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SYLLABI FOR B.TECH. MECH.

ENGG.

(U.G.D.) FROM ACADEMIC SESSION

2005-2006

COURSE STURE B.TECH MECHANICAL ENGINEERAING

SEMESTER-I

Subjects Contact Hours/Week Credits L & T P Theory: 1. AM-1101: Mathematics 2. AP-1102: Physics
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Credits
L
& T
P
Theory:
1. AM-1101: Mathematics
2. AP-1102: Physics
3. AC-1102: Chemistry
4. ME-1102: Thermodynamics
5. PC-1101: Professional Communication
6. ES-1101: Environmental Studies*
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
Total for Theory
19
19
Practical:
7. AP-1302: Physics Lab
8. AC-1301: Chemistry Lab
9. WS-1302: Workshop Practice II
3
2
3
2
3
2
Total for Practical
9
6
Total for I Semester
19
9
25
II SEMESTER Subjects Contact Hours/Week Credits L & T P Theory: 1. AM-1201: Mathematics 2.
II
SEMESTER
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Credits
L
& T
P
Theory:
1. AM-1201: Mathematics
2. AP-1201: Physics
3. AC-1201: Chemistry
4. ME-1201: Engineering Mechanics
5. AM-1203: Computer Programming & Graphics
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
Total for Theory
16
16
Practical:
6. AP-1401: Physics Lab
7. ED-1401: Engineering
Drawing
3
2
4
3
8. CL-1401: Computer Lab.
9. WS-1401: Workshop Practice
3
2
3
2
Total for Practical
13
9
Total for II Semester
16
13
25
*Includes field-work that shall be of 5 hours duration in the entire semester.

SEMESTER III

Subjects Contact Hours/Week Credits L & T P Theory: 1. ME-2101: Material Science 4 4
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Credits
L
& T
P
Theory:
1. ME-2101: Material Science
4
4
2. ME-2102: Strength of Materials
4
4
3. ME-2103: Kinematics of Machines
3
3
4. ME-2104: Mechanical Measurements
3
3
5. EE-2106A: Electrical Engineering
3
3
6. AM-2106A: Mathematics
3
3
Total for Theory
20
20
Practical:
7. ME-2301: Machine Drawing/CAD Practical
3
2
8. ME-2302: Machine Shop Practice
3
2
Total for Practical
6
4
Total for the Semester
20
6
24
SEMESTER – IV Subjects Contact Hours/Week Credits L & T P Theory: 1. ME-2201: Fluid
SEMESTER – IV
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Credits
L
& T
P
Theory:
1. ME-2201: Fluid Mechanics
4
4
2. ME-2202: Machine Design – I
3
3
3. ME-2203: Manufacturing Engg. – I
4
4
4. ME-2204: Dynamics of Machines
3
3
5. EC-2206A: Electronics & Instrumentation
3
3
6. AM-2206A: Numerical Methods
3
3
Total for Theory
20
20
Practical:
7. ME-2401: Machine Design Practical
3
2
8. ME-2402: Mechanical Engg. Lab.
3
2
9. EE-2406A: Electrical Engg. Lab.
3
2
10.
EC-2406A: Electronics and Instrumentation Lab.
1
1
Total for Practical
10
7
Total for the Semester
20
10
27

SEMESTER V

Subjects Contact Hours/Week Credits L & T P Theory: 1. ME-3101: Manufacturing Engg. II 3
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Credits
L
& T
P
Theory:
1. ME-3101: Manufacturing Engg. II
3
3
2. ME-3102: System Dynamics & Control
3
3
3. ME-3103: Mechanics of Deformable Solids
4
4
4. ME-3104: Applied Thermodynamics
4
4
5. ME-3105: Machine Design – II
3
3
Total for Theory
17
17
Practical:
6. ME-3301: Mechanical Engg. Lab.
3
2
7. ME-3302: Machine Design Practical
3
2
8. ME-3303: Practical Training
*
2
Total for Practical
6
6
Total for the Semester
17
6
23
*
36 working days.
SEMESTER – VI
Subjects
Contact
Hours/Week L & T
P
Credits
Theory:
1. ME-3201: Machine Design – III
3
3
2. ME-3202: Vibrations
3
3
3. ME-3203: Heat and Mass Transfer
4
4
4. ME-3204: Internal Combustion Engines
4
4
5. ME-3205: Tool Design
3
3
6. Open Elective
3
3
Total for Theory
20
20
Practical:
ME-3401: Mechanical Engg. Lab.
3
2
8.
ME-3402: Machine Design Practical
3
2
Total for Practical
6
4
Total for the Semester
20
6
24

LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVES One elective paper will be chosen from the following, subject to the approval of the Dean/Head of the Department.

a).

HU-3201 History of Science and Technology

b).

HU-3202 Industrial and Organisation

Psychology

c). HU-3203 Intellectual Property Rights

 

d).

e).

f).

g).

HU-3204 Energy Management HU-3205 Industrial Sociology HU-3206 Ethics, Philosophy and Values HU-3207 Entrepreneurship Development

SEMESTER VII

Subjects Contact Hours/Week Credits L & T P Theory: 1. ME-4101: Industrial Management 2. ME-4102:
Subjects
Contact Hours/Week
Credits
L
& T
P
Theory:
1. ME-4101: Industrial Management
2. ME-4102: Computer Aided Design
3. ME-4103: Manufacturing Systems
4. ME-4104: Turbomachines
5. Elective I
4
4
3
3
4
4
3
3
3
3
Total for Theory
17
17
Practical:
6. ME-4301: Computer Aided Design
7. ME-4302: Project Work
8. ME-4303: Seminar and Group Discussion
9. ME-4304: Practical Training* & Tour
3
2
3
2
3
2
-
2
Total for Practical
9
8
Total for the Semester
17
9
25
*
36 working days.
LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR ELECTIVE – I
One elective paper will be chosen from the following, subject to the approval of the Head
of the Department.
a).
ME-4105: Power Plant Engineering

b). ME-4106: Combustion Technology c). ME-4107: Operations Research d). ME-4108: Experimental Mechanics & Non-destructive Testing e). ME-4109: Technology for Competitive Manufacturing

f). ME-4110: Rapid Design and Manufacturing g). ME-4111: Smart Materials and Systems h). ME-4112: Vehicle Dynamics

i). ME-4113: Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems

j) ME-4114: Total Quality Management

SEMESTER VIII

Subjects Contact Hours/Week L & T P Credits Theory: 1. ME-4201: Mechatronics 2. ME-4202: Fracture
Subjects
Contact
Hours/Week L & T
P
Credits
Theory:
1. ME-4201: Mechatronics
2. ME-4202: Fracture Mechanics
3. ME-4203: Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning
4. Elective II
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Total for Theory
12
12
Practical:
5. ME-4401: Project Work
6. ME-4402: Comprehensive Viva-Voce
7. ME-4403: Computational Mechanics Lab
9
6
-
2
3
2
Total for Practical
12
10
Total for the Semester
12
12
22
LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR ELECTIVE – II One elective paper will be chosen from the
LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR ELECTIVE – II
One elective paper will be chosen from the following, subject to the approval of the Head
of the Department.

a). ME-4204: Power Generation

b). ME-4205: Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow c). ME-4206: Combustion Generated Pollution d). ME-4207: Automobile Engineering e). ME-4208: Non-conventional Energy Sources f). ME-4209: Unconventional Manufacturing Processes g). ME-4210: Composite Materials h). ME-4211: Finite Element Analysis

i).

ME-4212: Robotics

j).

ME-4213: Engineering Economics

k). ME-4214: Machine Tool Engineering l). ME-4215: Management Information System

B. TECH. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Proposed Syllabi of B. Tech. Programme (To be effective form July 2006) ME-1101/ME-1201: Engineering Mechanics

Fundamentals of Mechanics, Equivalent force system,. Equation of Equilibrium, Introduction to Structural
Fundamentals of Mechanics, Equivalent force system,. Equation of Equilibrium,
Introduction to Structural Mechanics, Trusses, Beams, Frictional Forces, Properties of
surfaces, Introduction of variational Mechanics.
Kinematics of Particle, Particle Dynamics, Energy Methods, Linear Momentum and
Moment of Momentum, Kinematics of Rigid bodies, Moment of Inertia, Dynamics of
Rigid Bodies.
ME-1102/ME-1202: Thermodynamics
Thermodynamic systems, Properties, States of system, Zeroth law of Thermodynamics,
Equation of State.
Energy, Work and Heat, Internal Energy, Enthalpy, Specific Heats, Processes and Cycles.
First law of Thermodynamics and applications to Non-flow and flow processes.
Heat Engines and Heat pumps, Second law of Thermodynamics, Reversible and
irreversible processes, Carnot cycle, Thermodynamic Temperature Scale, Classius
Inequality, Entropy and its corollaries, Availability, irreversibility, Free energy functions,
Thermodynamic Equilibrium,. Properties of Pure substances, Standard vapour, Gas
power , Refrigeration cycles.
ME-1301/ ME-1401: Engineering Drawing (from 2006-07 and onwards)
(Coding as ED 1301/ED1401 for the session 2005-06 only)
Introduction to Engineering Drawing,.Use of Precision Drawing Instruments and
Drawing Materials., Lines in Engg. Drawing and their conventions, Lettering-
GothicVertical and Italic, ISI code of practice for general engineering drawing.
Conic Sections, Construction of Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola, Cycloid, Epicycloid,
Hypocycloid and Involute.
Orthographic projections of simple geometrical solids like cylinder, cone, cube, pyramid,
prism and their sections (excluding oblique planes), Intersections of solids and surface
development.
Isometric projections of solids from orthographic and vice-versa. Introduction to Machine
Drawing with examples.

ME-1302/ME-1402: Workshop Practice I(from 2006-07 and onwards) (Coding and name as 1301/ED1401:Workshop Practice for the session 2005-06 only) Machine Shop: Introduction to various Machine tools, measuring instruments and their operations Lathe, Shaper, Planer, Capstan & Turret Lathe, Grinding Milling and Drilling Machines and their operations, Telescopic Gauge, Depth gauge, Steel Rule, External Micrometer, Screw Thread Micrometer, Inside Micrometer, Vernier Calipers, Vernier Height Gauge, Angle gauge block, Universal Bevel Protractor, Combination set, Spirit level, Surface gauge, Thread Gauge. Fitting Shop: Introduction and application of various fitting tools, Instruments and Operations-Punch, V-Block, Surface Plate, Angle Plate, Scriber, Power hacksaw, Drill, Reamer, Calipers, outside, inside, spring Calipers, Hermaphrodite Caliper, Transfer Caliper, Divider, Try Square, Chipping, Method of filing, Scrapping, Grinding, sawing, marking, Drilling, Reaming, Tapping, Dieing, Vices and types, Hammers, Chisels, files, shape, specification, Hand sawing.

Electric and Electroplating Shop: Basic principle of Electroplating Various processes of Electroplating. CNC
Electric and Electroplating Shop: Basic principle of Electroplating Various processes
of Electroplating.
CNC M/c Tools Shop: Introduction to CNC Machine Tools and operations, CNC Lathe.

Welding Shop: Welding, General condition for welding-cleaning, edge preparation, Significance of flux and inert gases in welding, Welded joint-Butt joint-Single V, Double V, Single U, Double U, Lap joint, T Joints, Corner joint, etc, Introduction to welding-Processes MIG, TIG and Manual Metal-Arc welding process, Gas welding, Welding defects-causes and Remedies.

ME-1303/ME-1403: Workshop Practice II (Coding and name as 1302/ED1402:Workshop Practice for the session 2005-06 only) Carpentry Shop: Material-Timber, Common Varieties of Indian Timber, Wood Seasoning, Introduction to tools, Equipment and operations-Try square, Miter square, plane, Boring tools, Striking tools, Holding tools, Miscellaneous tools, Setting and sharpening tools, planning, Marking, Cutting operations etc, Carpentry joints-T-Lapped joint, Lapped dove tail joint, Bridle joint, Miter joint, Grooved Miter-Mortise Ten-on joint.

Foundry Shop: Introduction to tools, equipment-Molding flask, Riddle, Rammer, Trowels, Slicks, Lifters, Draw spikes, etc., Pattern, moulds, Core, Gate, Riser, Principle of directional solidification, Sand casting, Major Casting defects- Causes and Remedies.

Heat Treatment: Introduction to heat treatment, Heat treatment of steel involving annealing, hardening and tempering. Case hardening such as carbonizing, induction hardening.

Smithy Shop: Introduction to tools, equipment and operations, Upsetting, Drawing Down, Setting Down, Bending, punching, cutting, Flat die forging, Fullering, Blocking, Trimming, and Coining.

Sheet Metal Shop: Introduction to tools, equipment and operation. ME-2101: Material Science Atomic
Sheet Metal Shop: Introduction to tools, equipment and operation.
ME-2101: Material Science
Atomic structure and types of bonding, Miller indices, Crystal imperfections, Slip
mechanism, Simple explanations for Mechanical and Electrical properties, Hot and cold
working of metals.
Solid solution- Types and properties, Phase rule, phase diagrams of engineering
materials, Isothermal Transformation diagram for steels.
Heat Treatment Processes -Annealing, Normalising, Quenching, Tempering, Hardening
Surface hardening, Case hardening, Diffusion metallising.
Creep: Mechanism, Creep curves, equicohesive temperature, Effects of temperature and
metallurgical variables on creep.
Fatigue: S-N Curve, Low cycle and high cycle fatigue, Corrosion fatigues.
Fracture: Types, Griffith’s theory of brittle Fracture.
Engineering Materials: Properties, selection and uses of important engineering
materials.
ME-2102: Strength of Materials

Analysis of Stress:Three-dimensional stress analysis: Physical interpretation of stress at a point, State of stress at a point, Stress equilibrium equation in Cartesian coordinates, Stress transformation, Principal stresses for a general state of stress, Stress invariants, Hydrostatic and pure shear states, Octahedral stresses. Plane Stress: Stress variation at a point. Mohr’s stress circle. Analysis of Strain:Deformation and rigid body rotation, Deformation in the neighborhood of a point, Three-dimensional strain system, State of strain at a point, Physical interpretation of strain terms, Strain transformation equations,. Strain invariants, Principal strains, Plane state of strain, Mohr’s strain circle. Stress-strain relationship:Generalised Hooke’s law. Constitutive equations, Relationship between elastic constants, Mechanical properties of solids. Torsion:Solid and hollow shafts. Torsion beyond elastic limit. Closed coiled helical springs. Bending of beams:Normal and shear stresses, Composite beams, Initially curved beams, Bending beyond elastic limit. Deflection of beams:Double integration method, Area moment method, Macaulay’s method, Conjugate beam method and method of superposition, Leaf Spring. Theories of failure and Thin cylinder.

ME-2103: Kinematics of Machines Introduction to Mechanisms and Machines. Kinematics Analysis of Plane Mechanisms. Kinematics Synthesis of Plane Mechanisms.

Analysis and Design of Cams. Kinematics of Gears and Gear-trains. Generation of Toothed-profiles. Universal - Joint Kinematics and Automobile steering Mechanisms. Kinematics of Robotic -arm movement and Manipulators. ME-2104: Mechanical Measurements Instrumentation: Generalized measuring system, Static characteristics, dynamic characteristics, First and second order characteristics of Instruments, Calibration, Sensitivity, Accuracy, Precision, and Repeatability. Measurement Errors classifications, Sources of errors-Statistical analysis of data, selection of measuring system. Measurement of Force, Multiple lever system, Elastic force transducers. Mseasurement of torque on rotating shafts. Measurement of Pressure by Elastic Transducer, High and low Pressure Measurements, Sound Measurement.

Measurement of Flow: Hot Wire Anemometer, Turbine Meter, Electromagnetic Flow Meter and Ultrasonic
Measurement of Flow: Hot Wire Anemometer, Turbine Meter, Electromagnetic Flow
Meter and Ultrasonic Flowmeter.
Measurement of Temperature: Thermo-couples, Themo-piles, thermisters, Radiation
Miscellaneous measurements: Liquid level, Time, Frequency.
and Optical Pyrometers, Bi-metallic Thermometers.
Measurement of Stress and Strain: Strain gauge and related instrumentation,
photoelastic technique of stress analysis
EE-2106 A: Electrical Engineering

Electrical circuits: Network elements - Voltage and current sources, Kirchoff’s voltage and current law, loop and nodal analysis, Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, Maximum power Transfer theorem. Sinusoidal steady state analysis – R L and C elements, power and power factor, phasor diagram, resonance, Mutual inductance and coefficient of coupling. Three phase circuits: Line and Phase relationship, Power measurement. Electrical Machines:Transformer - Principle of working, EMF equation, Equivalent circuit, voltage regulation and efficiency, Open-circuit and short circuit test, autotransformer, DC. Machines - Constructional features, D.C. Generator No load Magnetization and external characteristics, D.C. Motor - starting, speed torque characteristics, speed control, application. Induction machine - Principle of operation, Constructional details, torque-slip characteristics, starting and speed control. Synchronous Machines - Constructional

features, Alternators-Voltage regulation and its determination by synchronous impedance method. Synchronous Motor: Starting, V and inverted V-curves, Application. Distribution of Electrical power: Tariff calculation. House and factory wiring. Introduction to Electrical measurement: Introduction to indicating instruments; ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter, energy meter.

AM-2106A: Mathematics Function of Complex variables: Transformations in Complex planes, Bilinear
AM-2106A: Mathematics
Function of Complex variables: Transformations in Complex planes, Bilinear
Transformations, Conformal transformations, Poles and singularities, Residue Theorem
Evaluation of real integrals by contour integrations.
Laplace Transform: Simple properties of Laplace transform, Laplace transform of
elementary functions, Inverse Laplace transform, convolution Theorem, Application to
ordinary and simultaneous differential equations, Laplace transform of period functions,
Unit step function, Dirac delta function.
Special Functions: Bessel functions of first and second kinds, Recurrence relations,
Legendre and Hermite polynomials and their properties. Application to solution of
differential equations.
Partial Differential Equations: Equations linear in p and q, Non linear equations,
Lagrange’s equation, Linear equations of higher order with constant coefficients, Method
of separation of variables, Applications to solution of one and two dimensional. Wave
equations: Vibration of strings, Heat diffusion equations.
ME-2201: Applied Thermodynamics
Boilers: Classifications of Boilers, Performance, Heat Balance, Feeding Devices and
control. Indian Boiler code.
Flow Through Nozzles: Velocity and heat drop. Condition for maximum discharge.
Flow characteristics of nozzle. Effect of friction and nozzle efficiency. Supersaturated
flow.
Elements of steam turbine and its classification. Velocity diagram.
Steam Plant cycles: Feasibility of carnot cycle. Rankine and Modified Rankine cycles,
Reheat, Regenerative and Binary Vapour cycles, Disposal of Bled steam condensate.
Condensers and Condensing Plant: Elements, Types of Condensers, Vacuum
Efficiency, Condenser efficiency, Dalton’s law and Air-vapour Mixture.
Reciprocating Compressors: Single and multi-stage compression, Perfect and Imperfect
intercooling, Volumetric efficiency and other efficiencies, Heat Transfer.
Gas Turbines: Principle of working, Classifications, Thermodynamics of Constant
Pressure Gas Turbine cycle, Intercooling, Regeneration and Reheat. Performance with
different parameters.
Information to Jet and Rocket Propulsion.

ME-2202: Machine Design-I

Introductions to design Engineering, Specifications, Formulation and analysis of a Design problem, Flow diagrams, Design process and design cycle. Fundamental of dimension determination, Selection of materials, Indian standards. Types of joints and their principles, Riveted joints, Welded joints, Joints formed by interference fit, Threaded Joints, Cotter joints, Keys, Splines, Serrated and Keyless joints. Friction drives, couplings and clutches, Belts and chain drives, Power screws. Introduction to value engineering and value analysis.

ME-2203: Manufacturing Engineering I Foundry: Types of casting, Special casting methods, Casting design
ME-2203: Manufacturing Engineering I
Foundry: Types of casting, Special casting methods, Casting design considerations,
casting defects, Moulding machines, Cleaning and conditioning of casting, Melting
furnaces, Foundry mechanization.
Welding Processes: Advanced welding processes and applications, Welding defects,
inspections and testing, Design considerations.
Powder Metal Forming: Powder production and properties, Compaction and sintering,
Applications.
Bulk Deformation Processes: Rolling, Forging, Extrusion, Drawing, Sheet metal
forming methods and applications.
ME-2204: Dynamics of Machines
Three dimensional rigid body dynamics
Gyroscopes and their Applications in Mechanical systems.
Force Analysis of Mechanisms, Dynamically equivalent systems, Dynamics of
Reciprocating Engines, Turing-moment Diagrams, Fluctuations of Energy and Speed, Fly
wheels, Flyball Governors.
Balancing of Rotating and Reciprocating Masses.
Balancing of Engines and Rotors. Balancing Machines.
Theory of Brakes and their Applications.
EC-2206A: Electronics & Instrumentation

Semiconductor diode characteristics, Load, Half wave and Full wave rectifiers; Power supply, Regulators (723, 78xx, 79xx) Amplifying devices (vacuum tube, BJT FET), their characteristics amplifying (Include tubes of coupling), calculations of V. Gain, Impedance, Frequency Response, Feed back; High input impedance, Cktsl Oscillators (RC,LC and its applications), Filters, V.C.O. and PLL,; Timer and applications to systems Logic gates and basic logic circuits (SSI, MSI and basic systems lcs); Transducers, load cell, strain gauge, LVDT, Optical shaft encoder, Display devices, A/D and D/A converters; CRO and Multimeters (A&D) (Intersil’s A/D for Instrumentation); A Typical Instrumentation system, Introduction to Microprocessors and its basic peripherals.

AM-2206A: Numerical Methods Absolute, relative, round off, truncation errors, significant digits, Estimation of errors, Tabulation of a function, Interpolation: Ordinary differences, differences operators, E. and Sub tabulation; divided differences, Newton-Coats formula, Lagrange’s formula, central ordinary least squares, cubic splines, Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations graphical method, inverse interpolation, interactive methods, regular falsi Newton-Rapson method, multiple or near multiple and complex roots, Solution of linear equations, method of elimination Numbers, ill conditioned systems, Computing the inverse matrix, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, matrix decomposition, Numerical integration, finite difference method, Gaussian quadrature, Euler-Maclaurinn series, asymptotic expansions, solution of differential equations, Solution in series, Picard’s method, methods of Adams-Bashforth and Mine and Runge-Kutta, Difference equations, differential and difference equation, numerical solution of difference equations, relaxation method, solution of partial differential equations by difference.

ME-3101: Manufacturing Engg.-II Machine Tools: Classification, types and working operation of lathe, shaper
ME-3101: Manufacturing Engg.-II
Machine Tools: Classification, types and working operation of lathe, shaper planer,
slotter, milling, drilling, grinding, gearhobing, etc.
Metal Machining: Introduction to single-point and multi-point cutting tools, Tool
materials, Tool geometry, Mechanism of chip formation, Mechanics of orthogonal
cutting, Thermal aspects, Cutting fluids, Tool wear, Tool life and Machinability,
Economics of machining.
Metrology: Standards of measurement, Limits and fits, Linear and angular
measurements,
Measurements of flatness and screw threads, Measurement of surface finish,
Comparators.

ME-3102: System Dynamics & Control Introduction, Modeling of Physical Systems, Open loop and Closed loop control systems, Sensitivity and Robustness of control systems, Time Domain Analysis of Control Systems, Stability of control systems: Routh-Hurwitz criterion for absolute stability, Root Locus Method for stability & design of control systems, Basic control Actions, PID control, Forward and Feedforward control, Error Analysis and Performance Criterion. Frequency Domain Analysis, Nyquist stability criterion and relative stability in the frequency domain, Design and Compensation Methods, Introduction to Discrete Time systems, Applications in Mechanical, Thermal, Industrial and Process control systems. ME-3103: Mechanics of Deformable Solids Analysis of Stress & Strain:Three-dimensional stress equilibrium equation in polar coordinate, Three-dimensional Mohr’s stress circle, Thermal stresses, Stress function, Strain

components in polar coordinates, Compatibility equations, St. Venant’s principle. Combined Loading:Combined centric and flexural loads, Combined centric, torsional and flexural loads. Energy methods:Displacement methods, force methods and impact loading. Stability of equilibrium:Buckling of columns and struts, Beam-column equation. Axisymmetric problems:Thick cylinders, Rotating disc of uniform thickness, Disk of variable thickness, beams on elastic foundation. Flexural loading:Unsymmetrical bending, shear center and stresses in thin -walled open sections. Torsion:General prismatic bars, rectangular bars and thin-walled sections, Open-coiled helical spring. Statically indeterminate beams:Integration method, area-moment method, superposition method and energy method. Material modelling: Elasto-plastic, visco-elastic and visco-plastic models. ME-3104: Fluid Mechanics Introduction: Properties and types of fluids. Fluid Statics: Submerged surfaces, Buoyancy and stability , Uniform Transnational Acceleration and Uniform Rotation of bodies with fluids. Fluid Kinematics: Flow classifications, Path lines, Stream Lines, Stream Tubes and Streak lines, Equation of continuity. Rotational and Irrational Motion. Stream function and Velocity Potential. Fluid Dynamics: Equations of Motion and Energy and their applications. Flow through pipes, Viscous Flow (Poiseuille and Couette Flows). Dimensional Analysis: Rayleigh and Buckingham Pi-Theorem. Geometric, Kinematic and Dynamic similarities. Model Testing. Introduction to Boundary Layer: Boundary layer thick nesses, Characteristics of Boundary Layer, Boundary Layer Equations, Momentum Integral Equation and its solution. Compressible Flow: One dimensional Isentropic flow.

ME-3105: Machine Design – II
ME-3105: Machine Design – II

Gear: Introduction to Gear Drives & their Merits and Demerits, Tooth Profiles, Standard Involute Gear System, Gear tooth Failures, ISI Specifications. Involute spur Gears, Design loads, Lewis equitation , Dynamic loads and Wear strength of spur gears . Involute helical gears on parallel shafts, Beam Strength of Helical gears, Wear strength of Helical gears, thrust load, Modified Lewis equation and design of bevel gears, Gear trains and Gear boxes of Spur & helical types. Shaft and Axle Design, Crank Shafts and Connecting rods

Bearings: Principles of Hydrodynamic lubrication, Generalised Reynolds’ Equation and its Solutions, Bearing Characteristic number, Design of hydrodynamic Journal Bearings Plane Slider, and Curved slider step bearings, Design of finite bearing, Principles of hydrostatic lubrication, Design of hydrostatic Journal bearings, selection of rolling element bearings. Design for production, use and maintenance.

ME-3303: Practical Training Each student is expected to maintain a Training Diary in accordance with
ME-3303: Practical Training
Each student is expected to maintain a Training Diary in accordance with the training
schedule given by the organization in which he is undergoing the training. The diary shall
contain the training report in detail. The diary should be duly signed by the concerned
training officer of the organization.
ME-3201: Machine Design - III
Evolution of the method of optimum Design, Approximation for explicit Design,
Optimum choice of method of Analysis, Optimum Design of Mechanical elements.
Reliability analysis and reliability based Design.
Comprehensive design of mechanical sub-systems.
Design for manufacturing.
ME-3202: Vibrations
Free and forced vibration of single degree freedom systems, Transient vibration.
Two degree freedom system, Vibration absorbers and Dampers.
Multi degree freedom system, Influence coefficient and matrix methods, Multimass
torsional systems, Holzers method, Modal analysis.
Transverse vibration of beams and rods, Energy methods.
Whirling of shafts, Stresses in shafts due to vibration.
Introduction to self induced vibration in mechanical systems.
Conditioning monitoring of machinery through vibration and noise measurement.
ME-3203: Heat and Mass Transfer

Conduction: Thermal conduction in solids, Fourier’s law, three and two dimensional equations, conduction through planes, composite walls, cylinders and spheres, fins. Two dimensional steady state heat conduction, Transient two/three dimensional heat conduction and lumped parameter analysis, transient heat conduction through semi- infinite slab without resistance. Convection: Forced convection through boundary layer on flat plate, Momentum and energy equations, hydrodynamic and thermal boundary layers, Temperature distribution solution, Dimensionless numbers. Introduction to similarity and integral solution for heat transfer problems Natural convention mechanism, determination of heat transfer

coefficient from a vertical flap plate, free convection for other geometries, mixed convection. Radiation: Physical mechanism of energy transport in thermal radiation, laws of radiation, black body radiation, radiation characteristics of non black surfaces Kirchof’s law view factor, View factor algebra, radiation exchange, electric circuit analogy, radiation shields, the radiation heat transfer coefficient, gas radiation, green house effect. Heat Exchangers: Introduction, classification of heat exchangers, the overall heat transfer coefficient, fouling factor, typical temperature distribution, fouling, Log mean temperature difference and NTU method and appropiate treatment design considerations for heat exchangers. Boiling and Condensations: Regimes of boiling, bubble size consideration, bubble growth and collapse, critical bubble, Rohsenow’s correlation. Nusselt theory of condensation, effect of operational parameters, concept of heat pipe.

Mass Transfer: Introduction to mass transfer, Fick’s law ME-3204: Internal Combustion Engines Idealized
Mass Transfer: Introduction to mass transfer, Fick’s law
ME-3204: Internal Combustion Engines
Idealized cycle and processes; Deviations from air standard cycles; Fuel-air cycle and
Actual cycles. Combustion process in spark ignition and compression ignition engines,
Knock, Effect of engine design and operating variables on knock, Design principles of
combustion chambers, Fuels for S.I. and C.I. engines, fuel properties and fuel rating,.
Mixture requirements, Carburration, Fuel injection, Alternate fuels and engines,
Automotive air pollution: nature, causes and control.
Heat transfer-cooling Systems, Engine friction Lubricating Systems. Two stroke cycle
engines; Scavenging; Supercharging. Engine testing and performance.
ME-3205: Mechatronics

Introduction to mechatronics and mechatronics systems, sensors, transducers and actuators in mechatronic systems, analysis and control of digital and hybrid systems, closed loop digital controllers e.g. PLCs and mecricontrollers, Real time interfacing, data acquisition and I/O devices, AI and Fuzzy-logic Applications in Mechatronic systems.

HU-3201: History of Science and Technology

Bearing of Science and Technology, Contribution of ancient civilization of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and China to Science and Technology. India’s achievements in Metallurgy, Ceramics, Mathematics, Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture, Medicine and Surgery. Science and Technology of the Chinese, Greeks and Romans, Science and Technology of the Early and Later middle ages-A world view. Rise of modern science. A survey of major Scientific and Technological development from 15 th to 20 th century. British impact on the emergence of modern science in India.

HU-3202: Industrial and Organisation Psychology

Management Functions, History of Management, Management Theories Nature and structure of organization ,
Management Functions, History of Management, Management Theories
Nature and structure of organization , Organizational Culture,
Organizational climate, Organizational Development,
Psychology in organisation, needs, work motivation, job-satisfaction and morale, job
anxiety and organisational supervision and infra and inter-group relations, Job
performances, Man-Machine systems and accidents,
Leadership Styles and models
Personnel selection and psychological tests.
HU-3203: Intellectual Property Rights
HU-3204: Energy Management
Perspective on energy Resources, Utilisation and Demand projections, World and Indian
scene, Pattern of Energy Consumption, Energy Thresholds for subsistence and
Development.
Energy Audit, Energy Analysis, Computer Simulation Availability Studies.
Energy Efficiency Analysis, energy Inputs equipment processes.
Head recovery-Waste reduction, Electric load, Lighting and power, Energy confinement,
Energy storage Integrated energy system.
Energy economics life cycle, Costing Break-even Analysis, Benefit-cost analysis, pay
back period, Annual costs Assessment and planning. Training of Personnel Regulatory
actions,
Role of Government.
HU-3205: Industrial Sociology
Sociology of modern organisation.
The modern business corporation.
Its ownership control, strategy and structure and international comparisons.
Organisation of work: Coordination and control at the work place, the effect of
technological and socioeconomic factors on organisational structure and performance.
The role of the State and managerial class in industrialised society.
The rise of the Labour Movement, occupational control, Industrial relations institutions
and issues with particular reference to India.
The individual at work, motivation, satisfaction and performance, groups at work,
leadership.
The issue of industrial democracy.
The role of techno-structure in modern organisations.

HU-3206: Ethics, Philosophy and Values The nature of value crisis in the contemporary Indian society, The challenge of technology:environment issues, sustainable developmental, urban problems, the process of dehumanization. The nature of values and their categories: materials, social, aesthetic, ethical cultural, religious and spiritual values. Human values:- different perceptions. Behavioral scientist’s approach. Human values in terms