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COURSE INFORMATION

1. Academic Year : 2019-2020


2. Name of faculty : Mr.T.VENUGOPAL/Mr.G.THILAK
3. Department : Mechatronics Engineering
4. Programme : B.E., Mechatronics Engineering
5. Class and semester : III year and V Semester
6. Course code and title : 16MT5304 Automobile Systems
7. Regulations : R2016
8. Core / Elective : Core
9. Contact hours : 45
10. Type of course : Theoretical
11. Number of credits :3

12. Course pre-requisites:


(i) 16EE2202 – Basics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
(ii) 16MT3201 – Theory of Machines
(iii) 16MT4204 – Machine Design

13. Course learning objectives:


1. To impart knowledge about the various automobile components and subsystems
2. To define various transmission systems of automobiles and to have the practice for assembling and
dismantling of engine parts
3. To describe the mechanisms involved in the steering systems and braking systems
4. To classify different suspension systems used in automobile
5. To learn about Electrical system and accessories used in automobiles

14. Expected outcome of the course:


Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

CO1 Understand the various components in automobiles and also compare petrol and diesel
engine
CO2 Remember the working of manual and automatic transmission
CO3 Understanding the working of steering mechanism and braking system in a vehicle.
CO4 Understand various types of vehicle suspension systems and its trouble shooting methods.
CO5 Understand how to integrate various electrical systems and accessories with vehicle
battery

15. Course Syllabus:


UNIT-I ENGINE COMPONENTS 9
Principles of IC Engines - Engine Terminology - Types of Engines: Petrol & Diesel -
Two Stroke and Four Stroke - Engine Components: Cylinder Block - Cylinder Head -
CO1
Sump - Manifolds - Gaskets - Cylinder - Piston - Rings - Connecting Rod - Piston Pins -
Crank Shaft - Bearings - Valves - Mufflers. Engine Cooling and Lubrication systems.
UNIT-II TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 9
Clutch - Construction of Electromagnetic - Mechanical - Hydraulic - Vacuum. Gear
Boxes: Manual and Automatic - Over Drives - Transfer Box - Fluid Flywheel - Torque
CO2
Converter - Propeller Shaft - Slip Joint - Universal Joints - Differential and Rear Axle -
Case Study on Lightweight Chassis.
UNIT- III STEERING AND BRAKES 9
Steering: Wheels and Tyres - Wheel Alignment Parameters - Steering Geometry - Power
CO3 Steering - Electronic Steering. Braking Systems: Hydraulic Brakes - Diagonal Braking
System.
UNIT-IV SUSPENSION SYSTEMS 9
Basic Requirements - Functions - Types of Suspension Springs - Plastic, Air and
CO4 Independent Suspension System - Shock Absorbers - Air suspension - Hydrolastic
suspension - Trouble Shooting.
UNIT-V ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AND ACCESSORIES 9
Types of Batteries - Construction, Operation and Maintenance - Lighting - Wiring
CO5 Circuit - Head Lights - Switches - Indicating Lights - Trouble Shooting - Direction
Indicators - Windscreen Wiper - Horn - Speedometer - Heaters - Air conditioner.

TOTAL HOURS = 45

16. Text book :


T1 - Kirpal Singh, “Automobile Engineering Vol. 1 and 2”, 7th Edition, Standard Publishers, New
Delhi, 2011.
T2 - H. M. Sethi, “Automobile Technology”, 1st Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company
Limited, New Delhi, 2007.

Reference book:
R1- Jain K.K. and Asthana .R.B, “Automobile Engineering”, 2nd Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing
Company Limited, New Delhi, 2002.
R2- Newton, Steeds and Garet, “Motor Vehicles”, 11th Edition, Butterworth Publishers, 1989.
R3- Joseph Heitner, “Automotive Mechanics,” 2nd Edition, East-West Press, 1999.

17. Course plan:

No of Cum Text / Ref


S.No Name Of The Topic
Hours Hours Books
UNIT-I ENGINE COMPONENTS
Principles of IC Engines - Engine T1
1 1 1
Terminology vol 2
2 Types of Engines: Petrol & Diesel 1 2 T1 vol 2

3 Two Stroke and Four Stroke 1 3 T1 vol 2

Engine Components: Cylinder Block - T1 vol 2


4 1 4
Cylinder Head
5 Sump, Manifolds & Gaskets 1 5 T1 vol 2

Piston, Rings, Connecting Rod & Piston T1 vol 2


6 1 6
Pins
Crank Shaft, Bearings, Valves & T1 vol 2
7 1 7
Mufflers
8 Engine Cooling System 1 8 T1 vol 2
9 Engine Lubrication system 1 9 T1 vol 2
UNIT-II TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
Clutch - Construction of Electromagnetic
10 1 10 T1 vol 1
& Mechanical
11 Hydraulic & Vacuum clutches 1 11 T1 vol 1
12 Gear Boxes: Manual and Automatic 1 12 T1 vol 1
13 Over Drives - Transfer Box 1 13 T1 vol 1
14 Fluid Flywheel - Torque Converter 1 14 T1 vol 1
15 Propeller Shaft 1 15 T1 vol 1
16 Slip Joint & Universal Joints 1 16 T1 vol 1
17 Differential and Rear Axle 1 17 T1 vol 1

18 Case Study on Lightweight Chassis 1 18 T1 vol 1

UNIT- III STEERING AND BRAKES


19 Steering: Wheels and Tyres 1 19 T1 vol 1
20 Wheel Alignment Parameters 1 20 T1 vol 1
21 Steering Geometry 1 21 T1 vol 1
22 Power Steering 1 22 T1 vol 1
23 Electronic Steering 1 23 T1 vol 1
24 Braking Systems 1 24 T1 vol 1
25 Types of Braking systems 1 25 T1 vol 1
26 Hydraulic Brakes 1 26 T1 vol 1
27 Diagonal Braking System 1 27 T1 vol 1
UNIT-IV SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
28 Basic Requirements 1 28 T1 vol 1
29 Functions of suspension systems 1 29 T1 vol 1
30 Types of Suspension Springs 1 30 T1 vol 1
31 Plastic suspension 1 31 T1 vol 1
32 Independent Suspension System 1 32 T1 vol 1
33 Shock Absorbers 1 33 T1 vol 1
34 Air suspension 1 34 T1 vol 1
35 Hydrolastic suspension 1 35 T1 vol 1
36 Trouble Shooting 1 36 T1 vol 1
UNIT-V ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AND ACCESSORIES
37 Types of Batteries 1 37 T1 vol 1
38 Construction of Batteries 1 38 T1 vol 1
39 Operation and Maintenance 1 39 T1 vol 1
40 Lighting - Wiring Circuit 1 40 T1 vol 1
41 Head Lights - Switches 1 41 T1 vol 1
42 Indicating Lights - Trouble Shooting 1 42 T1 vol 1
43 Direction Indicators - Windscreen Wiper 1 43 T1 vol 1
44 Horn - Speedometer - Heaters 1 44 T1 vol 1
45 Air conditioner 1 45 T1 vol 1

18. Weightage of unit contents:


Factors considered
F1 Number of periods allotted for teaching the unit and weightage per hour is equal to 1 and
represented as number of hours per weightage
F2 Usefulness of the content matter of the unit in the student’s learning point of view and its
weightage is equal to 1 if useful otherwise zero
F3 Usefulness of the content matter of the unit in understanding other units of the same
subject and its weightage is equal to 1 if useful otherwise zero
F4 Usefulness of the content matter of the unit in understanding other subjects prescribed for the
programme and its weightage is equal to 1 if useful otherwise zero.

A1 A2
Sl.No Topics F1 F2 F3 F4
(Weightage) (%)

UNIT-I ENGINE COMPONENTS 27 19.71


1 Principles of IC Engines - Engine Terminology 9 1 1 0
2 Types of Engines: Petrol & Diesel 1 1 0

3 Two Stroke and Four Stroke 1 1 1


Engine Components: Cylinder Block - Cylinder 1
4 0 1
Head
5 Sump, Manifolds & Gaskets 1 0 0

6 Piston, Rings, Connecting Rod & Piston Pins 1 1 1


7 Crank Shaft, Bearings, Valves & Mufflers 1 1 1
8 Engine Cooling System 1 0 0

9 Engine Lubrication system 1 0 0


UNIT-II TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
Clutch - Construction of Electromagnetic &
10 1 0 1
Mechanical
11 Hydraulic & Vacuum clutches 1 0 0

12 Gear Boxes: Manual and Automatic 1 0 1

13 Over Drives - Transfer Box 1 0 1


1 24 17.52
14 Fluid Flywheel - Torque Converter 9 0 0

15 Propeller Shaft 1 1 0

16 Slip Joint & Universal Joints 1 1 0

17 Differential and Rear Axle 1 1 0

18 Case Study on Lightweight Chassis 1 0 0


UNIT- III STEERING AND BRAKES
19 Steering: Wheels and Tyres 1 1 0

20 Wheel Alignment Parameters 1 1 0

21 Steering Geometry 1 1 0

22 Power Steering 1 0 0 25 18.25


9
23 Electronic Steering 1 0 0

24 Braking Systems 1 0 0
25 Types of Braking systems 1 1 1
26 Hydraulic Brakes 1 1 0
27 Diagonal Braking System 1 1 0
UNIT-IV SUSPENSION SYSTEMS 27 19.70
28 Basic Requirements 9 1 1 0
29 Functions of suspension systems 1 1 0
30 Types of Suspension Springs 1 1 0

31 Plastic suspension 1 1 0

32 Independent Suspension System 1 1 0

33 Shock Absorbers 1 1 0

34 Air suspension 1 1 0

35 Hydrolastic suspension 1 1 0

36 Trouble Shooting. 1 1 0
UNIT-V ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AND ACCESSORIES
37 Types of Batteries 1 1 1
38 Construction of Batteries 1 1 0
39 Operation and Maintenance 1 1 0
40 Lighting - Wiring Circuit 1 1 1
34 24.82
41 Head Lights - Switches 9 1 1 1
42 Indicating Lights - Trouble Shooting 1 1 1
43 Direction Indicators - Windscreen Wiper 1 1 1
44 Horn - Speedometer - Heaters 1 1 1
45 Air conditioner 1 1 1
TOTAL 137 100
A1 – Total Weightage
A2 - % of Weightage

19. Mapping syllabus with Bloom’s Taxonomy LOT and HOT:


Lower Order Thinking
Students are expected to Recall the information through Recognizing, listing,
R Remembering
describing, retrieving, naming, finding
Students are expected to Explain an ideas or concepts through Interpreting,
U Understanding
summarizing, paraphrasing, classifying, explaining
Students are expected to Use the information in another familiar situation through
Ap Applying
Implementing, carrying out, using, executing
Higher Order Thinking
Students are expected to Break the information into parts to explore understandings
A Analyzing and relationships through Comparing, organizing, deconstructing, interrogating,
finding
Students are expected to Evaluate the Justifying a decision or course of action
E Evaluating
through Checking, hypothesizing, experimenting, judging
Students are expected to Generate new ideas, products, or ways of viewing things
C Creating
through Designing, constructing, planning, producing, inventing.

Sl.No Name of the Topic Process verb Types of thinking


UNIT-I ENGINE COMPONENTS
1 Principles of IC Engines - Engine Terminology Describe, Explain Understanding
C01
Demonstrate, Understanding
2 Types of Engines: Petrol & Diesel
Explain C01
Describe, Understanding
3 Two Stroke and Four Stroke
summarize C01
Engine Components: Cylinder Block - Cylinder Remembering
4 Identify, Recall
Head C01
Remembering
5 Sump, Manifolds & Gaskets Identify, Recall
C01
Demonstrate, Understanding
6 Piston, Rings, Connecting Rod & Piston Pins
Explain C01
Remembering
7 Crank Shaft, Bearings, Valves & Mufflers Identify, Recall
C01
Demonstrate, Understanding
8 Engine Cooling System
Explain C01
Remembering
9 Engine Lubrication system Identify, Recall
C01
R U Ap A E C Total
Type of thinking in Nos 4 5 0 0 0 0 9
Weightage,% 8.76 10.95 0 0 0 0 19.71
UNIT-II TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
Clutch - Construction of Electromagnetic & Understanding
13 Demonstrate, Explain
Mechanical CO2
Remembering
14 Hydraulic & Vacuum clutches Describe, Recognize
CO2
Applying
15 Gear Boxes: Manual and Automatic Describe, Recognize
CO2
Remembering
16 Over Drives - Transfer Box Describe, Explain
CO2
Understanding
17 Fluid Flywheel - Torque Converter Describe, Explain
CO2
Remembering
18 Propeller Shaft Describe, Recognize
CO2
Understanding
19 Slip Joint & Universal Joints Describe, Recognize
CO2
Understanding
20 Differential and Rear Axle Describe, Recognize
CO2
Applying
21 Case Study on Lightweight Chassis Describe, Express
CO2
R U Ap A E C Total
Type of thinking in Nos 5 4 0 0 0 0 9
Weightage,% 9.73 7.79 0 0 0 0 17.52
UNIT- III STEERING AND BRAKES
Understanding
25 Steering: Wheels and Tyres Classify, Discuss
CO3
26 Wheel Alignment Parameters Describe, Discuss Applying
CO3
Applying
27 Steering Geometry Indicate, Explain
CO3
Understanding
28 Power Steering Describe, Explain
CO3
Understanding
29 Electronic Steering Describe, Explain
CO3
Understanding
30 Braking Systems Classify, Discuss
CO3
Understanding
31 Types of Braking systems Describe, Explain
CO3
Understanding
32 Hydraulic Brakes Classify, Discuss
CO3
Diagonal Braking System Understanding
33 Classify, Discuss
CO3
R U Ap A E C Total
Type of thinking in Nos 0 7 2 0 0 0 9
Weightage,% 0 14.19 4.06 0 0 0 18.25
UNIT-IV SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
Remembering
37 Basic Requirements Describe, discuss
CO4
Remembering
38 Functions of suspension systems Describe, Explain
CO4
Understanding
39 Types of Suspension Springs Indicate, Describe
CO4
Understanding
40 Plastic suspension Indicate, Describe
CO4
Understanding
41 Independent Suspension System Indicate, Describe
CO4
Understanding
42 Shock Absorbers Classify, Explain
CO4
Understanding
43 Air suspension Describe, Explain
CO4
Understanding
44 Hydrolastic suspension Describe, Explain
CO4
Trouble Shooting. Applying
45 Relate, Discuss
CO4
R U Ap A E C Total
Type of thinking in Nos 2 6 1 0 0 0 9
Weightage,% 4.38 13.13 2.19 0 0 0 19.70
UNIT-V ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AND ACCESSORIES
Understanding
49 Types of Batteries Explain, Express
CO5
Applying
50 Construction of Batteries Identify, Describe
CO5
51 Operation and Maintenance Classify, Estimate Understanding
CO5
Understanding
52 Lighting - Wiring Circuit Classify, Estimate
CO5
Understanding
53 Head Lights - Switches Identify, Express
CO5
Applying
54 Indicating Lights - Trouble Shooting Distinguish, Estimate
CO5
Understanding
55 Direction Indicators - Windscreen Wiper Identify, Express
CO5
Remembering
56 Horn - Speedometer - Heaters Describe, Recognize
CO5
Air conditioner Remembering
57 Describe, Recognize
CO5
R U Ap A E C Total
Type of thinking in Nos 2 5 2 0 0 0 9
Weightage,% 5.52 13.78 5.52 0 0 0 24.82

R U AP A E C TOTAL
UNIT 1 8.76 10.95 0 0 0 0 19.71
UNIT 2 9.73 7.79 0 0 0 0 17.52
UNIT 3 0 14.19 4.06 0 0 0 18.25
UNIT 4 4.38 13.13 2.19 0 0 0 19.70
UNIT 5 5.52 13.78 5.52 0 0 0 24.82
TOTAL 28.39 59.84 11.77 0 0 0 100
Lower Order Thinking 100
Higher Order Thinking 0

20. Mapping course outcome with Bloom’s Taxonomy LOT and HOT:
R U AP A E C
CO1 √√√√ √√√√√

CO2 √√√√√ √√√√

CO3 √√√√√√√ √√

CO4 √√ √√√√√√ √

CO5 √√ √√√√√ √√

21. Mapping course outcome with programme outcomes:


Programme outcomes
(a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
(b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
(c) An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability and sustainability
(d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
(e) An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems
(f) An understand the professional and ethical responsibility
(g) An ability to communicate effectively
(h) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global,
economic, environmental, and societal context
(i) A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life- long learning
(j) A knowledge of contemporary issues
(k) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice.
[l] An ability to fabricate real time mechanical systems and tests the worthiness
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO):
PSO1- Ability to work in design, implementation and integration of engineering applications, such as
electronic, mechanical, electromechanical, control and computer systems that contain software
and hardware components, including sensors, actuators and controllers.
PSO2- Automate and maintain the mechanical systems by using electrical and electronic devices as well
as computational tools
PSO3- Ability to carry out development projects independently and in teams

a b c d e f g h i j k L PSO1 PSO2 PSO3


CO1 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 2 2

CO2 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 2

CO3 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 2 2 2

CO4 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 1 2

CO5 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 2

3 High Level 2 Moderate Level 1 Low Level


22. Mapping with programme educational objectives:
Programme educational objectives:
1. To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and Mechatronics engineering to solve contemporary
engineering problems in the field of automation
2. To identify, design, analyze and evolve the Mechatronics system
3. To self motivate towards lifelong learning and entrepreneurship
4. Furnishing a healthier environment to groom up the students with leadership quality, team spirit,
effective communication and life skills
5. To exhibit the skills of simulation and experimentation using advanced engineering tools of
industrial standards
COs PEO1 PEO2 PEO3 PEO4 PEO5
CO1, CO2,
CO3, CO4, 3 1 2 1 3
CO5

3 High Level 2 Moderate Level 1 Low Level

23. Course assessment methods: Monthly test: 15 Marks


Objective To Identify What Students Have Learned and also to identify students strength and weakness
Product Answer scripts
Frequency Monthly
Format Part –A 6 x 2 = 12 Marks
Part –C 1 x 10 = 10 Marks
Part – B 2 x 14 = 28 Marks
Total marks ═ 50
Duration : 1hour and 30 minutes
Evaluation Based on answer given in the scripts
Criteria Pass mark – 50%
Minimum pass percentage: 75%
If not, remedial action will be taken.
Assignment: 5 marks
Objective To enhance students' understanding of a particular reading
Product Hand written assignment sheets
Frequency Monthly or after completing one unit
Format Important questions from each units
Evaluation Based on rubrics
Criteria No. of assignments: 3
Submit on or before the date of submission
Attendance: 5 marks
Objective To make all students to attend the class throughout the course
Product Record of class work
Frequency All working days
Format Record of class work format
Evaluation Based on attendance earned by the students
Criteria Marks will be awarded according to attendance percentage of students.

91 and above 5.0


86 – 90 4.0
81 – 85 3.0
75 – 80 2.0
Less than 75 0
End semester exam: 75 marks
Objective To assess the each student’s knowledge of the course
Product Result analysis
Frequency Semester
Format Part –A 10 x 2 ═20 marks
Part –B 5 x 14 ═ 70 marks
Part –C 1 x 10 ═ 10 marks
Total marks ═ 100
Duration : 3hours
Evaluation Based on answer given in the scripts
Criteria Minimum pass percentage: 75%
If not, remedial action will be taken.

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