MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
FIRST SEMESTER (GROUPI)
Sl. No.
Course No.
CH
3
3
1
3
3
1
0
4
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
6
7
7
THEORY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
AMC11101
APC11101
MMC11101
EEC 11101
MMC 11103
GLD/CMD
11301
HSC 11301
8.
9.
APC11201
EEC 11201
Mathematics I
Physics
Engineering Graphics
Electrical Technology
Engineering Mechanics
Earth System Science (Sessional)
[AGL: 200] & [ESE: 100]
Value Education, Human Rights
& Legislatives Procedure(Sessional)
PRACTICAL & OTHERS
Physics
Electrical Technology
Total Credit Hours
0
0
19
0
0
7
3/2
3/2
3
1.5
1.5
48
CH
3
3
1
3
3
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
6
6
6
Course No.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
AMC11101
ACC11101
MMC11102
EIC 11101
CSC 11301
DMS/AP11301
HSC 11101
ACC11201
EIC 11201
CSC 11301
Mathematics I
Chemistry
Manufacturing process
Electronics Engineering
Computer Programming (S)
Disaster Management [DMS 200] &
Energy Resources[AP 100] (Sessional)
English for Science & Technology
PRACTICAL & OTHERS
Chemistry
Electronics Engineering
Computer Programming (S)
Total Credit Hours
3
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
5
0
3/2
3/2
2
5
6
1.5
1.5
2
48
Course No.
CH
3
3
1
3
3
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
6
6
6
THEORY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
AMC12101
ACC12101
MMC12102
EIC 12101
CSC 12301
DMS/AP12301
7.
HSC 12101
8.
9.
10.
11
ACC12201
EIC 12201
CSC 12301
DSW
Mathematics II
Chemistry
Manufacturing process
Electronics Engineering
Computer Programming (S)
Disaster Management [DMS 200] &
Energy
Resources[AP
100]
(Sessional)
English for Science & Technology
PRACTICAL & OTHERS
Chemistry
Electronics Engineering
Computer Programming (S)
Cocurricular Activities
Total Credit Hours
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
5
3/2
1.5
3/2
1.5
2
2
0
(3)
5 48+(3)
Course No.
CH
3
3
1
3
3
1
0
4
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
6
6
7
7
THEORY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
AMC12101
APC12101
MMC12101
EEC 12101
MMC 12103
GLD/CMD
11301
HSC 12301
8.
9.
11
APC12201
EEC 12201
DSW
Mathematics II
Physics
Engineering Graphics
Electrical Technology
Engineering Mechanics
Earth System Science (Sessional)
[AGL: 200] & [ESE: 100]
Value Education, Human Rights
& Legislatives Procedure(Sessional)
PRACTICAL & OTHERS
Physics
Electrical Technology
Cocurricular Activities
Total Credit Hours
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
7
3/2
3/2
0
3
1.5
1.5
(3)
48+(3)
THIRD SEMESTER
Sl. No.
Course No.
CH
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
7
7
6
7
16
46
THEORY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7
8
9.
10.
MMC13101
MMC13102
MMC13103
MMC13104
AMR13101
MMC 13201
MMC 13202
MMC 13203
MMC 13301
MMC 13801
Solid Mechanics
Engineering Thermodynamics
Kinematics of Machines
Material Science and Engineering
Methods of Applied Mathematics I
PRACTICAL & OTHERS
Solid Mechanics
Engineering Thermodynamics
Kinematics of Machines
Machine Drawing
Project and Seminar
Total Credit Hours
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
5
0
2/2
2/2
2/2
0
2
1
1
1
7
2
FOURTH SEMESTER
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Course No.
CH
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
7
9
7
7
THEORY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
MMC14101
MMC14102
MMC14103
EER 14101
AMR14101
MMC14201
MMC14202
MMC 14203
MMC 14801
MMC14501
SWC14701
Fluid Mechanics
Production TechnologyI
Mechanical Engineering Design
Applied Electrical Engineering
Numerical and Statistical Methods
PRACTICAL & OTHERS
Fluid Mechanics
AutoCAD and Solid modeling
Soft Computing LabI
Project and Seminar
Composite VivaVoce
Cocurricular activity
Total Credit Hours
0
0
2/2
1
0
0
2/2
1
0
0
3
3
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
(2)
0
0
0
(3)
15
7
44+(5)
7
Total Contact Hours=29
FIFTH SEMESTER
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Course No.
MMC15101
MMC15102
MMC15103
MMC15104
MSR15152
MMC 15201
MMC 15202
MMC 15203
MMC 15204
MMC 15801
MMC 15601
CH
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
7
7
9
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
2/2
2/2
2/2
2
4
0
1
1
1
2
4
(2)
45+(2)
SIXTH SEMESTER
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Course No.
CH
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
7
7
7
7
THEORY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10
11.
MMC16101
MMC16102
MMC16103
MMC16104
MMC16105
MMC 16201
MMC 16202
MMC 16203
MMC 16204
MMC 16801
MMC16501
Fluid Machines
CAD & Geometric Modeling
I C Engines
Fluid Power and Control
Advanced Solid Mechanics
Fluid Machines
CAD & Geometric Modeling
I C Engines
Fluid Power and Control
Project and Seminar
Composite VivaVoce
Vocational Training for 6 weeks (to be
credited in 7th semester)
Total Credit Hours
0
0
0
0
0
0

15
0
0
0
0
0
0

2/2
2/2
2/2
2/2
4
0

1
1
1
1
4
(2)

8
43+(2)
Total Contact Hours=28
SEVENTH SEMESTER
Sl. No.
Course No.
1.
2.
3.
4. & 5.
MMC17101
MMC17102
MSR 17153
7.
8.
9.
10.
MMC 17201
MMC 17202
MMC 17801
MMC 17001
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
vi)
vii)
viii)
ix)
MME17101
MME17102
MME17103
MME17104
MME17105
MME17107
MME17108
MME17109
MME17110
CH
THEORY
Measurement and Control
3
1
0
7
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
3
1
0
7
Operation Research
3
0
0
6
Elective (any two)
0
0)
12
2 (3
Advanced Fluid Mechanics
Finite Element Analysis
Machine Fault Diagnosis
Mechanical System Design
Mechanical Vibration
Rapid Prototyping
Tribology
Unconventional Manufacturing Processes
System Modeling and Simulation
PRACTICAL & OTHERS
Measurement and Control
0
0 2/2
1
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
0
0 2/2
1
Project and Seminar
0
0
6
6
Vocational Training *
0
0
0
(5)
Total Credit Hours
15
2
40+(5)
8
Total Contact Hours=25
EIGHTH SEMESTER
Sl. No.
Course No.
1.
2.
3.
4. & 5.
MMC18101
MMC18102
MMC18103
vi)
vii)
viii)
ix)
MME18107
MME18108
MME18109
MME18110
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
6.
7.
8.
9.
MME18101
MME18102
MME18103
MME18105
MME18106
MMC 18201
MMC 18202
MMC 18801
MMC 18501
CH
3
3
3
2 (3
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0)
7
7
7
12
0
0 2/2
1
0
0 2/2
1
0
0
6
6
0
0
0
(4)
15
3
8 41+(4)
Total Contact Hours=26
Course No.
MMR13101
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CH
7
L
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7
FOURTH SEMESTER
Sl. No.
1.
Course No.
MMR14101
THIRD SEMESTER
THEORY
MMC13101 Solid Mechanics (310)
Basic concepts of mechanics of materials: stress strain behavior of engineering materials.
Concept of stress and strain field, stressstrain transformation, Hooks law and compatibility
conditions
Mohrs circle representation for plane stress and plane strain, thermal stresses and strains,
volumetric stress and strain
Stresses in pressure vessels: thin, thick and compound cylinders.
Beam Analysis: stresses in beams, deflection in beams, statically indeterminate beam analysis.
Strain energy concept for structural members
Torsion of circular members and thin walled tubes
Combined stresses and strains in structural members
Springs: Helical and Leaf springs,
Failure theories; Buckling of columns.
References:
1. Strength of Materials: Part I, II, S. Timoshenko, CBS Publishers, 1985.
2. Engineering Mechanics of Solids, E. P. Popov, EEE/PHI, 1993.
3. Introduction to Solid Mechanics, I. H. Shames and J. M. Pittariesi, EEE/PHI, 2003.
4. Mechanics of Materials, F. P. Beer, E. R. Johnston, Jr. & J. T. DeWolf, TMH, 2004.
MMC13102 Engineering Thermodynamics (310)
Classification and selection of engineering materials; Bonds in solids, Electron theory of metals,
Crystal Geometry, Structure and Defects in crystals and methods of their determination, Electron
theory of Metals, Diffusion in Solids, Mechanical properties of materials and their assessment
methods, Alloy Systems, Phase diagrams of common Engineering alloy systems, TTT Curves, Heat
Treatment Processes, Strengthening Mechanisms of Materials, Basics of Thermal, Optical, Electrical
and Magnetic Properties of Materials, Concepts of Creep, Fatigue, Fracture and Corrosion,
Introduction to Semiconductors, Superconductivity, polymers, Ceramics, Composites, Shape
Memory Alloys, Metglasses, and Nanostructured Materials.
References:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Materials Science and Engineering, William D CallisterJr, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Physical Metallurgy Principles, T. E. ReedHill & R Abbaschian, Thomson.
Elements of Materials science & Engineering, L.H.VanVlack. Addison Wesley Pub. Company.
Mechanical Metallurgy, G.E. Dieter, McGrawHill, London.
Materials Science and Engineering, V.Raghvan, Prentice Hall of India
AMR13101 Methods of Applied Mathematics I (310)
Part I
Complex Variables: Limit, continuity and differentiability of function of complex variables.
Analytic functions. CauchyRiemann's equations, Cauchy's integral theorem, Morera's theorem,
Cauchy's integral formula, Taylor's and Laurent's series, singularities, Residue theorem, contour
integration.
Special Functions: Solution of Bessel equation, recurrence relations and generating function for
Jn (x) orthogonal property and integral representation of
Jn (x). Solution for Legendre
equation, Legendre polynomial, Rodrigues formula, orthogonality property and generating
function for Pn(x).
Part II
Laplace Transform: Laplace transform of simple functions, properties of Laplace transform, tmultiplication and tdivision theorems, Laplace Transform of derivatives, integrals and periodic
functions. Inverse Laplace transform and its properties, convolution theorem. Use of Laplace
transform in evaluating complicated and improper integrals and solution of ordinary differential
equations related to engineering problems.
Partial Differential Equations: Classification of partial differential equations, solutions of one
dimensional wave equation, one dimensional unsteady heat flow equation and two dimensional
steady heat flow equation by variable separable method with reference to Fourier trigonometric
series.
PRACTICAL
MMC 13201 Solid Mechanics (003/2)
1. Tensile Strength Testing of a given mild steel specimen on Universal Testing Machine
(UTM
2. Compressive strength testing of a given specimen on Universal Testing Machine (UTM)
3. Bending and Shear test of a Material on Universal Testing Machine (UTM)
4. Impact testing on impact testing machine: Charpy and Izod.
5. Hardness testing of given specimen using Rockwell and Vickers/Brinell testing
Machines
6. Fatigue testing on fatigue testing machine
7. Creep testing on creep testing machine
8. Torsional rigidity test of shaft
9. Stiffness test of closed coiled helical spring
10. Fatigue test of Mild steel specimen
11. Flow detection of a test piece by Magnetic crack detector
MMC 13202 Engineering Thermodynamics (003/2)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Revision on projection of points, lines and planes; projection of lines and planes to auxiliary planes;
projection and section of solids to various planes and true shapes of sectioned surface;
Interpenetration of solids; surface development of solids . Standard conventions for section of
machine components. Drawing of simple nuts and bolts, keys, cotters, pins. Assembly drawing of
Gib and cotter joint, Knuckle joint, universal joint and screw jack; simple machine and engine parts
like bearings, couplings, valves, eccentric, large and small end of connecting rod, piston head.
FOURTH SEMESTER
THEORY
MMC14101 Fluid Mechanics (310)
Fluid and their properties: Concept of fluid, difference between solids, liquids and gases;
ideal and real fluids; properties of fluid, Newtonian and nonNewtonian fluids.
Fluid Statics: Pressure and its measurement, Pascals law and its engineering applications,
Hydrostatic force on a plane and curved submerged surfaces, resultant force and center of
pressure, Buoyancy and flotation, stability of floating and submerged bodies, metacentric
height and its determination, pressure distribution in a liquid subjected to constant
horizontal/ vertical acceleration, rotation of liquid in a cylindrical container.
Fluid Kinematics: Classification of fluid flows, velocity and acceleration of fluid particle, local
and convective acceleration, normal and tangential acceleration, streamline, path line and
streak line, continuity equation; Rotational flows, rotation velocity and circulation, stream and
velocity potential functions, flow net.
Fluid Dynamics: Eulers equation, Bernoullis equation and steady flow energy equation;
applications of Bernoullis equation, impulse momentum equation, flow along a curved
streamline, free and forced vortex motions.
Boundary Layer Flow:NavierStokes equation, Boundary layer concept, displacement,
momentum and energy thickness, vonkarman momentum integral equation, laminar and
turbulent boundary layer flows, drag on a flat plate, boundary layer separation and control.
Viscous Flow: Relationship between shear stress and pressure gradient, flow through pipes,
flow between two parallel plates; Kinetic energy and momentum correction factor.
Dimensional Analysis and Similitude: Fundamental and derived units and dimensions,
dimensional homogeneity; Rayleighs and Buckinghams Pi method for dimensional analysis;
Dimensionless numbers and their significance; model studies.
Flow measurements:Pitot tube, Siphon, Venturimeter, Orificemeter, Mouthpiece, Weirs and
notches
Flow Through Pipes: Major and minor losses in pipes, hydraulic gradient and total energy
lines, series and parallel connection of pipes, branched pipes; equivalent pipe, power
transmission through pipes.
References:
1. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines S.K. Som and G. Biswas, TMH
2. Fluid Mechanics V L Streeter and E B Wylie, McGraw Hill
3. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines R. K. Bansal, Laxmi Publications
4. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines R K Rajput, S chand& Co. Ltd.
5. Mechanics of Fluids I H Shames, McGraw Hill
6. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering D.S. Kumar, S.K. Kataria and Sons
7. Gas Dynamics for engineers P Balachandran, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
Operation and characteristics of threephase Induction motors; Methods of starting & speed
control of three phase induction motor; WardLeoard method of speed control of DC motor;
Basic principles of Thyristor controlled variable speed DC and AC motors.
Principles of rate making of electricity and power factor improvement; Substation
arrangement; Circuit breakers; Protective relays:  Induction pattern over current relay,
thermal overload relay, earth fault relay, Lightning Arrester, Fuses:  types and selection.
Power cables:  Types & selection, Types of motor enclosure, FLP enclosures for hazardous
area equipment, Intrinsically safe circuit.
Industrial application & control of electrical motors:  Types of electric motors and their
application in Industry; Controller for the speed control of DC & AC motors.
Diesel Electrical oil rigs. I.E rules applied to mines & oil fields.
References:
1. A text book on power system engineering, Soni, Gupta, Bhatnagar, Chakrabarti.
2. Electrical Machines, Nagrath and Kothari.
3. Electrical Drives, G. K. Dubey.
AMR14101 Numerical and Statistical Methods (310)
Part I
Numerical Methods: Solution of algebraic and transcendental equation by bisection,
iteration, false position and
NewtonRaphson methods.
Solution of a system of linear simultaneous equations by Gauss elimination, GaussJordan,
Crouts triangularisation, Jacobi and GaussSeidel methods.
Finite difference, Symbolic relations, Interpolation and Extrapolation, NewtonGregory
forward and backward, Gauss forward and backward, Stirling, Bessel and Lagrange's
formulae, Inverse interpolation by Lagrange and iterative methods, Numerical
differentiation and integration: Trapezoidal, Simpsons 1/3rd, Simpsons 3/8th and Weddle
quadrature formulae.
Numerical solution of first order ordinary differential equations by Taylors series, Picards,
Eulers, Modified Eulers, RungeKutta and Milne's methods. Solution of simultaneous first
order and second order ordinary differential equations with initial conditions by RungeKutta and Milne's methods. Numerical solution of boundary value problems by finite
difference method.
Part II
Statistical Methods : Moments, skew ness and kurtosis.
Probability: Various approaches of probability, two theorems (without proof), conditional
probability, Bayes theorem.
Random variable: Definition, probability mass & density functions, distribution function,
mathematical expectation and moment generating function.
Probability distributions: Bernoulli, binomial, Poisson and normal distributions.
Theory of least squares and curve fitting.
Correlation and Regression: Simple, multiple & partial correlation coefficients, regression
lines, regression coefficients and their properties.
Test of significance: Normal test, ttest, chi square test and F test.
PRACTICAL
MMC14201 Fluid Mechanics (003/2)
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Construct complete and correct 3D model involving the following techniques:
a. Create geometric elements (lines, points, arcs, circles, etc)
b. Extrude solids from sketcher
c. Create surfaces and solids.
d. Generate fillets and chamfers from solid edges
2. File management, plotting, and modification of solid models.
3. Use of the tools provided for geometric transformation and measurement
4. Demonstrate the ability to create dimensioned 2D drawing from 3D space solids
5. Construction of simple machine components.
6. Techniques of assembling the different machine components and finding the sectional
views.
7. Conversion of 3D model to 2D drawings.
8. Preparation of bill of materials
Static force analysis, freebody diagram, static equilibrium, analysis of multiforce member, force
analysis with friction.
Dynamic force analysis, shaking effect, dynamic equilibrium, dynamic analysis of mechanisms.
Dynamics of reciprocating and rotary machines, turning moment diagram, fluctuation of energy.
Balancing of reciprocating and rotary machines, single and multicylinder engine balancing.
Cam dynamics, analysis of disc cam with reciprocating roller follower, analysis of elastic cam system.
Rigid body dynamics, Governors and Gyroscopes.
Introduction to Free and Forced Vibrations, critical speed of shaft, vibration measuring instruments.
References:
1. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, Joseph E. Shigley, John J. Wicker, McGraw hill & Co.
2. Kinematics and Dynamics of Planar Machinery, Burton Paul, Prentice Hall Inc.
3. Theory of Machines, W. G. Green, Blackie & Sons.
4. Shock and Vibration Handbook, C. M. Harries, McGraw hill & Co.
References:
1. Heat Transfer Holman, J.P
2. Introduction to Heat Transfer Incropera, F and Dewitt, D
3. Principles of Heat Transfer Kreith, F.
4. Heat Transfer A F Mills and V Ganesan, Pearson Education
5. Heat Transfer Chapman, A.J
6. Convective Heat Transfer Bejan, A
7. Heat Transfer A Practical Approach: Y A Cengel, Tata McGraw Hill
8. Heat and Mass Transfer: R. K. Rajput, S. Chand and Company Ltd.
9. Elements of Heat and Mass Transfer: Vijay Gupta, New Age Int. Publ.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Introduction: Machine design and design process, probabilistic approach to design, Introduction to
computer aided design.
Manufacturing consideration in machine design: Standardization, Interchangeability, Preferred
Fits using basic hole system, Dimensions, Tolerances and manufacturing methods, Surface roughness,
preferred numbers.
Seals and gaskets: Classification, Materials and uses of Static, Dynamic, Labyrinth, Oil and mechanical
face seals.
Bearings: Classification, application and selection steps for sliding contact and rolling elements
bearings, lubricants and lubrication of bearings.
Gears and Gear box: Design for strength and selection steps for Spur, Helical, Bevel and worm gears.
Design steps for fixed and variable speed gearboxes, Gear Box Lubrication.
I.C Engine components: Design of Cylinder, piston, connecting rod and crankshaft.
Flywheel: Design of flywheel and pulleys.
Wheels and Axles: Design of wheels and axles.
Winches: Design of hand operated and powered winches.
Drums: Design of light, medium and heavy duty drums.
Pumps: Design of pump impellers.
References:
1. Machine Design, V. L. Maleev and J. B. Hartman.
2. Mechanical Engineering Design, J. E. Shigley, Mischkee& R. Charles.
3. Design of Machine Elements, M. F. Spotts& T. E. Shamp.
4. Machine Design, Robert L. Norton.
5. Design Data Hand Book, PSG College of Technology.
6. Relevant Indian Standards.
PRACTICAL
MMC 15201 Dynamics of Machinery (003/2)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
MMC15204
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
SIXTH SEMESTER
THEORY
MMC16101 Fluid Machines (310)
Classification and field of application of fluid machines.
Reciprocating Pumps: Classification with constructional details; Theory; Indicator diagram; Effect of
acceleration of piston; Effect of friction in pipes; Air vessel and its effects; NPSH.
Rotary Positive Displacement Pumps: Types and constructional details.
Centrifugal Pumps: Types; Heads and efficiencies; Construction of impeller and casing; Multistage
pumps; Specific speed; Model testing; Characteristic curves; NPSH; Cavitations; Selection of
centrifugal pump.
Water Turbines: Classification, Theory, Construction, Operation, Head and efficiencies, Power
calculation and governing of Pelton, Kaplan and Francis turbines; Unit quantities and Specific speed;
Draft tube; Surge tank.
Reciprocating air compressors; Construction; Indicator diagram; Effect of clearance; Efficiencies;
Multistage air compressors.
Rotary compressors and Fans: Types, Construction, Operation and power calculation.
Selection steps and testing procedure of fluid machines.
References:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Transformations and projections, Parametric curves, Hermite Curves, Bezier curves, Bspline curves,
Rational and nonrational curves, parametric surfaces, Coons patch, Hermite surface, Bezier, surface,
BSpline surface, Intersection of curves and surfaces, Interpolation of curves and surfaces, Properties
of curves and surfaces, Introduction to OpenGL, Introduction to solid modeling, Different techniques
to represent solid, Validity of solids, Data structure, Object Oriented Programming, Design of machine
elements such as springs, shafts, bearing and gears, Design optimization.
References:
1. Procedural Elements for Computer Graphics, D. F. Roger, McGraw Hill International Editions.
2. Mathematical Elements of Computer Graphics, D. F. Roger and J. A. Adam, McGraw Hill
Publication.
3. Geometric Modeling, M. E. Mortenson, Industrial Press In., New York.
4. Curves and Surfaces for Computer Aided Geometric Design, G. Farin, Academic Press, New
York.
5. An Introduction to Solid Modeling, M. Mantyla, Computer Sciences Press.
6. Mechanical Engineering Design (5th Ed.) by Shigley&Mischke
7. Optimization: Theory and Applications, S SRao
References:
1. The Internal Combustion Engines: C.F. Taylor & E.S. Taylor, Int. Textbook Co.
2. Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals: J.B. Heywood, McGrawhill Book Co.
3. Fundamentals of Internal Combustion Engines: H.N. Gupta, PHI
4. Internal Combustion Engines: Shyam K. Agarwal, New Age International
5. A Text Book of Internal Combustion Engines: R K. Rajput, Laxmi Publ.
6. Internal Combustion Engines V. Ganesan, Pub.Tata McGrawHill.
7. A Course in Internal Combustion Engines  M.L.Mathur&R.P.Sharma, DhanpatRai
8. A Course in Internal Combustion Engines: Damkundwar by DhanpathRai& Sons
MMC16104 Fluid Power and Control (310)
Fluid properties and qualities; Hydraulic and Pneumatic symbols and Circuits.
Fluid Power fundamentals, Flow through conduits, orifices, minor losses, temperature rise and
Pressure transients.
Theory, construction, operation and characteristics of Positive displacement Pumps and Motors; Flow
and Torque losses and machine efficiencies.
Construction, operation and characteristics of pressure, flow and direction control valves.
Construction, operation and selection of Accumulators, Intensifiers, Hydraulic Cylinders.
Construction and design of hydraulic circuits for specific applications.
Electrohydraulic ServoValve and its dynamics.
Theory, Construction and operation of Pneumatic actuators, valves and other accessories.
Basics of System Dynamics and Control; Application to a servovalve motor open loop and closed loop
drive systems; Servovalve with linear actuators.
Introduction to the use of PLC (programmable logic control) for sequence control of hydraulic and
pneumatic systems.
Reference Books:
1. Oil Hydraulic System, S. R. Majumder, TataMcGraw Hill Publication
2. Pneumatic Systems, S. R. majumder, TataMcGraw Hill Publication
3. Hydraulic Control Systems, Herbert E. Merritt, John Wiley & Sons
4. Hydraulic Control Systems, Noah D. Manring, John Wiley & Sons
5. Power Hydraulics, Pinches, Prentics hall Publication
6. Fluid power Circuits & Controls, Jhon S. Cundiff, CRC Press
7. Fundamentals of Fluid Power Controls, John Watton, Cambrdge University Press
8. Fluid power Circuits & Controls, Jhon S. Cundiff, CRC Press
9. Fundamentals of Fluid Power Controls, John Watton, Cambrdge University Press
MMC16105 Advance Solid Mechanics (310)
Continuum concept of stress and strain fields. Generalized Hooks law, equilibrium equation and
compatibility conditions. 3D Mohrs circle representations for stress and strain.
Airys stress function approach, plane stress and plane strain problems.
Torsion of noncircular members, membrane analysis.
Concept and application of energy methods.
Unsymmetrical bending of beams, Shear center, shear flow in thin members.
Plastic analysis of beams.
Beams on elastic foundation.
Introduction to theory of plates and shells, theory of elasticity.
Introduction to Nondestructive testing methods and experimental stress analysis.
References:
1. Advanced Mechanics of Solids, L. S. Srinath, 2nd Ed. TMH, 2003.
2. Advance Mechanics of Materials, A. P. Boresi& R. J. Schmidt, 6th Ed., John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2003.
3. Elasticity in Engineering Mechanics, A. P. Boresi& K. P. Chong, Elsevier, 1987.
4. Theory of Elasticity, S. P. Timoshenko & J. N. Goodier, 2nd Ed. McGrawHill, 1951.
5. Experimental Stress Analysis, J. W. Dally & W. F. Relly, 2nd Ed., McGrawHill, Kogakusha Ltd., 1978.
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1. Modeling of different types of Curves (Parametric curves, Hermite Curves, Bezier Curves and
nonuniform rational BSplines using OpenGL
2. Modeling of different type of surfaces using OpenGL.
3. Computer aided design for machine elements
4. Preparation of Graphic User Interface for geometric entities.
Reference:
OpenGL Superbible, Addison Wesley, Richard S. Writ. Jr., N Haemel, G Sellers, B.
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Computer controlled hydraulic excavators
Performance investigation of the valve controlled and pumps controlled hydraulic systems
Energy saving hydraulic system using hydraulic accumulator
Study of hydraulic circuits used in hydraulic excavator.
SEVENTH SEMESTER
THEORY
MMC17101 Measurement and Control (310)
Introduction to measurement: Definition, purpose, structure and performance of measurement
systems, units of measurement. Measuring instruments and gauges, type of measuring instruments,
units of measurement. Static and dynamic performance characteristics of measurement devices.
Principle of calibration, errors in measuring instruments, sources of errors, types of errors and
quantification of different types errors in measurement. Introduction to sensor, transducer and
actuator. Sensing elements: working principles of resistive, capacitive, inductive, thermoelectric,
piezoelectric, piezoresistive, hall effect sensors, optical sensors and encoders, charge coupled devices.
Principle of measurement of pressure, strain, force, temperature. Concept of surface roughness and
its measurement. Display devices , Introduction to virtual instrumentation.
References:
1. Measurement and Instrumentation in Engineering: Principles and Basic Laboratory Experiments,
Francis L. S. Tse, Ivan E. Morse, Marcel Dekker Inc, New York
2. Mechanical Measurement, Beckwith Thomas G, Narosa Publishing House
3. Measurement systems, Application design, E.O. Doeblein, McGraw Hill
4. Mechanical Measurement, Sirohi, New Age publication.
5. Instrumentation, Measurement and Analysis (2/e), Nakra&Chowdhury
MMC17102 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (310)
refrigerants, Important refrigerants, Ozone Depletion Potentiality (ODP) and Global Warming
Potentiality (GWP) of refrigerants, Future refrigerants.
Refrigeration Equipment: Basics of compressors, condensers, evaporators and expansion devices.
Psychometry: Psychometric properties, relations and chart, Psychometric processes, Summer and
winter airconditioning systems, requirement of comfort air conditioning, comfort chart.
Design of AirConditioning Systems: Cooling load and heating load calculations, Different heat
sources, Various airconditioning systems, their advantages and drawbacks.
AirConditioning Equipment: Aircleaning and air filters, Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers, air washers,
Fans and blowers, Grills and registers.
References:
1. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning C. P Arora, Tata McGraw Hill
2. Basic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning P N Ananthanarayanan, Tata McGraw Hill,
3. Refrigeration & Air conditioning Manohar Prasad, New Age International Publishers.
4. A Textbook of Refrigeration & Air Conditioning R. K. Rajput, S. K. Kataria& Sons
5. Air Conditioning Principles and Systems Edward G. Pita, Pearson Education
6. A course in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Arora&Domkundwar, DhanpatRai& Sons.
MSR17153 Operation Research (300)
Kinematics of fluids: Continuum mechanics, Lagrangian and Eulerian Systems, Velocity and
acceleration, Equation of continuity.
Potential Flow: Streamfunction and velocity field, Streamlines and lines of constant potential,
Uniform flow, 2D sources and sinks, Doublet, Flow over a cylinder without circulation, Lift and Drag.
Fluid Dynamics: Boundary Layer Theory, Development of NavierStokes Equations in different
coordinate systems, Prandtl Boundary Layer Equation, Exact and approximate solutions of Boundary
Layer Equations, Exact solutions of Full NS equations, Flow over a curved boundaries, Boundary
Layer Separation and Control.
Theory of Turbulence: Basic concept and Different turbulence modeling.
Fluid Flow about Immersed Body: Aerodynamic lift and drag, Friction and Pressure drag,
Streamline and bluff body, Angle of attack and Stalling.
Compressible Flow: Basic concept, Thermodynamic relations of Perfect gases, Stagnation
properties, Isentropic flow with variable area duct, Normal shock, Mach cone, Flow through constant
area duct, Fanno and Rayleigh lines, Normal shock relations.
Numerical and Computational Flow and Heat Transfer: Basic concept of CFD, CFD as a tool for
solving flow and Heat Transfer Problem. Finite Difference Method (FDM), Finite Volume Method
(FVM) and Finite Element Method.
References:
1. Boundary Layer Theory: Schlichting, H.
2. Foundation of Fluid Mechanics: Yuan. S.W.
3. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics: Fox, McDonald
4. Advanced Fluid Dynamics: Muralidhar and Biswas
5. Turbulent Flow: Biswas and Eswaran
6. Computational Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer, K. Muralidhar and Sundararajan
MME17102 Finite Element Analysis (300)
References:
1. Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering, T. R. Chandrupatla& A. D. Belegundu, 2nd Ed., PHI,
2001.
2. An Introduction to the Finite Element Method, Reddy, J. N., 2005.
3. The Finite Element Method, O. C. Zienkiewicz, 3rd Ed., McGrawHill, 1997.
4. The Finite Element Method in Engineering, S. S. Rao, 2nd Ed., Elmsford, Pergamon, 1989.
5. Introduction to the Finite Element Method: A Numerical Method for Engineering Analysis, Desai,
C. S. and Abel, J. F., 1972
MME17103 Machine Fault Diagnosis (300)
Introduction to machine fault diagnosis, condition monitoring; Machine component and system
malfunction; parameters and techniques for vibration, noise and lubricant analysis; Data processing
and signal analysis. Instrumentation for recording and analysis; system monitoring and use of
models; case studies with specific machine faults; Future developments.
References:
1. Fault Diagnosis: Models, Artificial Intelligence, Applications, JzefKorbicz , 2004
2. Robust modelbased fault diagnosis for dynamic systems, J. Chen and R. J. Patton, Kluwer
Academic Publishers, Boston, 1999.
3. strm, K., et.al. (Eds), Control of complex systems, SpringerVerlag, London Limited, 2001.
4. Blanke M., et.al. (eds.), Diagnosis and FaultTolerant Control, SpringerVerlag, 2003.
5. Gertler, J., Fault Detection and Diagnosis in Engineering Systems, New York: Marcel Dekker, 1998.
6. Machinery Analysis and monitoring, John S. Mitchell.
MME17104 Mechanical System Design (300)
Concept of system, system trees and their components, system properties, system feasibility and
capability.
System models simulation, design process, design feasibility, design audit and review. System
reliability, Quality assurance and maintainability, Optimization in machinery system design, Linear
programming, Human factor in systems design, System tolerance and allowance. Design of
References:
1. Mechanical Engineering Design, J. E. Shigley, Mischkee& R. Charles.
2. Hand Book of properties of Engineering materials and design data for machine elements, Abdulla
Shariff, DhanpatRai& Co., 2008.
3. Mechanical System Design, K. U. Siddiqi, 2007
4. Integrated product and process design and development, E. B. Magrab, CRC press, 1997.
5. Engineering Design, George E. Dieter, McGraw Hill, 2001.
MME17105 Mechanical Vibration (300)
Free and Forced vibration of single degree of freedom system with and without damping concept of
phase plane. Response of single degree of freedom system to impulse, periodic and nonperiodic
excitation. Multi degree of freedom free, forced, undamped and damped vibration; Multi degree of
freedom systems exact analysis and numerical methods; Vibration in continuous systems; Vibration
isolation, absorption and measurements in industrial machines
References:
1. Vibration fundamentals and practices; Clarence W. de Silva; CRC Press.
2. Vibrations and noise for engineers; KewalPujara; DhanpatRai& Sons.
3. Theory of vibrations with applications; William T Thomson; CBC Publishers & Distributors.
4. Vibrations, waves and acoustics; D Chattopadhyay, P C Rakshit; Books & Allied (P) Ltd.
5. Elements of vibration analysis; Leonard Meirovitch; McGrawHill International Editions.
6. Textbook of mechanical vibrations; Rao V Dukkipati, J Srinivas; PHI Pvt. Ltd.
MME17107 Rapid Prototyping (300)
8. Rapid Prototyping: Theory and Practice. Ali Kamrani, EmadAbouel Nasr (Editors); Springer;
1st ed., Jan., 2006; ISBN:10: 0387232907; 13: 9780387232904.
9. Rapid Manufacturing: The Technologies and Applications of Rapid Prototyping and Rapid
Tooling, D.T. Pham, S.S. Dimov
MME17108 Tribology (300)
Theory of machining by Abrasive Jet, Water Jet, Ultrasonics, Electrochemical Machining and grinding,
polishing, sharpening, honing and turning. Electrochemical Discharge machining and Grinding;
Electrostream and Shaped Tube Electrolytic Machining.
Chemical Machining, Thermal energy methods of material processing (machining/welding/heat
treatment) by Electrodischarge, Laser and Electron beam, Plasma arc and Ion beam. Physical Vapour
and Chemical Vapour Deposition and Plasma Spraying. High Energy Rate Forming and
Electroforming.
References:
1. Materials and Processes in Manufacturing, Degarmo, J. T. Black, Prentice Hall Of India Pvt Ltd.
2. Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials, Kalpakjian and Schmid, Prentice Hall.
3. Manufacturing Science : Ghosh and Mallick, EastWest Press Private Limited
4. Fundamentals of modern manufacturing processes, M. P. Groover.
5. Unconventional Machining, P K Mishra
6. Unconventional Machining, V K Jain
7. Unconventional Machining, Pandey and Shah
MME17110 System Modeling and Simulation (300)
PRACTICAL
MMC17201 Measurement and Control (003/2)
1. Calibration of strain gauges for the measurement of deflection of a simple beam.
2. Surface roughness measurement using contact/noncontact profilometer.
3. Temperature measurement during welding process using thermocouple.
4. Development of software program for controlling a stepper motor.
5. Experiments on optical sensors.
6. Experiment on Coordinate Measuring Machine.
7. Experiment on Hall effect sensors.
MMC17202 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (003/2)
THEORY
MMC18101 Computer Aided Manufacturing (310)
Introduction to Automation and mechanization, Numerical Control of machine tools, different types
of controls, point to point, continuous path, digital and analog control, absolute and relative, NC
system devices, Direct numerical control (DNC) and computer numerical control (CNC), adaptive
control of manufacturing processes, Computerprocess interface, CNC programming, introduction to
FMS, CIM, Robotics, AGV, CMM, Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing process.
Reference:
1. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice, Ibrahim Zeid, Tata McGraw Hill Publication
2. CAD/CAM Principle and Application, P. N. Rao, Tata McGrawHill Publication.
3. users guides to Rapid Prototyping, Todd Frimm, Society of Manufacturing Engineers
4. Computer control of Manufacturing system, Yoramkoren, McGraw Hill Publication.
5. Machining and Metal Working Handbook, Ronal A Walsh and Denis Cormier McGraw Hill
Publication.
6. Machining and CNC Technology, M. Fitzpatrick, McGrawHill Publication.
7. Journey from Rapid Prototyping to Rapid Manufacturing, S Chattopadhyaya, Lambert
Publication.
MMC18102 Energy Conversion Equipment (310)
Fuels and Combustion: Classification of fuels solid, liquid & gaseous fuels, Combustion equations,
Stoichiometric airfuel ratio, Excess air, Exhaust gas analysis, Orsat apparatus. Enthalpy and internal
energy of combustion, Enthalpy of formation, Adiabatic flame temperature, Calorific values of fuel.
Vapour Power Cycles: Simple Rankine cycle, effect of operating conditions on thermal efficiency of
Rankine cycle, Rankine cycle with superheat, reheat and regeneration, Binary vapour cycle.
Flow Through Nozzles: Velocity and heat drop, mass discharge through a nozzle, critical pressure
ratio and its significance, effect of friction and nozzle efficiency, supersaturated flow, design
pressure ratio.
Steam Turbines: Classification, Impulse Turbine Flow through blades, velocity diagram, power
output and efficiency, maximum blade efficiency of single stage impulse turbine, blade friction,
compounding of impulse turbine. Reaction TurbineFlow through impulse reaction blades, degree
of reaction, velocity diagram, power output, efficiency and blade height, comparison of impulse and
impulse reaction turbines. Losses in steam turbines, stage efficiency, overall efficiency and reheat
factor. Governing of steam turbines.
Steam Condensers: Elements of a condensing plant, types of condensers, comparison of jet and
surface condensers. Condenser vacuum, sources of air leakage & its disadvantages, vacuum
efficiency and condenser efficiency,
Gas Turbines: Brayton cycle; Components of a gas turbine plant; open and closed types of gas
turbine plants; Optimum pressure ratio; Improvements of the basic gas turbine cycle; multi stage
compression with intercooling; multi stage expansion with reheating between stages; exhaust gas
heat exchanger, Applications of gas turbines; requirements of a gas turbine combustion chamber;
selection of blade materials; gas turbine fuels.
Jet Propulsion: Theory of Jet Propulsion, types of jet propulsion, thrust, thrust power and
propulsive efficiency; Rocket propulsion, types of rocket motors  solid propellant and liquid
propellant systems; cooling of rockets
References:
1. Power Plant Engineering  P. K. Nag
2. Steam turbine theory and practices Kearton, W. J
3. Gas turbine principles and practices Cox, H. R
4. Gas turbine theory Cohen, H
5. Gas turbine  V. Ganesan
6. Thermodynamics and Heat Engines vol. II R Yadav, Central Publishing House
MMC18103 Automobile Engineering (310)
Introduction: Basic structure, general layout and type of automotive vehicles, Frameless and
unitary construction; position of power unit.
Power Unit: Power requirements  motion resistance and power loss, tractive effort and vehicle
performance curves; selection of power unit and engine performance characteristics; pollution due
to vehicle emission and exhaust emission control system.
Chassis and Suspension: Loads on the frame, considerations of strength and stiffness, different
types of chassis and their construction; engine mounting on the chassis, Need of Suspension System,
Types of Suspension; factors influencing ride comfort, conventional and independent suspension
systems; shock absorbs and stabilizers; wheels and tyres.
Transmission system: Basic requirements and standard transmission systems; constructional
features of automobile clutch, gear box, differential, front and rear axles; overdrives, propeller shaft,
universal joint and torque tube drive; Rear wheel vs front wheel drive, principle of automatic
transmission.
Steering System: Requirement and steering geometry; castor action, camber and king pin angle,
toein of front wheels, steering linkages and steering gears; wheel alignment; power steering.
Braking System: General braking requirements; Mechanical, hydraulic, vacuum power and servo
brakes; Weight transfer during braking and stopping distances.
Electric System: Conventional (coil and magneto) and transistorized ignition systems; Charging,
capacity ratings and battery testing; starter motor and drive arrangements : voltage and current
regulation; lighting and accessory systems.
Safety and comfort systems
Maintenance: Preventive maintenance, trouble shooting and rectification in different systems;
engine tuning and servicing
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Automation: basic concepts, automatic handling of parts using relays, positioned limit switches,
Line transfer, Rotary transfer of Geneva mechanism, Electrohydraulic or pneumatic systems.
Robot definition, robot anatomy; robot classifications and specifications.
Robot kinematics: forward and reverse transformation, homogeneous transformations.
Robot actuators and control: Pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical drives and controls
Robot endeffectors: mechanical, magnetic and vacuum grippers, gripping forces and design
features of grippers.
Robot sensors: different types of contact and noncontact sensors; Robot vision and their
interfaces;
Robot languages and programming techniques
Applications of Robots: Robots in materials handling, machine loading/unloading, inspection,
welding, spraypainting and finish coating, and assembly, etc.
References:
1. Industrial Robotic Technology  Programming and Application by M.P. Grooveret. al., McGrawHill
2. Robotics for Engineers by Y. Koren, McGrawHill.
3. Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation by S.R. Deb, TMH.
4. Robotics: Control, Sensing, Vision and Intelligence, K. S. Fu, R. C. Gonzalez, C. S. G. Lee, McGrawHill International Editions, 1987.
5. Introduction to Robotics, J. J. Kraig.
6. Robotic Engineering, Klaftar et al.
MME18103 Composite Materials(300)
References:
1. Mechanics of composite materials, R. M. Jones, 2ndEdn. Ttaylor& Francis, 1999.
2. Engineering mechanics of composite materials, I. M. Daniel & O. Ishai, 2ndEdn., Oxford University
Press, 2006.
3. Principles of composite material mechanics, R. F. Gibson, 2ndEdn. CRC Press, 2007
MME18105 Plant layout and Mechanical Handling (300)
Mechanical handling equipment for handling unit load and bulk materials classification,
application and selection.
Material handling systems parameters affecting design and operation.
Design and construction of various components of mechanical handling devices like wire ropes,
chains, drums, sheaves, sprockets, hooks, shackles, grabs, ladles, arresting gears, brakes, gears and
power transmission, couplings, motive power units diesel and electric.
Winches, pulley blocks, capstan, lifting electromagnets, grab buckets and conveyors.
Mobile jib cranes different types, EOT cranes, pillar cranes, lower cranes, gantry cranes, radial
cranes.
Hoist, travel and slew mechanisms of mechanical handling equipment. Stability of mobile cranes.
Programmable and flexible load handling devices, automation in the handling of materials.
References:
1. Material Handling equipment, N. Rudenko, Peace Publishers.
2. Conveyors and Related Equipment, Spivakowsky and V. Dyachkov, Peace Publishers.
3. Material Handling, R. John Immer, McGraw Hill & Co.
4. Material Handling equipment, D. O. Haynes, Chilton & Co.
5. Handbook of Material Handling, H. Bolz.
6. Introduction to Materials Handling, Sidhartha Ray, New Age International Publishers
MME18106 Micro ElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) (300)
Introduction to MEMS & materials, fabrication processes, MEMS sensors and actuators, scaling
issues in MEMS, electro mechanics, modelling and design techniques, packaging and reliability,
measurement techniques for MEMS.
References:
1. MEMS: introduction and fundamentals by Mohamed GadelHak
2. MEMS mechanical sensors by Stephen Beeby
3. Microsensors, MEMS, and smart devices by Julian W. Gardner, V. K. Varadan, Osama Wadelkarim
4. MEMS and microsystems: design, manufacture, and nanoscale engineering TaiRan Hsu
5. MEMS by N P Mahalik
Steam Power Plants: Classification of boilers, essentials of a good boiler, high pressure boilers,
difference between subcritical and super critical boiler, boiler mountings, boiler efficiency,
methods of water treatment, steam nozzles and steam turbines, condensers, cooling pond and
cooling towers and governing systems; Ash handling systems, Dust collection and controlling
methods, Soot blowers; Fuels and fuel handling, Combustion of fuels.
Gas Turbine Power Plant: Selection of plant, Components, Layout and site selection of plant, Gas
turbine fuels, gas turbine cycles, comparison with other power plants, Advantages and
disadvantages.
Diesel Engine Power Plants: Auxiliary equipment, supercharging and turbo charging, limitations
of supercharging, waste heat recovery, comparison with other plants, Selection and location of
nuclear power plant.
Nuclear Power Plants: Selection and location of nuclear power plant, Fusion and Fission principle,
classifications of reactors, nuclear materials and waste disposal, Effect of nuclear radiation and
safety aspects.
Hydraulic Power Plants: Location of plant, Classification, Essential elements and layout of the
plant, Selection of turbine.
Solar Energy Power Plants: Types of solar collectors, performance analysis of solar collectors.
Combined Cycle Power Generation: Binary Vapour cycles, Coupled cycles, Combined cycles, Gas
turbine steam, MHD steam and thermionic steam power plants.
Economics of Power Plants: Fixed cost, operating or running costs, economic factor, load curves,
cost of generating station, energy rates.
References:
1. Power Plant Engineering Nag, P.K.
2. Power Plant Engineering Dr. P.C.Sharma
3. Steam & Gas Turbines and Power Plant Engineering Yadav, R.
4. Steam Turbine Theory and Practices Kearton, W.J.
5. Steam and Gas Turbines, Stodola, A.
Preplanning: Forecasting, Factory Location & Layout, Preplanning production, capacity planning.
Production Planning: Material Resource Planning, Selection of material methods, machines &
manpower. Routing, Scheduling and Dispatching, Computer Aided Process Planning.
Production and Inventory Control: Progress control through records and charts. Types of
inventories, Economic lot (batch) size, Economic order size, ABC analysis.
Introduction to manufacturing resource planning (MRPII), Enterprise resource planning (ERP),
References:
1. Elements of Production Planning & Control Eilon
2. Operations Management Buffa.
3. Facilities Planning &LayoutTopmpkins& White
4. Industrial EngineeringRavi Shankar
MME18110 Mechatronics (300)
1. Writing a part program for profile cutting operation on CNC milling machine.
2. Writing a part program for different turning on CNC lathe.
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Thermal stresses and strains, Stresses in oblique planes  Principal stresses and principal planes.
Theory of simple bending; Deflection of beamsintegration method and moment area method.
Analysis of stresses in pressure vessels thin and thick cylinders. Torsion of solid and hollow
circular Shafts.
Introduction to theory of Machines; Basic concepts: degrees of freedom, kinematic constrains,
linkages, mechanisms. Different types of gears, gear trains, reduction ratio and torque
assessment, application of gearboxes. Basic principles and constructions of governors, flywheels,
brakes, clutches and dynamometers.
Case study based on laboratory setups on the above broad areas.
References:
1. Mechanics of Materials Beer, Johnston etal
2. Strength of Materials S.S.Rattan
3. Strength of Materials V.S.Prasad
4. Theory of Machines Sadhu Singh
5. Theory of Machines S.S.Rattan
6. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms Uicker, Pennock and Sigley
FOURTH SEMESTER
MMR14101 Mechanical Engineering II (310)
Introduction to thermodynamics; Analysis of various thermodynamic processes, PV and TS
diagrams. Analysis of air standard cycles Otto, Diesel and Dual cycles. Classifications,
applications and performance estimation of internal combustion engines; Fundamentals of
simple open cycle and closed cycle gas turbines and reciprocating air compressors single and
multistage.
Performance study and power estimation on laboratory experimental data.
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics; Properties of fluid, classifications, ideal fluid, Newtonian fluid
and nonNewtonian fluids, Newtons law of viscosity. Fluid pressure and its measurement
Piezometers, Manometers, Mechanical gauges. Continuity equation, types of flow. One
dimensional equation of motion, Bernoullis equation, applications of Bernoullis equation,
venturimeter. Flow through pipes Darcy Weisbachs equation.
Classification, basic construction and applications of different types of pumps and water turbines.
Performance study and power estimation based on laboratory experimental data.
References:
1. Fluid Mech. and Fluid Power Engg D.S.Kumar
2. Fluid Mech. and Hyd. Machines R.K.Bansal
3. Hydraulics, Fluid Mech. and Fluid Machines S Ramamurtham
4. Engg. Thermodynamics P.K.Nag
5. Thermodynamics Cengel and Boles
6. Thermal Engg.  Rathore