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Department of Mechanical Engineering,

S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.

SAMPLE COURSE ASSESSMENT


THEORY OF MACHINES- I
I. COURSE SYLLABUS
Teaching Scheme

Examination Scheme

Lecture: 4 Hours/Week

Theory Paper: 100 Marks

Practical: 2 Hours/ Week

Term Work: 25 Marks


Oral: 25 Marks
Paper Duration: 3 Hours.
COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT: I

(9 Hrs, 20 Marks)

Fundamentals of kinematics, Types of motion, degree of freedom, Grublers criterion,


mechanisms with lower pairs, hooks joint, steering gear mechanism, straight line mechanism,
Geneva mechanism ,Inversion of mechanism. Velocity analysis by ICR method, relative velocity
method. Acceleration analysis by relative acceleration method, Coriolis acceleration.
UNIT: II
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

(9 Hrs, 20 Marks)

Algebraic method of velocity & acceleration analysis.


Kleins construction.
Static force analysis.
Inertia force analysis of IC engine mechanism, geared system.
Dynamical equivalent system, compound pendulum, bifilar suspension & trifler
suspension method for inertia analysis.

UNIT: III

(9 Hrs, 20 Marks)

1) Velocity & acceleration analysis by complex algebra method.


2) Velocity & acceleration by vector algebra method. (Four bar & single slider mechanism
only)

UNIT: IV

(9 Hrs, 20 Marks)

Department of Mechanical Engineering,


S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.
1) Friction, laws, efficiency of inclined plane, screws, clutches.
2) Friction circle and friction axis of mechanism.
3) Lubrication, system,types,proper
UNIT: V
1)
2)
3)
4)

(9 Hrs, 20 Marks)

Types of friction drives, open belt, cross belt, length of belt.


Slip. Creep, crowning of pulleys, steeped pulley.
Power transmitted, maximum power transmitted by belt drive.
Chain, types, length of chain, power transmitted.

REFERENCES:1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)

P.L.Ballany Theory of Machines & Mechanism ,Khanna Publication New Delhi


Jagdish Lal, Theory of Machines & Mechanism
S.S Ratan, Theory of Machines & Mechanism,Tata McGraw Hill
R.S.Khurmi, Theory of Machine
Sadhu singh , Theory of Machine, Pearson Education
Thomas Bevan ,The Theory of Machine ,CBS Publication and Distributors
Shighley J.E, Theory of Machines,Tata McGraw Hill Hannah & Stephen, Mechanics of
Machine

LIST OF PRACTICALS:1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)

To determine the mass moment of inertia of compound pendulum.


To determine the mass moment of inertia of bifilar/trifler suspension method.
To determine the slip of belt drive.
Velocity analysis by ICR method (2 problems)
Relative velocity & acceleration method (4 problems)
Kleins construction (4 problems)
Inertia force analysis of IC engine mechanism by graphical method.

8) Assignments: Five assignments on above topics in addition to above Practicals.

II. COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)


Description
CO1 : Enable students to attain the basic knowledge of mechanism & its parts
CO2: Understand the kinematics related with mechanism. Students will get knowledge regarding

Department of Mechanical Engineering,


S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.
generation of different motions from same mechanism
CO3 : Students will be able to find velocity of a link in a mechanism
CO4: Students will be able find Acceleration of the links in a mechanism. Students will be able to find
friction in the machine elements
CO5 : Students will be able to design & develop the power transmission devices
Table A: Course outcomes Attainment of Theory of Machines-I

Department of Mechanical Engineering,


S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.

III.MAPPING OF COURSE OUTCOMES (COs) TO PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

Sr.
No

SE:SEM-II

Level of

Theory of Machines- I

Mapping

Correlation of COs With POs

10

11

12

Enable students to attain the basic


1

knowledge of mechanism & its


parts. Understand the kinematics
related with mechanism.
Students will get knowledge

regarding generation of different


motions from same mechanism.
Students will be able to find
velocity of a link in a mechanism.
Students will be able find
Acceleration of the links in a

Average

mechanism.
Students will be able to find
friction in the machine elements.
5

Students will be able to design &

develop the power transmission


devices.
Table B: Mapping of course outcomes (COs) to Program outcomes (POs) of Theory of
Machines-I

Department of Mechanical Engineering,


S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.

IV: ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES

CO
CO1

Description
Enable students to attain the basic knowledge of mechanism & its parts
Understand the kinematics related with mechanism. Students will get knowledge regarding

CO2
generation of different motions from same mechanism.
CO3

Students will be able to find velocity of a link in a mechanism.

CO4

Students will be able to find friction in the machine elements.

CO5

Students will be able to design & develop the power transmission devices.
Table C: Assessment of Course outcomes of Theory of Machines-I

Department of Mechanical Engineering,


S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.
SEM-I: 2010-11

SUBJECT: TOM-I
No. of student 143

Marks range

Term work

Class Test-I
Class Test II
No. of students in the range
0-5
0
0
0
6-10
0
26
22
11-15
11
59
57
16-20
77
50
19
21-25
55
0
0
AB
0
8
9
Table D: Marks Range of Theory of Machines-I SEM-II (2010-11)

2010-2011
90
77

80
70

5957

60

50

50

Term Work

55

Test-1
Test-2

40
26
22

30
20

19
11

10
0

00-5
0 0

06-10

8 9

11-15

16-20

0 0
21-25

0 AB

Figure A: Continuous Assessment Theory (Year: 2010-11)

SEM-I: 2011-12

SUBJECT: TOM-I
No. of student 145

Marks range

Term work

0-5

Class Test-I
No. of students in the range
0

Class Test II
0

Department of Mechanical Engineering,


S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.
6-10
1
23
16
11-15
13
70
48
16-20
73
43
69
21-25
57
0
0
AB
0
9
12
Table E: Marks Range of Theory of Machines-I SEM-II (2011-12)

2011-2012
80

73

70

70

69
57

60
48

50

Term Work
43

Test-1

40

Test-2

30

23
16

20
10
0

13

12

1
0 0-5
0 0

6-10

11-15

16-20

0 0
21-25

0 AB

Figure B: Continuous Assessment Theory (Year: 2011-12)

SEM-I: 2012-13

SUBJECT: TOM-I
No. of student 150

Marks range

Term work

Class Test-I
Class Test II
No. of students in the range
0-5
0
0
0
6-10
0
27
39
11-15
11
64
69
16-20
81
53
32
21-25
58
0
0
AB
0
6
11
Table F: Marks Range of Theory of Machines-I SEM-II (2012-13)

Department of Mechanical Engineering,


S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.

2012-2013
90

81

80
69
64

70
60

53

58

Term Work
Test-1

50
32

27

30
20

11

10
0

Test-2

39

40

0 0-5
0 0

06-10

11-15

6
16-20

0 0
21-25

11

0 AB

Figure C: Continuous Assessment Theory (Year: 2012-13)

Previous results of THEORY OF MACHINES-I

Department of Mechanical Engineering,


S.S.B.T.s, College Engineering and Technology, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India.

Theory of Machines-I
80
75.52

70
60
50
Result in %

56

51.05

40
30
20
10
0
2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

Academic year

Figure D: Previous Three years results of Theory of Machines-I