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PROSPECTUS
(Revised Syllabus as per DGS Circular no.7 of 2012 dated 19th Jan 2012)

FOR

4 Year Residential Program


In
B.Tech (Marine Engineering)
2013

Department of Marine Engineering


U.V.Patel College of Engineering
Ganpat University, Ganpat VIdyanagar-384012
Mehsana-Gozaria Highway, Gujarat
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The Syllabus for the 4year “B.Tech (Marine Engineering)”


is according to the requirements of STCW conventions as
amended of IMO and that of the Directorate General of
Shipping, Government of India for competencies required for
―Officer in charge of an Engineering Watch‖.
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INDEX
Sr. Subject Code Subjects Page No.
No
1. Teaching and Examination Scheme i to iv
Semester –I
2. 2HS101 Mathematics – I 06
3. 2EC 101 Engineering Science 07
4. 2MR 101 Industrial Chemistry 09
5. 2HS103 Communication skills 11
6. 2ME101 Elements of Mechanical Engineering 13
7. 2EE 101 Elements of Electrical Engineering 15

Semester –II
8. 2CI102 Mechanics of solid 17
9. 2CE101 Computer Programming 19
10. 2HS102 Engg.Mathematics _II 21
11. 2CI101 Elements of Civil Engg 22
12. 2ME102 Engineering Graphics 24
13. 2ME103 Workshop practice-I 26

Semester –III
14. 2MR301 Workshop Technology 28
15. 2MR302 Seamanship & Survival at Sea 29
16. 2MR303 Ship Structure & Construction 31
17. 2MR304 Applied Thermodynamics –I 33
18. 2MR305 Electrical Machines 35
19. 2MR306 Engineering Mechanics 36
20. 2MR307 Strength of Material 38
21. 2MR308 Workshop Practice II 40
22. 2MR309 General Performance 41

Semester – IV
23. 2MR401 Alternators & Motors 42
24. 2MR402 Ship Fire Prevention & Control 44
25. 2MR403 Maths- III 46
26. 2MR404 Engineering Materials 48
27. 2MR405 Mechanics Of Machines 50
28. 2MR 406 Applied Thermodynamics –II 51
29. 2MR407 Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics 52
30. 2MR408 Machine Design and Drawing 54
31. 2MR409 Workshop Practice III 56
32. 2MR410 General Performance 57
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Semester –V
33. 2MR501 Marine Internal Combustion Engine I 58
34. 2MR502 Marine Auxiliary Machines I 60
35. 2MR503 Naval Architecture I 62
36. 2MR504 Dynamics Of Vibration 64
37. 2MR505 Marine Electro Technology 66
38. 2MR506 Electronics 68
39. 2MR507 Marine Heat Engines 70
40. 2MR508 Marine Power Plant Operation I 71
41. 2MR509 Workshop Practice IV 72
42. 2MR510 General Performance 73

Semester- VI
43. 2MR601 Refrigeration & Air Cond. 74
44. 2MR602 Marine Control Engineering –I 75
45. 2MR603 Marine Internal Combustion Engine II 77
46. 2MR604 Marine Auxiliary Machines II 79
47. 2MR605 Naval Architecture II 81
48. 2MR606 Marine Boilers &Steam Engineering 82
49. 2MR607 Marine Engineering Drawing 84
50. 2MR608 Marine Power Plant Operation II 86
51. 2MR609 General Performance 87

Semester – VII
52. 2MR701 Elective 88
53. 2MR702 Watch keeping & Engine Room Management 89
54. 2MR703 Marine Control Engineering –II 92
55. 2MR704 Simulator and Control Laboratory 94
56. 2MR705 IMO & Conventions 95
57. 2MR706 Principles of Management &Economics 97
58. 2MR707 Advanced Marine Technology 99
59. 2MR708 Ship Operation &Management 100
60. 2MR709 Marine Machinery Design 102
61. 2MR710 Project & Technical Paper 104
62. 2MR711 General Performance 105

Semester- VIII
63. 2MR801 Afloat Training
64. 2MR802 Voyage Report
106-107
65. 2MR803 Project n Seminar
66. 2MR804 Viva voice
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Pool of Elective Subjects


67. 2MR701 A Maritime Law 109
68. 2MR701 B Transport & Logistic Management 110
69. 2MR701 C CAD,CAM 111
70. 2MR701 D Advanced Marine Heat Engines 112
71. 2MR701 E Oceanography 113
72. 2MR701 F Advanced Material Science & Surface 114
Coating Engineering
73. 2MR 701G Quality Management 115

General Performance Marks


74. Award of General Performance Marks 116
75. Distribution of General Performance Marks ( Group A,B and C) 117
76. Distribution of Performance Marks for defaulters ( Group A) 118
77. Distribution of Performance Marks (Group B &C) 119
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. I (Marine Engineering)
2HS 101: Engineering Mathematics – I

Examination Scheme ( Marks)


Teaching Scheme Credit Theory
Int. Sem. End Practica Total
Pra/ l / TW
Lect Tu Prac. Tot Theory Total Asse Mark
TW Hrs
Hrs Hrs Hrs al ss s
03 01 00 04 03 01 04 30 70 3 - 100

Unit Topics Lectures


No (Hours)
Differential Calculus:
Review of the prerequisites such as limits of sequences and functions,
1 10
continuity, uniform continuity and differentiability. Successive differentiation,
Leibnitz‘s theorem, Taylor's & Maclaurin's expansions, Indeterminate forms.
Mean value theorems:
2 Rolle‘s theorem, Lagrange‘s Mean value theorem, Cauchy‘s Mean value 6
theorem.
Partial differentiation and its applications:
Partial and total differential coefficient, Eulers theorem, Transformations,
Geometrical interpretation of partial derivatives, Tangent plane and Normal
3 10
line, Jacobians, Taylors expansion for two variables, Errors and
approximations, Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables ,Lagranges
method of undetermined multipliers to determine stationary values.
Matrix Algebra:
Elementary transformations & rank, inverse by Gauss-Jordan Method, normal
4 15
form of a matrix, consistency of system of linear equations, Linear dependent
and Linear independent vectors. Eigen values and eigen vector.
Infinite Series:
Definition, Comparison test, Caucheys integral test, ratio test, root test, Leibnitz
5 8
rule for alternating series, power series, range of convergence, uniform
convergence.
Analytical Solid Geometry:
Coordinate system, Cartesian, Cylindrical Polar and Spherical Polar
6 5
(Transformation from one to another system), Quadric Surfaces and their
equations
Total 54

Reference Books:
(1) Higher Engineering Mathematics by Dr. B. S. Grewal
(2) Higher Engineering Mathematics Vol. I & II by Dr. K. R. Kachot.
(3) Calculus and analytical geometry by G. B. Thomas and R. L. Finney
(4) Higher Engineering Mathematics by G. C. Patel, Dr. T. A. Desai, P.A.Patel
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. I (Marine Engineering)
2EC 101: Engineering Science

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End Grand
Pract./ TW
Lect. Pract. Total Int. Total
Tu Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses.
04 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Lectures
Topics
No. (Hours)
Thermal Physics:
Introduction, Joule-Thomson Effect, Thermometry, Conduction, Convection,
1 8
Radiation, Thermal Conductivity of material, Concept of heat and work, Laws
related to thermodynamic radiation, Entropy
Optics:
Introduction, Different theories based on the properties of light, Reflection,
2 8
Refraction, Dispersion, Absorption, Lasers and Fiber Optics- Introduction and
applications, Photoelectric Effects and its applications
Acoustics:
3 Introduction, Parameters associated with sound wave, Doppler effects, Introduction 7
to Ultrasonic and its applications
Magnetics:
4 Introduction, Magnetic dipole moment, Magnetic field, Classification of magnetic 8
materials, Ferromagnetism, Diamagnetism, Application of magnetic materials
Modern Physics:
Introduction, Nucleus, Introduction to cosmic rays, Introduction to X- rays and Its
5 applications, Introduction to Nano-technology and Nano-materials, Its properties and 8
application,Introduction and Applications of Plasma Physics, Superconducting
material
Semiconductors and Diode Theory:
Conductors, Semiconductors, silicon crystals, intrinsic semiconductors, doping,
6 types of semiconductors, biasing, Breakdown, energy levels and hill, barrier 13
potential, biasing of diode, diode approximations, trouble shooting, up down circuit
Analysis, reading a data sheet, resistances of diode
Diode Circuits:
Half wave rectifier, transformer, full wave rectifier, bridge rectifier, choke input
7 12
filter, capacitor input filter, Peak inverse voltage and surge, other power supply
topics, trouble shooting, clippers and limiters, Clampers, voltage multipliers
Bipolar Transistors:
Transistor construction, transistor operation, unbiased transistor, biased transistor,
8 8
transistor currents, CE configuration, base curve and collector curves, transistor
approximation, reading data sheets, Trouble shooting, transistor testing
Total 72

REFERENCE BOOKS:

(1) Modern Engineering Physics by A.S.Vasudeva Pub: S. Chand


(2) Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnik, Walker Pub: Willey
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(3) A Text book of Engineering Physics by M.N. Avadhanuly, P.G.Kshirsagar Pub:


S.Chand
(4) Modern Physics by G. Aruldhas, P.Rajagopal Pub: PHI Pub.
(5) University Physics by Harris Benson Pub: Willey Pub.
(6) Electronics Principles by A.P. Malvino (TMG)
(7) (7)Modern Physics by G. Aruldhas & P. Rajagopal (PHI)
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. I (Marine Engineering)
2MR101 – Industrial Chemistry

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Pract. Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses.
03 00 02 05 03 01 04 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Water Treatment : 11
Hard Water and soft water- Types of hardness of water and it‘s units- Salts producing
hardness of water- Method to express the hardness of water- Scale and sludge
formation and it‘s prevention- Priming and foaming and it‘s prevention- Caustic
embrittlement and its prevention- Corrosion and it‘s prevention- Chemical reactions
involved in permutit and regeneration of permutit- Chemical reactions involved on-
exchange process and regeneration of acidic and basic resins- 11 Purification of water
by screening, sedimentation, co-adulation and filtration- Sterilization/ Disinfection of
water by boiling and chlorination by using chlorine and Bleaching powder.
2. Concepts of Electro chemistry : 9
Introduction- Arrhenius theory of ionization- Degree of ionization - Factors affecting
the degree of ionization - Definition of pH - pH of acid, base and neutral solution - pH
calculations of acid, base and salt solution at - Impotence of pH in various fields
different concentration - Definition of buffer solution - Buffer Action & Types of
buffer solution - Application of buffer solutions - Electrolytes and non- electrolytes -
Types of electrolytes - Constriction and working of electrochemical cell - Standard
condition - Nernst theory of single electrode potential & Nernst equation - 11
Electrochemical series, galvanic series - Electrolysis, Faradays laws of electrolysis -
Industrial application of Electrolysis - Conductance of solution - (a) Conductivity (b)
Specific Conductivity - (c) Equivalent conductivity (d) molar Conductivity.
3. Corrosion of metals & its prevention : 9
Definition of corrosion - Types of corrosion - Dry corrosion : Oxidation corrosion
mechanism corrosion- mechanism, Nature of oxide film - Wet corrosion- mechanism -
Concentration cell corrosion - Pitting corrosion - Waterline corrosion - Creative
corrosion - Factors affecting the rate of corrosion - Nature of film, Nature of
environment. pH of solution, area of cathode anode and Temperature, Moisture, puffy
of meta-metal - Methods of Prevention of corrosion- Modification of the properties of
metal, Use of protective coatings. Anodic and catholic protection, Modification in
design and choice of material.
4. Fuels and Combustion : 9
Definition classification of fuels - Calorific value and unit - Determination of calorific
value by bomb calorimeter - Solid Fuels : Coal - Classification of Coal - Proximate
and ultimate analysis of fuels - Numerical based analysis of Coal- Dulong formula -
Liquid fuels : Petroleum - Origin of petrocum & Composion of petroleum - 2
Refining of petroleum - Octane Number of petroleum. Center number of Petroleum -
Powder alcohol, Bio-diesel - Gaseous fuels : Composition, properties and application
of Natural gas - CNG, LPG and LNG- Properties and application - Hydrogen gas as
fuel - Combustion-chemical reaction –
5. Lubricants: 9
10

Introduction and definition of lubricants and lubrication - Function of lubricants -


Types of lubricants - Fluid film lubricants - Boundary lubricants - Classification of
lubricants - Solid lubricants - Semi-solid lubricants - 3 Liquid lubricants - Synthetic
oils - Physical Properties of lubricants and their significance like - Viscosity and
viscosity index - Flash point and fire point - Pour point and cloud point – oiliness -
Chemical Properties of lubricants like - Saponification value - Neutralization number -
Emulsification number - Selection of lubricants for – Gears - Cutting tools - Steam
turbine.
6. Electro chemical Energy sources: 7
Batteries: An electrochemical source of energy - Types of Batteries : Primary,
Secondary and fuel Batteries - Dry cell – Construction and working - Lead acid storage
cell – construction and working - Nickel/Cadmium battery construction and working -
Fuel cell – definition example H2/O2 - Fuel cell (Green fuel cell) – solar cells.
Total 54

CHEMISTRY LABORATORY:

1. Determination of Permanent, Total and Temporary Hardness of water sample.


2. Conduct metric titration of strong acid with strong base.
3. To determine PH-Values of given samples of Solution by using Universal Indicator and
PHmeter.
4. To determine the viscosity of given lubricating oil by using Red-wood Viscometer
5. Study of Corrosion of Metals in the different Mediums.
6. Measurement of surface tension.
7. Measurement of specific gravity
8. Study of Corrosion of Metals in Mediums of different pH.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Jain P.C. and Monika Jain, Engineering Chemistry, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, 1997.
2. Danniel Yesudian, Engineering Chemistry, Hi-Tech publications, Mayiladurai.
3. Diamont, the Chemistry of Building Materials, Business Books Limited, London, 1970.
4. A.K.De., Environmental Chemistry – II Edition, Wiley Eastern Limited, 1990.
5. Karunanidhi M.,Ayyasamy N.,Ramachandran T., Venkatraman H., Aplied Chemistry,
Anuratha Agencies, Kumbakonam.
6. Uppal.M.M. – A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry, Khanna Publishers, 1988.
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. I (Marine Engineering)
2HS 103: Language & Communication Skills
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit
Theory
Lect. Tu Prec. Theory Pr/TW Total Int. Sem. TW/Practical Total
Total Hrs
Hrs Hrs Hrs Assess End
02 02 00 04 02 01 03 30 70 3 25 125

Unit Lectures
Topics
No. (Hour)
1 Basics of Technical Communication: 6
Introduction to English language and communication, Principles, process and
forms of communication, Role of Language in communication, Barriers to
communication, Difference between general and technical communication
2 Listening & Reading Skills: 6
Listening Skill: Definition and process of listening skill, Types of listening,
Modes of listening, Active listening and reflective response.
Reading Skill: Reading as a communicative process, Types and strategies of
reading like reading for facts, guessing meanings from context, paraphrasing,
scanning, skimming, inferring meaning, critical reading, Reading at various
speeds (slow, fast, very fast); reading different kinds of texts for varied purposes;
reading between lines, Reading of technical text
3 Oral Communication: 8
Presentation and Public Speaking: Nature of presentation, How to prepare
presentation, Presentation tools along with guidelines of effective presentation,
Boredom Factors in presentation and how to overcome them, Interactive
presentation. Nature of public speaking, Tips for public speaking, Difference
between presentation and public speaking
Job Interviews and Group Discussion: The interview process, Objectives of job
interview, Types of interview, Characteristics of job interview, Pre-interview
preparation techniques, Interview questions and answering techniques, Nature of
group discussion, Characteristics of group discussion, Organizational group
discussion, Group discussion as a part of selection process, group discussion
strategies, Techniques for individual contribution in group discussion
4 Business Writing: 8
Business letter writing: Essentials of effective letter writing, Need, Functions
and Types of business letters. Structure and Layout of a business letter, Drafting
of business letters like inquiry, reply, purchase order, complaint and adjustment
letter, sales promotion
Advertisements: Basics of advertisement, Nature and purpose of advertisement,
Types of an advertisement, Media for advertisement, preparing of an
advertisement draft
5 Professional Writing: 8
Report writing: Purpose of a report, types of reports, Structure and style of
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reports, Committee report, Individual report


Resume and job application: Significance of resume and job application,
structure, types, tips for job application, Resume writing, Job application letter
Notice, agenda, minutes of meeting: Requisites of meeting, Types of company
meetings, drafting of notice, agenda and minutes of meeting
Official Correspondence: Introduction, Correspondence with different
authorities like government departments, civic authorities, office bearers of
financial institutions, insurance agencies
Total 36

PRACTICALS:

At least 10 Practicals shall be performed based on above course contents during the semester.

ASSIGNMENTS:

At least 10 Assignments shall be given periodically during the semester.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

(1) Technical Communication – Principles and Practice by Meenaksi Raman & Sangeeta
Sharma (Oxford University Press)
(2) Effective Technical Communication by M Ashraf Rizvi (TMH Publication)
(3) Business Communication by V. K. Jain and Omprakash Biyani (S. Chand & Company)
(4) Business Correspondence and Report Writing by R. C. Sharma & Krishna Mohan (TMH
Publication)
(5) A Guide to Business Correspondence and Communication skills by A. N. Kapoor (S.
Chand & Company)
(6) A Communicative Grammar of English by Geoffery Leech and Fan Svartvik (Pearson
Longman)
(7) New International Business English by Jones & Alexander (Oxford University Press)
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. I (Marine Engineering)
2ME 101: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End Grand
Pract./ TW
Lect. Pract. Total Int. Total
Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses.
4 2 6 4 1 5 30 70 3 100 25 125

Unit Lectures
Topics
No. (Hours)
Introduction:
Prime movers, Sources of energy, Types of prime movers, Force and mass,
Pressure, Work, Power, Energy, Heat, Temperature, Units of heat, Specific heat
1 04
capacity, Interchange of heat, Change of state, Mechanical equivalent of heat,
Internal energy, Enthalpy, Entropy, Efficiency, Statements of Zeroth Law, First law
and Second Law of Thermodynamics.
Fuels and Combustion:
2 Introduction, Classification, Solid fuels, Liquid Fuels, Gaseous fuels, LPG,CNG 04
and biofuels ,Calorific values.
Properties of gases:
Gas laws, Boyle's law, Charle's law, Combined gas law, Gas constant, Internal
3 energy, Relation between Cp and Cv, Enthalpy, Non flow process, Constant volume 07
process, Constant pressure process, Isothermal process, Poly-tropic process,
Adiabatic process.
Properties of Steam:
Introduction, Steam formation, Types of Steam, Enthalpy, Specific volume of steam
4 and dryness fraction of steam , Internal energy, Steam tables, Non-flow process. 07
Measurement of dryness fraction, Throttling calorimeter, Separating calorimeter,
Combined calorimeter.
Heat Engines:
5 Thermal prime movers, Elementary heat engines, Sources of heat, Working 05
substances, Converting machines, Classification of heat engines.
Steam Boilers:
Introduction, Classification, Simple vertical boiler, Vertical multitubular boiler,
6 Cochran type, Lancashire boiler, Locomotive boiler, Babcock and Wilcox boiler, 07
Boiler details, Boiler performance. Functioning of different mountings and
accessories.
Internal Combustion Engines:
Introduction, Classification, Engine details, otto four-stroke cycle, Diesel-four-
7 stroke cycle, Difference between otto cycle and Diesel cycle, Two-stroke cycle, 08
Difference between two-stroke and four-stroke cycle, indicated power (ip), Brake
Power (bp), Efficiencies.
Speed Control:
8 04
Introduction, Governors, I.C. Engine governing, Fly wheel.
Pumps:
9 Introduction, Reciprocating pump, types and operation, Air Chamber, Centrifugal 06
pumps, Priming, Positive displacement pumps.
Air Compressors:
10 Introduction, Uses of Compressed air, Reciprocating compressors, Operation of a 05
compressor, Work for compression, Power required, Reciprocating compressor
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Efficiency, Multistage reciprocating compressors, Rotary compressors.


Refrigeration & Air Conditioning:
11 Introduction, Refrigerant, Types of refrigerators, Vapour compression refrigerating 05
system, Window and split air conditioners.
Couplings, Clutches and Brakes:
12 Introduction, Couplings, Clutches, Brakes, Types of brakes. Difference between a 05
brake and a clutch.
Transmission of Motion and Power:
13 Introduction, Methods of drive, Power transmission elements, shaft and axle, Belt- 05
drive, Pulleys, Power transmitted by a belt, Chain drive, Friction drive, Gear drive.
Total 72

PRACTICALS:

At least 8 Practicals shall be performed based on above course contents during the semester.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Thermal Science and Engineering by Dr. D.S. Kumar, S.K. Kataria & sons
Publication New Delhi
2. Fundamental of Mechanical Engineering by G.S. Sawhney, Prentice Hall of India
Publication New Delhi
3. Thermal Engineering by R.K. Rajput ,S.Chand Publication New Delhi
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. I (Marine Engineering)
2EE 101: Elements of Electrical Engineering

Examination Scheme ( Marks)


Credit
Teaching Scheme Theory
Practical
Int. Sem. End Total
Theory Pr/TW Total / TW
L P Total Assess Marks Hrs
04 02 06 04 01 05 30 70 03 25 125

Unit Lectures
Topics
No. (Hours)
D.C. Circuits:
Source Transformation, Star-Delta Transformation, Application of
1 06
Kirchhoff‘s Law, Superposition Theorem, Thevenin‘s Theorem, Norton‘s
& Maximum Power Transfer Theorem.
Capacitor :
Types of Capacitor, Capacitance of Multiple Parallel Plate Capacitor,
2 05
Energy stored in a Capacitor, Charging & Discharging of Capacitor &
Time constant.
Magnetic circuit :
Law of Magnetic Circuit, Series & parallel Magnetic Circuits and
3 07
Calculation, Comparison of magnetic & Electric Circuit, Magnetization
Curves.
Electromagnetic Induction :
Review of Faraday‘s Law, Lenz‘s Law, Self & Mutual Inductance,
4 Inductance of coupled circuits, Rise and Decay of Current in Inductive 08
circuit & Time Constant, Magnetic Hysterisis, Hysterisis Loss, Eddy
Current Loss.
Work, Power, Energy :
Heating Effect of Electric Current and Joule‘s law - Thermal
5 Efficiency- Electrical Units of Power and Energy - Mechanical Units 04
of Force- Torque & Power - Calculation of Power & Energy -
Energy Bill.
Illumination :
Definition and important terms, Laws of illumination, Requirement of
6 05
good lightning, Types and Design of lightning scheme, Street lightning ,
Factory and Flood lightning.
Batteries and Cells:
Primary and Secondary cells, Lead acid, Nickel Cadmium secondary cells,
7 04
Charging of Lead acid Batteries, Lithium primary and secondary cells,
Dry button cells.
A.C.Circuits :
Generation of A.C. Voltage , Equation of A.C. Voltage, Average value,
R.M.S. Value, Form Factor, Peak Factor, Phase & Phase Difference,
Vector Representation of A.C. Voltage and Current. Addition and
Subtraction of Vectors, Mathematical Representation of Vectors, Complex
8 14
Algebra, Polar & Exponential form, Pure Resistive, Pure Inductive, Pure
Capacitive and combination of R-L-C Circuits, Active -Reactive and
Apparent power & Power Factor, Resonance in R-L-C Series Circuit, Q-
factor, Bandwidth, Solution of Parallel circuit by Admittance, Phasor &
Complex Algebra methods, Resonance in Parallel circuit, Q-factor,
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Bandwidth.
3-Phase Circuits :
Generation of 3-phase voltage, Phase Sequence , Interconnection of three
9 phase, Star – Delta, Voltage ,Current & Power relationship in balanced 05
3-Phase Circuits, Measurement of power in 3-phase circuit and Effect of
power factor on Wattmeter readings.
Economic Aspects :
10 Load curve and related factors, Tariff & its types, Causes and effects of 05
low power factor, Methods of improving power factor.
Measuring Instrument :
Operating system of Indicating instrument, Constructional and working of
11 05
PMMC, Moving Iron, Dynamometer instruments, shunts and multiplier,
multimeter and megger.
Safety & Protection :
Safety, electric shock, first aid for electric shock other hazards of
12 04
electrical laboratories & safety rules, circuit protection devices, fuses,
MCB, ELCB & relays.
Total 72

Laboratory work:

At least 10 Practicals to be performed based on above syllabus.

Tutorials:
At least 10 Assignments and Tutorials to be solved.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

(1) Electrical Technology Volume-I by B.L.Thereja, Pub. By S.Chand


(2) Elements of Electrical & Electronics Engineering by U.A.Patel , Pub. By Atul
Prakashan
(3) Basic Electrical Engineering by V.N.Mittal Pub. By Tata Mc Grawhill, New
Delhi
(4) Electrical Wiring ,Estimating and Costing by S.L.Uppal, By Khanna Publication
(5) Principles of Power Systems by V.K.Mehta Pub. By S.Chand

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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. II (Marine Engineering)
2CI 102: Mechanics of Solids

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End Grand
Pract./ TW
Lect. Tu Pract. Total Int. Total
Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment
(Hrs.) Hrs (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses.
04 00 02 06 04 01 05 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Lectures
No. Topics (Hours)
1 Introduction:- 2
Scalar and vector quantities, absolute and derived units, the science of
mechanics, fundamental principles, SI units.
2 Forces & Force Systems:- 8
Force and force systems, composition and resolution of forces, moment of
a force, law of parallelogram, resultant of different force systems,
Varignon‘s principle.
3 Equilibrium: 6
Equilibrium of a particle, resultant and equilibrant, free body and free body
diagram, Lami‘s theorem, equilibrium of human body joints.
4 Centre of gravity and Moment of Inertia:- 11
Center of gravity of curves, plane areas and bodies, Pappus Guldinus
theorem I & II, method of integration, Area moment of inertia, mass
moment of inertia, M.I. of flywheel, different methods of M.I., law of
parallel axis, law of perpendicular axis.
5 Friction:- 6
Theory of friction, Types of friction, inclined plane friction, ladder friction,
wedge friction, belt and rope friction.
6 Simple Lifting Machines:- 6
Velocity ratio, mechanical advantage, efficiency, reversibility, law of
machines, simple wheel & axle, differential wheel & axle, single purchase
crab winch, differential wheel & axle, pulley & pulley block.
7 Dynamics of Particles:- 7
De-Alembert's principle, motion of connected bodies, motion along
inclined planes, impulse and momentum, Single degree free vibration
8 Physical and Mechanical properties of materials: 6
Properties related to axial, bending and torsional and shear loading,
Toughness, hardness, proof stress, factor of safety, working stress, load
factor.
9 Stresses & Strains:- 10
Elastic, homogeneous, isotropic materials, limit of elasticity and
proportionality, yield limit, ultimate strength, strain hardening, section of
composite materials, prismatic and non prismatic sections.
Strains: Linear, shear, lateral, thermal and volumetric, Poisson‘s ratio.
Stresses: Normal stresses, axial- tensile and compressive, shear and
complementary shear, thermal and hoop. Applications to composite
material stepped and tapered bars.
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10 Beams:- 10
Types of supports, Types of beams, Types of loads, determinate and
indeterminate beams. .Bending moments and Shear force , Bending
moment and shear force diagrams for statically determinate beams
subjected to couples, connected forces, uniformly distributed loadings,
relation between bending moment, shear force and rate of loading, point
of contra flexure.
Total 72

Practicals will be carried out based on above course contents.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1) Engineering Mechanics by Beer & Johnston


2) Applied Mechanics by S.B.Junarkar & H. J. Shah
3) Mechanics of Structure Vol. I by S.B.Junarkar & H. J. Shah
4) Engineering Mechanics by M.N.Patel
5) Engineering Mechanics by P.J.Shah
6) Engineering Mechanics by A. K. Tayal
7) Engineering Mechanics by S. Ramamrutham
8) Engineering Mechanics by Kumar
9) Strength of Materials by Timo Shenko
10) Strength of Materials by S. Ramamrutham
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. II (Marine Engineering)
2CE 101: Computer Programming
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End Grand
Pract./ TW
Lect. Pract. Total Int. Total
Tu Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses.
02 00 04 06 02 02 04 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Lectures
Topics
No. (Hours)
Introduction to Programming & C
Introduction to programming and programming language, Problem Solving
1 Methods: Algorithms and Flowcharts, Introduction to C, Basic structure of 2
C programs, Sample C programs, Process of compiling and running a C
Program
Constants, Variables and data Types:
Character Set, C tokens, Keywords and Identifiers, Constants, Variables,
2 2
Data types, Declaration of Variables, Assigning values to variables,
typedef, Defining symbolic constants. Printf & scanf function.
Operators and Expression:
Introduction, Arithmetic Operators, Relational Operators, Logical
Operators, Assignment Operators, Increment and Decrement Operators,
3 3
Conditional Operators, Special Operators, Evaluation of expressions,
Precedence of arithmetic operators, Type conversions in expressions,
Operator precedence and associativity.
Management Input and Output Operators:
4 Introduction, reading a character, writing a character, formatted input, 1
formatted output.
Decision Making branching:
Introduction, Decision making with IF statement, the IF.. ELSE statement,
5 3
nesting of IF … ELSE statements, The ELSE IF ladder, The switch
statement, and the turnery (? :) Operator, the GOTO statement
Decision Making Looping:
6 Introduction, the WHILE statement, the DO statement, FOR statement, 3
Break and Continue.
Array:
7 Introduction, One-dimensional, arrays, Two-dimensional arrays, arrays, 3
Concept of Multidimensional arrays.
Handling of Character strings:
Introduction, Declaring and initializing string variables, Reading string
8 from terminal, Writing string to screen, String, atoi(), Operations: String 3
Copy, String Compare, String Concatenation And String Length(using
predefined functions & without using them), Table of strings.
User-Defined Functions:
Introduction, Need for user-defined functions, The form of C function,
9 4
elements of UDF, Return values and their types, Calling a function,
category of functions, Nesting of functions.
Structures and Unions:
10 Introduction, Structure definition, declaring and initializing Structure 4
variables, accessing Structure members, Copying & Comparison of
20

structures, Arrays of structures, Arrays within structures, Structures within


Structures, Structures and functions, Unions.
User –Defined Functions –II
11 Recursion, Functions with arrays, The scope and Lifetime of variables in 1
functions, multifile program.
Pointers:
Introduction, Understanding pointers, Accessing the address of variable,
Declaring and initializing pointers, Accessing a variable through its pointer,
12 5
chain of Pointers, Pointer expressions, Pointer increments and scale factor,
Pointers and arrays, Pointers & character strings, Pointers & Functions,
Function returning multiple values(9.14),Pointers and structures.
File Management in C:
13 Introduction, Defining files and its Operations, Error handling during I/O 2
operations, Random access files, Command line arguments.
Total 36

Practicals: At least 8 Practicals will be carried out based on above course contents.
REFERENCE BOOKS:

1) Programming in ANSI-C By E. Balaguruswami, TMH Publication


2) Let us C By Yashwant Kanetkar, BPB Publication
3) C Programming language By Kernighan, Brian, W, Ritchie, Dennis PHI Publication
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. II (Marine Engineering)
2HS 102: Engineering Mathematics – II

Credit Examination Scheme


Teaching Scheme Theory
Sem. End Practical
Int. Total
Lect. Tu. Prac. Theory Pra/TW Total / TW
Total Assess Marks Hrs
Hrs Hrs Hrs
03 01 00 04 03 01 04 30 70 3 - 100

Unit Topics Lectures


No (Hours)
Integral Calculus:
Beta & Gamma, Error functions, Elliptic functions. Application of integration-
1 9
- Length of a curve, Area of a bounded region, Volume & surface area of a solid
of revolution for Cartesian, parametric & polar form.
Reduction Formulae:
2 Reduction formulae of the type  sinnx dx,  cosnx dx,  sinmxcosnxdx,  cotnxdx, 5
and  tannxdx.
Multiple integrals
Double integral, change of order of integration, transformation of variables by
3 Jacobian only for double integration, change to polar co-ordinates in double 13
integrals, Triple integral, Application of multiple integration to find areas,
volumes, C.G., M.I. and mean values.
Complex Numbers
4 DeMoivres theorem & its applications, functions of complex variables 11
Exponential, hyperbolic & inverse hyperbolic, trigonometric & logarithmic.
Differential Equations & Modeling
Modeling of Engineering systems (leading to ODE of first order, first degree,
5 including orthogonal trajectories), Exact differential equations and integrating 11
factors, unified approach to solve first order equations, linear, reducible to linear
and higher degree differential equations (Clairut‘s equation only).
Curves Tracing:
6 5
Tracing of Curves: Cartesian, polar and parametric forms.
Total 54

REFERENCE BOOKS:

(1) Higher Engineering Mathematics by Dr. B. S. Grewal


(2) Higher Engineering Mathematics Vol. I & II by Dr. K. R. Kachot.
(3) Advanced Engineering Mathematics (Fifth Edition), Erwin Kreyszig.
Applied Mathematics for Engineering by Dr. R. C. Shah
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. II (Marine Engineering)
2CI 101: Elements of Civil Engineering

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End Grand
Pract./ TW
Lect. Pract. Total Int. Total
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses.
04 00 02 06 04 01 05 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topics Lectures


No. (Hours)
1 Introduction : 02
Impact of Infrastructural Development on the Economy of a Country, Role
of Civil Engineers, Importance of Planning, Scheduling and Construction
management.

2 Water Resources and Hydraulics: 10


Importance of Hydrology, Classification of Water resources &
Requirement of water for various uses, Water Management Strategies,
Water Resources Development in India. Introduction of Dams,
Introduction of water supply and Drainage System

3 Surveying: 17
Chain Survey: Linear measurements, Errors in chaining, problems on
obstacle
Directions and Bearings: Types of Bearings and Meridians, Whole
Circle Bearing and Quarter Circle Bearings, Compunctions of Angles
from bearings and bearings from angle, Magnetic Declination, Local
Attraction, Various Problems
Elevation Measurements: Introduction of Level Machine, Methods of
levelling, Recording and Reducing of levels, Contour Survey.
Area and volume: measurement by Plan meter
Modern Tools of Surveying and Mapping: Introduction to Theodolite,
Electronic
Distance Measurement Instruments, Total Station, Global Positioning
System, Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System

4 Construction Materials: 13
Introduction, Masonry Materials: Stones, Bricks, Blocks, Tiles; Binding
Materials: Lime & Cement; Aggregates, Mortar & Concrete, Timber,
Specification of all Building Materials as per IS Standards, Method of
Drawing Plan, Elevation and Section of Building

5 Transportation Engineering: 10
Role of Transportation in National development, Transportation Ways,
Surface Transportation and Aviation, Elements of Highway materials
23

properties and highway Construction, BOT Projects for Highways,


Elements of Traffic Engineering and Traffic Control
Total 54

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering- By Santosh Kumar Garg


2. Building Construction – By B. C. Punmia ,Laxmi Pub .House
3. Surveying – I By B. C. Punmia, Laxmi Pub. House
4. Materials of Construction By D. N. Ghose
5. Highway Engineering - Khanna S.K and Justo C.E.G.,Khanna Publishers , Delhi
6. Element of civil & mechanical Engineering, -Prof. P.S.Desai.& G.P.Vadodariya,
Atul Prakash
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. II (Marine Engineering)
2ME 102: Engineering Graphics
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End Grand
Pract./ TW
Lect. Pract. Total Int. Total
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses.
04 02 00 06 04 01 05 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Lectures
Topics
No. (Hours)
Introduction:
Importance of Engineering Drawing, Engineering Drawing Instruments and
1 03
uses, B.I.S and I.S.O. Conventions for drawings, Use of plane scales and
Representative Fraction
Loci of Point:
2 Path of the points moving on simple arrangements and simple Mechanism, 05
Slider Crank Mechanism, Four bar Chain Mechanism etc.
Engineering Curves:
3 Classification of Engineering Curves, Construction of Conics curves with 06
different methods, Construction of Cycloidal Curves, Involute and Spiral.
Projection of Points and Straight Lines:
Introduction to principal planes of projections, Notation System- Points in
First, Second, Third and Fourth quadrants, Projections of line Parallel to Two
4 08
and Perpendicular to one of the principal planes, Line parallel to one and
inclined to two principal planes, Line inclined to all the three principal planes,
True length of the line and its inclination with the reference planes.
Projection of Planes:
Concept of different planes, Projections of planes with its inclination to one
5 06
principal plane and with two principal planes. Concept of auxiliary plane
method for projections of the plane.
Projection of Solids and Sections of Solids:
Classifications of Solids, Projections of right and regular solids with their axis
6 Parallel to Two and Perpendicular to one of the principal planes, axis parallel 10
to one and inclined to two principal planes, axis inclined to all the three
principal planes. Section of such a solids and the true shape of the section.
Development of surfaces:
7 Methods of development of lateral surface of right solids, Parallel line 04
development, Radial line development.
Interpenetration of Solid:
8 Interpenetration of Right Regular Solids – Intersection of Cylinder Vs 06
Cylinder, Cylinder Vs Prism, Cylinder Vs Cone.
Orthographic Projections & Sectional Orthographic Projections:
Principle of projection, Principal planes of projection, Projections from the
9 pictorial view of the object on the principal planes for View from Front, View 10
from Top and View from Side using first angle projection method and third
angle projection method, Full Sectional View.
Isometric Projections and Isometric View or Drawing:
10 Isometric Scale, Conversion of orthographic views into isometric projection, 08
isometric view or drawing.
11 Fastening and Connecting Methods: 04
25

Screw threads, Bolts, Nut, Stud, locking devices, Riveted joint, Coupling,
Foundation bolts,
Total 72

Term Work:
Based on above syllabus, each candidate shall submit a set of graphics sheets and sketch
book certified by the principal of the college that they have been executed in a
satisfactory manner in the graphics halls of the college.

Text Books:
1. A Text Book of Engineering Graphics By P.J.Shah S.Chand & Company Ltd., New
Delhi
2. A Text Book of Machine Drawing By P.J.Shah S.Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi
3. Elementary Engineering Drawing By N.D.Bhatt Charotar Publishing House, Anand

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Engineering Graphics – I and II By Arunoday Kumar Tech – Max Publication, Pune
2. Engineering Drawing & Graphics using Auto CAD 2000 By T. Jeyapoovan Vikas
Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
3. A text book of Engineering Drawing By R.K.Dhawan S.Chand & Company Ltd.,
New Delhi
4. A text book of Engineering Drawing By P.S.Gill S.K.Kataria & sons, Delhi
5. Engineering Drawing with an Introduction to AutoCAD By D.A.Jolhe Tata McGraw-
Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi
6. Computer Aided Engineering Drawing, S. Trymbaka Murthy I.K.International
Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
7. Engineering Drawing and Graphics, Venugopal
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. II (Marine Engineering)
2ME 103: Work Shop Practice -I
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit
Theory Practical
Grand
L T P Total Int. Sem. End Practical/oral Total
Theory Pr/TW Total Total
(Hrs) (Hrs) (Hrs) (Hrs) Asses. Marks Hrs Assessment
00 00 04 04 00 02 02 0 0 0 0 50 50

Objectives:
To make the students familiar with various operations and processes like joining,
machining and use of different tools of common use. This will develop various
hand skills and impart working knowledge of various Machines, devices, tools,
instruments etc. and safe practices, and to make them familiar with different
machines of common use and domestic appliances.

(A) MECHANICAL:
Unit
No. Topics
INSTRUCTION AND DEMONSTRATION
Instruction should be given for each of following shops which include importance of the
1.
shop in engineering, new materials available, use of each tool / equipment, methods of
processing any special machines, power required etc.
Carpentry Shop:
2. Study of tools & operations and carpentry joints, Simple exercise using jack plane, Simple
exercise on woodworking lathe.
Fitting Shop:
3. Study of tools & operations, Simple exercises involving fitting work, Make perfect male-
female joint, Simple exercises involving drilling/tapping/dieing.
Smithy Shop:
4. Study of tools & operations, Simple exercises base on smithy operations such as upsetting,
drawing down, punching, bending, fullering & swaging.
Plumbing Shop:
5.
Study of Tools and Operations, Simple exercises of piping
Welding Shop:
6. Study of tools & operations of Gas welding & Arc welding, Simple butt and Lap welded
joints, Oxy-acetylene flame cutting.
Sheet-metal Shop:
7. Study of tools & operations, making sheet metal component using ‗soldering‘. Ex: Funnel,
tool-box, tray, electric panel box etc.
Machine Shop:
8. Study of machine tools and operations, Demonstrations of basic machine tools like Lathe,
Shaper, drilling machine with basic operations etc.
Foundry Shop:
9. Study of tools & operations like Pattern making, Mould making with the use of a core.
Various Casting processes.

(B) ELECTRICAL/ ELECTRONICS:


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Unit
Topics
No.
Identification of electrical and electronics components:
1.
Resistors, Capacitors, Inductors, Diodes, Transistors, Thyristors
Soldering:
2.
Different electrical and electronics components on PCB
Domestic and Industrial Electrical wiring:
3. Types of wiring, domestic wiring installation, sub circuits in domestic wiring,
simple control circuit in domestic installation, industrial electrification.
Fault finding of following domestic devices:
1. Mixer Grinder
2. Washing Machine
4. 3. Domestic Floor Mill
4. Electric Iron
5. Oven Toaster Griller
6. Geyser
Earthing:
5. Measurement of Earth resistance, Earthing methods and insulation resistance
measurement by Meager.
ICs and Data Sheet:
6.
Identification of ICs and data sheet reading.
Operation of Passive Devices:
a. Relays.
7. b. Optoectronic devices.
c. Switches.
d. Conductors.
Bell Circuits and Indicators:
Types of bell, Alarm circuits without relay, Types of diagram, The use of relay
8.
in alarming circuits, Bell circuits using supplies, T.D.R. (Time Delay Relay)
circuits, Use of indicators in various circuits.
Electrical Energy meter:
9.
1Φ & 3Φ Energy meter, Energy calculation

Term Work:
Term Work will be based on above syllabus. Students will be given creative mini
project under fun module.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Elements of Mechanical Engineering by Hajra Chaudhary


2. Elements of Mechanical Engineering by Mathur & Mehta
3. Work shop technology by Hajra Chaudhary
4. Work shop technology by Chapmen
5. Electronics principle by A. Malvino
6. Electrical wiring, estimating and costing by S.L.Uppal, Khanna Publication.
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech Sem-III. (Marine Engineering)
2MR301 Workshop Technology
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Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Common workshop Tools: Description and uses of different types of Calipers, Straight 6
edges, Try squares, Vices, Hammers, Chisels, Scrapers, Files, Drills, Reamers, Tapes,
V-Blocks, Face plate, Marking blocks, Carpentry tools, pattern maker's tools, Smithy
tools and Moulding tools. Application of hand tools as chisel, file and saw.
2. Metal cutting Machines: Kinematic analysis, specification, operation and inspection of 10
the more important types of metal cutting machine tool including Centre lathes,
Capstan and turret lathes, Automatic lathes, drilling and boring machines. Shaping
slotting and planning machines, Milling and broaching machines.
3. Machine Process & Machine Tools: The geometry of cutting processes, Chip formation, 5
Cutting forces, Stresses and power; Friction of chip on tool. Generation and dissipation
of heat ii cutting. Standard nomenclature for cutting tools. Cutting speeds and feeds,
estimation of machining time. The fundamental Cutting process, geometrical control of
the cutting edge Turning, Screw cutting and taper turning processes on Centre lathe.
4. Abrasive process: Grinding, honing and lapping by hand and machines. Shears and 5
punches. Wood working machines. Principles of jigs and fixtures Standardization
5. Measuring Instruments & Inspection: Description and use of steel rule, 6
Vernier's scale, Micro-meter, Dial gauge, Depth gauge, thread gauge, Feeler
gauge, Wire gauge, pattern maker's scale, Taper gauge, snap gauge, Plug
gauge, Optical methods of measurement, Principles of interchange ability,
limit system, Use of limit gauge
6. Fitting and Overhauling: Types of packing and jointing materials and their uses, Design 8
considerations and construction of various types of valves and cocks, Reducing valves
for steam and air. Bedding of bearings, marking of engine parts for fitting, machining
operations fitting of keys, cotters, Pipe work.
7. Safety Measures: Sources of danger and methods of protection. Types of guards and 4
safety devices, Factory Act regulations.
8. Welding: Welding Equipment & Applications, Electric welding (A.C & D.C) spot 10
welding. Gas welding. Soldering & Brazing. Different welding & Electrodes, Solders
& Brazing Fluxes. Defects in welding
Safe working practices - Personal Protection Equipment
Total 54

REFERENCE:

1. Workshop Technology I & II – Haza Choudhury.


2. Workshop Technology - Kurmi.
3. Workshop Technology - W.A.J. Chapman (Vol I & II)
4. H.M.T production Technology - TATA McGraw Hill, New Delhi
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-III (Marine Engineering)
2MR302 Seamanship & Survival at Sea

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 01 02 00 06 04 01 05 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Seamen & their duties: Ship‘s department, General Ship Knowledge and nautical terms like 2
poop deck, forecastle, Bridge.

2. Safety and Cargo Work: Precautions in bad weather, Lashing of cargo, Slings hooks used in 3
cargo work, standard safety precaution on cargo work. Entering in enclosed or confined
space, Safe system of works, E
Emergency procedures; Emergency signals, Man overboard Signals, Fire signals.

3. Navigational Lights and Signals: Port and starboard, forward and aft mast lights, Colors and 1
location. Lookout, Flags, Flag etiquette, Dressing ship.

4. Anchor and Cable Work: Anchor, Shackle, Cable arrangement, Chain locker, Associated 2
fittings, Anchoring and weighing procedure and safety precautions. Moorings, Types of
moorings.

5. Navigation: General knowledge of principal stars , Sextants, navigation 6


compasses, echo sounder, log and uses, barometer and weather
classification , GMT and zonal time, wireless navigational instruments,
radar satellite navigation.

6. Rope Work: Types of knots, Practice of knot formation, materials of ropes , strength, care & 2
maintenance, use of mooring lines, heaving line, rat guards, canvas and its use.

7. Abandoning ship: Manning of life boat and life rafts, muster list, Radio and alarm 8
signals, distress signals (SOS), Distress calls time and radio frequency
Pyrotechniques.

8. Survival at sea: Survival difficulties and factors, equipment available, duties of crew 4
members, initial action on boarding, maintaining the craft.

9. Life Saving Appliances: Classification of ship for Life Saving Appliances.LSA 8


requirements for cargo ships. Life Boat, Life raft, Life Buoy, Life Jacket Line
throwing appliances Safety, care and maintenance of life saving appliances.LSA
Regulation, LSA – Code, Complete syllabus of IMO module course – Proficiency in
Survival Techniques.

10. Introduction to: MARPOL Convention and its annexes, Regulatory control towards 8
environmental pollution at sea. Familiarisation with SOLAS, STCW conventions, ISPS
code and other maritime codes and conventions, ill effects of cargo on human and
environment.
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11. Knots, bends and hitches, Ropes and splices, Donning of Life jackets, Life boat drills. 8
Lowering and hoisting of Life boats.

12. Method of helicopter rescue, evacuation 2

Total 54

Practical:

1. Knots, bends and hitches, Ropes and splices.


2. Use of Life buoys
3. Donning of Life jackets.
4. Life boat drills. Lowering and hoisting of Life boats (model).
5. Study of working of life boat and provisions for life boat.
6. Construction and operational details of life raft giving importance to manual and hydrostatic
Release device.
7. Method of helicopter rescue, evacuation

REFERENCES:

1. Seamanship: -J.Dinger
2. Survival in Lifeboat: -Capt. Puri,
3. SOLAS -IMO
4. MARPOL -IMO
5. International Light and Shape and Sound Signal by -W.Moore
6. Electronic navigation aids by -G.Sonnenberg
7. Search and Rescue Manual -IMO Publication
8. Mariners Handbook -HMSO
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-III (Marine Engineering)
02MR303 Ship St ruct ure & Construction

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Ship terms: various terms used in ship construction e.g. lbp, loa, molded and extreme depth, 4
beam and draught, camber, sheer, flare, rake, tumblehome, parallel body etc., displacement
& deadweight. Overview of gt and nt. Basic general layout of principal ship types such as
bulk carrier, oil tanker, container ships, multipurpose / general cargo ship.
2. Stresses in Ship's Structure: Hull girder, Static, dynamic and local stresses. Hogging, 3
Sagging, Racking, Pounding, Panting, Dry-docking, local loads etc., and Strength members
to counteract the same.
3. Materials for ship construction: Materials used in ship construction, grades of steel, plates 8
and sections like Angles, Bulb Plates, I beam T sections etc. used in ship construction.
4. Framing systems and Double Bottom: Transverse and Longitudinal framing, Tank side 8
bracket, Beam Knee, Web frame, stringer, Double bottom construction, types of floors,
duct keel.
5. Shell & Decks: Plating systems for shell. Deck plating & deck girders. Openings in decks like 8
hatches. Hatch coamings and closing arrangements of cargo hatches. Water tightness the
hatches.
6. Bulk heads & Deep Tanks: Functions and construction of transverse and longitudinal 8
bulkheads. Corrugated bulkheads. Openings through W/T bulkheads; Deep tanks for
liquids.
7. Fore End Arrangements: Stem construction, Arrangements to resist panting and pounding. 4
Construction within forepeak tank. Bulbous bow. Hawsepipes, Spurling pipes and Chain locker
etc.
8. Aft end construction and arrangements: Additional strengthening in machinery space, Aft 8
peak tank, shaft tunnel, Types of Sterns, Stern frame, Stern Tube, types of rudder, rudder
supporting arrangements pintles, gudgeon, construction of rudder, rudder carrier bearing
etc.
9. Ship Types: Different ship types and their constructional details and requirements. 3
Sections of general cargo ships, bulk carriers, tankers, container ships, RoRo ships etc.
10. Overview & General Knowledge: 3
Shipyard Practice: Ship design process, Layout of shipyards, Fabrication of components.
Basic concepts of Launching of ships and sea trials.. General knowledge of CAD,CAM
applications.
11. Piping and venting Systems: Venting arrangements (natural and mechanical) for tanks, 2
holds and oil fuel tanks. Sounding pipes, bilge piping, bilge wells and strum box, ballast
piping etc.
12. Offshore Technology : Basic concepts of Drilling Ships, Rigs, Platforms and 2
Supply/Support Vessels etc.
13. Loadings and Tonnage: Definition of freeboard and various assigning conditions, List of 4
closing appliance, Load Line surveys, Tonnage regulations, Calculation as per latest
convention , details of LL markings, Plimsol line
14. Ship Surveys: Survey rules, Functioning of ship classification Societies, Surveys 4
during construction, Periodical surveys as per statutory regulations, harmonization of
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survey, retention/suspension of class of a ship, constructional features and rule


guidelines for a merchant vessel as per SOLAS, Marpol regulations, IBC and IGC
codes
15. Statutory Certificates and their validity, Ships registration formalities, Intact Stability 3
Criteria under damaged conditions (constructional point of view in compliance
with statutory regulations), Enhanced Survey requirements, HSSC, CAS.
Total 72

REFERENCES:

1. Ship Construction -REEDS Vol -5


2. Ship Construction -Munro & Smith
3. D. J. Eyres ―Ship Construction‖, 4th Edition, Butter worth - Heinemann, Oxford, 1994.
4. Merchant Ship Construction -H.J. Pursey
5. Merchant Ship Construction -D.A. Taylor
6. Principles of Naval Architecture -SNAME Publication
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-III (Marine Engineering)
2MR304 Applied Thermodynamics –I

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 01 00 05 04 0.5 4.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. The second Law of Thermodynamics:-Different statements of the second Low of 10
Thermodynamics. Carnot cycle, Thermodynamics Reversibility. Carnot‘s Principle,
Carnot‘s cycle for a gas, Deductions from Carnot's cycle. Thermodynamics Temperature
scale. Steam and Gas Processes on T-S and H-S charts, Entropy and Irreversibility
Applied problems

2. Steam cycle:-Carnot cycle for steam and Ideal Efficiency. Rankin cycle with dry saturated 14
steam and superheated steam. Teed Pump work. Rankin Efficiency, cycle Efficiency,
Isentropic Efficiency, work Ratio, Reheating and Regenerative Feed Heating and their
effect on Thermal Efficiency. Applied Problems.

3. Steam Engines; Modified Rankin cycle for steam Engines, Hypothetical Indicator 8
Diagram, Mean Effective pressure and work transfer. Diagram Factor, Indicated power,
Specific steam Indicated Thermal Efficiency. Efficiency Ratio, Engine Efficiency,
Energy Compound steam Engines, Missing quantity prob. Applied lems. -

4. Reciprocating Compressors: Ideal cycle for compressors, work Transfer in single stage 20
compressor, Mass and volume flow. Free Air Delivery, Effect of clearance and
volumetric Efficiency in Single stage compressors, Multi-stage compression neglecting
clearance and with clearance. Condition for Minimum work Input and Perfect Interco
ling. Tandem and In-line arrangement in compressors. Rotary positive Displacement
Types of compressors. Compressed air Motors, Applied Problems.

5. Properties of Mixtures of Gases and Gas & Vapours;-Dalton's Law of partial pressure, 16
Amagat‘s Law of partial volume, volumetric and Gravimetric Analysis of Gas Mixtures,
Gibb's -Dalton Law, Mean value of a Gas constant. Equivalent Molecular weight,
Density, specific volume, specific Heal and Molar Heat capacity of gas mixture.
Advanced problem on Adiabatic Mixing.

6. Air and Water vapour mixture, Specific Humidity, Relative Humidity, Dew point, 4
Unsaturated and saturated Air. Study of psychometric chart, numerical based on
Psychometric.

Total 72

Practicals

1. Experimental Study of Throttling & separating Calorimeter.


2. Experimental Study on Steam Turbine Test Rig
3. Experimental Study of Reciprocating Air Compressor.
4. Experimental Study on Air Cond. Trainer. Study and Use of : Sling psychrometer, Hygrometer &
Anemometer.
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REFERENCES:

1. Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering


2. Technologists T.D.Eastop & A- McConkey
3. Applied Thermodynamics J. B. O. Sneedcn & S. V. Karr.
4. Basic Engineering Thermodynamics Joel Rayners
5. Heat Engines P. L.Eallaney
6. Thermodynamics - Applied to heat Engines E. H. Lewitt
7. Heat and Thermodynamics Mark W. Zemansky & Richard H.
Dittman
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-III (Marine Engineering)
2MR305 Electrical Machines

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 01 00 05 04 0.5 04.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Direct current machines: Principle of working, construction, winding, e.m.f. Equal ion. 6
Armature reaction, Commutation, brush shin, compensating winding.

2. D.C. generator, their characteristics, methods of excitation, parallel operation, equalizer bus 12
bar, performance equations.

3. D.C. motor-their characteristics, starting and reversing, speed-torque equations, starters, 16


speed control including electronic method of control, testing of d,c. machines for finding
out losses and efficiency, braking of d.c. motor.
4. D.C. and A.C, transmission and distribution-two wire and three wire d,c. system, use of 8
balancer, a.c. transmission single phase and three phase, three wire and four wire
distribution, comparison of d.c. and a.c. transmission, effect of voltage drop, copper
utilization under different systems, single and double fed distributors, fuses, d.c. air circuit
breaker, a.c. air and oil circuit breakers. HV & LV switchgears.

5. Transformers - principle of action, e,m,f. equation, phasor diagrams for no load and load 30
conditions, useful and leakage flux, leakage reactance, equivalent c ire nils, voltage
regulation, losses and efficiency, open circuit and short circuit and short circuit tests,
parallel operation, three phase transformer - core and shell type transformer, current and
potential transformer, auto-transformer (single phase & 3-phases).

Total 72

Practical based on above topics.

D.C. Machines:
To study and run a rotary converter under different conditions to record the generated voltage
on d.c. side against variation of load.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Electrical Technology - Hughes Edward


2. Electricity applied to Marine Engineering - W. Laws
3. Electrical Power - S. Uppal
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-III (Marine Engineering)
2MR306 Engineering Mechanics

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
02 00 01 00 03 02 0.5 2.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Friction; Static and Kinetic Friction. - Laws of Friction; Effort required to pull a body up 4
or down an inclined plane. Friction in Square and V- threaded screws, friction in pivots
and collars; conical bearings and thrust bearings plates. Cone clutches and Centrifugal
clutches.

2. Dynamics of Rotation : Dynamics of rotation panicle and rotating bodies, velocity and 4
acceleration in terms of path variables, cylindrical co-ordinates forces acting on a body
having known motion; Torque equation; Work done by application of torque; Kinetic
energy of rotation. Total Kinetic energy of a rolling wheel.

3. Periodic Motion: simple Harmonic motion; Application of S, H, M. to masses and 8


springs. Simple Pendulum and Compound Pendulum. Centrifugal Force and its
application to conical pendulum. Unloaded Governor, Curved tracks and machine
parts, stress in thin rim due to centrifugal action.

4. Drives and Brake: Belt and Rope drives; Open and Cross Belt drive; Belt dimensions; 12
Ratio of belt tension; Modification for V-groove pulleys; Power of Belt drives and
maximum power transmitted. Effect of Centrifugal tension; Creep in Belts; Different
types of band brakes and block brakes. Dynamometers and their working principles;
Absorption Dynamometer Band & Rope Brake Dynamometer, Hydraulic
Dynamometer.

5. Governors: Function of Governor; Comparison between a Governor and a fly wheel; 8


Various types of Governors; Centrifugal and Inertia types of Governors, Sensitiveness;
Stability and Hunting of Governors; Governor effort and Power, Consideration of
friction in Governors.

Total 36

Practicals:
To find the co-efficient of friction both for flat belt and V-Belt with Belt friction apparatus
and hence find the slip.
Centrifugal clutch to demonstrate the process of Power parameters of the Hartnell Governor.
i) Rotating masses
ii) Spring Rate
iii) Initial Spring Compression.
Note the effects of varying the mass of the centre sleeve of the Porter Governor and Compare the
same with that of Proell Governor.
To determine the characteristic curves of sleeve position against speed of rotation in case of:
i) Hartnell Governor
ii) Porter Governor and
iii) Proell Governor
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To determine the moment of inertia of different bodies by the Trifilar suspension by


experiment and by calculation.

REFERENCES:

1. Applied Mechanics - J. Hannah & M.J. Hillier


2. A text book of Engineering Mechanics - R.S. Khurmi
3. Engineering Mechanics H, L. Langhaar & A. P. Boresi
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-III (Marine Engineering)
2MR307 Strength of Materials

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 01 00 05 04 0.5 04.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Strain Energy in Simple Stresses: Concept of Strain Energy; Strain Energy due to normal 4
and Shear Stresses; Strain Energy due to impact loads; Resilience.
2. Bending Stress: Pre bending, 2nd moment of area, Stresses due to bending. 8
3. Shear & Torsion: Shear Stress and Shear Strain, Twisting of solid and hollow shafts, 12
Stiffness and Strength.Power and Torque relation. Shafts with linear and compound shafts,
Partial hollow shafts, Calculation for Coupling bolts, Torsion applied to closed coil
springs, springs with axial load, Calculations for mean diameter of springs, wire diameter
& number of coils. Strain Energy in torsion, Plastic yielding of materials in Torsion.
4. Compound Stress and strain: Stresses on an oblique section, General two dimensional stress 10
system Materials subjected to direct and shear stresses, Principal planes and principal
stresses, Strain on an oblique section, Determination of principal strains, Principal strain
in three dimensions, Principal stresses determined from principal strains, Mohr's Diagram
for stress strain and strain rosette, Combine bending and twisting, Equivalent B.M. and
Torsion, Shear, bending and torsion, Theories of failure.
5. Thin Curved bar: Strain energy due to bending. Castigliano's theorem, and its application 6
to curved bars, strain energy due to twisting. Applied problems.
6. Thick Cylinders: Thick cylinders, Lame's theory, compound cylinders, The Lame Line; 8
Shrinkage Allowance; Solid shaft subjected to radial pressure. Compound Cylinders;
Applied problems.
7. Deflection of Beams: Strain energy due to bending. Application of impact. Deflection 8
by integration, Macaulay's Method. Moment area Methods of deflection coefficient.
Deflection due to shear, Deflection by graphical method. Applied problems.
8. Built-in and continuous beams: Momentarea method, builtin beam with central concentrated 8
load, builtin beam with uniformly distributed load, with load not at centre, Macaulay's
method, Continuous beam, Clapeyrons three moment theorem. Applied problems.
9. Struts: Euler's theory and Euler's buckling load. Struts with both ends pin joined, both ends 8
fixed, one end fixed and one end free, one end hinged. Pin joined strut with eccentric
load, Rankin Gordon Formula. Applied problems.
Total 72

Laboratory:
1. To determine the behaviour of different materials when subjected to tension or compression
2. To obtain tensile properties on UTM (Yield stress and Young's Modulus)
3. To obtain tensile properties on UTM (Breaking stress and % elongation)
4. Plotting of Stress vs Strain curve.

Determination of modulus of rigidity of shaft on torsion testing machine Determination of deflection of


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simply supported beam for a point load at the centre. Determination of slope and deflection of simply
supported beam using moment area method (graphical analysis)

REFERENCES:

1. Strength of Materials -G. H, Ryder


2. Strength of Materials -Stephen Timoshenko
3. Strength of Materials - R. K. Rajput
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-III (Marine Engineering)
2MR308 Workshop Practicals –II

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
0 00 0 04 04 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 50 50

Machine Shop (Lathe Work):


Prepare a job piece which consists of following operations:
Straight Turning.
A Step pulley.
Straight turning. Under-cut with taper & threads.
Stepping down with knurling operation
Taper turning and inside boring
Making of hexagonal end with under-cut taper turning and thread cutting,

Welding Stop:
Half V- welding (from (op face)
Full V-welding (from top face)
Double V- welding (on opposite faces)
Half U-welding (from lop face)
Double U- welding (on opposite faces)
T-welding (on inner side)
T-welding (both inner sides)
T-welding (both outer sides)
L- Welding (outside comer)
L-welding (inside comer)
Angular welding (both sides)
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-III (Marine Engineering)
2MR309 – General Performance

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 0 00 00 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 100 100

****************************** END of Semester III **************************


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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR401 Alternators & Motors
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 01 00 04 03 0.5 3.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Three phase induction motor: principle of operation and theory of action, slip speed, 20
rotor to stator relationship, rotor frequency, rotor e.m.f. and current, equivalent circuit
relationship between rotor IR loss and the rotor slip, torque/slip characteristics,
starting torque and maximum running torque, reversing, speed control of
induction motor, including IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) and
Thyristor controls, starting of induction motor, method of starting D.O.L,
Star/Delta, Auto, Testing of motor, use of circle diagram. Single phase induction
motor principle and operational characteristics, starting control constructional
details.
2. Alternators-general arrangement of alternators, construction of salient pole and 20
cylindrical- rotor types, types of stator windings, single and double layer windings,
e.m.f equation of an alternator, distribution and pitch factor, waveform of generated
e.m.f., alternator on load, percentage regulation, internal voltage drop, production of
rotating magnetic field, resultant magnetic field distribution, mathematical
derivation of the rotating field condition, magneto motive force or ampere-turn
waveform distribution, reversal of direction of rotation of rotating field.
3. Armature reaction in synchronous alternator, armature reactance, prediction of 14
voltage regulation, open circuit test, short circuit test, synchronous
impedance, torque/angle characteristics, infinite busbar, synchronizing current,
torque and power, hunting of phase swinging, parallel operation of alternators, a.c.
generators in parallel-excitation control, throttle control, load sharing —KW and
KVA, principle of action of three phase synchronous motor effect of varying load
and excitation, methods of starting, advantages and disadvantages of
synchronous motor.
Total 54

Practicals (A.C. Circuits and Machines):

To study the slip-torque characteristics of an induction motor and to find out the full load slip.

To study the different type of Motors, connect the motor to A.C. supply, run the motor and
obtain its speed load characteristics (The experimental multi-motor set).

To determine the regulation of a 3-phase alternator by synchronous impedance method.

To compute full load, input output torque, slip, power factor and efficiency of a 3- phase
induction motor from circle diagram. Also to compare the results from the circle diagram with
actual full load test on the motor.

Study operation of Synchro transmitter and Repeater.

To determine the phase-sequence of 3-phase line by using resistance and capacitance in two
ways.

To connect similar 1-phase transformers in the following ways:


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(a) – Y (b) Y-Y (c) – Double Y (d) – Double

Parallel operation of D.C. Shunt Generators.

Synchronising of a 3-phase Alternators.

Parallel operation of single-phase Transformers.

Study Pole changing motor for various speeds.

Determination of characteristics of an A.C. Brushless Generator.

Determination of characteristics 2/4 pole single phase Induction Motor.

Variable frequency speed control of Induction Motor.

Overhauling of Induction Motor, and Star-Delta Starter.

Circuit Breaker Trainer (study of Air Circuit Breaker)

To perform different types of Electrical Machines experiments [preferably on Scan Drive


System [TERCOSCAN] - Electrical Machine Tutor - Simulator] such as D.C. Machines,
Induction Machine, Synchronous Machine and Transformer – mainly Motor Generator
characteristics, Control and Transformer tests to be performed - Monitoring & control to be
studied with the help of a Personal Computer and different vector quantities seen in the
oscilloscope.

REFERENCES:
1. Electrical Technology - Hughes Edward
2. Electric Motor drives - Berde
3. Electricity applied to Marine Engineering - W. Laws
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR402 Ship Fire prevention & Control

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 02 00 05 03 01 04 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Theory of fire: Introduction, Safety & Principles, Fire triangle, Spontaneous Combustion. Limits 8
of flammability. Advantages of various fire extinguishing agents including vaporising
fluids and their suitability for ship's use. Control of Class A, B and C fires.

2. Fire Prevention: SOLAS Convention, requirements in respect of materials of construction and 10


design of ships, fire detection and extinction systems, escape means, electrical installations,
ventilation system and venting system for tankers. Statutory requirements for fire fighting
systems and equipment on different vessels.

3. Fire Detection and Safety Systems:Fire safety precautions on cargo ships and tankers during 10
working. Types of detectors, Selection of fire detectors and alarm systems and their
operational limits. Commissioning and periodic testing of sensors and detection system.
Description of various systems fitted on ships.

4. Fire Fighting Equipment (Fixed & Miscellaneous types): Fire pumps, hydrants and hoses, 1
Couplings, nozzles and international shore connection, Construction, operation and merits
of different types of portable and nonportable fire extinguishers and fixed fire
extinguishing installations for ships. Properties of chemicals used. CO2 systems and inert
gas systems. Fireman's outfit, its use and care. Maintenance, testing and recharging of
appliances. Preparation for Safety Equipment and other Surveys.Breathing Apparatus – types,
uses and principles. Fixed fire installation on LPG and LNG.

5. Fire Control, Fire fighting & Shipboard Organisation: Action required and practical 14
techniques adopted for extinguishing fires in accommodation, machinery spaces, boiler
rooms, Cargo holds, galley etc. Fire fighting in port and dry dock. Procedure for reentry
after putting off fire, Rescue operations from affected compartments. First aid, Fire
organization on ships. Fire signal and muster. Fire drill. Leadership and duties.-

Total 54

Practicals:
1. Testing and operation of Jet and spray type nozzles and fire hoses.

2. Operation of emergency fire pump.


3. Operation, charging and maintenance of portable fire extinguishers
(a) CO2 water type
(b) Foam type
(c) Dry power type
(d) CO2 extinguishers
4. Operation, use and functions of breathing apparatus.
(a) Self contained type.
(b) Bellow Type.
5. Use Fireman's outfit.
6. Study and operate total CO2 flooding of Engine room & Cargo holds.
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7. Operation of different types of fire detectors


8. Basic Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting Course

REFERENCE:
1. Marine Engineering Practices- IME Publication,
2. SOLAS- Bhandarkar Publication,
3. Fire Safety Code Book
4. Survey of Life Saving Appliances and Fire Fighting Equipments- H.M.S.O.
5. Fire Abroad- Franc rush Brook
6. Fire fighting aboard ships- M.G.Stavitsky
7. Marine Electrical Technology by Fernandez
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR403 Mathematics III

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Sampling Theory: Population and Sample, Sampling with and without replacement. 4
Random Samples, Population parameters, sample statistics, samples mean, sampling
distribution of means, sample variance, mean, variance and moments for grouped data.
2. Curve Fitting, Regression and Correlation : 6
Curve filling, the method of [east squares, the least squares line, least, square line in
terms of Sample variance and covariance, regression fines, regression coefficients, the
least square parabola, multiple regression, standard error of estimate, linear correlation
coefficient, Probabilistic interpretations of regression and correlation, interpretations of
regression and correlation.
3. Digital Mathematics: 4
Binary codes: Weighted and Non weighted Binary codes, Error detecting codes, Error
correcting codes. Alphanumeric codes. Basic logic gates: AND or not gates, combining
logic gates, NAND, NOR, Exclusive-OR, Exclusive-NOR gates, converting gales
within verters.
4. Logic Circuits: 8
Sum-of-Products Boolean expressions, Product-of-Sums Boolean expressions, use of
De Morgan's Theorems, Use of NAND logic, USE OF NOR logic Numerical Analysis.
5. The Calculus of Finite Differences: 10
Differences of a function, Fundamental operators of the calculus of Finite Differences,
Algebra of Finite Difference operators, Fundamental equations satisfied by Finite
Difference Operators, Difference tables, Derivative of a tabulated function. Integral of
a tabulated Junction, Summation formula. Difference equation with constant
coefficients, Applications to oscillations of a chain of particles connected by strings
and an electrical line with discontinuous leaks, Interpolation formulae, Newton's
divided difference formula, Lagrange Interpolation formula, Forward and backward
Gregory-Newton interpolation formulae. Sterling interpolation formula. Numerical
integration by various methods (Trapezoidal Rule, Simpson's Rule etc.), linear
difference equation with constant coefficients.
6. Computing: 6
Design of efficient algorithms for problems like-factorial of a positive integer,
Fibonacci Sequence generation. Sin x, cos x, ex series summation Linear search
problem, Bubble sort Problem, Merging Problem, Calculation of computational
complexity.
7. Fourier Series and Integrals, Periodic Function‘s Fourier Series and Euler's Formulae. 6
Fourier Series for even & odd functions and functions having arbitrary period; Half-
range Expansions. Applications of Fourier Series-Rectangular Pulse; Half-wave
Rectifier. Fourier Integral, Orthogonal Functions, Gibbs Phenomenon.
8. Laplace Transform, Inverse Transform, Linearity. Laplace Transforms of Derivatives & 4
Integrals; Transformation of ordinary differentia) equation. Applications,
shiftingonthe‘s‘ and‗t‘ axes; Convolutions, Partial fractions
9. Ordinary Differential Equation of nth order; Solution of Homogeneous and non- 4
homogeneous equations,
Method of undetermined Co-efficient, System of Ordinary
Differential Equations, Phase Plant, Critical Points, Stability.
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Total 54

REFERENCES:

1. Numerical Methods for Engineering & Scientific Computation - by Jain, M- K. lyangcr,


S-R. K. Jain
2. Numerical Methods for Engineers - By Chapra S- C., Canale R. P.
3. GREWAL, B. S. Higher Engineering Mathematics, 38th Edition, Khanna Publishers, Delhi,
2004,
4. Bali, N.P. and Narayana Iyengar, N.C1LS,, Engineering Mathematics, Laxmi Publications
Ltd, New Delhi,2003
5. Venkataraman M.K. Engineering Mathematics, Vol-I & II Revised Enlarged Edition, the
National Publishing Company, Chennai, 2004.
6. K. A. Stroud, Engineering Mathematics
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR404 Engineering Materials

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 01 00 04 03 0.5 3.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Structure of Atom: Electrons and Bonding; Wave Mechanics and electronic behaviours; 8
Electronic structure of atoms; Covalent bonding; Metallic bonding; ionic bonding and
Secondary bonding. Atomic packing-directionally and non-directionally bonded atoms;
Crystal structure-Space lattices; Ionic and molecular crystals; Interfacing in crystals-
Points; line, surface and volume imperfections; Non-crystalline solids; Elastomers; Long
chain and molecular compounds and three dimensional net work .
2. Metals and Alloys: Different types of iron and steel; their manufacture, properties and uses 5
in industry. Alloys of iron and steel. Non-ferrous metals and alloys. Properties and uses;
Miscellaneous engineering materials; their properties and uses.
3. Miscellaneous Engg. Materials: Refractoriness, Insulating materials; Plastics and Rubber; 5
PVC, Resins, Adhesives and Bonding Plastics, Paints. Manufacture, properties and
selection for various engineering applications. Polyurethenefoam.
4. Testing of Materials: 6
Destructive Tests: Tensile Test; Compression Test; Hardness Test; Bend Test; Torsion
Test & Impact Test. Non-destructive Tests: Magnetic Particle Test; Fluorescent Test;
Ultrasonic Test, Radiography Test.
5. Solid Solution: Properties of solid solutions and alloys. Types of Binary alloys, Thermal 6
Equilibrium Diagrams, Cooling curves, Eutectic and paratactic alloys, Intermetallic
compounds. Allotropy of Iron, Iron-carbon Equilibrium diagrams, T-T-T curve,
Equilibrium Diagrams for Ferrous and Non-ferrous metals and alloys.
6. Heat Treatment: Heat treatment principles and processes and purposes for Ferrous and 7
non-ferrous metals and alloys. Effect on structures and properties. Deformation and
Fracture of materials in services.
7. Fatigue & Creep: Fatigue loading, Mechanisms of fatigue, fatigue curve, Fatigue tests. 5
Design criteria in fatigue, Corrosion fatigue. Stress concentration. Creep phenomena and
creep-resisting alloys. Creep curve. Short time and long time creep tests. Development
of creep resisting alloys.
8. Corrosion and its prevention: Mechanism of corrosion, Thermodynamics & kinetics of 5
corrosion, Chemical corrosion Electrochemical corrosion, Anodic and Catholic
protection, Forms of metallic coatings. Anodizing, Phosphate.
9. Uses of materials in shipboard application: Chromium, Ceramic, Titanium, PTFE in 3
Shipboard Systems. Characteristics of above materials.
10. Selection of Materials in Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering: Boilers, Steam and Gas 4
turbine, Purifiers and Diesel engine components, Pumping Machinery, Components and
Piping System, Engine seating. Propellers and Rudders. Composition, strength value and
other requirement for materials used.
Total 54

Practicals:
1. To determine the behavior of different materials when subjected to Tension and to obtain
the following Tensile properties of materials on Universal Testing Machine:
(i) UTS,
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(ii) Yield Stress,


(iii) Young's Modulus,
(iv) Breaking Stress,
(v) Percentage Elongation,
(vi) Percentage reduction in area and
(vii) Plotting of Curve of- Stress vs Strain.

2. To conduct IZOD impact test on impact test machine and calculate value of energy absorbed.

3. Calculate Hardness of a Material on Brinnel‘s Hardness Testing Machine.

4. Determination of behaviour of ductile materials when subjected to torsion and to obtain


(i) Maximum Torsion Stress,
(ii) Modulus of Rigidity and
(iii) Plotting of curve of Angle of Twist vs Torque.

5. To determine the stiffness of springs for


(a) round wire and
(b) square section wire when subjected to compression.

6. To study grain structure of various ferrous & Non Ferrous material under microscope.

7. To conduct Dye Penetrant Test for detection of crack in material.

8. To conduct Magnetic Particle test for crack detection.

9. To conduct flaw detection test by Ultrasonic Equipment.

10. To study behaviour of a material under fatigue on Fatigue testing machine.

11. To prepare a report on use of material in shipbuilding & Marine Engineering.

REFERENCE:

1. Metallurgy for Engineers - E. C. Rollason


2. Pounder‘s Marine Diesel Engines - Doug Woodyard
3. Material Science - Hazra - Chaudhary
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR405 Mechanics of Machines

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 01 00 04 03 0.5 3.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Basic Mechanisms: Mechanisms and machines, kinematics pair, elements, chains and 5
inversions, Degrees of freedom, movability, Grubler's criterion, four link mechanisms,
Grashof's criteria.
2. Kinematics and Link-Mechanisms: Relative motion between bodies moving in different 10
planes. Instantaneous center method; Rubbing velocities at pin joints. Graphical
construction for relative velocity and acceleration in different link and sliding
mechanisms. Analytical determination of velocity and acceleration. Forces in Crank
and connecting rods. Inertia force on link connecting rods. Effect of friction.
3. Turning Moment & Flywheel: Function of a Flywheel. Crank effort diagrams. 10
Fluctuation of speed and energy. Effect of centrifugal tension on flywheel. Inertia
torque and its effects on Crank Effort diagrams.
4. Cams: Types of cams and followers. Specified motion of followers. Uniform acceleration 10
and deceleration, S.H.M. and uniform velocity Graphical construction of Cam-profile.
Analytical design procedure for cams with Straight flank, Curved flank, Circular flank
with various types of followers Spring force and Reaction Torque. In-line cams and off
center cams.
5. Spur Gearing : Various definition e.g. p.c.d. profile of gear teeth, module, path of contact, 6
velocity of sliding Interference, Gear ratio and center distance of simple and compound
gear trains.
6. Toothed gearing: Types of gears, conditions for transmission of constant velocity ratio; 13
methods of avoiding interference; Transmission of power by gear trains on parallel
shafts; Rack and pinion. Bevel gears, Worm and Worm wheel. Spur gear Helical gears,
Spiral gears; Epicycle gear trains. Torque on gear trains, acceleration of gear trains.
Total 54

Practicals: To measure circular and linear displacements of cam and follower in case of
(A) Plate cam-Reciprocating follower
(B) Tangent cam-with roller oscillating follower and plot the displacement curves hence
differentiate the velocity and accelerating curves.

REFERENCES:

1. Advanced Mechanics of Machines - J. Hannah & R.C. Stephens


2. Theory of Machines - P. L BaUaney
3. Engineering Mechanics -S.Trmoshenko& D. H. Young.
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR406 Applied Thermodynamics – II

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Fuels, Combustion & Dissociation: Definition of Fuel, combustion. Combustion 10
Equation, Analysis of the Products of Combustion, stoichiometric combustion, Actual
combustion, Excess Air, Mixture strength. Dissociation. Effect of Dissociation on LC-
Engines.
2. Gas Dynamics: - One Dimensional steady flow of compressible fluids, Isentropic flow, 10
Effect of Friction, Flaw through Nozzles and Differ. Critical condition, Mach number,
Subsonic, Sonic and Supersonic Flow. Flow of steam through Nozzle? and Diffuses.
3. Steam Turbines:- 14
General Principles of Impulse and Reaction Turbines: -Velocity Diagrams for
simple Impulse and Impulse-Reaction Turbine. Compounding of Impulse Turbine-
Pressure and velocity compounding. Force on blades, Work done by Blades, Axial
Thrust, Blade or Diagram Efficiency. Effect of Friction on Blades, Applied Problems.
4. Transmission of Heat:- Fourier's Law of Heat conduction. Thermal conductivity of 12
Insulating materials Conduction through flat & cylindrical, spherical surfaces in series.
Heat Transfer from fluids to fluids through walls. Application of Heat Transfer in
Marine Heat Exchangers, like Coolers, Heaters, Condensers. Pre-diction of convection
Heat Transfer rates. Use of Non-Dimensional Groups.
5. Prandtl No. Nussle No., Reynolds No., Stanton No., Grashof No, Graetz No, Natural and 8
Forced Convection.
Total 54

REFRENCE:
1. Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering
2. Technologists T.D.Eastop & A. McConkey
3. Applied Thermodynamics J. B. O. Sneeden & S- V, Karr
4. Basic Engineering Thermodynamics Joel Rayner
5. Heat Engines - P- L. Ballaney
6. Thermodynamics- Applied to heat Engines E, H. Lewitt
Heat and Thermodynamics Mark W. Zcmansky & Richard H.
Dittman
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR407 - Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 01 00 04 03 0.5 3.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Properties of fluid: - 4
Types of fluid, law of continuum, properties of fluid-surface tension, cohesion &
adhesion, viscosity & its measurement- rotating viscometer, capillarity, bulk
modulus of elasticity, compressibility, vapor pressure and cavitation.
2. Fluid static: - 8
Pressure & its measurement, hydrostatic law, hydrostatic forces on submerged
surfaces vertical, horizontal, inclined & curved surface, Variation of forces with
depth, buoyancy and floatation, Centre of pressure on a rectangular vertical plane
surface or triangular plane surface , both with one edge parallel to the surface of the
liquid, meta centric height, stability of immersed and floating body.
3. Fluid Kinematics: - 10
Types of fluid flow, velocity & acceleration of fluid flow, rate of flow & continuity
equation, vortex flows. Full bore flow of liquid through pipes under constant head.
Flow through orifice. Flow through pipes, Flow through parallel concentric pipes,
Flow through parallel plates, Coefficient of velocity, contraction of area and
discharge.
4. Fluid Dynamics: - 8
Control volume & Control surface, Euler‘s equation, Bernoulli‘s equation and its
applications. Flow rate measurement-Venturimeter, Orificemeter & Pitot tube. -
Compressible flow: - velocity of sound, mach no & mach cone.
5. Fluid Machines: - 14
Impulse momentum principal force exerted by a jet on flat plate, hinged flat plate,
moving flat plate, curved and pipe bend. Surge Pressure and control; C.F. pump: -
types, construction, velocity diagram & plate, work done, effect of van shape, pump
losses & efficiency pressure rise in impeller, minimum starting speed of pump,
specific speed, cavitations & maximum suction lift, NPSH performance
characteristics of C.F pump. Blade diagrams for a centrifugal pump, Reciprocating
Pumps and other positive displacement pumps, Single acting and double acting , use
of air vessel.
6. Hydraulic Turbines: 10
Impulse reaction turbine, pelton wheel, Francis, propeller& Kaplan turbine, effective
head, available power & efficiencies for above turbines, draft tube, specific speed of
turbine, cavitation, performance characteristics of turbines.
Total 54

Practical work: -
The term work shall be based on experimental and analytical work on the topics mentioned above and
will be defended by the candidates.

1. Buoyancy Experiment - Metacentric Height


2. Measurement of flow using Pitot tube, flow meter, flow nozzle Bernoulli's equation-
Venturimeter.
3. To verify the Bernoulli‘s theorem with help of given apparatus.
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4. To determine coefficient of discharge of venturimeter and orificemeter.


5. To determine friction losses through pipes.
6. To determine coefficient of discharge of through notches and weirs.
7. To study the performance characteristics of a constant speed centrifugal pump, specific
speed. Performance characteristics of multistage pump.
8. To study about the Positive discharge pumps
9. To find the Characteristics of Impulse and Reaction Turbine Specific speed and unit quantities.
10. Study various types of impellers on a Board. Impellers of pumps for practical demonstration
specially required for Design Work.

REFERENCES BOOKS: -
1. Fluid Mechanics by -Yunus Cengel.
2. Fluid Mechanics & Machine -by R.K. Bansal
3. Fluid Mechanics & Machine -by K.R. Arora
4. Hydraulics and fluid mechanic - P.N. Modi, S.M. Seth
5. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines - R.K. Rajputh
6. Fluid Mechanics (Part — I & Part -II) - J. F. Douglas
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR 408 - Machine Design & Drawing

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
02 02 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 50 150

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction to machine design: 1
Meaning of Design, Introduction to machine design, Phases in design, Preferred
Numbers & Standards, Codes for materials Properties & application of engineering
materials and their selection. Factor of Safety and factors influencing it.
2. Design considerations: 2
Direct stresses (Tensile and Compressive), stress-strain diagram, Bending stresses,
Bearing stresses, Tensional stresses, Eccentric loading, Principal stresses, Contact
stresses, Castiglione‘s theory for determining deflections. Theories of failures. Limits,
Tolerances and Type of fits.
3. Design of Shaft, Keys & Couplings: 4
Design of shaft & axles on basis of bending, torsion & combined loading, Shaft design
on the basis of rigidity, Effect of keyways, Design of Square key, Rectangular key,
Kennedy key, Splines, Flexible Shaft, Design of Muff or Sleeve coupling, Clamp
coupling, Flange coupling, Pin-bushed coupling, Universal Joint.
4. Power transmission: clutches & brakes, Belt drives, chain drives, design & drawing of 3
tooth gearing like spur & Bevel gears, Rack & pinion, worm & worm wheels, helical
gears.
5. Design of bolt and riveted joints: 3
Riveted joints: Types of riveted joints, Design of double and triple riveted butt joint
with equal and unequal cover plates, Design of riveted joint as per IBR, Design of lap
joint, Lozenge joint
Bolted joints: Definitions, Types of threads, screw fastenings, locking devices for nuts,
washers, eye bolts, Efficiency of threads, Static stresses in screw fastenings
Eccentric loading in riveted and bolted joints: a) Loading parallel to axis of bolts b)
Loading perpendicular to axis of bolts c) Eccentric loading on circular base.
6. Design of Bearing & Seals: 5
Sliding contact bearings: Journal bearings, thrust bearings, friction in journal bearings,
bearing loads, bearing design using various equations. Thermal Equilibrium. Rolling
Contact Bearings: Load ratings, types of radial ball bearings, selection of bearings,
lubrication of ball and roller bearings, methods of failure.,Seals - Selection and
application of seals.
7. Sketch the following: 18
Assembly Drawings of marine components in Orthographic projection from Isometric
views e,g, Bilge Suction Strainer Boxes, Ship's Side Discharge Valve Chest, Cylinder
Relief Valve, Control Valve, Oil Fuel Strainer, Parallel Slide Stop Valve , Ballast
Chest for Oil or Water , Feed Check Valve, Gear Pump , Control Valves, Boiler Blow-
down valves, Diesel Engines Rocker arms, cylinder liner, connecting rod with
bearings. Full bore boiler safety valve, Hydraulic Exhaust Valve . (Minimum of 9
drawings to be completed in the class. Remaining drawings to be given as home
assignment)
Sample list drawings para 17 DCS Annex-II Air Inlet Valve, Automatic Valve.
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Total 36

REFERENCE BOOK

1. Mechanical Engg Desgin - Joseph Shigley & Charles Mischlee from Tata Mcgrawhill, 2nd
Edn
2. Design of Machine Elements – V.B. Bhanduri from Tata Mcgrawhill, 2nd Edn
3. Machine Drawing – N.D. Bhatta
4. MacGibbon‘s Pictorial Drawing Book for Marine Engineers-James G.Holburn & John J.
Seaton, James Munro & Company, limited Engineering and Nautical Publishers
5. Reed'3 Engineering Drawing for Marine Engineers - Volume II by H. G. Beck

6. Engineering Drawing for Marine Engineers-Vol-11, Reeds Marine Engineers Series, Thomas
Reed Publications.
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR409 – Workshop Practice- III

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 00 04 04 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 50 50

Study of Workshop layout;


Steam & Exhaust Line Tracing;
Feed & condensate Line Tracing for the Steam Engine Plant;
Cooling Water & Fuel Line Tracing for the Steam Engine Plant;
Smoke lube Boiler Familiarisation;
Globe Valve Overhauling;
Sluice Valve Overhauling;
Non-return Globe Valve Overhauling;
2 Way/ 3 Way Cock Overhauling;
Shaft Key Making
Thread cutting by Taps & Die;
Thread cutting by Lathe Machine.
Other important "jobs" that may be introduced as per current trend, to keep student abreast
with latest.
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-IV (Marine Engineering)
2MR410 – General Performance

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
W/S Pr/TW
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab Total /Perfo Int.
Tu. Theory Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) rmanc Asses
e
00 00 00 00 00 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 100 100

**************************** END of Semester IV ****************************


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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem- V (Marine Engineering)
2MR501 Marine Internal Combustion Engine – I

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 00 04 04 00 04 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction & Characteristics of IC Engine: 4-Stroke and 2-stroke cycles; Deviation 10
from Ideal condition in actual engines; Limitation in parameters, Timing Diagrams of 2
- Stroke and 4-Stroke engines. Comparative study of slow speed, medium speed and
high speed diesel engines - suitability and requirements for various purposes Mean
Piston speed, M.C.R. & C.S.R. ratings. Practical heat balance diagrams and thermal
efficiency.
2. General Description of I.C. Engines: Marine Diesel Engine of MA.N - B&W., Seizer, 16
make, Constructional Details of I.C. Engines: Principal Components: Jackets and
Liners, Cylinder, heads. Piston, Cross heads, Connecting rods, Bed Plates, A-frames,
Welded construction for Bed plates & frames. Tie rods, hydraulic exhaust valves.
3. Scavenging and Supercharging System: Scavenging arrangements in 2-Stroke engines; 5
Air charging and exhausting in 4-Stroke engines; Various types of Scavenging in 2-
stroke engines; Uni-flow, loop, cross loop and reverse loop scavenging, their merits and
demerits, Scavenge pumps for normally aspirated engines; under piston scavenging,
Scavenge manifolds.
4. Supercharging arrangements: pulse and constant pressure type; their relative merits and 5
demerits in highly rated marine propulsion engine. Air movements inside the cylinders.
Turbocharger and its details. Two stage, un-cooled, radial turbochargers.
5. Cooling of I.C. Engines: Various Cooling media used; their merits and demerits, cooling 5
of Pistons, cylinder jackets & cylinder heads, Bore cooling, coolant conveying
mechanism and system, maintenance of coolant and cooling system.
6. Lubrication Systems: Lubrication arrangement in diesel engine including Coolers & 6
Filters, Cylinder-lubrication, Linear wear and preventive measures, Combinations of
lubricating oil its effect and preventive measures.
- Improvements in Lubricating oils though use of additives. Types of additive
- Monitoring engines though lubricating oil analysis reports.
7. Fuel pumps and metering devices: Jerk and Common rail systems; Fuel injection 7
systems Helical groove and spill valve type Fuel Pumps. System for burning heavy
oil in slow and medium speed marine engine, V.I.T. & Electronic injection system.
- Effect of viscosity on liquid combustion.
- Measuring equipment and its working principle.
- Necessity of variable fuel injection system.
- Procedure of application on a modern slow speed long stroke engine.
- Necessity for adoption of fuel quality setting system.
- Incorporation of FQSL along with the V.I.T. system of the engine.
8. Medium speed Engines: Different types of medium speed marine diesel engines, 10
couplings, and reduction gear used in conjunction with medium speed Engine,
Development in exhaust valve design, V-type engine details.
- Use of poor quality residual fuels and their consequences.
- Improvements in designs for higher power output.
- Fuels, combustion process – fundamentals.
9. Special features of I.C. Engines: Development of long-stroke Engines, Implication 8
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of stroke-bore ratio, Development in materials in construction & heat treatment


of M.E. components.
Total 72

REFERENCE:

1. Wood yard, Goug, "Pounder's Marine Diesel Engines". 8th Edition, Butter Worth Heinemann
Publishing, London, 2001.
2. "Slow speed Diesel Engine" Institute of Marine Engineers
3. S H Henshall, "Medium and High Speed Diesel Engines for Marine Use", 1st Edition, Institute
of Marine Engineers, Mumbai, 1996.
4. D K Sanyal, "Principle'& Practice of Marine Diesel Engines", 2d Edition, Bhandarkar
Publication, Mumbai, 1998.
5. "Marine Low Speed Diesel Engine", Denis Griffiths.
6. "Lamb's Question and Answer on Marine diesel Engine".
7. "Diesel Engine", A.]. Wharton
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-V (Marine Engineering)
2MR502 Marine Auxiliary Machines- I

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. General Engine Room Layout: Layout of main and auxiliary machinery in engine rooms 3
in different ships.
2. Layout of Pipe lines, Pipe material, Piping arrangement for steam, bilge, ballast and oil 8
fuel systems, Lub oil and Cooling system lines with various fittings. Domestic fresh
water and sea water and sea water hydrophore system. Colour code and safety fittings
of bunkering procedure and in the pipe lines.

3. Fuels: Source of supply, Study of Primary Fuels, Coal, Petroleum, Natural Gas, 8
Classification of Fuels. Treatment of Fuels for combustion in Marine I.C.E. and Steam
Plants. Residual fuels, Emulsified Fuels, Merits and demerits of such fuel in marine
engines

4. Bunkering procedure, precautions taken, Line diagram for H.F.0 & D.O. 4

5. Filters: strainers and filters, types of marine filters, different types of filter materials, 5
auto-clean and Duplex filters, Static filters, micro filters. Priming and core
maintenance of filters

6. Pumps: Types of pumps for various requirements, their characteristics and 9


application in ships. Centrifugal Pumps, Gear Pumps, Screw Pumps and
Reciprocating pumps, Care and Maintenance of pumps. Use & Care
Maintenance of pumps of various types. Hydraulic pumps & motors, line filters
and systems. Automation and control of pumps & pumping systems

7. Blowers and Compressors: Operational and constructional details of blowers and 5


compressors used on board ships. Uses of compressed air. Air Bottles, Construction,
mountings & associated system

8. Evaporators: Construction and Operation of different types of evaporators. Fresh Water 5


generators and distillers. Reverse Osmosis process, Conditioning arrangements of
distilled water for drinking purpose

9. Heat Exchangers: tubular and plate type, reasons of corrosion, tube removal, plugging, 5
and materials used.

10. Oil Purification: Theory of oil purifications, various methods of oil purifications, Use of 8
settling / service tanks & precautions taken before entering / cleaning tanks. Principles
of operation and construction of different Centrifuges for heavy fuel and lubricating oil
like FOPX system, Self desludging Uses of Homogenizers. ALCAP system,
Importance of LO/FO testing, Method of testin
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11. Hydraulic pumps & Motors:- 12


Types of Hydrostatic drives. Types of Hydraulic Transmission Systems-Multimotor
open-circuit Systems and closed -circuit systems. Applications of Hydraulic
Transmission, Advantages and disadvantages of Hydrostatic transmission & fluid
circuit.
Pumps: Design considerations, characteristics and calculations on Gear, Screw, Vane
pumps of fixed and variable displacement types, Axial piston pumps of fixed and
variable Displacement types-Swash plate and Bent Axis Design; Radial piston pump,
Motors : Fixed or Variable displacement type, axial piston unit. Of Swash plate and
bent axis design, fixed displacement axial piston unit of wobble plate design. Vane
type.

Total 72

REFERENCES:

1. Marine Auxiliary machinery - D.W. Smith


2. Marine Auxiliary machinery - H.D. McGeorge
3. Marine Engineering Practice - IME Publication
4. Basic Marine Engineering - J. K. Dhar
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-V (Marine Engineering)
2MR 503 Naval Architecture – I

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Basics & Buoyancy : Laws of floatation, Buoyancy, Reserve buoyancy, TPC, FWA, 10
DWA. Form Coefficients. Use of displacement tables and curves.
Terms such as Righting Lever (GZ), Righting Moment. Stable, unstable and neutral
equilibrium etc.
2. Geometry of Ship & Hydrostatic Calculations: Ships lines, Displacement Calculation, 12
First and Second moment of area, Simpson's rules, application to area and volume,
Trapezoidal rule, mean and midordinate rule. Tchebycheff's rule and its applications,
Tonnes per Centimeter Immersion, Coefficient of form, Wetted surface area, Similar
figures. Centre of gravity, effect of addition and removal of masses, Effect of
suspended mass. Location of Centre of Gravity (KG), Location of Centre of buoyancy
(KB).
3. Transverse Stability of Ships: Statical stability at small angles of heel, Calculation of 20
B.M. Metacentric height, Inclining experiment, Free surface effect, Stability at
large angles of heel, curves of statical stability, dynamical stability, angle of loll;
stability of a wall sided ship.IMO recommendations concerning stability.
4. Longitudinal Stability and trim: Longitudinal BM, Moment to change trim on Cm. 20
Change of L.C.B. with change of trim, Change of trim due to adding or deducting
weights, alteration of draft due to change in density, Flooding calculations,
Floodable length curves, M.O.T. method for determination of floodable lengths,
factors of subdivision, Loss of stability due to grounding, Docking stability.
Pressure on chocks.
5. Resistance & Powering: Frictional, Residuary & Total resistance, Froude's Law of 10
comparison, Effective power calculations, Ships Corelation Factor (SCF),
Admiralty coefficient, Fuel Coefficient and Fuel consumption. Effect of
viscosity and application of ITTC formula
Total 72

REFERENCES:

1. Ship and Naval Architecture - R. Munro-Smith


2. Naval Architecture for Engineers - Reeds' Vol - 6
3. Introduction to Naval Architecture - Eric Tupper
4. Creative Naval Architecture - G. N. HATCH
5. Ship Construction - D. J. Eyers
6. Principles of Naval Architecture - SNAME Publications
7. Naval Architecture, Principles & Theory - B. Baxter
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8. Naval Architecture for Marine Engineer - W. Muckle


9. Naval Architecture - Esic C. Tup
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. Sem-V (Marine Engineering)
2MR504 Dynamics of Vibration

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Free vibrations: Free Harmonic Vibrations, Linear motion of an elastic system, Angular 8
motion of an elastic system. Differential equation of motion. Free Vibration of
springs in series and parallel. Simple and Compound pendulums, Single and two
degrees of freedom.
2. Damped vibrations: Idea of Viscous and Coulomb damping, Linear and angular 5
vibrations with Viscous damping, Forced damped liner and angular Vibrations,
Periodic movement of support.
3. Forced vibrations: Forced Linear and angular vibrations, periodic force transmitted to 5
support, periodic movement of the support.
4. Forced Damped Vibration: To write differential equation of motion and find 4
amplitude, frequency.
5. Torsional vibrations: Single rotor system, rotor at end and rotor in the middle. Effect 6
of inertia of Shaft, Two rotor system, rotors at both ends and rotors at one end.
Three rotor and multirotor systems. Torsionally equivalent shafts, Geared system.
6. Transverse vibrations of beams : Single Concentrated load, effect of the mass of the 12
beam, Energy methodseveral concentrated Loads uniformly distributed load,
Dunkerley's empirical method for several concentrated loads. - 8
Whirling of shafts Whirling of shafts, critical speed, effect of slope of the disc,
effect of end thrusts.-7
7. Balancing: Balancing of masses rotating in different planes, dynamic forces at 10
bearings, Primary and secondary balance of multicylinder inline Engines and
Configurations.
8. Gyroscope : Gyroscopic couple, Vector representation of torque and angular momentum, 6
steady rectangular precession, vector treatment; Steady conical precession; Motion
involving steady precession; Application to Ship's stabilisation.
Total 54

VIBRATIONS EXPERIMENTS

1. To study the undamped free vibrations of equivalent spring mass system;


2. To determine the radius of gyration of a given bar by using bifilar suspension;
3. To study gyroscopic effect and to find out gyroscopic couple both in magnitude and
direction;
4. To study free vibrations of two rotor system and to determine the natural frequency of
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vibrations theoretically and experimentally;


5. Static and dynamic balancing of shaft;
6. To study the damped torsional oscillation and determine the damped coefficient;
7. To determine the characteristic curves of sleeve position against controlling force and speed for
the governor;

REFERENCES:

1. Advanced Mechanics of Machines - J. Hannah & R. C. Stephens


2. Theory of Machines - P. L. Ballaney
3. Engineering Mechanics - S. Timoshenko & D. H. Young
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem- V (Marine Engineering)
2MR 505 Marine Electro Technology

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 01 00 04 03 0.5 3.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction: Overview of marine electrical systems the basic components / systems and 1
the conditions under which they have to function Electrical and Electronic Symbols
and Interpretation of flow Diagram and circuits.
2. Power Generation Equipment & Automatic Voltage Regulation: Selection of 4
alternators and shaft generators for use on ships with reference to its prime mover.
Merits & demerits of A.C. & D.C. on ships. Location & installation of generator sets.
Construction of brushless high speed alternators, Automatic Voltage Regulators, rapid
voltage response of alternators. Paralleling of alternators, Detection of machinery
malfunction, location of faults action to prevent damage
3. Alternative Source of Power: Emergency Generator & Different starting method 6
including auto -start, emergency batteries construction and its different types & duties,
Location of emergency power, Different Emergency loads, Rules & Regulation,
emergency power, Maintenance of emergency power source on board. Shore Supply -
Specifications as per Voltage /frequency, precautions while taking shore supply.
Navigation and signaling lights

4. Distribution: Different electrical diagrams and their uses, electrical signals. Tlpe of 4
Distribution, Distribution network on board; Main & emergency switch board,
construction, different switch gear & protective devices, Grounded and Insulated
neutral systems, precautions adopted in High Voltage distribution system. Cables &
Temperature classification.

5. Motor & Control Equipments: Types of marine motor, types of enclosures, protective 6
devices on motors, motor characteristic curves, sequential starting (e.g. Refrigerating
plants, automatic fired boiler).

6. Miscellaneous marine electrical equipment Alarm System: Engine Room Telegraph, 6


Rudder Angle Indicator, R.P.M. & Revolution Counter, Centralised Salinity Indicator,
Watertight door operation, Alarm system (types, supply) on board‘s oxygen analyzer,
High & low level arms, Navigational lights, Emergency Radio Operation, Electrical
Deck auxiliaries.

7. Maintenance of Electrical Systems, Fault finding & Repair: Type of faults & 8
indications on Generator, motor & distribution systems, Different Testing equipments
& meters (multimenter / meger, clamp meter), Salvaging a motor Detection of faults
on electronic circuits & cards - indications & corrective arrangements, Necessary
Precautions & care while fault finding and Repair, preventative maintenance, periodic
surveys, spares requirement.

8. Special Electrical Practice: Rules and Regulations & operation of electro-hydraulic & 10
Electric Steering gear, Diesel-electric and Turbo electric propulsion system, pod /
Azipod drive unit, superconductivity applied in propulsion, Turbo alternator, special
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electrical practice for oil, gas and chemical Tankers (Tanker classification, Dangerous
spaces, Hazardous zones, Temperature class), Flame proof Ex ‗d‘ and intrinsic safety
Ex ‗i‘, Ex ‗e‘, and Ex ‗equipments and their applications in zones, Maintenance of Ex-
protected apparatus. Electrical Survey requirements.

9. Safe Electrical Practice: Safe watch-keeping, points to check on electrical machineries, 7


Switch gears & equipments, microprocessor control and maintenance electrical fire
fighting, precautions against electric shock and related hazards

10. High Voltage Systems: Hazards & Precaution required for operation of power system of 2
above 1,000 V High Voltage transformers. Design features of high voltage
installations.

Total 54

Practicals:
To perform different types of Electrical Machines experiments [preferably on Scan Drive
System [TERCOSCAN] - Electrical Machine Tutor - Simulator] such as D.C. Machines,
Induction Machine, Synchronous Machine and Transformer – mainly Motor Generator
characteristics, Control and Transformer tests to be performed - Monitoring & control to be
studied with the help of a Personal Computer and different vector quantities seen in the
oscilloscope.
Study electrical circuit diagrams of important systems individually and in totality.
Performance test for automation control devices and protective devices.
Calibrate & adjust transmitters and controllers, control system fault finding.

REFERENCES:

1. Marine electrical practice - BOWIC


2. Electricity applied to Marine engineering - S. W. LAW
3. Marine Electrical Practice - G. O. Watson
4. Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge - Dennis T. Hall
5. An Introduction to Electrical Instrumentation - B. A. Gregory
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-V (Marine Engineering)
2MR 506 Electronics
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 01 00 04 03 0.5 3.5 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Transistor: Transistor as a small signal amplifier and Frequency Response. Transistorised 6
power amplifier. Relation between Maximum Output Power, Efficiency & Power
Dissipation. Characteristics and applications of Field Effect Transistor (FET) &Injunction
Transistor (UJT).

2. Regulated Power Supplies: Series & Shunt Regulated Power Supplies. Regulator ICs like 78XX, 4
79XX, 723.

3. Oscillators: Requirements for Oscillations, phase shift Oscillators, Wein Bridge Oscillator, 4
Crystal Oscillators, Decoupling Filters.

4. Transistor Power Amplifier : Design Theory , Basic Complementary symmetry, 4


Pracitcal Complementary push-pull amplifier, Transistor, Phase inverter Relation
between Maximum Outpur power and load resistance and Transistor dissipation .
5. Wave Shaping and Switching : Clipping , Clamping, time base or Sweep Generator, 3
Multivibrators & Schimitt Triggers

6. Operation Amplifier Theory: Concept of Differential Amplifiers. Its use in DP-AMPS . 4


Linear OP –amp circuits.

5. Converters: Digital To Analog Converters (Binary weighted, R2R) with applications. Analog 4
To Digital Converters (Simultaneous, Counter Type) with applications

6. Digital Circuit & Boolean Algebra: Logic systems, Logic Gates, Codes. Boolean Algebra 5
and simplification of logical equations. Types of flipflops, Shift Registers, Counters,
Multiplexers and Demultiplexers.

7. TTL & CMOS Logic Families: TTL NAND gate. Different TTL Series with typical 5
specifications. Development of CMOS Logic. Typical specifications of CMOS family.
Electronics Instruments: Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Digital Voltemeters and frequency 4
meters, Multimeters; Vacuum Tube voltmeter and signal Generators, Signal
generation- operationg principle – application ; signal generation as used on board
ship like measuring and controlling various variables including rpm , pressure, flow,
temperature level, strain. Q-meters.

8. Industrial Electronics: Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR) and other devices, VI 5


characteristic. Application of Power rectification, Speed control of DC motor,
Inverters.Photo Electric Devices.IC 555 Internal Block Diagram, application as
Monostable & Bistable Multivibrator.

9. Communication Equipment Overview: Need of Modulation & Demodulation. Generation of 5


AM & FM with waveforms. Pulse Communication. Radio Transmitter & Receivers.
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Introduction to RADAR.
10. Introduction to Microprocessors: 8085 Microprocessors architecture, instruction sets. 1
Introduction to Microcontrollers.

Total 54

Laboratory
To study the characteristics of Thermistor.
To study the volt ampere; characteristic of Field Effect Transistor.
To study the characteristics of Silicon Controlled Rectifier.
To study the Transistor Bias stability.
T o study the Transistor Teed Back Amplifier.
To study the Integrated Circuit operational Amplifier.
To study the Integrating, Differentiating Clamping and Clipping Circuit
To study the Logic Training Board.
To study the Speed control of a D.C motor by Thyristor
Assembling electronic components as per given circuit on Circuit Board.
Study electronic FID controller.
Study PCB of High Temperature alarm system .
Study PCB of High Level alarm system. i
Study PCB for other alarm systems like heat, smoke, pressure, rpm.
Study of IC &LSIC

REFERENCE:

1. Power Electronics by - P.S.Bhimbra

2. Digital Principles and Applications - By Malvino Leach

3. Microprocessors and Microcomputers - Ramesh Gaonkar


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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-V (Marine Engineering)
2MR 507 Marine Heat Engines

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Steam turbines: Compounding of steam turbine - pressure compounding 18
velocity compounding and pressure velocity compounding of Impulse turbines,
conditions for, maximum Energy transfer in above cases, Impulse-reaction and
parson's turbine. Degree of reaction, condition for maximum Energy transfer in
Reaction turbines, Stage efficiency, overall efficiency and reheat factor, condition
curve.
2. Vapour Power cycles: Carnot's cycle, Rankine Cycle, Modified Rankine Cycle, 12
superheat cycle, reheat cycle, regenerative cycle, Binary vapour cycle and its
effect on Thermal Efficiency, Steam machinery plants, combined steam & gas plant.

3. Gas Turbine Plants: Constant volume or Explosion cycle Gas Turbine plant, 16
constant pressure cycle or Joule Brayton cycle Gas turbine plant simple C-B-T cycle,
condition for maximum work output and thermal efficiency in simple cycle.
Methods of improvement of Thermal Efficiency and work ratio of Gas Turbine plants.
C-B-T-H cycle, complex cycles, closed cycle operation of Gas turbine plants, their
merits and demerits.

4. Axial Flow Compressor: Principle of centrifugal compression and pressur e rise 8


in centrifugal compressor, change in Angular Momentum. Pre -whirl and pre-
whirl vanes. Mach number at inlet to a centrifugal compressor, slip and slip factor,
multi-stage centrifugal compressor.

Total 54

REFERENCES:

1. Heat engines - P. L. Ballaney


2. Thermodynamics applied to Heat engines - E. H. Lewitt
3. Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering
Technologists - T. D. Eastop & A. McConkey
4. Applied Thermodynamics - J. B. O. Sneeden & S. V. Karr.
5. Tanker Safety Guide Liquefied Gas - International Chember of Shipping
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-V (Marine Engineering)
2MR 508 Marine Power Plant Operation –I

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 00 04 04 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 100 100

Study of working of following Marine Equipments:

1. Cylinder liner of Marine Diesel Engine.


2. Piston of Large Marine Diesel engine
3. Cylinder head.
4. Jerk Type Fuel pump.
5. Sulzer/ MAN-B&W fuel pump.
6. Sulzer/ MAN-B&W air starting valve.
7. Fuel injector
8. Cylinder relief valve.
9. Turbocharger
10. Air compressor.
11. Purifier
12. Plate heat exchanger / Shell & tube heat exchanger.
13. 4 ram & 2 ram Steering gear
14. Gear box turbo alternator.
15. Thrust bearing.
16. Oily water separator.
17. Incinerator
18. Any other machinery found onboard a modem ship

[Every student/cadet will study equipment an its working as per instruction sheet and draw sketches of
the components where required, dismantling & assembling may be part of this practical training.
Assessment will be done on student/cadet's understanding of the equipment.]
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-V (Marine Engineering)
2MR 509 Workshop Practice –IV
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 00 04 04 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 50 50

Rectangular Block making by Shaping Machine.


Key Way making by Milling Machine.
Reciprocating Pump Overhauling;
Centrifugal Pump Overhauling;
Air Compressor Overhauling;
Water tube (Foster Wheeler) Boiler Familiarisation;
Machine Shop Job: Making a specimen for tensile test.
Double-V Weld;
T-Weld (inner & Outer);
Pipe repair & Fabrication;
Diesel Engine Familiarisation & Overhauling.
Familiarisation with CNC & VMC machines
Additional practical to be included to help in understanding of modern day ship systems.
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-V (Marine Engineering)
2MR510 – General Performance

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 00 00 00 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 100 100

********************************End of Semester V********************************


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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)
2MR601 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction to Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 4
Brief history of refrigeration, methods of Refrigeration, conventional and non
conventional, units of Refrigeration, Coefficient Of Performance, Refrigeration
efficiency.
2. Theory of Refrigeration 6
Carnot, Bell Coleman and Reversed Bray ton cycle.

3. Mechanical Refrigeration 12
Carnot vapour compression cycle, Simple vapour compression cycle, vapour
absorption Refrigeration, working principle comparison between Vapour
Absorption Refrigeration and Vapour Compression Refrigeration.
4. Refrigerants 8
Desirable properties of refrigerants, Primary and secondary of refrigerants, various
refrigerants and their properties, alternatives to chloroflore carbons.
5. Air Conditioning: Introduction: 4
Psychometric, Psychometric charts, various processes, comfort and industrial A/c,
Effective temperature and comfort, chart, unitary and central A/c system.
6. Design and constructional details of various equipment for air conditioning used in 20
marine practice and their justification. Control of temperature and humidity.
Description of various types of Compressors used in marine industry,
Loading/Unloading System, Oil Separator, Receivers, Charging Process, Expansion
valves, Back Pressure Valves, Evaporators, Construction of fridge room and drain,
Requirement of defrosting and it‘s system, Various methods of detecting leaks,
Cooling down the LNG cargo tanks, Re liquefaction plant of LNG system,
Refrigeration system of containers, Refrigeration system of fruit/Perishable Goods
carriers in Bulk, SOLAS requirement for AC ducts, Design features, of marine
HVAC system. Safety features while, handling cold systems.
Total 54
REFERENCES:
1. Refrigeration at Sea - J. R. Stot
2. Marine Air-conditioning - S. D. Srivasatav
3. Advanced Marine Engineering - J. K. Dhar
4. General Engineering Knowledge - H. D. McGoeorge
GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
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B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)


2MR602 Marine Control Engineering –I

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
02 00 02 00 04 02 01 03 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Automatic Control Theory : Process Control, Feed Back, Closed 6
Loop and Open Loop Control, Two Step (On — Off) Control,
Modulating Control, Off Set or Droop, Desired Value, Set Value,
Proportional, Integral and Derivative Control, Proportional Band, Split
Range, Ratio and Cascade Control, System Response: Distance Velocity,
Measurement and Transfer Lags.

2. Automatic Controllers: Functions of a pneumatic Proportional, Integral and 6


Derivative Action Controllers, Stacked Type Controllers, Controller
Adjustments, Relays.

3. Correcting Units: General familiarization with Diaphragm actuators, 6


Valve-petitioners, piston actuators, Electro-pneumatic transducers.
Electro-hydraulic actuators and Electric actuator control valves

4. Measuring Devices: Pressure, Temperature, Level and Flow measuring 6


devices. Rpm, speed, torque, vibration, humidity and water, control
with calibration. Miscellaneous Instruments; Tachometers (Electric
and Mechanical), Salinity Indicator, Oil in Water Monitor: Photo
Electric Cells, Photo Conductive Cells, Photo Voltaic Cells, Viscosity
Sensors.

5. Signal Transmitting Devices: Flapper Nozzle, Electro Pneumatic 4


signal converter, Variable Inductance and capacitance transducer, Force
Balance Transducer, Synchros.

6. Application of Controls on ships : Marine Boiler-Automatic Combustion 6


control, Air/fuel ratio control, Simple feed water proportional
controller , steam pressure control, fuel oil temperature control,
Temperature of lubricating oil, jacket/piston cooling water and scavenge
air, fuel oil viscosity control, Instrument for UMS classification, UMS
automation & control.
8 Manipulator Element: Principles, Operation & Application, Electrical 2
Servomotor, Hydraulic servomotor.

Total 36

Practicals:
Operation and utility of a 3 Term (P + I + D) Pneumatic controller for Temperature,
Pressure, Flow and Level on SCADA unit.
Operation of Automatic Viscosity Controller
Operation of boiler automatic controller
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Study hydraulic trainer unit to be familiar with hydraulic equipments.


Study pneumatic equipments on pneumatic trainer unit.
To study the functioning of a Mist Detector.
Study the operation of fire detection unit using Ionization chamber type detector. Study
of instruments under ―measurement devices‖

REFERENCES:

1. Marine Control Practice - D. T. Taylor


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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)
2MR603 Marine Internal Combustion Engine – II
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Combustion of Fuels: Grades of suitable fuels, Preparation of fuels for efficient 13
combustions, fuel atomisation, ignition quality, fuel injectors and its details, ignition
delay, afterburning,.
Compression Pressure Ration and its effects on Engine. Reasons for variation in
compression pressure and peak pressure. Design aspects of combustion chamber.
Control of NOX and SOX in Exhaust emission.

2. Forces and Stresses: Balancing, overloading, Different types of moments & couples, 4
Different type of vibrations & its effects, A/F vibration of vibration damping.
3. Manoeuvrings Systems: Starting and reversing systems of different Marine Diesel 10
engine with safety provisions. Action in emergency situation.

4. Indicator diagrams; and Power Calculation: Construction details of indicator 6


instrument. Study of different types of indicator cards, Significance of diagram
Power Calculations, fault detection, simple drew cards and out of Phase diagrams.
Power balancing, Performance Characteristic Curves, Test bad and Sea trials of
diesel engines.

5. Lubrication Systems: Lubrication arrangement in diesel engine including Coolers & 6


Filters, Cylinder-lubrication, Linear wear and preventive measures, Combinations
of lubricating oil its effect and preventive measures.
- Improvements in Lubricating oils though use of additives. Types of
additive
- Monitoring engines though lubricating oil analysis reports.

6. Gas Turbines: General Constructional and Design features for marine plants, 6
Materials of construction, Heat Exchangers and Reheat arrangements, Comparison
of Free Piston engine gasifiers and conventional air-stream combustion chambers.

7. Automation in modern diesel plants: Remote operation, Alarm and fail safe system, 6
Governors and their basic functions Constant speed and Over speed governors.
Constructional details and hunting of governor.
- Computerised monitoring and diagnostic applications in propulsion
8. Maintenance engines.
of diesel engines: Electronic Governor, Inspection and replacement of 12
- Concept
various Component of members
intelligentsuch
engine.
as Piston, Piston ring, X-head & other bearings,
U.M.S. Operations
Cylinder of ships.,
Head, Liner, minimum
Bearings, Drivingrequirements of automation
Chain and gears. Crankshaft for UMS
deflection
Operation
and alignment, Engine holding down arrangements, Tightening of Tie bolts.
9. Trouble Shooting in Diesel Engines: Hot & Cold Corrosion, Crankshaft web slip, X- 5
head bearing problems, microbial degradation in fuel & lub oil.
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10. Modern trends in development: Current Engine (Sulzer RTA B&W CMC & SMC, 4
SEMT Pillstick) Intelligent Engine (Camless concept), Improvement in design for
increased TBO. Nox – Control of marine Diesel Engines.
All latest Technology incorporated in as modern propulsion machinery ships.

Total 72

REFERENCES:

1. Wood yard, Goug, ―Pounder‘s Marine Diesel Engines‖. 8th Edition, Butter Worth
Heinemann Publishing, London, 2001.
2. ―Slow speed Diesel Engine‖, Institute of Marine Engineer.
3. S H Henshall, ―Medium and High Speed Diesel Engines for Marine Use‖, 1st Edition,
Institute of Marine Engineers, Mumbai, 1996.
4. D K Sanyal, ―Principal & Practice of Marine Diesel Engines‖, 2nd Edition, Bhandarkar
Publication, Mumbai, 1998.
5. ―Marine Low Spees Diesel Engine‖, Denis Griffiths.
6. ―Lamb‘s Question and Answer on Marine Diesel Engine.‖
7. ―Diesel Engine‖, A. J. Wharton.
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)
2MR604 Marine Auxiliary Machines – II

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Pollution Prevention: STOKES Law; Static and turbo separators, Oily bilge 9
Separators their construction and operation, Use of coalescers, prevention of oil
pollution and various International requirements. MARPOL Convention, OLM &
OCM, Incinerators & MARPOL Annex- VI, Sewage Treatment Plant
(MARPOL Annex —IV)

2. Lubrication: Theories of Lubrication, Types of Lubricants and their Properties 14


Suitability of Lubricants for various uses; solid and fluid lubricants. Additive Oils
and their specific use. Terminology used in Lubrication systems. Loading pattern of
various bearings in marine use and Lubrication system adopted. Different types of
bearings used for marine machineries. L.O. analysis & monitoring Engine through
report.

3. Steering gears: Operation and Constructional details of various types of steering 10


machinery. Telemeter systems, transmitters and receivers Variable Delivery Pumps
used in steering gears, axial and radial displacement types. Hunting action of
Steering gear. Emergency Steering arrangement. Safematic Steering Gear with
redundancy concept as per SOLAS. Care and Maintenance of Steering Gear Plants.

4. Shafting: Methods of shaft alignment, constructional details and working of Thrust 8


blocks. Intermediate Shaft bearing and Stern tube bearing. Oil water lubricated
Stem Tubes. Sealing Glands. Stresses in Tail End, Intermediate and Thrust Shafts.

5. Dry Docking: Methods of dry docking of ships. Inspection and routine overhauling of 6
underwater fittings and hull. Measurement of clearances and drops. Removal and
fitting of propellers (with and without Key).

6. Noise and Vibrations: Elements of aerodynamics and hydrodynamics sound, Noise 10


Sources on Ships and noise suppression techniques, Noise level measurement.
Various modes of vibration in a ship (i.e. free, forced, transverse, axial, torsional -
Their sources and effects), Resonance and critical speed Structure borne, and air
borne vibration, Anti vibration mountings of machineries, De-tuners, Dampers with
reference to torsional vibrations dampers, use of torsiographs.

7. Shipboard application of hydraulic system: Hydraulic Servo mechanisms. Servo 9


valves, valve-operated servo mechanisms and Pump controlled servo mechanisms.
Hydraulic press, Jack, Accumulator, Hydraulic crane

8. Other Ship board equipments: Engine room crane, chain blocks, tackles, Anchor 8
chain, its testing and survey requirements, Different types of ship stabilizer. Bow
Thrusters, Hull protection arrangements.

Total 72

REFERENCE:

1. Marine Engineering Practice - IME Publication


80

2. Refrigeration at Sea - J. R. Stot


3. Marine Airconditioning - S. D. Srivasatav
4. Advanced Marine Engineering - J. K. Dhar
5. General Engineering Knowledge - H. D. McGoeorge
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)
2MR605 Naval Architecture-II

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
04 00 00 00 04 04 00 04 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Motion of Ship on waves: Theory of waves, Trochoidal waves, relationship between 12
line of orbit centres and the undisturbed surface, Sinusoidal waves. Irregular wave
pattern, Wave spectra, Wave amplitudes, Rolling in unresisting media, rolling in
resisting media, practical aspects of rolling, Ant rolling devices, Forces caused by
rolling and pitching, Heaving and Yawing.

2. Strength of Ships: Curves of buoyancy and weight Curves of load, Shearing force and 20
bending moments, Alternate methods, Standard Conditions, Balancing ship on
wave, Approximation for max. shearing force and bending moment, method of
estimating B.M. & Defection. Longitudinal Strength & bending, Moment of Inertia
of Section, Section Modulus & strength calculation, Stresses on deck. Pressure on
bulkhead.

3. Propulsion & Propellers: Geometry of screw Propeller & terminology, wake, 15


apparent and real slip, Thrust, relation between powers, relation between mean
pressure and speed, measurement of pitch, Cavitations, QPC, efficiency of hull &
propeller, Laws of similarity, thrust co-efficient (KT), Torque co-efficient (KQ),
Advance co-efficient (J) Propeller types, Fixed pitch, Variable Pitch, Ring
propeller, Kort nozzles, Voith Schneider propeller, propeller theory.
4. Blade element theory: Law of similitude and model tests with propellers, propulsion 10
tests, ship model correlation ship trials.
5. Rudder Theory: Action of the Rudder in turning a ship, Force on rudder, Torque on 15
stock, calculation of force torque on non-rectangular rudder, angle of heel due to
force torque on rudder, Angle of heel when turning. Types of Rudder, model
experiments and turning trials, Area and shape of rudder, position of rudder, stern
rudders Bow rudders.
Total 72

REFERENCES:

1. Ship 7 Naval Architecture - Munro - Smith


2. Naval Architecture - W. Muckle
3. Ship Construction - D. T. Taylor
4. Naval Architecture for Engineers - Reeds‘ Vol - 6
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)
2MR606 Marine Boilers & Steam Engineering

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 02 00 05 03 01 04 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. General Considerations governing the design of Boilers 2
Marine boiler design considerations, stresses in cylindrical vessel, requirements of
Furnace; Circulation and use of Unheated Down comers in highly rated boilers.
Destructive and Non destructive tests on plates, rivets, welded seams, classification
societies requirements for boilers construction.; Types of marine boilers, comparison
of smoke tube and water tube boilers;
2. Smoke and Water Tube Boilers: 7
Various types of smoke tube boilers in marine use, Principal dimension and staying of flat
surface of multitubular cylindrical Boilers. Vertical Auxiliary Boilers. General description
with sketches of principal water tube types of boilers in marine use, Furnace, Superheated,
Economizer, and Air preheated & Steam preheated; Superheat temperature control,
Attemperators and Desuperheaters. Double evaporation boiler. Fuel systems including pumps,
heaters, burner‘s etc.Types of burners.
3. Waste heat Boilers 3
Waste heat recovery calculation, Lamont exhaust gas boiler, Cochran exhaust gas and composite
boiler etc. Forced Water Circulation boilers and associated systems
4. Boiler Mountings 4
Classification requirements. Different mountings. Safety Valves – Improved High Lift, Full
lift and full Bore type Gauge glass – Ordinary plate type and remote Indicator; Automatic
feed regulator, High & Low water level alarms, Main Steam stop valves, Retractable type
Soot blower etc.
5. Operation, Care & Maintenance: 2
Precommissioning procedures, Hydraulic tests, steam raising and operating procedures, Action
in the event of shortage of water. Blowing down of boiler, Laying up a boiler; General
maintenance, inspection and survey of boilers. Plugging of tubes and their renewal. Alarms
and Shutdown due to various failures (High Salinity, Low/High Level, Steam pressure high
and Low; Super heater outlet temp; High/Low Viscosity or fuel oil temperature; Control
System failure; Atomizing steam/air pressure low);
6. Refractory: 1
Purposes of Refractory, types of refractory and reasons of failure.
7. Oil Burning Process: 2
Procedure of liquid fuel burning in open furnace, Various types of atomiser. Furnace
arrangement for oil burning , boiler control system i.e. master control, fuel control , air
control and viscosity control.
8. Tests on Boiler: 2
Destructive and nondestructive tests on plates , rivets , welded seams, classification
society‘s requirement for boiler construction , hydraulic tests

MARINE STEAM ENGINEERING


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9. Steam engines: 4
Multiple expansion marine reciprocating engines & steam turbines.
Description of different types of steam turbines.
10. Layout of Plant: 3
General layout of plant & description of a modern geared steam turbine installation
including auxiliaries in modern use
11. Constructional details: 6
Types of blades, method of fixing, solid built-up & drum rotor for impulse and
reaction turbines, castings for HP and LP impulse and reaction turbines,
diaphragms, nozzles, glands, carbon glands, labyrinth packing glands, main
bearings and thrust bearings.
12. Lubrication of Turbines: 1
Suitable oils and their properties, lubrication of main bearings, thrust bearings and
gears. Gravity and pressure lubrication - oil system and emergency lubrication
arrangement.
13. Reduction gears: 3
Reduction ratio, type of gear teeth, gear construction - various arrangement of
marine gearing, gear defects, flexible coupling, quill shaft
14. Condensers: 3
Shapes and types of condensers, constructional details, location & method of
securing, working principles, contraction and expansion allowances, leak test.
Effect - change of temperature, circulating water quantity, change of main engine
power, condenser surface.
15. Operation and maintenance: 8
Turbine drain system, turbine gland steam, warming through a turbine plant, control
of speed and power of propulsion, throttle valve control and nozzle control,
emergency controls, emergency operation of turbines, vibration in marine steam
turbine, steam turbine losses. Breakdown and fault finding.
16. Alignment checking: 2
By bridge gauge and poker gauge, allowances for expansion, sliding foot, thrust
bearing static and dynamic balancing.
17. Selection of materials: 1
Materials used in various components like blades, rotors, castings, sealing glands,
gears & their justification.
Total 54

PRACTICALS:
BOILER CHEMISTRY
1. To determine hardness content of the sample of boiler water in P.P.M. in terms
of CaCO3
2. To determine Chloride Content of the sample of water in P.P.M. in terms of CaCO3
3. To determine Alkalinity due to Phenolphthaline, total Alkalinity and Caustic
Alkalinity of the sample of water (in P.P.M)
4. To determine Phosphate Content of the sample of water
5. To determine dissolved Oxygen content of the sample of water.
6. To determine sulphate content of given sample of water
7. To determine total-dissolved solids, turbidity of a sample of water.
8. To determine Hydrazine content of boiler water.
9. Study sludges and scale deposit — Silica, volatile and non-volatile suspended matter.
10. Boiler water tests and kits as found in latest types of ships
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FUEL & LUBRICANT CHEMISTRY

1. To determine Absolute Viscosity and Kinematic Viscosity of Heavy oil, Diesel oil,
Fresh Lubricating Oil & Used Lubricating oil by Red Wood Viscometer.
2. To determine the Flash Point of a given sample of Fuel & Lubricating oil.
3. To determine water content of used Lubricating oil.
4. Conduct spot test for L.0 and analyse result.
5. To determine the percentage of CO2. CO and Oxygen in the flue gases.
6. To determine the Calorific value of the fuel with the help of a Bomb Calorimeter.

HEAT TRANSFER EXPERIMENTS

1. To determine the Thermal Conductivity of good conductors.


2. To determine the Thermal Conductivity of Insulating materials.
3. Heat transfer Through Fins or extended surface.
4. Heat Transfer through Forced Convection.

Industrial Chemistry; fundamental; acidity /alkalinity, corrosion

REFERENCES:

1. Marine Steam Boilers - J. H. Milton


2. Marine Boilers - G. T. H. Flanagan
3. Running & Maintenance of Marine - I. M. E. Publication Machinery
4. Steam Turbine Theory & Practice - J. Kearton
5. Boiler Plant Instrumentation - Kent Gunn
6. Boiler Control System - David Lindsle
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)
2MR607 Marine Engineering Drawing

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
01 04 00 00 05 05 00 05 00 00 00 00 100 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Projection of Ports : Projection of Port and Openings in hollow cylinders, Parallel cut & 6
radial cut ports; Rectangular & tapered ports in right cylinders; Tapered ports in
tapered cylinders; Example of diesel cylinder liners; Steam piston valve liner and blow
down cock.

2 Machinery Components Drawing; Drawing of complete machine component in 12


assembly (Orthographic to Orthographic and isometric to Orthographic) with details
like couplings. Glands, Return and non-return valves, cocks & plus, interpretation of
machinery drawings and handbooks marine engineering drawing and design. The
interpretation of piping, hydraulic and pneumatic diagrams.

Total 18

Advanced Marine machinery assembly drawing:

Marine Diesel Pistons 2-stroke & 4 —stroke types, 4- Ram Steering Gear, Diesel Air Starting Valve,
Starting Air Pilot Valve, 4 - Stroke Diesel Piston and Rod, Automatic Valve for Starting Air System.,
Burner Carrier, Quick Closing Sluice Valve, Rudder Carrier (e. Bearing, Reducing Valve ,Upper
Piston & Rod , Telemotor Receiver, Turbine Flexible Coupling, Fuel Valve, Stem Tube & Tail Shaft,
Michell Thrust Block, Improved High Lift Safety valve Cross head & Guide shoe, Flow regulator,
Gauge Glass (Plate type) Pedestal Bearing, Piston type, stop valve, Tunnel bearing ,Valve regulator
(Minimum of 9 drawings to be completed in the class. Remaining to be given as home assignment)
Para 17 Annex II of DGS

REFERENCES:
1. M. B. Shah and B.C. Rana, ―Engineering Drawing", Pearson Education, 2005.
2. N.D. Bhatt, "Engineering Drawing‖ Charotar Publishing House 46th Edition, 2003.
3. H. G. Beck, "Reed's, Engineering Drawing for Marine Engineers - Volume II‖
4. H. Bair & J.G. Holburn "Mac GIBBON‘S Pictorial Drawing Book for Marine Engineers‖
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)
2MR608 Marine Power Plant Operation – II

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 00 06 06 00 03 03 00 00 00 00 100 100

Topic
No.
1. Running of 2-stroke Diesel Engine (Coupled to alternator):
Methods of starting, running under different load conditions (load on the alternators),
Watch keeping & recording of the temperatures, pressures on Different meters on the diesel
engine instrument panel and Switch Board. Looking after the auxiliary machinery viz. Air
compressor, Cooling water pump and Lub. Oil pump.

2. Boiler Operation:
I) Smoke Tube Boiler: Raising steam from cold condition up to its working pressure and
maintaining the same while operating the Reciprocating engine and the auxiliary
machinery, maintenance schedule for the smoke tube Boiler. Blowing of gauge glasses with
precautions, involved-Necessity and procedure of cross Blowing. Overhauling of
mountings. Dismantling, overhauling and adjustment of High lift Safety Valve, Studying
the working of Boiler plant auxiliary machinery.

II) To study the operation of the water tube boiler Firing from cold condition, raising steam
up to its, working pressure and to maintain the same while operating the Steam Turbines
and the auxiliary machinery, precautions involved during firing of boiler. Operation of
steam super heater, water level indicators, high and low level alarms and other boiler
mountings, Overhauling and adjusting of safety valves. Recording and controlling of
various pressures & temp. on the lnstrument panel. Care of Boiler auxiliaries, feed water
system and fuel system.

3. Running of Steam Reciprocation Engine/ Turbine engines:


Warming up of the engine, Lubrication of moving parts and precautions involved. Starting
of the engine, Reversing procedure. Running the engine at full power, performance
monitoring.

4. Operation and Maintenance of Diesel Propulsion Engine:


Preparing the engine for operation, Running engine in ahead & astern directions, taking
indicator cards, cutting out fuel pumps, Opening up unit for maintenance, checking
clearances of bearings.

5. Project work:
Every cadet will be required to make model of any machinery or part found onboard a ship
or maritime industry. Working model would be appreciated.

6. Maintenance & Repair:


Generator, switch board, electrical motor, starter, distribution system, transformer,
distribution cable, DC, electrical system and equipment battery system, automation control
system.
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VI (Marine Engineering)
2MR609 – General Performance

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 00 00 00 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 100 100

********************************End of Semester VI********************************


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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR701 Elective Subject

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Elective
Pool of Elective Subjects
S.No. Subject Code Subject
1 2MR701 A Maritime Law
2 2MR701 B Transport & Logistic Management
3 2MR701 C CAD,CAM
4 2MR701 D Advanced Marine Heat Engines
5 2MR701 E Oceanography
6 2MR701 F Advanced Material Science & Surface Coating
Engineering
7 2MR 701G Quality Management
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR702 Watch keeping & Engine Room Management

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 02 05 03 01 04 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Engine room resource management, effective corrections, allocation of resource. 1
Planning & co-ordination, workload management, time & resource constrains.
Personal relationship onboard ship, working in multi-cultural environment.

2. Preparation of Engine: Full Knowledge of preparing Main Engine , A.E, Boiler, all 4
auxiliary engines for sailing from port and port operation. All control system
(Pneumatic & Electronics) should thoroughly study.

3. Maintenance: Preparing maintenance schedule for all machineries like Main Engine, 4
Alternator, Compressor, Purifier, Evaporator, Steering gear, electrical machinery and
all other engine machineries. Overhauling procedure for various Aux. M/c., Bad
weather precaution taken.

4. Breakdown Operations: Preparation of engines for emergency operation. Emergency 3


repair for engine room machineries. Emergency steering.

5. Spare parts management : Preparing store inventory, Sending store requisition or ship 3
Maintenance of E.R stores, Just –in –Time (JIT) concept, ABC Analysis Monitoring
daily consumptions, Bunker estimates, preparing bunker plan.

6. Monitoring of engine performance : Taking indicator cards and interpretation of card, 4


trouble shooting from engine parameters like pressure & temperature and behaviour
like vibration and noise crank case inspection, use of mist detector and other safety
features.

7. Management of engine room crew: Criteria for composing the engine room watch. 4
Operation & watch requirements. Fitness for duty. Protection for marine environment
Requirement for certification; Minimum knowledge requirement for certification –
theoretical, practical; Duties & responsibilities concerning safety & protection of
environment Requirement for watch keeping duties. Physical training & experience
in watch –keeping routine; Main and aux. Machines, plumping systems, Generating
plant. Safety and emergency procedure. First Aid.

8. Safe Engineering Watch keeping: Routine pumping operations of fuel oil, ballast 2
water, fire pump and cargo pumping system. Interpretation of functional testes on
communication and control system. Maintenance of machinery space log book and
the significance of readings taken.

9. Engineering Watch (Underway): General Taking over watch , Periodic checks of 4


interpretation checks of machinery, Engine room log, Preventive repair and
maintenance ; Bridges notification, Navigation in congested water and during
restricted visibility, calling the attention of the chief- Engineer Officer, Watch-
90

keeping personal.

10. Engineering Watch (Unsheltered anchorage): Conditions to be ensured. Watch- 4


keeping (in-port-) watch arrangements; taking over the watch; keeping Oil Chemical
& Gas Tankers-Principals, characteristics of Cargo; Toxicity hazards; Safety
equipments, Protection of personnel.

11. Marine Environment : Marine Environment awareness, marine ecology, seas & coastal 9
areas, discharges to sea & their environment impact, accidental & operational
discharges, emission to air from ships, other pollutions, proactive measure to control
pollution & maintain environment.

Precautions to be taken to prevent pollution of Marine Environment: During


Bunkering, loading/ discharging oil cargo, tank cleaning, pumping out bilges &
knowledge of construction & operation of oil pollution equipment in Engine Room &
on other specialize ships.

Responsibilities under the relevant requirement of the International Convention for


the prevention of Pollution from ships Annex-I, II, III. IV, V & VI.

Requirement & responsibilities under MARPOL, 73/78 (All Annexs, equipment


requirement & their operations, documentation, including necessary record books),
Ballast water management Convention 2004, Antifouling convention 2001, National
Legislations of other countries like Oil Pollution Act-1990.

Environment impact of accidental & operational discharge, emission to air from


ships, other pollutions, protective measure to control pollution & maintain
environment.

Emergency situations, actions to be taken for protecting & safe –guarding


environment.

12. Deck Machinery: Various types of deck machinery used in ships e.g. Winches and 3
Wind lass and their requirements. Operation and maintenance. Deck Cranes.
Hydraulic deck machinery; hydraulic motors, line filters and systems.

13. Dry Docking: Planning, entering, docking, inspection, maintenance and repairs. 3
Surveys, certification. Undocking and report writing.

14. Safety requirement for working on ship board electrical system including 2
isolation of all electrical plants.
15. Safe working practices: Risk Assessment, personal protective equipment, Emergency 2
procedure Entering Enclosed or confined spaces, permit to work systems. Lifting
equipments, Hot work, Hazardous substances. Safety measures for safe working
environmental and for W using hand tools, machine tools, powered hand tools.

16. Use of various types of sealants and packaging, 2

Total 54

Practicals: Drills/Role play regarding above in Marine Workshop.

REFERENCES;

1. Question & Answers of marine Diesel Engines -John Lamb.


2. Marine Electrical Practice -G.O.Watson
91

3. Marine Auxiliary Machines -D.W.Smith


4. Running & Maintenance of Marine machinery -IME Publication
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR703 Marine Control Engineering – II

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction to System Analysis : Formation of Mathematical Models to study System 10
behaviour considered in a mathematics sense using Differential Equation. System
description using mathematical terms for Mechanical, Electrical, Thermal and Liquid
Level system, use of Laplace Transforms, Transfer Functions and Blocks Diagrams for
Solving control system problems. Flowchart for automation & control system –
depiction and understanding of flowchart, symbols utilisation and processes involved.
Use of D-Operators, Concept of stability. Routh & Hurwitz stability criteria. Analysis
of system Performance under dynamic or transient operating condition using Laplace
Transformers. Performance characteristics. Nyquist stability criterion, System
performance and compensation.

2. Automatic Controllers: Functions of a Proportional, Integral and Derivative, Action 15


Controllers, Stacked Type, Electronics, and Pulse type Controllers, Controller
Adjustments, Relays On –Off /Cut Off Switches, System analysis of all these control
systems, formation of mathematical model V-I, I-V, P-I & -I-P converters and Solve
numerical problems on all above.

3. Correcting Units: Detailed study of Diaphragm actuators, Valve – petitioners, piston 8


actuators, electro-pneumatic transducers. Eelctro-hydarulic actuators and Electrics
actuator control valve.

4. Signal Transmitting Devices: Flapper Nozzle, Electro Pneumatic signal converter, 6


Electrical signal transmission. Pneumatic, Types of controllers: Hydraulic. Electric and
electronics controllers for generation of control action, Variable inductance and
capacitance transducer, Force Balance Transducer, Synchros Solving numerical
problems on all above.

5. Application of controls on ships : Marine Boiler –Automatic Combustion control, 8


Air/fuel ratio control, feed water control two and three elements type, steam pressure
control, combustion chamber pressure control, fuel oil temperature control, Control in
main Machinery units for Temperature of lubricating oil, jacket cooling water , fuel
valve cooling water, piston cooling water and scavenge air, fuel oil viscosity control,
working of control system during Manoeuvring of Direct Reversing Diesel Engine
Bridge control of main machinery. Instrument for UMS classification.

6. Programmable Logic Controllers, Integrated automation control and monitoring (ICAMS), 7


Computer programmable controller, Relay circuit unit, Digital sequential control
devices, Control mechanism of PLC. Software version control -PLC, Micro –
Controllers, digital technique.

Total 54
93

REFERENCES:

1. Control system for Technicians -G.T.Brayan (ELBS)


2. Instrumentation and control Systems - Leslie Jackson
3. Engineering instrumentation and control - L.F.Adams
4. Instrumentation & control Marine - G.T.Roy
5. Marine Control Practice - D.T.Tylor
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR704 Simulators and Control Laboratory

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 04 00 04 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 100 100

Engine Simulator Lab Exercise: Description of basic engine functions and their simulation
introduced in Engine Room Simulator.
Manual engine operation from engine room station, Remote stations-i.e. control room and Navigation
bridge. Safety and interlocks in UMS-ships and effect of malfunction of main engine auxiliaries.
Trouble shooting of main engine and other auxiliary systems.

Training on Diesel Engine operation & maintenance software: Different modes of operation -
standard mode, Live run mode and Lesson mode of a four stroke, three cylinder medium speed marine
engine.

Using following experiments are to be performed:


1. To start and slop the engine;
2. To change engine's load and speed;
3. To change ambient operating conditions;
4. To simulate engine faults in varying degrees;
5. To mix different simulations;
6. To watch engine operation parameters;
7. To watch functions inside the cylinder;
8. To simulate the engine sound which varies with speed?
9. To carry out maintenance and repairs;
10. To try out different maintenance strategies;
11. To print engine data
12. To use lesson facility.

Control Lab. Experiments;


Operation of Automatic Viscosity Controller and maintaining a specific viscosity of a given Fuel.
Operation of an Automatic flow controller and measuring the flow from m a given pipe.
Operation and utility of a 3 Term (P + I + D) Pneumatic controller.
To study the functioning of a Mist Detector and checking the alarm when the Pre-set value is
exceeded.
Study the operation of fire detection unit using Ionization chamber type detector.
Microprocessor controlled DC & AC machines,
Study of SCADA system and PLC.
Study Electronic governor for Main Engine & Generator Engine.

Combustion Simulator:
Study of engine combustion system in Combustion Simulator : To study various combustion
problems, Effects of various combustion defects , trouble shooting , rectification of combustion
defects. Cause, effect and rectification‘ of combustion defects. Effect of quality and injection timings
of fuel. VIT, Super VIT and other modem methods for combustion control for achieving different
objectives.
Trouble shooting and restoration of electrical and electronic equipment and system.

Logical 6 step trouble shooting procedure

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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
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B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)


2MR705 IMO & Conventions

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction: National international bodies associate with shipping. Statutory Bodies, 2
State Administration, IMO classification societies and other professional bodies.

2. STCW: Standards of Training, Certification and watch-keeping for sea-farers – 8


International Conference on 1978 and modifications under STCS 1995, Requirement
of training & Competency for operational and management level, Competency and
training, Standard of training of crew , META manual of DGS, TAR Book for pre-sea
and on-board training , Standard of training Institute, quality Management System for
training institutes, inspection of training institutes, training of trainers.

3. UNCLOS United Nation‘s Convention on the Law of the Sea, zones and limits, Freedom of 5
navigation, Innocent passage, Flag State Control and Port State Control. WHO and International
Health regulations.

4. IMO IMO structure, organisation, functions, activities, Conventions, Protocols, Codes, 3


Recommendations, and Guidelines. Development and implementation of IMO Conventions

5. Safety related Conventions: Overall Regulatory outline and latest amendments to SOLAS 74, 8
ILLC 1966, and Tonnage 1969, STCW 1978 Conventions. Certificates carried on board as per all
major conventions.

6. Marine Environment related Conventions and applications 8


Overall Regulatory outline and latest amendments to MARPOL 73/78 Convention.
Amendments to regulations and latest matters pertaining to Ballast water, Antifouling,
Greenhouse gases, CO2 reduction, ship recycling etc. Workshop on pollution prevention
measures. London Dumping Convention.

7. Other Conventions and matters: LLMC, Civil Liability Convention 1992, FUND 1992. 3
Supplementary Fund and Bunker Convention. International Convention on salvage. Colregs.
Classification Societies. Statutory and classification Surveys and certificates. IACS and its
functions.

8. International Labour Organization and Conventions 5


Role of International Labour Organization, its importance, Tripartite structure & relevance to
shipping, Merchant Shipping (minimum standards) Convention 1976 (No.147) & its related
Conventions. Maritime Labour Convention 2006.
Merchant Shipping Act
Salient features, Registration of ship, Role of Maritime Administration. Recruitment and
Placement Rules.

9. Quality Management Systems in shipping 3


Definition of quality, need of quality in shipping, ISO 9000.

10. Management of Safety and Security 5


International Safety Management Code, latest amendments, Development, certification,
audits, and provisions. Human error, Communication & language. Impact and practice of
96

Risk Assessment in safety management.

11. Overview of ISPS Code, security threats, SSO, PFSO, SSP, Security equipment, Contingency 4
planning to deal with Piracy and such security threats. Best Management Practice

Total 54

REFERENCES:

1. STCW Convention -IMO Publication


2. META Manual -DGS, Govt of India
3. SOLAS, MARPOL 73/78 -IMO Publication
4. Others IMO Conventions -IMO Publication
5. Classification Societies & IACS
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR706 Principles of Management & Economics

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction to Management Principles & Practice: Definition and objectives of sound 6
management. Need for Sound Management Principles and Practice & Growth of
Modem management thought, Management functions, Process Planning, Corporation
/ Long term & tactical strategy, Policy distribution, SWOT Analyses, Organising -
definition / illustration Staffing – manpower, planning, Directing - illustration,
Controlling, parameters, application & Co-ordination; communication – efficient
process model, communication & barriers, inter-personnel communication skill.
Developing Organisation Structure. Various types of organizational structures - Line
/ staff /matrix, centralization vs. decentralization of decision making, distinction
between authority / responsibility / accountability, Basic principles of delegation /
empowerment of employees Authority & Responsibility. Boundaries of Authority.

2. Accounting & Finance Management: Methods of Capital formation & Control of 6


Working Capital, How to read balance sheet / Profit / Loss, Budgetary Control &
standard costing - Favourable / Adverse variances. Continuous & Discounted Cash
Flow & Project Appraisal, Break even Analysis, Cost Benefit Analysis., Methods of
Depreciation Factory Costing, Estimating, Balance Sheet, Financial & Physical
Ratios; Project &Budgetary Control.

3. Production & operations Management: Factors of production, Distinction between 6


products & services, Types of production system viz. Jobbing / Lot / Mass. Functions
of Production Planning and Control, Product Development Principles,
Standardization, Simplification & Specialization, Plant Layout, Product / Product,
Logistics & supply chain / management. Integrated material management - Functions
of material planning, inventory control, safety stock / cycle stock, purchase / stores
performance, measurement Parameters, standardization / codification, waste control.
Introduction to Operations Research. Liner Programming, Distribution Methods,
Network Technique in Management - Critical Path Method (CPM), Programme
Evaluation & Review Technique (PERT). Resources Allocation & Loading
smoothing, Operational Sales Forecasting; Works study, Job Evaluation & Merit
Rating, Total Quality Management - Quality Control, ISO 9000 series, Preventive
/condition based Maintenance & spare management.

4. H.R.D.: The personnel Function, Selection & Recruitment, Role of Psychological Tests in 6
Recruitments, Training of employees, Performance Appraisal & counselling, Reward
System, Legal Requirements and Regulation of Working Condition, Employer‘s
Liabilities for Health and Safety, MBO, Leadership / Group Dynamic and Discipline,
Motivation theories and incentives, Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory, X and Y
theory - Herzberg's Hygienic and motivational theory, Elton Mayo's contribution.
Problem of Accident – Preventions, Fatigue, Relation with, Union & Workers
Participation in Management.

5. Ability to apply task & work load management - communication, team building, planning 2
& co-ordination, personal assignments time & resource constrains. Prioritization.
Effective communication onboard & ashore.
98

6. ECONOMICS: 4
Importance of economics in Marine Engineering study, Basic economic concepts and
terms, Demand analysis, Supply analysis, Elasticity of demand, Elasticity of supply.

7. Importance of economics in Marine Engineering study, Basic economic concepts and 4


terms, Demand analysis, Supply analysis, Elasticity of demand, Elasticity of supply.

8. Production function, Law of return, Economics of scale, ISO-product and ISO -cost, Cost- 4
concepts, Cost-output relationship and cost curves in short period, Long period,
Revenue – concept, Determination of price under free market and price control by
Govt. Types of market, Factors governing extent of market, Pricing under perfect
competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic competition and oligopol

9. Money:- Types, Functions, Standard. Inflation:- Types, Causes. Commercial Banks - 4


Functions, Functions of Central Banks. Features of Money and Capital market.
National Income concepts.

10. Taxation - Direct and Indirect, Govt. Budgets. Economic development, Growth, features 4
of underdevelopment with reference to India. Globalisation of Indian economics.

11. Difference between Domestic and foreign trade. Basis of International Trade- theories. 4
Free-Trade Vs Protection. Balance of payments - components, causes of deficit, steps
to correct deficit. Exchange-Rates:- Types, determination, Devaluation of currency.
Free- convertibility of currency with reference to Indian Rupee. Functions of I.M.F,
World Bank, W.T.O.

12. Shipping Routes & Ports:- Major Shipping Routes & Ports, Types, Problems, factors for 8
good port. Major & Minor ports of India, their location and importance. Deep-sea
fishing, Major sea-fishing zones, Off-shore oil producing zones. lndia‘s overseas
Trade and Economic Importance with reference to Economic zones.

Total 54

REFERENCE:
1. Economics - Gangopadhyay
2. Modern Office Management - Mills, Standing ford, Appleby
3. Corporate Transformations without Tears - Dr. L. R. Chary
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR707 Advance Marine Technology
Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Bridge Control System & UMS Operation 8

2. Study of LNG & LPG Ships: Various controls of deck equipment including pneumatic 14
and electronics equipments. Study reliquification plants & tandem operations, Study
of structure of various types of thanks for LNG and LPG vessels, IG systems for gas
tankers, glycol systems for cargo compressor, E-motor room, safety devices, study of
compressors and safety devices.

3. Chemical Tankers : Classification , construction, pumps for chemicals, tank cleaning 6


procedure IG system for chemical Tankers, Control and safety devices associated with
loading and discharging.

4. Oil Tankers: Types & Classification, Construction, COW operation, I.G. Systems, Pump 6
arrangement and safety devices associates with loading & Discharging.

5. Car Carrier: Construction, Ventilation, Stability, Strength, consideration, RO-RO 4


arrangement
6. Bulk Carrier: Construction, Strength considerations w.r.t. loading & discharging, 5
condition assessment systems, Enhanced survey, safety considerations, stability
consideration.

7. Latest Engine Technology: Intelligent Engines, Condition monitoring, Common rail fuel 11
injection w.r.t. electronic fuel injection, exhaust emission and control –design of
engine, Nox Technical file, and IAPP certificate.

Total 54

REFERENCES:

1. Shipboard Operations -H.I.Lavery


2. Marine Diesel Engines - C.C.Pounder
3. Liquefied Gas Handling Principals on
Ships and in terminals
4. Tanker Safety Guide Liquefied Gas -International Chamber of Shipping
5. International Safety Guide for
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U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR708 Ship Operation and Management

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Brief history of Shipping: Modern shipping Practice. Marine vehicles and cargo, care 4
of cargo against damage. Development in shipping and cargo handling Multimodal
transportation, Factors affecting universal adoption. Liner and tramp shipping
services.

2. Merchant Shipping Act: Registration of ship , ship‘s papers. Port Procedure. Pilot age, 14
Flags of convinces, flags of discrimination and their effects on shipping. Duties
regarding pollution, Collision, Explosion , fire. Vessels in distress. Shipping
causalities penalties under Merchant Shipping Act.
Marine Fraud : Genesis and Prevention.
Indian Shipping : Current scenario and few case studies.
Marine conventions :
1) International convention on salvage 1989, Lloyds Standard Form of Salvage
Agreement (LOF2000)
2) Conversion on limitation of Liability of maritime claim 1976.
3) MLC (2006)/ UNCLOS/WHO

3. Conference systems: Organisation & concerns Shippers Council. Chartering, Charter 4


parties. Theory of freight rates and fares. Rate fixation machinery and government
control Responsibilities of ship owners & charters. Tanker charting. Freight rates &
Fares – various terms, influencing factors, market pricing.

4. Bill of Landing: Function & Uniqueness & related problems. Carriage of goods by sea 4
act. Cargo Surveys and protests.

5. Marine Insurance: Underwriting and loss adjusting principals applied to Marine cargo 6
Insurance. Hull/ machinery policy, particular average. General average, P & I Clubs-
making claims.

6. Shipping Companies: Organisational structure, Restructuring on the basis of functional 6


coherence, ship management companies. Turnaround strategy for sick shipping
companies. Ownership of vessels, Shipping Company and its administration.

7. Capitalization and finance. Characteristics, cost ratios & allied definition. Sources, 6
Financing
Package, Lender security, Relation between Insurance premium, & non-conformity /
condition of class. Economics of new and second hand tonnage . Subsidies,
procedure & Implication of buying & selling new selling new / old vessels.

8. Ship Operations : Planning sailing schedules. Influencing factors, Unbalance in sea 6


trade counter-action, Voyage estimation, Manning of ships, engagement & discharge
to crew. Economics factors.

9. Commercial Shipping Practice. Manning of ships. Engagement and discharge of crew 4


101

D.L.B. Seaman‘s welfare.

Total 54

REFERENCES:
1. Shipping practice - Stevens
2. Managing ships John M. Downward
3. Advanced shipboard management - Capt. Dara E. Driver
4. Solas 1974 IMO publications
5. Marpol 1973/78 IMO publications
6. STCW -95 IMO publications
7. Shipping Management G. Raguram
8. Ship Operation & management Dr.K.V.Rao
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR709 Marine Machinery Design

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
01 02 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 25 125

Unit Topic Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Design Considerations: Following design considerations are to be taken into 6
consideration While designing marine machinery system: Manufacturing methods,
Castings, Forgings, Fabrication & Plastic Moulding. Machining Tolerances, surface
finishes: Application to Basic design principles in respect of Function Available
materials, Production methods, Economics, Aesthetic appeal. Initial and Servicing
costs. Analysis of force, Flow through an Assembly and its effect, on the design.
Design with reference to Repairs and reconditioning Specifically ―at sea‖ work with its
normal restrictions and limitations.
2. Marine Machinery Component Designs & Drawing:- Design and Drawing of marine 12
machinery components subject to combined bending, twisting and direct loading
like Crankshafts, Propeller shafts, Design and Drawing of Flywheel, Piston, connecting
rod, safety valves, Reducing valves, Compression & Torsion springs. Journal bearings,
Thrust, bearings. Design of lifting equipment e.g. Engine room overhead Crane, Globe
&other valves Mechanical Pilot.

Total 18

Practice Tutorials:
13. Advanced Design of Marine Systems Design & Drawing: - 28 Hrs.
Power Transmission system including Thrust Blocks, Intermediate shaft and Tail -End Shaft Water
cooling systems including pumps, filters, Heat exchangers for Diesel and Steam engine
Plants.
Lubricating Oil systems including Pumps, Purifiers, and Pressure by-pass valves.
Electro-hydraulic Steering gear system including Rudder, Rudder stock, Tiller arm, ram &Cylinder.
Marine Diesel Engine Air starting systems including Air receivers. Compressors and Air
starting valves.
Marine Diesel Engine Scavenge and Exhaust system.
Marine Diesel Engine Fuel Injection system including Fuel pumps and Fuel-injectors.
Design of Steam Turbine Plants.
Design of Gas Turbine Plants.
Life boat and it's launching device.
Refrigeration Plant.
Bulk CO2 system.
Fire fighting system including emergency fire pump.

14. Computer aided design; 8 Hrs.


Analysis of stress ,strain , vibration ,thermal stress , deflection through method of Finite Element
Analysis by use of various software like MSC NASTRAN, I-DEAS , AUTO-CAD ,Pro-engineer.

Latest developments and 1MO requirements are to be considered in each design project.

REFERENCES:
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1. Machine Design -Pandya& Shah


2. Marine Engineering -Hamngton .
3. IMQ & Classification society Publications
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem. VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR 710–Project & Technical Paper

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 01 00 04 05 01 02 03 00 00 00 00 50 50

The cadets should prepare a project under guidance of one faculty member of the institute and
should write a technical paper on it. Final marks will be calculated from the external and internal
assessment.
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR711 – General Performance

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
00 00 00 00 00 00 02 02 00 00 00 00 100 100

********************************End of Semester VII********************************


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107
108

Pool of Elective Subjects


S.No. Subject Code Subject
1 2MR701 A Maritime Law
2 2MR701 B Transport & Logistic Management
3 2MR701 C CAD,CAM
4 2MR701 D Advanced Marine Heat Engines
5 2MR701 E Oceanography
6 2MR701 F Advanced Material Science & Surface Coating Engineering
7 2MR 701G Quality Management
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR701A Maritime Law

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topics Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction: 3
Importance of law. Sources of law. Common Law. National land international laws.
Need for law in maritime sector. International treaties and conventions. International
organizations CMI (Comite Maritime International), UNCTAD, IMO, ILO,
UNCITRAL, CII etc. and outline of major maritime instruments developed by them.
2. Law of the Sea: 15
International laws for use of the world's oceans, navigation, fishing,
exploration and development of oil and natural gas resources, minerals, scientific
research, and protection of marine environment. Territorial seas, inland waters,
exclusive economic zones etc. International regime under UNCLOS to deal with
piracy, other illegal acts and dispute resolution.
3. Law of the Flag State: 12
Provisions of Indian Merchant Shipping Act 1958 with reference to Registration,
Administration, Contracts of employment, and abandonment of seafarers. The official
Log Book. Inspection and reports.
4. Commercial Laws: 9
Law of contract, bailment and agency. A general knowledge of shipping practice and
documents with particular reference to charter parties and bills of lading. The law
relating to carriage of goods, ship owners liabilities and responsibilities. Sea worthiness.
Law of insurance.
5. Admiralty Law: 9
Maritime liens, mortgage, priority in settling liens, International convention on salvage,
general average, the York - Antwerp Rules.
6. Miscellaneous Laws: 6
Law of collisions of ships, including apportionment of blame, law of jurisdiction.
Alternative dispute resolution including arbitration, conciliation and mediation.
Total 54
110

GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR701B Transport & Logistic Management

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topics Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Management principles & practices, Management information system. Human 8
resource management.

2. Managerial economics, Financial accounting, Cost & Management accounting, 12


International financial management

3. International trade & commerce. International transport system, International transport 12


law, Transport economics, import - export documentation & procedure, Multimodal
transport, Logistic & Operations management.

4. Quantitative techniques, Operation research, Research Methodology, Strategic 12


management, International marketing.

5. Port And Terminal Management, Port Economics, Logistic & Supply Chain 10
Management, Port Pricing &Finance , Port Marketing & Services.

Total 54
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR701C CAD-CAM

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
01 02 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topics Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. CAD: 9
Computer aided Drafting and tools for graphics; Mathematical tools; Convergence
criteria; Design tools like modelling, simulation, spread sheets and use of specialised
packages.
2. CAM: 9
Introduction, Features of NC machine tools, CAD to CAM, Industrial Robots, and
Computer aided production planning & control; Computer aided inspection & quality
control.
Total 18
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GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR701D Advanced Marine Heat Engines

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topics Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Complex Heat Engine Plants: 24
Combined Steam Turbine and Diesel Engine Cycles. Combined steam Turbine and
Gas Turbine cycles. Combined Gas Turbine and Diesel Engine cycles/Plants. Different
Methods of Improving the Overall Thermal Efficiency of the entire plant Design of the
most optimum condition and combination of complex plants. Cascade Refrigeration
plants. Free piston Gas Generators.

2. Turbo Blowers and Turbo Compressors: 16


Compressor Characteristics for Axial Flow compressors and Centrifugal compressors.
Stalling of compressors. Turbine characteristics. Matching of components like
compressor ant! Turbine. Performance of different units in combination in single
shaft arrangement.

3. Combustion and Flame stabilization: 10


Combustion of liquid Fuels, Atomisation, mixing, combustion curve and different
methods of Flame stabilization. Design & combustion chamber. Spray of Fuel, Pre-
mixing of Gaseous Fuels for combustion. Stability of the Flame.

4. Design of different types of compact Heat Exchangers for different Applications, e.g. Air 4
preheater, Gas and Oil Heaters.

Total 54
113

GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR701E Oceanography

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topics Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. The world’s oceans Atlantic, Pacific and the Indian oceans. The Antarctic sea area. Extent, 3
maximum depths. Importance of oceans with reference to trade, weather and climate.
2. Marine geology Platetectonics, petrology of oceanic rocks and sedimentation processes in the 6
ocean. Volcanoes, seafloor spreading, abyssal plains and mid-ocean ridges. Coasts,
shoreline, erosion, river deltas and effects of reclamation.
3. Biological oceanography Relationship between living organisms in the ocean and their 8
environment. Microbes, phytoplankton, zooplankton, nekton, fish, food cycle in the
ocean waters, and fish. Outline of oceanic ecology.
4. Physical oceanography I Water circulation and its effects on weather conditions, tide 9
prediction and calculation, oceanic winds and causes, weather and climate changes due to
the oceans, the melting icecaps, the rising sea level, and the Greenhouse effect. Use of tidal
energy and thermal energy to produce power.
5. Physical oceanography II Wave motion, trochoidal wave theory, measurement of waveform 12
at sea. Satellite remote sensing; computer modeling of atmosphere and ocean
processes. Weather reports and their use at sea. Ship‘s routeing by weather conditions.
Icebergs, Ice limits for navigation and floating ice formations. Precautions on ships
when encountering ice conditions and ice accretion on shipboard structures.
6. Chemical oceanography Composition of sea water, its temperature, salinity and pressure. 8
Effect of physical mixing processes and interactions with the atmosphere. Distribution
of chemicals in oceans. Photochemical reactions in seawater, air-sea chemical interactions,
chemical cycling of elements such as carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen important for organisms.
Use of sea water for extracting minerals.
7. Oceanic exploration and resources Early explorations, Study the deep sea, Deep sea 8
diving, Vehicles for diving-The FLIP, bathysphere, bathyscaph, ROVs. Ferro-manganese
nodules and other mineral resources in the oceans. Genesis, production from the sea and
transportation of hydrocarbons from sea floor.
Total 54
114

GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
2MR701F Advanced Material Science & Surface Coating Engineering

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topics Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Material Structure: 8
Details of material structure, structure property correlation, materials of construction,
Micro and Macro examination of material, behavior of metals under fatigue, creep,
corrosion, low temperature, high temperature, fracture mechanics and fracture
toughness role of residual ductility in corrosion fatigue.
2. Material for ships: 10
Metals, alloys and material used on ships ( piston, cylinder liner & head, DE valves,
propeller, turbine blades, impeller, heat exchangers, chilling plants, LNG tanks, ship's
hull. Special polymeric material like PVC, Teflon, Polypropylene. Super alloys like
satellite and other hard facing material for ship's hull and other special application .
Amorphous metallic n metal-metalloid coatings Ni-P, Ni-P=B, Ni-F-B-Wt-Bc-Sic, A12
O3.
3. Heat treatment processes: 8
Advanced heat treatments processes of steel based on T-T-T curves .advanced steel
making processes. Special steel for ship building , Advanced heat treatment processes
for non-ferrous alloys.
4. Metallurgical aspect of metal joining: 8
Thermo-mechanical treatment and effect on material , soldering and brazing ,
metallurgical effect of welding ; hot cracking , welding high tensile steel, welding cast
iron, welding stainless steel, welding copper and it's alloys, welding brasses, welding
bronzes and other alloys.
5. Testing of Material: 8
Advanced study tensile test, hardness test, notched bar test , various methods &
machines for tests. Non -destructive tests like penetrate test, magnetic particle test,
ultrasonic test, radiographic test, Acoustic emission test ( A,E,S1» thermal Imaging
test for welds.
6. Prevention of corrosion & Cracks: 8
Non-metallic coatings (paints), anodic & cathodic protection, Impressed Current
Cathodic Protection system,
Metallic coatings; thermal spray coating , plasma spray coating, Laser alloying , high
energy surfacing processes. Ion-implantation, Ion- plating , plasma enhanced ionic
deposition for marine application. Diffusion Coating and Surface modification for
improving hull efficiency.
Prevention of static & dynamic stress corrosion cracking (S.CC), cl. S.C.C.
7. Modern Material: 4
Discussion on recently developed material and study on them.
Total 54

REFERENCE:
1. Metallurgy for Engineers -E, C Rollason
English Language Book Society (ELBS)

GANPAT UNIVERSITY
U.V.PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
B. Tech. Sem-VII (Marine Engineering)
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2MR701G Quality Management

Examination Scheme
Teaching Scheme Credit Theory Practical
Sem. End
Pract. Grand
Lect. Lab W/S Total Int.
Tu. Theory Pr/TW Total Marks Hrs. Total Assessment Total
(Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) Asses
03 00 00 00 03 03 00 03 30 70 03 100 00 100

Unit Topics Lecture


No. (Hours)
1. Introduction: 4
Definition of Quality Management and System, Evolution of Quality, ISO and its structure.
Concepts of Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Total Quality Management, Total Quality
Control and Quality Management System. Relevance of Quality Management in Shipping.
2. Quality Management Principles: 8
Orientation of the Organization towards Customer, Leadership Qualities, Involvement of
people in an Organization, Process approach, System approach to Management, Continual
improvement through QMS, Factual approach to decision making, Mutually beneficial
supplier relationship.
3. QMS Documents : 12
General requirements of QMS Documents, Quality Policy, Quality Objectives,
Quality Manual, Quality system procedures, work instructions and additional
documents. QMS Record requirements and control.
4. Measurement analysis and improvement: 4
Internal Auditing procedures, External Auditing procedures. Dealing with non-conforming
products. Continual improvement through corrective action and preventive action.
5. Applications of QMS in Shipping: 18
Initiatives of ISMA in improving shipping management through QMS. Co-relation
between Quality management and ISM Code. Application of QMS in Maritime Industry.
Total quality, & Total Quality Management, Principles of TQM, Core concepts of TQM,
Approaches to TQM. TQM Tools and techniques. Barriers and advantages of TQM.
Overview of environmental management system and ISO14000.
6. Statistical Process Control: 8
Statistical Process Control history & development. Averages & measures of dispersion.
Process variation, variable & attribute data. Use of statistical problem solving tools such
as check sheets, histograms, Pareto diagrams, stratification graph, scatter plots, cause &
effect diagram.
Total 54
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AWARD OF GENERAL PERFORMANCE (G.P.) MARKS

As per requirement of the merchant shipping industry, all marine engineering students are
imparted training for development of personality and skill in organization management.

Every students / Cadet is required to actively participate in various activates of the institute as
well as various Co-curricular and Ex-curricular activities. Every cadet will be awarded G.P.
mark for all his activities stated below. This is applicable from 3rd Semester onwards. Final
semester too is exempted from G.P. Marks.

In order to offer equal opportunity to all cadets to earn maximum amount of G.P. marks
allotted for any semester and also to all participation of all cadets in all ex-curricular and co-
curricular activities, the distribution of G.P. marks as per chart below. G.P. marks will be
deducted for indiscipline activity mentioned as per the attached chart.

The total G.P. marks allotted for each semester will be divided into three groups A, B and C.
A cadet can earn maximum amount of G.P. mark in a each group by means of taking part in a
the ex-curricular or co-curricular activity mentioned under each group.

G.P. marks to be assimilated by the faculty-in-charge of the respective fields and finally to be
awarded by the marine professor in charge of student activities. For any moderation or review
if needed, decision of principal (Head of Institute) will be final.
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DISTRIBUTION OF GENERAL PERFORMANCE MARKS

MAXIMIUM AVAILABLE GENERAL PERFORMANCE MARKS:-

SEM→ III IV V VI VII


GROUP ↓
A 50 50 50 50 50
B 20 20 20 20 20
C 30 30 30 30 30
TOTAL 100 100 100 100 100

Group A B
C
(Max.of
(Max.of 30
20)
Semester 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
III 50 20 20 20 20 15 15 28 20 10 10 -- -- 20 10 15 15 15
IV 50 20 20 20 20 15 15 28 20 10 10 -- -- 20 10 15 15 15
V 50 20 20 20 25 15 15 28 20 15 15 25 -- 20 10 15 15 15
VI 50 20 20 20 25 15 15 28 20 15 15 25 -- 20 10 15 15 15
VII 50 20 20 20 30 15 15 28 20 15 15 25 10 25 10 20 15 20
Maximum (Max. (Max. of
attainable 20) Max. of 30
of 50)
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Group – A Annex-III

These marks are allotted to a cadet at the beginning of the semester for observing general hosted
discipline.

DEDUCATION OF GENERAL PERFORMANCE MARKS FOR DEFAULTERS


(GROUP A)

Sr. Occasion Competent Authority Deduction -CMS


No
1. Reporting late in fall-in CCC/SCC/CC/JCC/LC 05
2. Absent from fall-in/P.T. CCC/SCC/CC/JCC/LC 10
3. Unauthorized absent hostel/ missing from Countersigned by warden action to As decided by
hostel be taken by the competent O.I.C (H)
Authority/ suspension
4. Reporting late from city leave Warden 10
5. Not reporting back city leave but reporting (To be treated as missing from 20 and as decided
at next morning PT fall-in hostel, Countersigned by warden) by O.I.C. (H).
Action to be taken up by the Director
competent Authority.
5.a Absent from last fall-in and next morning To be treated as unauthorized 30 and suspension
PT and morning check fall-in absence from hostel or as decided by
O.I.C. (H)/Director

6.a Wearing improper uniform Officer/Warden/Rank Holders 05


6.b Wearing torn dirty uniform Warden/Rank Holders 05
6.c Not shaven properly/improperly Warden/Rank Holders 05
groomed hair
6.d Bed/wardrobe/room dirty/ disarranged Warden/Rank Holders 10
7. Impertinence and disobeying official Action to be taken by As decided by
orders standing rules misbehaviour competent authority O.I.C.(H)
towards superior
7.a Absent from class Action to be taken by c 15
competent authority
8. Unauthorized absent from w/shop or found Concerned officer/warden/ Disciplinary
in hostel during w/shop Rank Holders action
Or (Suspension)
Missing from hostel at night after last fall-in
9. Absent from games fall-in Officer/Warden/Rank Holders 10
10. Absent from parade / Flag hoisting Officer/Warden/Rank Holders 20
11. Found outside during office hours Officer/Warden/Rank Holders 20
(08:45 to 17:30hrs) including lunch
hours
12. Found outside college campus at night Officer/Warden/Rank Holders 20& Disciplinary
after 200hrs (10PM) action
N.B: Attendance during division, hostel inspection, marching practice or any others special occasion,
is compulsory in proper uniforms. Disciplinary action will be taken against defaulters.
L.C: Leading Cadet C.C.I.C. Cadet Captain-in-charge
J.C.C: Junior Cadet Captain S.C.C. Senior Cadet Captain
C.C: Cadet Captain C.C.C. Chief Cadet Captain
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DISTRIBUTION OF PERFORMANCE MARKS (GROUP B &C):

Group –B
Total
1) Hostel Inspection : Marks awarded in every occasion 10 Max.20
2) Division : Marks awarded in every occasion 10

Group –C

1. Service the Institution


Organising, participation & Special service and performance
In parade. (5 in each case) 20 max

2. Rank holder S.C.C. 30


C.C. 25
J.C.C. 20
L.C 20

3. Gardening
III – VIII Sem. -15 15
I and II Sem. -20 20 Max.28

4. Band 15 (Active p art)


max

5. Sports.

(i) Atlantic (Prize winning)


1st , 2nd and 3rd Rank - 7marks each 21 Max. 28
(ii) Participants (completing) 07
Max.3. Events 3 in each event
(iii) Cross- country
(a) 1st , 2nd ,& 3rd -7
(b) Completion - 5

6. Games
College team 12 (max, 2 games)
Sadan team or individual 05(max, 2games)

7. Literary Activates
(a) Committee members 15 max
(b) Representing college team (Quiz or Debate) 7 max Max. 10:1-IVth
Sem.
(c) In house participation (Sadan -2 events max.) 4 max 15:V-
VIIth Sem

8. Cultural Committee

(i) Committee members 10 max


(ii) Representing college 07 max Max. 10:1 –Ivth Sem.
(iii) In house participation 04 max 15: V-VIth Sem
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9. Model making
1st , 2nd & 3rd 25
4th to 10th 20
Rest of participants 15

10. Essay competition


Winner 10 max.10
Participant 05

11. Mess committee members


V-VIII Sem. 25 max
I-IV Sem. 20 max

12. Hobbies
(All Participants) 10 max

13. Medical cadet & Co-operative store members


VII-VIII Sem. 20 max
I-VI Sem. 15 max

14. Office Bearer


(Cline club member , photography , class Representative) 10 each Max. 15

15. External Representation


(Academic) I-IV Sem. 15 Max. 15
VII-VIII 20 Max . 20

Note:
1. A cadet can earn maximum marks in Group B & Group C as shown in the table.
2. G. P. marks lost due to indiscipline will be deducted from the total credit marks earned.
3. At the beginning of semester every cadet will discuss with sadan officers and prepare a plan
for earning credit marks as mentioned in Group B & Group C.
4. Sadan/ House officer will monitor the progress of the cadet in this respect.