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B. Tech
Theory of Machines 2 (030050601)

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6 Semester
EFFECTIVE FROM January-2013

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A. Prerequisite:

Basics of Theory of Machines I

B. Aim and Objective:

To provide a comprehensive knowledge of overall governors,


dynamometers, gyroscope, flywheel etc.

C. Subject Code: 030050601


D. Total:

78 Hrs.

Subject: Theory of Machines 2


[Lecture: 4

Tutorial: 0

Practical:2]

E. Detailed Syllabus:

Sr. No.

Topic Name

Weightage (%)

Brakes and Dynamometers


Introduction, Brakes classification, Mechanical Brakes-Shoe
brake, Band brake, Band and block brake, Internal
expanding shoe brake, Braking of vehicle, Dynamometer,
Absorption and transmission type.
Governors
Introduction, Function and types of governors, Centrifugal
governors, Watt governor, Porter governor, Proell governor,
Hartnell governor, characteristics of governor- stability,
Sensitivity, isochronism, Hunting controlling forces and
stability, Effort and power of governor, Inertia governor.
Gyroscope
Concept of gyroscope, Angular acceleration, Gyroscopic
effects in ships, Airplanes, Stability of two wheeled vehicle,
Stability of automobile negotiating a curve, Gyroscopic
analysis of inclined rotating discs.

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4.

Flywheel

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4.1

Function, construction, Flywheels rim and dimensions,


Operation of flywheel in a punching machine, Turning
moment diagram, Fluctuation of energy and fluctuation of
speed of crank shaft, Coefficient of fluctuation of energy
and speed.
Inertia forces in reciprocating parts:

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1.
1.1

2.
2.1

3.
3.1

5.
5.1

Introduction, D Albertss Principle, Effect of number of


forces on a rigid, Velocity and acceleration of the piston,
Forces on the reciprocating parts of an engine considering
friction and inertia of moving parts- piston effort, force
acting along connecting rod, Thrust on sides of

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cylinder walls, Crank effort, Thrust on crank shaft,
Dynamically equivalent systems, Compound pendulum,
Bifilar suspension, Trifilar suspension, Kleins construction.
6.

Synthesis of linkages:

6.1

Kinematic synthesis, Function generation, Path generation,


Motion generation, Graphical synthesis, Precision positions,
Structural error and chebychev spacing.

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F. Modes of Transaction (i.e. Delivery)


1. Lectures /discussion method shall be fruitful. It should be supplemented with various
appropriate audio-visual aids.
2. Activity assignment or presentation shall be given to students.
G. Teachers Activities/Practicum
The following activities should be carried out by the teachers:
1. Demonstrating the Internal hardware parts of Computer
2. Comparison of various Processer models
3. Demonstrate the working of computer by various models/videos
4. Give the example of Intel 8086 basic CPU organization
H. Student Activities/Practicum
The following activities may be carried out by the students:
1. Study of trends in computer
2. Study the evolution in processor development
I. Text Books
1. Theory of Machines: By S.S. Rattan. , Tata McGraw Hill
2. Theory of Machines: By Dr. Sadhu Singh Pearson Education
J. Reference Books
1. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms: By J.Uicker , Gordon R Penstock & J.E. Shigley
Oxford International Edition.
2. Kinematics, Dynamics and Design of Machinery: By Kenneth J Waldron , Gary L Kinzel
Wiley Edition.
3. Dynamics of Machinery: By Farazdak Haideri , Nirali Publication.
4. Theory of Machines: By R.S.Khurmi S.Chand.