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Course 2.

Engineering Mechanics (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. U. S. Dixit
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology , Guwahati
North Guwahati, Guwahati 781039
Email :
Telephone : (91-361)

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Detailed Syllabus :
M1 Basics of Statics
L1 Fundamental principles & concepts: Vector algebra, Newtons laws, gravitation,
force (external and internal, transmissibility), couple, moment (about point and about
axis), Varignons theorem, resultant of concurrent and non-concurrent coplanar forces,
static equilibrium, free body diagram, reactions.
L2 Problem formulation concept; 2-D statics, two and three force members, alternate
equilibrium equations, constraints and static determinacy; 3-D statics.
M2 Analysis of Structures I (Trusses, Frames, Machines)
L3 Trusses: Assumptions, rigid and non-rigid trusses; Simple truss (plane and space),
analysis by method of joints.
L4 Trusses (contd): Analysis of simple truss by method of sections; Compound truss
(statically determinate, rigid, and completely constrained).
L5 Analysis of frames and machines.
M3 Analysis of Structures II (Beams, Cables)
L6 Internal forces; Beams: types of loading and supports; shear force, bending
moment, and axial force diagrams.
L7 Beams (contd): shear force and bending moment diagrams and equations relating
them with external load.
L8 Cables (coplanar): assumptions, parabolic and catenary cables.
M4 Friction - I
L9 Coulomb dry friction laws, simple surface contact problems, friction angles, types of
problems, wedges.
L10 Disk friction (thrust bearing); Belt friction (flat, V).
L11 Square-threaded screw (self locking, screw jack).

M5 Friction - II
L12 Journal bearings (axle friction).
L13 Wheel friction and rolling resistance.
M6 Center of Mass & Area Moments of Inertia
L14 First moment of mass and center of mass, centroids of lines, areas, volumes,
composite bodies.
L15 Area moments- and products- of inertia, radius of gyration, transfer of axes,
composite areas.
L16 Rotation of axes, principal area-moments-of-inertia, Mohrs circle.
M7 Mass Moment of Inertia
L17 Second moment of mass, Mass moments- and products- of inertia, radius of
gyration, transfer of axes, flat plates (relation between area- and mass- momentsand products- of inertia), composite bodies.
L18Rotation of axes, principal mass-moments-of-inertia.
M8 Virtual Work and Energy Method - I
L19 Virtual displacements, principle of virtual work for particle and ideal system of
rigid bodies, degrees of freedom.
L20 Active force diagram, systems with friction, mechanical efficiency.
M9 Virtual Work and Energy Method - II
L21 Conservative forces and potential energy (elastic and gravitational), energy
equation for equilibrium.
L22 Applications of energy method for equilibrium.
L23 Stability of equilibrium.
M10 Review of particle dynamics
L24
Rectilinear motion; Plane curvilinear motion (rectangular, path, and polar
coordinates).
L25

3-D curvilinear motion; Relative and constrained motion; Newtons 2nd law
(rectangular, path, and polar coordinates).

L26

Work-kinetic energy, power, potential energy.

L27

Impulse-momentum (linear, angular); Impact (Direct and oblique).

M11 Plane kinematics of rigid bodies - I


L28

Rotation; Parametric motion.

L29

Relative velocity, instantaneous center of rotation.

L30

Relative acceleration, rotating reference frames.

M12 Plane kinematics of rigid bodies - II


L31

Rotating reference frames, 3-part velocity and 5-part acceleration relations,


Coriolis acceleration.

L32

Applications of rotating reference frames.

M13 Plane kinetics of rigid bodies - I


L33

Kinetics of system of particles and derivation of moment equation.

L34

Translation.

L35

Fixed axis rotation; General planar motion.

L36

General planar motion.

M14 Plane kinetics of rigid bodies II


L37

Work kinetic energy, potential energy.

L38

Potential energy (contd.), power; Impulse-momentum.

L39

Impulse-momentum (contd.), impact; Combination problems.

M15 Introduction to vibration


L40

Free vibration (damped, undamped)

L41

Forced vibration (damped, undamped)

L42

Mechanical displacement meter and accelerometer; Vibration of rigid bodies

L43

Vibration of rigid bodies (contd.)

L44

Energy methods for undamped problems.

M denotes the module and L the lecture under that module.


Books to be followed:
1.
2.

J. L. Meriam and L. G. Kraige, Engineering Mechanics: Statics (V.1), Dynamics (V.2),


5th edition, Wiley 2002.
I. H. Shames, Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics, 4th edition, PHI, 1996.
F. P. Beer and E. R. Johnston, Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics (V.1),
Dynamics (V.2), 3rd SI edition, TMH, 1998

Course 39. Robotics (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. C. Amarnath
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email :

amarnath@me.iitb.ac.in

Telephone : (91-22)

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Prof. B. Seth
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email :

seth@me.iitb.ac.in

Telephone : (91-22)

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Prof. K. Kurien Issac


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email :

kurien@me.iitb.ac.in

Telephone : (91-22)
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Prof. P. S. Gandhi
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
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gandhi@me.iitb.ac.in

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Prof. P. Seshu
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email : seshu@me.iitb.ac.in
Telephone : (91-22)

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Detailed Syllabus :
Module 1: Introduction (3 hrs)
Brief History, Types of robots, uses of robots, Present status and future trends in robotics,
Overview of robot subsystems.
Module 2: (3hrs)
Issues in designing and controlling robots: resolution, repeatability and accuracy,
transmission, Robot configurations and concept of workspace, Mechanisms and transmission.
Module 3: Robot Anatomy 1: End effectors and actuators (3hrs)
Different types of grippers, vacuum and other methods of gripping. Pneumatic, hydraulic and
electric actuators.
Module 4: Robot Anatomy 2: Sensors and controllers (4hrs)
Internal and external sensors, position, velocity and acceleration sensors, proximity sensors,
force sensors, laser range finder, camera. Micro-controllers, DSP, centralized controllers, real
time operating systems.
Module 5: Task specification (3hrs)
Point to point and continuous motion specifications for typical applications, joint interpolation,
task space interpolation, executing user specified tasks
Module 6: Robot analysis 1 (3hrs)
Position and orientation of rigid bodies, spatial mechanism description, Denavit-Hartenberg
notation, homogenous transformation.
Module 7: Robot analysis 2 (3hrs)
Forward and inverse position analysis, velocity mapping, static force analysis, singularities,
acceleration mapping.
Module 8: Robot control (4hrs)
Independent joint control, PD and PID feedback, actuator models, nonlinearity of manipulator
models, issues in nonlinear control, force feedback, hybrid control

Module 9: Motion planning(3hrs)


Obstacle avoidance, configuration space, road map methods, graph search algorithms,
potential field methods.
Module 10: Robot vision 1 (3hrs)
Camera model and perspective transformation, image processing fundamentals for robotic
applications, image acquisition and preprocessing.
Module 11: Robot vision 2 (3hrs)
Segmentation and region characterization, object recognition by image matching and based on
features, Problem of bin-picking.
Module 12: Futuristic topics in Robotics (3hrs)
Micro-robotics and MEMS (Micro electro mechanical systems), Fabrication technology for
micro-robotics, stability issues in legged robots, under-actuated manipulators
Module 13: Case studies (4 hrs)
1. Robot in assembly (Puma)
2. Mobile robot (Nataraj)
TOTAL HOURS : 42

Course 37. Vibration Engineering (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. Rajiv Tiwari


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
North Guwahati, Guwahati 781039
Email :

rtiwari@iitg.ernet.in

Telephone :(91-361)

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Prof. S. K. Dwivedy
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
North Guwahati, Guwahati 781039
Email : :

dwivedy@iitg.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-361)

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Detailed Syllabus :
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Modules
I. Introduction

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Lectures
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II.
Single-DOF
Free
Vibrations
III.
Single-DOF
Free
Vibrations
III.
Single-DOF
Forced
Vibrations

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Lecture Contents
Overview of the course, practical
applications and research trends
Harmonic and periodic motions, vibration
terminology
Vibration model, Equation of motionNatural Frequency
Energy method, Rayleigh method
Principle of virtual work, Damping models.
Viscously damped free vibration
Special cases: oscillatory, non-oscillatory
and critically damped motions.
Logarithmic decrement, Experimental
determination of damping coefficient.
Forced harmonic vibration, Magnification
factor.
Rotor unbalance, Transmissibility
Vibration Isolation
Equivalent viscous damping, Sharpness of
resonance.

Remarks
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Two-DOF Free
Vibrations

V. Vibration
Absorber

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Multi-DOF

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VII.
Calculation of
natural
frequencies
VIII.
Torsional
vibration

IX.
Continuous
systems :
closed form
solutions
X.
Continuous
systems :
Approximate
solutions
XI.
Finite element
analysis

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SKD-02
SKD-03
SKD-04
SKD-05
SKD-06
SKD-07
SKD-08
SKD-09
SKD-10

SKD: Santosh Kumar Dwivedy


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XI.
Signature
analysis and
preventive
maintenance

Generalized and Principal coordinates,


derivation of equations of motion
Lagranges equation
Coordinate coupling
Forced Harmonic vibration
Tuned absorber, determination of mass
ratio.
Tuned and damped absorber, unturned
viscous damper.
Derivation of equations of motion,
influence coefficient method
Properties of vibrating systems: flexibility
and stiffness matrices, reciprocity
theorem
Modal analysis: undamped
Modal analysis: damped

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Rayleigh method
Stodala method
Matrix iteration method
Holzer method and Dunkerleys method
Simple systems with one or two rotor
masses
Multi-DOF systems-transfer matrix method
Geared system
Branched system
Vibration of strings
Longitudinal and torsional vibration of rods
Transverse vibration of beams: equations
of motion and boundary conditions
Transverse vibration of beams: natural
frequencies and mode shapes
Rayleighs energy method
Rayleigh-Ritz method
Assumed modes and Galerkins method

SKD-11
SKD-12
SKD-13
SKD-14
RT-13

Finite element formulation for beams:


Galerkins method
Beams elemental mass and stiffness
matrices, Elemental force vector,
Global finite element assembly and
imposition of boundary conditions and
solution procedure.
Finite element formulation for rods.
Vibration testing equipments: signal
generation, measuring and conditioning
instruments
Vibration testing equipments: signal
analysis instruments
Vibration signatures and standards
Field balancing of rotors

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RT-14
RT-15
RT-16
SKD-15
SKD-16
SKD-17
SKD-18
SKD-19
SKD-20
SKD-21

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Course 35. Finite Element Method (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
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Prof . C.S. Upadhayay


Department of Aerospace Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology , Kanpur
Kanpur - 208 016,
Email :

shekhar@iitk.ac.in

Telephone : (91-512)

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Detailed Syllabus :
Module 1

(3 hrs)

Objective of the Course, Basic Steps in FEM Formulation, General Applicability of the Method;
Variational Functional, Ritz Method.
Module 2

(4 hrs)

Variational FEM : Derivation of Elemental Equations, Assembly, Imposition of Boundary


Conditions, Solution of the Equations.
Module 3

(3 hrs)

1 -D Elements, Basis Functions and Shape Functions, Convergence Criteria, h and p


Approximations.
Module 4

.(3 hrs)

Natural Coordinates, Numerical Integration, Gauss Elimination based Solvers.


Module 5

(3 hrs)

Computer implementation: Pre-processor, Processor, Post-processor.


Module 6

(4 hrs)

Alternate Formulation: Weighted Residual Method, Galerkin Method;


Problems with C1 Continuity: Beam Bending, Connectivity and Assembly of C1 Continuity
Elements.
Module 7

(5 hrs)

Variational Functional; 2-D Elements (Triangles and Quadrilaterals) and Shape Functions.
Module 8

(3 hrs)

Natural Coordinates, Numerical Integration, Elemental Equations, .Connectivity and Assembly,


Imposition of Boundary Conditions.
Module 9

(4 hrs)

Axisymmetric (Heat Conduction) Problem, Plane Strain and Plane Stress Solid Mechanics
Problems.
Module 10

(3 hrs)

Sub-parametric, Iso-parametric and Super-parametric Elements; Elements with C1 Continuity.


Module 11

(3 hrs)

Free Vibration Problems, Formulation of Eigen Value Problem, FEM Formulation.


Module 12

(3 hrs)

Time-dependent Problems, Combination of Galerkin FEM and FDM (Finite Difference Method),
Convergence and Stability of FD Scheme.
Module 13

(2 hrs)

Problems with Material Non-linearity, Direct Solution Technique.

Course 31. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. R. C. Arora
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Kharagpur - 721302
Email rcarora@mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
Telephone : (91-3222)

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Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Kharagpur - 721302
Email : ramg@mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
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Detailed Syllabus :
MODULE 1: Introduction
1st Lecture
Definition of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
History of Refrigeration and Air conditioning
History from conceptual point of view:

Ice production by nocturnal cooling in ancient India and application of evaporative


cooling in India. Use of natural ice, ice houses and ice trade.

Vapour Compression Refrigeration Systems

Vapour Absorption Refrigeration Systems

Air Cycle Refrigeration Systems

Miscellaneous Systems (Vapour Jet Refrigeration Systems, Thermoelectric systems,


Vortex tube systems, Intermittent-Solar Refrigeration Systems, Combined Cycles)

2nd Lecture
History from Refrigerant development Point of View

Early refrigerants (SO2, CO2, CH3Cl, CH4, C2H6 etc)

Introduction of CFCs and HCFCs

Ozone layer depletion

HFCs, HCs, NH3, CO2, H2O etc.


History from compressor development point of view

Low-speed steam engine driven compressors

High-speed electric motor driven compressors

Rotary vane compressors

Centrifugal compressors

Screw compressors

Scroll compressors
History of Air Conditioning

MODULE 2: Applications
3rd Lecture
Applications of Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
a) Comfort Air Conditioning

Residential air conditioning

Commercial air conditioning

Industrial air conditioning


b) Industrial Refrigeration

Chemical and process industries

Dairy plants

Petroleum refineries
c) Food processing and food chain
d) Miscellaneous

MODULE 3: Methods of producing low temperatures


4th Lecture

Using enthalpy of mixing (mixing of salt with water)

Expansion in a turbine

Throttling

Thermoelectric effects

Adiabatic demagnetization

MODULE 4: Review of Fundamentals


5th Lecture
a) Thermodynamics:

1st law of thermodynamics for open and closed systems

2nd law of thermodynamics, Kelvin-Planck and Clausius statements, and


Clausius inequality. 3rd law of thermodynamics.

Heat Engines, Heat Pumps and Refrigeration Systems, Maximum COP

Thermodynamic properties

Thermodynamic processes

T-s and p-h diagrams

6th Lecture
b) Fluid mechanics:

Continuity and Momentum equations

Bernoullis equation and friction factor


b) Heat transfer

Modes of heat transfer

Concept of thermal resistance and overall heat transfer coefficient

Radiative heat transfer coefficient

Forced Convection, Free Convection, Boiling and Condensation heat transfer


coefficients

MODULE 5: Air Cycle Refrigeration Systems


7th Lecture

Reverse Carnot Cycle and its limitations

Bell Coleman, Joule or Reverse Brayton Cycle

Aircraft refrigeration cycles

Joule Thompson coefficient and Inversion Temperature

Linde, Claude and Stirling cycles for liquefaction of air.


MODULE 6: Vapour Compression Refrigeration Systems
8th Lecture

Comparison of Vapour Compression Cycle and Gas cycle

Ideal refrigeration cycle Reversed Carnot cycle and maximum COP

Deviations of practical cycles from Carnot cycle

Standard vapour compression refrigeration cycle (SSS cycle),


Superheat horn and throttling loss for various refrigerants, efficiency
9th Lecture

Modifications to standard cycle liquid-suction heat exchangers

Grindlay cycle and Lorenz cycle

Optimum suction condition for optimum COP Ewings construction and


Gosneys method.

Actual cycles with pressure drops and heat transfer

Complete Vapour Compression Refrigeration System


10th Lecture

Multipressure, multistage systems, optimum intermediate pressure

Two stage ammonia and halocarbon systems

11th Lecture

Multi-evaporator systems

Cascade systems, optimum intermediate temperature

Manufacture of dry ice and supercritical CO2 cycle

Autocascade cycle

MODULE 7: Vapour Absorption Refrigeration Systems


12th Lecture

Working principle
Maximum COP of the ideal VARS
Properties of Mixtures
Simple absorption refrigeration system

13th Lecture
Lithium bromide-Water Absorption Refrigeration Systems

Operating principles and applications

Refrigerant-absorbent properties using tables and charts

Performance evaluation and methods of improvement

Practical problems crystallization and air leakage

Commercial systems Single and multistage systems

14th Lecture
Aqua Ammonia Refrigeration System

Operating principles and applications

Refrigerant-absorbent properties using tables and charts

Practical problems and Principle of Rectification


15th Lecture
Aqua-ammonia Absorption Refrigeration Systems

Analysis of Generator- Exhausting Column and


Rectification column -Dephelgmator

Three fluid system

Solar energy based adsorption refrigeration systems

MODULE 8: Refrigeration system components


16th Lecture
Compressors
Reciprocating Compressors

Constructional details open , hermetic and semi-sealed compressors

Performance of the ideal compressor

Clearance volumetric efficiency


Effects of evaporator and condenser pressures

Actual volumetric efficiency


Effects of cylinder cooling, heating and friction
Empircial equations for actual volumetric efficiency
17th Lecture
Reciprocating Compressors (Contd.)

Power requirements of ideal and actual compressors


optimum work for given condenser and evaporator pressures
mean effective pressure,
pull down characteristics

Compressor discharge temperatures and need for cooling

Capacity control
18th Lecture
Centrifugal Compressors
Basic principle of dynamic compressor

Velocity diagrams

Efficiency considerations

Construction details, applications and performance characteristics

Comparison with reciprocating compressors

19th Lecture
Screw Compressors

Basic principles- single screw and double screw compressors.

Working principle, work requirement and performance characteristics

Comparison with reciprocating and centrifugal compressors

Rotary- single vane and multi-vane compressor

20th Lecture
Condensers

Classification based on type of construction, flow direction etc.

Condensing capacity and Heat Rejection Ratio

Correlations for condensing heat transfer coefficients

Thermal design of condensers

Effects of fouling and noncondensible gases on performance

21st Lecture
Evaporators

Classification based on type of construction, flow direction etc.

Correlations for boiling heat transfer coefficients for various configurations

Design and performance aspects

Effects of pressure drops and frost formation


Use of Wilsons plots

22nd Lecture
Expansion devices
Capillary tubes

Applications, operating characteristics and selection


Thermostatic expansion valves

Applications and operating characteristics

Internal vs external equalizers

Cross charging, gas charging, liquid charging and fade out point
Automatic expansion valves
Float valves Low side and high side float valves
Electronic expansion valves
MODULE 9: Refrigerants
23rd Lecture

Primary and secondary refrigerants

Designation of Refrigerants.

Desirable properties of refrigerants including solubility in water and lubricating oil,


material compatibility, toxicity, flammability, leak detection, cost, environment and
performance issues

Thermodynamic properties of refrigerants

Synthetic and natural refrigerants

Comparison between different refrigerants vis a vis applications

Special issues and practical implications

Refrigerant mixtures zeotropic and azeotropic mixtures


MODULE 10: Properties of moist air (psychrometry)
24th Lecture

Composition of moist air

Methods for estimating moist air properties

Important psychrometric properties


o Dry bulb temperature
o Humidity ratio
o Relative humidity
o Degree of saturation
o Dew point temperature
o Enthalpy
25th Lecture
Psychrometry (contd.)
o Adiabatic saturation
o Thermodynamic wet bulb temperature and wet bulb thermometer
Relations between psychrometric properties
Introduction to humidity ratio vs. dry-bulb temperature psychrometric chart and ASHRAE
chart.Use of psychrometric charts and moist air tables, Goff and Gratch tables
MODULE 11: Psychrometric Processes
26th Lecture

Sensible cooling and heating, RSH

Humidification and dehumidification, RLH

Combined heat and mass transfer processes, RTH, RSHF,


o Straight line law coil bypass factor and ADP
o Cooling and dehumidification
o Heating and humidification
o Psychrometric calculations for simple airconditioning system and for return air
systems with bypass factor. RSHF, GSHF and ESHF
27th Lecture

Psychrometric processes (contd.)


o Cooling and humidification (evaporative cooling)
o Adiabatic mixing
o Spray washers and cooling towers
MODULE 12: Air conditioning systems for comfort
28th Lecture

Thermal comfort. Heat transfer from human body by sensible and latent heat transfer.
Metabolic heat generation, steady state and unsteady state model for heat transfer,
effect of clothing and definition of effective temperatures. PMV and PPD. ASHRAE
comfort chart.

Inside and Outside design conditions

Summer air conditioning systems

Winter air conditioning systems

All year air conditioning systems


MODULE 13: Infiltration and IAQ
29th Lecture
Infiltration
o Infiltration and ventilation
o Infiltration due to stack effect, temperature difference and wind velocity
o Air change and crack length methods for estimating infiltration
o Infiltration due to door openings
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
o Sources of indoor air pollution
o Methods of control of IAQ
o Fresh air requirements for ventilation and IAQ

MODULE 14: Heating and Cooling load calculations


30th Lecture
Heating and Cooling load calculations

Differences between winter and summer load calculations

Solar radiation
o Distribution of solar radiation
o Direct and diffuse solar radiation
o Earth sun angles and their relationship
31st Lecture

Solar radiation (contd.)


o Solar radiation on horizontal, vertical and inclined surfaces
o Solar radiation through glass, SHGF and shading coefficients
o Effects of internal and external shading devices
32nd Lecture
Heat transfer through building structure

Thermal resistance of various building materials

Periodic heat transfer through walls and roof


o Governing equations
o Methods of solution
o Decrement factor and Time lag method
o Equivalent Temperature difference Method
33rd Lecture
Winter heating load calculations

Heat losses through the structure

Heat losses due to infiltration

Effects of solar radiation and internal heat sources on heating loads

Degree day and BIN methods for estimating energy requirements for heating
34th Lecture

Summer cooling load calculations

Heat gain through walls and roof

Heat gain through glazings


o Cooling Load Factors (CLF)

Heat gain through doors, floor, partition etc.

Internal heat gains

Infiltration and ventilation heat gains

System heat gains (ducts, fans, blowers etc)


35th Lecture
Fixing of supply air conditions for summer air conditioning
o Supply air temperatures and air quantity, RSHF
o Outdoor air quantity
o Bypass factor and coil condition line
o Cooling load on the room and cooling load on the coil, GSHF
o High latent heat load applications
o Use of reheat coils
MODULE 15: Air conditioning systems
36th Lecture
a) All air systems
b) All water systems
c) Air water systems
d) Unitary systems

Window Air conditioners


MODULE 16: Fan and Duct systems
37th Lecture

Frictional pressure drops in straight ducts of circular and rectangular cross-section,


equivalent diameter for rectangular duct.

Pressure losses in fittings, due to sudden enlargements, contractions etc.

Sizing of ducts
o Velocity Reduction method
o Equal friction method
o Static Regain method
38th Lecture

Selection of fans
o Fan laws and fan characteristic curves

Air distribution in rooms

Selection and location of supply and return grills, diffusers etc.


MODULE 17: Transport air conditioning systems
39th Lecture

Air conditioning systems for automobiles (cars, buses etc.)

Air conditioning systems for trains

Air conditioning systems for ships


MODULE 18: Control systems for Refrigeration and Air conditioning applications
40th Lecture

Closed loop and open loop control systems

Choice of control systems

Types of control action

Energy sources, controllers and controlled devices

Control based on space temperature

Control based on outside temperature

Control based on heating and cooling medium

Control of humidity

Complete control systems

Course 29. Fluid Machinery (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. Anoop. K. Dass


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology , Guwahati
North Guwahati, Guwahati 781039
Email :

anoop@iitg.ernet.in

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Detailed Syllabus :
PART I: General Considerations
Introduction
Module-1: Nomenclature Concepts Theoretical aspects
L1: Classification of Fluid Machinery, stage, stator, rotor
L2: Cylindrical co-ordinate system, Moment of momentum, notations
L3: Euler Equation for turbomachinery
L4: Concept of relative velocity, Velocity-vector equation, Velocity triangle
L5: Performance indices like power, efficiency
Module-2: Dimensional Analysis & Similitude
L6: Dimensional Analysis
L7: Similitude
PART II: Hydraulic Turbines
Introduction
Module-3: Impulse Turbines
L8 & L9: Pelton wheel, its geometry and working; performance parameters; conditions for
optimum operation
L10: Brief description of a hydel plant; need for governing; governing technique
Module-4: Reaction Turbines
L11: Radial-flow reaction (Francis) turbine; geometry and working; flow at entry; velocity
diagram.
L12: Francis turbine contd.; net head across a reaction turbine; draft tube; justification of
inward flow arrangement; flow rate; performance parameters;
L13: Axial-flow reaction (propeller and Kaplan turbine); geometry and working; velocity
diagram; performance parameters.
L14: Draft tube and cavitation; net positive suction head (NPSH); Installation of reaction
turbines.
(Note: An additional lecture may be necessary)
Module-5: Dimensional Analysis & Similitude
L15: Dimensional Analysis; head, flow and power coefficient; nondimensional specific speed.
L16: Similitude; geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity.

PART III: Rotodynamic Pumps


Introduction
Module-6: Centrifugal pumps
L17: Types; geometry and working; elementary pump theory; Euler equation; Bernoulli
equation in rotating coordinates
L18: Velocity diagrams at entry and exit of the impeller; output and performance parameters
manometric head, manometric efficiency, overall efficiency; effect of blade angle on pump
head.
L19: Pump performance curves and similarity rules; NPSH and cavitation; specific speed for
pumps; pumps andf fluid networks.
Module-7: Axial-flow and Mixed-flow Pumps
L 20 & L21: Specific speed and variation of shape; axial-flow pump theory; performance
of axial- and mixed-flow pumps.
Module-8: general Aspects
L22 & L23: Matching of pumps to system characteristics; pumps combined in parallel; multistage pumps.
PART IV: Positive Displacement Pumps
Introduction
Module-9: Reciprocating pumps
L24: Geometry and working; installation; pressure diagram; pump head and efficiency.
L25: Discharge and its variation with crank angle; pump with air cylinders indicator
diagram; theoretical and actual characteristic.
Module-10: Rotary Pumps
L26 & L27: Gear pump and performance curves; rotary vane pump and characteristics; screw
pump.
PART V: Compressors
Introduction
Module-11: Centrifugal Compressors
L28: Geometry, definitions, working; velocity diagrams across the impeller.
L29: Theoretical analysis; enthalpy-entropy diagram of a stage; energy equation for the inlet
casing, impeller and diffuser; conservation of rothalpy.
L30: Inlet velocity limitations; optimum design of inlet; slip factor and correlations.
L31: Head increase; performance efficiency; effect of vane angle; diffuser system;
Module-12: 2D Compressor Cascade
L32 & L33: Two-dimensional cascades; cascade nomenclature; Cascade forces lift and drag;
cascade efficiency; losses; cascade correlations.
Module-13: Axial-flow Compressors
L34: Geometry and working; stage stator and rotor blading; velocity diagram across the
rotor;
L35: Thermodynamics of the compressor stage; enthalpy-entropy diagram for a stage; energy
equation across the rotor and the diffuser; degree of reaction; stage loading; off-design
performance.
L36: Stage pressure rise; pressure ratio of a multistage compressor; work done factor;
efficiency;

L37: Stall and surge phenomenon; control of flow instabilities; axial-flow ducted fans.
Module-14: Reciprocating Compressors
L38: Geometry and working; cycle analysis; actual indicator diagram, isothermal and
volumetric efficiency.
L39: Effect of multistage compression on volumetric efficiency; effect of intercooling; work of
a multistage compressor.
PART VI: Miscelleneous
Introduction
Module-15: Hydraulic Transmissions
L40: Fluid coupling
L41: Torque converter
Module-16: Wind Turbine
L42 & L43: Horizontal axis turbine and associated fluid mechanics; geometry and working;
general aspects.
Module-17: Power from sea wave
L44: The Wells turbine
Module-18: Pure Reaction Turbine
L45: Lawn sprinkler etc.
(One or two additional lectures may be added later; minor shifting of topics from one lecture
to another may be a necessity at the time of actual development of the course material)
Books:
1.
2.
3.

S.L.Dixon, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery, 4e, Butterworth


and Heinemann, 1998 (Main text book).
J.F.Douglas, J.M.Gasiorek and J.A.Swaffield, Fluid Mechanics, 3e (Ch 22, 23, 24 & 25),
Addison-Wesley, 1995 (International Student Edition 1999)
B.S.Massey, Mechanics of Fluids, 5e (Ch. 14 &9), Van Nostrand Reinhold (U.K.), 1983.
H.I.H.Saravanamutto, G.F.C.Rogers and H.Cohen, Gas Turbine Theory, 5e (Ch. 4 & 5)
Pearson Education (Singapore), 2001.

Course 27. Machine Design 2 (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. R. Gopinath
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai- 600036
Email : gopinath@iitm.ac.in,
gopinath@acer.iitm.ernet.in
Telephone : (91-44)

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Prof. M. M. Mayuram
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai- 600036
Email :

mmme@iitm.ac.in

Telephone : (91-44)

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Detailed Syllabus :
Fatigue consideration in design

12

Variable load - basic concept; load or stress variations- different patterns

Cyclic

stressing/straining - materials response and the origin of fatigue failure. Stress life relations;
S-N curve-fatigue strength and endurance limit

Factors influencing fatigue and endurance

strength modification factors Effect of stress concentration and fatigue stress concentration
definition Effect of mean stress - Goodman and Soderberg's relations

Design approach to

fatigue - design for infinite life and finite life Design of members under combined (steady and
variable) loading conditions

Design of gear tooth

14

Law of gearing - conjugate action and gear tooth profile-basics Analysis of forces on spur,
helical, bevel and worm gears - determination of bearing reaction forces Bending and contact
stress in gear tooth-dynamic loading and wear-Lewis and Buckingham equations for design.
Design of fixed ratio gear box-general design procedure

Design of sliding and journal bearings

Types of lubrication-hydro dynamic, hydro static and EHD lubrication. Petroffs equation and
the bearing haracteristic number-boundary and film lubrication Pressure distributioneccentricity and minimum film thickness Heat generation and thermal equilibrium

Design/analysis of Brakes clutches and fly wheels


8
Plate clutches design for uniform pressure and wear Shoe breakes short and long shoe
analysis automotive shoe breake design/analysis Ply wheel design basic concepts.

DETAILED LECTURE WISE COVERAGE

Module I - Fatigue consideration in design

12 Hours

Lecture 1 -Variable load- basic concept; Terminology associated with variable loading;
Patterns of load or stress variations
Lecture 2 -Cyclic stressing/straining-and materials response to cyclic loading
Lecture 3 -The mechanism of fatigue failure; origin and propagation of crack
Lecture 4- Stress life relations; S-N curve-fatigue strength and endurance limit
Lecture 5 -Factors influencing fatigue
Lecture 6 -Endurance strength modification factors
Lecture 7 -Effect of stress concentration and fatigue stress concentration definition and its
estimation from geometric stress concentration factor
Lecture 8 -Effect of mean stress- Goodman and Soderberg's relations
Lecture 9 -Design approach to fatigue- design for infinite life and finite life
Lecture 10 -Approach/Methods for design of members under combined (steady and variable)
loading conditions
Lecture 11- Worked out examples on fatigue design problems
Lecture 12-

--do-

Module 2 -Design of gear tooth

14- Hours

Lecture 1 -Gears-types and application and gear terminology


Lecture 2 -Law of gearing-conjugate action and interference in gears
Lecture 3 -Gear tooth profiles, involute profile -basics, Influence of number of teeth and
pressure angle Lecture 4- Analysis of forces on spur, and helical gears
Lecture 5 -Bending and contact stress in gear toothLecture 6 -Lewise equation for design
Lecture 7 -Dynamic loading and wear-Buckingham equations for design.

Lecture 8 -Gear quality and selection aspects


Lecture 9-Force analysis on bevel and worm gears
Lecture 10- Design approach for bevel gears- equivalent tooth
Lecture 1 I -Design of fixed ratio gear box- general design procedure
Lecture 12 -Worked out example on design of a single stage reduction gear unit
Lecture 13- and 14- Determination of bearing reaction due to gear forces- Worked out
examples

Module 3 -Design of sliding and journal bearings

6 Hours

Lecture I -Types of lubrication- hydro dynamic, hydro static and EHD lubrication.
Lecture 2 -Petroff's equation and the bearing characteristic number
Lecture 3- Lubrication regimes- boundary and film lubrication
Lecture 4 -Hydro dynamic bearings- Pressure distribution-eccentricity and minimum
film thickness
Lecture 5 -Reynolds equation and use of bearing design charts
Lecture 6 -Heat generation and thermal equilibrium

Module 4 -Design/analysis of Brakes clutches and fly wheels


Lecture 1- Brakes and clutches -need and functioning -dynamic model
Lecture 2 -Plate clutches- design for uniform pressure and wear
Lecture 3- Shoe brakes- short and long shoe analysis
Lecture 4- Automotive shoe brake-design/analysis
Lecture 5 -Fly wheel basic concepts -design requirements
Lecture 6 -Moment diagram and energy estimations
Lecture 7- Worked out examples on brakes and clutches
Lecture 8 -Worked out examples on fly wheels

8 Hours

Course 25. Project and Production Management (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof . Arun Kanda


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi -110 016
Email akanda@mech.iitd.ernet.in
Telephone : (91-11)

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Detailed Syllabus :
PROJECT MANAGEMENT (16 lectures)
AN
1.

OVERVIEW

(1 lecture)

Project Management: An Overview

PROJECT SELECTION (4 lectures)


2.
3.
4.
5.

Project
Project
Project
Project

Identification and Screening


Appraisal: Part I
Appraisal: Part II
Selection

PROJECT PLANNING (8 lectures)


6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Development of Project Network (2 lectures)


Project Representation
Consistency and Redundancy in Project Networks
Project Scheduling (3 lectures)
Basic Scheduling with A-O-A Networks
Basic Scheduling with A-O-N Networks
Project Scheduling with Probabilistic Activity Times
Time / Cost Tradeoffs in Projects (1 lecture)
Linear Time-Cost Tradeoffs in Projects: A Heuristic Approach
Resource Considerations in Projects( 2 lectures)
Resource Profiles and leveling
Limited Resource Allocation

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION (2 lectures)


18.
19.

Project Monitoring and Control with PERT / Cost


Team Building and Leadership in Projects

PROJECT COMPLETION (1 lecture)


20.

Project Completion, Review and Future Directions

PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT (24 lectures)


INTRODUCTORY (2 lectures)
1.
2.

Introduction to Production Systems and a Generalized Model of Production


Life cycle of a Production System and Major managerial Decisions

FINANCIAL EVALUATION OF PRODUCTION RELATED DECISIONS (4 lectures)


3.
4.
5.

Performance Measures of a Production System


Financial Evaluation of Capital Decisions (2 lectures)
Decision Trees and evaluation of risk

DESIGNING PRODUCTS & SERVICES (3 lectures)


6.
7.

Introducing New Products and Services (2 lectures)


Product Mix Decisions

FACILITY LOCATION AND LAYOUT (6 lectures)


8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Plant Location (2 Lectures)


Process Layouts
Product Layouts and Assembly Line Balancing
Cellular Layouts
Layouts for Advanced Manufacturing Systems

PRODUCTION PLANNING OVER MEDIUM TERM HORIZON


(5 lectures)
13.
14.

Demand Forecasting (3 lectures)


Aggregate Production Planning (2 lectures)

OPERATIONAL DECISIONS OVER THE SHORT TERM (4 lectures)


15.
16.
17.

Inventory related Decisions (2 lectures)


Material Requirements Planning`
Scheduling of Job Shops

Total Number of Video Lectures = 40


The Web Based support Material will be based on the above modular design including

Examples
Clarification of Concepts
Problems with and without solutions
Quizzes with answers etc.

Course 19. Dynamic of Machines (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof . Amitabha Ghosh


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Kanpur - 208 016,
Email : amitabha@iitk.ac.in
Telephone :

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Detailed Syllabus :
Module 1 (3 hrs)
Dynamics of Rigid Bodies in Plane Motion; Dynamic Force Analysis of Machines.
Module 2 (2 hrs)
Spheric Motion of Symmetrical Bodies and Gyroscopic Effects in Machines.
Module 3 (4 hrs)
Dynamics of Rotating Bodies; Unbalance Effects and Balancing of Inertia Forces; Field
Balancing and Balancing Machines.
Module 4 (2 hrs)
Dynamics of Reciprocating Machines with Single Slider; Unbalance in Single Cylinder Engine
Mechanisms.
Module 5 (3 hrs)
Unbalance in Multicylinder Engines -In-line, V-twin and Radial Engines; Balancing Techniques.
Module 6 (2 hrs)
Turning Moment Diagram for Engines and Speed Fluctuation; Power Smoothening
by Flywheels.
Module 7 (3 hrs)
Speed Control By Governors; Dynamics of Governor Mechanisms.
Module 8 (3 hrs)
Vibration of Mechanical Systems; Types of Vibration; Lumped Parameter Models; Linearization
of System Elements; Degrees of Freedom; Types of Restoration and Dissipation Mechanisms;
Types of Excitation.

Module 9 (3 hrs)
Free Undamped Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems; Determination of Natural
Frequency)"; Equivalent Inertia and Stiffness; Energy Method; Phase Plane Representation.
Module 10 (3 hrs)
Free Vibration with "iscous Damping; Critical Damping and Apcriodic Motion; Logarithmic
Decrement; Systems with Coulomb Damping.

Module 11 (5 hrs)
Forced Vibration with Harmonic Excitation; Undamped Systems and resonance; Viscously
Damped Systems; Frequency Response Characteristics and Phase Lag; Systems with Base
Excitation; Transmissibility and Vibration Isolation; Whirling of Shafts and Critical Speed.
Module 12 (5 hrs)
Vibration of Two and Multidegree of Freedom Systems; Concept of Normal Mode; Free
Vibration Problems and Determination of Natural Frequencies; Forced, Vibration Analysis;
Vibration Absorbers; Approximate Methods -Dunkerley's Method and Holzer Method.
Module 13 (5 hrs)
Free Vibration of Elastic Bodies; Longitudinal Vibration of Bars; Transverse Vibration of Beams;
Torsional Vibration of Shaft; Approximate Methods - Rayleigh's Method and Rayleigh-Ritz
Method.
Module 14 (2 hrs)
Instruments for Dynamic Measurements

Course 17. Manufacturing Processes 1 (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. H. S. Shan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee-247 667
Email :

shanhfme@iitr.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-1332)

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Prof. S. R. Gupta
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee-247 667
Email :

srmedfme@iitr.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-1332)

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Prof. Pradeep Kumar


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee-247 667
Email :

kumarfme@iitr.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-1332)

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270211, 285130

Detailed Syllabus :
Metal Forming
Elastic and plastic deformation. Concept of strain hardening. Hot and cold working processes
-rolling, forging, extrusion, swaging, wire and tube drawing. Machines and equipment for the
processes. Parameters and force calculations. Test methods for formability.

Sheet Metal Working


Applications of sheet formed products. Shearing mechanism. Processes like blanking, piercing,
punching, trimming, etc. Forming processes like bending, cup drawing, coining, embossing,
etc.
Presses
for
sheet
metal working; Part feeding systems; Elements of die; punch and die clearances; Progressive,
compound
and combination dies. High energy rate forming processes.
Powder Metallurgy
Introduction. Production of metal powders. Compaction and sintering processes. Secondary
and finishing operations. Economics, advantages, and applications of powder metallurgy.
Metal Casting
Introduction: Brief History, Advantages and Limitations, Applications
Patterns: Pattern materials, allowances, types of pattern, color code scheme
Sand Casting: Green and dry sand casting process, types of sand, molding sand and its
properties, molding sand composition.
Cores: Use, core material, types of cores, advantages and limitations, core prints, chaplets
Gating and Risering System: Element of gating systems, types of gates, Riser design
considerations
Special Molding Processes: Carbon dioxide molding process, Investment casting process, Die
casting process, shell molding process, Full molding process, Vacuum-Sealed casting process
Casting defects: Causes and remedies of defects such as blowholes, pinholes, blisters, hot
tears, cold shut, metal penetration,
Melting Practices: cupola: charge calculations, construction; other furnaces: working of
induction furnace, crucible furnace, and reverberate furnace
Welding
Introduction: Principle of welding, general applications such as construction of
bridges, towers, automobiles & electronic circuits, etc.
Classification of welding processes -Classification based on application of filler material &
without filler material, source of energy, fusion and pressure welding processes. Various
joining processes such as welding, brazing and soldering.
Soldering and brazing: Difference between both the processes, consumables used, methods of
brazing, fluxes used, their purpose and flux residue treatment. Arc welding power sources;

Conventional welding transformers, rectifiers & current and voltage. The influence of these
power sources on welding.
Manual metal arc(MMA) or shielded metal arc (SMA) welding: Equipment requirement,
electrodes for welding of structural steels, coating constituents and their functions, types of
coatings; ISI electrode classification for plain carbon steel (IS 815:1974 & IS 814:1991),
current and voltage selection for electrodes.
Submerged arc welding (SAW): Process details, consumables such as fluxes and wires for
welding mild steel, variations in submerged arc welding process like single wire, tandem wire,
parallel wires, field of applications.
Gas metal arc welding (GMAW) or MIG/MAG welding: Process details, shielding gases,
electrode wires, their sizes, and welding current ranges.
TIG welding: Process details, power sources requirements, electrode sizes and materials,
current carrying capacities of different electrodes, shielding gases, application of process.
Resistance welding: General principle of heat generation in resistance welding, application of
resistance welding processes. Process details and working principle of spot, seam, and.
projection welding, electrode materials, shapes of electrodes, electrode cooling, selection of
welding currents, voltages, II manufacture of resistance seam welded (RSW) tubes by seam
welding.
Lecture Details:
1.
2.

Elastic and plastic deformation. Concept of strain hardening. Hot and cold working
Processes: Forging, rolling, extrusion. Equipment for these processes. Parameters and
force calculations.
3. Processes: Swaging, wire and tube drawing. Equipment for these rocesses.Parameters and
force calculations.
4. Tests for formability of sheet metal. Applications of sheet formed products.
5. Sheet metal shearing mechanism.Processes blanking,punching,piercing,trimming.
6. Processes -bending, cup drawing, coining, embossing.
7. Elements of presses for sheet metal working. Sheet metal part feeding systems.
8. Elements of a die: punch and die clearances, Progressive, compound, and combination
dies.
9. Introduction to high-energy rate forming processes.
10. Introduction to powder metallurgy, and P/M processes methods of powder production.
Blending of metal powders.
11. Compaction and sintering of metal powders
12. Secondary and finishing operations of P/M parts. Design considerations for P/M parts.
Economics, advantages and limitations of P/M parts.
13. Introduction: Brief History, Advantages and Limitations, Applications
14. Patterns: Pattern materials, advantages and limitations.
15. Pattern allowances, types of pattern, color code scheme.
16. Sand Casting: Green and dry sand casting process
17. Types of sand and their properties, advantages and limitations.

18. Molding sand and its properties, molding sand composition.


19. Cores: Use, core material, types of cores, advantages and limitations, core prints, chaplets.
20. Gating System: Element of gating systems, types of gates.
21. Riser System: use, placement, riser design considerations.
22. Special Molding Processes: Carbon dioxide molding process, Investment casting process,
advantages and limitations.
23. Die casting process, shell molding process, advantages and limitations.
24. Full molding process, Vacuum-Sealed casting process, advantages and limitations.
25. Casting defects: Causes and remedies of defects such as blowholes, pinholes, blisters, hot
tears, cold shut, metal penetration.
26. Melting Practices: cupola: charge calculations, construction.
27. Other furnaces: working of induction furnace, crucible furnace, and reverberate furnace.
28 & 29 Introduction : Principle of welding, general applications such as construction of bridges,
towers,
automobiles & electronic circuits, etc.
30 & 31 Classification of welding processes -Classification based on application of filler material
& without filler material, source of energy, fusion and pressure welding processes. Various
joining processes such as welding, brazing and soldering.
32 & 33 Soldering and brazing: Difference between both the processes, consumables used,
methods of brazing, fluxes used, their purpose and flux residue treatment.
34 & 35 Arc welding power sources; Conventional welding transformers, rectifiers & current and
voltage. The influence of these power sources on welding.
36 & 37 Manual metal arc(MMA) or shielded metal arc (SMA) welding: Equipment requirement,
electrodes for welding of structural steels, coating constituents and their functions, types of
coatings; ISI electrode classification for plain carbon steel (IS 815:1974 & IS 814:1991),
current and voltage selection for electrodes.
38 & 39 Submerged arc welding (SAW): Process details, consumables such as fluxes and wires
for welding mild steel, variations in submerged arc welding process like single wire, tandem
wire, parallel wires, field of applications.
40 & 41 Gas metal arc welding(GMA W) or MIG/MAG welding: Process details, shielding gases,
electrode wires, their sizes, and welding current ranges.
42 & 43 TIG welding: Process details, power sources requirements, electrode sizes and
materials, current carrying capacities of different electrodes, shielding gases, application of
process.
44 & 45 Resistance welding: General principle of heat generation in resistance welding,
application of resistance welding processes. Process details and working principle of spot, seam,
and projection welding, electrode materials, shapes of electrodes, electrode cooling, selection of
welding currents, voltages, manufacture of resistance seam welded (RSW) tubes by seam
welding.

Course 15. Kinematics of Machines (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof A. K. Mallik
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Kanpur - 208 016,
Email :

akmallik@iitk.ac.in

Telephone :(91-512)

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2597408

Detailed Syllabus :
Note on the model curriculum prepared by AICTE
Five of the seven topics listed under the heading Kinematics of Machine belongs to dynamics.
These are:
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.

Breaks and dynamometers


Inertia force analysis
Governors
Gyroscope
Balancing

On the other hand, the model curriculum of Dynamics of Machines includes the following topic:
a.

Kinematics of Gears and Gear trains

It is decided that the topics on dynamics listed above (i to v) will be covered in the course on
Dynamics of Machines whereas the topic (a) above will be covered in Kinematics of Machines
course.
Detailed Course Content with modules for video lectures
Module 1 (3 hr)
Kinematics and Dynamics, Mechanisms and Machines, Plane and Space Mechanisms,
Kinematic Pairs, Kinematic Chains, Kinematic Diagrams, Kinematic Inversion
Four Link Planar Mechanisms and their Inversions
Module 2 (3 hr)
Mobility and range of movement - Kutzbach and Grublers criterion, Number Synthesis,
Grashofs criterion
Module 3 (2 hr)
Displacement analysis of plane mechanisms graphical and analytical methods

Module 4 (3 hr)
Plane motion of a rigid body, Instantaneous Centre (IC) of Velocity, Velocity analysis using IC
Module 5 (3 hr)
Velocity and Acceleration Diagrams, Velocity and Acceleration Images, Coriolis component of
acceleration.
Module 6 (2 hr)
Dimensional synthesis of mechanism; motion, path and function generation, precision point
approach, Chebyshev spacing
Module 7 (3 hr)
Three position synthesis, graphical approach for four link mechanisms.
Module 81 (2 hr)
Advanced synthesis solutions, branch and order defects
Module 9 (3 hr)
Analytical methods, straight line mechanisms
Module 10 (2 hr)
Special Mechanisms - Indicator Diagram Mechanisms, Steering Mechanism, Hookes Joint
Module 11 (3 hr)
Cams classification of cams and followers, nomenclature, description and analysis of follower
motion, pressure angle.
Module 12

(4 hr)

Determine of basic dimensions and synthesis of cam profiles, graphical and analytical
methods, cams with specified contours.
Module 13

(3 hr)

Gears terminology, fundamental law of gearing, involute profile.


Module 14 (3 hr)
Interference and undercutting, minimum number of teeth, contact ratio, bevel helical, spiral
and worm gears
Module 15

(3 hr)

Gear Trains simple, compound and epicyclic gear trains; sliding gear boxes and synchronous
gear boxes.

For project mode problem solving

Course 13. Advanced Strength of Materials (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. S. K. Maiti
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email :

skmaiti@me.iitb.ac.in

Telephone : (91-22)

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Detailed Syllabus :
Module 1 (1 hrs)
Introduction
Module 2 (10 hrs)
Stress and Strains in 3-D Cauchy formula, Principal Stress, hydrostatic stress, deviatoric
stress, stress transformations, Mohr circle, octahedral shear stress, strain energy densities,
etc.
Module 3 (4 hrs)
Theories of failure
Module 4 ( 3 hrs)
Beam on elastic foundations
Module 5 (2 hrs)
Bending of curved beams Crane Hooks & Chains
Module 6 (6hrs)
Torsion of Non-circular members, hollow members, thin walled sections; Membrane Analogy
Module 8 (5 hrs)
Columns -- Straight & initially curved columns, Rankine formula
Module 9 (3 hrs)
Energy Methods Energy Theorems, Use of energy theories for calculating deflections, twists,
solution to torsion (non-circular) problems
Module 10 (2 hrs)
Unsymmetrical bending, shear centre
Module 11 (4 hrs)
Introduction to Photoelasticity
TOTAL HOURS = 40

REQUIRE ONE R.A. FULL TIME

Course 12. Industrial Engineering (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. Pradeep Kumar


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee-247 667
Email :

kumarfme@iitr.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-1332)

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Prof. H. S. Shan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee-247 667
Email :

shanhfme@iitr.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-1332)

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Prof. P. K. Jain
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee-247 667
Email :

pjainfme@iitr.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-1332)

Off

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Res :

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Detailed Syllabus :
Work Study
Historical background; Work study definition; Role of work study in improving
productivity; Ergonomics and work study.
Work study procedure: selection of jobs; Information collection and recording;
Recording techniques -charts and diagrams; critical analysis; developing better
method; installation and follow up of standard method.

Motion Study
Memomotion and micromotion study; therbligs; cyclegraph and
chronocyclegraph; simochart; Principles of motion economy; Design of work
place layout.
Work measurement
Definition; Procedure; Performance rating; Concept of normal time; allowances.
Work sampling technique of work measurement.
Introduction to pre -determined motion time system.

Quality & Reliability


Introduction and definitions of quality Evolution of Quality: Inspection, Quality
Control, Customer-Orientation: Internal & External Customer Concept, Life cycle
approach to quality costs- Prevention; Appraisal and Failure costs. Seven QC
tools (Histogram, Check sheets, Ishikawa diagrams, Pareto, Scatter diagrams,
Control charts). Process capability concepts.
Facilities Design
Site Selection: Factors influencing the selection, rural and urban locations of "")
sites, optimum decision on choice of site and analysis. Plant Layout: Types of
production, types of layouts, advantages and disadvantages of layout, factor
affecting layout, systematic layout planning, Material handling: importance,
principles of material handling,
Operations Research
Introduction, general methodology of OR, application of OR, Formulation of
linear programming, deterministic models, graphical solution, simplex algorithm,
Reliability
Introduction, Definitions, reliability evaluation, maintainability, and availability
concepts.
Capacity Planning
Introduction, measures of capacity, capacity strategies, A systematic approach
for capacity decisions, Long range capacity planning and control, Medium range
capacity planning and control, Short range capacity planning and control.
Inventory Management
Introduction, Inventory related costs, EOO model, EPO model, Inventory models
allowing shortages, Inventory models allowing price discounts, Inventory model
under risk conditions, Inventory control systems: continuous review, periodic
review, optional replenishment etc., Inventory classification systems: ABC, FMS,
VED etc, MRP.
CPM/PERT
Introduction, Project scheduling with CPM, Project scheduling with PERT.

Loading and Scheduling


General scheduling problem, Significance of loading and scheduling, Factors
affecting scheduling, Scheduling system, Flow shop scheduling, Job shop
scheduling, Sequencing, Line balancing.
Forecasting
Introduction, Demand patterns, Factors affecting demand, Subjective forecasting
methods, Casual forecasting methods, Time series forecasting methods, Routine
short term forecasting methods, Selection of forecasting model.
PPC
Introduction, System approach, Type of manufacturing systems, Factors
affecting manufacturing systems.
Product design and development
Introduction, marketing aspects, functional aspects, operational aspects,
durability and dependability, aesthetic aspects, economic analysis, profit and
competitiveness, the three S's, break even analysis, economics of a new design,
production aspects.
Lecture Details:
1. Work Study: Historical background. Definition. Role in improving productivity.
Ergonomics
and work-study.
2. Work study Procedure: Selection of job for method study and defining
problem.
Information collection.
3. Information recording techniques: charts and diagrams. 4. Critical analysis of
information recorded.
5. Developing better method and installation as standard method. Follow up. ,
6. Memomotion and micromotion study; therbligs, simochart.
7. Cyclegraph and chronocyclegraph; Principles of motion economy. Design of
workplace layout.
8. Work measurement definition, applications and procedure.
9. Performance rating and concept of normal time; allowances; determination of
standard time.
10. Work sampling technique of work measurement.
11. lntroduction of PMT systems.

12. Introduction and definitions of quality,


13. Evolution of Quality, Inspection, Quality Control, its benefits
14. Customer-Orientation: Internal & External Customer Concept, Life cycle
approach to
quality costs- Prevention; Appraisal and Failure costs.
15. Seven QC tools (Histogram, Check sheets, Ishikawa diagrams, Pareto,
Scatter diagrams,
Control charts).
16. Control charts; x bar chart, c chart 17. P c.hart, u chart
18. Process capability concepts.
19. Site Selection: Factors influencing the selection,
20. Rural and urban Iqcations of sites, optimum decision on choice of site and
analysis.
21. Plant Layout: Types of production, types of layouts, advantages and
disadvantages of layout,
22. Factor affecting layout, systematic layout planning,
23. Material handling: importance, & principles of material handling,
24. Introduction, general methodology of OR, application of OR,
25. Formulation of linear programming, graphical solution,
26. Simplex algorithm,
27. Introduction, Definitions, reliability evaluation,
28. Maintainability, and availability concepts.
29. Introduction to capacity, measures of capacity and strategies for capacity.
30. A systematic approach for capacity management
31. Introduction to inventory management and simple inventory models
32. Inventory models with varying market conditions (such as, discounts, risk
factors etc.)
33. Inventory classification and inventory control systems
34. MRP

35. Project scheduling with CPM


36. Project. scheduling with PERT
37. Introduction, strategies and methods for aggregate planning
38. General scheduling problem and factors affecting scheduling
39. Flow shop and job shop scheduling
40. Sequencing and line balancing
41. Introduction to forecasting, demand patterns, factors affecting demand
42. Time series forecasting methods
43. System approach to PPC
44. Types of manufacturing systems, factors affecting manufacturing systems
45. Introduction to product design and development process

Course 10. Mechanical Measurements and Metrology (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. S. P. Venkateshan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai- 600036
Email :

spv@iitm.ac.in

Telephone : (91-44)

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Prof. M. S. Shanmugam
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai- 600036
Email :

shun@iitm.ac.in, shun@acer.iitm.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-44)

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Detailed Syllabus :
Mechanical measurements:
(S.P. V enkateshan)
1. Introduction to measurements, Errors in measurements, Statistical analysis of data,
Regression analysis, correlation, estimation of uncertainty and presentation of data, design of
experiments.
2. Measurement of field quantities like temperature, pressure, velocity by intrusive and nonintrusive techniques under various conditions met with in practice like steady and transient
conditions.
3. Measurement of derived quantities like heat flux, volume/mass flow rate, temperature in
flowing fluids.
4. Measurement of thermo-physical properties, radiation properties of surfaces,
vibration and noise.
s. Computer assisted data acquisition, data manipulation, data presentation.
Metrolo2V:
(M.S.Shanmugam)
1. Measurement of length, measurement of angle 2. Limits and fits

3. Measurement of geometric forms, straightness, flatness, roundness etc. Mechanical and


optical methods.
4. Measurement of screw threads and gears.
5. Measurement of surface roughness and texu1re 6. Introduction to CMM. In-process gages.
7. Inspection and quality monitoring.

Course 8. Applied Thermodynamics (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. T. Sundararajan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai- 600036
Email : tsundar@iitm.ac.in
Telephone : (91-44)

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Prof. J. M. Mallikarjuna
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai- 600036
Email :

jmmallik@iitm.ac.in

Telephone : (91-44)

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Prof. U. S. Premananda Shet

Department of Mechanical Engineering


Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Chennai- 600036
Email : uspshet@iitm.ac.in

Telephone: (91 -44 ) 2257 8517 (office)

Detailed Syllabus :

1. Property relationships for pure substances and Mixtures


Thermodynamic Relations: Some mathematical theorems, Maxwell's equations, Tds
equations, Difference in heat capacities, ratio of heat capacities, energy equation, JouleThomson effect. Clausius- Clapeyron equation, Evaluation of thermodynamic properties from
an equation of state. Helmoltz and Gibbs functions; Maxwell's relations; Enthalpy, entropy,
internal energy, and specific heat relations; Clausius-Clapeyron's equation; Applications to
ideal and real gases. Joule-Thomson coefficient.
Ideal Gas Mixtures: Dalton's law of additive pressures, Amagat's law of additive volumes,
evaluation of , properties. Analysis of various processes.
Pscychrometry : Atmospheric air and Psychometric properties; Dry bulb temperature, wet

bulb temperature, dew point temperature; partial pressures, specific and relative humidity and
the relation between the two. Enthalpy and adiabatic saturation temperature. Construction
and use of psychrometric chart. Analysis of various processes; heating, cooling, dehumidifying
and humidifying. Adiabatic mixing of stream of moist air. Summer and winter air-conditioning.

2. Combustion Thermodynamics
Theoretical (Stoichiometric) air for combustion of fuels. Excess air, mass balance, Exhaust gas
analysis, A/F ratio. Energy balance for a chemical reaction, enthalpy of formation, enthalpy
and internal energy of combustion. Combustion efficiency. Dissociation and equilibrium,
emissions.
3. Gas Power Cycles
Air standard cycles; Carnot, Otto, Diesel, Dual and Stirling cycles, p-v and T -s diagrams,
description, efficiencies and mean effective pressures. Comparison of Otto and Diesel cycles.
Gas turbine (Brayton) cycle; description and analysis. Regenerative gas turbine cycle. Intercooling and reheating in gas turbine cycles. 4. Vapour Power Cycles
Carnot vapour power cycle, drawbacks as a reference cycle. Simple Rankine cycle; description,
T-s diagram, analysis for performance. Comparison of Carnot and Rankine cycles. Effects of
pressure and temperature on Rankine cycle performance. Actual vapour power cycles. Ideal
and practical regenerative Rankine cycles, open and closed feed water heaters. Reheat
Rankine cycle.
5. Refrigeration Cycles
Vapour compression refrigeration system; description, analysis, refrigerating effect. capacity,
power required, units of refrigeration, COP Refrigerants and their desirable properties. Air
cycle refrigeration; reversed Carnot cycle, reversed Brayton cycle Vapour absorption
refrigeration system. Steam jet refrigeration
6. Reciprocating Compressors
Operation of a single stage reciprocating compressors. Work input through p-v diagram and
steady state steady flow analysis. Effect of clearance and volumetric efficiency. Adiabatic,
isothermal and mechanical efficiencies. Multi-stage compressor, saving in work, optimum
intermediate pressure, inter-cooling, minimum work for compression.
7. Compressible Flows and Steam Nozzles
Compressible Flows: Velocity of pressure pulse in a fluid, stagnation properties, one
dimensional steady isentropic flow, critical properties-choking in isentropic flow, normal
shocks, adiabatic flow with friction and without friction, numerical problems.
Steam nozzles: Flow of steam through nozzles, shape of nozzles, effect of friction, critical
pressure ratio, supersaturated flow.

Fluid Mechanics (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. Sanjay Mittal


Department of Aerospace Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology , Kanpur
Kanpur - 208 016,
Email : smittal@iitk.ac.in
Telephone : (91-512)

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Prof. Srivastava

Fax : 2590007

Department of Aerospace Engineering


Indian Institute of Technology , Kanpur
Kanpur - 208 016,
Email :
Telephone : (91-512)

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Detailed Syllabus :
Module 1

(4 hrs)

Introduction: Fluid & Flow Definition and Types, Stress, Properties of Ideal and Real
Fluids, Continuum Concept.
Hydrostatics: General Differential Equation, Manometry, Forces on Plane and Curved
Surfaces, Stability of Floating and Submerged Bodies, Relative Equilibrium.
Module 2

(3 hrs)

Kinematics: Lagrangian & Eulerian Approach, Substantial and Local Derivative,


Steady Flow, Uniform Flow, Stream, Streak & Path Lines, Strain Rate, Rotation Rate,
Vorticity, Stress-Strain Relationship.
(2 hr)
Module 3
Dynamics: Concept of System and Control Volume, Review of Eulerian and
Lagrangian
ViewPpoints, Reynolds Transport Theorem, Continuity Equation, Stream Function.
Module 4

(3 hr)

Dynamics: Irrotational Flows, Ideal Fluids, Velocity Potential, Flow Nets,


Circulation, Elementary Flows, Superposition, Flow Past a Rankine Half Body, Flow
Past a Rotating/Non- Rotating Cylinder. Lift and Drag.

Module 5

(3 hr)

Dynamics: Linear Momentum Balance and Examples, Bernoulli's Equation and its
Derivation using Reynolds Transport Theorem, Application to Nozzles, Venturimeter,
Orifices and Mouth- Pieces, Time taken in Emptying a Vessel, Pitot and Prandtl tube.
Module 6

(4 hr)

Dynamics: Euler's Equations, Navier-Stokes Equations with Application to Simple


Flows.

Module 7

(3 hr)

Dimensional Analysis: Buckingham's Pi Theorem, Non-Dimensional Numbers and


their
Applications, Similitude.
Module 8

(4 hr)

Boundary Layer: Boundary Layer Concept and Equations, Boundary Layer


Thickness, Displacement, Momentum and Energy Thicknesses, Integral Method, Drag
on a Flat Plate.
Module 9

(2 hr)

Boundary Layer: Adverse Pressure Gradient,


Boundary Layer Separation, Bluff and
Streamlined Bodies, Lift and Drag, Vortex Shedding.
Module 10

(2 hr)

Flow in Pipes: Laminar and Turbulent Flow through Pipes, Total and Hydraulic
Gradient Lines, Series and Parallel Connection of Pipes, Transmission of Power
through Pipes.
Module 11

(3 hr)

Turbulent Flows: Introduction to Turbulent Flows, Reynolds Stress, Friction Velocity,


Wall
Variables, Prandtl's Mixing Length Hypothesis.
Module 12

(2 hr)

Turbulent Flows in Pipes: Velocity Profile in Pipes, Universal Pipe


Friction Loss, Colebrook White Formula.
Module 13

(4 hr)

Compressible Flows: Velocity of Sound, Mach Number, Steady Isentropic Flow


through Ducts, Choked Flow, Flow through Convergent-Divergent Nozzle, Fanno
Lines, Rayleigh Lines.

Course 41. Design of Machine Elements 1 (Video Course)


Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1.

Prof. S. K. Roy Chowdhury


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Kharagpur - 721302
Email :

skrc@mech.iitkgp.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-3222)

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Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Kharagpur - 721302
Email :

bmaiti@mech.iitkgp.ernet.in

Telephone : (91-3222)

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Prof. G. Chakraborty
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Kharagpur - 721302
Email :goutam

@ mech.iitkgp.ernet.in

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Detailed Syllabus :
Module-1
Lecture-1
Design philosophy
Design-A decision-making process
Machine design
Design of machine elements
Design principle

Lecture-2
Design Procedure
Types and considerations.
Stochastic design principles
Lecture-3
Engineering Materials
Classification and properties
Lecture-4
Engineering Materials
ISO codes.
Module-2
Lecture-5
Stresses in Machine Elements
Types of simple stresses
State of stress at point-implications
Lecture-6
Stresses in Machine Elements
Principal stresses
Compound stresses in machine parts
Module-3
Lecture-7
Design for strength
Static loading
Theories of failures
Allowable stress
Factor of safety
Lecture-8
Strain
Strain components
Stress-strain relationship
Lecture-9
Stress concentration factor
Stress intensity factor
Lecture-10
Design for variable loading
Fluctuating stresses
Fatigue failure
Strain and stress life
Endurance limit
Fatigue strength
Lecture-11
Fatigue strength and design
Modified Goodman diagram
Gerber Line
Soderberg line
Lecture-12

Design for combined fatigue loading


Module-4
Lecture-13
Fasteners
Types and uses
Design of pin joints
Lecture-14
Fasteners
Design of cotter and knuckle joints
Lecture-15
Fasteners
Keys
Types and uses
Design of machine keys
Lecture-16
Fasteners
Couplings
Types and uses
General design principle
Lecture-17
Fasteners
Flange couplings
Rigid and flexible
Design procedures
Module-5
Lecture-18
Threaded fasteners
Thread forms
Types of threaded fasteners
Lecture-19
Threaded fasteners
Design of bolted joints
Steady loading
Dynamic loading
Lecture-20
Power screws
Working principles
Stresses
Lecture-21
Power screws
Design procedure
Module-6

Lecture-22
Riveted joints
Rivets
Types and uses
Riveted joints
Types and efficiency
Lecture-23
Riveted joints
Design procedure
Lecture-24
Welded joints
Types of weldments and symbols
Strength of welded joints
Lecture-25
Welded joints
Design principle
Lecture-26
Eccentric loading of riveted, welded and bolted joints
General design principles
Module-7
Lecture-27
Mechanical Springs
Helical springs
Stresses and deflection
Lecture-28
Helical Springs
Design principles
Lecture-29
Leaf springs
Stresses
Design principles
Lecture-30
Levers
General design principles
Lecture-31
Levers
Types and design procedures
Lecture-32
Brackets
Types
Design principles

Module-8

Lecture-33
Shafts
Static loading: stresses
Design principle
Lecture-34
Shafts
Fatigue loading
Lecture-35
Shafts
Design principle for fatigue loading
Module-9
Lecture-36
Thin cylinders
Stresses
Design principles
Lecture-37
Thick cylinders
Stresses due to internal and external pressures
Lecture-38
Thick cylinders
Design methodology for enhanced pressure