hrs) (mage &rocessing .igitiIation6 2oise6 Introduction to spatial domain and fre(uency domain6 !patial filters 7mean6 median6 gaussian smoot ing filters6 ig pass filters86 Image en ancement tec ni(ues 7@DT6 Bistogram E(ualiIation6 Bistogram specification6 contrast stretc ing6 intensity transformations 8% (0 hrs) (mage 6nalysis !egmentation of images6 Tec ni(ues for detecting point6 line6 edges 7/o+erts6 #re;itt6 !o+el6 @aplacian operations86 Edge lin3ing and +oundary detection6 T res olding6 /egion oriented segmentation 7/egion gro;ing +y pi,el aggregation6 /egion splitting and merging8< (0 hrs) 'escri:tion ?oundary .escriptions 7C ain code6 !ignatures6 #olygon appro,imation6 s ape num+ers6 &ourier descriptors8 /egional descriptors-simple descriptors 7#erimeter6 area6 minimum and ma,imum radii6 no% of oles6 comer6 +ending energy6 compactness86 Moment +ased descriptors 7center of mass6 +ounding rectangle6 ?est fit ellipse6 Eccentricity6 moment in'ariants86 Te,ture% (). hrs) &attern 2ecognition .ecision t eoretic met ods 72earest neig +or classifier6 2eural net;or386 !tructural met ods6 syntactic met ods6 Template matc ing% (). hrs)

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Course Code7 MME7 --? Course Title7 6'D6NCE' (NTE2N6% C3M=4ST(3N EN5(NES Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). Cycle 6nalysis7 T ermodynamic properties of gases and com+ustion products6 com+ustion c arts6 &uel-air cycle6 calculations for =tto6 .iesel and dual cycles6 @osses due to dissociation6 +urning time and eat flo;% Com+ustion processes for !I and CI engines< flame propagation and spray +urning processes< energy release calculations< actual *s fuel air cycle6 effects of 'arious operating conditions6 t;o and four stro3e engine cycles% (). hrs) eat Transfer7 Instantaneous eat transfer calculations6 engine loss-radiati'e and con'ecti'e eat transfers% eat transfer e(uations6 o'erall (- hrs) eat

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5as E$change7 1eneralised e(uations for in-flo; and outflo; processes< filling and emptying met ods and ;a'e action calculations< t;o stro3e engines6 gas e,c ange processes< types and p ases of sca'enging6 -adney effect% !uper c arging of !I $ CI engines< super c arger and tur+oc arger systems6 matc ing of atomiIation and spray formation< pump c aracteristics% (). hrs) @uel (njection7 &uel inAection9 fuel line ydraulics< compressi+ility effects< ;a'e and noIIle ends< mec anism of atomiIation and spray formation< pump c aracteristics% (0 hrs) @lo" &rocesses7 C aracterisation of flo; in t e cylinder6 !;irl6 !(uis and tur+ulence calculations% (3 hrs) @uels7 #etroleum fuels6 1asoline grades6 desira+le properties of !I $ CI engines fuels6 rating of fuels% (, hrs)

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Course Code7 MME7 -1) Course Title7 T42=3*M6C (NE29 Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). /. 3. (ntroduction .e'elopment6 classification and field of application of gas tur+ines%

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5as Turbine Cycles Ideal and actual cycles< multi-stage compression< re eating and regeneration% (/ hrs) Energy Transfer and @luid @lo" Characteristics Energy transfer +et;een fluid and rotor< a,i-symmetric in compressors and gas tur+ines% (3 hrs) Centrifugal Com:ressors #rinciples of operation< compressor losses< adia+atic efficiency< slip factor< #ressure coefficient< po;er unit< design consideration for impeller and diffuser systems6 performance c aracteristics% (0 hrs) 6$ial @lo" Com:ressors Elementary t eory< 'orte, t eory< degree of reaction< simple design< elementary air foil t eory< isolated airfoil and cascade t eory< t ree-dimensional flo;< stages< stage efficiency and o'erall efficiency< performance c aracteristics% (? hrs) Turbines A,ial flo; and radial flo; tur+ines< impulse and reaction tur+ines< fundamental relations and 'elocity triangles< elementary 'orte, t eory< limiting factors in tur+ine design< application of airfoil t eory to t e study of flo; t roug tur+ine +lades< aerodynamic and t ermodynamic design considerations< +lade materials< +lade attac ments and +lade cooling% (). hrs) 5as Turbine &o"er &lants &uel and fuel feed systems< com+ustion systems-design considerations and flame sta+iliIation< regenerator types and design< gas tur+ine po;er plant< plant performance and matc ing< applications% (? hrs)

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Course Code7 MME7 -13 Course Title7 2E@2(5E26T(3N EN5(NEE2(N5 Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). (ntroduction7 @u+rication of re'erse control cycle ;it 'apour as a refrigerant6 simple 'apour compression cycle6 pressure-Ent alpy diagram6 E;ingJs construction6 !uction state for ma,imum C=#% !tandard rating cycle and effect of operating conditions6 7E'aporator pressure6 condenser pressure6 suction 'apour super eat6 li(uid su+ cooling li(uid 'apour regenerati'e eat e,c anger8 .e'iation of actual 'apour compression cycle ;it t at of t eoretical% (1 hrs) 6ir 2efrigeration System7 /e'erse Carnot cycle6 most efficient refrigerator6 ?ell-Colman cycle6 ad'antages and disad'antages of air refrigeration system6 necessity of cooling t e aero planes6 simple cooling and simple e'aporati'e type6 ?ootstrap and ?ootstrap e'aporati'e type6 regenerati'e type6 reduced am+ient% @imitation6 merits and comparison% (1 hrs) Multi Tem:erature7 Met od of impro'ing t e C=#6 optimum inter state pressure for t;o stages refrigeration system6 Multi stage or compound compression ;it flas inter cooler6 single e,pansion 'al'e and multi e,pansion 'al'e% Multi e'aporator system ;it single compressor6 indi'idual compressor ;it compound compression6 single e,pansion 'al'e and multi-e,pansion 'al'e% (1 hrs) &roduction of %o" Tem:erature7 @imitations of simple 'apour compression system6 multistage system6 cascade system6 production of solid car+on dio,ide6 4oule-T omson effect6 li(uification of gases6 ydrogen6 elium6 application of lo; temperature6 Cryogenic insulation% (1 hrs) Steam <et 2efrigeration7 !team 4et /efrigerator6 component of steam 4et refrigeration plant6 ad'antagesJand limitations of steam Aet refrigeration system6 performance of t e system% .etermination of e(uali+riun concentration% (- hrs) Da:our 6bsor:tion System7 !imple 'apour a+sorption system6 Ma,imum co-efficient of performance6 modification of simple 'apour a+sorption system6 actual 'apour a+sorption cycle and its representation on Ent alpyEcomposition diagram6 a+sorption system calculation% /ic y and poor solution concentration% @it ium - ?romide ;ater system (- hrs) 6::lications7 Manufacture and treatment of metal6 industrial mideical6 ci'il engineering6 solar refrigeration and ice manufacturing% #roperties of refrigerants and mi,ture of refrigerant% .esign consideration of compressors6 condensers6 e,pansion de'ices6 e'aporators6 ice manufacture6 food presentation% (1 hrs)

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=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% 5% 0% /efrigeration and air conditioning +y C%#% Arora% /efrigeration and air conditioning +y 4ordan and #riester /efrigeration and air conditioning +y :illiam A!BA/AE Band ?oo3 7&undamentals8 A!BA/AE Elementary /efrigeration and air conditioning !toecAer Mc1ra; Bill Air Conditioning Engineering 4ones Arnold%

Course Code7 MME7 -1> Course Title7 '(2ECT ENE259 C3NDE2S(3N Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). 5eneral Con'ersion of energy from one form to anot er6 .irect energy con'ersion6 Application of direct energy con'ersion% (, hrs) /. M. .'. 5enerator Introduction6 #rinciple of ;or3ing6 .ifferent types of M%B%.% generators6 M%B%.% materials6 M%B%.% po;er generation systems6 Economic aspects of M%B%.% generation% (> hrs) 3. Solar Energy An introduction to solar energy6 Beat transfer t roug solar energy6 !olar radiation analysis6 !olar energy measuring instruments6 !olar collectors6 &lat plate collectors6 &ocussing type collectors6 Ad'antages of focusing type collectors o'er flat plate type collectors% ()/ hrs) ,. &hoto*+oltaic &o"er*5eneration Introduction6 # oto-'oltaic effect6 .ifferent types of p oto-'oltaic cells6 Cell fa+rication6 !olar +atteries and systems6 !olar energy applications6 Economic aspects of solar energy utiliIation% (> hrs) -. Thermoelectric 5enerators Introduction6 T ermoelectric effects6 T ermoelectric generator6 Types of t ermoelectric generators6 Economic aspects oft em1oelectric generation% (- hrs) 1. @uel Cells Introduction6 #rinciple of fuel cells6 T ermodynamic analysis of fuel cells6 Types of fuel cells6 &uel cell +atteries6 Applications of fuel cells% (- hrs)

=oo#s 2ecommended7 I% 2% "% )% 5% /ene;a+le Energy !ources and Con'ersion Tec nology +y 2%-%?ansal6 M%-leeman and M% Mieles% .irect Energy Con'ersion +y 1%:%!utton% Energy Con'ersion +y !%!%@%C ang% &uel Cells for Electric Dtility #o;er generation Ad'ances in Energy !ystems and Tec nology6 *ol% 5 +y A%#%&ic3ett

Course Code7 MME7 -1? Course Title7 @%4(' EN5(NEE2(N5 Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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(/ hrs) (ntegral analysis of flo"7 ?asic la;s in integral form< transport t eorem< continuity6 momentum and energy e(uations in integral form and t eir applications% (1 hrs) 3. 'ifferential analysis of flo"7 Continuity e(uation< deri'ation of 2a'ier !to3es e(uation and e,act solution energy e(uation% (, hrs) ,. (deal fluid flo"7 -inematics of fluid flo;< potential flo;< ?ernoulliJs e(uation and applications< sources6 sin3s6 dou+lets and 'ortices< superimposition of uniform stream ;it a+o'e< flo; around comers< /an3ine o'als< flo; around uniform cylinders ;it and ;it out circulation< pressure distri+ution on t e surface of t ese +odies and .J Alem+ertFs parado,% (1 hrs) -. Discous flo"7 E,act solution< plane #oiselle and Coutte flo;s< Bagon-#oiselle flo; t roug pipes< flo;s ;it 'ery small /eynoldJs num+ers< !to3es flo; around a sp ere< elements of ydrodynamic t eory of lu+rication% &lo;s ;it 'ery large /eynoldJs num+ers< elements of t;o dimensional +oundary layer t eory< displacement t ic3ness and momentum t ic3ness< s3in friction< ?laussius solution for +oundary layer on a flat plate ;it out pressure gradient< -arman#orausen integral met od for o+taining appro,imate solutions% .rag on +odies< form drag and s3in friction drag< profile drag and its measurement% (1 hrs) 1. Transition flo"s7 Transition from 1aminar to tur+ulent flo;s6 /eynoldJs stresses6 tur+ulent + oundary layer o'er a flat plate< transition for flat plate flo;% (1 hrs) >. Com:ressible fluid flo"s7 =ne dimensional isentropic flo;< &anno and /ayleig lines< c o3ing< s oc3s 7normal and o+li(ue8% (- hrs) 0. Dorte$ Motion7 .efinitions< 'orte, lines< surfaces and tu+es< 'orticity< circulation< -el'ins circulation t eorem< Belm oltIs 'orticity t eorem< ?iot-sa'art la; for induced 'orticity< system of 'orte, filaments< orse-s oe 'orte, filaments< ring 'ortices< 'ortes s eets< 3arman 'orte, s eet% (- hrs) =oo#s 2ecommended7 1% &undamentals of Mec anics of &luid +y Curriec6 Mcgra;-Bill 2% &oundation of &luid Mec anics6 Luan6 #rentice Ball "% Engineering fluid mec anics6 -%@% -umar6 Eurasia )% &luid Mec anics and its applications6 1upta and 1upta6 :illey Easter

Course Code7 MME7 ->) Course Title7 56S '9N6M(CS Contact ours7 % T & , . .

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(ntroduction7 1eneral differential e(uations of continuity< momentum and energy applied to compressi+le in'iscid fluids< sonic 'elocity< Mac num+er and propagation of distur+ance% in a fluid flo;< isentropic flo; and stagnation properties< flo; t roug noIIles and diffusers< &anno6 /ayleig and isot ermal flo;s t roug pipes% ()/ hrs) Shoc# Aa+es7 2ormal and o+li(ue s oc3s< supersonic e,pansion +y turning< #randtle-Mayer function6 /eflection6 refraction and intersection of o+li(ue s oc3 ;a'es< detac ed s oc3s% (). hrs) Su:ersonic and Subsonic @lo"7 @inearisation and small pertu+uration t eory< general solutions of supersonic flo;< elements of supersonic t in airfoil t eory< met od of c aracteristics for sol'ing non-linear e(uations< Bodograp met od for mi,ed su+sonic and supersonic flo;% :ind tunnel and its instrumentation% ()0 hrs)

=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% 5% 0% 1as .ynamics +y E% /ad a3ris nan &undamentals of 1as .ynamics +y !%M% La ya 1as .ynamics +y Cam+ell and 4ennings 1as .ynamics +y ?ec3er &undamentals of 1as .ynamics +y /%. %Cuc3er &luid Mec anics +y A%-% Mo anty

Course Code7 MME7 ->3 Course Title7 N4C%E62 EN5(NEE2(N5 Contact ours7 % T & , . .

Conce:ts of Nuclear &hysics7 T e atom6 structure6 t e nucleus6 nuclear structure6 atomic transmutation of elements6 detection of radio-acti'ity6 particle accelerator6 decay6 nature of elements6 nucleus interactions6 decay rates6 alf-life6 transuranic elements% (0 hrs) /. Neutron (nteraction7 Ad'antages of using neutron6 neutron moderation6 fission c ain reaction6 t ermalisation of neutrons6 fast neutrons6 prompt and delayed neutrons6 fission products% (, hrs) 3. Energy 2elease7 Mass energy e(ui'alence6 mass defect6 +inding energy6 energy release in fission $ fusion6 t ermonuclear reaction6 fusion +om+% (, hrs) ,. 2eactorH Materials7 &issile $ fertile materials6 cladding $ s ielding materials6 moderators6 coolants% (3 hrs) -. 2eactor Technology7 ?asic principles6 fuel assem+ly6 neutron +alance6 reactor 3inetics6 reactor coefficients6 reactor sta+ility6 e,cess reacti'ity6 Oenon poisoning6 +urna+le a+sor+ers6 reacti'ity control6 eat +alance6 production$ transfer of eat to t e coolant6 structural considerations% (0 hrs) 1. Nuclear 2eactors7 Types of nuclear reactors6 pressuriIed ;ater reactors6 +oiling ;ater reactors6 CA2.D type reactors6 gas cooled $ li(uid metal cooled reactors6 fast +reeder reactors% (- hrs) >. Safety Considerations B Aaste 'is:osal7 BaIards6 plant site selection6 safety measures incorporated in plant design6 accident control6 disposal of nuclear ;aste% (, hrs) 0. ealth &hysics B 2adio*isoto:es7 /adiation9 units6 aIards6 pre'ention6 preparation of radio-isotopes $ t eir use in medicine6 agriculture $ industry% (, hrs) =oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2uclear #o;er Engineering +y M%M% EI-:a3el 2% 2uclear #o;er #lant +y Taylor "% Introduction to 2uclear Engineering +y !tep enson%

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Course Code7 MME7 ->Course Title7 23CGETS 6N' <ET &23&4%S(3N Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). =asic &rinci:les /eaction principles< essential features of propulsi'e de'ices-roc3et6 ram-Aet6 pulse-Aet6 tur+o-Aet and tur+o-prop engines< +asic t rust e(uations< t rust po;er and propulsion efficiency< o'erall efficiency% (- hrs) 2e+ie" of 3ne*dimensional Steady Com:ressible @lo" !tagnation conditions< isentropic flo;< flo; in constant area duct ;it friction and ;it eat transfer< normal and o+li(ue s oc3s< diffuser and noIIle flo; ;it friction< su+sonic and supersonic diffusers< inlet s oc3 systems< ram drag of supersonic inlets< noIIle friction parameters< noIIle disc arge Aets< noIIle t rust e(uations% ()/ hrs) Energy Transfer in Turbo*machinery *elocity diagrams at entrance and e,it< tor(ue< t ermodynamic energy analysis% po;er and ead e(uations< general (, hrs) Turbojet Engine &rocesses and &erformances Air-standard cycle analysis< actual cycle analysis< typical engine performance< corrected performance parameters< engine-airplane com+ination c aracteristics< t rust augmentation% (1 hrs) Turbo:ro: Engine &rocesses and &erformance Engine processes< cycle analysis< engine performance< com+ustion c am+ers< fuels% (3 hrs) 2amjet Engine /amAet inlet< ramAet +urners< Aet e,pansion< o'erall process and performance% (, hrs) 2oc#et Engine !olid and li(uid propellant roc3et motors< t ermodynamic e(uations of t e roc3et motor< com+ustion and com+ustion sta+ility< cooling< propellant selection< performance and design% (1 hrs)

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=oo#s 2ecommended7 1% 2% "% )% 5% 4et #ropulsion and 1as Tur+ines +y Cucro;6 4o n :iley T eory and .esign of 1as Tur+ine and 4et Engines +y *incent6 Mc1ra; Bill /oc3et #ropulsion Elements +y !utton6 4o n :iley 4et #ropulsion +y Besse6 #itman Aircraft 4et #o;er #lants6 .ur am6 #rentice Ball

Course Code7 MME7 ->> Course Title7 S3%62 ENE259 EN5(NEE2(N5 Contact ours7 % T & , . . ). Solar 2adiation C aracteristics6 Eart -sun relation6 Estimation on c aracteristics of opa(ue and transparent material% oriIontal and tilted surfaces6 /adiation (- hrs) /. @lat &late Collectors .escription6 t eory6 Beat capacity effects6 Time constant6 Measurement of t ermal performance6 Air eaters% (1 hrs) E+acuated Tubular Collectors =ne a,is6 T;o a,is6 !olar trac3ing6 Cylindrical6 !p erical and #ara+olic and #ara+oloid concentrators% Composite collectors6 Central recei'er collectors% (1 hrs) eat Storage !ensi+le and latent eat storage6 C emical energy system6 performance calculations% (- hrs) @lo" Systems 2atural and forced flo; systems6 :ater eating systems for domestic6 industrial and space eating re(uirements6 !olar distillation% (- hrs) Solar eating and Cooling .irect6 indirect and isolated eating concepts6 Cooling concepts6 @oad calculation met ods6 #erformance e'aluation met ods% (, hrs) Solar Thermal &o"er 5eneration Introduction6 #ara+oloidal concentrating systems6 systems6 Central recei'er system% Cylindrical concentrating (- hrs) Solar 2efrigeration and 6ir Conditioning Systems Introduction6 !olar refrigeration and air conditioning systems6 !olar desiccant cooling% (, hrs)

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