University of Pune

Syllabus for Engineering Degree course-Revision 2003

SE (Prod. /Prod. Sand. /Industrial Engineering) Semester I 

207002 Engineering Mathematics –III 

Teaching Scheme:                                                                                                                                                                       Examination Scheme:

Lectures: 4 hrs. /week                                                                                                                                                        Paper: 100 marks

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Duration: 3 hrs.

Section I

Unit I: Linear Differential Equations (LDE)                                                                                                             (08 Hours)

General nth order LDE. Solution of nth order LDE with constant coefficients. PI by variation of parameters. Cauchy’s & Legendre’s DE. Solution of Simultaneous & Symmetric Simultaneous DE.

 

Unit II: Applications of DE                                                                                                                                                               (09 Hours)

Applications of LDE to problems on mass spring systems with coupled masses, equivalent electrical circuits.

 

Solution of Partial Differential Equations (PDE)

(1) ?u/?t = a2 (?2u/?x2), (2) ?2u/?t2 = a2 (?2u/?x2) and (3) (?2u/?x2) + (?2u/?y2) = 0

by separating variables only. Applications of PDE to problems of Mechanical and allied engineering.

 

Matrices: Modal Matrix, normal modes of vibration characteristic equations & eigen values.

 

Unit III: Transforms                                                                                                                                                                                          (09 Hours)

Laplace Transform (LT): Definition, Inverse LT, Properties & theorems (without proof). LT & inv-LT of elementary/standard functions. Solution of differential equations using LT.

Fourier Transform (FT): Fourier Integral theorem. Sine & Cosine Integrals. Fourier Transform, Fourier Cosine Transform, Fourier Sine Transforms and their inverses. Application of FT to problems on Diffusion equation.

 

Section II

Unit IV: Statistics and Probability                                                                                                                                          (09 Hours)

Mean, Mode, Median. Standard deviation, Variance, Coefficient of variation, Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis. Correlation and Regression, Reliability of Regression estimates.

 

Introduction to Probability, Theorems and Properties, Probability distributions viz. Binomial, Poisson, Normal, Hyper Geometric, Chi Square. Tests of Hypothesis, Decision and quality control.

 

Unit V: Vector Calculus                                                                                                                                                                                  (09 Hours)

Vector Differentiation & its physical interpretation. Radial, Transverse, Tangential & Normal components of Velocity and Acceleration. Vector differential operator. Gradient, Divergence & Curl. Directional derivative. Vector identities.

 

 

Unit VI: Vector Analysis                                                                                                                                                                                  (08 Hours)

Line, Surface & Volume integrals. Work done. Conservative, Irrotational & Solenoidal fields. Scalar potential. Gauss’s, Stoke’s & Green’s theorems (without proofs). Applications to problems in Fluid Mechanics, Continuity equations, Stream lines, Equations of motion, Bernoulli’s equations.

 

Text Books:

1.            Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 5e, by Peter V. O'Neil (Thomson Learning).

2.            Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig (Wiley Eastern Ltd.).

 

Reference Books:

1.            Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wylie C.R. & Barrett L.C. (McGraw-Hill, Inc.)

2.         Higher Engineering Mathematics by B. S. Grewal (Khanna Publication, Delhi).

3.            Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2e, by M. D. Greenberg (Pearson Education).

4.            Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Raman (Tata McGraw-Hill).

5.            Applied Mathematics (Volumes I and II) by P. N. Wartikar & J. N. Wartikar

      (Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune).

6.   Advanced Engineering Mathematics with MATLAB, 2e, by Thomas L. Harman, James Dabney and Norman Richert (Brooks/Cole, Thomson Learning).

 

202081 Thermal & Fluid Energy Conversion 

Teaching Scheme                                                                                                                                   Examination Scheme

Lectures: 4 Hrs /week                                                                                                                                Theory: 100 marks

Practical: 2 Hrs/week                                                                                                                                 Oral: 50 marks 

Unit I

Fluid Properties:

Viscosity, compressibility, surface tension, capillary action, etc. Pascal law, pressure on a plane/ curved surface, pressure measurement. 

 

Unit II

Fluid flow:

Types of flow, steady, unsteady, laminar, turbulent, continuity equation, Euler’s equation, Bernoulli’s equation, orifice/ notch, laminar/turbulent flow through pipe, flow measurement, energy loss, flow around cylinder in immersed conditions, Buckingham pie- theorem, dimensionless numbers. 

 

Unit III

Fluid Machinery:

Introduction to hydraulic turbines, classification, applications, Introduction to pumps, classification – centrifugal, reciprocating, applications. 

 

Unit IV

Fuels and Combustion

Mass fraction, combustion equation, stochiometric analysis, analysis of combustion products- volumetric/ gravimetric 

 

Unit V

Steam Generator:

Steam generation, steam properties, Concept of Entropy, heat transfer mechanism, power boilers, mounting, energy balance, efficiency etc.

Air Conditioning: Terminology, Types of air conditioning- Central, Unit & Industrial Air Conditioning.  

 

Unit VI

Air Compressor & IC engine:

Compressor, types- single and multistage, work done, efficiency of volumetric/ isothermal, cooling and control of compressor, IC engine- classification, cycle diagram, Diesel and Otto cycle, system layout, components, functional layout, lubrication, power and efficiency. 



 

Practical and Term work:

  1. Study of pressure and flow measuring devices.
  2. Verification of Bernoulli’s Equation
  3. Study of verification of ‘f’ for laminar and turbulent flow through pipes
  4. Study of losses in pipe/ fittings
  5. Study of boiler mountings
  6. Study and trial of Petrol Engine
  7. Study and trial of Diesel Engine
  8. Study and trial of Air Compressor

Text Books:

  1. A.K. Jain – Fluid Mechanics- Khanna Publication
  2. R. K. Bansal – Fluid Mechanics
  3. Kumar and Vasandani – Thermal Engineering

Reference books: 

1.   P. N. Modi and S. M. Shet – Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics

2.       Streeter V.L. & Wylie E.B. – Fluid Mechanics, Mc Graw Hill

3.   V. M. Deshpande- Hydraulics & Fluid Machinery

  1. P. L. Ballaney – Thermal Engineering – Khanna Publication, New Delhi.
  2. Kothandaraman and Domkundwar – Thermodynamics and Heat Engines.
  3. Domkundwar and Arora – Thermal Engineering.
  4. Reynar Jeol – Engineering Thermodynamics – ELBS ( Lengmans).


201082 Strength of Materials

Teaching scheme:                                                                                                                                  Examination scheme:

Lectures: 4 hours/week                                                                                                                         Theory: 100 marks

Unit I

Simple stresses and strains:

a) Concept of stress and strain (linear, lateral. shear and volumetric), Hooke's law. Poisson's ratio, modulus of elasticity., modulus of rigidity, stress strain diagrams for ductile and brittle materials, factor; of safety, theories of failure, working stress, generalized Hooke's law, concept of 3-D stress state, bulk modulus, interrelation between elastic constants. 

b) Axial force diagram, stresses, strains, strains & deformations in determinate and indeterminate, homogenous and composite bars under concentrated loads, self weight and temperature changes.

Unit II

a) Shear force and bending moment diagrams:

Shear Force and Bending Moment in Determinate Beams due to Concentrated Loads, Uniformly Distributed Loads, Uniformly Varying Loads and Couples. Relation between SF and BM Diagrams for Cantilevers, Simple and Compound Beams, Bends Defining Critical and Maximum Values and Positions of Points of Contra Flexure- Construction of Loading Diagram and BMD from SFD and Construction of Loading Diagram and SFD from BMD. 

b) Bending stresses:

Theory of simple bending, assumptions, derivation of flexure formula, second moment of area of common cross sections with respect to centroidal and parallel axes. bending stress

 

Unit III

a) Shear stresses:

 Concept, derivation of shear stress distribution formula, shear   stress distribution diagram for common symmetrical sections, maximum and average shear stress, shear connection between flange and web. 

b) Bending of curved beams:

 Bending of curved bars/beams  (Winkler and Bach Theory): Stresses in ring, chain link and crane hooks.

Unit IV

Principal stresses and strains:

Normal and shear stresses on any oblique plane. Concept of principal planes. Derivation of expressions for principal stresses and maximum shear stress, position of principal planes and planes of maximum shear, graphical solution using Mohr’s circle of stresses, combined effect of axial force, bending and torsion.

Pressure vessels: Stresses, strains and deformations in thin walled seamless cylindrical and spherical vessels due to internal fluid pressure. Change in volume, effects of additional compressible or incompressible fluid injected under pressure. Thick cylinders. Derivation of Lame's equations for stresses.  

 

distribution diagrams, moment of resistance and section modulus calculations.


Unit V

A. Torsion of circular shafts:

Stresses, strains and deformations in determinate and indeterminate shafts of solid and hollow homogeneous and composite circular cross section subjected to twisting moment. Derivation of torsion equation. Stresses due to combined torsion, bending and axial force on shafts.

B. Strain energy and impact:

Concept of strain energy, derivation and use of expressions for deformations of axially loaded members under gradual impact loads. Strain energy due to self-weight.  

Unit VI

A. Slope and deflection of Beams:

Relation between BM and Slope. Slope and Deflection of Determinate Beams, Double Integration Method (Mecauley's Method). Derivation of Formulae for Slope and Deflection for Standard Cases. Moment Area Method. 

B. Axially loaded columns:

Concept of buckling of columns. Derivation of Euler's formula for buckling load for column with hinged ends. concept of equivalent length for various end conditions. limitations of Euler's formula. Rankin’s formula. Johnson’s formula, safe load on columns. 

Text Books:

1. Beer And Johnston - Strength of Materials, CBS Publisher.

2. Junnarkar And Advi- Mechanics of Structures Vol 1.1, Charotar Press.5.          

3. Ramamrutham  Strength of  Materials.

Reference Books:

1.   Gere And Temoshenko - Mechanics Of Material, CBS Publisher, 1984.

2.   E. P. Popov - Introduction To Mechanics Of Solids, Prentice Hall Publication. 3. 3.   Singer And Pytel - Strength of Materials, Harper And Row Publication.

4.       Timoshenko And Young - Strength Of Materials, CBS Publisher.

5.       E. P. Popav- Introduction to mechanics of solids, prentice hall publication

211083 Manufacturing Processes – I 

Teaching Scheme                                                                                                                                                Examination Scheme

Lectures-4hrs/Week                                                                                                                               Theory-100 marks

Practical-2hrs/Week                                                                                                                               Oral -50 marks  

Unit I

Sand Casting Processes:

Principles of castings, Steps involve in casting, applications of castings. Introduction to Sand casting, Types of pattern and pattern materials, Pattern Design & allowances, Types & Functions of patterns Core prints, Mould sand properties, Testing of properties of sands, Hand and machine molding, Cores-types and manufacturing, Melting & pouring of metals, Melting Furnaces-types, cupola-construction, operation, zones and chemistry, Cleaning, finishing and heat treatment of castings, Applications of sand castings.

Unit II

Special Casting Processes:

Pressure and gravity Die Casting (Hot and Cold chamber), Low pressure die casting, shell moulding, centrifugal casting, continuous casting, investment casting, their typical applications, merits and limitations. Testing and inspection of castings and casting defects, Foundry mechanization and automation 

Unit III

Turning processes:

Lathe: Construction, Specifications, Accessories, various mechanisms, Operations, Different Tools, Concept of Speed, Feed, Depth of Cut, Process Parameters, Machining Time, threading parameters, Types of lathe and Capstan and Turret lathes. 

Unit IV

Drilling: Fundamentals of Drilling Processes, Types of Drilling machines. Operations performed on Drilling machine, Tool Holders, Types of Drills, Process Parameters, and Machining Time, Reaming, Types of Reamers, process parameters. 

Unit V

Milling Machines:

Fundamentals of Milling Processes, Milling Cutters, Operations Performed on Milling Machine, Dividing Head, Methods of Indexing, Gear Train Calculations, Process Parameters, Machining Time.

Shaper, Planer & Slotting Machines: Types, Construction, Working, Quick Return Mechanism, operations Performed, Process Parameters, Machining Time. 

Unit VI

Abrasive Machining Processes:

Abrasives: Types, Size, Grinding wheels, Wheel-marking, selection, mountings, Types of grinding machines, grinding faults.

Broaching process: Types of broaching machines, parts of the machine and their functions, process parameters. 

Finishing Processes: Honning, lapping, super finishing, buffing and polishing, burnishing.

Term-Work:

Term wok should contain at least six assignments on following topics:

  1. Sand casting process- sand testing (any two tests), pattern making, core preparation, melting practices
  2. Study of Special casting processes with inspection and testing
  3. Lathe: - All parts and accessories, Back gear, All Gear, Half nut, Apron, Thread cutting Mechanisms.
  4. Milling: - Machine parts, motions, Indexing mechanism, Cam milling.
  5. Drilling: -Types of drill machines, Tool Holder, Floating holders.
  6. Study of Shaper, Planer, Slotter: -Quick Return mechanisms, Crank and slotted link mechanism, Open and cross belt mechanism.
  7. Study of Grinding machines:- Types, Selection of grinding wheels.
  8. Study of cutting tools:- Single point cutting tools, Drills, Reamers, Broaches, Taps, Milling Cutters, Grinding wheels.
  9. Industrial visits & report based on it. 

Oral shall be based on the above teamwork.

Text Books:

1.   Hajara, Chaudhary S. K. “Elements of Workshop Technology” Vol-I &II, Asia Publishing House.

2.     R.K Jain, Production Technology, Khnna Publication.

3.     O.P. Khanna, Production Technology ,Dhanpat Rai Publication.

4.     Kalpacjian, Manufacturing Technology.

Reference books:

  1. Chapman W.A.J. “Workshop Technology” Vol I, II, III , ELBS.
  2. Begman : Manufacturing Processes.
  3. Degarmo : Materials and processes. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi,
  4. HMT: Production Technology, TMH Publishing Co. New Delhi.
  5. Roy A. Lindberg: Processes and materials of Manufacture, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi,
  6. Little, Welding and Welding Technology, Tata Mc Graw Hill
  7. R.S.Parmar, Welding and Welding Processes, Khanna Publication



 

 

 

 

 

 

 204084 Industrial Electronics 

Teaching Scheme:                                                                                                                                   Examination Scheme:

Lectures: 4 Hours/Week                                                                                                                            Theory: 100 marks

Practicals: 2 Hours/Week                                                                                                                            Term Work: 50 Marks 

Unit I.

Power Devices and Applications:

 SCR Triac, Power MOSFET, IGBT, Characteristics and Simple applications like Controlled Rectifiers. Triggering Circuits Using Diac /UJT and Digital Logic, Power Supply Protection Circuits (Over voltage, Thermal Shutdown and Current Limiting) Study of UPS (Only Block Diagram) Light Dimmers, Fan Regulators. 

Unit-II.

Analog and Digital Electronics:

Application of Op-Amp: Integrator, Differentiator, Log and Antilog amplifier, Instrumentation Amp, Waveform Generators. Digital Circuits: - Flip-Flops, Shift Registers, and Counters. 

Unit-III.

Industrial Electronics Controllers:

AC/DC/Stepper Motor Controllers. Heating and Welding Controllers, Process Controllers- PID, PLC, CNC, DNC. Fuzzy Logic Controllers, Batch Counters. 

Unit-IV.

Transducers and Sensors:

Temperature, Pressure, Displacement, Level, Flow, Vibration, Weighing Machine, Velocity RPM, Photo Sensors, Proximity Sensors, Actuators. 

Unit-V.

Dynamic Response and Transfer of System:

First/Second Order System Dynamic Response, Laplace Transform-First Order System.  

Unit-VI.

Computers in Automation:

Supervisory Control System-Integral and Adaptive, Direct Digital Control System, Distributed Control System, Scada, Data Acquisition, Typical Examples in Cement Plant, Thermal Power Plant, Water Treatment Plant, Steel Plant, Robotics. 

List of Practical:-

1.     SCR/ UJT /Triode characterterisation

2.     a)      Application of SCR as controlled rectifier.      b) Triode as AC power controller.

c) UJT as relaxation oscillator.

3.     Applications of OP Amps

a)          Integrator/differentiator

b)         Instrumentation Amplifier

4    Study of flip/flop, counter and shift register

5    Study of AC/Dc / Stepper motor controller.

6    Study of PID controller

7    Study of PLC

      8    Case study of any one transducer based Data acquisition system.

Test Books:

1.     Chute & Chute – Electronics in Industry –MGH

2.     Johnson –Process Instrumentation-PHI

3.     Rangar, Mani, Sharma-Instrumentation& Measurement-WIE

Reference Books:

1. Considine MGH -Process Instrumentation Hand Book.

2. Krishna Kant PHI -Computer Based Industrial Control.

3. K.R.Botkar -Integrated Circuits.

4. R.P.Jain -Digital Electronics.

5. Liptak -Instrument Engineers Hand Book Vol-I & Vol-II

6. Boltan -Mechatronics. 

 

211085 Machine Drawing & Computer Graphics

Teaching Scheme:                                                                                                                                  Examination Scheme:

Lecture: 2 Hrs/Week                                                                                                                                            Term Work: 50 Marks

Practicals: 2 Hrs/Week                                                                                                                    Oral: 50 Marks 

Unit-I

Dimension Techniques and Conventional Representation:

Methods of indicating dimensions for chords, arcs, angles, radii, spheres, cylinders, squares, equidistant features, arrangement of dimensions - chain, parallel, running, coordinate dimensioning.

Conventional representation of machine components as per IS code: SP-46 such as screw threads, tapped holes, holes on circular pitch, bearing, knurling, splined shafts, springs, gears, tapers, chamfers, countersunk and counter bores, keys, welded joints, structural sections. 

Unit-II

Screwed Fasteners

Thread forms and their proportions,thread designations, single and multi-start threads, right and left hand threads, types of screws , bolts and nuts, nut locking arrangements. 

Unit-III

Limits, Fits, Tolerances & Surface Roughness:

Limit system, tolerances- unilateral & bilateral tolerances, fundamental tolerances and fundamental deviations, methods of placing limit dimensions, types of fits with symbols and applications- clearance, transition & interference, hole basis and shaft basis system of tolerances, geometrical tolerance - tolerance zone, definitions related to datum, indicating geometric tolerances on drawing.

Surface texture, machining symbols, roughness values (Ra) and roughness grade numbers, conventional representation on part drawings. 

Unit-IV

Assembly & Details of Standard Machine Parts:

Cotter Joint, Knuckle Joint, Flange Joint, Rigid and Flexible Coupling, Stop Valve, Non Return Valve, Revolving Centers, Machine Vice, Tool Holder, Screw Jack, Crane Hook, Standard Specification Of M/C Components, Blue Print Reading. 

Unit-V

Autolisp and Parametric Programming:

Concept of Parametric Programming, Introduction To Autolisp, Data types In Autolisp- Integers, Real Numbers, Strings, Data Type Conversion - Integer To Real, Real To Integer, String List. Math Functions in Autolisp - Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Maximum and Minimum of Numbers, Remainder and Exponential Operation, Trigonometric Functions, Logical Functions such as AND/OR. 

Unit-VI

Autolisp Programming:

Use of input functions such as get function, working with lists and entities, filtering from lists, editing lists and entities, entity handling, decision making and looping in Autolisp, elementary file handling functions and menu customization.  

Term Work:

The term work shall consist of sketches following drawn in the sketchbook.

Sketches of conventional representation of machine components as per is code: SP 46 such as screw threads, tapped holes, holes on circular pitch, bearing, knurling, splined shafts, springs, gears, tapers, chamfers, countersunk and counter bores, keys, welded joints, structural sections in the sketch book. 

Also the term work shall consists of a computer printouts of following exercises: 

1) Conventional Representation of Machine Components as per IS Code: SP 46 such as Screw Threads, Tapped Holes, Holes on Circular Pitch, Bearing, Knurling, Splined Shafts, Springs, Gears, Tapers, Chamfers, Countersunk And Counter Bores. 

2) Types of Screws, Bolts and Nuts, Nut Locking Arrangements. 

3) Assembly and details of any one of Machine Components -Cotter Joint, Knuckle Joint, Flange Joint, Rigid and Flexible Coupling, Stop Valve, Non Return Valve, Revolving Centers, Machine Vice, Tool Holder. 

4) Any two simple programs in Autolisp on use of - Data Types and user Input, Math Functions and Filtering from Lists. 

5) Any Two Programs on Parametric Programming involving - Programming for Standard Machine Components, Programming involving Decision Making and Looping. 

 

Text Books:

  1. P.S.Gill -A Text Book of Machine Drawing , Revised Edition- - S K Kataria & Sons, New Delhi.
  2. Farazdak Haideri, Machine Drawing and Computer Graphics – Nirali Prakashan.
  3. William M. Oliver -Illustrated AutoLISP -BPB Publications, New Delhi- 110001
  4. ABC of Autolisp - BPB Publication

Reference Books:

1.            K.L.Narayana, P. Kannaiah, K. Venkatata Reddy -Machine Drawing- Second Edition.

  1. N.D.Bhatt, V.M.Panchal -Machine Drawing.
  2. CMTI Handbook of Machine Tools
  3. AutoCAD Reference Manual
  4. AutoLISP Reference Manual
  5. Illustrated AutoLISP

 

University of Pune

Syllabus for Engineering Degree course-Revision 2003

SE (Prod /Prod. Sand./Industrial Engineering)

Semester II 

Part- II 

Subject

Code No.

Subject

Teaching Scheme (Hrs)

Examination Scheme

 

 

Lecture

Pr./Dwg

Theory

TW

Oral

Pr.

Total

203086

Electrical Technology

4

2

100

50

-

-

150

211087

Theory of Machines

4

2

100

-

50

-

150

205088

Engineering Metallurgy-I

4

2

100

50

-

-

150

211089

Design Of Machine Elements

4

2

100

-

50

-

150

211090

Industrial Engg. & Management

4

-

100

-

-

-

100

211091

Workshop Practice

-

2

-

50

-

 

50

 

Total

20

10

500

100

50

-

750

 

Total of Part II = 750 Marks 

Total of Part I & Part II = 1500 Marks 

Pr- Practical   Dwg- Drawing TW- Term Work 

Note: Practical/Oral Based On Term Work


University of Pune

Subject at S. E. (Mechanical, Production, Industrial Engineering,

Production Sandwich, Metallurgy)

 

203086 ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

Teaching Scheme                                                                                                                        Exam Scheme

Lectures: - 4 Hrs/Week                                                                                                          Paper: 100 Marks

Practical: - 2 Hrs/Week                                                                                                          Term Work: 25 Marks

 

UNIT I: D.C. Machines

Principle of working, constructional features, types, generator action, emf equation (descriptive treatment only), Motoring action, torque equation, characteristics, back emf, starters, conventional methods of speed control, braking  and applications :D.C. Motors                                                                                                            (8 Hrs)


 

UNIT II: Electrical Power Measurement and Illumination

a) Measurement of active and reactive power in three phase balanced circuits using one, two and three

Voltmeter methods, measurement of energy in three phase balanced circuits, Tariff's for LT & HT consumers (descriptive treatment only), power factor improvement.

b) Illumination laws, different terms and factors, requirement of good lighting scheme, lighting for factory, street lighting and flood lighting, design of a simple indoor lighting scheme.                                                                                                           (8 Hrs)

UNIT III: Synchronous Machines & Transformers

 a) Principle of working, constructional features, emf equation, winding factors, synchronous speed of an alternator, concept of synchronous impedance, regulation of an alternator by synchronous impedance and direct loading method.

b) Single phase transformer equivalent circuit, open circuit & short circuit test to determine efficiency, regulation & equivalent circuit. Welding transformers, current & Potential transformer, three phase transformer star/star, star/delta, delta/star & delta/ delta connections with concept of Phasor groups. Study of typical distribution transformer substation.                              (8 Hrs)

UNIT IV: Three phase Induction Motors

Concept of rotating magnetic filed., Principle of working, constructional features, types, torque equation, torque slip characteristics, torque ratios, power stages, efficiency, types of starters, conventional methods of speed control, braking & applications.                                                                                                                                                                            (8 Hrs)

UNIT V: Single phase motors & special Purpose machines

Principle of working, constructional features, characteristics (descriptive treatment only) of

a) Single phase induction motors - Split phase, shaded pole and applications

b) Special purpose motors - Stepper motors, servomotors, hysteresis motors, reluctance motors, a. c. series motors, universal motors, synchronous motors and applications.                                                                                                                        (8 Hrs)

UNIT VI: - Electrical Drives. Heating & Welding

a) Selection, ratings & application of electrical drives

1)     Selection - Factors to be considered, duty cycles, enclosures, class of insulation

2) Ratings - Ratings based on current, torque and temperature.

3)     Applications - Typical industrial applications and meters suitable for different loads.

      4) Maintenance - Maintenance of     electrical equipment such as transformers and motors.

b) Electrical Heating and Welding-

1)     Resistance heating - Properties of good heating elements, heating element materials, design of simple heating elements typical application to oven

2) 1nduction heating - Principle and typical applications to core and coreless furnaces

      3) Dielectric heating - Principle and application to typical heating processes.

4) Resistance and arc welding - Principles and typical applications in industry.                                                                      (8 Hrs)

 

List of Experiments:

1.Speed control of a D.C. Shunt motor by armature voltage and flux control methods

2. Load test on a D.C. Shunt motor

                  3. Load test on a D.C. Series motor

                  4. Measurement of active and reactive power in a three phase balanced circuit using one and two Wattmeter

                  5. O.C. and S.C. Test on a single-phase transformer to determine efficiency, regulation and parameters of equivalent circuit.

                  6. Regulation of an alternator by synchronous impedance method

                  7. Regulation of an alternator by direct loading method

                  8. Load test on a three-phase induction motor.

                  9. "V" curves and "Inverted V" curves of a synchronous motors

                 10. Study of various single phase and special purpose motors

                 11. Study of three phase. induction motor starters.

                 12. Study of a specific distribution transformer substation and HT/LT energy bill.

Note:

 Experiment no. 1,3,8, 12 are compulsory

 Minimum 8 experiment to be performed.

 

Reference Books:

1. Electrical Engineering Hand Book (Siemens) Wiley Eastern

2. Generation Distribution and Utilization of Electrical Energy by C. L. Wadhwa, Wiely Eastern

3. Fractional and Sub fractional Horse Power Electric Motors by C. E. Veinott; J.E. Martits, McGraw Hill (International Edition)

4. Electrical Machines & Power Systems (Vol I) by Syed A. Nasar, McGraw Hill (International Edition)

Text Book-,:

1. Electricai Machinery and Transformers by Irving Kosow, Prentice Hall (Eastern Economy Edition)

2. Electri,al Machinery by S. K. Bhattacharya, T.T.T. I Chandigarh

3. Electrical Machinery and Transformer by Bhag S. Guru, Huseyin R. Hiziroglu, Oxford University Press.

4. Elertrical Machines, Drives and Power System by Theodore Wildi, Fourth Edition, Pearson EdJcation.

5. E.'ectrical Technology by Hughes, Revised by I. Mckenzie Smith, Pearson Education.

 

 

202087 Theory of Machines 

Teaching Scheme:                                                                                                                      Examination Scheme:

Lectures: 4 Hours/Week                                                                                                                 Theory:100 Marks    Drawing: 2 Hours/Week                                                                                                                                                    Oral : 50 Marks 
 
Unit I

Introduction: Definition of link, kinematics pair, kinematic chain mechanism, machine, structure, inversion, inversion of single and double slide crank chain, four bar chain. Equivalent linkage of mechanisms. Degrees of freedom, Grubler criterion, Kutzbach criterion, Difference between spatial and planner mechanism.

Unit II

Velocity, Acceleration, Static, Dynamic Force Analysis:

  1. Velocity and acceleration analysis by relative velocity and relative acceleration method, Coriolis component of acceleration.
  1. Instantaneous center of velocity, methods of marking instance centers. Kennedy’s theorem of three centers in line, velocity analysis using instant centers, Favorable locations of instantaneous centers in mechanisms. Body and space centrodes and their applications. Coupler curves for four bar and slider crank mechanism.
  1. Velocity and acceleration of slider crank mechanism by analytical method
  1. Klein’s construction.
  1. Static force analysis of slider crank mechanism, inertia, D’Alembert’s principle, methods of finding inertia of rigid bodies- compound pendulum, bifilar and trifiler suspension method. Inertia forces in engine mechanism (analytical and graphical method). Dynamically equivalent system, correction couple.

Unit III

Mechanisms with Lower Pairs:

Spur gears: Terminology, involute and cycloidal profile, path of contact and arc of contact, interference, undercutting, worm and worm gears, bevel gears, terminology, tooth forces.

Gear trains- compound, epicyclic, torque transmitted, holding torque  

 

Unit IV

Cams And Followers

Types of cams and followers, terms used in radial cams, analysis of motion of follower, displacement,velocity,acceleration, and jerk diagrams, and determination of cam profile for various types of follower motions: uniform velocity, SHM, uniform acceleration and retardation, cycloidal motion for roller , knife edge and flat faced followers

Introduction to cams with specified contours: tangent cam, circular arc cam, and eccentric cams.

Unit V

Balancing:

a.     Balancing Of Rotating Masses:

Balancing of single revolving mass by single mass rotating in same plane, Balancing of single revolving mass by two masses rotating in different planes, Balancing of several masses revolving in same plane, Balancing of several masses revolving in different planes, reference plane concept.

b.     Balancing of Reciprocating Masses:

Primary and secondary unbalanced forces of reciprocating masses, Partial balancing of unbalanced  primary force in an reciprocating engine, partial balancing of locomotives, effect of partial balancing of reciprocating parts of two cylinder locomotive – variation of tractive force, swaying couple and hammer blow, balancing of coupled locomotives, balancing of ( primary and secondary forces of multicylinder) inline engine, balancing of radial engine, static and dynamic balancing machines.

 

Unit VI

Vibrations:

Elements constituting vibration system, types of vibrations, free undamped vibration for single degree of freedom system, determination of equation of motion by various methods, free damped vibrations for single degree of freedom system, types of dampers, forced damped vibrations for single degree of freedom system, vibration isolation and transmissibility, vibration measuring instruments – seismic instruments and frequency measurements, critical speed of shaft carrying single rotor.

Term Work:

Term work shall consist of record following exercises

  1. Two sheets (half imperial size)

Graphical solution of problems on velocity and acceleration in mechanisms by

    1. Relative velocity and Relative acceleration method including problems with Coriolis component of acceleration
    2. Klein’s construction method
  1. Determination of moment of inertia of rigid body by bifilar suspension or trifler suspension method.
  2. To write a computer program for analysis and animation of any mechanism and test it.
  3. To draw a conjugate profile for any general shape of gear tooth.
  4. To draw a cam profile for specific follower motion.
  5. Experiment on free undamped and free damped vibration of single degree of freedom system
  6. Experiment on balancing of mass.

 

Text Books:

  1. S.S.Ratan –Theory of Machines, Tata McGraw Hill
  2. R.S.Khurmi, J.K.Gupta -Theory of Machine, S Chand Co. Delhi.
  3. P.L.Ballaney –Theory of Machine, Khanna Publisher.

Reference Books :  

1.      Thomas Bevan –The Theory of Machines, CBS Publication

2.            J.E.Shigley and J.J.Uicker Jr.-Theory of Machines and Mechanism, McGraw Hill.

3.   Dr. Jagdish Lal –Theory of Mechanisms and Machines, Metropolitan Book Company.

  1. John Hannah and R.C. Stephens -Mechanics of Machine-Advanced Theory and Examples, Edward Arnold.
  2. G K Grover -Mechanical vibration, Nemchand and brothers.
  3. Dr. D C Sharma -Mechanical vibration analysis, Khanna Publication
  4. Hall A S -Kinematics and linkage Design, Prentice Hall

 


 

205088 Engineering Metallurgy- I  

Teaching Scheme                                                                                                                                  Examination Scheme

Lectures: 4 Hrs/Week                                                                                                                      Total Marks: 100        Practicals: 2 Hrs/Week                                                                                                                                                          Term Work: 50 

Unit I

Introduction to Material Science: Classification of Engineering Materials, Future Trends. Structures and their property relationship in relation to engineering materials Indexing of planes and directions. Plastic deformation - Mechanisms. Deformation of Single crystal and Polycrystalline materials. Numerical based on it. Imperfections in crystals. Dislocations, work hardening. Cold and Hot working of metals.  

Unit II

Material Testing:

(a) Destructive Testing - Engineering and True Stress - True strain curves, conversion Relationships, Evaluation of properties. Numericals based on Tension Test. Engineering stress - Strain curves of different materials. Compression Test, Cupping Test on Sheet metal, Hardness Tests – Brinell, Poldi, Vickers, Rockwell Shore scleroscope, Durometer, Moh's test, Microhardness test and hardness conversions. Impact tests, Fatigue and Creep tests. Shear and Bend Test, Torsion Test. 

(b) Non-destructive tests - Visual Inspection, Magna flux test Dye penetrant test, Sonic and Ultrasonic test, Radiography. Examples of selection of NDT & mechanical testing methods for selected components like crankshafts,. gears, razor blades, welded joints, steel and cast iron castings, rolled products, forged products. 

Unit III

Equilibrium diagrams: Related terms and definitions Hume Rothery's rule of solid solubility. Gibb's phase rule. Polymorphism , Solidification, Dendritic growth. Cooling curves, Plotting of equilibrium diagrams, Lever rule, Isomorphous system. Coring. Eutectic systems, Partial eutectic systems. Uses of eutectic alloys. Layer type system, other transformation, non-equilibrium cooling and its effects 

Unit IV

Strengthening Mechanisms: Refinement of grain size, Solid solution hardening, Dispersion hardening, Age hardening, Martensitic transformation, Composite materials etc.

Pyrometry - Principle, Operation and uses of various pyrometers like thermocouples Resistance pyrometer, Disappearing filament pyrometer, Total radiation pyrometer. 

Unit V

Methods of Surface Improvements and Corrosion Prevention:

Corrosion Prevention Methods: Design and material selection, atmosphere control, electroplating, Inhibitors, Cathodic and anodic protection, Coatings etc. Surface Modification Techniques such as Electro deposition (Conventional electroplating, Electroless plating, Anodising), Diffusion coatings (Plasma nitriding, Aluminizing, Boronising, Chromizing), Vapour deposition (conventional PVD and CVD, Diamond like coating, Electron beam PVD), Thermal Spray Coatings, Ion implantation etc. 

Unit VI

Powder Metallurgy: Process in brief, powder characteristics, powder manufacturing, Production of sintered structural components such as self lubricated bearing, cemented carbide tools, cermets, refractory metals, electrical contact materials, friction materials, Diamond impregnated tools etc 

Term Work: Term work shall consist of following experiments.

List of Experiments:

1) Tensile test on mild steel and aluminum test pieces.

2) Compression test on cast iron and brass test pieces.

3) Brinell hardness test on different materials.

4) Poldi hardness test on different materials.

5) Vickers hardness test on different materials

6) Rockwell and Rockwell superficial test on different materials with different Scales.

7) Izod and Charpy impact tests.

8) Erichsen cupping test on minimum three different sheet metal samples.

9) Non- destructive testing - Magnaflux testing, Dye penetrant test, ultrasonic testing, eddy current testing 

Text Books:

1.         V.D. Kodgire: Material Science and Metallurgy for Engineers. Everest Publishing House, Pune.

2.         Smith W.F.: Principles of Material Science and Engineering: McGraw Hill Book Co.

Reference books:

1.         Davis H. E., Troxell G.E. and Wiskocil C. T.: Testing of Engineering Materials. Mc Graw Hill Book Co.

2.         Van Vlack L.H.: Elements of Material Science. Addison- Wesley Publishing Co.

3.         Baldev Raj, T. Jayakumar and M. Thavsimuthu: Practical Non-Destructive Testing. Narosa Publishing House. Delhi.

4.         Hull and T. W. Clyne: An introduction to Composite Materials: Second Edition Cambridge Solid State Science Series.

5.            Structure and properties of materials II, Willey Eastern (P) Ltd.

6.         Murthy -Structure and properties engineering materials, Tata McGraw Hill 2003.

8.      Donald R. Askland, P.P. Phule-Science and engineering of materials, Thomson Learning (2003) 

 

202089 Design of Machine Elements

Teaching Scheme                                                                                                           Examination Scheme

Theory: 4 hrs / week                                                                                                    Paper:100marks Practical/Drawing. : 2 hrs / week                                                                                                                                                    Oral : 50 marks 

Term work: 25 marks

 

Unit I

Design for static and fluctuating stress:

(a) Phases in design, design considerations, use of standards in design. Types of load, static, shock, impact and fluctuating loads. Stress strain relation, tensile, compressive, direct and torsional shear, bending stresses, combine effect of direct bending and torsional stresses. 

(b) Properties of Engineering Materials: C I, plain carbon steel, alloy steels, effect of alloying element, cast steel, aluminum and copper alloys, plastic, polymers, composites. Mechanical properties, application and designation as per Indian standards BS., Heat treatment of steel, weighted point method for material selection. 

Unit  II

Design of simple machine parts

(a) Maximum principle stress theory, Maximum shear stress theory, Maximum strain energy theory, Maximum distortion theory, application and limitations. Factor of safety, service factor, stress concentration, fatigue failure, endurance limit. 

(b) Design of knuckle joint, cotter joint, hand levers, foot levers, rocker arm, bell crank lever, brackets, crane hook, 'C' frame. 

Unit  III

Design of shaft, key, couplings and springs: Shaft design on strength basis and torsional rigidity basis. ASME code for shaft design.

Keys- classification, design of square, kenedy key, splines.

Couplings - classification, design of muff, flange, flexible bush pin type coupling.

Springs- Various types of springs and their applications, design of closed coil helical spring in tension and compression 

Unit  IV

Design of fasteners, power screws and welded joints:

Different types of thread forms, design of power screws, concept of recirculating ball screw, Advantages, types, application, symbols of welded joints. Stress in butt and fillet welds, strength of parallel and transverse fillet welds. Axially loaded unsymmetrical welded joint, Eccentric load in plane of welds, welded joint subjected to bending and torsional moments. 

Unit V

Design of clutches and brakes: Design of plate, cone and centrifugal clutches, torque capacity, thermal considerations and various friction materials used. Torque capacity of shoe, band and block brakes and design considerations. 

 

Unit  VI

Belt chain and rope drives: Material and construction of flat and V belts. Power ratings of belt. Maximum power condition, design considerations in flat and V pulley drives, selection of belts from manufacturer's catalogue. Materials and construction of roller chain and sprockets, polygonal effect in chain drive, power rating of chain, selection of chain from manufacturer's catalogue, silent chain. Wire rope- construction, designation, stresses, accessories, rope drum- construction and design.  

Term work:

Term work shall consist of followings:

1) Design and Drawing of shaft, keys and coupling

2) Design of power screw

3) Design of clutches and brakes

4) Design and Drawing of pulley and belt 

Oral shall be based on the above termwork.

 

Text Books:

1.            Bhandari V B -Design of Machine Elements, Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd

2.   Khurmi R. S. and Gupta J. K. - A Text of Machine Design, S. Chand and Company.

 

Reference Books:

1)  Shigley J E and Mischke C R -Mechanical Engineering Design, McGraw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd

2) Spott M F and Shoup T E -Design of Machine Elements, Prentice Hall International

3)  Willium C Orthwein -Machine components Design, West Pub. Co. and Jaico Pub. House

4)  Juvinal R C -Fundamental of Machine component Design, John Wiley and sons

5)  R K Jain -Machine Design, Khanna Pub. Delhi

6)  Dr. P C Sharma and DR. D K Aggarwal -A text book of Machine Design, S K Kataria and Sons, Delhi.

7 ) "Design Data" PSG College of Technology, Coimbtore  

211090 Industrial Engineering and Management 

Teaching Scheme                                                                                                                                   Examination Scheme

Lectures-4 Hours/Week                                                                                                                            Theory -100 Marks 

Unit I

Industrial Engineering: History, Development, Definition, Functions & Applications of Industrial Engineering. Contribution of F.W.Taylor, Gilberth, Gantt and Maynard to the field of Industrial Engineering. 

Method Study: Steps, Tools & Techniques used in the Method Study, Process Chart, Symbols, Flow Diagrams, Two Hand Chart, Multiple Activity Chart, 5W and 1 H, Use of Motion Pictures and its analysis. SIMO chart, Chronocylegraph. Developing, Presentation, Installation & Maintenance of new Methods.  

Unit II

Work Measurement

Time Study: Aim & Objectives, Terminology & Tools, Use of stopwatch procedure in making Time Study. Time Study Forms, Performance rating, allowances and its types. Calculation of Standard Time. Time Study for indirect functions such as Maintenance and Marketing. Criticism of Time Study.

Work Sampling: Definition, Objectives. Theory of Work samplings, Confidence level, Sample Size, Determination of Standard time using work Sampling, Other application of Work Sampling, Errors in Work Sampling study.

Synthetic & Standard data Methods: Concepts, Introduction to PMTS, MTM1, WFS, and Basic Motion Time Study. MTM2 & Other second Generation Methods, MOST. 

 

Unit III

Job Evaluation & Job Rating: Definition & Methods. Different types remuneration and Incentive systems.

Ergonomics: Definition and Importance of Ergonomics in Industry. Basic Anatomy of Human Body, Anthropometrics, Data Collection and Application, Measurements of Physical Work and its techniques, Work and rest Cycles, Work and Rest Cycles, Bio- Mechanical Factors, Operator Working Conditions. Effect of Working Environment such as light, Noise, Moisture and Heat on operators’ performance 

 

Unit IV

Evolution of Management Practices: Characteristics, Objectives, Functions, Principles and types of Management. Scientific Management- Contribution of F. W. Taylor and H. Fayol to the Management thought.

Organisation: Definition, Principles, Functions and Types of Organization.

Group dynamics: Definition, Types Characteristics, Functions & Objectives Groups & Group Dynamics. Objectives Business Enterprise, Concept of Firm & Industry, Different forms of Business--Proprietor, Partnership Firm, Private & Public Limited Company, Cooperatives, Private & Public Trusts.

Entrepreneurship-Concept & Qualities of Good Entrepreneur.

 

Unit V

Motivation: Human Needs & Different Theories of Human Needs. Definition, Types of Motivation, Theories of Motivations-McGregor’s Theory of X and Theory of Y, Hrzberg’s Theory of Two Factor, David C. McCelland’s Theory of Achievement, Expectance/Valence Theory of Victor Vroom & Porter & Lawler’s Model. 

Leadership: Definition, Styles & functions of Leadership. Qualities for good leadership. Role of the Leader  

Communication- Definition, Importance and Elements of Communication. Methods of Communication- Verbal, Written & Body Languages. 

 

Unit VI

Costing: Definition & types of Costs &Cost Center. Elements of Cost, Types & Methods of Costing. Pricing under Perfect, Imperfect, Monopolistic and Global Conditions. 

Economics: Introduction, Utility Concept, and Law of Demand and Supply. Elasticity of Demand and Supply. Law of Diminishing Returns.

Types & Sources Of Finance Different Financial Institutions and their role in Industrial Development 

 

Text Books:

1.             S.K.Sharma and S.Sharma, “A Course In Industrial Engineering And Operation Management” –S.K.Kataria & Sons, New Delhi

2.            O.P.Khanna ,“Work Study”.

3.         Banga And Sharma,“Industrial Organization And Management” –, Khanna Publishers

 

Reference Books:

1.   Work Study: ILO Publication

  1. Mansoor Ali & Dalela -Industrial Engineering And Measurement System, Standard Publisher Distributors
  2. Fredrick Harbison and Chrles A. Myers, “Education, Man Power and Economic Growth: Strategies Of Human Resource Development”- Mc-Graw Hill-1964.
  3. C.B.Memoria ,Personal Management,12th Edition1994, Himalaya Publications.
  4. Fraidon Mazda, Engineering Management, Personal Education Asia, Third Edition-2000.
  5. Luthans F , Organisational Behaviour, , 7th edition Mc-Graw Hill Inc, New Delhi.
  6. T.N.Chabra , Principles & Practices Of Management, Dhanpat lal & Company.



 

 

211091  Workshop Practice

Teaching Scheme:                                                                                              Examination Scheme:

Practical: 2 Hrs/Week                                                                                Term Work: 50 Marks  

Each candidate shall be required to complete and submit the following term work:

I) Jobs:

1. Plain and taper turning (one job)

2. Forging and Grinding of lathe tool with one knife end and other Vee end (one job)

3. Making a simple solid pattern involving wood turning (one job).

4. Welding (gas or arc) ... one job.  

II) Journal and Demonstration:

Assignments on machine tools will be in the form of a journal based on demonstrations on machine tools. This should include sketches and relevant descriptions as given below:

i.                                                  Block Diagrams (Any two)

1.                                             Lathe

2.                                             Universal milling machine

3.                                             Radial drilling machine

4.                                             Cylindrical grinder.

ii.                                                  Accessories (Any two)

1.                                             Taper turning attachment for a center lathe.

2.                                             Universal dividing head.

Milling cutters.