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B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus


Batch 2015 Onwards

Chandigarh University

Scheme of
B. E. Mechanical Engineering

For
Batch 2015(Direct Admission), 2016 Leet
Onwards

By
Board of Studies of Mechanical Engineering
Chandigarh University, Gharuan
B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
Batch 2015 Onwards
1st Semester Scheme

Subject
Subject L T P Credits
Code
PDT-101 Aptitude-I PD 0 2 0 1
AMT-130 Applied Mathematics -1 BS 3 1 0 3.5
ACT-123 Applied Chemistry BS 3 0 0 3
CST-123 Basics of Computer and Programming in C ES 2 0 0 2
MET-124 Engineering Thermodynamics ES 3 1 0 3.5
PCT-128 Professional Communication Skills BS 1 0 0 1
EVT-125 Environmental Science and Disaster Management PD 2 0 0 2
ACP-132 Applied Chemistry Lab BS 0 0 2 1
CSP-133 Basics of Computer and Programming in C Lab ES 0 0 4 1
MEP-134 Workshop Practice ES 0 0 3 1.5
PCP-138 Professional Communication Skill Lab BS 0 0 2 1
Class Counseling 0 1 0 0
Total 14 5 11 20.5
Total Contact Hours = 30 Hours
2nd Semester Scheme

Subject
Subject L T P Credits
Code
AMT-150 Applied Mathematics -II BS 3 2 0 4
APT-126 Applied Physics BS 3 1 0 3.5
EET-127 Basics Electrical and Electronics Engineering ES 3 0 0 3
MET-129 Engineering Drawing ES 2 4 0 4
CST-124 Programming in C++ ES 2 0 0 2
PCT-128 Professional Communication Skills BS 1 0 0 1
PCP-138 Professional Communication Skill Lab BS 0 0 2 1
APP-136 Applied Physics Lab BS 0 0 2 1
EEP-137 Basics Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab ES 0 0 2 1
MEP-139 Computer Aided Drafting Lab ES 0 0 2 1
PDP-102 Aptitude-II PD 0 0 2 1
CST-134 Programming in C++ Lab ES 0 0 2 1
Class Counseling 0 1 0
Total 14 8 12 23.5
Total Contact Hours = 34 Hours
*4 week institutional/summer training after 2nd semester.
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3rd Semester Scheme
Subject Code Subject L T P Credits
PDT201 Aptitude-III PD 1 1 0 1.5
MET201 Mechanics of Solids PC 3 1 0 3.5
MET202 Theory of Machines PC 3 1 0 3.5

MET203 Fluid Mechanics PC 3 1 0 3.5


MET204 Casting, Welding Forming PC 3 0 0 3.0
MEP205 Fluid MechanicsLab PC 0 0 2 1
MEP206 Theory of Machines Lab PC 0 0 2 1
MEP207 Material, Casting & Welding Lab. PC 0 0 2 1
MEP208 Machine Drawing using CAD PC 1 0 3 2.5
MES209 Institutional/Summer Training* ST 0 0 0 2
Engineering Materials & Metallurgy (For
MEY211
Non LEET Students only) NC 3 1 0 3.5*
AMY215 (Mathematics for LEET)
Mentoring 0 1 0
Total 17 6 9 22.5
Total Contact Hours = 32 Hours
* Non Credit Course
Subject Code Subject L T P Credits
PCY201 Verbal Ability NC 2 0 0 2
PCY202 French Language NC 2 0 0 2
PCY203 German Language NC 2 0 0 2

4th Semester Scheme


Subject Code Subject L T P Credits
TDP-251 Soft Skills PD 2 0 0 2
TDT-252 Aptitude PD 1 0 0 1
AMT256 Applied Engineering Mathematics III BS 3 1 0 3.5

MET253 Strength of Materials - II PC 3 1 0 3.5


MET254 Applied Thermodynamics PC 3 1 0 3.5
MET255 Machining Processes PC 3 0 0 3.0
MEP256 Strength of Materials Lab PC 0 0 2 1
MEP257 Applied Thermodynamics Lab PC 0 0 2 1
MEP258 Machining Processes Lab PC 0 0 2 1
MEP259 Introduction to MATLAB PC 0 2 0 1
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MES260 Project PR 0 0 0 2
Mentoring 0 1 0
Total 17 7 8 21
.
Total Contact Hours = 31 Hours

Non Mandatory graded Course- 4th Semester


MEY 262 * Mechanical Measurement & Metrology NC 1 1 0 1.5
PCY 251 ** Verbal Ability II NC 2 0 0 2
PCY 254** Programming Language NC 0 0 2 2

*Mechanical Measurement & Metrology are Mandatory Non Credit Courses for Non LEET
Students only and they are required to choose either Verbal Ability or C++ Programming as
Non Credit Course.

** Verbal Ability and Programming Language are Mandatory Non Credit Courses for LEET
students only

5th Semester Scheme


Subject Code Subject L T P Credits
PDT3XX Career Specific Course - I ES 3 0 0 3.0
AMT301 Numerical Methods in Engg. PC 3 1 0 3.5
MET302 Heat Transfer PC 3 1 0 3.5
MET303 Design of Machine Elements PC 2 2 0 3.0
MET304 Operation Research PC 3 1 0 3.5
MET305 Fluid Machinery PC 3 0 0 3.0
MET306 Engineering Practice PC 0 2 0 1
MEP307 Heat Transfer Lab PC 0 0 2 1
MEP308 Fluid Machinery & Numerical Methods Lab PC 0 0 2 1
MER309 Project ST 0 0 0 2
MEI310 Institutional/Summer Training* PR 0 0 0 2
MEY-311 Automobile Engineering PC 3 0 0 3
Mentoring 0 1 0
Total 17 7 4 26.5
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• Automobile Engineering MEY-311 are Mandatory Non Credit Course for 5th Semester
Students
Total Contact Hours = 28 Hours

6th Semester Scheme


Subject Code Subject L T P Credits
PDT3XX Career Specific Course - II ES 3 0 0 3.0
MET351 Mechanical Vibration PC 3 1 0 3.5
MET352 Computer Integrated Manufacturing PC 3 0 0 3.0
MET353 Machine Component Design PC 2 2 0 3.0
MET354 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning PC 2 1 0 2.5
MET355 Engineering Practice PC 0 2 0 1.0
XXOXXX Open Elective - I OE 3 0 0 3.0
MEP356 Mechanical Vibration Lab PC 0 0 2 1.0
MEP357 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab PC 0 0 2 1.0
MEP358 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab PC 0 0 2 1.0
MER359 Project PR 0 0 0 3.0
Mentoring 0 1 0
Total 16 7 6 25
Total Contact Hours = 29 Hours

7th Semester Scheme

Subject Code Subject L T P Credits


MEXXXX Professional Elective - I PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEXXXX Professional Elective - II PE 3 0 0 3.0
XXOXXX Open Elective - II OE 3 0 0 3.0
MET401 Engineering Practice PC 0 2 0 1.0
MEP402 Professional Elective Lab PE 0 0 2 1.0
MES403 Project ST 0 0 0 2.0
MES404 Institutional/Summer Training* PR 0 0 0 3.0
Mentoring 0 1 0
Total 9 3 2 16
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Total Contact Hours = 14

8th Semester Scheme

Subject Code Subject L T P Credits


MEXXXX Professional Elective - III PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEXXXX Professional Elective - IV PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEXXXX Professional Elective - V PE 3 0 0 3.0
MET451 Engineering Practice PC 0 2 0 1.0
MES452 Project PR 0 0 0 5.0
Mentoring 0 1 0
Total 9 3 0 15
Total Contact Hours = 12

Open Elective-1 Offered by Mechanical Department to other Courses


Semester –6
Subject Code Subject L T P Credits
MEO441 Automobile Engineering OE 3 0 0 3
MEO442 Robotics Engineering OE 3 0 0 3

Open Elective-2 Offered by Mechanical Department to other Courses


Semester –7
Subject Code Subject L T P Credits
MEO491 Operation Research OE 3 0 0 3
MEO492 Industrial Engineering OE 3 0 0 3

List of Professional Electives


A:Thermal Group

Course Code Subject Name L T P Credits


Semester - 7
MEA405 Heat Exchanger Design PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEA406 Power Plant Engineering PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEA407 Solar Energy PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEA408 Energy Conservation and PE 3 0 0 3.0
Management
Semester - 8
MEA453 Computational Fluid Dynamics PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEA454 Gas Turbines PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEA455 Non-Conventional Energy Resources PE 3 0 0 3.0
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MEA456 Turbo Machinery PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEA457 Fuels and Combustion PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEA458 I C Engines PE 3 0 0 3.0

B:Design Group
Course Code Subject Name L T P Credits
Semester - 7
MEB411 Fracture Mechanics PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB412 Experimental Stress Analysis PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB413 Finite Elements Method PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB414 Product Design and Development PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB415 Machine Tool Design PE 3 0 0 3.0
Semester - 8
MEB461 Noise, Vibration and Harshness PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB462 Design for Manufacturing PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB463 Plant Layout Design PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB464 Design of Experiments PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB465 Robotics PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEB466 Quality Control & Assurance PE 3 0 0 3.0

C:Production Group
Course Code Subject Name L T P Credits
Semester - 7
MEC421 Jig Fixture & Tool Design PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEC422 Non Traditional Machining PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEC423 Powder Metallurgy PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEC424 Composite Materials PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEC425 Mechatronics Engineering PE 3 0 0 3.0
Semester - 8
MEC471 Production Planning and Control PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEC472 Work Study and Ergonomics PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEC473 Plant Maintenance & Layout PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEC474 Industrial Safety PE 3 0 0 3.0
MEC475 Industrial Engineering PE 3 0 0 3.0

MEC476 Quality Control & Assurance PE 3 0 0 3.0


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3RD SEMESTER
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B.E. Mechanical Engg. Syllabus
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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN

Subject Code MECHANICS OF SOLIDS L T P


Total Contact Hours : 44Hours
MET201 3 1 0
Prerequisite: None
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
 To impart knowledge about different types of stress, strain in various conditions andthe
deformation of bodiesunder loading
Unit Course Outcome
To be able to analyze the concepts of simple stress strains on deforming bodies.
I
To be able to analyze two dimensional stress system and Mohr‘s circle.
To be able to plot shear force & Bending moment diagrams for beams under different
II loadings.
To be able to solve problems for bending stresses in beam of different cross-sections.
To be able to analyze concept of torsion.
III
To be able to analyze the effect of slope and deflection.
Detailed Contents
UNIT- I
SIMPLE STRESS AND STRAIN:
Introduction to stress, strain and their types. Stress-strain curves for brittle and ductile materials, hooke’s
law, elastic limit, elastic constants: Poisson’s Ratio, modulus of elasticity. Factor of safety, state of
simple shear, volumetric Strain, stress and elongation produced in a bar due to self-weight and tie bar of
uniform strength.Deformation of tapering members, stresses induced in composite ties and struts, thermal
stress and strain.
(7Hrs)
COMPOUND STRESSES &STRAINS:
Two dimensional stress system, stress at a point on a plane, principal stresses and principal planes,
Mohr’s circle of stress, ellipse of stress and their applications.
(7Hrs)
UNIT-II
SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT:
Types of beams and loadings, support reactions– roller support, hinged support, pinned Support and a
fixed wall, support reactions for statically determinate beams, concept of bending moment and shearing
force, bending moment and shearing force diagram for cantilever and simply supported beams, with and
without overhang subjected to concentrated (point load) and UDL, Application of moments, Point of
contra flexure. Relation between load shear force and moment.
(6Hrs)
BENDING STRESSES IN BEAMS:
Assumptions in the simple bending theory; derivation of formula and its application to beams of
rectangular, circular, channel, I and T-sections.Flitched beams. Combined direct and bending stresses.
(5Hrs)
SHEAR STRESSES
Shear stress distribution in rectangular, circular I.T. and channel section and the compression
with bending stresses, Importance of shear centre.

(4Hrs)
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UNIT-III
TORSION
Concept of torsion, difference between torque and torsion. Derivation and use of torque equation,
Comparison between solid and hollow shaft with regard to their strength and weight,Power transmitted by
shaft. (7Hrs)

DEFLECTION AND SLOPE OF BEAMS:


Determination of slope and deflection for a cantilever and simply supported beam. Under point load and
uniformly distributed load by:
1. Double integration method
2. Macaulay’s Method
3. Moment area method (7Hrs)

Text Books:
1. Dr. Sadhu Singh, Strength of Materials, Khanna Publishers
2. S. RamaMrutham, Strength of Materials, DhanpatRai& Sons
3. Dr. R. K. Bansal, Strength of Material (Laxmi Publishers)
Reference Books:
1. D.H Shames, Introduction to Solid Mechanics, Prentice Hall Inc.
2. GH Ryder, Strength of Materials – ( MacMillan)
3. Crandall &Dahi, An introduction to Mechanics of Solids – ( McGraw Hill )
4. Gere, Mechanics of Materials (Cengage Learning)
5. R. C.Hibler, Mechanics of Materials (Pearson Education)

MET201 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS


Department Teaching
Department of Mechanical Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h I j k
Program Outcome

Mapping of Course
outcome with Program I II III
outcome

Project/
PE PD ES PC BS OE
Category Training

x
Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies……..

Instructions for the Paper-Setter


Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the
paper as the students have been prepared according to this format.
Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs
Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage)
1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions.
2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the
whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks)
3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting
atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of
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Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D
from unit III.
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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN
Theory of Machines L T P C
Subject Code
Total Contact Hours : 46 Hours
MET202 3 1 0 3.5
Prerequisite: None
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
 The course will make the students to understand the concept of Mechanism, machines
and difference between them.
Unit Course Outcome
To understand the fundamental concept of Kinematics of Machines
I
To understand the concept of mechanism and their inversion of kinematic chain
Able to understand the concept of turning moment diagram of various engine
II To understand the fundamental of engine dynamic & correlation to other machine
Able to understand the undesirable effect of unbalancing in rotor and engine
To impart knowledge of basics of gears & different types of Gears
III Able to calculate the velocities of gear trains
Able to understand the principle of governor

Contents of the Syllabus


UNIT - I
1. Machines and Mechanisms
Introduction to Kinematics and Dynamics, Mechanisms and Machines, Kinematic links, joints, Pairs,
types of motion, Kinematic Chains, Kinematic Inversion, Four Link Planar Mechanisms and their
Inversions, Mechanical Advantage,Grashof’scriterion.Plane motion of a rigid body, Instantaneous Centre
(IC) of Velocity, Velocity analysis using IC, Velocity analysis using relative velocity Diagrams, velocity
and acceleration diagrams rubbing velocity,Corioli’s component of acceleration. (10Hrs)
2. Cams:
Types of cams, Types of followers, Displacement, Velocity and, Acceleration time curves for cam
profiles. Disc cam with reciprocating follower having knife-edge, roller and flat-face follower, Follower
motions including SHM, Uniform velocity, uniform acceleration and cyclodical motion
(5Hrs)
UNIT – II
3. Gyroscope:
Principle of gyroscopic couple, effect of gyroscopic couple and centrifugal force on aero planes, ships and
vehicle taking a turn, stabilization of sea vessels, stability of four wheeled vehicle moving in a curved
path, stability of two wheeled vehicle, gyroscopic effect on inclined rotating disc. (6Hrs)
4. Balancing of Rotating masses:
Balancing of rotating masses; Classification and necessity of balancing, static and dynamic balancing,
balancing of single and multiple rotating masses and condition of balance. (3Hrs)
5.Balancing of reciprocating masses:
Partial unbalanced primary force in an engine, primary and secondary balancing of reciprocating masses
and condition of balance in multi-cylinder in line and V-engine, swaying couple, and variation of tractive
effort, partial balancing of locomotive, concept of direct and reverse crank. Balancing of machines
(6 Hrs.)
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UNIT-III
6. Gear:
Gear terminology, law of gearing, Path of contact. Arc of contact, Interference in involute gears. Methods
of avoiding interference, Back lash. Comparison of involute and cycloidal teeth. Profile Modification.
(5Hrs)
7. Gear Trains:
Simple gear trains, Compound gear trains for large speed reduction, Epicyclic gear trains, and Algebraic
and tabular methods of finding velocity ratio of epicyclic gear trains.torque calculations in epicyclic gear
trains. (4Hrs)
8. Governors:
Comparison between flywheel and governor, Types of governor, Watt, Porter, Proell and
Hartnellgovernors, sensitiveness of governors, stability of governors, isochronous and hunting, governor
effort, power, controlling force diagram. (6Hrs)

Note for Paper setter:


The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
TEXT BOOKS
1. Ratan.S.S, “Theory of Machines”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing companyLtd., 2ndEdition, 2005.
2. Dr. R.K. Bansal, “ Theroy of Machines”, Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd. 5th edition, 2014.
2. Thomas Bevan, “Theory of Machines”, CBS Publishers and Distributors, 3rdEdition, 1984.
REFERENCES
1. Shigley.J.E, and Uicker.J.J, “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”, McGrawHill, 1995.
2. Ghosh.A, and Mallick.A.K, “Theory of Mechanisms and Machines”, AffiliatedEast-West Pvt Ltd., New
Delhi, 1988.
3. Rao.J.S, andDukkipati.R.V, “Mechanism and Machine Theory”, Wiley-Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1995.

MET202 Theory of Machines


Department Teaching
Department of Mechanical Engineering
the Subject
a b C d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program I II III III
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training
x
Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies……..

Instructions for the Paper-Setter


Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the
paper as the students have been prepared according to this format.
Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs
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Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage)
1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions.
2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the
whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks)
3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting
atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of
Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D
from unit III.
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FLUID MECHANICS P C
L T
Subject Code
MET203 Total Contact Hours : 50 Hours
3 1 0 3.5
Prerequisite: None
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
 To understand the structure and the properties of the fluid.
 To understand the behavior of fluids at rest or in motion and the complexities involved in solving
the fluid flow problems.
 To solve different type of problems related to fluid flow in pipes and do the prototype study of
different type of machines

Unit Course Outcome


Unit-1: The student should be able to understand the concept of Fluid properties, fluid statics
I
and Fluid kinematics.
Unit-2: The student should be able to understand the concept of Fluid dynamics
andDimensionless Analysis and Similitude.
Unit-3: The student should be able to understand the concept of Viscous flows, Laminar flows,
Turbulent flows,Pressure and Flow Measurement devices.

UNIT-1
1. Fluid Properties and Fluid Statics: Concept of fluid and flow, ideal and real fluids, continuum
concept, and properties of fluids, Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids. Pascal’s law, hydrostatic
equation, hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surfaces, stability of floating and submerged bodies,
relative equilibrium, Buoyancy. Metacentric height and its determination, Manometers.
(8Hours)
2. Fluid Kinematics: Eulerian and Lagrangian description of fluid flow stream, streak and path lines;
types of flows, flow rate and continuity equation, differential equation of continuity in cylindrical and
polar coordinates, rotation, vorticity and circulation, stream and potential functions, flow net, Problems.

(8Hours)
UNIT-2
3. Fluid Dynamics: Concept of system and control volume, Euler’s equation Bernoulli’s equation
Derivation of Bernoulii’sequation (Using principle of conservation of energy and equation of motion),
kinetic and momentum correction factors, Impulse momentum relationship and its applications. Free and
Forced vortex motions
(8Hours)
4.Dimensionless Analysis and Similitude :Introduction to Dimensionless Analysis, Dimensions,
Dimensionless numbers (Reynolds, Froudes, Euler, Mach, and Weber) and their significance Physical
quantities in Fluid Flow, Dimensionally Homogenous Equations, Buckingham’s π Theorem, Method of
calculation of Dimensionless parameters, Similitude, Physical Significance of Dimensionless parameters,
Model Scales.
(7Hours)
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UNIT-3
5.Viscous flows: Laminar and Turbulent flows, Flow regimes and Reynolds’s number Flow Through
Pipes: Major and minor losses in pipes, Hagen-Poiseuilli law, Darcy equation, hydraulic gradient and
total energy lines, series and parallel connection of pipes, branched pipes; equivalent pipe, power
transmission through pipes, Head loss in pipe and pipe fittings, Problems
(9Hours)
6. Flow Measurement: Pitot tubes, Various hydraulic coefficients Orifice meters, Venturi meters, Borda
mouthpieces,Non contact type flow measuring devices like UV flow sensors and its types, Notches
(rectangular, V and Trapezoidal) and weirs, Rotameters. (7Hours)
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1. D.S. Kumar, Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering, S.K. Kataria and Sons
Publishers
2. R.K. Bansal, A Text Book of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, Laxmi
Publication
Reference Books
1. J.F. Douglas and J.M. Gasiorek, J.A. Swaffield and L.B. Jack, Fluid Mechanics, Pearson.
2. Y.A. Cengel and J.M. Cimbala, Fluid Mechanics - Fundamentals and Applications, Tata
McGraw Hill
3. Fox, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics by ( Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.)
4. I.H. Shames Mechanics of Fluids by (Mcgraw Hill Newyork)
5. V.L. Streeter and E.B.Wylie, Fluid Mechanics by (McGraw Hill Newyork 9th Edition)

MET203 FLUID MECHANICS


Department Teaching
Department of Mechanical Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program I II III IV
outcome
BS Project/
PD PE ES OE PC
Category Training
x
Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies……..

Instructions for the Paper-Setter

Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the
Chandigarh University, Gharuan
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paper as the students have been prepared according to this format.

Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs

Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage)

1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions.


2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the
whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks)

3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting
atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of
Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D
from unit III.
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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN

Subject Code Casting Welding & Forming L T P C


Total Contact Hours : 43 Hours
MET204 3 0 0 3
Prerequisite: None
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
 The course will prepare engineersto understand the concepts of casting, welding and
Forming processes
Unit Course Outcome
To understand the fundamental concept of manufacturing processes
I
To understand the concept of casting process
To understand the concept of joining of materials through welding process
II
To understand the different welding techniques, processes and defects
To understand the concept of different forming process.
III Able to understand the usage of forging, rolling, drawing, extrusion & sheet metal
forming processes

Contents of the Syllabus


Unit -I
1. Introduction to manufacturing processes ( 2 Hrs)
Introduction to manufacturing. Classification of manufacturing processes in conventional &un
conventional manufacturing processes. Brief introduction of metal forming,machining, casting & joining
processes. Need of UN conventional manufacturing processes.
2. Casting process ( 7 Hrs)
Basics of casting process. Steps followed in casting process. Terminology associated with casting process
Pattern, Pattern types &material. Various type of pattern allowances.
Moulding materials, Type of moulds , Various type of moulding materials. Characteristics required in
moulding materials. Various molding equipments.
Cores, function of cores , Type of cores , Characteristics of core material , Core preparation.
3. Different Casting processes, Casting defects , Inspection of castings ( 7 Hrs)
Various casting processes such as centrifugal casting , investment casting , die casting , continuous
casting , vacuum casting , Permanent mould casting.
Role of chills in casting process.Various type of casting defects & their remedies.
Metallurgical considerations in casting, casting of copper alloys. Cleaning and finishing of castings,
Testing and Inspecting of castings
Unit -II
4. Basic elements of welding process ( 7 Hrs)
Introduction to welding process & Classification of welding processes . Concept of brazing &Soldering .
Type of welding joints & various welding positions
Electric arc welding , Principle , metal transfer in arc welding , straight & reverse polarity in AC & DC ,
relative merits & demerits . Types of electric arc welding.
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Gas welding , Oxy acetylene welding & Oxy hydrogen welding , Equipment of gas welding, Gas cutting
, Variuos type of flames .
5. Different welding techniques / processes , Welding defects ( 8 Hrs)
Various welding techniques : MIG welding , TIG welding , submerged arc welding , Electric resistance
welding , Spot , butt , seam , upset projection & high frequency resistance welding , Thermit welding ,
Plasma arc welding , Application of these welding techniques
Various welding defects & their causes & remedies.
Unit -III
6. Forming Processes
Introduction to metal forming processes & classification of metal forming processes. Hot working & cold
working of metals .
Forging : Smith forging , drop forging & press forging . Forging Equipments , Defects in forging
Rolling : Rolling process , Angle of bite , Type of rolling mills , Variable of rolling process , Rolling
defects
Drawing &Extrusion : Drawing of wires , rods & pipes , Variables of drawing process . Difference
between drawing &extrusion .
Various methods of pipe / tube manufacturing .
Sheet metal forming : Various operations of sheet metal working , Sheet metal cutting , bending ,
spinning , deep drawing . Various equipments used in sheet metal working (15)

Note for Paper setter:


The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books :
1. P.N.Rao, Manufacturing Technology ( Tata McGraw Hill )
2. P.C.Sharma, A text book of Production Technology ( S Chand Publication )
3. R.S.Parmar Welding Technology, Khanna Publishers
4. R.K. Rajput, A Text book of Manufacturing Technology ( Laxmi Publications )
Reference Books:
1. Heine ,RW , CR Loper and Rosenthal, Principles of Metal Casting ( McGraw Hill –NewYork)
2. AmitabhaGhosh&Asok Kumar Malik, Manufacturing Science ( Affiliated East West Press Pvt.
Ltd.)
3. S. Kalpakjian& Steven R. Schmid, Manufacturing Engineering & Technology (Pearson)
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Department Teaching
Department of Mechanical Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program I II III III
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training
x
Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies……..
Instructions for the Paper-Setter
Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the
paper as the students have been prepared according to this format.
Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs
Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage)
1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions.
2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the
whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks)
3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting
atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of
Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D
from unit III.
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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS L T P C
Total contact hours : 45 Hrs 3 1 0 3.5
Applicable to which branch: All branches of Common to all
Subject Code branches of
AMY-215 Engineering LEET -2015
Engineering LEET
(Mandatory Non Graded Course ) (3rd semester)
Prerequisite: Knowledge of mathematics up to
senior secondary level.
Marks
Internal (40) External (60)
PURPOSE
To impart analytical ability in solving mathematical problems as applied to the respective
branches of Engineering
Unit INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
To have knowledge in linear algebra and infinite series.
1.
To improve their ability of computation in matrices and complex nos.
To familiarize students with partial differentiation.
2.
To enable the students to apply the notions practically.
To introduce various ordinary differential equations.
3.
To practice various methods of solving differential equations.

Contents of the Syllabus

Unit-I

BASIC ALGEBRA

Matrices:Rank of matrix; elementary operations; reduction to normal form; consistency and solution of
homogenous and non homogeneous simultaneous equations
Complex Numbers: De-Moivre’s theorem, applications of De-Moivre’s theorem ; Exponential
function; logarithmic function ; circular function
Infinite Series: Convergence and divergence of series; tests of convergence (without proofs),
comparison test; ratio test and Gauss test; convergence and absolute convergence of alternating
series. [15H]

Unit-II
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS & PARTIAL DIFFERENTIATION

Partial Differentiation: Review of basic differentiation, Definition of Partial Differentiation, Function


of two or more variables; homogeneous function; Euler’s theorem.
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Differential equations: Ordinary Differential Equation, Exact differential equations, Variable Separable
method to solve ODE . [15H]
Unit-III

MULTIPLE INTEGRAL AND VECTOR CALCULUS

Double and Triple Integration: Review of basic of integration, Double and triple Integration;

Vector Calculus : Scalar and vector fields; differentiation and integration of vectors ; vector differential
operators: del, gradient, divergence, curl , properties; Statement of Gauss, Green and Stoke's theorem.
[15H]

TEXT BOOKS

1. Grewal, B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 42th ed.2013.

Reference Material:

1. Kreyszig , E., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley,10th Ed.2011.

2. Ray Wylie, C., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th ed., McGraw Hill.

3. Jain, R.K. and lyengar, S.R.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 3rd Edition.

Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi,2004.

4. Ramana , B.V Advanced Engineering Mathematics, McGraw Hill, July 2006.

Instructions for the paper-setter

Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the
students have been prepared according to this format.

Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs

The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set ten questions in
all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on
the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory
question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.
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Course Code-AMY-215 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
Department Teaching
Department of Applied Sciences
the Subject
Program Outcome a b c d e f G h i j k
Mapping of Course
I,II,
outcome with Program
III
outcome
BS ES PD PC PE OE Project/Training
Category

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The Students outcomes are:

a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, and engineering.


b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental, and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice
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Engineering Materials & Metallurgy L T P C
Subject Code
Total Contact Hours : 43 Hours
MEY211 2 0 0 2
Prerequisite: None
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
 The course will prepare engineersto understand the concepts of Engineering materials
and metallurgy
Unit Course Outcome

1. To provide the students a clear understanding of the basic principles engineering


I materials and metallurgy.
2. Make students able to classify materials and determine their applicability.

1. To make the students understand how plastic deformation occurs by the motion
of edge and screw dislocations in response to applied shear stresses.
II
2. To make student to design and control of heat-treating procedures.
3. To impart knowledge iron- carbon system about materials, their properties and different
heat treatment processes.

1. To impart knowledge about materials, their properties and different heat treatment
processes.
2. To make the students understand the importance of factors effecting the structure-
III sensitive properties of materials.

Contents of the Syllabus

UNIT- I
1. Materials & their Crystal structure (4Hrs)
Materials and their classification, Mechanical properties, atomic bonding, crystal structures, crystal
structure in metals (body centered cubic, face centered cubic, hexagonal close packed),
Crystallographic notation of atomic planes,Crystalline and non-crystalline materials & their
properties, Polymorphism and allotropy.
1. Imperfection in Solid and Diffusion (4 hrs)
Crystal Imperfections: Point defects, Line defects, dislocations, Surface defects, Volume defects.
Diffusion: Diffusion mechanism, Laws of diffusion, steady and non -steady-state diffusion, factors
affecting diffusion.
Unit-II
2. Deformation Mechanism in Metals (4 Hrs)
Deformation, Mechanism of Elastic and Plastic deformation,Slip and Twinning,Recovery,
Re-crystallization and Grain growth,Types of fracture

3. Alloy and Phase Diagram (5 Hrs)


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Solids solutions and alloys, Equilibrium Diagram,Gibbs phase rule, Equilibrium Diagram of binary
system, Iron carbon equilibrium diagram and phase transformations. Temperature time transformation
(TTT) curves: construction and application.

Unit -III
4. Heat treatment (4 Hrs)
Heat treatment processes viz. Annealing, Normalizing, Hardening, Tempering, Surface hardening:
carburizing, Nitriding, Cyaniding, induction and flame hardening, Applications of heat treatment
processes. Defects in heat treatment and their remedies, Hardenability
5. Alloying elements (4 Hrs)
Alloying elements and their effect: Effect of alloying elements on microstructure of steels,
Characteristics, Properties and applications of alloy tool steel, Coatings: Metallic and Non Metallic
coating

Note for Paper setter:


The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1. Smith, Engineering Foundation of Material Science and Engineering (McGaw Hill, 5th Edition)
2. S Singh, Vijendra, Physical Metallurgy, Standard Publishers and Distributors (1999).
3. Callister’s ; Material Science and Engineering, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi
Reference Books:
1. Avner S.H., Introduction to Physical Metallurgy, ( McGraw Hill ).
2. James F. Shakel, Introduction to Material Science for Engineering ( Pearson , Prentice Hall , New
Jersey , 6th edition )
3. Askeland, Fulay, Wright, Balani, The Science & Engineering of Materials (by Cengage Learning)
4. V. Raghvan, Physical Metallurgy , Principles & Practices ( PHI, New Delhi)
5. O.P Khanna ; A Textbook of Material Science and Metallurgy, DhanpatRai Publication.
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FLUID MECHANICS –LAB
MEP205
Internal Marks : 20 Credit : 1
External Marks : 30 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

List of experiments:
1. To determine the coefficient of discharge of Notch (V and Rectangular types)
2. To verify the Bernoullis Theorem.
3. To find critical Reynolds number for a pipe flow
4. To determine the minor losses due to sudden enlargement, sudden contraction and bends
5. To show the velocity and pressure variation with radius in a forced vertex flow
6. To determine the Metacentric height of a floating vessel.
7. To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine the lower
critical Reynolds number
8. To determine the coefficient of discharge of venturimeter
9. To determine the vortex flow.
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THEORY OF MACHINE LAB
MEP-206
Internal Marks : 20 Credit : 1
External Marks : 30 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

List of Experiments:-
1 To draw the diagrammatical representation (displacement, velocity and acceleration) of slider
crank and four bar mechanism and inversions.
2 To draw the velocity diagram of 4 bar mechanism using graphical method including Klien's
construction.
3 To determine the coefficient of friction for the belt pulley material combination.
4 To draw graphs between height and equilibrium speed of various types of governors.
5 To determine the occurrence of different nodes in whirling of the shaft and critical speed of a
shaft.
6 Determination of gyroscopic couple by using graphical method.
7 To draw the graph between displacement of the follower and angle of cam.
8 Determination of compound gear trains and epicyclic gear trains by tabular method and
analytical method
9 To draw circumferential and axial pressure profile in a full journal bearing.
10 Determination of balancing of rotating masses by graphical method.
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Material, Casting & Welding Lab.
MEP207
Internal Marks : 20 Credit : 1
External Marks : 30 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

List of experiments:
1. Sand testing experiments to determine Moisture content & Shatter index.
2. To determine Green strength&clay content of Sand.
3. Sand testing experiments to determine Core & Mold hardness.
4. To determine the permeability of sand and grain fineness number.
5. Preparation of butt, lap and T joint by using MIG Welding.
6. Practice of TIG Weldingtechnique for the preparation of butt, lap and T joint.
7. Making a lap joint with the help of spot welding.
8. Analyze the microstructure of different heat treated steel specimen and their effect on mechanical
properties.
9. Examine the effect of quenching, normalizing and tempering on steel component.
10. Determination of hardenability of steel specimen by Jominy END quench test.
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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN

MACHINE DRAWING USING L T P C


Subject Code CAD
MEP208
1 0 3 2.5
Marks-100
Internal-60 External-40
Course Objective
 The course introduces several advanced concepts and topics in the rapidly evolving field
of machine drawing. Students are expected to develop comprehension of the subject
and togain scientific understanding regarding the designing and drafting of mechanical
components.
Course Outcome
To be able to read and interpret mechanical engineering drawings.
To be able to get familiar with CAD software to produce machine drawings.
To be able to use Fits and Tolerances in machine drawings.
To be able to prepare assembly drawing of various machine elements.
List of Experiments:
1. An introduction of CAD software and study of various tool bar options.
2. Draft the 2D drawing using CAD tool and show the all dimensions, limits, fits,
tolerance and machining symbols.
3. Draw orthographic views of double riveted zigzag lap joint and double riveted
chain butt joint using CAD tool. Show its front view, full in section and top view
in first angle of projection system.
4. Draw the 2D sketch of thread sections using CAD tool to a full scale size and give
all the standard proportions.
5. Assemble the hexagonal bolt, hexagonal nut and a washer using CAD tool. Show
its front view, top view and side view in third angle of projection.
6. Draw the following orthographic views of the assembly of a gib and cotter joint
for square rod using CAD tool: Upper half in section & top view.
7. Assemble all parts of sleeve and cotter joint using CAD tool and show the
following views: Upper half section front view & top view.
8. Draw orthographic views of Oldham’s coupling and muff coupling using CAD
tool.
9. Draw the following orthographic views of a knuckle joint in first angle of
projection using CAD tool: Upper half in sectional front view & end view.
10. Draw the assembly of the universal coupling using CAD tool. Shows its front view
upper half in section and right end view full in section.
11. Draw orthographic views of protected and unprotected type of flange coupling.
Also, draw its front full sectional view and Bill of Material.
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12. Draw the following assembled views of a screw jack using CAD tool: Front view
right half in section & top view.
13. Draw the following assembled views of blow-off cock using CAD tool:Front view
and top view.
14. Draw assembly of Plummer block. Also, draw its front full sectional view and Bill
of Material.
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TH
4 SEMESTER
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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN

Name of the subject : APTITUDE II L T P C


Total Contact Hours -24 Hours
Subject Code 0 2 0 1
Applicable to which branch -All Branches
TDT 252
Prerequisite-Aptitude 1

Marks
Internal 40 External 60
Course Objective
To Impart analytical ability in solving mathematical problems as applied to the respective branches of
Engineering
Unit Course Outcome
To enhance the ability to answer the problems related to critical reasoning.
4.
To improve the concepts of comparison of two or more things and to generate the relation
5.
among them.
To improve the ability of students to make a decision from the given problems.
6.
Content of the Syllabus

Unit-I

1. Ratio and proportion: Concept of ratio of two or more quantities things and their proportions.

2. Variation-direct and indirect: Concept of Direct & Indirect variation between two variables,
Equating the constant of variation.

3. Partnership: How to find the ratio of profit and share w.r.t. time and investment.

4. Polynomials and Algebraic expressions: Concepts zeros and roots, To find Remainder .

5. Linear equations: To make linear equation from statement, Number of solutions.

Unit-II

7. Syllogism: Solving the problems using venn diagram.

8. Coding Decoding:
 Letter Coding
 Number Coding
 Matrix coding
 Substitution
 Mixed Letter Coding
 Mixed Number Coding
 Deciphering Individual Letter Codes By Analysis

9. Data interpretation:
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 Tabular representation
 2-D graphs
 3-D graphs
 Venn diagram based DI questions
 Pert chart
 Miscellaneous

Unit-III

10. Logarithms: Solving Logarithms problems using properties.

11. Permutations & Combinations: Basic concepts of arrangements & Combinations.

12. Probability: Basic concept of sample space & favorable outcomes. Differentiating between types of
probability.

13. Data Sufficiency: To check sufficiency of given information to solve the problem.

Text Books –

Reference Material –

Guha Abhijit Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations 2011 Tata McGraw Hill Publication
7 West Patel Nagar, New Delhi 110008.
Aggarwal R.S A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning 2012 S.Chand Publishing
Kuttab Road, New Delhi. 011-23672080

Course Code APTITUDE II – TDT 252


Department Teaching
DEPARTMENT OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT
the Subject
a b c D e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
II I,III
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval
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Subject APPLIED ENGG. L T P C


Code MATHEMATICS-III
AMT-256 Total Contact hours: 45 hours 3 1 0 3.5
Applicable to all branches AME,CHE,ME,PE,MECHA
Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic concepts of complex numbers, Definite
Integral and partial differentiation
Marks
Internal (40) External (60)
PURPOSE
To Impart analytical ability in solving mathematical problems as applied to the respective
branch of Engineering
Unit INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
1. To introduce and apply the concept of partial differential equations in various
problem.
To familiarize with the applications of differential equations.

2. To enable Students to understand the fundamental concepts of complex variable


theory
To enable students to evaluate a contour integral using fundamental theorem of
calculus and Cauchy’s integral formula;
3. To introduce the concept of Fourier series.
To enable students to apply Laplace transform to differential equations.

Contents of the syllabus

UNIT-1
Partial differential equations & applications: Formation of partial differential equations, linear
partial differential equations, linear homogeneous partial differential equations with constant coefficient,
Lagrange’s equations. Solution of one dimensional Wave equation and heat conduction equation ,
Laplace equation in two dimensions using the method of separation of variables.
(15)
UNIT _II
Functions of Complex variables :- Analytic functions, Cauchy- Riemann equation, Harmonic functions,
conjugate functions, Cauchy’s Theorem ,Cauchy’s integral formula , Taylor’s Series & Laurent series
expansions , Zeroes and singularities, residues, residue, evaluation of real integrals using residue theorem,
(15)
UNIT-III
Fourier series: Periodic functions, Euler’s formula, Fourier series representation of a function even and
odd functions, half range expansion, Fourier series of different waveforms.
(6)
Laplace Transforms & its Applications: Introduction, Laplace transform of various standard
functions, linearity property, First and second shifting properties, inverse Laplace transforms.
Applications to the solution of ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficients and
simultaneous differential equations (9)
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Text Books:

1. Kreyszig , E., “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, John wiley, 9th Edition.


2. Grewal, B.S., “Higher Engineering Mathematics”, Khanna Publishers. New Delhi,42th Edition.
3. Jain, R.K. and Iyengar, S.R.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics Narosa Publishing House,
New Delhi,2004 3rd Edition.

Reference Material:
1. Ray Wylie, C., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th ed., McGraw Hill.
2. Watson E. J. Laplace Transforms and Applications
.

Instructions for the paper-setter


Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the paper as the
students have been prepared according to this format.
Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs
The syllabus has been divided into three equal units. The paper setter is required to set ten questions in
all, three questions from each unit and a compulsory question consisting of five sub parts and based on
the whole syllabus. The candidate will be required to attempt six questions including the compulsory
question number no 1 and not more than two questions from each unit.

Course Code-AMT-256 APPLIED ENGG. MATHEMATICS-III


Department Teaching
Department of Applied Sciences
the Subject
Program Outcome a b c d e f g h i j k
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program I,II,III
outcome
BS ES PD PC PE OE Project/Training
Category

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies
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Subject Code
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-II L T P

MET253 Total Contact Hours : 45 Hours


3 1 0
Prerequisite: Strength of Materials – I
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
 To impart knowledge about different types of stress, strain in various conditions and the
deformation of bodies under loading
Unit Course Outcome
To be able to calculate the strain energy and deflection in cantilever and simply
I supported beams.
To be able to design the shafts based on various theories of failure.
To be able to calculate the stresses and deflection in various types of springs.
II
To be able to design thin and thick walled cylinders.
To be able to design the columns and struts for various compression loads based on
III Euler’s and RankineGorden Formula.
To be able to analyze effects of rotational stresses.

Detailed Contents
UNIT- I
STRAIN ENERGY:
Strain energy in simple tension or compression, stresses due to different types of loads, strain energy due
to principal stresses, energy of dilation and distortion,Castigliano’s theorem and its application to
calculate the deflection in cantilever and simply supported beams, Maxwell’s theorem of reciprocal
deflection. (7Hrs)
THEORIES OF FAILURE
Maximum Principal Stress Theory, Maximum Shear Stress Theory, Strain Energy Theory, Shear Strain
Energy Theory; Maximum Principal Strain Theory and their graphical representation along with their
application to problems relating to two dimensional stress systems only. (8Hrs)
UNIT-II
SPRINGS
Closed coil and open coil helical springs with axial load subjected to axial twist; Springs in Series and
Parallel; Leaf springs and Flat spiral springs – their deflection and stresses (5Hrs)
THIN CYLINDERS
Hoop and Longitudinal stresses & strains in thin cylindrical & spherical vessels.Calculation of Change in
dimensions of thin cylindrical vessels due to internal pressure. (5Hrs)
THICK CYLINDERS
Derivation of Lame’s equations, calculation of radial, longitudinal and hoop stresses due to internal
pressure in thick cylinders, Design of thick cylindrical shell; Compound or shrunk cylinders; Thick
Spherical Shells (5Hrs)
UNIT-III
COLUMNS & STRUTS
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Concept of columns and their types, modes of failure, equivalent length, buckling load, crushing load,
slenderness ratio, factors effecting strength of a column,end restraints , Strength of column by Euler
Formula, Limitations of Euler’s formula, RankineGourdan formula. (8Hrs)
CENTRIFUGAL STRESSES
Rotational stresses in rings and thin discs; Discs of uniform strength (7Hrs)

Text Books:
1. Dr. Sadhu Singh, Strength of Materials, Khanna Publishers.
2. S. RamaMrutham, Strength of Materials, DhanpatRai& Sons
3. Dr. R. K. Bansal,Strength of Material (Laxmi Publishers)
Reference Books:
1 D.H Shames, Introduction to Solid Mechanics, Prentice Hall Inc.
2 GH Ryder, Strength of Materials – ( MacMillan)
3 Crandall &Dahi,An introduction to Mechanics of Solids – ( McGraw Hill )
4 Gere, Mechanics of Materials (Cengage Learning)
5 Hibler, Mechanics of Materials (Pearson Education)

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-II
MET253
Department Teaching
Department of Mechanical Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h I j k
Program Outcome

Mapping of Course
outcome with Program I II III
outcome

Project/
PE PD ES PC BS OE
Category Training

x
Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies……..
Instructions for the Paper-Setter
Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the
paper as the students have been prepared according to this format.
Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs
Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage)
1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions.
2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the
whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks)
3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting
atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of
Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D
from unit III.
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Subject Code Applied Thermodynamics L T P C
MET254 Total Contact Hours : 45 Hours
3 1 0 3.5
Prerequisite: None
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
 The course will prepare engineersto understand the concepts of Applied Thermodynamics
to solve practical engineering problems.It will enhance ability to address new problems in
the rapidly changing technological scenario.
Unit Course Outcome
To analyze the concept of steam formation& steam properties.
I To diagnose & rectify the problems based on basic vapour power cycles and gas turbine
cycle.
To analyze the concept of steam nozzle.
II
To solve the problems related to Steam Turbines.
To identify the various types of condensers & their problems.
III
To recognize problems related to air compressors.

Detailed Content
UNIT – I
1. Properties of Steam:
Pure Substance & its properties, phase change of a pure substance, Formation of steam, Wet, Dry
Saturated and Superheated Steam, sensible and Latent heat, Dryness fraction and its determination,
Internal Energy of Steam. Use of Steam Table and Mollier Diagram, Basic Thermodynamic
Processes of Steam in Closed and Open System and their representation on P-V, T-S and H-S chart.
(6 Hrs)
2.Vapour Power Cycle:
Rankine cycle& its efficiency, Comparison of Carnot and Rankine cycle, Methods of improving Rankine
efficiency - Regenerative cycle (Bleeding), Reheat cycle, combined reheat regenerative cycle.
(5 Hrs)
3.Gas Turbine cycle:
Layout of gas turbine plant, brayton cycle with losses, Relation for calculations of optimum and max
efficiency of brayton cycle, Methods of improving brayton efficiency- Intercooling method, Regenerative
method and Reheating method.
(5 Hrs)
UNIT – II
2. Steam Nozzles:
Introduction, Types of steam nozzles, Flow of steam throughconvergent, divergent & convergent- divergent
nozzle, Critical pressure ratio, Diameter of throat and exit for maximum discharge, Effect of friction in
nozzle, Nozzle efficiency, supersaturatedflow or metastable flow, Effect of supersaturation.
(6 Hrs)
3.Steam Turbines:
Introduction, Classification of steam turbine;Impulse, Reaction and Impulse Reaction turbine, Comparison
of impulse, Reaction and impulse reaction turbine, Pressure and velocity variation, Velocity diagrams and
analysis of De Laval and Parson’s reaction turbine,Calculations of force, axial thrust, work done, Stage
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efficiency, blade efficiency and overall efficiency, derivation for maximum efficiency, calculation of blade
height,compounding of steam turbine -Pressure compounding, velocity compounding, pressure and
velocity compounding; Governing of steam turbines, Losses in steam turbines.
(8 Hrs)

UNIT – III
5.SteamCondensers:
Introduction, Classification, Parts of steam condensing plant. Mixture of Air & Steam based on Dalton’s law,
condenser and vacuum efficiencies. Cooling water calculations.Methods to check and prevent air infiltration.
(5Hrs)
6. Air Compressor:
Reciprocating air compressor, Single stage compression, Multi-stage compression with & without
intercooling, P-V & T-S diagrams of Single stage and Multi Stage compression process, Efficiency of
compressor.Introduction to rotary air compressors like Centrifugal air compressor & Axial flow air
compressor, Compression process of Centrifugal and Axial flow air compressor on P-V and T-S
diagrams.Velocity Triangles of centrifugal and Axial flow air compressor. Surging and Choking
phenomena.
(10Hrs)

Note for Paper setter:


The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.

Reference Books:
1. P.L. Ballani, Thermal Engineering, Khanna Publications.
2. W.A.J. Keartan, Steam Turbine: Theory and Practice, ELBS Series.
3. K. Soman, Thermal Engineering, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
Text Books:
1. R.K. Rajput, Thermal Engineering, Luxmi publications (P) Ltd.
2. P.K.Nag, EngineeringThermodynamics,TataMcgraw Hill.
3. D.S. Kumar, Applied thermodynamics, S.K. Kataria& Sons.
4. R.S.Khurmi, Thermal Engineering, S.Chand& Company Ltd.
5. R. Yadav, Applied Thermodynamics, Central Publishing House.
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MET254
Applied Thermodynamics
Department Teaching
Department of Mechanical Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program I II III IV
outcome
BS Project/
PD PE ES OE PC
Category Training
x
Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies……..
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MACHINING PROCESSES P C
L T
Subject Code
MET255 Total Contact Hours : 50 Hours
3 0 0 3
Prerequisite: None
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
Unit Course Outcome
I To enable the students to acquire a fundamental knowledge on metal forming technology which
is necessary for an understanding of industrial processes.
II Introduction of basic machining operations & different type of machines used Industry.
III To acquire basic knowledge of cutting tool materials

Detailed Content
Unit –I
Basic of machine tools &lathes (13hrs)
Classification of cutting tools as single point cutting tool & multi point cutting tools.Properties of cutting
tool materials. Various cutting tool materials such as High carbon steels, High speed steels, Alloy steels,
cemented carbides,ceramics,CBN,Diamond. Concept of speed, feed & depth of cut.Geometry of single
point cutting tool, Tool signature.
Role of cutting fluids in cutting operations & type of cutting fluids.
Need of lubrication in machines .Different type of lubrication systems with emphasis on centralized
lubrication system.
Lathe: Parts of lathe machine, Accessories of lathe machine, various operations carried out on lathe.
Kinematics of lathe.Turret& Capstan Lathe.
Unit -II
Different type of machines & their applications (13 hrs)
Shaper: Difference between shaper, planer &slotter . Drive mechanism of shaper, various parts of shaper
Milling: Various Milling operation, Classification of milling machines, Vertical & Horizontal milling, up
milling &down milling. Drilling: Difference between drilling, boring & reaming, Geometry of drill, Type
of drilling machines. Boring operations & boring machines
Grinding: Grinding operation, Classification of grinding processes as cylindrical, surface & Centre less
grinding.Nomenclature of grinding wheels.
Broaching: Broaching operation, Type of broaching machine & Parts of broach.

Unit -III
Jigs and Fixtures (6 Hrs.)
Importance and use of jigs and fixtures, Principle of location, locating devices, clamping devices,
types of jigs- drilling jigs, bushes, template jigs, plate jig, channel jig, leaf jig. Fixture for milling,
Advantages of jigs and fixtures.
Basics of CNC Machines (6 Hrs.)
What is CNC Machine, Need of CNC Machines, Basic Elements of CNC Machines, Type of CNC
Machines, Applications of CNC Machines, Comparison of SPM V/s CNC machines? Types of control
systems – Classification of control systems, Tool positioning systems, Motion control systems, Feedback
Devices, Tool Holders, Tool Holder devices for CNC, Work Holding Devices (Grid pattern on base plates
& pallets) Automatic Tool Changer (ATC), Types of Tool Magazines.
Powder Metallurgy (4 Hrs.)
Introduction, advantages, limitations, and applicationsmethods of producing metal powders,
briquetting and sintering.
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Note for Paper setter:


The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1. P.N.Rao, Manufacturing Technology ( Tata McGraw Hill )
2. P.C.Sharma, A text book of Production Technology ( S Chand Publication )
3. R.K. Rajput, A Text book of Manufacturing Technology ( Laxmi Publications )
Reference Books:
1. AmitabhaGhosh&Asok Kumar Malik, Manufacturing Science (Affiliated East West Press Pvt.
Ltd.)
2. J.S. Campbell, Principles of Manufacturing Materials & Processes (Tata McGraw Hill)
3. S. Kalpakjian& Steven R. Schmid, Manufacturing Engineering & Technology ( Pearson)

Machining Processes
MET255

Department Teaching
Department of Mechanical Engineering
the Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
I
outcome with Program II III IV
outcome
BS Project/
PE PD OE PC ES
Category Training
x
Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies……..
Instructions for the Paper-Setter
Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the
paper as the students have been prepared according to this format.
Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs
Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage)
1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions.
2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the
whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks)
3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting
atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of
Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D
from unit III.
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STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB


MEP256
Internal Marks : 60 Credit : 1
External Marks : 40 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:
1 To perform tensile test for ductile and brittle materials and to draw stress-strain curve.
2 To perform Shear test on UTM
3 To perform compression test on UTM
4 To determine the Rockwell hardness number and Brinell hardness number of the given
specimen.
5 To determine the impact strength of the given material using Charpy impact test and Izod
test Machine.
6 To find stiffness of Open Coil Helical Spring and Closed Coil Helical Spring
7 To perform torsion test on Mild steel specimen
8 Determination of Bucking loads of long columns with different end conditions.
9 To perform Fatigue test on circular test piece
10 Verification of MAXWELL Reciprocal theorem
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APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS LAB


MEP257
Internal Marks : 20 Credit : 1
External Marks : 30
External Viva/Voce to be conducted L T P
0 0 2
List of experiments:

1. To draw valve timing diagram of a 4 stroke petrol engine and study of its impact on the performance of
an IC Engine.
2. To draw valve timing diagram of a 4 stroke diesel engine.
3. Determination of dryness fraction of steam by using separating and throttling calorimeter.
4. Determination of brake power, indicated power, friction power and mechanical efficiency of
amulti-cylinder petrol engine running at constant speed (Morse Test) and to draw the heat
balance sheet of multi-cylinder petrol engine.
5. Performance of a diesel engine from no load to full load (at constant speed) for a single cylinder
engine in terms of brake power indicated power, mechanical efficiency and calculate the SFC
(Specific fuel consumption) and further obtain power consumption curves and draw the heat balance
sheet of singlecylinder Diesel engine.
6. To calculate actual volume of air intake by measuring pressure difference by manometer of Double
stage reciprocating compressor.
7. To determine swept volume of compressor, volumetric efficiency, compression ratio and isothermal
efficiency of Double stage reciprocating compressor.
8. To determine the heat extraction efficiency of vertical cooling tower.
9. To determine the efficiency of vertical/Horizontal condenser.
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MACHINING PROCESSES LAB

MEP258

Internal Marks : 20 Credit : 1


External Marks : 30 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2
List of experiments:
1. To make a job on lathe machine which includes facing, turning, taper-turning, knurling &
drilling.
2. Exercise of internal turning and threading operation on Lathe machine.
3. Study of constructional features and working on Radial drilling machine by performing various
operation on it like drilling, reaming, counter boring, counter sinking and tapping operations
4. Exercise on drilling, reaming, counter boring, counter sinking and tapping on radial drilling
machine.
5. To make V threads& square threads on lathe machine
6. To make a job on Capstan lathe machine which includes facing, turning, taper-turning & drilling.
7. Grinding of single point cutting tool & study various cutting tool materials
8. To make a slot cutting & making V block on shaper machine.
9. To make spur gear on milling machine
10. To make a job on grinding using surface grinder.
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Introduction to SCILAB MEP259


Internal Marks : 60 Credit : 1
External Marks : 40 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

Experiment 1: To familiarize with the MATLAB fundamentals and basic functions.


Experiment 2: To develop program using various arithmetic operations.

Experiment 3: Using MATLAB, determine the following:

(a) A + B

(b) AB

(c) A2

(d) AT

(e) B–1

(f ) BTAT

(g) A2 + B2 – AB

(h) determinant of A, determinant of B and determinant of AB.

Experiment 4: Implement various 2-D and 3-D plotting commands using different functions.
Experiment 5: Implement trigonometric and mathematical functions using matlab program.
Experiment 6: Compute the following examples:
(a) Find 7*((6^(1/2)-1)/((8^(1/2)+1)^2))-1
(b) Find the area of circle with r=pi^(1/4)-1

Experiment 7: Development of the velocity profile for laminar flow started from rest by an
applied pressure gradient in a pipe.

Experiment 8: Modeling the heat transfer equation as a function of thickness and thermal
condition.

Experiment 9:
a) Write a program to enter an array of elements and print the largest number using for
loop.
b) Write a program to enter an array of elements and print the smallest number using for
loop.
Experiment 10: To develop and execute a program using function calls.
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Experiment 11 : Develop a program to examine transient heat conduction time and temperature
distributions in a semi-infinite solid.
Experiment 12: Design a program to compute the velocity profile of viscous fluid across the
radius of pipe.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

Experiment 1: To familiarize with the MATLAB fundamentals and basic functions.


Experiment 2: To develop program using various arithmetic operations.

Experiment 3: Consider the two matrices:

101 742
A=[ 2 3 4 ] and B= [ 3 5 6 ]
−1 6 7 −1 2 1
Using MATLAB, determine the following:

(a) A + B

(b) AB

(c) A2

(d) AT

(e) B–1

(f ) BTAT

(g) A2 + B2 – AB

(h) determinant of A, determinant of B and determinant of AB.

Experiment 4: Implement various plotting commands using any function.


Experiment 5: Implement trigonometric and mathematical functions using matlab program.
Experiment 6: Compute the following examples:
(a) Find 7*((6^(1/2)-1)/((8^(1/2)+1)^2))-1
(b) Find the area of circle with r=pi^(1/4)-1

Experiment 7:
c) Write a program to enter an array of elements and print the largest number using for
loop.
d) Write a program to enter an array of elements and print the smallest number using for
loop.
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Experiment 8:
a) Write a program to sort an array in ascending order using for loop.
b) Write a program to sort an array in descending order using for loop.
c) Write a program to find the factorial of a number using for loop.

Experiment 9:
a) Write a program for sorting an array using while loop.
b) Write a program to print Fibonacci series using while loop.

Experiment 10: To generate various types of signals:


a. Unit impulse

b. Unit Step

c. Unit Ramp

d. Exponential

Experiment 11: To develop and execute a program using function calls.


Experiment 12: Implement various 2D and 3D plot commands.
a) Plot the parametric space curve of
x(t)=t
y ( t ) = t2
z ( t ) = t3 ; 0 ≤ t ≤ 1.0

b) z = –7 / (1+ x2 + y2); | x | ≤ 5, | y | ≤ 5
Experiment 13: Development of the velocity profile for laminar flow started from rest by an
applied pressure gradient in a pipe.

Experiment 14: Modeling the heat transfer equation as a function of thickness and thermal
condition.

Experiment 15: Design a program to compute the velocity profile of viscous fluid across the
radius of pipe.
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`Subject Mechanical Measurement and Metrology L T P C


Code Total Contact Hours : 27Hours
(MEY-262) 1 1 0 1.5
Prerequisite: None
Marks-100
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Internal-40 External-60
Course Objective
 To understand the basic principles, construction and working of engineering mechanical
measurement science and to acquire proficiency in using, calibrating various
measurement systems

Unit Course Outcome


To understand the basic concept of mechanical measurement and to impart knowledge
I about errors in measurement.
To Study the basic principles of different measuring instruments.
It will ease the individuals in selection of gauges according to the process requirements
II
To learn how to measure surface roughness of the surface
To measure temperature by different techniques
III
To measure the Shaft Power

Detailed Contents:
UNIT-1
1. General Concepts
Objectives of Metrology, Classification of methods of measurements, Requirements of an Inspection tool,
Standardization and standardization organization,Sources of Errors, Accuracy and Precision, Optical Principles(4)

2. Linear Measurement
Line graduated measuring instruments, Steel rule, Calipers, Surface plate,Engineer’s square, Radius Gauges, Feeler
gauges, , Slip Gauge,Pitch screw gauge, Vernier Instruments, Vernier height and depth gauge, Micrometers.
(5)
UNIT-2
3. Angular Measurement and Dial indicators
Vernier and optical bevel protractor, Sine bars, Clinometers, V- Block, Angle gauges, Angle plates, Spirit level, Dial
Indicators, Classification and Working mechanism of dial indicators and its applications. (4)

4. Measurement of Surface finish


Introduction, Basic components of surface topography, Methods of measuring surface finish, Direct instrument
method, Replica method, Analysis of surface traces, Assessment of Surface roughness.(5)
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UNIT-3
5. Limit, fits,Tolerance and Comparators
Tolerances, Basic terms used in defining tolerances, Limits of Size, ISO system of limits and fits, GO and NO-GO
gauges, Characteristics of Comparators; Its applications, Mechanical comparators, Mechanical optical comparators,
Electrical and electronic comparators, Pneumatic comparators(4)

6. Temperature and Power measurement


Liquid-in-glass thermometer; thermo-electric sensors - common thermo couple and its types, metal resistance
thermometers and Thermistors; Dynamometers; Transmission type and Absorption Type. (5)

Note for Paper setter:


The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.

Text Books:

1. Mechanical Measurements, Thomas G. Backwith, Roy D. Marangoni, John H. Lienhard V, Sixth


Edition, Pearson education international, 2007.
2. Metrology and Measurement, Anand K. Bewoor, Vinay A. Kulkarni, Tata Mac-Graw Hill
Publishers, 2009
3. I C Gupta, “Engineering Metrology”, 5th Edition, DanapathRai& Co, 2008.
4. P. N. Rao, “CAD/CAM Principles and Applications”. 2nd Edition, 2008.

References:

1. R.K. Jain, “Engineering Metrology”. 20th Edition, Khanna Publishers, 2007.


2. M. Mahajan, “Engineering Metrology”, DhanapatiRai publications, 2007.

Mechanical Measurement &Metrology


Department Teaching
Department of Mechanical Engineering
the Subject
a b C d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
Mapping of Course
outcome with Program I II III III
outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training
x
Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies……..
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Instructions for the Paper-Setter


Please go through these instructions thoroughly and follow the same pattern while setting the
paper as the students have been prepared according to this format.
Maximum Marks = 60 Time: 3 Hrs
Weightage per unit = 20 marks (excluding over attempt weightage)
1. Question Paper will consist of ten questions.
2. Section A of question paper is compulsory, containing five parts each of 2 marks covering the
whole syllabus (short answer type- total 10 marks)
3. Set three questions from each unit I, II and III. Students will attempt 5 questions selecting
atleast one question from sections B, C & D. Each question carries 10 marks. Questions of
Section B will be from unit I, Questions of Section C from unit II and Questions of section D
from unit III.
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CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, GHARUAN
VERBAL ABILITY -II L T P C
Total Contact Hours - 30
PCY-251 Applicable to all branches of Engineering - 4th 2 0 0 2
sem(Batch- 2014)
Prerequisite -Studied English Language upto senior secondary
Marks
Internal - 40 External - 60
Course Objective
Course Outcome- To prepare good written communication skills essential to become
Unit
successful in professional life.
1. To improve grammatical errors through practice.

2. To make the students think logically and critically, then speak their thoughts cohesively.

Unit-I (10 hrs)

1. Vocabulary:
 One word substitutes, Confusing Words, Homonyms, homophones
 All the words from G to L with their synonyms & antonyms
 Idioms and phrases
 Difference between Idioms and phrases
 Common Examples
 Different exercises
2. Reading comprehension
 Elements of reading comprehension- vocabulary knowledge or text comprehension,
Importance of reading comprehension
 Types of reading comprehension
 Lexical
 Literal
 Interpretive
 Applied
 Affective
 7 Types of reading comprehension questions- universal, specific, vocab in context,
inference, application and tone, Comprehension strategies (schema theory), Books to be
referred to the students i.e. . Journals, Novels, Newspapers, Online Blogs.

Unit-II (10 hrs)


1. Sentence correction: Parts of speech, Subject verb agreement, Tenses, Modals, Vocabulary
2. Paragraph writing or story building exercise on the basis of the following parameters:
Vocabulary section, Parts of speech, Idioms and phrases, Subject verb agreement

Unit-III (10 hrs)


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1. Sentence improvement: Types of sentences, Tips to spot the correct option, Practice exercise
2. Completing statements/Fill Ups: Using best vocabulary skills to complete the sentence, Using
proper grammar to fill up the blanks, Practice exercises

Text Books:
1. Verbal Ability - Workbook, Chandigarh University.

Reference Books -
1. Murphy, R; English Grammar in Use -Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Learners of
English, Cambridge University Press (2012).
2. Hewing, Martin; Advanced English Grammar, Cambridge University Press (2013).

PCY-251 VERBAL ABILITY-II


Department Teaching the
Communication Skills
Subject
a b c d e f g h i j k
Program Outcome
x x
Mapping of Course outcome
1-3 2
with Program outcome
Project/
BS ES PD PC PE OE
Category Training

Approval Date of meeting of the Board of Studies

The students outcomes are:


a) An ability to apply to apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering.
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs without realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health & safety,
manufacturability and sustainability.
d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e) An ability to identify formulates and solves engineering problems.
f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g) An ability to communication effectively.
h) The board education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global,
economic, environmental and societal context.
i) Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j) Knowledge of contemporary issues.
k) An ability to use the techniques skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice.
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Subject L T P C
Programming Language
Code
Total Contact Hours : 45Hours
(PCY-254) 0 0 2 2
nd
Common to all Specializations of 2 Year

Marks-100

Internal-60 External-40

Course Objectives

 To understand object oriented programming concepts.


 To differentiate between object oriented and procedural concepts.
 To understand the Concept of classes, objects, constructors, destructors, inheritance,
operator overloading and polymorphism, pointers, virtual functions, templates, exception
handling, file, file operations and handling.
Unit Course Outcomes

 To understand object oriented programming concepts.


I.

II.  To differentiate between object oriented and procedural concepts.

To understand the Concept of classes, objects, constructors, destructors, inheritance,


III. operator overloading and polymorphism, pointers, virtual functions, templates,
exception handling, file, file operations and handling.

Unit-I
1. Write a program to print prime numbers between 1 to 100.
2. Write a program to find whether a given number is palindrome or not. (For Ex-
2112 is palindrome)
3. Write a program to find whether a given string is palindrome or not. (For Ex-
“MADAM” is palindrome)
4. Write a program to find frequency of characters in a string( i.e. which character is present
how many times in a string.).
5. Write a program to check leap year, year wil l be entered by the user.
6. Write a program to find HCF and LCM of 2 numbers.
7. Write a program to print below pattern.
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8. Write a program to print below pattern.

9. Write a program to print Floyd’s triangle.

10. Write a program to print Pascal triangle.

Unit-II
11. Write a program which takes two n*n matrices where n will be specified by
the user. Write a method which does summation of both matrices and store the result in
third matrix also display the resultant matrix.
12. Write a program which takes two n*n matrices where n will be specified by the user.
Write a method which does multiplication of both matrices and store the result in third
matrix also display the resultant matrix.
13. Write a program to convert decimal number into binary.
14. WAP to generate the Fibonacci series up to user specified limit using recursive function.
15. Write a program to print largest and smallest number in an array.
16. Write a program to add 2 arrays and store in third array using pointers.
17. Define the structure called student having properties like stud_id, stud_name,
stud_branch, and email_add. Write a program which takes the details of 5 students and
print them on console screen.
18. Write a program having class calculator, such that the function addition, subtraction are
defined inside a class and multiplication and division are defined outside the class.
19. Create a class student and functions to get and print data like name, rollno, address, age,
etc of 4 students.
20. Write a program which takes 10 integer numbers from user. Save all the
positive numbers to one file, all the negative numbers to another file.
Unit-III
21. Write a program to demonstrate constructor overloading in a class.
22. Write a program to demonstrate function overloading in a class.
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23. Write a program to define a static data member which has the initial value of 55 and to
find the sum of the following series. Sum=1+2+3+4+…………10.
The addition of series is to be repeated five times.
24. Write a program for addition of complex numbers by overloading binary operator.
25. Write a program to demonstrate the overloading of increment and decrement operator.
26. Write a program to access the private data of a class by non-member function through
friend function.
27. Write a program to read the derived class data members such as name, roll no, sex,
marks and displays it on screen. The program should follow single inheritance concept.
28. Write a program having three classes Person, Student and Exam. The Person class is
the base class, Student class is derived from Person and Exam class is derived from
Student.
29. Write a program that shows order of execution of base and derived class constructors
and destructors using inheritance.
30. Write a program to display the concept of virtual functions.
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5TH SEMESTER
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NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGG. (AMT 301)


Internal Marks : 40 Credits : 3.5
External Marks : 60 L T P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours 3 1 0
Course Objectives: The generality with which the techniques will be presented in this course will
make them applicable to a wide range of fields. This is a course in the basic tools of numerical
analysis that can be used to address analytically intractable problems of engineering.
Unit Course Outcomes:
To understand the basic concept of Error Analysis and Eigen vectors whereas
I application of Linear Equations is also the aim of subject.

To aware the students about Newton-Raphson, Iterative methods and the basic of
II
Interpolations
To familiarize the theories of Differentiation and Integration with the help of
III numerical methods.
Detailed Contents:
UNIT- I
1. Error Analysis: Types of errors, Propagation of errors, Correct and Significant digits (3)
2. Solution of System of Linear Equations: Exact methods: LU-decomposition, Gauss-
elimination methods without and with partial pivoting. Iterative methods: Gauss-Jacobi
and Gauss-Seidal methods, Matrix norm, Condition number and Ill-conditioning. (4)
3 Eigen values and Eigen vectors: Largest and Smallest eigen values and eigen vectors
by power method (8)
UNIT - II
4. Roots of Non-linear Equations: Bisection, Regula Falsi, Newton–Raphson methods,
Direct Iterative method with convergence criterion, Extension of Newton-Raphson and
Iterative methods for two variables. (7)
5. Finite Differences and Divided Differences: Operators, Difference table, Divided
differences with properties. (4)
6. Interpolation: Interpolation Formulae: Newton’s forward, backward, Stirling’s and
Bessel’s formulae, Newton’s divided difference and Lagrange’s formulae (4)
UNIT - III
7. Numerical Differentiation: Various formulae for first and second derivative with
errors. (4)
8. Numerical Integration: Newton-Cotes formulae, General quadrature formula for
equidistant ordinates, Trapezoidal, Simpson’s 1/3 and 3/8 rules with their geometrical
interpretations & errors. (4)
9. Numerical solution of ODE : Picard, Taylor series, Modified-Euler, Fourth order
Runge-Kutta methods . (5)
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Note for Paper setter: The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions
from each unit and one compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer
questions. The compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt
six questions in all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions
from each unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1 S.S. Sastry, Introductory Methods Of Numerical Analysis, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. (2007),
ISBN-13: 978-8120327610.
2. B.S. Grewal, Numerical Methods In Engineering & Science With Programs In Fortran 77, C & C++,
KhannaPublishers (2008), ISBN-13: 978-8174091468.
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HEAT TRANSFER (MET-302)


Internal Marks : 40 Credits : 4
External Marks : 60 L T P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours 3 2 0
Course Objectives: To understand the basic principles of heat and mass transfer and to provide knowledge on
heat transfer parameter while designing mechanical systems.
Unit Course Outcome
To understand the basic concept of heat transfer and to impart knowledge about heat extended
I
surfaces (fins).
To aware the students about different modes of heat transfer with the help of Heat Convection and
II
Thermal Radiation.
III To familiarize the concept of Heat Exchangers and Mass Transfer.
Detailed Contents:
UNIT- I
1. Introduction: Modes of energy transfer, heat, heat transfer, difference between thermodynamics
and heat transfer, heat transfer rate, heat flux, significance of heat transfer, application areas of heat
transfer, heat transfer mechanisms, Fourier's law, thermal conductivity, Newton's law of cooling,
convection coefficient, radiation, steady and unsteady heat transfer. (8)
2. Heat Conduction: Thermal resistance, thermal diffusivity, thermal conductivity and diffusivity
comparison, measurement of thermal conductivity, general heat conduction equation in rectangular,
polar and spherical co-ordinates, one dimensional heat conduction, variable thermal conductivity,
composite walls, overall heat transfer coefficient, conduction through cylindrical wall (single layer and
composite layer), critical insulation thickness. (8)
UNIT- II
3. Theory of Extended surfaces: Introduction to fins, type of fins, uniform and varying cross-
sectional area, infinite long fin, fin with and without heat transfer at open end, optimum design of
straight fin having different cross-section profile, fin effectiveness and fin efficiency of rectangular
and circular fins. (7)
4. Heat Convection: Introduction to natural and forced convection, momentum and energy equation,
dimensional analysis, dimensional less parameter and their significance, free and force convection over a
flat plate, pipes and spheres in various orientations and their empirical equations, boiling and
condensation heat transfer, thermal boundary layer. (10)
UNIT - III
5. Thermal Radiation: Introduction, laws of radiation, intensity of radiation, radiating surfaces ,diffuse
surface and specular surface, absorbity, emissive power, reflectivity, transmissivity, monochromatic and
total emissivity, heat transfer between surfaces, shape factor, Hottel's crossed string methods, Lambert
cosine law, Kirchhoff's law electrical network method and radiation shields. (9)
6. Heat Exchangers: Introduction and classification, overall heat transfer coefficient, fouling factors,
temperature distribution in parallel and counter flow heat exchanger, LMTD method, correction factor,
NTU method, effectiveness, capacity ratio, compact heat exchanger. (8)
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Note for Paper setter: The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions
from each unit and one compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer
questions. The compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt
six questions in all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions
from each unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1. Holman, J.P., Heat Transfer, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Singapore (2008).
2. Cengel, Y., Heat Transfer- A practical approach, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi (2007).
Reference Books:
1. Incropera, F.P. and DeWitt, D.P., Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, John Wiley and
Sons, Singapore (2006).
2. Krieth, F and Bohn, M., Principles of Heat Transfer, Thomson Learning, Australia (2002).
3. Long, C., Essential Heat Transfer, Pearson Education Asia, New Delhi (1999).
4. Adrian Bejan, Allan D. Kraus, Heat Transfer Handbook, John Wiley & Sons (2003)
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DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS (MET303)

Internal Marks : 40 Credits : 4


External Marks : 60 L T P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours 4 2 0
Course Objectives: To study the basics concepts of design considerations of different machine elements
by using the concept of forces and stresses.
Unit Course Outcome
To understand the basic concept of design & basic procedure and to study the concept of
I
different fasteners like rivets, bolts & welds.
To aware the students about design of joints, transmission Shaft
II
and couplings of different machine elements.
To make familiarize about the stresses developed in the different pipe joints and lever of
III
any machine.
5. Detailed Contents:
UNIT- I
1. Definition and understanding of various types of design, Elaborated Design process
,Systematic design conceptualization, product design definition, underlying principles
of design in ergonomics, free body diagram for components design . (4)
2. General Design Considerations:
Concept of tearing, bearing, shearing, crushing, bending, Selectionof materials, Basic criteria
of selectionof material, their designation, mechanical properties of those materials in brief.
Study of Stress concentration, factor of safety under different load conditions. (5)
3. Design of fasteners. RIVETS: Design of rivets for boiler joints, lozenge joints (uniform
strength joint), eccentrically loaded riveted joints
BOLTS: Understanding the various stresses/ failure in bolted joints, design of cylindrical
covers, basic and eccentrically loads
WELDS: Design for various loading conditions in torsion, shear or direct load, eccentrically
loaded welded joints (10)
UNIT- II
4. Design of spigot and socket cotter joint, Gib Cotter joint and knuckle joint. (6)
5. Design of Transmission Shaft: Design of both solid and hollow shafts for
transmission of torque, bending moments and axial forces, Design of shaft for critically
speed, Design of shaft for rigidity and Design of stepped shafts for assembly. (8)
6. Design of Keys and Couplings: Design of sunk keys under crushing and shearing, design of
splines (4)
UNIT- III
7. Design of Coupling : design of sleeve and solid muff coupling, clamp or compression
coupling, rigid and flexible flange coupling, design of universal joint (8)
5. Lever design: Basic lever design, design of foot and hand lever, cranked lever, bell lever,
safety valve lever and shoe brake lever (6)
6. Design of Pipe Joints: Stresses in pipe joints, design of circular flange pipe joint, oval flanged
pipe joints, square flange pipe joint. (6)
Note for Paper setter: The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three
questions from each unit and one compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of
short answer questions. The compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be
required to attempt six questions in all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt
maximum two questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books: Aggarwal.D.K, Machine Design
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Khurmi R.S, Machine Design
Reference Books:
1. Shigley, Tata McGraw hill, Machine Design
2. Juvinal, John-Wiley Publishers, Machine Design
3. Machine Design Data Book by V.K.Jadon (IK International Publications)
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OPERATIONS RESEARCH (MET304)


Credits: 3.5
Internal Marks: 40 L T P
External Marks: 60 3 1 0
Course Objectives: To identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of
the real system and to apply the mathematical tools which are needed to solve optimization problems.
Unit Course Outcome
To understand the basic concept of operational research & its applications with the help of linear
I
programming and transportation problem
To aware the students about Forecasting methods and to solve the numeric problems of
II
Sequencing.
To make familiarize about the Queuing Theory and its applications, to derive the concept of
III
Project Management
Detailed Contents:
UNIT - I
Introduction to the operational research & its applications
Linear programming: Mathematical formulations of LP Models for product-mix problems;
graphical and simplex method of solving LP problems; sensitivity analysis; duality
Transportation problem: Various method of finding Initial basic feasible solution and optimal
cost
UNIT - II
Assignment model: Algorithm and its applications
Forecasting: Introduction to forecasting, need or advantage of forecasting, forecasting methods:
qualitative and quantitative methods.
Sequencing Problem: Johnsons Algorithm for n Jobs and Two machines, n Jobs and Three
Machines, Two jobs and m Machines Problems.
UNIT - III
Queuing Theory: Characteristics of M/M/I Queue model; Application of Poisson and
Exponential distribution in estimating Arrival Rate and Service Rate; Applications of Queue
model for better service to the customers
Project Management: Rules for drawing the network diagram, Application of CPM and PERT
techniques in project planning and control; Crashing and resource leveling of operations
Simulation and its uses in Queuing theory & Materials Management

Text/Reference Books:
1) Vohra- Quantitative Techniques in Management (Tata McGraw-Hill, 2nd edition), 2003.
2)P.K. Gupta and D.S. Hira,Operations Research S. Chand & Co.
3) Kothari- Quantitative Techniques 1996,
4) Akhilesh K B and Balasubramanyam S- Quantitative Techniques
5) J K Sharma- Operations Research (Pearson)
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FLUID MACHINERY L T P C
MET305 Total Contact Hours : 48 Hours 3.
3 1 0
Prerequisite: None 5
Max. Marks-100 Internal-40 External-60 Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Course Objectives: To understand the underlying principles of working and reaction forces
exerted by hydraulic devices mainly the pumps and turbine(blades)
Unit Course Outcomes:
To understand the basic concept of turbo machine and its components, details of impulse
I
and reaction turbines.
II To aware the students about centrifugal pumps and its operational failures.
To make familiarize about the different Hydraulic Devices like torque converter, vane
III
pump etc.
Detailed contents:
UNIT-I
1. General Concepts (8 Hrs): Impulse momentum principle; jet impingement on stationary,
moving flat and curved plates, force exerted, work done and efficiency of jet. Basic components
of a turbo machine and its classification.
2. Hydraulic Turbines (8 Hrs): Classification of Hydraulic turbines,velocity triangles for
different runners, work output; Effective head, available power and efficiency; design aspects for
impulse and reaction turbines. Draft tube, surge tank.
UNIT-II
3. Centrifugal Pump (8 Hrs): Various types and classification, manometric head; vane shape;
pump output and efficiency; minimum starting speed and impeller diameters at the inner and
outer periphery; Priming, Operation in series and parallel, submersible pumps.
4. Similarity Relations (8 Hrs): Unit quantities, specific speed, cavitation, Concept of Net
Positive Suction Head (NPSH), Pump problems and its remedies.
UNIT-III
5. Reciprocating Pump (8 Hrs): Indicator diagram, work, efficiency, acceleration and friction
effect, air vessel.
6. Other Hydraulic Devices (8 Hrs): Hydraulic ram, airlift pump, jet pump, accumulator, fluid
coupling and torque converter, vane pump.
Text Books:
1 White, F.M., Viscous fluid flow, McGraw Hill, New York(2006).
2Wright, T., Fluid Machinery, CRC Press, USA(2009).
Reference Books:
1 Douglas J. F., Gasiorek, J. M. and J.A. Swaffield, Fluid Mechanics, Addison-Wesley
Longman Inc., Edinburgh, U.K (1995).
2. Rattan, S.S, Fluid Mahines and Hydraulic Machines, Khanna Publishers,New Delhi(2004)
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HEAT TRANSFER LAB (MEP307)


Internal Marks : 40 Credit : 1
External Marks : 60 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

Lab. Objectives: To develop a concrete understanding of heat transfer with the help of practical
aspects of different modes of heat transfer and to formulate the heat transfer analysis for a given
engineering problems by applying the appropriate equations and/or correlations. Also to develop
practical problem solving skills including conceptual analytical solutions.

List of experiments:
1 To determine the thermal conductivity of metal bar
2 To determine the thermal conductivity of insulating powder
3 To analyse conduction heat transfer in composite wall
4 To demonstrate experimentally convection heat transfer in natural convection
5 To examine the convection heat transfer in forced convection
6 To analyse radiation heat transfer by black body
7 To analyse conduction heat transfer from pin fin
8 To demonstrate experimentally heat transfer through lagged pipe
9 To examine the heat transfer phenomenon in parallel/ counter arrangement
10 To find out Stefan Boltzmen constant experimentally
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FLUID MACHINERY LAB (MEP308)


Internal Marks : 60 Credit : 1
External Marks : 40 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

Lab. Objectives: To prepare the students for analyzing the characteristics performance of
different hydraulic systems like turbine, pump, centrifugal blower, Hydraulic ram etc. with the
help of practical approach.

List of Experiments
1. Performance studies of Pelton wheel.
2. Performance studies of Francis turbine.
3. To study the characteristics of centrifugal pump.
4. To study the characteristics of reciprocating pump.
5. Performance of submersible pump test rig.
6. To study the characteristics of Hydraulic ram.
7. To study the characteristics of centrifugal blower
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AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
MEY-311
Internal Marks : 40 Credits : 3
External Marks : 60 L T P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours 3 0 0
Course Objectives
 To study the basics parts of an automobile in detail like power transmission and power control
systems and to impart the knowledge of recent trends in automobiles.
Unit Course Outcome
To understand the basic concept of Automobile and Internal Combustion Engines with
I the help of different parts.

To aware the students about control systems of automobiles by imparting


II
knowledge about transmission and suspension system, brakes and steering etc.
To make familiarize about the new advancements in Automobile with the help of
III newAlternative Energy Sources and about the concept of emission control.

Detailed Contents:
UNIT - I
1. Automobile basic
Components of automobile, basic structure, classification of automobile, body styles, frame and frameless
construction.
2. Internal Combustion Engines
Classification of IC engines, different parts of IC engine, working cycles, Spark plug, carburetor, fuel
pump, injectors, valves, cooling system, lubrication system, turbocharger, supercharger, throttle body and
multi point fuel injection system (MPFI), Battery coil ignition system and Magneto Ignition system.
Power requirements, motion resistance and power loss, tractive effort, and vehicle performance curves,
selection of power unit and engine performance characteristics

UNIT - II
3. Transmission system
Functions of transmission, necessity, types of transmission, sliding mesh, constant mesh, synchromesh,
selector mechanism, transfer box, automatic transmission, torque converter, overdrive, propeller shaft,
universal joint, final drive, differential, rear axle, rear axle drive. Requirements of clutches, types of
clutches, working of single plate, multiplate and centrifugal clutch, clutch operation, clutch plate, fluid
flywheel.
4. Suspension, Brakes and Steering
Steering geometry and types of steering gear box, Power Steering, Types of Front Axle, Types of
Suspension Systems, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Braking Systems, Antilock Braking System, Brake
efficiency and stooping distance, fading of brakes, wheel skidding, types of brakes, drum and disk brakes,
servo brakes.
UNIT - III
5. Modern trends in Automobile
Adaptive cruise control system, EBD (Electronic brake force distribution system), Traction control
system, Airbags, Electronic stability control system (ESC), Common Rail Direct Injection Diesel Engine,
TDI
6. Emission control & Alternative Energy Sources
Automotive air pollution, emission control, crank case emission, evaporative emission control, exhaust
emission control, catalytic converter. Use of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Liquefied Petroleum Gas
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(LPG), Bio-diesel, Bio-ethanol, and Hydrogen in Automobiles- Engine modifications required –
Performance, Electric and Hybrid Fuel Cell.
Note for Paper setter:
The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one
compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The
compulsory question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in
all including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit.
All questions carry equal marks.
BOOKS SUGGESTED:
1. Kripal Singh: Automobile Engineering, Vol. I & II, Standard Publication Distributor, Delhi
2. W.H.Crouse: Automotive Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill D. L. Anglin Publishing Co. Ltd. New Delhi
3 Heinz Heisler, ‘Advanced Engine Technology,” SAE International Publications, USA,1998 .
4 Dempsey, P.: Automotive Engines. 4. J. Heitner : Automotive Mechanics Affiliated East West
Press,New Delhi.
5. N.K.Giri : Problems in Automobile Mechanics, Khanna Publishers, Delhi.
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Sixth semester scheme


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MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS (MET351)

Internal Marks : 40 Credits : 3.5


External Marks : 60 L T P
Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours 3 1 0

Detailed Contents UNIT – 1


1. Fundamentals of Vibration
Importance and scope, Definition and terminology, Representation of harmonic motions: vector
and complex methods, Introduction to various types of vibrations and types of excitation,
Methods of vibration analysis.
2. Single Degree of Freedom System-Undamped Free Vibrations
D’Alemberts Principle, Energy method, Rayleigh method, simple applications of these methods,
Equivalent spring stiffness, Torsional vibrations.
3. Single Degree of Freedom System-Damped Free Vibrations
Damping models (viscous damping, structural damping, and coulomb damping), Over-damped
case, critically damped case, under-damped system, Logarithmic decrement.
UNIT – 2
4. Single Degree of Freedom System-Forced Vibrations
Solution for simple harmonic excitation, Steady state vibrations, Base excitation, Vibration
isolation and transmissibility, Vibration measuring instruments, Whirling of shaft without
friction.
5. Two Degree of Freedom Systems
(a) Undamped Vibrations
Normal modes vibrations, natural frequencies, Mode shapes, forced harmonic vibrations,
Torsional vibrations of two rotor systems.
(b) Applications
Dynamic vibration absorber, Centrifugal pendulum absorber, Torsional vibration absorber,
Untuned vibration damper.
UNIT – 3
6. Multi-Degree of Freedom Systems
Undamped free vibrations, Influence coefficients, Generalised coordinates, Orthogonality
principal, Matrix alteration methods,: Rayleigh and Dunkerley, Holzer's , stodola method, Eigen
values & eigen vectors.
7. Continuous Systems
Free vibration of the following for various end conditions:
Vibration of a string, Longitudinal vibrations of bar, Transverse vibration of beam, Torsional
vibrations of circular shaft.
Books
1. Mechanical Vibrations by GK Grover, Nem Chand and Bros., Roorkee.
2. Mechancial Vibrations by KK Pujara, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, Delhi.
3. Mechanical Vibrations by V.P.Singh, Dhanpat Rai and Co.(P) Ltd., Delhi.
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COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING L T P C


MET352 Total Contact Hours : 48 Hours
3 0 0 3
Prerequisite: None
Max. Marks-100 Internal-40 External-60 Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Course Objectives: To make students understand applications of computers to control various
machines
Unit Course Outcomes:
To analyze Basic concepts Computer Integrated Manufacturing.
I To be able to solve problems related Flexible Manufacturing Systems and group
technology
To be able to understand Geometric Transformations.
II
To be able to solve problems related Algebraic and geometric forms
To be able to understand fundamentals of CNC Machining.
III
To be able to understand Part Programming for CNC machines.

Detailed contents:
UNIT-I
1. Basic Concepts of CIM (6 Hrs): CIM Definition, The meaning of Manufacturing, Types of
Manufacturing systems; Need, Elements, Evolution of CIM; Benefits of CIM.
2. Flexible Manufacturing Systems (5 Hrs): Physical Components of an FMS. Types of
Flexibility, Layout Considerations; FMS benefits.
3. Group Technology (GT) (5 Hrs): Part families; part classification and coding system: Group
technology machine cells: Advantages of GT.
UNIT-II
4. Geometric Transformations (8 Hrs): 2-D rotation, Reflection, Scaling and combined
transformation, Homogeneous coordinates, 3-D scaling, shearing, rotation, reflection and
translation, combined transformations, Orthographic and perspective projections.
5. Reverse Engineering (8 Hrs): Scope and Tasks of Reverse Engineering, Introduction to
Tools for Reverse Engineering, Overview of Digitizing Techniques, Software’s and Its
Application , CMM and Its Feature Capturing.
UNIT-III
6. Fundamentals of CNC Machining (6 Hrs): Computer Numerical Control and Advanced
Steps to The Automated Industries, Principles of Numerical Control, Advantages and Limitation
of Numerical Control, Functions of CNC Machine Tools, Types of CNC System, CNC Control
Unit, Direct Numerical Control.
7. Part Programming for CNC machines (6 Hrs): Introduction to Part Programming,
Techniques of CNC Part Programming, Computer Numerical Control Codes, Absolute and
Incremental Coordinate System, Zero Point and Reference Point, Part Programming for Lathe
and Milling Machine, Automatically Programmed Tools.
8. Computer Aided Process planning (4 Hrs): Process Planning Function Capp, Role of Capp,
Approaches of Process Planning, Benefits If Process Planning.

Note for Paper setter: The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three
questions from each unit and one compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus &
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consisting of short answer questions. The compulsory question will be set as first question. The
students will be required to attempt six questions in all including the compulsory question. The
student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1. CAD/CAM Computer Aided and Manufacturing. by Mikell P. Groover and Emory W.
Zimmers, Jr., Eastern Economy Edition,PHI
2. CAD/ CAM , Theory & Practice. by Ibrahim Zeid, R. Sivasubramanian, Tata McGraw Hill
Publications
3. Computer Graphics. by Donald Hearn and M. Pauline Baker, Eastern Economy Edition
4. CAD/CAM Principles, Practice and Manufacturing Management. by Chris McMahon, Jimmie
Browne, Pearson Education
Reference Books:
1. CAD/CAM/CIM. by P. Radhakrishan, S. Subramanyan, V. Raju, New Age International
Publishers
2. CAD/CAM Principles and Applications. by P.N. Rao, Tata McGraw Hill Publications
3. Principle of Computer Graphics. by William .M. Neumann and Robert .F. Sproul, McGraw
Hill Book Co. Singapore.
4. David L. Goetsch, Fundamental of CIM technology ,Delmar publication
5. David Bedworth, Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing, McGraw Hill.
6. CNC Machines. by B.S. Pabla and M. Adithan, New Age International Publishers.
7. Numerical Control and Computer Aided Manufacturing. , T.K. Kundra, P.N. Rao, N.K.
Tiwari, Tata McGraw Hill
8. CNC Technology and Programming., Krar, S., and Gill, A., McGraw Hill publishers
9. Computer Integrated Manufacturing- An Introduction with Case Studies. by Paul G. Ranky,
Prentice Hall International
10. Flexible Manufacturing Systems. by H.K. Shivanand, M.M. Benal, V.Koti, New Age
International Publishers
11. "Automation, Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing ", Groover M.P.,
Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Ltd
12. Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics., Rogers D F I and Adams J A, McGraw-
Hill.
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REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING L T P C


MET354 Total Contact Hours : 48 Hours
3 1 0 3.5
Prerequisite: None
Max. Marks-100 Internal-40 External-60 Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Course Objectives: To understand the underlying principles of operation in different
Refrigeration & Air conditioning systems and components and to provide knowledge on design
aspects of Refrigeration & Air conditioning Systems.
Unit Course Outcomes:
To understand the basic concept of refrigeration cycle and their applications in different
I
areas.
To aware the students about Refrigeration System Components and applications of
II
refrigerants, its limitations for environment.
To make familiarize about the applications of Psychometric chart and to aware about the
III
process of Air conditioning systems.
Detailed Contents:
UNIT-I
1. Vapour Compression and Air Cycle Refrigeration (8 Hrs): Review of thermodynamic
principles of refrigeration, reversed Carnot cycle, air refrigeration cycle, aircraft refrigeration
cycle, vapour compression refrigeration cycle, actual vapour compression cycle, advanced
vapour compression refrigeration systems, compound compression and multi load systems.
2. Vapour Absorption and Unconventional Refrigeration Cycles (8 Hrs): Water vapour
refrigeration systems, steam jet refrigeration, thermo electric refrigeration, vapour absorption
refrigeration system, cryogenics refrigeration, cascade system.
UNIT-II
3. Refrigerants (8 Hrs): Desirable properties of common refrigerants, alternative refrigerants,
selection of refrigerants, refrigerator retrofitting procedure, impact on environment by traditional
refrigerants, concept of ozone depletion and global warming.
4. Refrigeration System Components and applications (8 Hrs): Compressors, expansion
devices, condensers, evaporators, Applications - ice plants, food storage, milk chilling plants.
UNIT-III
5. Psychometry (7 Hrs): Psychometric processes use of psychometric charts - grand and room
sensible heat factors - bypass factor - air washers, requirements of comfort air conditioning,
summer and winter Air conditioning.
6. Air conditioning systems (9 Hrs): Cooling load calculation, working principles of centralized
air conditioning systems, split, ductable split, packaged air conditioning, indoor air quality
concepts, location of air conditioning components in a car – Schematic layout, demonstration
and exposure of HVAC softwares related to psychometric processes & HVAC systems.

Note for Paper setter: The syllabus has been divided into three units. Paper setter will set three
questions from each unit and one compulsory question spread over the whole syllabus &
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consisting of short answer questions. The compulsory question will be set as first question. The
students will be required to attempt six questions in all including the compulsory question. The
student can attempt maximum two questions from each unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
1. Manohar Prasad, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Wiley Eastern Ltd., 1983
2. Arora C.P., Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1988.
Reference Books:
1. Stoecker N.F and Jones, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, TMH, New Delhi, 1982.
2. Roy. J. Dossat, Principles of Refrigeration, Pearson Education 1997
3. Jordon and Priester, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Prentice Hall of India, New
Delhi, 1985.
4. Dossat, R. J., Principles of Refrigeration, Pearson Education, Singapore (2004).
5. Ameen, A., Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi
(2004).
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MECHANICAL COMPONENT DESIGN L T P C


MET353 Total Contact Hours : 48 Hours
4 2 0 4
Prerequisite: None
Max. Marks-100 Internal-40 External-60 Duration of External Exam : 3 Hours
Course Objectives: To enhance the design knowledge and design skills of students so that they
become capable to convert their ideas into reality of technical world.
Unit Course Outcomes:
To understand the basic concept of springs and transmission of power with the help of belt,
I
rope and chain drives.
To aware the students about lubrication of machine elements and about the design concept
II
of Clutches & Brakes
To make familiarize about the design of gears and flywheel with the help of Lewis factor
III
and Buckingham theorem.
Detailed Contents:
UNIT-I
1. Springs (8 Hrs): Types of Springs, Design for helical springs against tension and their uses.
Compression and fluctuating loads, Design of leaf springs, Surging phenomenon in springs.
Design problem.
2. Belt, rope and chain drives (8 Hrs): Design of belt drives, Flat & V-belt drives, Conditions
for Transmission of max. Power, Selection of belt, design of rope drives.
UNIT-II
3. Bearings (8 Hrs): Design of pivot and collar bearing, Selection of ball and roller bearing
based on static and dynamic load carrying capacity using load life relationship, Selection of
bearings from manufacturer’s catalogue, types of lubrication – Boudary, mixed and
hydradynamic lubrication, Design of journal bearings using Raimondi and Boyd’s Charts,
Lubricants and their properties, Selection of suitable lubricants, Design Problems.
4. Clutches & Brakes (8 Hrs): Various types of clutches in use, Design of friction clutches,
Disc, ultidisc and Cone type. Various types of brakes, Self energizing condition of brakes,
Design of shoe brakes – Internal & external expanding, band brakes.
UNIT-III
5. Flywheel (7 Hrs): Turning Moment diagram, Coefficient of fluctuation of energy andspeed,
design of flywheel – solid disk and rimmed flywheels.
6. Gears (9 Hrs): Classification, Selection of gears, Terminology of gears, Force analysis,
Selection of material for gears, Beam and wear strength of gear tooth, form or Lewis factor for
gear tooth, Dynamic load on gear and Buckingham equation and Design of spur, helical, bevel &
worm gear including the consideration for maximum power transmitting capacity, Gear
Lubrication, Design Problems.

Note for Paper setter: Machine Design data book either Design data book compiled by PSG
Coimbatore or Design data book V. K. Jadan is allowed in the exam. The syllabus has been
divided into three units. Paper setter will set three questions from each unit and one compulsory
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question spread over the whole syllabus & consisting of short answer questions. The compulsory
question will be set as first question. The students will be required to attempt six questions in all
including the compulsory question. The student can attempt maximum two questions from each
unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Text Books:
Aggarwal.D.K, Machine Design
Khurmi R.S, Machine Design
Reference Books:
1. Shigley, Tata McGraw hill, Machine Design
2. Juvinal, John-Wiley Publishers, Machine Design
3. Machine Design Data Book by V.K. Jadon (IK International Publications)
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MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS LAB


(MEP356)
Internal Marks : 20 Credits : 1
External Marks : 30 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:
1. To study the torsional vibrations of single rotor system.
2. To study the free vibration of two rotor system and to determine the natural frequency of
vibration theoretically and experimentally.
3. To study the damped torsional oscillation and to determine the damping co-efficient.
4. To study the undamped free vibration of equivalent spring mass system.
5. To study the forced damped vibration of equivalent spring mass system.
6. To study the forced vibration of the beam for different damping.
7. Measurement of vibration parameters like frequency, amplitude, velocity, acceleration of any
vibrating system by using vibration measuring instruments.
8. Measurement of rolling element bearing damage by using vibration kit or (Detection and
diagnosis of rolling element bearing defects by using vibration kit).
9. To determine critical speed of single rotor system.
10. To determine damping ratio of a vibrating body by rap test.
11. Use instrumented impact hammer to find transfer function between two given points of a
structure.
12. To determine resonance frequency of transverse vibration of beam.
13. To control vibration in a spring mass system or beam.
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COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING LAB (MEP357)


Internal Marks : 60 Credit : 2
External Marks : 40 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

Lab. Objectives:The latest CNC/NC code generation will be pursued using CAD/CAM
packages.

Prerequisites: CAD modelling & assembly using a commercial CAD package

List of Experiments
1) To Exhibit the working of FMS Lab
2) To perform tool offset in case of CNC Mill.
3) To Perform work offset in case of CNC Mill.
4) To Perform work offset in case of CNC Lathe.
5) To Perform work offset in case of CNC Lathe.
6) To develop a program for CNC turning & perform simulation on software.
7.)To Execute a program on CNC turning & perform simulation on software
8) To develop a program for CNC Mill& perform simulation on software.
9). To Execute a program on vertical CNC Mill in Machine on Lathe Machine.
10) To design & develop a model using 3D printing.
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REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING LAB (MEP358)

Internal Marks : 60 Credit : 1


External Marks : 40 L T P
External Viva/Voce to be conducted 0 0 2

Lab Objectives: To analyse the different aspects of mechanical refrigerator systems with the
help of practical approach. Calculations and estimation of different technical terms like COP and
efficiency of cooling system would be imparted to the students.

List of experiments:
1. To study the various elements of a mechanical refrigerator system through cut sections
models / actual apparatus.
2. To study refrigeration cycle, and evaluation the coefficient of performance (COP) of a
cycle & tonnage capacity of refrigeration unit or domestic Refrigeration.

3. To evaluate the performance of domestic air conditioner.


4. To evaluate the performance of an Electrolux refrigerator.
5. To calculate the COP of an Ice Plant Tutor.
6. To find copy of year round in condition.
7. Visit to a HVAC plant for studying the various processes for winter and summer air
conditioning.
8. To calculate cop of water cooper unit.
9. To calculate cop of water to water Heat Pump.