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Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal‟s

SHRI BHAGUBHAI MAFATLAL POLYTECHNIC NATAKKAR RAM GANESH GADKARI MARG

VILE PARLE (WEST), MUMBAI-400056

CURRICULUM

Shri Bhagubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic started 03 year’s Diploma courses and affiliated to the Board of Technical Examinations, Maharashtra State, in

1963. Since 1969, academic freedom was granted to the Polytechnic, which enabled it to evolve curriculum and examination scheme and to introduce

inplant training, resulting into industry institute interaction. Thus 4 years’ semester sandwich pattern came in existence. Since 1978-79 academic freedom

was extended to all the full-time diploma courses. In 1989-90, full autonomy was granted to all seven full-time diploma courses. As a further development

to the above, the Multi-Point Entry and Credit System (MPE&CS) was initiated in 1981 on the progressive basis. In the scheme students can regulate their

pace of studies within the rules prescribed. From 1993-94, full academic autonomy was extended to all the courses.

(Full Time 03 Year with Inplant Training)

Diploma in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (Aided)

The Diploma Courses in Mechanical Engineering lays emphasis on manufacturing in, Design, Fluid and Thermal in engineering industries, Production

management of industries.

To covered the above field in industries. It covers the courses like Manufacturing Process , Thermal Engineering , Design of Machine Elements ,

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, Production Management etc. to support above field.

Objective: Student will be able

1. To work as a shop supervisor.

2. To work as a Design Engineer.

3. To Establish Independent entrepreneurship.

4. To work as a consultant.

5. To study in higher technological field.

VISION

To be a leading and benchmark department through value based technical education and constantly pursuing excellence.

MISSION

MM1: To deliver competent and creative Mechanical Engineering graduates.

MM2: To ensure that students are equipped with entrepreneurial leadership, communication skill and ethical values required for engineering

profession and society.

MM3: To develop faculty through continuous improvement and training programs.

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Programme Educational Objectives:

Objectives of Mechanical Engineering Programme is to produce Mechanical Engineering graduates who will

PEO1: Apply the principles of science, mathematics and engineering to solve real world problem.

PEO2: Identified as competent, creative and highly valued professional in industry, academia or government.

PEO3: Capable to deal with global, societal and ecological issues.

PEO4: Capable to embrace new opportunities

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

After the successful completion of Diploma in Mechanical Engineering students will have:

1. An ability to work as a shop supervisor in manufacturing industry.

2. An ability to work as a resourceful person in marketing, purchase and design department.

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SHRI VILE PARLE LELAVANI MANDAL’S

SHRI BHAGUBHAI MAFATLAL POLYTECHNIC TEACHING & EXAMINATION SCHEME

PROGRAM : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING w. e. f. batch admitted June, 2016

(Progressively)

SEMESTER : I

Sr no COURSE NAME (CODE) PREQ. SUB. CODE

SCEME OF INSTRUCTIONS & PERIODS PER WEEK

NO. OF PAPERS, DURATION & MARKS

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION Group Compulsory/ Optional

Scheme L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr HRS Mks SSL Theory paper

T/W Pract. Oral Total

1 Development of Life skills(160006)

2 - - 1 3 - - - - 50@ - 50** 100 B* 213

2 Basic Mathematics (160002) 3 - - 1 4 3 100 30 70 25@ - - 125 B* 314

3 Applied Physics (160005) 4 2 - - 6 3 100 30 70 25@ 50** - 175 B* 426

4 Applied Mechanics (160001) 3 2 - 1 6 3 100 30 70 50@ - - 150 C* 336

5 Engineering .Drawing I (160200) 2 - 4 - 6 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 C* 246

6 Workshop Practice (160010) 1 4 - - 5 - - - - 50@ - 50 C* 145

7 Environmental studies (160009) 2 - - - 2 - - - - 50@ - - 50 B* 202

TOTAL 17 8 04 03 32 - 400 120 280 300 50 100 850

Total periods (32) Papers = 04

*Compulsory, # Award Winning, ** Assessed by Internal & External Examiners Jointly, @ Assessed by Internal Examiner Only

L- Lecture Period, P- Practical Period, D- Drawing Practice Period, T- Tutorial, Cr- Credit, SSL- Sessional, TW- Term Work, PR- Practical, OR- Oral

Gr- Group, B- Basic, C- Core, A- Application, M- Management

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT PRINCIPAL

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Course: Development of Life Skills

Program: ME/CE/EE/PE/KE/DE/IE Sem : I/II

Course Code: 160006 Group: B*

Teaching and Examination Scheme

Subject

Scheme of instruction and periods per week

Scheme of Examination

Scheme

L/Pr/Cr

Developm

ent of

Life skills

Lec.

Pra

ctic

al

Tu.

No. papers /

Duration/ marks

Sessio

n.

Th

eory

Term

Work

Oral

Total

2 -- 1 --------------- ---- -

-

50@ 50** 100 213

Objective :

Life skills include psycho-social competencies and interpersonal skills that help people make

informed decisions, solve problems, think critically and creatively, communicate effectively, build

healthy relationships, empathize with others, and cope with others in a healthy and productive

manner. It enables us to translate knowledge, attitudes and values into actual abilities. Children

learn Life Skills from parents, teachers and significant others who act as their role models. They

gradually learn to use a particular skill effectively in diverse situation to cope with challenges of

life.

Outcomes:

Students will be able to

1. Face the challenges of the new millennium, ruled by globalization and real life difficulties

of new era.

2. Apply various Life Skills different spheres of professional life and to enhance their ability

to contribute as youth force.

3. Learn to make maximum use of time for more creative and constructive work.

4. Understand their social responsibility of the and enhance their positive and healthy

behavior.

Topic No.

Topic & sub Topic Hours Marks

1. Personality Development 1.1 Introduction,

1.2 Determinants of Personality- biological,

Psychological and socio- cultural factors.

1.3 Areas of Personality development,

02

07

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1.4 self-analysis,

2 Time Management 2.1 Introduction,

2.2 Time planning, How to plan time,

2.3 Time wasters, Time management

2.4 Time matrix etc.

02

06

3.

Stress Management

3.1 Definition of stress,

3.2 Types of personality and stress,

3.3 Sources of stress

3.4 Stress Busters

3.5 Psychological reaction to stress

3.6 Yoga and stress control. etc

02

08

4

Problem Solving and Decision Making Problem Solving

4.1Definition,

4.2 Steps in Problem Solving

4.3 Factors Influencing Problem Solving

Decision Making

4.4 Definition Process, Need Consequences,

4.5 Models of Decision Making

4.6 Goal Setting

03

07

5 Memory and Cognition

1.1 Basic concept of memory

1.2 Dual store Memory Model

1.3 Short term Memory

1.4 Working memory ,

1.5 Long term memory

02

07

6

Motivation 6.1 Introduction to Motivation

6.2 Self- Motivation ,

6.3 Theories of Motivation

02

07

7

Creativity and Innovation 7.1 Nature and Meaning of Creativity and

innovation

7.2 Barriers to Creativity and Innovation

7.3 Attitude & Aptitude

03

08

Conflict Management 8.1 Definition of Conflict

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8 8.2 Sources of Conflict ,

8.3 Types of Conflict,

8.4 Conflict Resolution ,

8.5 Steps In Conflict Resolution

02 08

9

SWOT Analysis 9.1 Concept of SWOT

9.2 Scope of SWOT,

9.3 SWOT as decision making tool ,

9.4 How to go about SWOT

02

07

10.

Health

10.1 Health management

10.2 Food , Exercise and Rest

10.3 Body Observation

10.4 Addictions

02

07

11.

Group discussion & Interview techniques

11.1 Importance of Objective GD

11.2 Procedure for GD,

11.3 Evaluation criteria for GD.

11.4 Types of interviews

11.5 preparation for interviews

11.6 Some Do’s and Don’ts for interview

11.7 FAQ in interview

04

08

12.

Body language

12.1 Importance of Body language

12.2 Eye contact , Gestures , Postures

12.3 Facial expressions, Dress/ appearance

02

07

13

Team Building

13.1 Definition of Team

13.2 Importance and necessity in working team

13.3 Team dynamics

13.4 Transforming groups into teams

02

07

14

Task Management 14.1 Definition of task

14.2 Task characteristics,

14.3 Task sponsor and task stakeholder

14.4 Planning the task

14.5 Task evaluation

02

06

TOTAL 32 100

List of Assignments:

1. Identify your areas of self-development and plan strategies to improve it.

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2. Enlist your time- wasters. And write down how you use your time on any average day, and see how you can improve time utility.

3. Define stress; enlist yours Stressors and Stress- busters .

4. Explain the Functioning of memory and organization of knowledge.

5. What are the things that motivate you ( Friendliness, Warmth, Honesty, Appreciation ) and Things that Demotivate you ( Rejection

, Criticism, Fear of failure , insult )

6. What are the things you would do, if you have only One week to live.

7. Enlist at least ten reasons of personal and interpersonal conflict.

8. Make a general purpose SWOT analysis to discover your strengths and learning areas and on the basis of that decide a career

9. Enlist the types of Interview with Do’s and Don’ts Of Interview

10. Explain the Importance of Body language for interview life.

11. Define Task, enlist the characteristics of task.

Note:

1. Every student has to write minimum ten assignments.

Teacher will do necessary changes in the assignments as per requirement.

Reference Books :

Name of book Author Publication

Life Skills Training for Positive

Behaviour

Nair. A.

Radhakrishnan,

Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of

Youth Development, Tamil Nadu.

Personality Development,

Hurlock, B.

Elizabeth

Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi. 2007

Managing Time First Dr.R.L.Bhatia Wheeler Publishing 1994

Development of Generic skill - I

&

Development of life skills -II

K . Sudesh Nandu Publication ,Mumbai

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1 COURSE DETAILS:

Program: ALL Semester: I

Course: Basic Mathematics Group : B*

Course Code : 160002 Duration: 16 Weeks.

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

3. COURSE OBJECTIVES:

To provide the knowledge of basic mathematical skills of Algebra, Trigonometry &

Co-ordinate geometry applied to solve the engineering problems.

4. COURSE OUTCOMES: At the end of the course the students will be able to

C102.1 Apply the binomial theorem, and partial fractions in relevant engineering topics.

C102.2 Solve Determinant and matrix based problems.

C102.3 Solve problems on Trigonometry using the identities and concept of compound

angles, allied angles, and multiple angles.

C102.4 Construct the equation of a straight line and circle in various forms.

5. CONTENTS:

SECTION-I

S. NO. TOPICS PERIODS MARKS

A ALGEBRA

1 PARTIAL FRACTIONS

1.1.Definition of partial fraction, proper and improper

fractions

1.2.To resolve into partial fractions

- Linear factors

- Repeated linear factors

- Non repeated quadratic

04 10

2 DETERMINANTS

2.1Definition and expansion of 2nd and 3rd order

determinant

2.2Cramer`s rule to solve equations in 2 and 3

unknowns

2.3 Properties of determinant and solving problems

03 06

3 LOGARITHM

3.1 Introduction & Definition

3.2 Laws of Logarithm with proof

3.3 Change of Base

3.4 Numerical Problems

03 06

4 MATRICES

3.1 Definition of a matrix of order m x n and types of

matrices

08 16

Scheme of

Instructions and

Periods per week

Theory Paper

duration and

marks

Scheme of Examination Grp Scheme

L P D T CR Hours Marks SSL Paper T/W PR Orals Total L/P/CR

3 - - 1 4 3 100 30 70 25@ - - 125 B* 314

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3.2 Addition, subtraction, scalar multiplication and

multiplication between

Matrices

3.3 Transpose of a matrix

3.4 Minor cofactor of an element of a matrix, adjoint of

matrix and inverse

of matrix by ad joint method

3.5 Solution of simultaneous equations containing 2 and

3 unknowns by

matrix inversion methods

5 BINOMIAL THEOREM

5.1 Definition of combination

5.2 Expansion

5.3 Middle term

5.4 Independent term

5.5 Approximate value

06 12

Total 24 50

SECTION-II

B TRIGONOMETRY

6 TRIGONOMETRY

6.1 Trigonometric ratios of allied compound and sub-

multiple angles

6.2 Factorization and de-factorization formulae.

6.3 Inverse trigonometric functions , principle value

6.4 Properties of the triangle

6.5 Solution of triangle

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C CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY

7 STRAIGHT LINE

7.1 Slope and intercept of straight line

7.2 Equation of straight line

- Slope point form

- Slope intercept form

- Two point form

- Intercept form

- Normal form

7.3 Intersection of two lines, angle, condition of parallel

and perpendicular lines

7.4 Length of perpendicular from a point on the line

7.5 Perpendicular distance between two parallel lines

06 12

8 CIRCLE

8.1Equation of circle

- Centre radius form

- Diameter form

- Intercept form

8.2 General equation of circle

8.3 Tangent line and normal line

06 12

TOTAL 24 50

6. TERM WORK:

One assignment on each topic consisting of problems covering all varieties, continuously assessed by

teacher & submitted by student at the end of term.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING):

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1. Teaching Plan

2. Tutorials

3. Assignments

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

S. N. Author Title Edition Publisher & Address

1 Shri. S.P.Deshpande Calculus for Polytechnics Latest Pune Vidyarthi Graha

Prakashan Pune-30

2 Shri. B.M. Patel

Shri J.M. Rawal

Applied Mathematics Latest Nirali Prakashan

Mumbai

3 Dr. B.S. Grewal Higher Engineering

Mathematics

Latest Khanna Publishers 2/B,

Delhi-6

4 J.N. Wartikar,

P.N. Wartikar

A text book of Applied

Mathematics

Latest Pune Vidyarthigraha

Prakashan, Pune-30

8. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

Program : C/M/E/IE/PL/CH/DE Engineering Semester : I/ II

Duration : 16 Weeks

Course : Applied Physics Course Code :160005

Group : Basic (B*) Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions

& Periods per Week

No. of Papers,

Duration & Marks Scheme of Examination

Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr NP Hrs Mks SSL Theory

Paper T/W Pract. Oral Total

4 2 - - 6 1 3 100 30 70 25@ 50** - 175 4/2/6

3. OBJECTIVES:

To understand the physical properties of engineering materials.

To understand the principles and laws of physics.

To understand the physical quantities and it’s relation with one another.

To develop laboratory skills of investigations for use in production and technology.

4. OUTCOMES:

After the successful completion of the course the student will be able to:

Compute the various physical quantities with accuracy and precision.

Recognize the use of physical properties of different materials.

Choose and classify materials for different engineering applications.

Calculate the errors and minimize it during experiment.

Demonstrate the various physical phenomenon.

List the materials required to proceed work.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

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A) THEORY CONTENTS

SECTION-I

Chapter Content Hour

s

Mark

s

1. 1.0:

1.1 Fundamental, Derived, Supplementary SI units.

1.2 Accuracy and Precision in Measurement.

1.3 Significant figures in measured quantities and

estimation of the errors.

04 06

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2. 2 : Properties of matter : Elasticity , Surface

Tension , Viscosity

2.1 Elasticity : 2.1.1 Deforming force , restoring force ,elastic and

plastic body.

2.1.2 Stress and strain with their types.

2.1.3 Elastic limit , Hooke’s law.

2.1.4 Moduli of elasticity.

2.1.5 Stress-strain diagram , behavior of wire under

continuously increasing load.

2.1.6 Defination of yield point , ultimate stress, factor

of safety.

2.1.7 Numericals on stress , strain and Young’s

modulus.

2.2 Surface Tension :

2.2.1Molecular force , cohesive and adhesive force,

molecular range ,sphere of influence.

2.2.3 Definition of surface tension and its S.I. unit,

angle of contact.

2.2.4 Capillary action with examples, shape of

meniscus for water and mercury.

2.2.5 Relation between surface tension ,capillary rise

and radius of capillary ( no derivation ).

2.2.6 Effect of impurity and temperature on surface

tension,

2.2.7 Numericals on relation between surface tension

,capillary rise and radius.

2.3 Viscosity : 2.3.1Fluid friction ,viscous force.

2.3.2 Definition of viscosity, velocity gradient.

2.3.3 Newton’s law of viscosity, Defination coefficient

of viscosity and its S.I. unit.

2.3.4 Streamline and turbulent flow with examples,

critical velocity,

2.3.5 Experimental determination : Poiseuille’s method

for viscosity ,Stoke’s method.

2.3.6 Variation of viscosity with temperature.

2.3.7 Reynolds number and its significance.

2.3.8 Stoke’s formula : Free fall of body through

viscous medium ( no derivation ).

2.3.9 Numericals on coefficient of viscosity ,

Reynold’s number and Stoke’s formula.

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3

4.

3. Heat and Temperature:

3.1 Heat :

3.1.1 Conduction, convenction and radiation, good and

bad conductor of heat with examples.

3.1.2 Law of thermal conductivity, coefficient of

thermal conductivity and its S.I. unit.

3.1.3 Defination of linear, aerial and cubical expansion

and relation between them ( no derivation).

3.1.4 General Metallurgical processes.

3.2 Temperature :

3.2.1Boyle’s law, Charle’s law, Gay Lussac’s law.

3.2.2Absolute zero temperature, Kelvin scale of

temperature, general gas equation (statement only).

3.2.3 Effect of temperature on physical parameter

3.2.4Temperaturemeasurement:Opticalpyrometer,Ther

moelectric thermometer.

4 SOUND , ULTRASONIC AND ACOUSTICS :

4.1 Simple Harmonic Motion :

4.1.1 Uniform circular motion, periodic motion,

Vibrationa motion ( definition with

examples ),

4.1.2 Simple Harmonic Motion ( S.H.M.)

( Defination )

4.1.3 Characteristics of S.H.M.

4.1.4 Amplitude , Frequency, Period of S.H.M.

4.1.5 General equations of ( S.H.M.) ( no derivation)

4.1.6 Graphical representation of S.H.M. ( only diagram

).

4.1.7 Phase of S.H.M. , Epoch or phase constant of

S.H.M. ( definition ).

4.1.8 Numericals on amplitude , frequency and period

of S.H.M.

4.2 Wave Motion

4.2.1Defination of Wave motion, amplitude, period,

frequency and wavelenghth.

4.2.2 Relation between velocity, frequency,and

wavelength.

4.2.3Equation of progressive wave ( no derivation ).

4.2.3 Longitudinal and transverse wave.

4.2.4 Defination and formation of stationary wave.

4.2.5 Defination of Node, Andtinode, Free vibration,

Forced vibration and Resonance.

4.2.6 Velocity of sound by resonance tube.

4.2.7 Frequency of A.C. Supply by Sonometer. 4.2.7

Numericals on relation v = nλ and

resonance.

4.3 Acoustics and Reverberation :

4.3.1Defination of Echo, Reverberation, Reverberation

time.

4.3.2 Sabine’s formula ( no derivation ).

06

10

08

18

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4.3.3 Defination of Absorption coefficient, Open

window unit (OWU), Absorption

coefficient in terms of OWU.

4.3.4 Essential features for good acoustics or Acoustical

planning.

4.3.5 Production of ultrasonic , Propertise ,

applications

4.3.6 Numerical problems on Sabine’s formula.

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Total

32 50

SECTION-II

Cha

pter

Content

5. 5 OPTICS :

5.1 Photoelectric effect : 5.1.1 Statement of photoelectric effect , Planck’s hypotheses,

Einstein’s equation.

5.1.2 Defination : Threshold wavelength , Threshold frequency,

Work function.

5.1.2 Study of experimental set up for study of photoelectric

effect, Study of factors on which photoelectric effect depend on.

Defination : Stopping potential.

5.1.3 Characteristics of photoelectric effect.

5.1.4 Photocells : Photoemissive, photoconductive,

photovoltaic.

5.1.5 Engineering applications.

5.1.6 Numericals on energy of photon , work function,

Einstein’s equation.

5.2 Interference :

5.2.1 Interference of light, Interference pattern. Constructive

interference, Destructive interference. Steady

interference of light.

5.2.2 Conditions for steady interference pattern

5.2.3 Formation of thin film, Newton’s rings, Newton’s rings

setup, Explanation of formation of Newton’s rings.

Wavelength of source of light (No derivation)

5.2.4 Optical flatness, Engineering Applications.

5.3 Diffraction : 5.3.1 Diffraction of light, Diffraction at a slit,

5.3.2 Diffraction Grating, Characteristics of grating spectra.

5.4 Polarization :

5.4.1 Polarization of light, Defination : Plane of polarization,

plane of vibration

5.4.2 Explanation of polarization of light, Nicol prism.

5.4.3 Optical activity and optically active substance, List of

optically active substances.

5.4.4 Dextro-rotatory or right handed substances, Laevo-

rotatory or left handed substances.

5.4.5 Defination: Optical rotation, Specific rotation.

5.4.6 Lorentz half shade polarimeter

5.4.7 Engineering applications of polarization.

5.4.8 Numericals on diffraction grating and specific rotation.

10 15

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6. 6.0 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM:

6.1 Coulomb’s law , Intensity and Potential :

6.1.1 Coulomb’s inverse square law for electric charges,

Electric fields, Intensity of electric field.

6.1.2 Electric line of forces, Properties of electric line of forces.

6.1.3 Electric flux, Electric flux density, Relation between flux

density and Intensity of electric field.

6.1.4 Electric potential, Absolute electric potential.

6.1.5 Expression for the potential at a point due to a point

charge, Absolute potential at a point, Potential of Earth.

Intensity of Electric field at a point, Potential Numerical

problems.

6.2 Capacotor : 6.2.1 Capasity of conductor, Defination: Capacitance, Farad.

6.2.2 Capacitance of Spherical conductor, Principle of capacitor

( condenser ).

6.2.3 Capacitors in series and parallel, Expression for the

energy stored,

6.3.4 Numericals on capacitor.

6.4 Current electricity :

6.4.1 Ohm’s law, Resistence, Specific resistance, Combination

of resistances, e.m.f. and p.d., Temperature coefficient of

resistance.

6.4.2 Wheatstone’s network, Wheatstone’s network,

Wheatstone’s Bridge(W.B.), Potentiometer , Applications ,

Numerical problems on specific resistances and

wheatstone’bridge.

6.4 Magnetic materials :

6.4.1 Modern concepts of magnetism, Dia, Para,

Ferromagnetism,

6.4.2 Testing of magnetic materials , Current carrying

conductor in magnetic field,

6.4.3 Moving coil galvanometer , Shunt.

09 15

7. 7.0 MODERN PHYSICS :

7.1 Bohr’s theory :

7.1.1 Bohr’s Postulates , Energy level diagram for hydrogen

atom.

7.2 Crystal Structure 7.2.1 Space lattice, Unit cell, Cubic Crystal Sructures- Simple

cubic,(S.C.), Body centred cubic(B.C.C.), Face centred

cubic(F.C.C.).

7.2.2 Number of atoms per unit cell, Atomic radius, Co-

ordination number, Packing density.

7.2.3 Atomic planes and spacing, Miller indices.

7.3 Band theory of solids

7.3.1 Classification of materials in to conductorsm

semiconductors and insulators , Doping,

7.3.2 Formation of p type and n type semiconductor.

7.5 Lasers :

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7.5.1 Elementary idea , Spontaneous and Stimulated emissions,

Ruby laser, Helium-neon laser.

7.6 Fibre optics 7.6.1Total internal reflection, Wave guide for light, optical

fibre-step index and graded ibdex, Applications.

8 8.0 SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND

NANOTECHNOLOGY:

8.1 Super conductivity :

8.1.1 Principle of superconductivity, zero ohmic resistance,

Meissner effect.

8.1.2 Properties and Applications.

8.2 Nanotechnology :

8.2.1 Nano – Technology , Nano – science , Nano – materials ,

Nano – machines.

8.2.2 Instruments being used in Nano – technology , Five

generation of Nano – technology , Carbon

allutrops,Applications.

03 05

Total 32 50

B) PRACTICAL CONTENTS :

a) Experimets to be perform ( Any 10 ) :

1. Use of Measuring Instruments – Vernier Callipers , Micrometer Screw Gauge ,

Spherometer.

2. Young’s Modulus by Searle’s Apparatus.

3. Surface tension by Capillary rise method.

4. Viscosity by Poiseuille’s method.

5. Thermal conductivity of a good conductor by Searle’s Apparatus.

6. Velocity of sound by Resonance.

7. Frequency of A.C. Supply by Sonometer and Verification by C.R.O.

8. Study of Spectrometer ( Minimum Deviation and Refractive Index and Angle of Prism)

9. Wavelength of Light by Diffraction Grating.

10. Specific rotation by Polarimeter.

11. ‘J ‘by Elecrtical Method.

12. Use of Wheatstone’s Bridge ( Resistance , Specific resistance ).

13. Use of Potentiometer ( Principle , Comparison of e.m.f.s of Cell , Calibration of

Voltmeter).

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14. Study of Crystal Structure.

15. Wavelenght of Laser Beam ( He – Ne ) by Diffraction Grating.

b) Demonstrations ( Any 04)

i) Use of Precision Measuring Instruments ( Dial Vernier , Dial Micrometer , Travelling

Microscope etc.)

ii) Poisson’s Ratio for Rubber Tube.

iii) Temperature of Flame ( Optical Pyrometer )

iv) Spectra of Ionised Gases.

v) Study of Photocell.

vi) Study of Newton’s Rings.

vii) Study of Para and Diamagnetism by Electromagnet.

6. TERM WORK :

Compulsory term-work on the list of experiments written in a journal and carrying – marks on

timely submission basis specified at the index sheet of Physics Journal.

7. SCHEME OF PRACTICAL EXAMINATION:

( i ) Each candidate will be examined in one experiment from among those prescibed in the syllabus. The

duration of the experiment will be two hours (with a coupling of Demonstration if any ).

( ii ) The performance of the candidate in the practical examination will be assessed out of 50 marks as shown in

the following scheme.

Scheme of Assessement :

a) Connections , adjustments and observations………………………….20 marks

b) Circuit Diagram, figures and tabulation………………………………10 marks

c) Formula, calculations and graphs if any………………………………10 marks

d) Oral……………………………………………………………………05 marks

e) Correct answer or appropriate result………………………………….05 marks

Total…………………………………..50 marks

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8. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY ( PLANNING ):

( i ) Theory – Lesson Plan

( ii ) Practical – Scheme of making for T/W, Scheme of assessment for Practical Examination.

Sr.

No

.

Author Title Publishers & Address

1. R.K. Gaur and

S.L. Gupta Engineering Physics

Dhanpat Rai Publishing Co.

New Delhi

2. M.R.Shrinivasan Physics for Engineers New Age International , New

Delhi

3.

P.G.Kshirsagar

and

M.N.Avandhunu

lu

A Text Book of Engineering

Physics

S.Chand and Co. Ltd , New

Delhi

4.

Gambhir,

Durgapal and

Banerji

Introductory Physics –

Volume 1,2 & 3 Wiley Eastern

QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

Program :ALL Semester: I

Course: Applied Mechanics Group: C*

Course Code:160001 Duration:16 Weeks

1. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Teaching Scheme Credits Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory

Hours /

Week

Practical

Hours /

Week

Paper Theory Marks

Sessional Marks

Term Work

Practical

/Orals Total

Tutorial Hours. N/P Marks

3 2 1 6 3 1 100 70 30 50@ - 150

2. COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Applied Mechanics course is the study of Forces and their effect on moving or stationary bodies. Also

the concept of Mechanics will be useful to understand the further subjects materials & structures,

analysis of structures and design.

3. COURSE OUTCOMES:

C205.1 Define and classify force & its systems.

C205.2 State and explain principles of resultant and equilibrium of system of

forces.

C205.3 Calculate resultant and equilibrium of system of forces analytically and

graphically.

C205.4 Understand, apply and calculate force systems to friction, centroid and

for beam reactions.

C205.5 Define understand apply and calculate laws of simple lifting machines.

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SECTION I

4. CONTENT

Chapter Topics Periods Marks

1

Introduction to Mechanics, 3 6

1.1 Mechanics definition, classification, Statics & Dynamics, Kinematics,

kinetics

1.2 Fundamental units of measurements (FPS, MKS, SI), derived Units,

Conversion of units, Scalars & Vectors with examples

1.3 Definition of particle, body and rigid body, mass & weight.

2

Resolution Of Forces 5 10

2.1 Concept of force, definition, unit, graphical representation

of force

2.2 Concept of system of forces, non-coplanar, coplanar, concurrent,

Parallel, non-concurrent & non-parallel forces.

2.3 Resolution of a force into two components along any directions.

2.4 Resolution of a force into two components at right angles to each

Other by analytical method.

(Applications levers, chain & links, connected bodies like trains etc.)

3

Composition Of Forces 5 10

3.1 Composition, Resultant of force

3.2 Law of parallelogram of forces,

3.3 Moment of force, couples lever arm,

3.4 Varignon’s theorem

3.5 Resultant of coplanar concurrent, parallel, and non-concurrent, non-

parallel forces

(Applications in shafts, crane, joints of trusses, etc )

4

Equilibrium 6 13

4.1 Definition of equilibrant., relation between Resultant and Equilibrant,

Conditions of Equilibrium, Types of Equilibrium Stable, Unstable and

Neutral equilibrium

4.2 Equilibrium of coplanar concurrent forces, Lami’s theorem.

4.3 Equilibrium of coplanar parallel forces & coplanar Non- concurrent

Forces.

4.4Analytical conditions of equilibrium for coplanar concurrent

&Non-concurrent Forces.

(Applications of crane stability, link mechanisms, inclined plane, wedges,

anchor blocks for water pipe lines, balance, levers, pulley & pulley

blocks)

(d) Extension of springs.

(e) Compression of springs

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5

Beam Reactions 5 11

5.1 Types of supports (constraints), simple, roller, hinged & fixed.

5.2 Types of Beams, simply supported, hinged & roller supported, Cantilever, Over hang

Beams.

5.3 Types of Loads, Point(Concentrated) Load, Uniformly Distributed Load(U D L)

5.4 Problems on above combination of loads

(Application like bearings of shafts, guy, rocker and roller supports of railway bridges, )

Total 24 50

SECTION II

6

Friction 6 13

6.1 Definition, types of friction, Static friction, dynamic friction

6.2 Fundamental laws of static friction. Coefficient of friction.

6.3 Cone of friction. Angle of friction, Angle of repose, Rolling

6.4 friction

6.5 Study of inclined plane, wedge and block system, ladder friction.

(Application in clutches, Brakes, Dynamometers, journals, Belt & Rope drives, stator &

Rotor in electric motors, Bearings.)

7

Centre of gravity 6 12

7.1 Center of gravity of solids, centroid of plane laminas, definition,

7.2 Concept of parallel forces applied to find c,g, and centroid , centroid/c.g. axes of a

body/lamina, c.g. / centroid of basic regular Shapes.

7.3 Applications like floating bodies, dams & retaining wall sections

beams columns sections (rolled steel), simple and built up sections

(Applications like floating bodies, dams, retaining walls, columns etc.)

8

Simple Lifting Machines (Application topic) 6 13

8.1 Definition: Mechanical Advantage, Velocity Ratio,

Efficiency, Relation between them, Friction in machine in

terms of load & Effort.

8.2 Law of Machine, Maximum M.A., Maximum efficiency,

Condition for reversibility of a machine

8.3 Study of machines – Simple and Differential Axle & Wheel

Weston differential pulley block, Simple screw jack, Worm &

Worm Wheel, Single & Double purchase crab winch, system Of

pulleys.

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9

Graphics Statics 6 12

9.1 Space diagram, Bows notation.

9.2 Law of Triangle of forces, Polygon of forces, Force/Vector diagram

9.3 Resultant and equilibrium of concurrent forces

9.4 Polar diagram, Funicular polygon

9.5 Resultant and equilibrium of non –concurrent and non- parallel forces

1.Applications in finding reactions of beams Stresses in simple frames

TOTAL 24 50

6. PRACTICALS:

Term Work consists of Journal containing minimum 10 experiments performed of the following in the Laboratory.

1. Extension / Compression of the spring.

2. Bell Crank Lever.

3. Two/Three Sheave Pulley Block.

4. Simple Screw Jack.

5. Single / Double Purchase Crab Winch

6. Differential Axle & Wheel.

7. Centroid Of Plane Lamina

8. Sheer Leg & Derrick Crane.

9. Resultant of Non Concurrent Non Parallel Forces.

10. Friction : (a) Friction between wooden surfaces (b)Friction between wooden surfaces and glass,

metal surfaces

11. Jib crane

12. Graphic Statics

Moment Of Inertia of Fly Wheel.

7. Reference Books:

Sr.

No.

Author Title Edition Year of

Publicatio

n

Publishers & Address

1. Dhade &

Jamdar

Applied Mechanics 2nd 2002 Central Techno Publishers, Nagpur

2. R. S. Khurmi Applied Mechanics 19th 2001 S. Chand & Company Ram Nagar,

New Delhi – 110 055.

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3. A. K. Tayal Engineering

Mechanics Statics &

Dynamics

9th 1998 Umesh Publications

4 Sunil M Deo Applied Mechanics

Vol. I & II

7th 2004 Nirali / Pragati

Publications Mumbai

5 M D Dayal Applied Mechanics 1st 2000 Nandu Publishers. Chembur, Mumbai-71.

6 S S BHAVIKATTI Applied Mechanics Tata Mcgrew Hill

8. Question Paper Pattern:

Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. SUBJECT DETAILS:

Courses :Mechanical Engineering Semester : I Duration : 16 Weeks Course: Engineering Drawing – I Code : 160200 Group : C*

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Teaching Scheme Credits Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory Practical Paper TH Sessional T/W Oral Total

Hrs Per Hrs per

Hrs NP Mks

Week Week

02 04 06 3 01 100 70 30 50 @ 50** 200

3. OBJECTIVES:

Engineering drawing helps in understanding design of parts, assembly, structure etc. used in

engineering field. It supports technology and technical subjects. By achieving visualization and drawing

skills, the student will successfully discharge his role on shop floor, design department and inspection

department etc. 4. COURSE OUTCOME:

After the successful completion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Read and write the language of Engineering Graphics: study its basic theory and be familiar with

its accepted conventions and abbreviations. 2. Develop the ability to visualize and communicate three dimensional shapes. 3. Comprehend general projection theory, with emphasis on orthographic projection to represent

three-dimensional objects in two-dimensional views 4. Plan and prepare neat isometric drawings of regular planes and solids

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

Section - I

Chapter Contents Marks Hours

1. 1.0 Introduction :

1.1 Importance of Engineering Drawing for the study of technical

courses.

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1.2 Study the use of Drawing instruments, types of lines and

Dimensioning techniques used in Engineering Drawings.

1.3 Study the used of different Scales in Engineering Drawings

1.3.1 Reduce Scale

1.3.2 Enlarge Scale

1.3.3 Full Size Scale

1.3.4 Plain Scale

1.3.5 Diagonal Scale

1.4 Geometrical constructions. Practice sheet/s: 1. One sheet on lettering, lines, dimensioning techniques and

geometrical constructions.

2. 2.0 Conic Sections:

2.1 Ellipse: Oblong, arcs of circle and concentric circle

method.

2.2 Parabola: Eccentricity and rectangular methods.

2.3 Hyperbola: Eccentricity and rectangular methods.

Practice sheet/s

1. One sheet with four problems on Ellipse Parabola

and Hyperbola, Involute and Helix.

2. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook

15 06

3. 3.0 Orthographic Projections : 3.1 Concept of principal planes and quadrants

3.2 Using I and III angle projection Methods

3.3 Projections of various objects having flat inclined and

curved surfaces having I and III angle method.

Practice sheet/s: 1. One sheet on orthographic projection four objects with linear

features

2. Home Assignment: Four problems in drawing sheets.

3. Conversion of pictorial views in to non-sectional orthographic

views. The objects may have slots, holes cavities etc.

Practice sheet/s

1. One sheet with non-sectional orthographic views for the objects

with curvilinear features

2. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook

20 04

4. 4.0 Loci of points :

1 Slider crank mechanism 2 Offset Slider crank mechanism 3 Crank with a link resting on a roller 4 Two equal cranks rotating in opposite directions. 5 Two unequal cranks: The shorter crank rotating the

longer oscillating 6. Two unequal cranks: Both oscillating

15 04

Total 50 16

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Section - II

5. 5.0 Engineering curves :

5.1 Cycloidal curves: Cycloid, epicycloids, hypocycloid

(Simple cases)

5.2 involute of circle and polygon.(Simple cases)

5.3 Helix on cylinder (not on cone) Practice sheet/s:

1. One sheet with four Problems containing cycloid, epicycloids, hypocycloid, involute and helix

2. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook

10 04

6. 6.0 Conversion of Pictorial View into Sectional Orthographic: 6.1 Conversion of pictorial views with cutting plane into

sectional orthographic projection ( full section only )

Practice sheet/s

1. One sheet with four problems.

2. Home assignments: four problems in sketchbook.

20 06

7. 7.0 Isometric Views / Projections:

7.1 problems of Isometric Views and Projections of linear and

curvilinear features.

Practice sheet/s:

1. Concept of Isometric scale and natural scale. 2. One sheet with four problems on Isometric view

having linear and curvilinear features.

3. On sheet with four problems on Isometric projection

having linear and curvilinear features

4. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook

20 06

50 16

6. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) :

In depth study and understanding of the subject will be implemented by adoption of

the following strategy :

1. Theory Teaching Plan

2. Term Work Plan for practical giving problems to draw in the class.

3. Home assignments to practice at home

4. Conduct of three periodical test

5. Use of OHP models and charts during theory class and practical periods

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7.REFERENCE BOOKS :

Sr.No. Author Title Edition Year of Publishers & Address

Publication

1. N.D.Bhatt and Geometrical and Machine 14th 2000 Rupalee Pub.Opp.

Panchal drawing Amul Dairy, Court

Rd, Anand

2. R.K. Dhawan Engineering drawing 2nd 2001 S.Chand & Co.Ltd., Ram Nagar

New Delhi-110 055

3. N.H. Dubey Engineering drawing 2nd 2001 S.Chand & Co. Ltd ,Ram Nagar

8.Instruction to paper setters/ Pattern of question paper

SECTION-I

Q.1.Attempt the following. (15)

a) On unit no.2

Q.2 Attempt any one of the following. (20)

a) Ontopic no.3.

Q.3 Attempt any one of the following. (15)

a) On unit no.4

b) On unit no4

SECTION-II

Q.4.Attempt the following. (20)

a) On unit no.7

Q.5 Attempt any one of the following. (10)

a) On unit no.5

b) On unit no.5

Q.6 Attempt any two of the following. (20 )

a) On unit no.9

b) On unit no.6

c) On unit no.6

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1. Course Details

Course: Workshop Practice Course Code : 160010

Program:

ME/PE/CH Semester – I

Program:

CE/EE/IE/DE Semester – II

Group: C* Duration – 16 weeks

2. Teaching and Examination Scheme

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory Practical Credits

Paper Theory Sessional

Term OR Total

Hrs per Hrs Per Hrs NP Mks Work

Week Week

01 04 05 - - - - - 50 @ - 50

3. Course Objective:

The students will be able to:

1. Know safety precautions while working on various machines.

2. Understand, select and use of various tools and equipments in fitting, carpentry, welding and plumbing.

3. Read and interpret job drawing

4. Operate, control different machines and equipments.

5. Inspect the job for specified dimensions

6. Produce jobs as per specified dimensions.

4. Course Outcome: The student will be able to

1. Identify various marking, measuring, holding, striking and cutting tools & equipments.

2. Explain various manufacturing processes for industrial product.

3. Use various workshop equipments and tools for different workshop jobs

4. Recall safety practices while working in industry.

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5. Detailed Contents Sr.No. Details of Theory Contents Period

01 CARPENTRY SHOP 04

1. Introduction.

2. Various types of Woods.

3 3. Different types of Tools, Machines and Accessories

02 PLUMBING 04

1. Introduction.

2. Various marking, measuring, cutting, holding and striking tools.

3. Different G.I. pipes, PVC pipes, Flexible pipes.

4. G. I. pipes and PVC pipes fittings and accessories.

5. Adhesive solvents chemical action.

03 FITTING SHOP 04

1. Introduction

2. Various Marking, Measuring, Cutting, Holding and Striking tools

3. Different Fitting operation like Chipping, Filing, Right angle, Drilling, Tapping

4. Working principle of Drilling machine, Tapping dies and its use.

5. Safety precautions and Safety Equipments

04 WELDING SHOP 04

1. Introduction to welding, soldering, brazing.

2. Types of welding joints, gas welding & gas cutting.

3. safety precautions in welding ,safety equipments and its use in welding process

Total 16

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Practical:

Sr.No. Details of Practical Contents

1 CARPENTRY & PATTERN MAKING SHOP (Group of TWO Students)

1. Demonstration of different Wood Working Tools / Machines.

2. Demonstration of different Wood Working Processes, like Planning, Marking, Chiselling,

Grooving, etc.

3. One Carpentry and one Pattern Making job for group of students.

2 FITTING SHOP (Group of TWO Students)

1. Demonstration of different Fitting Tools and Drilling Machines and Power

Tools.

2. Demonstration of different operations like Chipping, Filing, Drilling, Tapping,

Cutting etc.

3. Two job for a group of student involving practice of Chipping, Filing, Drilling, Tapping, Cutting and sawing operations.

3 PLUMBING SHOP

1. Demonstration of different plumbing tools

2. Demonstration of different operations in plumbing, observing different pipe joints

and pipe accessories. Different samples of PVC pipes and PVC pipe fittings.

3. Demonstration of Pipe threading using standard die sets.

4 WELDING SHOP

1. Demonstration of soldering and brazing proceeses.

2. Assignment on welding including Gas welding processes NOTE:

1] The instructor shall give demonstration to the students by preparing a specimen job as per the job drawing.

2] The workshop diary/journal shall be maintained by each student duly signed by instructor of respective shop

3] Journal should contain

a. Sketches of different tools used in workshop with practical applications.

b. Materials used for different job with their properties, advantages, disadvantages and applications.

c. Job/Part Drawings.

4] Journal should be certified by the lecturer incharge.

References:

1. S.K. Hajara Chaudhary- Workshop Technology-Media Promoters and Publishers, New

Delhi

2. B.S. Raghuwanshi- Workshop Technology- Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi

R K Jain- Production Technology- Khanna Publishers, New Delhi

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

Program : CE/ME/EE/IE/PE/CHE/DE Semester : I/ II

Duration : 16 Weeks

Course : Environmental Studies

Code : 160009

Group : B* (Basic) Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions &

Periods per Week

No. of Papers, Duration

& Marks Scheme of Examination

Sche

me

L/Pr/

Cr.

L P D T Cr NP Hrs Mks SS

L

Theory

Paper T/W

Pract

.

Ora

l

Tota

l

2 -- -- -- 2 -- -- -- -- -- 50@ -- -- 50 202

3. COURSE OBJECTIVES:

To impart knowledge about renewable and non-renewable natural resources.

To understand and appreciate the concept of ecosystems, biodiversity and conservation.

To increase the awareness regarding environmental pollution, climate change, water conservation and

environmental legislations.

4. COURSE OUTCOMES:

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

1. Identify and classify different natural resources and use them prudently.

2. Recognize and categorize the different ecosystems.

3. Discuss and estimate the importance of biodiversity and its conservation.

4. Judge the type of pollution, identify the pollutants and propose and design

methods

to reduce the same

5. Use the information regarding environmental legislation to improve upon their

surroundings for the betterment of the community.

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5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

SECTION-I

Sr. No. Topic Hours

1. 1.0 The Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies:

1.4 Definition, scope and importance

1.5 Need for public awareness

03

2. 2.0 Natural Resources:

2.1) Renewable and non-renewable resources:

Natural resources and associated problems

Forest resources : Use and over-exploitation, deforestation,.

Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forest

and tribal people.

Water resources : Use and over-utilization of surface and

ground water, floods, drought, conflicts over water, dams-

benefits and problems.

Mineral resources : Use and exploitation, environmental

effects of extracting and using mineral resources.

Food resources : World food problems, changes caused by

agriculture and overgrazing, effects of modern agriculture,

fertilizer-pesticide problems, water logging, salinity.

Land resources : Land as a resource, land degradation, man

induced landslides, soil erosion and desertification.

2.2) Energy Crisis:

Energy resources : Renewable Energy Resources – Biogas, Solar energy, Wind

energy, Energy from falling water, Energy from wastes and

tidal energy.

Non-Renewable Energy Resources – Coal, Oil, Natural gas

Issue of economic viability and ability to meet demands.

Inequitable use of energy in urban and rural areas.

10

3. 3.0 Ecosystems :

3.1 Concept of ecosystem.

3.2 Major ecosystems in the world

03

Total 16

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SECTION-II

Sr.

No.

Topic Hours

4. 4.0 Biodiversity and its conservation:

4.1 Concepts

4.2 Threats to biodiversity

4.3 Value and conservation of biodiversity

03

5. 5.0 Environmental Pollution:

5.1 Definition Cause, effects and control measures of

Air pollution

Water pollution

Soil pollution

Noise pollution

Nuclear hazards

5.2 Types of wastes – generation, characteristics, treatment

and disposal of:

Solid waste

e- waste

Biomedical waste

06

6. 6.0 Social Issues and the Environment :

6.1 From Unsustainable to Sustainable development

6.2 Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed

management

6.3 Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions like

Carbon Credit.

6.4 Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer

depletion, nuclear accidents and holocaust.

6.5 Environment legislations-

Legal aspects related to environment

Brief description of various acts involving air, water and

forests.

ISO-14000

Issues involved in enforcement of environmental

legislation

07

Total 16

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5. PRACTICE:

Term work:

• Visit to a local area to document environmental assets river/ forest/ grassland/ hill/ mountain

• Visit to a local polluted site- Urban/ Rural/ Industrial/ Agricultural

• Study of common plants, insects, birds.

• Study of simple ecosystems- pond, river, hill slopes, etc.

• Group discussions, film shows, debates, case studies, expert lectures on the different topics of the

curriculum.

6. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING):

Theory topics and practice experiments should be done simultaneously. This will help the students to understand the

topics.

7. REFERENCE:

Sr.

No.

Author Title Publishers & Address

1. Erach Bharucha Text book of

Environmental studies UGC Press

2. Rajagopalan Environmental studies Oxford University Press

3. Anandita Basak Environmental studies Drling Kindersley(India)Pvt. Ltd

Pearson

4. D.D. Mishra Fundamental concepts in

Environmental studies S. Chand & Co. Ltd.

5. Jain and Jain Role of Tech. in

Environment and Health

Dhanpat Rai Publishing Co. New

Delhi

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SHRI VILE PARLE LELAVANI MANDAL’S

SHRI BHAGUBHAI MAFATLAL POLYTECHNIC

TEACHING & EXAMINATION SCHEME

PROGRAM : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING w. e. f. batch admitted June, 2012 (Progressively) SEMESTER : II - SEMESTER (FULL-TIME)

Sr

no COURSE NAME (CODE) PREQ.

SUB.

CODE

SCEME OF

INSTRUCTIONS &

PERIODS PER WEEK

NO. OF

PAPERS,

DURATION

&MARKS SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Group Compulsory/

Optional

Scheme L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr HRS Mks SSL Theory

paper T/W Pract. Oral TOTAL

1 Communication skill (160003) 3 - - 1 4 3 100 30 70 25@ - - 125 B* 314

2 Engg. Mathematics (160008) 3 - - 1 4 3 100 30 70 25@ - - 125 B* 314

3 Engineering Drawing II

(160201) 2 - 4 - 6 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 C* 246

4 Manufacturing Process and

Materials (160203) 2 4 - - 6 3 100 30 70 50@ - 25** 175 C* 246

5 Applied Chemistry (160007) 4 2 - - 6 3 100 30 70 25@ 50** - 175 B* 426

6 Computer Aided Graphics

(160202) 0 4 4 - - - - 50@ 50** 100 A 044

7 Stress Management (160016) - 2 - - 2 - - - - - - - - M 022

TOTAL 14 12 04 02 32 12 500 150 350 225 100 75 900

Total Periods = 32 Papers = 05

*Compulsory, # Award Winning, ** Assessed by Internal & External Examiners Jointly, @ Assessed by Internal Examiner Only

L- Lecture Period, P- Practical Period, D- Drawing Practice Period, T- Tutorial, Cr- Credit, SSL- Sessional, TW- Term Work, PR- Practical, OR- Oral

Gr- Group, B- Basic, C- Core, A- Application, M- Management

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT PRINCIPAL

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Communication Skills

Program: ME/CE/EE/PE/CH/DE/IE Sem: I/II

Course Code: 160003 Group: compulsory (B*)

Teaching and Examination Scheme

Subject

Scheme of instruction and periods

per week

Scheme of Examination

Scheme

L/Pr/Cr

Communication

Skills

Lec.

Pr

Tu. No. papers /

Duration/

marks

Sessio

nal

Theory

Term

Work

Pract.

Total

03 --- 01 1/ 3hrs/ 100 30 70 25@ --- 125 314

Course Objectives: Language remains a potential communicative medium of

expressing ideas and concepts moods, feelings and attitudes. English is a means not

only of international commerce; but also it is our window to the world. Properly used,

new technology will help students to acquire the communication skills they need to

survive in a complex, highly technological knowledge-based economy world. .

Proficiency in English is a mandatory requirement of any professional workplace in the

global job market. However, the ability to communicate effectively in English does not

come easily to many people. Here arises the need to learn communication skills which

will enable the students to enhance their comprehension, writing and oral skills in

English.

Course Outcomes:

Students will be able to

1. Use the various grammatical structures which will enhance their oral and written

communication.

2. Apply all four language skills (LSRW) Listening, speaking, reading writing in real life

situations to become effective communicator.

3. Demonstrate the proficiency in spoken English by using language lab software

4. Prepare various types of reports, letters at organizational and personal level.

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Section I

No. Contents Hours Marks

1. Language 1.1 Language : Meaning & Nature

1.2 Characteristics of Language

03

08

2.

Development of Language skills - LSRW

2.1 Productive Skills: Speaking and Writing

Types of Speaking and Writing ,

Techniques to improve Speaking and Writing

2.2 Receptive Skills : Listening and Reading

Types of Listening and Reading ,

Techniques of Listening and Reading

05

12

3.

Communication 3.1 Nature and Definition of communication

3.2 Process/ cycle of communication

3.3 Characteristics of communication

04

07

4

Organizational Networks of Communication 4.1 Importance communication in Organization

4.2 Horizontal communication

4.3 Vertical – downward & upward

4.4 Grapevine communication

4.5 Diagonal Communication

04

08

5

Grammar

5.1 Tense & its Types

5.2 Parts of speech

5.3 Degree and Its types

04

07

6.

Vocabulary Building 6.1 Word Formation Processes

Affixation : Prefix ,Suffix, clipping, blending

compounding , Backformation, shortfoms, Acronyms

6.2 Antonyms and synonyms

6.3 Homonyms, homophones , homographs,

6.4 Heteronyms and capitonyms

04

08

Total .

24

50

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Section II

Reference Books:

Name of book Author Publication Aspects of language Teaching Rekha Aslam

Northen Book Centre ,New Delhi 1992

Business Communication Lesikar and Petic Tata Mcgraw Hill Publication New Delhi .

1995

Communication Skills for

Technical students

------- Orient Longman New Delhi .

Business Communication Dr. Urmila Rai Himalaya Publication, Mumbai .

Topic No. Contents Hours Marks

1

Language Lab & Spoken English 1.1 Listening & Speaking activities

1.2 English sound system (RP)

Vowels & Diphthongs(RP) , Consonants(RP)

1.3 Word Accent , stress a Rhythm and Intonation

06

0 8

2

Letter writing 2.1 Importance of business communication

2.2 7 Cs of letter writing ,

2.3 Layouts: semi –block ,Full block,

2.4 letter of Enquiry, Order ,

2.5 Job application with Resume

04

12

3.

Reading comprehension

Reading Unseen passages for comprehension

04

08

4

Report Writing

4.1 Definition and Features of Report

4.2 Formats of reports

4.3 Types of Report : Accident, Investigation etc.

05

12

5

Essay writing

5.1 Definition of essay

5.2 Types of essay :Descriptive , Narrative ,

Imaginary , Critical, etc

05

10

Total

24

50

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List of Assignments

1. Explain the meaning and nature of Language.

2. Speaking Activity : Each student has to speak on given topic (#)

3. Find out any twenty difficult words from the English newspaper and understand their

meaning by using dictionary and use it in your own sentences.

4. Write five examples of each sub type of Tense ( Present , Past and Future )

5. Write the phonetic transcription of given words by using dictionary. (#)

6. Listen the recorded CD’s on particular topic, and try to imitate the pronunciation by following

intonation and rhythm. (#)

7. Listen and mark the primary, secondary accent for following words. (#)

8. Write a report on given topic in proper format.

9. Write a job application with your own resume.

10. Explain the Various formats of letter writing and give examples of each.

11. Write an essay on the given topic.

Note:

1. Each student has to attempt given ten assignments.

2. # marked are compulsory assignments/Practical to be completed in Classroom /

Language Lab.

QUESTION PAPER PATTERN Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1 PROGRAM DETAILS:

Program: ALL Semester: I

Course: Engineering Mathematics Group : B*

Course Code : 160008 Duration: 16 Weeks.

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

3.COURSE OBJECTIVES: To impart the knowledge of calculus, vector algebra & complex numbers to solve the engineering problems.

4. COURSE OUTCOMES: At the end of the course the students will be able to

CO. 1 Evaluate problems on functions and limits of various types.

CO. 2 Analyse suitable methods to solve derivatives and its application in the field of

engineering.

CO. 3 Perform the various operation on Complex numbers.

CO. 4 Apply the concept of vector to solve problems of work done, Moment of force

and to find Areas & Volumes

5. CONTENTS:

SECTION-I

S. NO. TOPICS HOUR MARKS

1 FUNCTIONS AND LIMITS

1.1.Definition of variable , constant, value of function , composite function 1.2.Limits of algebraic, trigonometric ,exponential and logarithmic functions

10 22

2 DERIVATIVES 2.1 Definition of Derivatives 2.2 Rules of Differentiation 2.3 Composite function 2.4 Inverse trigonometric function 2.5 Implicit function 2.6 Logarithmic function 2.7 Parametric function 2.8 Derivative of one function w.r.t. another function

2.9 Second order differentiation

14 28

Total 24 50

SECTION-II

6 APPLICATION OF DERIVATIVES 3.1 Geometrical meaning of Derivative 3.2 Tangent and normal line 3.3.Rates

08 16

Scheme of

Instructions and

Periods per week

Theory Paper

duration and

marks

Scheme of Examination Grp Scheme

L P D T CR Hours Marks SSL Paper T/W PR Orals Total L/P/CR

3 - - 1 4 3 100 30 70 25@ - - 125 B* 314

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3.4 Velocity and Acceleration 3.5 Maxima and minima

3.6 Radius of curvature 7 COMPLEX NUMBER

4.1 Definition of complex number 4.2 Algebra of complex number, equality, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division 4.3 De Movires theorem 4.4 Euler`s form of circular function

4.5 Hyperbolic functions

08 18

8 VECTOR ALGEBRA 5.1 Definition of vector 5.2 Algebra of vectors, equality, addition, subtraction and multiplication, 5.3 Dot product 5.4 Cross product 5.5 Scalar triple product 5.6 Work done 5.7 Moment of force about a point and line 5.8 Area of triangle, parallelogram 5.9 Volume parallelopiped , tetra hedron

08 16

TOTAL 24 50

6. TERM WORK:

One assignment on each topic consisting of problems covering all varieties, continuously assessed by teacher &

submitted by student at the end of term.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING):

1. Teaching Plan

2. Tutorials

3. Assignments

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

S. N. Author Title Edition Publisher & Address

1 Shri. S.P.Deshpande Calculus for Polytechnics Latest Pune Vidyarthi Graha

Prakashan Pune-30

2 Shri. B.M. Patel Shri J.M. Rawal

Applied Mathematics Latest Nirali Prakashan

Mumbai

3 Dr. B.S. Grewal Higher Engineering

Mathematics

Latest Khanna Publishers 2/B,

Delhi-6

4 J.N. Wartikar, P.N. Wartikar

A text book of Applied

Mathematics

Latest Pune Vidyarthigraha

Prakashan, Pune-30

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9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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2. SUBJECT DETAILS:

Courses :ME/CE Semester : II Duration : 16 Weeks Course: Engineering Drawing – II Code : 160201 Group : C*

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Teaching Scheme Credits Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory Practical Paper TH Sessional T/W Oral Total

Hrs Per Hrs per

Hrs NP Mks

Week Week

02 04 06 3 01 100 70 30 50 @ 50** 200

3. OBJECTIVES:

Engineering drawing helps in understanding design of parts, assembly, structure etc. used in

engineering field. It supports technology and technical subjects. By achieving visualization and drawing

skills, the student will successfully discharge his role on shop floor, design department and inspection

department etc.

4. COURSE OUTCOME: After the successful completion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Plan and prepare neat orthographic drawings of points, straight lines, and regular planes and solids kept at different positions. 2. Sketch the sections of solids like prism, pyramid, cone and cylinder kept in various positions. 3. Demonstrate the development of lateral surfaces of simple and sectioned solids. 4. Identify and freehand sketch various fasteners.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

Section – I Chapter Content Marks Hours

1. 1.0 Missing Views

1.1 Given two views (F.V. – T.V. or F.V.-S.V.) ,deriving the third view-non

sectional or sectional.

1.2 Full section

1.3 Half section

Offset section concept. Practice sheet/s:

1. Two sheets with four problems each.

2. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

20 06

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2 2.0 Projection of Straight Lines :

2.1 Projections of lines inclined to both the reference planes

(no traces) (both ends of line in one quadrant only)

Practice Sheet/s

1. One sheet with four problems

2. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

15 06

3 3.0 Thread Profiles and Screw Fasteners :

3.1 Different profiles of threads

3.2 Conventional representations of left hand – right hand

threads, single and multistart square threads, external and

internal threads.

1. Different types of nuts.

2. Different types of bolts.

3. Lock nuts (Castle, slotted nut, simond’s nut etc)

use of plane and spring washers.

Practice Sheet/s

1. One sheet with Problems on various screw fasteners to be

sketched by free hand.

2. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

15 04

TOTAL 50 16 Section –II

4 4.0 Projection of Planes :

4.1 Projection of planes – regular polygons and circle. inclined

to both the reference planes.

Practice Sheet/s

1. One sheet with four problems

2. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook

15 06

5 5.0 Projections of Solids :

5.1 Projection of solids like prisms, pyramids, cylinders and

cones with axis inclined to both the reference planes.

Practice Sheet/s

1. One sheet with four problems

2. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

20 06

6 6.0 Conventional representation:

Standard conventions using SP-46 (1988)

6.1Materials-

C.I.,M.S.,Brass,Bronze,Aluminium,Wood,Glass,concrete

and rubber.

6.2 Long and short break in pipe, rod and shaft.

6.3 Ball and roller bearings

6.4Various sections-

Half, removed, revolved, offset, partial, aligned sections.

6.5 Knurling, serrated shafts,splined shafts and chain

wheels.

6.6 Srings, gears,sprocket wheel.

6.7 Countersunk and counter bore.

15 04

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6.8 Tapers.

6 8.0 IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) :

In depth study and understanding of the subject will be implemented by

adoption of the following strategy :

i) Theory Teaching Plan

ii) Term Work Plan for practical giving problems to draw in the class.

iii) Home assignment to practice at home

iv) Conduct of three periodical test

v)Use of OHP models and charge during theory class and practical periods

TOTAL 50 16

REFERENCE BOOKS :

Sr.No. Author Title Edition Year of Publishers & Address

Publication

1. N.D.Bhatt and Geometrical and Machine 14th 2000 Rupalee Pub.Opp.

Panchal drawing Amul Dairy, Court

Rd, Anand

2. R.K. Dhawan Engineering drawing 2nd 2001 S.Chand & Co.Ltd., Ram Nagar

New Delhi-110 055

3. N.H. Dubey Engineering drawing 2nd 2001 S.Chand & Co. Ltd ,Ram Nagar

Instruction to paper setters/ Pattern of question paper

SECTION-I Q.1.Attempt any one of the following. (20)

a) On unit no.1

b) On unit no.1

Q.2 Attempt the following. (15)

On unit no.2

Q.3 Attempt the following. (15)

On unit no.3

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SECTION-II

Q.4.Attempt any one of the following. (20)

a) On unit no.5

b) On unit no.5

Q.5 Attempt the following. (15)

On unit no.4

Q.6 Attempt the following. (15)

On unit no.6

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Course: Manufacturing Process & Materials Course Code:160203

PROGRAM: Mechanical Semester – II

Group: C* Duration – 16 weeks

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Teaching Scheme Credits Paper Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks Theory

Hrs Per Week

Practical Hrs

Per Week

Hrs NP

Mks Theory Sessional TW OR Total 02 04 06 03 01 100 70 30 50@ 25** 175

3. OBJECTIVE:- The student will able to:

1. Understand various manufacturing processes like casting,, forging, welding, hot and cold working, sheet metal.

2. Select appropriate manufacturing processes as per need

3. Use various tools and work holding devices

4) To enable the students to classify engineering materials and introduce the concept of material selection process

5) To introduce the concept of different phases at different temperatures of material.

6) To introduce the concept of heat treatment, powder metallurgy and NDT.

4. OUTCOME:-

The student will able to:

1. Classify various manufacturing processes.

2. Explain various manufacturing processes along its applications

3. Identify various types of tools for manufacturing processes.

4. Apply the knowledge of various manufacturing processes for production as per need

5. Classify engineering materials and describe material selection process.

6. Describe different phases at different temperatures of material

7. Describe heat treatment process, NDT process, and powder metallurgy process.

5. Detailed Contents

SECTION-I

Sr.No. Details Of Theory Contents Period Marks

01

01 Casting

1.Patterns- 09 26 1.1 Materials – Wood, Metal, Plastics. 1.2 Types – Solid, Split, Match Plate, Gated, Loose Piece, Sweep, Skeleton,

Segmental. 1.3 Pattern Allowances

1.4 Cores – Horizontal, Vertical, Kiss, Ram-up, Hanging, Balance, Right

And Left Hand Cores. 1.5 Core Making – CO2, Core, Shell, Oilbonded

1.6 Introduction to Gating System (Only components and their functions)

2. Moulds –

2.1 Moulding sand- green sand, dry sand , facing sand, baking sand, system Sand

2.2 properties of moulding sands 2.3 sand preparation

2.4 moulding methods- machine moulding, CO2, shell mouldings, green sand moulding.

3. Melting Practice

3.1 Furnaces- cupola furnace, direct induction furnace 4. Die casting- Gravity , pressure Die casting- cold chamber and hot chamber

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02. Welding- 04 16

2.1 Introduction, classification 2.2 Resistance welding,(spot, seam welding), 2.3 MIG welding, plasma welding 2.4 TIG welding 2.5 Submerged arc welding 2.7 Welding defects

03. Hot and Cold Working 03 08

3.1Introduction, Recrystallization

3.2 Operations-Two high, Three High, Four high

3.3 Extrusion- Direct & indirect

3.4 Squeezing, Spinning, piercing

3.5 Drawing-Deep Drawing

Total 16 50

SECTION II

Sr. No Content Hours Marks

04 Introduction to Engineering Materials and their properties 03 08

4.1 Material and its classification

4.2 Engineering requirements of materials

4.3 Technological properties of metals and alloys: castability,

machinability, weldability, Solderability, workability.

4.4 Factors affecting the selection of materials for engineering purposes

4.5 Material selection

05 Ferrous & Non-ferrous metals and Alloys 04 14

5.1 Steel: Classification, Low carbon steel, Medium carbon steel, High

carbon steel and Mild steel; High speed Steels (HSS); Introduction to

Tool and Die Materials

5.2 Cast iron: Classification, Grey iron, Ductile iron

5.3 Introduction, Properties, applications & chemical Compositions of

Copper alloys (naval brass, muntz metal, Gun metal & phosphor

bronze, Aluminium alloys (Y-alloy & duralumin)

5.4 Effect of various alloying elements on properties of steel such as –

Carbon, chromium, nickel, manganese, molybdenum, tungsten,

Vanadium, sulphur, silicon and phosphorous.

06 Phase Diagrams 03 08

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Cooling curves – Pure metal, Binary Solid Solution, Binary Eutectic

System

6.3 Iron-Carbon Equilibrium Diagram

6.4 Introduction to T-T-T diagram

07 Heat Treatment Of Steels 03 08

7.1 Introduction to Heat treatment processes such as Annealing,

Normalizing, Hardening, Tempering

7.2 Methods of Surface Hardening – Types: Case Hardening & Flame

Hardening

08 Powder Metallurgy and Non-Destructive Testing 03 12

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8.1 Introduction, Powder making, blending, compacting, sintering.

8.2 Importance of Non-destructive testing, Difference between destructive

and Non-destructive testing.

Non-destructive testing methods -Radiography (X-Ray & Gamma

Ray), Ultrasonic crack detection, Dye penetrant test.

Total 16 50

Practical Sr.No. Details of Practical Contents 01. Carpentry shop/Pattern shop

1.1 One job on pattern making.

1.2 One job on core box making.

1.3 Assignment on casting defects

02. Welding Shop

2.1 Demonstration of Different Welding Machines, equipments and arc welding process

2.2 Assignment on welding joints and welding processes

03. Sheet metal and Forging

3.1 Assignment on Forging (tools and operations)

3.2 Assignment on sheet metal (tools and operations)

04. Material selection and material properties

4.1 Assignment on Material selection and material properties.

05. Ferrous & Non-ferrous metals and Alloys

5.1 Assignment on Ferrous & Non-ferrous metals and Alloys.

06. Phase Diagrams Heat Treatment Of Steels

6.1 Assignment on Phase Diagrams and Heat Treatment Of Steels.

07. Powder Metallurgy and Non-Destructive Testing

7.1 Assignment on Powder Metallurgy and Non-Destructive Testing.

Note: 1] The instructor shall give demonstration to the students by preparing a specimen job as per the job drawing.

2] The workshop diary/journal shall be maintained by each student duly signed by instructor of respective shop

3] Journal should contain

a) Sketches of different tools and equipment used in workshop with practical applications.

b) Job/Part Drawings.

4] Journal consisting of assignments should be certified by the lecturer incharge.

References

Sr.No. Author Title Publication

1 S.K.Chaudhary Workshop Technology vol.1 Media promoters and publishers, New Delhi

2 B.S. Raghuvanshi

Workshop Technology Dhanpat Rai and Sons New Delhi

3 R.K. Jain Production Technology Khanna Publishers, New Delhi

4 O.P. Khanna Welding technology Dhanpat Rai and Sons New Delhi

5 Dr.V.D. Kodgire Material Science And Metallurgy Everest Publishing House [1990]

6 O.P.Khanna A Text Book of Material Science and Metallurgy

Dhanpat Rai and Sons [1999]

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8.QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total 50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

Program: CE/ME/EE/IE/PE/CHE/DE Semester : I/ II

Duration : 16 Weeks

Course: Applied Chemistry

Code : 160007

Group : B* (Basic) Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions &

Periods per Week

No. of Papers,

Duration & Marks Scheme of Examination

Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr NP Hrs Mks SSL Theory

Paper T/W Pract. Oral Total

4 2 -- -- 06 01 03 100 30 70 25@ 50** -- 175 426

3. COURSE OBJECTIVES:

To introduce the fundamental principles of chemistry like structure of atom, electrochemistry which will

enable the students to understand the other core technological subjects of different branches.

To impart knowledge of different engineering materials – metallic and non-metallic.

To understand the significance of hardness of water, pH, corrosion and lubrication.

4. COURSE OUTCOMES:

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

1. Predict the chemical and physical properties of different elements and write the correct names and

formulae of different compounds.

2. Understand the concept of electrochemical processes.

3. Select appropriate material- metallic, non-metallic, lubricants for different engineering applications.

4. Identify the type of corrosion and select an appropriate method to reduce it.

5. Analyse water sample and predict its suitability for various processes.

6. To develop skills of measuring volumes, concentration of solutions and identify the dissolved solute in

a given solution.

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5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

SECTION-I

Sr. No. Topic Hours Marks

1. 1.0 Structure of Atom:

1.6 Structure of atom- Classical Model

1.7 Structure of atom- Modern picture

1.8 Bohr’s Theory and Quantum Numbers

1.9 Rules for distribution of electrons in an atom

1.10 Electronic configuration of first twenty elements

1.11 Nuclear stability and Numerical problems based on it

1.12 Chemical Bonding

12 20

2. 2.0 Electrochemistry :

2.1 Arrhenius’ theory, Degree of ionization

2.2 Mechanism of electrolysis

2.3 Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis and Numerical problems

based on it.

2.4 Applications of electrolysis

2.5 Cells and Batteries – classification

Primary cell (Daniel cell), Secondary cell (Lead Acid

Storage cell)

Solar cells – advantages, disadvantages

10 16

3. 4.0 Metals and Alloys :

4.1 Characteristics of Metals

4.2 General Metallurgical processes

4.3 Physical properties and applications of some commonly

used metals such as Fe, Cu, Al, Cr, Ni, Sn, Pb, Zn, Ag

and Si.

4.4 Alloys – Preparation, purposes, classification

4.5 Composition, properties and application of Duralumin,

Magnalium, Monel Metal, Alnico, Gun metal, Brass,

Bronze, Babbit metal and Ferrous alloys.

10 14

32 50

SECTION-II

Sr. No. Topic Hours Marks

4. 4.0 Water and pH:

4.4 Physical and chemical characteristics of water.

4.5 Hardness of water

a) Causes and Types of Hardness

b) Disadvantages of hard water – (Domestic and

Industrial)

c) Degree of Hardness and numerical problems based

on it.

4.6 pH

a) Concept of pH

b) Applications of pH and numerical problems based

on it.

08 12

5. 5.0 Corrosion and Protective Coatings:

Corrosion:

5.3 Types of Corrosion

5.4 Mechanism of Corrosion

5.5 Factors affecting corrosion

5.6 Methods of prevention of corrosion.

10 16

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5.7 Methods of applying Metal coatings.

Protective Coatings:

5.8 Paints – Characteristics of good paints, constituents and

failure of paint film.

5.9 Varnishes – Types, characteristics and constituents of

good varnish.

6. 6.0 Lubricants :

6.6 Definition

6.7 Functions of Lubricants

6.8 Theories of lubrication

6.9 Classification and characteristics of Lubricants

6.10 Selection of Lubricants for different machines

06 10

7 7.0 Non-Metallic Engineering Materials:

7.1 Polymers

Plastic – Definition, types, properties and application

7.2 Rubber – Types, properties and applications

7.3 Vulcanization of Rubber.

7.4 Thermal Insulators – Definition, characteristics,

preparation, properties and applications of thermocole

and glasswool.

08 12

Total

Practice Hours=

32

32

50

5A. PRACTICE:

List of Experiments:

01– 04: Techniques of determination of concentration of solutions:

Volumetric Analysis

a) Neutralization Titration

i) Titration between Strong Acid and Strong Base using Phenolphthalein as indicator – 2 sets

b) Redox Titration

i) Titration between KMnO4 and FeSO4.7H2O

ii) Titration between KMnO4 and Mohr’s Salt [FeSO4.(NH4)2SO4.6H2O]

05- 06: Determination of:

a) Hardness of water

i) EDTA method

ii) Soap Solution method

b) Chloride content in water

07. Determination of pH of different solutions.

08– 13: Qualitative Analysis of Five Solutions containing One Basic and One Acidic Radical listed below:

a) Basic Radicals: Pb+2, Cu+2, Al+3, Fe+2, Fe+3, Ca+2, Ba+2, Mg+2, K+, Na+.

b) Acidic Radicals: Cl–, SO4–2, CO3

–2, NO3–.

14. Determination of Viscosity Index of a Lubricant.

15. Determination of Flash Point of a Lubricant using:

a) Abel’s Flash Point Apparatus

b) Pensky Marten’s Flash Point Apparatus

16. To prepare a chart showing application of metals like Fe, Cu, Al, Cr, Ni, Sn, Pb.

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6. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING):

Theory topics and practice experiments should be done simultaneously. This will help the

students to understand the topics.

Question papers for the periodical test should cover the topics which have been taught to test the

understanding.

7. REFERENCE:

Sr.

No.

Author Title Publishers & Address

1. Jain and Jain Chemistry of Engineering

Materials

Dhanpat Rai Publishing Co. New

Delhi

2. Narkhede &

Thatte Engineering Chemistry

3. Mahadeokar &

Dr. U. P. Kodgire

Chemistry for Engineering

students Everest Publishing House, Pune

4. B.S. Godbole Applied Chemistry Satya Prakashan, New Delhi

5. Rao A.A. Polytechnic Chemistry New Age International 2007

6. Shete S.D. Applied Chemistry S. Chand & Company

7. Dara S.S. A Text Book of

Engineering Chemistry

S. Chand & Company, New

Delhi-2008

QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

SCHEME 2016

(S16)

Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

Program: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Semester – II

Course: Computer Aided Graphics Code: 160202

Group: Application (A) Optional

2. Teaching and Examination Scheme

Teaching Scheme

Credits

Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory Practical Paper Theory

Sessional

Term

Work

Pr Total

Hrs per Week

Hrs Per Week

Hrs NP Mks

00 04 04 -- -- -- -- -- 50 @ 50** 100

3. OBJECTIVES

Students will be able to

i) Understand the use of different computer peripherals

ii) Understand different drawing, utility commands

iii) Select and apply different drawing and utility commands for drafting 2D and 3D objects

4. COURSE OUTCOME: After the successful completion of this PROGRAM the student will be able to: 1. Identify computer peripherals. 2. Install AutoCAD files. 3. List and apply AutoCAD commands for drafting 2D and 3D drawings. 4. Edit 2D and 3D drawings.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

Sr.No. Details Of Theory Contents Period Marks

01 Introduction to Computer Peripherals 1.1 General ideas, study of printers plotters, digitisers, mouse,

Joystick, etc.

1.2 Introduction to AutoCAD

1.3 Concept and terminology, introducing different features, program

operation, features, advance drafting.

---

-----

02 Installation and File Management 2.1 Loading AutoCAD, different library files 2.2 Familiarization with editing plotting, configuring

2.3 Converting of graphics with computer aided instruction.

Understanding the mathematical

--

-----

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Sr.No. Details Of Theory Contents Period Marks

03 Drawing commands 3.1 Basics drawing commands to draw primitives like line, point, arc,

circle, etc.

3.2 Drawing commands like pline, donut, hatch, etc.

--

------

04 Utility commands 4.1 Utility commands like end, save, status etc. 4.2 Edit & inquiry commands - Commands like copy, move, erase, area

etc.

--

-------

05

Display and setting commands 5.1 Display commands like zoom, pan, view, regeneration, etc. 5.2 Setting commands like grid, ortho, axis, etc.

--

-----

06 Layer and shape files 6.1 Concept and use of layer command 6.2 Creation of shape file.

6.3 Creating line type, creating font style etc.

--

-----

07 Complex Object Drawing 12 02 7.1 Using block, wblock, insert, etc.

7.2 Setting commands with prototype drawing file.

--

-----

08 Attribute for Bill of Material 8.1 Attribute commands like ATTDEF, ATTDISP,

ATTEDIT, ATTEXT (cdf, sdf, dxf), ASCTEXT.

--

-----

09 Dimensioning of Special Features 9.1 Different dimensions type, dimensioning adding tolerances, center,

radius, leader, status, dimension variable.

9.2 Study of hatch pattern

9.3 Study of script and slide show.

--

-----

10 Three Dimensional Drawing 10.1 Commands, V point, hide, view, 3D-view, elevation 3D- polyline,

3D-face, 3D mesh. 10.2 UCS, UCSICON, change property 10.3 TABSURF, REVSURF, EDGESURF, 3DARRAY

10.4 3D Operation like ADD,COURSETRACT, etc

--

-----

11 Introduction to Customization and Application 11.1 Customization of menu, different types of available menu 11.2 Application in the areas of mechanical engineering like drawing of

CAM profile

11.3 Slide show for slider crank mechanism

--

-----

Total

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6. PRACTICE:

1. 1 To study the operation of different peripherals

2. 2 To install AutoCAD, study of main execution file, configuration file and supporting file With main menu.

3. 3 To study of basic drawing, utility, edit and enquiry commands.

4. 4 To study display commands and drawing aid feature.

5. 6 To study hatch pattern, line type, sketch, layer, dimension commands

6. 8 To study commands for drafting 3D objects.

7. 9 To draft 2D drawings

8. To draft 3D drawings

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING): (i) Use of Auto Cad Drawing Files in practical (ii) Lecture Plan

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr.

No.

Author Title Edition Year of

Publication

Publishers

& Address

(i) George Omura Mastering Autocad 14

1st 1997 BPB Publication,

New Delhi

(ii) - Autocad

Reference

Manual 2004

- 2004 Autodesk

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1.0 COURSE DETAILS:

Program: C/ME/EE/IE/P/CH/DE Semester: II

Duration : 16 Weeks

Course: Stress Management Code: 160016 Group: M (Optional)

2.0 TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Teaching Scheme Exam Scheme & Maximum Marks

TH TU PR CR PAPER TH No. Sessional PR OR TW TOTAL HRS. of

paper

- - 02 02 - - - - - -- - 022

3.0 OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to 1. Gain knowledge about the basic technique and practice of yoga, including instruction in Breath control, meditation, and physical postures. 2. Develop physical competency and mental concentration. 3. Gain an intellectual and theoretical understanding of the principles embodied in the Yoga Sutras, 4. Increase efficiency, concentration, inner power and enhance the spiritual power for improving Learning Skill.

4.0 COURSE OUTCOMES

a) Understand the basic methods to manage the stress.

b) Understand the social ethics

c) Develop the positive attitude towards society

d) reduce psychological, mental and emotional stress

5.0 CONTENTS: Hrs.

1. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND AND YOGA 10 LEARNING

i) Yoga in Vedas ii) Yoga and its Principles iii) Consciousness iv) Yoga approach and Scientific view v) Pranayama: Breath Control, Breath and Postures, Rhythmic Breathing vi) Controlling the Body, Mechanism of Body: Kriyas and its high Therapeutic value. vii) Body as understood in its frame work systems and structure:.Asanas Cultural

and Relaxation Asanas -

viii) Muscles strength, Muscular coordination strength of Immune system

ix) Relation and Reflection techniques Shavasana Shakshi Bhavanam. x) Bandhas and Mudras.

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xi) Depth of perception and expansion of awareness xii ) Gross level Muscular stretches xiii) Subtle level Respiration changes and normalizing breath.

2. MEDITATION AND ITS TECHNIQUES: 10 Meditative postures and kinds of Meditation

Bodily Benefits Lower Blood Pressure ,lowers the levels of blood lactate, improves the immune system, increases body vitality, controls insomnia and increases overall health of the body

Violence Free Society Meditation develops happiness, contentment and calmness.

When increasing number of people practice meditation, it has a calming effect on the

environment. This is a potent way to achieve a violence free society.

Mental Benefits Emotional stability, anxiety decreases, anger reduces, happiness

increases, and intuition develops clarity and peace of mind, induces ability to focus, and

reduces tension and fear.

Value Based Society The effects of meditation include happiness, respect for the

environment and others, appreciation of diversity in nature, a strong sense of social values.

These qualities an individual level, helps develop a value based social system.

Spiritual Growth Consciousness evolves, meditation brings harmony in creation,

personal transformation, realization of SELF

Trusting, Happy and Content Society These are the objectives of any society.

Meditation empowers a society to achieve these qualities.

3. ART OF LIVING 08 1. Sudarshan Kriya 2. Life Skills 3. Ancient Wisdom 4. Practical knowledge to deal with the daily challenges of life 5. Interactive exercises 6. Dealing with your emotions 7. Improving Communication skills and Relationship

4. STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR STUDENTS 04

Stress management techniques:

1. Time management techniques 2. Organization techniques 3. Create a study environment 4. Memorization techniques 5. Be an Optimist 6. Sleep Well 7. Study Techniques

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6. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY AND PRACTICE SKILL 1. The students will be performing practice sessions covering above topics. 2. Live demonstration along with content delivery sessions will be conducted. 3. The lecture room/ Hall separately will be assigned batchwise as per Time Table for Male (Boys) and Female(Girls) as where an applicable depending upon relevant topics. 4. The materials/ Items required example Yoga Matt/ Chatai/corresponding matt / towels / chadar are to be brought by students only for particular topics. 7.0 BOOK LIST:- 1. The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali M.R.Yardi, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune 2. Indian Philosophy by Dr. S. Radhakrishanan 3. Introduction to Indian Philosophy by Dutta & Chatterji 4. Outlines of Indian Philosophy by Hiriyanna.

8.0 Book for reference

1. The Yoga system of Patanjali, James, Hougton , wood. 2. Yoga a sutras of Patanjali Sadhana pada with Exposition of Vyasa 3. Light of Yoga (on Yama Niyama) by B.K.S. Iyenger, Iyenger Institute Pune 4. Hatha Yoga Pradeepika Yogi Swatmarama 5. Science of Yoga by I.K.Taimini 9.0 WEB REFERENCES:

1. http://www.artofliving.org 2. http://www.bkwsu.org 3. http://www.theyogainstitute.org 4. http://www.managingstress.com

The above subject will be taken by concerned expert in the field/ relevant to

performance / performing practices, 02 credits are equivalent to (02 hours) practice session. Attendance and performance is

mandatory for granting the term and earning the credits as per attendance rule.

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Sr

no COURSE NAME

(CODE) PRE.

REQ.

CODE

SCEME OF

INSTRUCTIONS &

PERIODS PER WEEK

NO. OF

PAPERS,

DURATION

&MARKS SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Group Compulsory/

Optional

Scheme L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr HRS Mks SSL Theory

paper T/W Pract. Oral Total

1 Theory of machines

(160204) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 25** 175 C* 325

2 Fluid mechanics & hyd.

Machines (160205) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ 50** - 200 C* 325

3 Mechanical

Engineering Drawing

(160206) 1 - 6 - 7 4 100 30 70 50@ 50** 200 C* 167

4 Basics of electrical and

electronics (160015) 4 2 - - 6 3 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 C 426

5 Thermal

engineering(160208) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 25@ 25** 150 C* 325

6 Strength of materials

(160017) 4 2 `- - 6 3 100 30 70 50@ - - 150 C* 426

7 Programming in

C++(160209) 2 3 - - 5 - - - - 50@ 50** - 100 A 235

TOTAL 21 13 6 - 39 500 180 420 300 100 125 1125

Total Periods (33) Papers = 05

*Compulsory, # Award Winning, ** Assessed by Internal & External Examiners Jointly, @ Assessed by Internal Examiner Only L- Lecture Period, P- Practical

Period, D- Drawing Practice Period, T- Tutorial, Cr- Credit, SSL- Sessional, TW- Term Work, PR- Practical, OR- Oral Gr- Group, B- Basic, C- Core, A-

Application, M- Management

Head of the department Principal

Shri Vile Parle Kelavani mandal’s

SHRI BHAGUBHAI MAFATLAL POLYTECHNIC

TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME

PROGRAM : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING w.e.f. batch admitted June, 2016 three years(Progressively) SEMESTER : III

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: III

Course: Theory of Machine Code: 160204

Group: Core (C*)

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEMES:

Teaching Scheme

Credits

Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory Practical Paper Theory

Sessional

Term

Work

Oral Total

Hrs per Week

Hrs Per Week

Hrs NP Mks

03 02 05 03 01 100 70 30 50 @ 25** 175

3. OBJECTIVES:

1. To impart the students with the knowledge about mechanical drives and motion, velocities and acceleration in Mechanism. 2. To facilitate students to understand the functions of flywheel and governor, friction bearing and friction clutches. 3. To facilitate students to understand the terminology in mechanism.

4. COURSE OUTCOME: 1. Identify and select the mechanical drives and mechanisms

2. Classify, distinguish and draw the mechanical drives, governors and flywheels and cam drives

3. Calculate the power transmission in belt drive, power lost in friction bearing and speeds in gear trains

4. Develop the critical thinking skills

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

Section-I

Sr.No.

Details Of Theory Contents Hours

Th

Marks

01 Kinematics 1.1 Basic of kinematics 1.2 Types of kinematics pairs

1.3 Various simple mechanisms, its inversions for working and application

04 08

Sr.No. Details Of Theory Contents Hours Marks

02 Velocity and Acceleration Diagrams 2.1 Basics, types of velocity and acceleration – Angular, linear motion and co-relation.

08 12

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2.2 Absolute, relative velocity and acceleration for Simple mechanisms – single and double crank mechanism uniform & changing angular

velocity of crank.

2.3 Use of velocity and acceleration diagrams to find velocity & acceleration

of various elements/points on simple mechanisms (Up to four link only)

03 Gear 3.1 Gear terminology 3.2 Types of gears and applications

3.3 Law of gearing and sliding velocity

3.4 Profiles of gear tooth and comparison, interference in involutes profile.

3.5 Classification of gear trains.

3.6 Design of simple Spur gear train for number of teeth and exact center to

center distance for given velocity ratio, module and approximate center to

center distance.

3.7 To find speed for different gears and arms for epi-cyclic gear train

(Simple and compound).

06 18

04 Cam 4.1 Type of cams & followers 4.2 Cam terminology

4.3 Design of radial (disc) cam profile for knife/roller/flat faced follower

having uniform velocity/S.H.M./uniform acceleration and retardation

06 12

24 50

Section-II

05 Belt, Rope and Chain Drive 5.1 Types of belt drives, open/cross, flat/V/rope, simple/compound, etc; types of pulleys

5.2 Velocity ratio for belt drive, consideration of slip & belt thickness, creep

& its effect

5.3 Calculation of length of belt for open/cross belt drive, Angle of grooved

pulley.

5.4 Working tension, initial tension, centrifugal tension, safe tension and

their relation for belt & rope drive consideration of co-efficient of

friction, contact angle & groove angle of grooved pulley

5.5 Power transmission calculation for belt drive, to find dimension of

belt/pulley for given power & max. power

5.6 Comparison between various belt drives

5.7 Chain drives & its comparisons with other mechanical drives

5.8 Types of chains & applications, consideration of its velocity ratio.

08 18

06 Brakes 6.1 Introduction, operating systems, brake material characteristics 6.2 Types of mechanical brakes 6.3 Simple problem for single, double, band and band & block brake for

torque/power/force applied

06 10

07 Bearing 7.1 Friction in bearing 7.2 Types & co-relation with clutch

7.3 Uniform intensity of pressure & uniform wear conditions

7.4 Antifriction bearings and types.

02 06

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08 Clutches 8.1 Working of frictional clutches 8.2 Types of frictional clutches

8.3 Friction torque/power calculation to find dimensions of clutch

8.4 Centrifugal clutch, construction & working, Its comparison with other

clutches.

04 10

09 Flywheel & Governors 11.1 Introduction to flywheel 11.2 Function of flywheel

11.3 Introduction to governor

11.4 Function & types of governor

11.5 Comparison between flywheel & governors

04 06

Total 24 50

6. PRACTICE:

1 Terminology for kinematics

2 Simple mechanisms and inversions. Velocity and acceleration component (Vector diagram)

3 Gear Terminology

4 Types of gears

5 Types of gear trains

6 Differential gear system

7 Cam terminology and classification of cams and followers

8 Cam profile drawings

9 Types of Mechanical drives, Belt drives, Chain drives.

10 Different types of brakes and its classification

11 Different type of bearings

12 Different type of clutches

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING): (i) Teaching Plan (ii) Models

(iii) Charts.

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8. REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. No Author Title Edition Year of Publication Publishers and address

1 Khurmi & Gupta Theory of machines 5th 1995 Eurasia Pub.House Pvt

Ltd New Delhi-110055

2 Rattan S.S. Theory of machines 1st

1993 Tata Mcgra Hill Pub Co.Ltd

3 Ballaney P.L. Theory of machines 5th 1987 Khanna Publication

New Delhi-110006

4 H.M.Shah and H.M.Nadkarni

Theory of machines 2nd

1982 Dhanpatrai & Sons New Delhi110 006

5 Ghosh & Mallick Design of machine elements &

mechanisms

1st

2002 East West Pub. New Delhi

6 Bevan Theory of machines 1st

1984 CBC Pub New Delhi

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test I Periodical Test II

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. 1 Bit

Compuls

ory

16 1Bit

Compulsory

14 Any 4 out

of 5

( 4 marks

each )

16

2. Any 2

out of 3

( 6marks

each )

14 Any 2 out

of 3

( 6 marks

each )

06 Any 1 out

of 2

( 6 marks

each )

06

3. Any 2

out of 3

( 10

marks

each )

20 Any 1 out

of 2

( 8 marks

each )

10 Any 1 out

of 2

( 8 marks

each )

08

4.

Any 3

out of 5

(6 marks

each )

18

5.

Any 2

out of 3

( 6 marks

each )

12

6.

Any 2

out of 3

( 10

marks

each )

20

Tota

l

50 50 30 30

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1) COURSEJET DETAILS:

PROGRAM: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: III

COURSE: FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES CODE: 160205

DURATION: 16 WEEKS

GROUP: CORE (C*) COMPULSARY

2) TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Teaching scheme Credits Examination scheme and maximum marks

Theory

(Hrs per

week)

Practical

(Hrs per

week)

Paper Theory Sessional Term

work

pract-

cal

Total

3

2

Hrs No.

of

paper

Marks Marks Marks Marks Marks Marks

5 3 1 100 70 30 50@ 50** 200

3) OBJECTIVE:

i) i) Understand the theoretical concept involved in the pressure, velocity and discharge measurements.

ii) ii) Understand the theoretical concept involved in the calculation of parameters such as coefficient of

friction, power and efficiency of various systems.

iii) iii) Understand the construction, working performance of pumps and turbines.

4) COURSE OUTCOMES

After successful completion of this Course student will be able to:

1. Describe and compute properties of fluid, fluid pressure and

total pressure for immersed plane surfaces.

2. Calculate the discharge of fluids using continuity, Bernoulli’s equation and major, minor losses for

flow through pipes.

3. Identify the parts and explain the working of centrifugal pump, reciprocating pump and water

turbines.

4. Test the performance of hydraulics machines; compute work done, power, efficiency and plot

characteristic curves.

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5) DETAILED CONTENTS

SECTION-I

Chapter

Contents

Marks

Hr.

01 Properties of Fluids

1.1 Mass density, specific weight, specific gravity, specific volume.

1.2 Viscosity, cohesion and adhesion, surface tension, capillarity.

1.3 Vapour pressure, compressibility-Bulk modulus of elasticity.

05 03

02

Fluid pressure and pressure measurements

2.1 Fluid pressure, pressure head, intensity of pressure.

2.2 Concept of atmospheric, gauge pressure, vacuum and

absolute pressure.

2.3 Peizometer tube, simple and differential manometers.

2.4 Bourdon’s pressure gauge, diaphragm pressure gauge,

dead weight pressure gauge.

10 04

03 Static pressure

3.1 Pascal’s law and its applications.

3.2 Total pressure and centre of pressure for immersed plane surfaces

such as rectangular, triangular, circular etc.

3.3 Buoyant force, Stability of floating and submerged bodies.

08 03

04 Fluid flow concept and basic equations

4.1 Types of flows, stream lines, stream tubes, streak line etc.

4.2 Concept of system and control volume

4.3 Law of continuity

4.4 Bernoulli’s theorem

4.5 Applications of Bernoulli’s theorem such as Venturimeter,orifice

plate (construction ,working and derivation of discharge)

4.6 Pitot tube.

10 06

05 Flow through pipes

5.1 Laws of fluid friction for laminar and turbulent flow.

5.2 Darcy’s and Chezy’s equation for frictional loss

5.3 Loss of head due to sudden enlargement, contraction,

Obstruction, bends, loss at inlet and exit.

5.4 Total energy line and total gradient line

5.5 Pipes in series and parallel.

5.6 Power transmission through pipe.

10 05

06 Impact of jet

6.1 Impact of jet on fixed vertical, moving vertical flat plates.

6.2 Impact of jet on curved vanes.

07 03

Total 50 24

SECTION-II

07 Centrifugal pumps

7.1 Construction and working of centrifugal pump

7.2 Types of casings and impellers

7.3 Calculation of manometric efficiency, overall efficiency,

velocity diagram

7.4 Multistaging of centrifugal pump

7.5 Net positive suction head, cavitation.

7.6 Testing of centrifugal pump

7.7 Troubleshooting

7.8 Characteristics curves

7.9 Specification and selection of centrifugal pump.

22 10

08 Reciprocating pumps

8.1 Construction and working of single and double acting 10 05

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Reciprocating pumps.

8.2 Concept of slip, negative slip, Cavitation and separation

8.3 Indicator diagram with effect of acceleration and friction head.

8.4 Air vessel.

(No numericals on reciprocating pump)

09 Hydraulic Turbines

9.1 Layout of hydroelectric power plant.

9.2 Classification and selection of hydraulic turbines.

9.3 Construction and working of Pelton wheel, Francis turbine,

Kaplan turbine

9.4 Comparison of turbines.

9.5 Functions, types of draft tube. Cavitation in turbines.

9.6 Calculation of work done, power, efficiency of turbine.

18 09

Total 50 24

6. PRACTICE:

1 Verification of Bernoulli’s theorem

2 Determination of co-efficient of discharge for venturimeter and orifice plate

3 To perform Reynolds’s experiment for determinations of different regimes of flow.

4 Determination of loss of head due to friction in pipes

5 Determination of loss of head due to bends, sudden enlargement, sudden contraction.

6 Trial on centrifugal pump .-To determine total head, pump. Efficiency, Overall efficiency and

Volumetric efficiency.

7 Trial on reciprocating pump.-To determine total head, pump efficiency, Overall efficiency and

Volumetric efficiency.

8 Study and demonstration of Pelton wheel.

9 Study and demonstration of Francis turbine

7) IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) In depth study and understanding of the Course will be implemented by adopting the following strategy.(Teaching plan)

i) Lesson plan.

ii) Use of charts, models and transparencies.

iii) Use of actual devices.

8) REFERANCE BOOKS

Sr.No. Author Title Edition Year of publication Publishers and

address

1 R.S.Khurmi Fluid Mechanics &

Hydraulics machinery

First 2001 S Chand and

co. ,New Delhi

2 Jagdish lal Fluid Mechanics &

Hydraulics machinery

Second 1986 Metropolitan

book co.

pvt.ltd.

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3 Modi P.N. and

Seth S. M.

Hydraulics and Fluid

Mechanics including

Hydraulics machines

Sixteenth 2007 Standard book

house , New

Delhi

4 Dr.R.K.Bansal Fluid Mechanics &

Hydraulics machines

Ninth 2010 Laxmi

publications (P)

Ltd

5 K. L. Kumar

Engineering Fluid

Mechanics

Eighth 2009 Eurasia

Publishing

House(P)

Limited, New

Delhi 6 Streeter Victor,

Bedford K.W.,

Wylie E.B

Fluid Mechanics Ninth 2003 McGraw Hill

Int.

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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Program-Mechanical Engineering Semester: III

Duration: 16 Weeks

Course: Mechanical Engineering Drawing Course Code:160206

Group : Core (C*)

Compulsory

(2) TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEMES

Teaching Scheme Credits Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory

(Hrs. Per

Week)

Practical

(Hrs. Per

Week)

Paper Theory Sessional

Marks

Term

Work

Oral

Total

Hrs. No. of

Paper

Marks

1 6 7 4 1 100 70 30 50@ 50** 200

(3) OBJECTIVES

i) To develop understanding and competency for drawing sections of solids, development

of lateral surfaces of solids, curves of intersections for two solids and auxiliary views

of inclined surfaces.

ii) To develop understanding and competency for drawing assembly drawing from given

details and details drawing from given assembly drawing of simple machine

components.

iii) To gain knowledge of limits, fits, tolerance, machining symbols, surface finish

representation on drawings and working drawing.

(4) COURSE OUTCOMES

After successful completion of this course student will be able to:

1. Demonstrate and draw the sections of solids, development of lateral surfaces of solids, curves

of the intersection of surfaces for two solids and true shape of inclined surface.

2. Freehand sketching of simple machine components.

3. Draw, interpret assembly and detail drawings of screw jack, tool post, tail stock, valves, vice,

jigs and fixtures.

4. Explain and use conventions, abbreviations, symbols, limits fits tolerance and surface finish in

the drawing as per the BIS standards

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

Chapter Contents Marks Hours

SECTION-I

(01) 1.0Free hand sketches: 1.1 Free hand sketches of joints, keys, bearings,

Fast and loose pulley.

12 04

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(02) 2.0 Details and Assembly of Machine Parts 2.1 Couplings, Screw jack, bench vice, tool post, simple

Tail stock, piston and connecting rod assembly.

2.2 Non- return valve, gate valve, steam stop valve (maximum

8 parts),gland and stuffing box assembly

2.3 jigs and fixtures (with about 8 parts excluding

standard parts like nuts, studs, bolts, pins,

Washers, etc.)

26 08

(03) 6.0 Working Drawing 4.1 Weld symbols 4.2 Machining and surface finish symbols

4.3 Limits, fits and tolerances

4.4 Geometrical tolerances

4.5 Representation of the above symbols and tolerances on part

drawings.

12 04

50 16

SECTION-II

(04) 4.0 Sections Of Solids 4.1 Auxiliary inclined and auxiliary vertical Sections of prism, pyramid, Cone, and cylinder 4.2 True shape of section.

10 06

(05) 5.0 Development of lateral surfaces of solids

5.1 Developments of Lateral surfaces of prism, cylinder, pyramid and, cone.

5.2Antidevelopment. 5.3 Applications of development

10

(06) 6.0Auxiliary Projection 6.1 Auxiliary projections of machine parts 6.2 Use of auxiliary projections for solid geometry

10 04

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(07) 7.0 Interpenetration of Surfaces of Solids 7.1 Intersections/ interpenetration of surfaces of the solids with

axis perpendicular or parallel to reference planes

7.2 Intersection/interpenetration of two prisms

7.3 Intersection/interpenetration of two cylinders

7.4 Intersection/interpenetration of prism and cylinder

7.5 Intersection/interpenetration of pyramid and prism

7.6 Intersection/interpenetration of cone and cylinder

20

-

06

50 16

6. PRACTICE SHEETS:

1 Free hand sketches: a. One sheet with four problems b. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

2 Details and Assembly of Machine Parts a. Two sheet with two problems each. b. Home Assignments: Remaining problems in sketchbook.

3 Working Drawing A drawing sheet on two problems of working drawing of detail/ assembly

4 Sections Of Solids a. One sheet with four problems. b. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

5 Development Of surfaces of solids a. One sheet with four problems. b. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

6 Interpenetration of Surfaces of Solids a. One sheet with four problems. b. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

7 Auxiliary Projection a. One sheet with four problems. b. Home Assignments: Four problems in sketchbook.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING):

In depth study and understanding of the subject will be implemented by the following strategy

(i) Lesson plan

(ii) Use of charts, models, transparencies

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8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr

No

Author Title Edition Year of Publication

Publishers & Address

(i) N.D.Bhatt and Panchal

Geometrical and Machine drawing

49th

2010 Charotar publishing house pvt.ltd.

Opposite

AmulDairy,Anand-

388001

(ii) R.K. Dhawan Engineering drawing

2nd

2001 S.Chand& Co. Ltd, Ram Nagar,

New Delhi-110 055

(iii) R.K. Dhawan Machine drawing 2nd

2001 S.Chand& Co. Ltd., Ram Nagar,

New Delhi-110 055

(iv) P.S.Gill Machine Drawing 4th

2007 S.Kataria& sons 4760-61/23, Ansari

Road, Daryaganj,

New Delhi-110002

(India) (v) N Sidheswar,P

Kannaiah,V.V.S

. Sastry

Machine Drawing 2nd

2005 Tata McGraw Hill Publications, New

Delhi

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN: Que. No. Section I Section II

Bits Marks Bits Marks

1

Any 1 out of 2 a. On Ch. 2

b. On Ch. 2

26

2 Attempt the following

On Ch.1

12

3 Attempt the following

On Ch.3

12

4

Any 1 out of 2 a. On Ch. 7

b. On Ch. 7

20

5 Attempt the following

a.On Ch.4

b.On Ch.5

20

6 Attempt the following

On Ch.6

10

Total 50 50

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1. COURSE DETAILS:-

Program : ME/CH/PE Semester : III

Duration : 16 Weeks

Course: Basics of Electrical &

Electronics Code:160015

Group: Core (C) Optional

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEMES:-

Scheme of Theory Paper Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme instruction & duration & L/Pr/Cr

Periods Per Week marks

L P D T Cr Np Hrs Mks SSL Theory T/W PR OR Total

Paper

4 2 - - 6 1 3 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 C 426

3. OBJECTIVES:-

Students will be able to: (i) Understand the concept and principle of A.C. fundamentals, which can be applied to rectify electrical

faults and acquire supervisory role. (ii) Select the drive for a given application.

(iii) Draw and describe basic electronic circuit.

(iv) Draw and explain the characteristics of electronic devices.

4. Course Outcome: Students will be able to:

1) Understand the basic concept of Electronic Devices and Circuits.

2) Understand the fundamental automation by using different transducers.

3) Perform different Experiments on electronic circuit and measure its characteristics (voltage,

current and Frequency)

4) State the fundamental concept of Electrical Technology

5) Understand the concept of Single phase and three phase Electrical circuit

6) Classify electric motors and drives use for industrial applications

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5. DETAILED CONTENTS:-

SECTION I

Chapter Content

Hours Marks

1 Basic concept and principle of Electrical Engineering

1.1 Electricity fundamentals, Ohm's Law, Resistance in series and parallel

06 08

1.2 Kirchhoff’s law, Faraday’s Laws of Electromagnetic Induction

1.2 A.C. fundamental

Concept of 1φ & 3φ AC Supply, P.F. Active & Reactive Power (Simple

numerical)

2 D.C.- Motors

04 06

2.1 D.C. Motors working Principle

2.2 Types of D.C. Motor.

2.3 Characteristics & Applications.

3 Transformer

06 08

3.1 Working Principle (simple numerical)

3.2 Construction.

3.3 Core type & Shell type transformer.

3.4 EMF Equation (simple numerical).

3.5 Turn ratio, Current ratio & Voltage ratio

3.6 Concept of Auto transformer & 3 φ transformer

4 A.C. Motors 06 10

4.1 Classification

4.2 3φ Induction Motors Principle, construction, , Types & Application,

Starting and control IM and Capacitor start Motor

4.3 1φ Induction Motors

5 Electrical Drives 04 10

5.1 Introduction of Electrical Drives and advantages

5.2 Classification

5.3 Selection of Drive, Introduction to VFD

5.4 Drivers: Coupling, rope and chain drivers, Gear drivers.

6 Electrical Heating

06 08

6.1 Principle of Electrical Heating.

6.2 Resistance Heating, Induction Heating & di-electric Heating

Principle

7 Generation of Electricity

7.1 Basic principle of power Generation

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7.2 Different Power Plants

Total

32 50

Section -2 : Electronics

Chapter

Content

Hours

Marks

1 Introduction To Electronics Devices

07 09

1.1 Conductors, Semiconductors, Insulators.

1.2 Electronic components: Resistor, Capacitor and Inductors

1.3 Semiconductor: Intrinsic and Extrinsic

1.4 Diode PN junction diode- symbol, Working, Characteristics,

Applications

1.5 Zener diode - symbol, Working, Characteristics, bipolar junction

transistors (BJT), characteristics(C-E Configuration only)

2

06 09

2.1 Power devices silicon control rectifier (SCR), DIAC and TRIAC,

Symbol, working and characteristics

2.2 Photo devices: photodiode, phototransistor, symbol and working,

segment display

3 Rectifiers and filter circuits

03 06

3.1 Rectifier: Half wave, full wave and bridge types circuit, Wave form and

working

4 Amplifier and Oscillator

06 09

4.1 Single stage transitor Amplifier in C-E configuration, Circuit, wave form

and frequency response.

4.2 Two stage transitor Amplifier, R-C coupled

4.3 Principle, circuit and working of R-C phase shift oscillator.

5 Transducers

04 06

5.1 Transducers: Temperature, pressure and displacement.

6 Digital Electronics

06 11

6.1 Study of logic gates (AND, OR, NOT, NOR, NAND) Symbols and truth

table.

6.2 Study of flip-flop: J-K flip flop

6.3 Study of working principle of following with the help of block diagram:

Multiplexer(4:1), Demultiplexer(1:4) and Decade counter using J-K flip

flop

6.4 Introduction and application of microprocessors and microcontrollers in

Mechanica/Plastics/chemical Industry. I)Pressure control ii) Temperature

control

TOTAL

32 50

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6. PRACTICE:

Electrical (Any five experiments)

1. Kirchhoff‟s Current law

2. Kirchhoff‟s Voltage law

3. 3-Ammeter method

4. 3-Voltmeter Method

5. Speed load characteristics of dc shunt motor

6. Load test on 1-phase transformer

7. Star Connection Circuit

8. Delta connection circuit

9. Study of 1 phase induction motor

10. Study of electric heating

Electronics (Any five experiments)

1. Study of electronic components.

2. Study of P-N junction diode characteristics

3. Study of Zener diode characteristics

4. Study of transistor characteristics (CE) configuration.

5. Study of Diac characteristics

6. Study of rectifiers

7. Frequency response of single stage RC coupled CE amplifier

8. Study of RC Phase shift oscillator

9. Study of RTD thermistor characteristics

10. Study of logic gates.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING):-

The syllabus is taught as per the lesson plan Using charts and demonstration of machines, devices & circuits in the electrical & electronics

laboratories.

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:-

Sr. Author Title Edition Year of Publisher

No. publishing & Address

1 B.L.Thereja (Vol Electrical 3rd 2002 S.Chand & 1,2) technology company

2 V.N.Mittal Basic 9th 1997 Tata elect.engg. Megraw hill

3 Samarjit Ghosh Fundamental 1st 2003 Practise hall of electrical India

&

Electronics

engg.

4 V. K Mehta

Basic

Electr

onics

S.Chand and Company

5 R.P Jain

Digital

Electr

onics

TMH Publications

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9 QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: III

COURSE: THERMAL ENGINEERING CODE: 160208

GROUP: Core (C*)

2. TEACHING & EXAMINATION SCHEMES:

Teaching Scheme Credits Examination Scheme & Maximum Marks

Lecture

(Hours

Per

Week)

Practical

(Hours

Per

Week)

Paper

Theory

Sessional

Marks

Term

Work

Oral

Total

Hrs.

No. Of

Paper

Marks

3 2 5 3 1 100 70 30 25@ 25** 150

3. OBJECTIVES:

The students should be able to

1. Know various sources of energy and their applications.

2. Apply fundamental concepts of thermodynamics to thermodynamics systems .

3. Understand various laws of thermodynamics.

4. Apply various gas laws and ideal gas processes to various thermodynamics systems.

5. Calculate properties of two phase system by using steam tables and mollier diagrams.

6. Explain construction and working of boilers, mountings and accessories and air

compressors.

4. COURSE OUTCOMES:

The students should be able to

1. Interpret general concepts of thermodynamics and various thermodynamic processes.

2. Interrelate various air standard cycles and various concepts of air compressor.

3. Classify various boilers, its construction, working, mountings and accessories.

4. Identify the concepts of steam, steam engine, steam cycles, steam nozzles, condensers

and turbines.

5. Calculate properties of two phase system by using steam tables and Mollier diagram.

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5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

CHP CONTENTS MARKS HOURS

SECTION I

(01) General thermodynamics

1.1 Principles such as first and second law of thermodynamics

& limitations

1.2 Perfect gases and vapours

1.3 Laws of perfect gases

1.4 Specific heats and their relation with gas constant.

1.5 General gas equation and characteristic

gas equation of perfect gases.

1.6 Thermodynamic properties of gases,

Internal energy, enthalpy, entropy, work

done

1.7 Compression and expansion processes

1.8 Heating and cooling processes

10 04

(02) Different Thermodynamic Processes

2.1 Representation of processes on P-V and T-S diagrams

2.2 Calculations of work done, heat transfer, change in

internal energy, change in enthalpy and change in entropy,

etc.

2.3 Different processes

(a) Constant volume process

(b) Constant pressure process

(c) Constant temperature process

(d) Constant entropy process (Isentropic process)

(e) Polytropic process

10 05

(03) Air Standard Cycles

3.1 Assumptions of air standard cycles

3.2 Representation of different cycles on P-V

and T-S diagrams

1.3 Calculations of efficiencies and mean

Effective pressure of the following Air cycles

(a) Carnot Cycle

(b) Otto Cycle

(c) Diesel Cycle

(d) Dual Cycle

Numerical based on above cycles .

16 08

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04 Air Compressors

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Application of compressed air

4.3 Classification of compressor

(a) Reciprocating & rotary

(b) Single acting & double acting

(c) Single stage & multi stage

4.4 Terminology of reciprocating air

compressor

4.5 Multi staging of reciprocating air

compressor

4.6 Advantages of inter cooling

4.7 Types of inter cooling

4.8 Derivation of workdone with &without

clearance

4.9 Derivation of workdone for multi staging

reciprocating air compressor

4.10 Calculation of workdone ,power &

efficiencies

4.11 Introduction of rotary air compressor

types, vane blower, centrifugal & axial

flow.

4.12 Difference between reciprocating &

rotary air compressor.

14 07

50 24

SECTION II

05 Steam ,steam boilers ,performance of boilers.

5.1 Generation of steam

5.2 Types of steam

5.3 Properties of steam like dryness fraction,internal energy,

specific enthalpy,specific volume, specific entropy of dry,

wet and superheated steam

5.4 Principle of steam generation

5.5 Requirement of steam

5.6 General description & principles of working

5.7 Classifications of steam boilers

5.8 Applications of steam boilers

5.9 Principles parts of steam boilers

5.10 Water tube and fire tube boilers

5.11 Boiler mountings like water level indicator, pressure

16 08

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gauges, safety valves, steam stop valve, fusible plug, blow off

cock valve, high pressure and low level valve etc.

5.12 Boiler accessories like economiser, air preheater &

superheater etc.

5.13 Boiler efficiency

5.14 Load performance

5.15 Inspection of boil–ers

5.16 Starting & stopping of boilers

5.17 Simple numericals

06 Steam Engine

6.1 General description

6.2 Principles and working of a simple steam engine

6.3 P-V and T-S diagram of thermodynamic cycle of steam

engines.

06 02

07 Steam Cycles

7.1 General description

7.2 Cycles

(a) Rankine cycle

(b) Modified Rankine cycle

7.3 P-V, T-S and h-s diagrams of above cycles

7.4 Calculation of efficiencies and specific steam consumption

7.5 Applications of above cycles.

08 04

08 Steam nozzles, condensers and turbines.

8.1 Types of steam nozzles

8.2 Flow of steam through nozzles

8.3 Construction and working of convergent and divergent

nozzles

8.4 Calculation of area and velocity at throat and exit

8.5 Condition for maximum discharge

8.6 Effect of friction

8.7 Nozzle efficiency

8.8 Types of steam condensers

8.9 Applications of steam condenser

8.10 Construction and working of jet and surface condenser

8.11 Air pumps

8.12 Classification of steam turbines

8.13 Principles of working of impulse and reaction turbines

8.14 Compounding and governing of steam turbine

8.15 Velocity diagrams of impulse and reaction turbine

20 10

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8.16 Performance of steam turbines

8.17 Calculations of efficiency of impulse turbine

50 24

6. PRACTICE:

1 Study of reciprocating air Compressors.

2 Study of rotary air Compressors

3 Study of boilers-Water tube and fire tube Boilers

4 Study of high pressure boilers

5 Study of boiler mountings and Accessories

6 Study of steam engines

7 Study of steam condensers

8 Study of steam turbines

9 Study of compoundings and governings of steam turbine

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING):

(i) Teaching Plan

(ii) Visits, Use of charts, models

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr.

No.

Author Title Edition Year of

Publication

Publishers &

Address

1 P.L. Ballaney Thermal Engineering 24th 2003 Khanna

Publication,

New Delhi

2 R.S.Khurmi Thermal Engineering 12th 2000 S.Chand,

New Delhi

3 Dombkundwar S. Thermal Engineering 5th

Revised

2001 Dhanpat Rai

and Co. Pvt. Ltd.

New Delhi- 06

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9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1 COURSE DETAILS:-

Program: ME/CH/PE Semester: II

Duration: 16 weeks

Course: Strength Of Material Code: 160017

Group: C* Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of instruction & Periods Per Week

Theory Paper duration & marks

Scheme of Examination Scheme L/Pr/Cr

L P D T Cr Np Hrs Mks SSL Theory Paper

T/W PR OR Total

04 02 - - 06 01 03 100 30 70 50@ - - 150 426

3. OBJECTIVE:

The student will be able to 1. Define and distinguishes different types of stresses.

2. Work out the stresses under different conditions of loadings/forces 3. Predict the mode of failure

4. Predict the state of a body subjected to different system of forces 5. Draw S.F. & B.M. diagrams for given loads on beams.

Calculate the stresses in beams & shafts

4. OUTCOMES: 1) Define & distinguishes different types of Stresses 2) Understand the stresses under different condition of loading /forces 3) Solve the SFD & BMD diagrams for given Load on beam 4) Analyse and design structural members subjected to tension, compression, torsion, bending & combined stresses using fundamental concepts of stress ,strain and elastic behaviour 5) Calculate the stresses in a beam & shaft. 6) Perform Engineering work in accordance with ethical & economic constraints related to the design of structures and parts

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5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

CHAPTER CONTENT MARKS HOURS

SECTION-I

1 SIMPLE STRESSES & STRAINS

1.1 Definition of rigid body, plastic body and elasticity

1.2 Definition of strain, stress, modulus of elasticity

1.3 Classification of stress, strain. 1.4 Deformation of body due to axial load 1.5 Deformation of body of varying c/s due to

axial load, max. stress and min. stress induced (no tapering sections)

1.6 Stresses in bars of composite section. 1.7 Temperature stress and strain, coefficient

of thermal expansion 1.8 Temperature Stress in bars of composite

section. 1.9 Shear stress, complementary shear stress,

state of simple shear, modulus of rigidity

12 08

2 ELASTIC CONSTANTS

2.1 Definition of lateral strain, Poisson’s ratio.

2.2 Change in lateral dimensions 2.3 Volumetric strain due to axial force and change in volume 2.4 Bi axial and Tri axial stresses and volumetric strain 2.5 Definition of Bulk Modulus, change in volume 2.6 Relation between Modulus of Elasticity Modulus of rigidity and bulk modulus

08 06

3 STRAIN ENERGY 3.1 Types of loading – gradual, sudden &

Impact load 3.2. Definition of strain energy, modulus of resilience and proof resilience 3.3 Comparison of stresses due to gradual load, sudden load and impact load. Instantaneous stress induced in the body 3.4 Strain energy stored due to gradual, sudden & impact load in the body

08 05

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4 PRINCIPAL PLANES AND STRESSES

4.1 Stresses on oblique plane i.e. normal stress and tangential stress 4.2 Definition of principal planes and principal stresses 4.3 Principal planes and principal stresses due to Biaxial Stress System (Analytical and graphical method) 4.4 Principal plane and principal stresses due to complex stress system (Analytical and graphical method)

12 07

5 MOMENT OF INERTIA

5.1 Concept of moment of inertia M.I. of plane areas such as rectangle, triangle, circle, semicircle and quarter circle 5.2 Parallel axis and perpendicular axis theorem M.I of composite sections, built up sections, symmetrical and unsymmetrical sections, radius of gyration polar moment of inertia

10 06

TOTAL 50 32

SECTION-II

6 SHEAR FORCE & BENDING MOMENT DIAGRAMS 6.1Definition of Shear Force and Bending Moment Force , relation between SF & BM and Load. 6.2 .SF & BM Diagram for Simply supported, Cantilever, and Over Hang beams subjected to combination of Point Load, Uniformly Distributed Load.

14 10

7 BENDING STRESSES IN BEAMS 7.1 Concept of pure bending, Theory of Simple Bending, assumptions in Theory of Bending, Neutral Axis, Bending Stresses and their nature, Bending Stress Distribution Diagram, Moment of Resistance of flitched beam sections 7.2 Application of theory of bending to Symmetrical and asymmetrical beam sections.

10 06

8 DIRECT AND BENDING STRESSES. 8.1 Concept of direct (concentric) and eccentric load. 8.2 Uniaxial and Biaxial bending of short compression member

08 05

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8.3 Stress distribution across the section, resultant stress, condition for no tension, middle third rule, core of the section.

9 TORSION 9.1 Definition of torsion, theory of pure torsion, Assumptions, equation of torsion, angle of twist, torsional rigidity, polar section modulus, , 9.2 Torque transmitted by shaft Strength of shaft and stiffness of shaft Power transmitted by the shaft, design of shaft

10 06

10 STRESSES IN SHELLS: 10.1 Definition of thin & thick shells. Stresses in the walls of thin cylindrical shells due to Internal pressure, circumferential (hoop) & longitudinal stresses 10.2 .

Change in dimension, change in volume due to internal Pressure Thick cylindrical shell, Lame’s equation

08 05

TOTAL 50 32

5. LIST OF PRACTICALS:

1) Study of Universal Testing Machine & Extensometer

2)Tension test on standard mild steel specimen

3) Tension test on standard tor steel specimen

4) Shear test on standard mild steel specimen.

5) Izod Impact test

6) Brinell’s Hardness test

7) Bend test on bars and flats.

8) Transverse test on beam

9 ) Deflection test

10)Graphics (Mohr’s Stress Circles Minimum 6)

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6. IMPLEMENTION STRATEGY (PLANNING):

Teaching Plan

Model

REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. No.

Author Title

Edition Year of Publisher & Address.

Publication

1 Khurmi R.S. Strength of Latest 2004 S.Chand & Co. Mumbai

Materials

2 Ramamurtha Strength of Latest 2003 Dhanpatrai Pub. 3917, m Materials New Delhi

R.Narayanan

3 S S Strength of Latest 2005 Vikas Publishing House Bhavikatti Materials pvt ltd.

New Delhi-14

4 K Srinivas Strength of Latest 2003 Central Techno Rao Materials Publications

R M Kasare Nagpur-10

5 S B Mechanics of Latest - Charotar Publishers. Junnerkar Structures

Vol-1

8. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering. Semester: III

Course: Programming in C++ Code: 160209

Group: A Optional

2.TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions & Periods per week

Theory Paper Duration & Marks

Scheme of Examination

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

2 3 - - 5 - - - - 50@ 50** - 100

3. OBJECTIVE: C++ supports the two most popular programming paradigms procedural programming and object oriented programming. It also offers a powerful way to cope up with the real world problems. Students

will be able to write better programs in C++ because it offers software’s reusability, testability,

portability and reliability.

4. COURSE OUTCOME: After studying the Course the student will be able to:

1. List of the keywords, operators of the ‘C++’ language

2. Draw flowchart for programs

3. Write programs in ‘C++’

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

Chapter Contents Hours

1 Structured programming using C++ 02

1.1 C++ as a superset of C programming language

1.2 C++ Fundamentals: Character set, Identifiers and keywords, Data types

constants and Variables Declarations, Operators and expressions, Library

Functions, Symbolic constants, Preprocessor Directives

2 Data Input and Output: 03

2.1 getchar( ), putchar( ), scanf( ), printf( ), puts( ), cin, cout, setw( ), endl etc

2.2 Control statements: if, if-else, switch-case

Loop statements: for, while, do-while

Breaking Control statements: break, continue, goto

3 Functions And Program Structures 06

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Defining of Function

3.3 Return statement

3.4 Types of Function

3.5 Actual and formal Arguments

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3.6 Local and Global Variables

3.7 Default Arguments

3.8 Multifunction Programs

3.9 Storage Class Specifiers: Automatic, Register, Static, External Variables

3.10 Recursive Functions

4 Pointers 03

4.1 Declarations, Referencing and De-referencing, Passing Pointers to

Functions, Pointers to Arrays

4.2 Structures and Unions: defining and Processing a structure and union

5 Arrays 03

5.1 Array notation

5.2 Array Declaration

5.3 Array Initialization

5.4 Processing with Array

5.5 Arrays and Functions

5.6 Multidimensional Arrays

5.7 Character Arrays

6 Classes and Objects 08

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Structures and Classes

6.3 Declaration of Class

6.4 Arrays of Class Objects

6.5 Constructors: Copy and default constructors

6.6 Destructors

6.7 Static Class members: Static data member and static member functions

6.8 Friend Functions

6.9 Dynamic memory allocations

6.10 This pointer

7 Inheritance 02

7.1 Single inheritance

7.2 Multiple inheritance

8 Overloading 03

8.1 Function overloading: With various data types, with argument, scooping

rules for function overloading, special features of function overloading

8.2 Operator Overloading: Overloading Assignment, Binary operator

9 Polymorphism 02

9.1 Introduction, Virtual functions, Pure virtual functions

Total 32

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6. PRACTICE:

1. Programs on for ,do,do-while,while loop

2. Program on switch-case

3. Program on function and recursive function

4. Program on single and two dimension arrays

5. Program on pointers

6. Program on structure

7. Program on class and object, constructor, destructor, friend function

8 Program on single, multiple, multilevel inheritance

9. Program on function overloading and operator overloading

10.Program on polymorphism

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING): 1. Teaching Plan 2. Minimum 15 practical / assignments

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

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SHRI VILE PARLE KELAVANI MANDAL’S

SHRI BHAGUBHAI MAFATLAL POLYTECHNIC

TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME

PROGRAM: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME SEMESTER: IV (FULL TIME) w.e.f. batch admitted June, 2016 three Years (Progressively)

Sr no COURSE NAME

(CODE)

PRE.

REQ.

CODE

SCEME OF

INSTRUCTIONS &

PERIODS PER WEEK

NO. OF

PAPERS,

DURATION

&MARKS

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Group

Compulsory/

Optional

Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr HRS Mks SSL Theory

paper T/W Pract. Oral Total

1 # Automation (160210) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 325

2 Industrial

Management(160012) 3 - - - 3 3 100 30 70 - - - 100 M* 303

3 #Industrial Fluid

Power(160213) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 325

4 # Elective (Any One)

(i) Automobile Engg.

(160214) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 325

(ii) Mechatronics (160215) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 325

(iii) Material Handling

Systems (160216) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 325

(iv)Energy Conservation

and Audit (160227) 3 2 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 235

5 Mechanical Measurements

& Control (160217) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 A 325

6 World class Manufacturing

System (160218) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 A 325

7 Power Engg(160211) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 C* 325

8 Machining processes

(160207) 2 4 - - 6 3 -- -- -- 50** - 50** 100 C* 246

TOTAL 23 16 - - 39 500 210 490 275 -- 275 1250

Total periods 34 Papers = 05

* Compulsory, # Award Winning, ** Assessed by Internal Examiner and External Examiner jointly,@ Assessed by Internal Examiner only L-Lecture Period , P-

Practical period , D- Drawing Practice Period , T-Tutorial, Cr-Credit , SSL-Sessional, TW- Term work, PR- Practical , OR – Oral , Gr - Group , B-Basic, C-Core , A-

Application , M-Management

Head of the department Principal

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: IV Course: # Automation Code: 160210

Group: Application (A)* compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions and Periods per week

Theory Paper Duration and Marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme

L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

3 2 - - 5 03 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 325

3. OBJECTIVE : The student will be able to:

1.understand importance of automation in industry. 2. use automation for manufacturing and assembly systems. 3. use their knowledge of robotics in industry

4. understand to automate the primary functions used by end users.

.

5. know how PLC is connected to external components 6. Understand sensors, controllers, drivers, actuators and self regulated mechanism. 3. COURSE OUTCOME:

1. Describe the components of automation systems

2. Interlink the different components of automation systems

3. Explain general layout of automation system

4. Understand the different sensors in automation

5. DETAILED CONTENTS: SECTION I

Chapter Name of the Topic H ours Marks

01

Introduction of automation 1.1 Defination types of automation 1.2 Reasons for automation 1.3 Arguments for and against automation 1.4 Organization and information processing in manufacturing

I. business functions II. product design

III. manufacturing planning IV. manufacturing control

1.5 Automation strategies

06

10

02

Automation of machining oprations and assembly systems

2.1 automated flow lines and its types,methods of workpart transfer,transfer mechanisms ,buffer storage.

2.2 automation of machining operations-Single station

machine, rotary indexing machine, Trunnion machine, Centre

column machine, transfer machine 2.3 Automated assembly systems- design,types, parts of

feeding systems, 2.4 servomotors-AC and DC

09

20

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Chapter Name of the Topic H ours Marks

03

Robotics

3.1 Robot anatomy

1. joints and links 2. common robot configuration- polar, cylindrical,

Cartesian coordinate, jointed-arm, SCARA 3. work volume

3.2 Robot control systems 3.3 Accuracy and repeatability 3.4 End effectors 3.5 sensors in robotics-tactile, proximity, machine vision, optical ,potentiometer, optical encoders and tachometers 3.6 robot applications

1. material handling 2. Processing spot welding, continuous arc welding,

spray painting 3. assembly

4. inspection

09

20

Total 24 50

SECTION II

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours Marks

04

PLC 4.1 PLC configuration-processor, mounting rack, input output modules, power supply, programming unit. 4.2 System block diagram, internal relays, oscillators, holding contacts,

4.3 Counters, sequencers, timers, flashers, master control relays,AC motor Starter, AC motor overload protection 4.4 Wiring techniques- PLC power connection, input wiring, output wiring, and relay outputs.

4.5 Sensor output classification, proximity sensors, encoders,

transducers 4.6 comparison between limit switch and proximity switch.

4.7 comparison between conventional relay system and PLC.

10

20

05

Automated material handling and storage systems 5.1 automated guided vehicle systems-classification, vehicle guidance and routing, traffic control and safety, system management .Quantitative analysis of system. 5.2 Automated storage /Retrieval Systems-categories, basic components, controls, applications, quantitative analysis. 5.3 Carousel storage systems- configuration and control features, applications. 5.4 Interfacing handling and storage with manufacturing.

08

18

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06

Automated inspection and automatic identification

methods 6.1 automated inspection principals and methods 6.2 co ordinate measuring machine-construction, operation and programming, benefits and trends 6.3 flexible inspection systems and probes. 6.4 Machine vision- Image acquisition and digitization, image processing and analysis, interpretation. 6.5 Bar code technology 6.6 radio frequency systems, magnetic stripe, optical character recognition.

06

12

Total 24 50

6. LIST OF PRACTICAL: 1 Study of introduction of automation . 2 Study of automation of machines.

3 Study of assembly automation. 4 experiment on pick and place robot.

5 Study of applications of robot. 6 experiment on pick place application(PLC).

7 Experiment on simple article counter(PLC). 8 Expriment on hydraulic system(PLC).

9 study of material handling systems. 10 Study of storage systems.

11 Study of automatic inspection Techniques. 12 study of automatic identification techniques.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING)

(i) Lectures/(Use of OHP) (ii) Hand outs and part prints for the above topics (iii) Teaching Plan

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr. No.

Author Titl

e Pub

lication

01

MIKELL GROVER Automation, production

systems ,CIM

Prentice publishers

02 JOHN HACKWORTH Programmable logic

controllers PEARSON

03 PHI learning pvt ltd Programmable logic

controls

PHI

04 N narayan rao Cad/Cam principles and

applications Prentice publishers

05 P Radhakrinan Cad Cam Cim New age international

06 John webb Programmable logic

controls

Prentice hall publishers

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Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS :

PROGRAM: ME/CE/CH/IE/DE/EE Semester : IV/V

Course: Industrial Management Code : 160012

Group: M* Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Teaching Scheme Credits Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory Hrs. Per

Week

Practical Hrs. Per

Week

Paper TH Sessional T/W Pract. Total

Hrs. Np Mks

03 - 03 03 01 100 70 30 - - 100

3. OBJECTIVES: To make students:

1. Understand the process of formation and promotion of Industry.

2. Understand and apply the necessary Management/ Supervisory skills required in the organization 3. Know and understand the basic principles of supervision. 4. Understand the principles and practices in Human Resources Management. 5. Understand the basics concept of marketing, purchasing, finance and accounts.

4. COURSE OUTCOMES:

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

1. Classify the types of business ownerships and industries.

2. Explain the necessary management & supervisory functions, skills & responsibilities which are

required in an organization.

3. Summarize the concepts, principles and practices of human resources management, marketing

management, purchase management and financial management which are required in an organisation.

4. Summarize the concepts of industrial relations & disputes, costs accounting and costs control

techniques which are required in an organization.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS :

SECTION-I

Chapter Content Hours Marks

1. Introduction to Indian Industry 1.1 Meaning - Definition

1.2 Classification of Industry

1.3 Infrastructure and Location of Industry

1.4 Importance of Industry

1.5 Types of required in industries.

04 10

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2. Types of Ownership of Industry 2.1 Proprietorship 2.2 Partnership 2.3 Private Ltd Company 2.4 Public Ltd Company 2.5 Co-operative Enterprises 2.6 Public Sector Enterprises

05 10

3. Supervisor & Supervision 3.1 Meaning and definition 3.2 Role and Responsibilities of supervisor 3.3 Qualities of Supervisor 3.4 Skills of Supervisor 3.5 Functions of Supervisor

05 10

4. Management 4.1Introduction to management 4.2Meaning, definition and importance. 4.3Relevance of management to engineers. 4.4Principles of management. 4.5Resorces of management

05 10

5. Human resource management 5.1 Importance of human resources to industry. 5.2 Recruitment, selecting and placement of man-power. 5.3 Employee welfare measures in industry. 5.4 Industrial Training. 5.5Indutrial safety

05 10

TOTAL 24 50

SECTION II 6. Industrial Relations

6.1 Meaning and Importance. 6.2 Types of Industrial Relations. 6.3 Industrial disputes Causes. 6.4 Methods and machinery for resolving industrial disputes. 6.5 Trade union its role in maintaining industrial peace.

04 08

7 Procurement 7.1 Types of purchase. 7.2 Principles of purchase. 7.3Purchase procedures. 7.4 Inventory and inventory control. 7.5 Duties of storekeeper.

04 10

8. Marketing 8.1 Importance of marketing.

8.2 Difference between Sales and marketing. 8.3 Product life cycle and marketing strategies.

8.4 Channels of distribution. 8.5 Packaging and advertising.

04 10

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9. Finance 9.1 Sources of finance. 9.2 Working capital and fixed capital. 9.3 Financial statements of a company. 9.4 Financial ratios. 9.5 Budgets and budgetary control.

04 10

10. Cost and cost calculation 10.1 Objectives of cost calculation. 10.1 Classification of cost. 10.3 Variable and fixed cost. 10.4 Direct and indirect cost. 10.5 Functional cost. 10.6 Cost control and cost reduction. 10.7 Overheads and types of overheads. 10.8 Cost calculation of a product. 10.9 Break even analysis. 10.10Depreciation depreciation calculation.

08 12

TOTAL 24 50

6 . IMLEMENTATION STRATEGY:

1 . Lesson Plan 7 .REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr. No.

Author Title Edition Year of Publication

Publishers & Address

1. T.R. Banga

S.C. Sharma

Industrial

Organisation & Management

12 2012 Khanna

Publication

2. O.P. Khanna Industrial Management

5 2012 Dhanpat Rai & Sons

3 T.R. Banga S.C. Sharma

Industrial organization and

Engineering

Economics.

10 2010 Khanna Publication

4 Shelekar Industrial Management

4 2011

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1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Semester : IV Duration :16 Weeks

Course : # Industrial Fluid Power Course Code : 160213

Group : Application (A*) Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions

& Periods per Week

No. of Papers,

Duration & Marks

Scheme of Examination Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Theory Paper

T/W Pract. Oral Total

3 2 -- -- 05 03 100 30 70 50@ -- 50** 200 325

3. OBJECTIVE:

Student will be able to

Identify various components of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

Know the working principle of various components used for hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

Select appropriate components required for simple hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

List probable causes of faults or defects in the components.

Develop the circuits for job holding and tool operation in machine tools.

4. OUTCOMES

1. State various laws of fluid power

2. Explain general layout and components of hydraulic and pneumatic system

3. Draw hydraulic and pneumatic component symbol and circuit for simple application

4. Apply the knowledge of hydraulics and pneumatics to design various circuits as per

the industrial need.

5. DETAILED CONTENT

SECTION I

CHAPTER CONTENT HOURS MARKS

01 INTRODUCTION TO HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 02 04

1.1 General Layout Of Hydraulic System.

1.2 Merits & Demerits of Hydraulic System.

1.3 Applications Of Hydraulic System.

02 PUMPS USED FOR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 04 08

2.1 Introduction, Classification and Symbols of pump.

2.2 Construction and working of Gear Pump – External gear,

Internal gear and Gerotor pump.

2.3 Construction and working of Vane Pump – Balanced

vane and unbalanced vane pump.

2.4 Construction and working of Piston Pump – Axial Piston,

radial piston and bent axis piston pump.

2.5 Selection criteria for pump

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03 VALVES USED FOR HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 06 12

3.1 Classification and function of control valves.

3.2 Construction, Working & Symbols of Pressure Control

Valves – Simple Pressure Relief, Pressure Reducing and

Pressure Unloading valve, Sequence Valve (Counter

Balance), Pressure Override.

3.3 Construction, Working & Symbols of Direction Control

Valves – 2/2, 3/2, 4/2, 4/3 closed centre direction control

valve (Spool Type/Seat & Poppet Type). Symbolic

representation of methods of actuation for DCV.

3.4 Construction, Working & Symbols of Flow Control

Valves – Pressure compensated, Non-Pressure

Compensated FCV and check valve.

04 ACTUATORS AND ACCESSORIES FOR HYDRAULIC

SYSTEM

05 08

4.1 Classification.

4.2 Construction, Working & Symbols Of Linear Actuators

– Single Acting, Double Acting, Double Acting With

Double Piston Rod, Tandem And Telescopic cylinder.

4.3 Calculation of Force acting on piston during forward and

return stroke, velocity etc. (Simple Numerical)

4.4 Rotary Actuators – Hydraulic Motors (Symbol).

4.5 Accessories – Pipes, Hoses, Fittings, Oil Filters, Seals &

Gasket, Accumulators (Dead Weight, Spring Loaded,

Gas Pressurized).

05 HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS 07 18

5.1 Construction and working of basic hydraulic circuits

such as meter-in, meter-out, bleed off, regenerative

circuits.

5.2 Construction & Working of Sequential Circuit for a

given sequence (Max up to Two Actuators).

5.3 Symbols and their labels of components.

5.4 Construction & Working of hydraulic circuits used in

Shaper, Milling, Grinding etc.

5.5 Trouble Shooting Of Various Components of Hydraulic

Circuit/System

TOTAL 24 50

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SECTION II

CHAPTER CONTENT HOURS MARKS

06 INTRODUCTION TO PNEUMATIC SYSTEM 02 06

6.1 General Layout Of Pneumatic System.

6.2 Merits & Demerits of Pneumatic System.

6.3 Applications Of Pneumatic System.

07 VALVES USED FOR PNEUMATIC SYSTEM 06 12

7.1 Classification and function of control valves.

7.2 Construction and Working of Pressure Regulator,

selection criteria of regulator (Without its types)

7.3 Construction, Working & Symbols of Direction Control

Valves – 5/2 direction control valve (Spool Type Pilot

operated).

7.4 Construction, Working & Symbols of Flow Control

Valves – Fixed and Variable FCV, Shuttle valve, Quick

Exhaust.

7.5 Construction, Working & Symbol of Time Delay Valve.

08 ACTUATORS AND ACCESSORIES FOR PNEUMATIC

SYSTEM

05 12

8.1 Classification.

8.2 Construction, Working & Symbols Of Linear Actuators

– Single Acting, Double Acting cylinder

8.3 Calculation of Force acting on piston during forward and

return stroke, velocity (Simple Numerical)

8.4 Rotary Actuators – Air Motor (Symbol).

8.5 Accessories – Pipes, Hoses, Fittings, Air Filters, Water

trap, F-R-L Unit, cylinder mountings.

8.6 Selection criteria for Compressor

09 PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS 11 20

9.1 Pneumatic circuit to control of single acting and double

acting cylinder using pilot operated valve, flow control

valve, solenoid valve, roller operated valve etc., Impulse

Circuit

9.2 Construction & Working of Sequential Circuit for a

given sequence (Max up to Two Actuators)

9.3 Symbols and their labels of components.

9.4 Pneumatic circuit to control speed of unidirectional &

bi-directional motor

9.5 Trouble Shooting Of Various Components of

Pneumatic Circuit/System

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TOTAL 24 50

6. LIST OF PRACTICALS

1. Study of rotary pumps – Gear pump, vane pump, piston pump.

2. Study of pressure control valves, direction control valves, flow control valves and its use in

hydraulic circuits.

3. Study and demonstration of meter-in, meter-out, bleed off circuits.

4. Study and demonstration of sequencing circuit.

5. Study of various types of compressors.

6. Study of FRL unit, pressure regulators, direction control valves, flow control valves and its use in

pneumatic circuits.

7. Study and demonstration of pneumatic circuit for speed control of single and double acting

cylinders.

8. Study and demonstration of pneumatic circuit for speed control of Pneumatic motor.

9. Study of various accessories used in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

10. Study of trouble shooting procedures of various hydraulic circuits.

11. Study of trouble shooting procedures of pneumatic circuits.

12. Selection of circuit components for simple hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.

13. Mini project and its report based on hydraulic and pneumatic system or circuit principles.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) In depth study and understanding of the Course will be implemented by adopting the following

strategy.(Teaching plan)

i) Lesson plan.

ii) Use of charts, models and transparencies.

iii) Use of actual devices.

8. REFERANCE BOOKS

Sr.No. Author Title Edition Year of

publication

Publishers and address

1 Sperry Vickers Hydraulics

manual

XII 2002 Vickers Sperry international,

Mumbai

2 S.R.Majumdar Oil Hydraulic

system

Principle and

Maintenance

VI

Reprint

2004 Tata McGraw hill publishing

company limited, New Delhi-

110063

3 S.R.Majumdar Pneumatic

system

Principle and

Maintenance

XI

Reprint

2004 Tata McGraw hill publishing

company limited, New Delhi-

110063

4 H.L.Stewart Hydraulics and

Pneumatics

power for

production

- 2001 Industrial Press inc.New

York,U.S.A.

5 J.J.Pipenger Industrial

Hydraulics

- 1981 McGraw Hill, New York,U.S.A.

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(3 marks each ) 18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each ) 16

2 Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each ) 16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each ) 06

3 Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each ) 16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each ) 08

4

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each ) 18

5

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each ) 16

6

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each ) 16

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS: PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: IV Course: #Automobile Engineering Code: 160214 Group: Application (A)* Elective

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions and Periods per week

Theory Paper Duration and Marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme

L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

3 2 - - 5 03 100 30 70 50@ --- 50** 200 A* 325

3. OBJECTIVE 1) To enable the students to classify and identify vehicle systems and subsystems.

2) To introduce the concept of construction and working of automobile systems and

subsystems.

3) To introduce the concept of preventive maintenance, trouble shooting for

automobile vehicle.

4. COURSE OUTCOME - 01) Classify vehicles and identify vehicle system and subsystem components,

tools required for vehicle maintenance.

02) List different vehicle tests and trouble shootings in systems and subsystems.

03) Explain construction and working of vehicle systems and subsystems.

04) Prepare check list for preventive maintenance plan and demonstrate

assembly of subsystem such as steering and differential.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS: SECTION I

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours Marks

01

Introduction of Automobile 1.1 Classification of automobiles 1.2 Vehicle layout & types 1.3 Body construction - Types & Nomenclature of car

body. Introduction to aerodynamic body shapes Major manufacturers, their products & their collaborations.

1.5 Introduction to - Electrical & Hybrid vehicle.

07

10

02

Automobile Transmission 2.1 Clutch- necessity, construction & working of Cone ,

Single plate & Multiplate clutch. 2.2 Gear Box- tractive effort and tractive resistance,

types of G.B construction & working of constant mesh G.B., &synchromesh G.B., Epicyclic G.B., Torque converter, Overdrive, Transfer case, Freewheel unit.

2.3 Final drive- necessity, construction & working of propeller shaft & differential.

2.4 Axle- Type of rear axles ,rear axle drives, front axles & their applications

10

20

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Chapter Name of the Topic Hours Marks

03

Control Systems 3.1 Steering system- Requirement of steering system.

Construction and working of - steering linkage, steering gear

box , re-circulating ball type gearbox. Introduction to Power

steering, Steering geometry- camber, caster, toe-in, toe-out,

Kingpin inclination & their effects. 3.2 Brake system- construction & working of hydraulic &

Pneumatic brakes. Comparison of disc & drum brake.

07

20

Total 24 50

SECTION II

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours Marks

04

Suspension systems, wheels & Tyres 4.1 Necessity & classification of suspension system. 4.2 Working & construction of Leaf spring, rigid axle suspension. 4.3 Introduction to air suspension 4.4 Construction & working of McPherson & wishbone,

Trailing link suspensions. 4.5 Construction & working of telescopic shock absorbers. 4.6 Construction & working of spoked wheel, disc wheel & light alloy cast wheel. 4.7 Types of rims, their construction & working. 4.8 Construction, working & comparison of radial, cross ply and tubed, tubeless tyre & tyre specifications 4.9 Factors affecting tyre life

4.10 Wheel Alignment and Balancing

08

20

05

Automobile Electrical Systems & Body 5.1 Battery- working, construction & rating of battery. 5.2 Ignition system- construction & working of electronic and

CDI ignition system. 5.3 Starting system- construction & working of starting motor. 5.4 Charging system- construction & working of alternator 5.5 Wiring system-harnessing & colour codes. 5.6 Lighting system-head light, tail light, indicator light &

their circuits. 5.7 Gauges- construction & working of Fuel level gauge, oil gauge and water temperature gauge.

10

20

06

Vehicle Testing and Maintenance 6.1 Need of vehicle testing, different vehicle tests 6.2 Automobile shop equipment 6.3 Emission norms Euro III & IV

03

06

07

Recent trends in Automobiles 7.1 Introduction - microprocessor in automobile control systems. 7.2 Introduction to - Electronic Control module (ECM), Operating modes of ECM ( closed loop and open loop) Inputs required and output signals from ECM

03

04

Total 24 50

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6. LIST OF PRACTICAL: 1 Study & assembly of diaphragm spring type clutch. 2 Study of synchromesh gearbox.

3 Study & assembly of differential. 4 Study & assembly of steering gearbox.

5 Study & demonstration of rigid axle suspension. 6 Study & assembly of hydraulic brake system

7 Study of battery and charging system. 8 Carrying out preventative maintenance of four wheeler as per manufacturers

specifications. 9 Carrying out preventative maintenance of two wheeler as per manufacturers

specifications. 10 Study of LPG / CNG Kit.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) (i) Lectures

(ii) Hand outs and part prints for the above topics (iii) Teaching Plan

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr. No.

Author

Title

Publication

01 K. K. Jain and R.B. Asthana Automobile Engineering Tata Mcgraw hill

02 William Crouse Automobile Mechanics Tata Mcgraw hill

03 SRINIVASAN Automobile Mechanics Tata Mcgraw hill

04 H.M.Sethi Automotive Technology Tata Mcgraw hill

05 G.B.S. Narang Automobile Engineering Khanna Publication

06 Harold T. Glenn Auto Mechanics Mechanics Bennett &

Mckknight

07 Kirpal Singh Automobile Engineering

Vol. I and Vol. II Standard Publication

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. SUBJECT DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: IV Course: #Mechatronics Code: 160215 Group: Application (A)* Elective

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions and Periods per week

Theory Paper Duration and Marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme

L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

3 2 - - 5 03 100 30 70 50@ -- 50** 200 A* 325

3. Objective - 1 ) To introduce the concept and terms used in Mechatronics, Microcontroller and Microprocessor. 2) To enable students to understand the Block diagram 3) To introduce the concept of Electro-Pneumatic systems and Electro-Hydraulic Systems and their circuits, Root Locus, bode plot.

4. Course outcome-

1. Understand the basics of Mechatronics and its applications

2. Define & compare microprocessor, microcontroller, fluid power system & control

system components

3. Identify microprocessor, microcontroller, electro-pneumatic & electro-hydraulic

system and control system components.

4. Explain basics on stability of control system.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS

SECTION -I

Sr.No. Contents Hours Marks

01

Introduction to Mechatronics 1.1 Introduction to mechatronics, Definition, Mechatronics

systems in factory, business & home automation. 1.2 Introductions to Sensors –

Displacement, position and proximity Sensors; Velocity Sensors; Force Sensors; Flow sensors; Temperature Sensors.

1.3 Digital logic - Number systems, Logic Gates and Boolean Algebra

10

24

02

Microprocessor & Microcontroller 2.1 Overview, advantages and disadvantages of Microprocessor

and Microcontroller. 2.2 Architecture, working, functions and applications of 8085

Microprocessor, 8086 Microprocessor and 8051 Microcontroller.

2.3 A/D & D/A Converter; Types of transmission. 2.4 Introduction to ICs used for interfacing such as -

Programmable peripheral devices, USART, ADC and DAC. 2.5 Instruction Set.

14

26

Total 24 50

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SECTION II

Sr.No. Contents Hours Marks

03

Fluid Power System 3.1 Basic Fundamentals- Solenoid valves (AC &DC solenoid),

Servo valves, Switches, Push button, Relays, Memory latch, Logic control, Limit Switch, Reed Switch.

3.2 Design of Pneumatic circuits using Cascade method and

Shift Register Method. ( simple ckts. up to 3 cylinders)

3.3 Design of Electro-Pneumatic Circuits using single solenoid

and double solenoid valves; with and without grouping.

3.4 Basics of Electro Hydraulic circuits

12

26

04

Components of Control System & its Stability 4.1 Introduction to Control system,

Transfer function- definition, Properties, advantages, disadvantages

4.2 Block diagram algebra- introduction, canonical form, rules for block diagram reduction (simple numerical)

4.3 Concept of Stability, Relative stability, Stability criterion ( simple numerical)

4.4 Types of system, Error co-efficient & Steady state error (simple numerical)

4.5 Root Locus and Bode Plot (simple numerical)

.

12

24

Total 2444444444

50

6. LIST OF PRACTICAL

1. Assignment on Introduction to mechatronics 2. Assignment of various types of micro-processor & micro-controllers.

3. Study of the working of various digital to analog and analog to digital converters.

4. Assignment on electro pneumatic and electro hydraulic components 5. Assignment on development of simple circuits on electro-pneumatic system 6. Assignment on block diagram 7. Study of feedback control systems and servomechanisms 8. Assignment on root locus

9. Assignment on Bode plots. 10. Simple numerical on stability criterion. 11. Simple numerical on error coefficients and steady state error. 12. Presentation and its report on recent developments/trends in Mechatronics.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) (i) Lectures/(Use of OHP) (ii) Hand outs and part prints for the above topics

(iii) Teaching Plan

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8. REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr. No. Author Title Publisher & Address

01 Bolton W. Mechatronics Electronic control system in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

Pearson Education Ltd.

02 Histand B.H. and Alciatore D.G.

Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement system.

Tata McGraw Hill

03 John W. Wrbb

and Ronald Reis

Programmable Logic controllers.. Prentice Hall of India.

04 NIIT Programmable Logic control- Principles and Applications.

Prentice Hall of India

05 Mahalik N.P. Mechatronics principles, concepts and applications.

Tata McGraw Hill

06 Fawceett J.R. Pneumatic circuits and low cost automation

---------

07 Gaonkar R.S., Microprocessor Architecture, programming and applications with 8085

Wiley Eastern Ltd.

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Semester: IV Duration: 16 Weeks

Course : #Material Handling Systems Course Code: 120216

Group : Application (A*) ELECTIVE

2. TEACHING AND E X A M I N A T I O N SCHEME:

Scheme of

Instructions &

Periods per Week

No. of Papers,

Duration & Marks

Scheme of Examination Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr NP Hrs Mks SSL Theory

Paper

@T/W Pract. Oral Total

03 02 - - 05 01 03 70 30 100 50@ -- 50** 200 325

3: OBJECTIVE

The student will be able to.

1) Understand constructional & operational features of various materials handling systems.

2) Identify, compare & select proper material handling equipment for specified applications.

3) Know the controls & safety measures incorporated on material handling equipment.

4) Understand different material handling processes used in industries.

5) Appreciate the role of material handling devices in mechanization & automation of industrial process.

4: COURSE OUTCOME: The student will be able to

1) Classify and identify material handling systems

2) Explain construction and working of different types of hoists and conveyors

3) Determine the material handling cost.

4) Compare various material handling equipments

5. DETAILED CONTENTS

SECTION I

Chapte

r

Name Of Topic Hour

s

Marks

01 Introduction to Material Handling System

1.1 Main types of material handling equipments & their applications

1.2 Range of material handling

1.3 Types of movements

1.4 Methods of stacking, loading & unloading systems

1.5 Principles of material handling systems

05 10

02 Hoisting Machinery & Equipments

2.1 Construction, working and trouble shooting of different types of

hoists

such as lever operated hoist , portable hand chain hoist,

differential hoists, worm geared and spur geared hoists, electric &

pneumatic hoists, jumper

2.2 Construction, working of different types of cranes

such as rotary cranes, trackless cranes, mobile cranes, bridge

cranes, cable cranes, floating cranes & cranes traveling on guide

rails

2.3 Construction, working & trouble shooting of elevating equipments

such as stackers, industrial lifts, freight elevators, passenger lifts,

mast type elevators, vertical skip hoist elevators

08 16

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03 Conveying Machinery & Surface Transportation Equipment

3.1 Construction, working of traction type conveyors

such as belt conveyors, chain conveyors, bucket elevators,

escalators

3.2 Construction, working & trouble shooting of traction less type

conveyors such as gravity type conveyors, vibrating & oscillating

conveyors, screw conveyors, pneumatic & hydraulic conveyors,

hoppers gates & feeders

3.3 Construction, function, working of trackless equipment such as

hand operated trucks, powered trucks, tractors, AGV- Automatic

Guided vehicle, industrial Trailers

3.4 Construction, function, working of cross handling equipment

such as winches, capstans, Turntables, Transfer tables, monorail

conveyors

11 24

TOTAL 24 50

SECTION II

Chapte Name Of Topic Hours Marks

r

04 Components of material handling systems 09 20

4.1 Flexible hoisting appliances such as welded load chains, roller

chains, hemp ropes, steel wire ropes, fastening methods of wire &

chains, eye bolts ,lifting tackles lifting & rigging practices

4.2 Load handling attachments.

A)Various types of hooks-forged, triangular eye hooks, appliances

for suspending hooks

B) Crane grab for unit & piece loads

C) Electric lifting magnet, vacuum lifter

D) Grabbing attachment for loose materials

E) Crane attachment for handling liquids / molten metals

4.3 Arresting gear & Brakes.

A) Arresting gear construction & working

B) Construction & use of electromagnetic shoe brakes, Thruster

operated shoe brakes, control brakes

05 Mechanism used in material handling equipment

5.1 Steady state motion, starting & stopping of motion in following

mechanisms.

A) Hoisting mechanism

B) Lifting Mechanism

C) Traveling Mechanism

D) Slewing Mechanism

E) Rope & chain operated Cross- Traverse Mechanism

05 10

06 Selection of material handling equipment

6.1 Factors affecting choice of material handling equipment such as

type of loads, hourly capacity of the unit, direction & length of

travel

6.2 Methods of stocking at initial, final & intermediate points

6.3 Nature of production process involved

6.4 specific load conditions & economics of material handling system

03 08

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07 Material Handling Cost Concepts & Determination

1 Difficulties, Reasons & Need for determining material handling

costs.

2 Factors affecting material handling costs

3 Types of costs & its evaluation

4 Simp le numerical on transportation

07 12

TOTAL 24 50

6. LIST OF PRACTICALS:

A 1) Study of any one type of conveyor belt, Screw, pneumatic, hydraulic.

2) Study of any one type of crane (working model or actual).

3) Study of fork lift truck (using electric drive or diesel engine) or hoisting equipment.

4) Study of preventive maintenance schedule of major materials handling equipment.

5) Power point presentation on recent material handling system & system design.

B Note: Select any three mini project from following and Coursemit report of the same

(min. 5 pages)

1. Collect and write detail specifications of any two major material handling devices.

2. Collect and write information about manufacturer, Cost, Capacity range , availability,

application of any one material handling equipment like Hoisting equipment, Conveying

equipment, Surface transportation equipment.

3. Collect photographs of ten different types of cranes used in industries. Write name and

specific utility of each.

4. Collect photographs of ten different types of conveyers used in industries. Write name and

specific utility of each

5. Write name of material handling devices and their utility after visiting any big industry

nearby area

6. Using internet collects and writes information about six major manufacturer of material

handling equipment

7. Write report about testing of overhead crane for its lifting capacity.

C Visit to coal handling plant of thermal power plant or cement industry to observe working of

different types of bulk material handling devices (at least three equipments). Write report of

the visit.

OR Visit to steel industry or automobile manufacturing unit or sugar industry to observe

different types of roller conveyors, Bucket elevators, overhead cranes load handling

attachments, electric lifting magnet (at least 3 equipments). Write report of the visit.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) :

1. Lesson Planning

2. Use of Transparencies (OHP)

3. Demonstration (AV Resources)

4. Use of hand tools and machine tools

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8. REFERANCE BOOKS:

SR.NO AUTHOR TITLE PUBLISHER

01 N. Rundenko Material handling equipment Peace Publisher, Moscow

02 M. P. Alexandrov Material handling equipment MIR Publisher, Moscow

03 Y. I. Oberman Material handling MIR Publisher, Moscow

04 R. B. Chowdary &

G. R. N. Tagore

Material handling equipment Khanna Publisher, Delhi

05 Allegri T. H. Material handling (Principles &

Practice)

CBS Publisher, Delhi

06 James M Apple Materials handling systems design JohnWiley & sons, New-

york.

07 Daylas R. W.

Pergaman,

Berlin Encyclopedia of materials

handling

08 Immer J. R. Material handling Mc Graw Hill, New York

09 Para meswaran M.

A.

Material handling equipment C.D.C.

in Mechanical Engg.,

I.I.T., Chennai

10 Elias S. Tyler &

E.J Corenthal

Material Handling Traffic and

Transportation

Mc Graw Hill, New York

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: IV Course: #Energy Conservation & Audit Code: 160227

Group: Application (A)* Elective

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions and Periods per week

Theory Paper Duration and Marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme

L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

3 2 - - 5 03 100 30 70 50@ -- 50** 200 A* 325

3. Objectives -

1. To explain the concept of energy conservation and its benefits.

2. To make students understand different energy conservation techniques, acts and codes.

3. To explain the procedure of energy audit.

4. To introduce the procedure of techno-economic evaluation of an energy conservation project.

4. Course outcomes-

After the successful completion of this course the students will be able to -

1. Identify the energy consumption & demand supply gap of energy in Indian scenario.

2. Carry out energy audit of an industry/organization.

3. Describe the energy conservation methods in industries, power generation, transmission and

Distribution.

4. Select appropriate energy conservation method to reduce the wastage of energy.

5. Determine the techno economic feasibility of the energy conservation technique adopted.

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5. DETAILED CONTENTS

SECTION-I

Sr.No. Contents Hours Marks

01

Energy Conservation and Management

1.1 Sector wise Energy consumption & Demand supply gap in Indian Scenario, Scope for energy conservation and its benefits.

1.2 Energy conservation Principle – Maximum energy efficiency, Maximum cost effectiveness.

1.3 Mandatory provisions & various features of Energy Conservation Act, Energy Conservation Building Codes (ECBC).

1.4 Energy management concept and objectives.

06

12

02 Energy Conservation In Industries 2.1 Energy saving opportunities in electric motors; Benefits

of Power factor improvement and its techniques; Energy conservation by Variable Speed Drive.

2.2 Energy conservation in ventilation and air conditioning systems / equipments such as compressors, pumps, fans and blowers; Insulating the Heating / cooling fluid pipes, automatic door closing- Air curtain, Thermostat Control.

2.3 Energy conservation in electric furnaces, ovens and boilers.

2.4 Lighting techniques – Natural, CFL, LED lighting sources and fittings.

09

20

03 Energy Conservation in Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution

3.1 Performance improvement of existing power plant: co- generation, small hydro, DG Set, Waste Heat Recovery.

3.2 Demand side management & Load response programmes.

3.3 Types of tariff and restructuring of electric tariff. 3.4 Technical measures to optimize transmission and

distribution losses.

09

18

Total 24 50

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SECTION-II

Sr.No. Contents Hours Marks

04 Energy Audit 4.1 Energy audit and its benefits. 4.2 Energy flow diagram. 4.3 Preliminary & Detailed energy audit. 4.4 Methodology of Preliminary energy audit and Detailed

energy audit – Phase I(Pre audit), Phase II(Audit) and Phase III(Post audit)

4.5 Energy audit report. 4.6 Electrical Measuring Instruments - Power Analyser,

Combustion analyzer, fuel efficiency monitor, Thermometer-contact, infrared, Pitot tube and manometer, water flow meter, leak detector, tachometer and luxmeter

4.7 IE rules and regulations for energy audit 4.8 Case study/ Numerical on Energy Audit

14

28

05 Techno-Economic Evaluation of Energy Conservation Project

5.1 New equipment - technology, staffing & training. 5.2 Calculation and costing of energy conservation project. 5.3 Depreciation cost, Sinking Fund method. 5.4 Cost evaluation by Return on Investment (ROI) and Pay

Back method. 5.5 Risk analysis. 5.6 Case study/ Numerical on Techno-Economic

Evaluation of Energy Conservation Project.

10

22

Total 2444444444

50

6. LISTOFPRACTICAL

1 Study of various energy management systems prevailing in a particular industry/organization.

2 Study of Energy Conservation Act 2003.

3 Study of Energy Conservation Building Codes.

4 Study of various energy conservation methods useful in a particular industry.

5 Study of various energy conservation methods useful in power generation, transmission and

distribution.

6 Preparation of energy flow diagram for an industry/commercial premises.

7 Study of various measuring instruments used for energy audit.

8 Preparation of sample energy audit questionnaire.

9 Case study on energy audit for an industry/commercial premises.

10 Determination of payback period for a given energy conservation project/equipment.

11 Determination of depreciation cost of a given energy conservation project/equipment.

12 Case study on Techno-Economic Evaluation of Energy Conservation Project.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) (i) Lectures/Use of OHP (ii) Handouts and part prints for the above topics (iii) Teaching Plan

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8. REFERENCEBOOKS

Sr.No. Author Title Publisher&Address

01 Sivaganaraju, S

Electric Energy Generation, Utilisation and

Conservation

Pearson, New Delhi,

2012 02 Wayne C. Turner

Energy Management Handbook John Wiley and Sons

03 Paul O Callaghan

Energy management

Mcgraw Hill, New Delhi

04 Prasanna Chandra

Project Management

Tata Mcgraw Hill, New

Delhi

05 Patrick/Patrick/Fardo Energy Conservation guide book Prentice Hall

06 L.C. Witte, P.S. Schmidt, D.R. Brown

Industrial Energy Management and

Utilization

Hemisphere Publication

07 A.V.Desai Energy Economics Wieley Eastern

9. QUESTIONPAPERPATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

Program: Mechanical Engineering Semester: IV

Course: Mechanical Measurements & Control Code: 160217

Group: Application (A) Optional

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of

instruction&

period per week

Theory paper

duration &

marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme

L P D T Cr Np Hrs Mks SSL Th

paper

TW PR OR TOT L/Pr/Cr

3 2 5 1 03 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 A 325

3. OBJECTIVES:

Students will be able to….

Understand the principle of operation of instruments.

Appreciate the concept of calibration of an instrument.

Select suitable measuring device for particular application.

Distinguish between various types of errors.

To study devices used in various fields like Refrigeration & Air Conditioning,

Automobile, Fluid Mechanics Etc.

4. OUTCOME: 1. Identify various measuring instruments.

2. Classify & distinguish measuring instruments.

3 Sketch & explain measuring instruments.

4 Test on Test Rig & calculate the data to find the end result.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

SECTION: I

SN Chapter Contents Marks Hrs.

1 Introduction to measurement:

1.1 Significance of measurement,

1.2 Methods of measurement,

1.3 Static characteristics

1.4 Dynamic characteristics

1.5 Errors, classification of errors.

10 08

2 Flow measurement

2.1 Variable head meters examples : Venturimeters,

Orifice meters, Pitot Tube etc.

2.2 Variable Area meters Example:Rotameter.

20 08

3 Control System :

3.1 Definition of System, Control

3.2 Term used in control system

3.3 Examples of control system.

1.4 Classification & examples of various types.

20 08

Total 50 24

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SECTION -II

4 Temperature Measurements :

1.1 Liquid in glass thermometers

1.2 Pressure thermometer

1.3 Bi-metallic thermometer

22 10

5 Speed Measurements:

Mechanical Tachometers 06 04

6 Miscellaneous Measurement

6.1 Humidity Measurement

6.2 Type of humidity measuring devices

6.3 Liquid level Measurements

6.4 Sight glass

6.5 Float type

22 10

Total 50 24

6. LIST OF PRACTICALS.

1. Measurement of flow by using Venturimeter.

2. Measurement of flow by using Orificemeter

3. Measurement of flow by using Rotameter.

4. Temperature measurement by using RTD

5. Temperature measurement by using Thermistors.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) (Teaching in depth plan)

(i) Lesson Plan study and understanding of the Course will be implemented by adopting the following

strategy

(ii) Use of charts, models and transparencies.

(iii) Use of actual devices

8. REFERENCE BOOKS Sr. Author Title Publisher

1 D.S. Kumar Mechanical Measurement & Control 2nd 1989

Himalaya Publishers,Delhi-06

2 Paranjape& Kasare

Instrumentation & Control 1st 2008 Central Techno Publication.

3 GavhaleS.L . Mechanical Measurement & Control 1st 2009

Nirali Prakashan

9. QUESTIONPAPERPATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Semester : IV Duration :16 Weeks Course : World Class Manufacturing System Course Code : 160218 Group : Application (A) OPTIONAL

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions

& Periods per Week

No. of Papers,

Duration & Marks

Scheme of Examination Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr NP Hrs Mks SSL Theory Paper

T/W Pract. Oral Total

3 2 -- -- 05 01 03 100 30 70 25@ -- 25** 150 325

3. OBJECTIVES

a. To understand the concept of Excellence in manufacturing Traditional & current concepts

b. Building organization strength through Customer focus Overcoming impediments

c. To learn how to achieve stability and sustain Excellent manufacturing practices.

4. OUTCOMES

a. Understand the concept and the importance of manufacturing strategy for industrial enterprise

competitiveness.

b. Identify the factors (Waste) affecting the manufacturing system to achieve world class production.

c. Identify, formulate and implement strategies for manufacturing and therefore enterprise competitiveness.

d. Apply the appropriate techniques in the analysis and evaluation of company’s opportunities for enhancing

competitiveness in the local, regional and global context.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS

SECTION-I

Chapter Content Marks Hours

1 INTRODUCTION TO WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING 12 06

1.1 Meaning Of World Class

1.2 WCM Techniques, Pillars of WCMS

1.3 Characteristics, Aspects & Principles of WCM

1.4 WCM Schonberger Model, Gunn’s Model & Framework

2 INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING STRATEGY 12 06

2.1 Manufacturing Strategy structure

2.2 Competitive advantage concept

2.3 Competitive Priorities & Decision Categories

2.4 Manufacturing capabilities

2.5 Manufacturing Performance: Quality Performance, Delivery Performance, Flexibility Performance & Cost Performance

3 PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICIES OF WCM 26 12

3.1 Manufacturing as a competitive tool

3.2 Introduction to Total Quality Management (TQM) and its Pillars 3.3 Process Control; Bench Marking; Digital Manufacturing Overview 3.4 Design Of Experiment: Introduction, Background & Overview 3.5 Value stream mapping & its tools

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3.6 Cellular/ Group Technology (Simple Numerical)

TOTAL 50 24

SECTION-II

6. PRACTICALS:

01. Assignment on simple numerical on rank order clustering and network diagram using Hollier methods.

02. Study of various mapping tools.

03. Study of DOE and its examples.

04. Study of digital manufacturing block diagram and techniques.

05. Study of E-Commerce and E-Marketing.

06. Preparation of Product and process based case study.

07. Study of Kanban & Kaizen system.

08. Problems on work method study.

09. Simple numerical on standard time, rating and allowances.

10. Presentation based on various WCM system & tools, features of WCM, Principles of WCM and Recent trends

in WCM with report.(one presentation per student)

11. Assignment on various rapid prototyping techniques.

12. Assignment on HRM in WCM.

4 GLOBALIZATION & WCM THROUGH E-COMMERCE 14 08

4.1 E-business models based on the relationship of transaction parties- B2C, B2B, C2C, C2B 4.2 E-Marketing & E-Marketing Trends 4.3 E-Payment System Overview

4.4 E-customer Relationship Management 4.5 Introduction to E-Supply Chain Management 4.6 E- Strategy, Legal & Ethical issues in E-commerce

5 SYSTEM AND TOOLS FOR WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING 28 12 5.1 Improving Product & Process Design

5.2 Seven wastes; Introduction to Lean Manufacturing System & tools - JIT, MPC, MRP, MRP-II, 5’s, Kaizen, Poka-Yoke, Rapid Prototyping, Kanban, and Six Sigma. 5.3 Total Waste Elimination & its various methods; Value Engineering 5.4 Introduction to Work study, method study & Time study (Simple Numerical)

6 OTHER FEATURES OF WCMS 08 04

6.1 Supply Chain Management & key issues in SCM 6.2 Study of various performance measures in world class organization

6.3 Human Resource Dimensions in WCM 6.4 Strategic decisions in Manufacturing Management

6.5 Review of Operations Scheduling Process TOTAL 50 24

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7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING)

i) Use of Charts, Models & Projector.

ii) Teaching Plan

iii) Power point presentations

8. REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr. Author Title Publisher

1 Mattias Hallgren Manufacturing Strategy, Capabilities and Performance

UniTryck, Linköping, 2007

2 Champ ,Robert C. Finding And Implementing Best Practices Vision Books , New Delhi2008

3 Grege Design For Six Sigma TMH 2003,ISBN 0-07-058120

4 Kesavan R Total Quality Management I K International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd 2008

5 Ron Moore Making Common Sense Common Practice Models For Manufacturing Excellence

Butter Worth Heinemann

6 Jeffrey K.Liker The Toyota Way Tata McGraw Hill

7 V. K. Narayanan Managing Technology & Innovation For

Competitive Advantage

Prentice Hall

8

Richard J Schonberger

World Class Manufacturing - The Lesson Of

Simplicity

Free Press - A Division Of Simon

And Schuster

9

Sahay B S, Saxena K B C, Ashish Kumar

World Class Manufacturing- A Strategic Perspective Macmillan India Ltd, ISBN

0333- 93-4741

10 P T JOSEPH, S J E-Commerce PHI

11 William J. Stevenson Operations Management with DVD in the Book

by, Special Indian Edition, Tata

McGraw Hill Co. Chennai.

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No

SECTION-1 SECTION- 2 PERIODICAL TEST

BITS MARKS BITS MARKS BITS MARKS

1 Any 6 out of 8 18 Any 4 out of 5 16

2 Any 4 out of 6 16 Any 1 out of 2 06

3 Any 2 out of 3 16 Any 1 out of 2 08

4

Any 6 out of 8 18

5

Any 4 out of 6 16

6

Any 2 out of 3 16

50 50 30

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1) SUBJECT DETAILS:-

COURSE: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER: IV POWER ENGINEERING ( 160211 ) COMPULSORY GROUP: CORE (C*) DURATION: 16 WEEKS

2) TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:-

3) OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to (1) Understand construction and working of different types of IC engines and their Sub systems (2) Calculate power and efficiency of IC engine and conduct test on IC engine (3) Learn the assembling and dismantling of IC engine (4) Learn the working and application of gas turbine (5) Calculate efficiency and power required of Gas turbine (6) Understand the concept of conduction, convection and radiation (7) Understand the concept of heat exchanger and heat transfer through heat Exchanger (8) Calculate heat transfer through different structure (9) Know the principle and working of air craft engine 4) COURSE OUTCOME: Students will be able to

1. Identify different parts of the SI, CI engine and Gas turbine and describe the concept of heat transfer and air craft engine.

2. Explain the working of SI, CI and their various systems, Gas turbine and Air craft engine, assembling and dismantling of IC engine and its failure

3. Apply the knowledge of IC engine in classifying and comparing SI CI engine and computing the performance of IC engine,

4. Analyze the heat transfer rate through different shapes and material and compare the analysis to select the best material.

5) DETAILED CONTENT: Section I

CHAPTER CONTENTS MARKS HOURS CO%

01 SI engine 1.1 Introduction and application of IC engine 1.2 Classification of IC engine 1.3 Nomenclature of IC engine 1.4 Construction & working of two stroke and four stroke SI engine with actual and ideal p-v diagram 1.5 Actual valve timing diagram of two stroke and four stroke SI engine 1.6 Theory of detonation or knocking 1.7 Effect of detonation 1.8 Application of SI engine

12 06 CO1=40% CO2=60%

02 CI engine 2.1 Construction & working of four stroke CI engine with actual and ideal p-v diagram 2.2 Actual valve timing diagram of two stroke and four stroke CI engine

12

06

CO2=70% CO3=30%

Teaching scheme Credits Examination scheme & maximum marks

Lecture (Hrs/ week)

Practical (Hrs/ week)

paper Theory

Sessional marks

Term work

Practical /oral

Total

Hrs No. of paper

marks

3 2 5 3 1 100 70 30 25@ 25** 150

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2.3 Comparison of SI & CI engine 2.4 Stages of combustion of CI engine 2.5 Theory of diesel knock 2.6 Application of CI engine 2.7 Construction & working of two stroke and four stroke engine with actual &ideal p-v diagram 2.8 Valve timing diagram of two stroke and four stroke engine 2.9 Theory of scavenging of two stroke engine

03 Systems of IC engine 3.1 Ignition system 3.11 Introduction 3.12 Battery ignition system (construction & working) 3.13 Magneto ignition system (construction & working) 3.14 Theory of Firing order up to 5 cylinder 3.15 Construction & working of spark plug 3.2 Fuel injection system 3.21 Introduction 3.22 Air injection system(construction, working, advantages & disadvantages only) 3.23 Solid injection system Individual pump & injector system Common rail system Distributor system 3.3 Calculation of throat diameter of simple Carburetor (exact method only & no derivation) Practical’s:- (i) Study of petrol engines & its special features like

carburetor and spark plug (ii) Study of diesel engines & its special features

like fuel pump, fuel injector and nozzles

(iii) Study of cooling and lubrication of IC engine (iv) Study of ignition system used in SI engine

14

07

CO2=70% CO3=30%

04 Testing and performance of IC engine ( no derivation) 4.1 Calculation of break thermal efficiency, Break mean effective pressure( bmep)& volumetric efficiency of petrol engine 4.2 Calculation of mechanical efficiency, gas consumption, indicated thermal efficiency & heat balance sheet of gas engine 4.3 Calculation of thermal efficiency, bmep & Volumetric efficiency of oil engine

12 05 CO3=70% CO1=30%

50 24

SECTION II

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05 Supercharging and turbo charging of IC engine 5.1 Concept of supercharging 5.2 Supercharging of SI and CI engine (working only) 5.3 Methods of supercharging 5.4 Advantages & disadvantages 5.5 Concept of turbo charging 5.6 Methods of turbo charging Maintenance of IC engine 5.7 Starting of IC engine 5.8 Stopping of IC engine 5.9 Methods of governing of IC engine 5.10 Common faults, causes & remedies of IC engine

12

06

CO1=40% CO2=60%

06 Gas turbine (no derivation) 6.1 Classification 6.2 Theory of simple ideal gas turbine 6.3 Polytropic or small stage efficiency 6.4 Comparison of open cycle and closed gas turbine 6.5 Calculation of thermal efficiency and power required

12

05

CO2=30% CO3=70%

07 Heat transfer (no derivation) 7.1 Different modes of heat transfer 7.2 Introduction of conduction 7.3 Fourier law of conduction 7.4 Steady state heat transfer through flat , Cylindrical and spherical surfaces(maximum two parts in each) 7.5 Calculation of thermal conductivity & resistivity of Above Shapes ( maximum two parts of same or composite material) 7.6 introduction to convection 7.7 Calculation of heat transfer through combined Conduction – convection mode of heat transfer( maximum two fluid or gas) 7.8 Introduction to radiation 7.9 Stefan Bolts man law and Kirchhoff’s law 7.10Concept of black, grey and white body 7.11 Concept of emissivity, absorptivity and transmissibility 7.12 Calculation of emissivity, thermal resistance and heat transfer 7.13 Classification of heat exchanger 7.14 Calculation of LMTD, size of the tube and heat transfer rate for parallel and counter flow heat exchange

20 10 CO1=30% CO4=70%

0.8 Air craft engine 8.1 Principles of jet propulsion 8.2 Classification of jet propulsion 8.3 Principles of working of turbojet and turboprop engine 8.4 Advantages and disadvantages of jet propulsion over others

06

03

CO2=40% CO3=60%

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50 24

6. PRACTICE:

1 Study of SI and CI engine

2 Study of two stroke and four stroke engine

3 Study of petrol engines & its special features like carburetor and spark plug

4 Study of diesel engines & its special features like fuel pump, fuel injector and nozzles

5 Study of cooling and lubrication of IC engine

6 Study of ignition system used in SI engine Tutorials: One assignment on Systems of IC engine

7 Tutorials :- Two assignments on Testing and performance of IC engine

8 Dismantling and assembling of IC engines

9 Starting, stopping and governing of IC engine

10 Study of gas turbine Tutorial:- One assignment on gas turbine.

11 Tutorial:- Three assignments on heat transfer.

12 Study of air craft engine

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(7) IMPLEMENTATION PLAN & STRATEGY (i) Teaching plan (ii) Lesson plan (iii) Use of charts, models, PPTs and industry visit (iv) Seminar presentation (8) REFERANCE BOOKS

Sr. no

Author Title Edition Year of publication

Publishers

1 Mathur & Sharma Internal Combustion Engine

Dhanpat Rai & Son’s New Delhi

2 P.L.Balani Thermal Engineering

Khanna Publication, New Delhi

3 Dombkundwar S Thermal Engineering

Dhanpat Rai & Son’s New Delhi

4 Khurmi/ Gupta Thermal Engineering

5 R.Yadav Thermodynamics & heat engine Volume 2

Central publishing house

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No

SECTION-1 SECTION- 2 PERIODICAL TEST

BITS MARKS BITS MARKS BITS MARKS

1 Any 6 out of 8 18 Any 4 out of 5 16

2 Any 4 out of 6 16 Any 1 out of 2 06

3 Any 2 out of 3 16 Any 1 out of 2 08

4

Any 6 out of 8 18

5

Any 4 out of 6 16

6

Any 2 out of 3 16

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. Semester – IV

Course: Machining Process Code - 160207

Group: Core(C)*

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory Practical Credits

Paper Theory Sessional

Term Oral Total

Hrs per Hrs Per Hrs NP Mks Work

Week Week

02 04 06 -- -- -- -- --- 50** 50** 100

3. OBJECTIVES:

The student will able to:

• Know workshop processes such as Lathe, Milling, Press Working, Shaping, Planing, Slotting,

broaching etc.

• Read and interpret job drawings. • Operate, control different machines and equipment.

• Produce jobs as per specified dimensions.

• Adopt safety practices while working on various machines.

4. OUTCOMES:

• State working principle of various machines like Lathe, Milling, Drilling, Shaper, Slotting,

Broaching.

• Explain the influence of cutting tool and cutting parameters on the output.

• Explain various operations, work holding devices, tool holding devices and tool nomenclature for

different machines like Lathe, Milling, Drilling, Shaper, Slotting, Broaching.

• Apply the knowledge in solving the industrial problems and meeting the production targets by

choosing the proper input parameters for machine tools

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5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

SECTION-I

Sr.No. Details Of Theory Contents Period Marks

01 Lathe 10 30

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Types – Speed, Engine, Capstan & Turret - turret indexing

mechanism, tool holding devices, differentiation, Automatic,

Bench, Tool room

1.3 Specifications

1.4 Parts

1.5 Mechanism – Half Nut

1.6 Accessories and Attachments – Lathe Centers, Catch Plates and

Carriers, Chucks - Three jaw, Four jaw and Magnetic , Face Plate,

Angle Plate, Mandrel- Plane, Step and Collar

1.7 Operations such as Centering, Turning, Facing & it’s types ,Taper

Turning –Form Tool, Set over the Tailstock, Swiveling the

Compound Rest, Thread Cutting, Drilling, knurling, Reaming,

Boring, Grooving.

1.8 Single Point Cutting tool Nomenclature

1.9 Introduction to Process Parameters (Speed, Feed, Depth of Cut )

02 Drilling 06 20

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Specification and Construction of Sensitive, Radial, Gang, Multiple

Spindle Drilling machines

1.3 Drill Nomenclature

1.4 Different operation- Drilling, Tapping, Boring, Counter boring,

Counter sinking, Reaming, Spot Facing

1.5 Work Holding Devices – T Bolt, U Clamp, Finger Clamp, Plane

Vice, V Block, Step Block, Angle Plate

1.6 Cutting Tool – Parallel Shank Twist Drill, Taper Shank Twist Drill,

1.7 Tool Holding Devices – Drill Slive, Drill Socket, Quick Change

Chuck.

Total 16 50

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SECTION II

Sr.No. Details Of Theory Contents Period Marks

04 Milling 06 20

4.1 Classification , cutter nomenclature

4.2 Basic parts and their functions – vertical, universal.

4.3

Types of operations like plain, face, side, gang, form. End, T-slot

milling

4.4 Types of milling cutters.(standard)

4.5 Cutting parameters, Milling operations – up milling, down milling,

05 Shaper 04 10

6.1 Types of Shapers

6.2 Basic parts and their functions

6.3 Quick Return Mechanism- Crank & Slotted, Hydraulic

6.4

Shaper Operations – Machining horizontal, vertical & angular

Surface,

Cutting slots, grooves and keyways.

06 Other Machining Processes

6.1 Introduction, limitations, applications, basic construction & working

of following machines-

- Planer

- Broaching

- Boring

- Slotting

- Sawing

06 20

Total 16 50

6. PRACTICES:

Sr.No. Details of Practical Contents

01 One job on Lathe Machine consisting of different Operations such as Taper turning,

Knurling, grooving, Boring, Drilling etc.

02 Demonstration on Milling Machine for any one job consisting different operations such as

Plain milling, face milling, T – slot milling, slitting.

03 Assignments on Shaper, Planer, Broaching, Slotting etc.

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Note:1] The instructor shall give demonstration to the students by preparing a specimen job as per the

job drawing.

2] The workshop diary/journal shall be maintained by each student duly signed by

instructor of respective shop

3] Journal should contain

a. Sketches of different tools and equipments used in workshop with practical

applications.

b. Job/Part Drawings.

c. Assignments on Shaper, Planer, Broaching, Slotting etc.

4] Journal should be certified by the lecturer incharge.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING): (i) Teaching Plan (ii) Visits, Use of charts, models

8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr. Author Title Edition Year of Publishers

No. Publication & Address 1 S.K. Hajara Chaudhary Workshop -------- ------- Media Promotors and

Technology Vol II Publishers,New Delhi 2 R K Jain Production -------- ------- Khanna Publishers, New

Technology Delhi 3 H.S.Bawa Workshop -------- ------- Tata McGraw Hill

Technology Publishers,New Delhi 4 B.S. Raghuwanshi Workshop -------- ------- Dhanpat Rai and Sons,

Technology New Delhi

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* Compulsory, # Award Winning, ** Assessed by Internal Examiner and External Examiner jointly,@ Assessed by Internal Examiner only L-Lecture Period

, P- Practical period , D- Drawing Practice Period , T-Tutorial, Cr-Credit , SSL-Sessional, TW- Term work, PR- Practical , OR – Oral , Gr - Group , B-Basic,

C-Core , A- Application , M-Management

Head of the department Principal

Sr no COURSE NAME

(CODE)

PRE.

REQ.

CODE

SCEME OF INSTRUCTIONS

& PERIODS PER WEEK

NO. OF

PAPERS,

DURATION

&MARKS

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Group

Compulsory/

Optional

Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr HRS Mks SSL Theory

paper T/W Pract. Oral Total

1 # Metrology & quality control (160219) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ 50** - 200 A* 325

2 # Design of machine elements (160220) 3 3 - - 6 4 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 336

3 Modern Production Processes (160212) 2 2 - - 4 3 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 A* 224

4 # Production Management (160226) 3 2 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 M* 325

5# elective (Any One)

Refrigeration & air conditioning (160223) 2 3 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 235

CAD/CAM/CAE (160224) 2 3 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 235

Tool design & process planning (160221) 2 3 - - 5 3 100 30 70 50@ 50** 200 A* 325

Power Plant Engineering (160225) 2 3 5 3 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 235

6 # Project (160222) - 6 - - 6 - - - - 50@ - 50** 100 A* 066

7 Entrepreneurship Development (160014) 3 - - 1 4 3 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 M 314

TOTAL 16 18 - 1 35 19 500 180 420 300 50 225 1200

Total periods (35) Papers = 05

Shri Vile Parle Kelavani mandal’s

SHRI BHAGUBHAI MAFATLAL POLYTECHNIC

TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME

PROGRAM: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING w.e.f. batch admitted June, 2016 three years(Progressively) SEMESTER: V

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(1) COURSE DETAILS

PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: V Duration: 16 Weeks

Course: #Metrology & Quality Control Course Code:160219

Group : Application (A*) Compulsory

(2) TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEMES

Teaching Scheme Cr Examination Scheme and Maximum Marks

Theory (Hrs.

Per Week)

Practical (Hrs. Per Week)

Paper Theory Sessional Marks

T/W Pract. Total

Hrs. No of paper

Marks

3 2 5 3 1 100 70 30 50@ 50** 200

(3) OBJECTIVES i) Develop understanding of construction , working and use of different measuring instruments. i i ) Develop understanding the techniques of handling and maintaining measuring instruments. iii) Develop understanding of selection of appropriate instruments for specific measurements. iv) Develop understanding of different statistical quality control tools used to improve quality of product. V) Develop understanding of total quality management, its tools and acceptance sampling.

(4) COURSE

OUTCOMES After successful completion of this Course student will be able to:

1. Identify and explain various tools, measuring instruments to determine geometry, dimensions and surface

finish of components in engineering applications.

2. Perform experiments and interpret data.

3. Define and describe quality control, total quality management, its tools and acceptance sampling.

4. Computing and charting variable and attribute control charts.

(5) DETAILED CONTENTS

Ch. Contents Marks Hours SECTION-I

(01) Introduction to metrology and Standard of measurements 1.1 Definition of metrology, Categories of metrology. 1.2 Need of inspection. 1.3 Concept of precision, Concepts of Precision Accuracy, Sensitivity, Readability, Traceability, Reproducibility. 1.4 Sources of errors, Factors affecting accuracy, Selection of

instruments, Precaution while using instruments for getting higher

05 03

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precision and accuracy 1.5 Definition and introduction and comparison-Line standard, End

standard and wavelength standard comparison 1.6 Slip gauge and its accessories, Length bars.

(02) Comparators 2.1 Definition, requirement of good comparator. 2.2 Working principles of comparators, Use of comparators, Dial

indicator, Johansson Mikrokator, Sigma Comparator, Pneumatic comparator, Electrical, Electronic comparators.

2.3 Advantages and Disadvantages

10 05

(03) Angle Measuring Instruments 3.1 Concept of angle measurement, instruments for angle measurement 3.2 Working and use of Bevel Protractor, Sine Bar, Spirit Level, Sine

Centre, Clinometer, Angle Gauges, Autocollimator

10 04

(04) Limits, Fits, Tolerances and Limit Gauges 4.1 Concept of Limits, Fits, Tolerances. 4.2 Interchangeability and Selective Assembly. 4.3 Hole and Shaft basis system 4.4 4.5 Design of plug and ring gauges

05 02

(05) Screw Thread measurement and Gear measurement 5.1 Errors in threads, pitch errors 5.2 Measurement of elements such as major diameter, Minor diameter,

Effective diameter, Pitch and angle for external threads. (Two wire

method, three wire method, thread micrometer, floating carriage

micrometer) 5.3 Analytical and functional inspection, Rolling Test, Measurement of tooth thickness, gear tooth Vernier 5.4 Errors in gears such as backlash run out,

Composite.

10 05

(06) Measurement of Geometrical features and Surface Finish 6.1 Testing straightness- Wedge method, use of Spirit level and autocollimator. 6.2 Testing flatness - use of spirit level/

Autocollimator, use of optical flat 6.3 Squareness testing- Indicator Method, Use of

Optical Square 6.4 Tool Maker’s microscope.

6.5 Profile projector 6.6 primary and secondary texture, sampling length,

Lay, CLA, Ra, RMS, Rz, values and their interpretation

6.7 Various techniques of qualitative analysis,

working principle of stylus probe instruments

such as Tomlinson surface meter

10 05

Total 50 24

SECTION-II

(07) Quality Control 7.1 Measuring of Quality, Quality Control.

10 04

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7.2 Inspection stages, comparison between inspection and quality control

7.3 Meaning of quality of design, quality of conformance, quality of performance, factors affecting them

7.4 Cost of quality, value of quality, optimum Quality of design.

7.5 Concept of reliability 7.6 Quality assurance 7.7 Vendor Ratings, Vendor quality ratings

(08) Total Quality Management 8.1 Principles of TQM customer focus,

commitment by top management, continuous

improvement- PDCA, quality circles, employee

empowerment (JIDOKA)

8.2 Quality audit concept of audit practices, lead Assessor certification.

8.3 Six Sigma statistical meaning, methodology Of system improvement, DMAIC cycle, Yellow belt, green belt, black belt certification.

10 04

(09) Computer Aided Quality control 9.1 Measuring equipment management, inwards inspection, Coordinate measuring machine-Features, performance and applications. 9.2 Computerized analysis of inspection data, dimensional analysis using PMI,Use of FMEA in quality control, Advanced product quality planning

05 03

(10) Statistical Quality Control 10.1 Meaning and importance of SQC 10.2 Variable and attribute measurement, chance and assignable causes of variation. 10.3 Frequency Histogram, Polygon, Bar Chart. 10.4 Normal distribution curve characteristics,

uses, process capability, capable and incapable process, possible relations of process in control with USL and LSL, Cp, Cpk.

10.5 Control chart for variables X and R chart (calculations of trial control limits, revised control limits, interpretation and conclusion

10.6 Control Chart for attributes P chart, np Chart

c chart ( calculations of trial control limits,

revised control limits, interpretation and conclusion)

10.7 Pareto analysis, cause and effect diagram, Scatter diagram.

20 10

(11) Acceptance sampling

14.1 Concept, comparison with 100% inspection 14.2 Type of sampling plans, merits and demerits

14.3 Operating characteristic curve- importance,

Significance, producer’s risk, consumers

risk, AQL, IQL, LTPD, and AOQL.

05 03

Total 50 24

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6. LIST OF PRACTICALS: 1. Study and use of Vernier Caliper and Screw micrometer 2. Study and use of Vernier Height Gauge and depth micrometer. 3. Study and use of Inside Micrometer 4. Study and use of Mechanical Comparator (Dial indicator) 5. Study and use of Dial Micrometer 6. Study and use of Dial Bore Gauge 7. Study and use of Bevel Protractor 8. Use of Sine Bar 9. To find the major diameter, minor diameter,

microscope. 10. Study and use of Screw Pitch Micrometer 11. Study and use of gear tooth Vernier 12.Use of optical flat to inspect flatness of slip gauges 13. Quality control by statistical methods. Plotting the charts from given data.

(a) Frequency Histogram. (b) Normal distribution curve

(c) Control Chart for average and range (d) Control chart for fraction defectives

(e) Control chart for no. of

defectives

7) IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) In depth study and understanding of the Course will be implemented by adopting the following strategy.

(Teaching plan)

(i) Lesson Plan (ii) Use of charts, models and transparencies.

(iii) Use of actual devices

(8) REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr. No.

Author Title Edition Year of Publication

Publishers & Address

(i) R.K. Jain Engineering Metrology

12th

2005 Khanna Publishers, 2B-Nath Market, Delhi-06

(ii) I.C. Gupta Engineering Metrology

13th

2002 Dhanpatrai& Sons

(iii) M.S. Mahajan

Statistical Quality Control

16th

2002

Dhanpatrai& Sons 1682, NaiSarak, Delhi

(iv) Grant Leavenwort

h

Statistical Quality Control

2nd

1988

Tata McGraw Hill Book Co. Singapore

(v) J.M. Juran Quality Planning &

Analysis

3rd

1995

Tata McGraw Hill 4/12 Asat Ali RoadNew Delhi-02

(vi) Besterfield,

Dale H.

Total Quality

Management

3rd

Prentice Hall, New

Delhi

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9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS :

PROGRAM: Mechanical. Engineering. Sem: V

COURSE: #Design of Machine Elements PROGRAM Code: 160220

Group :Compulsory (A*)

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of

instruction& period

per week

Theory paper

duration &

marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme

L P D T Cr Np Hrs Mks SSL Th

paper

TW PR OR TOT L/Pr/Cr

3 3 6 1 04 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 A* 336

3. OBJECTIVES:

To impart the knowledge and understanding in respect of

1. Failure of machine components under different condition of loading.

2. The concepts of engineering. Design such as factor of safety, design stresses, efficient performance, working

life of machine or devices

3. Consideration of economy and safety in engineering. Design

4. Designing simple machine components.

5. Referring to the design data hand book.

6. Concept and preparation of producing drawing.

4. OUTCOME:

After successful completion of PROGRAM student will be able to 1. Identify the materials used for designing various machine components.

2. Apply forces, stresses & factor of safety on machine components.

3. Explain the design procedure of various components. 4. Analyse the data & find out end result.

5. CONTENT:

SECTION I

SN Chapter Content Marks Hrs.

1 1.1 selection of proper materials for engineering applications,

designation of steel and cast iron as per I.S.

1.2 stress concentration :causes and remedies

1.3 factor of safety, proper selection of factor of safety.

1.4 standardization, objective of standardization. Preferred numbers and

significance in Mechanical engineering design.

08 04

2 Design of joints, keys and couplings:

2.1 Design of cotter & knuckle joint

2.2 keys, types and applications. Design analysis of square and

rectangular sunk keys. Design of shear pins.

2.3 couplings types and application of shaft couplings;

Rigid and flexible couplings:

2.3.1 design of solid muff coupling.

2.3.2 design of flanged coupling.

22 10

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2.3.3 design of protected type flanged coupling.

3 Design of shafts and spring:

Materials type standard sizes stresses in shafts under loading condition as

follows:-3.1 design of shaft Course to:-

3.1.1 bending ,

3.1.2 twisting.

3.2 probability of saving materials by using hollow shaft in place of solid

shaft with reasons.

3.3 Design of shaft Coursed to combine bending and twisting shaft

supported on two bearing with one or two pulleys mounted on it with

sides either vertical or horizontal.

Spring Design:

3.1 classification, application and function of springs,

material used for springs.

3.2 closed coil helical spring (CCHS) of circular section-parameter

required to specify a CCHS

20 10

50 24

SECTION-II

4 Design of power screw

4.1 Torque required to raise the load by square threaded screw

4.2 Torque required to lower the load by square threaded screw

4.3 Design of screw jack

08 08

5. Design of levers

5.1 Design of hand ,foot ,bell crank levers

16 04

6 Bearing Design

Sliding bearing and rolling contact bearing (RBC)and their comparison.

10 04

7. Gear Design

7.1 gear terminology, materials and design consideration of gears,

7.2 standard proportions of gear system .strength of gear teeth, and design

of elements.

7.3design procedure for spur gear, Lewis equation and permissible

working stress, Static & dynamic tooth load

16 08

50 24

6 LIST OF PRACTICAL’S: 1) Design of socket & spigot type cotter joint.

2) Design of Shaft

3) Design of coupling

4) Design of spring loaded safety valve

5) Design of Spur gear drive.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING)

(Teaching plan)

(i) Lesson Plan study and understanding of the Course will be implemented by adopting the following

strategy

(ii) Use of charts, models and transparencies.

(iii) Use of actual devices.

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8. REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr. No.

Author Title Edition Year of Publication

Publishers & Address

(i) R.S Khurmi.& Gupta

Machine

design

2001 Eurasia Publishing House New Delhi (ii) PSG/Design

Data Book 1978 PSG College of

Technology Coimbatore (iii) Sharma Design of

Machine

Elements

2010 New Delhi Philearing

(iv) V.B.

Bhandari

Design Of Machine Elements

2007 Tata McGraw Hills

(v) Pandya & Shah

Machine design

1973 Charotar Publishers

9. Pattern Of Theory Exam. Paper

For Section –I

Q.No. Bits Marks 1 Any 03 out of 04 18

(02 Question on chapter no. 2,3 each)

2 Any 02 out of 03 16

(01 Question on Chapter 1,2,3each)

3 Any 01 out of 02 16

(01 Question on 2,3 each)

For Section -II

Q.No. Bits Marks 4. Any 03 out of 04 18

(02 Question on chapter no. 5&7 each)

5. Any 02 out of 03 16

(01 Question on Chapter 4,5each)

6. Any 01 out of 02 16

(01 Question on 6,7 each)

10. Pattern of periodical Test:

Q.No. Bits Marks 1 Any 04 out of 08 16

2 Any 01 out of 02 06

3 Any 01 out of 02 08

******************************End of Curriculum ****************************

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Mechanical Semester: IV Course:

COURSE: Modern Production Processes Code:(160212)

Group: Application A* Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions and Periods per week

Theory Paper Duration and Marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

02 02 - - 04 03 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 150 A* 224

3.OBJECT.

(1) Students will be able to understand the different super finishing processes.

(2) Student will be able to understand the grinding process, gear manufacturing and press tool operations.

(3) Student will be able to understand the principle and working of unconventional machining

process.

(4) Student will be able to write basic part program using G & M code

4. COURSE OUTCOME:

1. Describe different super finishing processes.

2. Describe and select grinding machining process and gear manufacturing

process.

3. Describe different elements of press tool dies and operations of press tools.

4. Read and prepare basic CNC program by using G and M code Describe

the unconventional machining process.

5. Define plastics and describe compression, injection and blow moulding

process.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS: SECTION I

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Chapter Contents Marks Hours

1 Super Finishing Processes

1.1 Metal spraying , Oxidizing ,Tumbling

1.2 Honing, Lapping, Burnishing, Polishing

06 02

2

Grinding

2.1Introduction to Grinding Process

2.2Types of Grinding Machines

2.3 Grinding Wheel

2.4 Bonds & Bonding Process 2.5 Grit, Grade & structure of Grinding Wheel

2.6 Wheel shape & sizes

2.7 Selection of Grinding Wheel

2.8 Standard marking system of Grinding Wheel

2.9Mounting of Grinding Wheel

2.10 Balancing of Grinding Wheel

2.11 Truing & Dressing of Grinding Wheel

16 05

3 Press Tools

3.1 Introduction to Press Tool, Principle of metal cutting.

3.2 Different types of press tool operations

3.3 Classification of Dies & its various elements

16 04

4 Numerical Control/ Computerized Numerical Control

4.1 Introduction

4.2 NC & its components

4.3 Position & Motion control in NC machines

4.4 NC system

4.5 Tool positioning modes

4.6 NC part programming

4.7 G- code, M- code

4.8 Elementary exercise on part programming\

12 05

50 16

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SECTION II

5 Gear manufacturing

5.1Introduction

5.2 Gear cutting on milling machine

5.3 Dividing head & Indexing methods

5.4 Simple Indexing

5.5 Compound Indexing

5.6 Gear Hobbing

5.7 Gear shaping

5.8 Gear finishing process

16 05

6 Unconventional Machining Methods

6.1 Introduction

20 07

6.2 Principle ,Advantages, Limitations & Application of

Electro chemical machining / Grinding

Electro discharged machining / wire cut EDM

Ultrasonic machining

Laser beam machining

Electron beam machining

Plasma arc machining

Abrasive jet machining

7 Plastic Moulding

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Types of plastics

7.3 Compression Moulding

7.4 Injection Moulding

7.5 Blow Moulding

7.6 Extrusion

14 04

50 16

6. PRACTICALS:

(i) Assignment on super finishing processes.

(ii) Assignment on selection, mounting and balancing of grinding wheel.

(iii)Assignment on press tools and design of simple cutting die.

(iv) Assignment on preparing basic part program using G & M code.

(v) Assignment on gear manufacturing and indexing.

(vi) Assignment on unconventional machining processes.

(vii) Assignment on plastic molding

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7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING)

(i) Lectures/(Use of OHP/PPT)

(ii) Hand outs and part prints for the above topics

(iii) Teaching Plan

(iv) Study of Case studies on above topics.

8. REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr. No. Author Title Publisher & Address

01 R. K. Jain Production Technology Khanna Publishers, New Delhi

02 P. C. Sharma A Text Book OF Production S Chand & Co., New Delhi

03 H. M. T. Production Technology Tata McGraw Hill

Publishers,New Delhi

04 A.S.T.M.E. Fundamental of tool design. Prentice-Hall of India. New Delhi

05 M.H.A. Kempster Introduction to Jig and Tool Design Viva Publishers.

06 P. H. Joshi Press Tools Tata McGraw Hill Publishers,New Delhi

07

S.K. Hajara Chaudhary

Workshop Technology Vol I and II Media Promotors and Publishers,New Delhi

08 H.S.Bawa Workshop Technology Tata McGraw Hill Publishers,New Delhi

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1.COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Mechanical Semester: V Course: #Production Management Code: 160226 Group: Management (M*) Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions and Periods per week

Theory Paper Duration and

Marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Schem e

L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

03 02 - - 05 03 100 30 70 50@ - 50** 200 M* 325

3. OBJECTIVES

(i ) Students will be able to understand concept of production system and production management

(ii) Students will be able to understand effective utilization of the various resources required

for production & service facilities available to produce the product.

(iii) Students will be able to understand to work effectively and able to implement the scientific techniques of

production management on the shop floor.

(iv) Students will be able to understand the process for inventory control.

4: COURSE OUTCOME:

1. Describe and interpret the relationship between different departments of manufacturing industry.

2. Describe and distinguish the different components of production system

3. Discuss and calculate total project duration, product mix and assign the resources.

4. Describe inventory control system .

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

SECTION I

Chapter Contents Hours Marks

1 General Working of Manufacturing Industry

1.1 Production

1.2 Departments and functions

1.3 Inter-relationship

03 08

2 Design of Production System

2.1 Production system

2.2 Types of production

14 28

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2.3 Plant location

2.4 Plant layout their types

2.5 Tools & techniques for improving plant layout

2.6 Product design and development

2.7 Standardization, simplification & specialization

2.8 Make buy decision

2.9 Material Handling

3 Work Study

3.1 Definition and objectives of work study

3.2 Eight-steps basic procedure of work study

3.3 Brief discussion of the steps in basic procedure of work study

07 14

TOTAL 24 50

SECTION II

4 Production, Planning and Control

4.1 Production, planning & control

4.2 Sales forecasting

4.3 Scheduling

4.5 PERT & CPM

4.6 Linear programming

4.7 Assignment models

4.8 Sequencing models

16 34

5 Inventory Control

5.1 Elements of control procedure

5.2 Inventory control system, types

5.3 EOQ, safety stock

5.4 ABC analysis

5.5 Just in time

08 16

TOTAL 24 50

6. PRACTICALS:

(i) Assignment on working of a company

(ii) Assignment on production system

(iii) Assignment on plant layout

(iv) Assignment on Product design and development

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(v) Assignment on Workstudy

(vi) Assignment on production, planning and control

(vii) Assignment on PERT & CPM

(viii) Assignment on linear programming

(ix) Assignment on assignment and sequencing models

(x) Assignment on inventory control system

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING)

(i) Lectures/ (Use of OHP/PPT)

(ii) Hand outs and part prints for the above topics

(iii) Teaching Plan

(iv) Study of Case studies on above topics.

8. REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr. No. Author Title Publisher & Address

01 R. K. Jain Production Technology Khanna Publishers, New Delhi

02 H. M. T. Production Technology Tata McGraw Hill Publishers,New Delhi

03 Eilon Samuel Elements of Production Planning & Control

Universal Pub. 534, Kalbadevi Rd

Mumbai-400 002

04 Elwood S. Buffe Rakesh K.Sarin

Modern Production Operation Management

John Witey & Sons INC., 605,3rd Avenue, New York

05 V.K.Kapoor Operation Research Sultan Chand &

Sons, 23, Daryaganj

New Delhi-110 002

06 Hamdy A. Taha Operation Research Prentice Hall of India Pvt.Ltd

New Delhi-110 001

07 Martand Telsang Industrial Engineering& Production

Management

S.Chand & Co.

7361, Ram nagar, New Delhi 110055

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Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

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1)SUBJECT DETAILS

Course: Mechanical Engineering Semester: V

Subject :- #Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Code :- 160223

Group : Application (A*) Compulsory

2)Teaching and examination scheme

Scheme of Instructions &

Periods per Week

No. of Papers,

Duration & Marks

Scheme of Examination Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr NP Hrs Mks SSL Theory Paper

T/W Pract .

Oral Total

02 03 -- -- 05 01 03 100 30 70 50@ -- 50****

200 235

3) OBJECTIVE:

In refrigeration

Students will learn about old and CFC free refrigerants along

with their properties.

Students will well-versed with refrigeration machines- vapour

compression and vapour absorption.

Students will learn modern refrigeration system and practices

Students will be able to calculate the capacity of RAC machine

Students will understand basics of liquefaction of gases

In Air conditioning

Students will learn about psychometric properties and processes

Students will get acquainted with A/C machines like, window A/C,

package A/C, central A/C and their application.

Students will learn modern A/C systems.

Students will able to design A/C system for rooms or building.

4) COURSE OUTCOME: Students will be able to

1. Understand the basic concept of refrigerant, refrigeration and air conditioning, their different

term, basics of psychrometry and psychrometry processes.

2. Explain Air compression, Vapour compression and absorption refrigeration system, their

components and compare them

3. Describe the application of air and vapour refrigeration systems for air conditioning food

preservation and low temperature applications and properties of refrigerant

4. Compute the performance of refrigerator and air conditioner and design air conditioners

(5) Detailed Contents:

Section I

SR

NO.

TOPIC MKS Hrs COs

(1) Air refrigeration cycle

Introduction to reverse Brayton or Bell Coleman cycle

Calculation of COP, power, suction &discharge volume,

capacity in TR , stroke and bore size.

Mechanical efficiency of compressor and turbine

Isentropic efficiency of compressor and turbine

Air refrigeration system (no numerical)

Simple air cooling system

Simple air evaporative cooling system

Boot strap air cooling system

10 5 CO1

30%

,

CO2

70%

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Boot strap air evaporative air cooling system

2 Vopour compression refrigeration(VCR) system

VCR system with P-V, T-S and P-H diagram.

Comparison with air refrigeration system

Calculation of COP, power, capacity in TR, mass flow

rate, bore and stroke for different types of VCRS.

Actual VCRS

Cascade refrigeration system (numerical up to two stages)

Vapour absorption refrigeration system (VARS)

Construction and working of

1. Ammonia – water VARS

2. LiBr2 – water VARS

3. Domestic Electrolux refrigerator

Comparison with VCRS

Properties of absorber

20 10 CO2

30%

CO4

70%

CO3

30%

CO1

30%

CO2

40%

3 Refrigerants

Classification of refrigerant

Properties of HCFC and inorganic refrigerants

Chemical representation of refrigerant

Thermodynamic, physical and chemical properties

Ozone depletion and green house effect

8 4

CO3

100

%

4 Component of vapor compression refrigeration system

Compressor hermetically sealed reciprocator, rotary,

screw

Scroll compressor

Capacity control of compressor.

Lubricant oil, oil receiver and separator.

condenser -types, cooling tower-types

Evaporator-types.

Expansion devices-capillary tube, automatic expansion

valve,T.E.V, high and low side float valve.

Component selection.

12 5 CO2

100

%

Total 50 24

Section II

5 Air conditioning system

Psychometric properties, process

Factors affecting human comfort

Application of split A/C, package A/C, multisplit A/C ,

year Round A/C

Introduction to VRF, chiller system, MAC system, VAV

system

Heat pump and heat recovery system.

Cooling load calculation for various psychometric

processes

Mixing of air

SHF and BPF

Cooling load calculation with alignment circle

20 12

CO1

30%

CO4

70%

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Introduction to different controls

Co130%

Co370%

CO4

100%

6 Distribution system

Components like AHU and FCU

Distribution system to different applications

Duct design – calculation of pressure loss with and

without friction

14 6 CO3

50%

CO4

50%

7 Food preservation

Causes of food spoilage

Methods of food preservation

Cold storage

8 3 CO3

100%

CO3

100%

8 Air conditioning equipment

Air cleaner, air filter, dehumidifier and humidifier

Fans and blowers, grills and registers

8 3 CO2

100%

Total 50 24 6)

1) Study of/test on vapour compression refrigeration system.

2) Study of /Test on vapour absorption system. 3) Study of/Test on window air conditioning system. 4) Study of package air conditioning. 5) Study of domestic refrigerator. 6) Study of water cooler. 7) Field load calculation.

7) IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY

Teaching Plan

Charts

PPT

Continuous assessment of term work

8) REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr. no. Title Author Edition Publishers

1 Refrigeration &air conditioning S C Arora

S Domkundwar

Current Dhanpat rai

and sons

2 Refrigeration &air conditioning P N Anantnarayanan

Current Tata mcgraw hill, new delhi

3 Refrigeration &air conditioning R S Khurmi Current Tata mcgraw

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Que.

No.

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Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

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1. COURSE DETAILS: PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: V

Course: #CAD,CAM,CAE Code: 160224 Duration: 16 weeks

Group: Application(A)* Elective

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME: Scheme of Instructions and

Periods per week Theory Paper Duration and Mark

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

2 3 - - 5 03 70 20 100 50@ - 50** 200 A* 235

3. OBJECTIVE : (1) Study the fundamental theories and basic concepts underlying today's technologies in computer-aided

design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and computer-aided engineering (CAE) (2) Provide hands-on opportunities and trainings for the students to learn some popular CAD/CAM

software, in particular the CAD software Solid works (3) By receiving a thorough fundamental theoretical training and mastering real CAD/CAM/CAE

software(4) More equipped and more confident to solve difficult problems in design and manufacturing.

(5) Study advanced features of CAM so as to be capable of accepting Professional responsibilities and to understand the associativity between design and manufacturing

(6) Expose students to some of the recent trends and research areas in finite element analysis

4. COURSE OUTCOME:

1. Understand and construct geometrical modeling

2. Understand and do finite element analysis of component

3. Make part of programming

4. Understand CIM , CASFC &FMS

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

SECTION I Chapter Name of the Topic Hours Marks

01

Computer Graphics 1.1two dimensional geometric transformations-Formulation,translation,rotation,scaling,reflection,shear 1.2 Two dimensional inverse transformation- translation, rotation, scaling, reflection.

1.3 geometric mapping- translation, rotation, scaling, reflection. 1.4 1.4 computer animation, mechanical assembly.

5

16

02

Computer Aided Manufacturing

2.1 NC/CNC/DNC and its role in flexible manufacturing systems and CIMS,

2.2 Elements of CNC systems, CNC part programming,

computer assisted part programming, NC program generation

from CAD models,

6

20

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2.3 tool path generation and verification, recent developments in CNC machine tools.

03

Geometric Modelling

3.1 lines ,circles,ellipse,parabola,hyperbola

3.2Bezier curves,B-spline curves

3.3 Wire frame modeling, solid modeling, surface modeling, parametric modeling,

3.4 Analytical surfaces –plane,ruled,tabulated

3.5 Synthetic surfaces-Bezier-spline.

5

14

Total 16 50

SECTION II

Chapter Name of the Topic Hours Marks

04

Computer aided engineering analysis 4.1 Introduction to finite element analysis, need for finite element analysis in CAD/CAM system, 4.2 Steps in finite element analysis, Applications such as discrete systems, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, plane trusses. 4.3 Use of engineering analysis software

06

20

05

Computer aided shop floor control

5.1 Computer aided production planning and control, 5.2 computer aided material requirement

planning, factory data collection system, 5.3computer process monitoring, 5.4computer aided quality control

03

10

06

Computer Integrated manufacturing

6.1 Cellular manufacturing system: Introduction to GT,

benefits, part families, part classification and coding, product

flow analysis, cellular manufacturing systems, virtual cell

system, quantitative analysis in cellular manufacturing.

6.2 Flexible manufacturing system: Building blocks of FMS, applications, benefits, FMS

layout, FMS planning and implementation issues, quantitative analysis of FMS. Computer aided material handling system, computer control system

07

20

TOTAL

16

50

6. LIST OF PRACTICAL:

1 Practical on geometrical modelling.

2 Practical on geometrical modelling.

3 Practical on assembly.

4 Practical on element analysis.

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5 Practical on element analysis.

6 Practical on element analysis

7. REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr.

No.

Author

Title

Publication

01

Mikell grover

Automation, production Systems ,Computer integrated Manufacturing

Pearson publications, New delhi

02 P. Radhakrishnan and S. Courseramanyan

Willey Eastern Limited, New Delhi

03 Michael Fitzpatrick Tata McGraw Hill

04

Mikell P. Grover and Enory W. Zimmers Jr

Pearson Education, New Delh i

05 Steve Krar, Arthar Gill McGraw Hill Pub.

Company, New Delhi

06 P.N. Rao N.K. Tewari CAM Tata Mc Graw Hill Pub. New Delhi

07 David Bedworth "Computer Integrated Design and

Manufactturing TMH, New Delhi

8. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING)

(i) Lectures/(Use of OHP)

(ii) Hand outs and part prints for the above topics

(iii) Teaching Plan

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: V

Course: # Tool Design & Process Planning Code: 160221 Duration : 16 weeks

Group: Application (A*) Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions and Periods per week

Theory Paper Duration and

Marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

2 3 - - 5 03 100 30 70 50@ -- 50** 200 A* 235

3. OBJECTIVE- 1) To introduce the concept of design of jig, fixture, process planning and press tool

dies.

2) To enable the students to understand the plastic die elements, types of chips.

3) To enable the students to design (basic) and draw jigs, fixtures and simple cutting

die.

4. COURSE OUTCOME - Student will be able to

01) Define and identify jig, fixture, press tool dies, plastic dies elements.

02) Describe cutting tool mechanics, cutting force, tool life and tool economics.

03) Prepare process planning sheet and strip layout in press tool for simple component.

04) Apply design principles for designing (basic) and drawing jig, fixture and press tool dies for simple

component.

05) Describe basic elements of plastic moulds.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

SECTION -I

Sr.No. Contents Hours Marks

1 Process planning 1.1 Introduction

1.2 Role of process planning engineer 1.3 Content of process plan

1.4 Steps of process planning 1.5 Factors influencing on process selection 1.6 Process planning chart

04 10

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2 Supporting, Locating and Clamping principles

2.1 Principle 2.2 Locating principles

2.3 Work Piece Surface 2.4 Types of locations

2.5 Degree of Freedom 2.6 Basic locating Rules

2.7 Location Tolerances 2.8 Fool Proofing 2.9 Types of locator 2.10 Clamping Principles 2.11 Types of clamps

04 12

3 Jig Design 3.1 Principles 3.2 Developing Preliminary jig design 3.3 Drill jigs 3.4 Types of drill jigs

04 14

4 Fixture design

4.1 Principles 4.2 Developing Preliminary fixture design

4.3 Types of fixture

04 14

Total 16 50

SECTION II

Sr.No. Contents Hours Marks 5 Metal Cutting

5.1 Mechanics of Metal cutting , cutting forces ( no numerical ) requirements of tools, types of chips, Tool wear, Types of wear, Tool life - Tool life equation ( no numerical ), tool life criteria.

04 12

6 Press Tools 6.1 Presses: Types, Specification. 6.2 Types of dies and construction: Simple Die, Compound Die,

Progressive Die, Combination Die. Punch & die mountings,

pilots, strippers, Pressure Pads, Knock outs, stock guide, Feed-

Stop, guide bush, guide pins. 6.3 Die Design Fundamentals - Die set, Die shoe, Die area, Calculation of clearances on die and punch for blanking and piercing dies, Strip layout, calculation of material utilization & cutting force, basic design of simple cutting die. 6.4 Forming Dies

Bending- methods, bending die, bend allowance, bending force,

spring back, spanking, bending pressure, pressure pads, Blank

length. Drawing- operations, drawing force, Metal flow during

drawing. Calculation of Drawing blank size( without flange single draw)

10 34

7

Plastic Moulds

7.1 Introduction 7.2 Types

7.3 Basic Elements

02 04

Total 16 50

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5) LIST OF PRACTICAS -

1. One drawing sheet on Design of Jig for simple component. 2. One drawing sheet on Design of Fixture for simple component. 3. Prepare a process planning sheet for a simple component. 4. One assignment on Types of plastic die and die elements.

5. One assignment bending operation. 6. One drawing sheet on basic design of simple cutting die for simple component.

7. One assignment on drawing die.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING)

(i) Lectures (ii) Design of jig, fixture and press tools (iii) Hand outs and part prints for the above topics

(iv) Teaching Plan 8. REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr. No. Author Title Publisher & Address

01 Donaldson Anglin Tool Design Tata Mc Graw Hill

02 P. C. Sharma A Text Book OF Production S Chand & Co.

03 H. M. T. Production Technology Tata Mc Graw Hill

04 R. K. Jain Production Technology Khanna Publishers

05 A.S.T.M.E. Fundamental of tool design. Prentice-Hall of India.

06 M.H.A. Kempster Introduction to Jig and Tool Design Viva publ.

07 P. H. Joshi Jigs and Fixtures Tata Mc Graw Hill

08 P. H. Joshi Press Tools Tata Mc Graw Hill

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que.

No.

Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS:

PROGRAM: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Semester: V Duration: 16 Weeks

Course: #Power Plant Engineering Course Code: 160225

Group: Application (A*) Elective

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of Instructions

& Periods per Week

No. of Papers,

Duration & Marks

Scheme of Examination Scheme

L/Pr/Cr.

L P D T Cr NP Hrs Mks SSL Theory Paper

@T/W Pract. Oral Total

02 03 -- -- 05 01 03 100 30 70 50@ -- 50** 200 235

3. OBJECTIVES: Students should be able to:

1. Understand present and future power scenario of India.

2. Calculate economical and operational aspects of power plants.

3. Understand working of various systems and components of power plants.

4. Draw layout and compare different power plants.

5. Enlist sources of waste heat and explain method of heat recovery.

4. OUTCOMES:

1. Identify elements and their functions of various types of power plants.

2. Analyse economics of power plants and list factors affecting the power plants

3. Determine performance of power plants based on load variations.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

SECTION I

Chapter Name Of Topic Hours Marks

01 Introduction: Economics Of Power Generation

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Sources Of Energy; Types Of Power Plant: Conventional & Non-

Conventional

1.3 Indian Scenario For Power & Environmental Aspects Of Power Generation 1.4 Power Economics - Types Of Load; Load Curve; Load Duration Curves;

Various Factors Like Demand, Diversity, Load, Plant Operating, Utility, Reverse, Plant Capacity And Plant Use Factor; Performance And Operating Characteristics Of Power Plants. (Simple Numerical from this topic)

1.5 Principles Of Power Plant Design, Location Of Power Plant

1.6 Power Plant Cost Analysis - Introduction

07 24

02

Thermal Power Plant 2.1 General Layout Of Modern Thermal Power Plant

2.2 Selection Of Site For Thermal Power Plant

2.3 Coal Handling – Delivery, Unloading, Preparation, Transfer and Storage.

2.4 Coal Burning Methods – Classification; Overfeed And Underfeed Supply Of Coal; Pulverized Coal Firing System; Fuel Burners (Only Introduction)

2.5 Ash Handling – Classification, Pneumatic Ash Handling System.

05 14

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03 Hydro-Electric Power Plant

3.1 Classification, Advantages & Limitations Of Hydro-Electric Power

Plant(HPP)

3.2 Selection Of Site For A Hydro-Electric Plants

3.3 Layout & Introduction of Essential Features/ Elements Of HPP

3.4 Hydrology – Runoff; Hydrograph; Flow Duration Curve; Rainfall; (Simple

Numerical from this topic)

04 12

TOTAL 16 50

SECTION II

Chapter Name Of Topic Hours Marks

04 Nuclear Power Plants

4.1 Aspects of Nuclear Engineering – Nuclear Structure (Atomic

Structure), Reactions, Fertile materials, Nuclear Fission and fission

chain reaction.

4.2 Nuclear Power Systems and main components of a Nuclear Power

Plant

4.3 Nuclear Reactors – Classification, general components, PWR, BWR

4.4 Nuclear-plant site selection, advantages and limitations of nuclear power

plant

05 16

05 Non-Conventional Power Generation Plants

5.1 Introduction & advantages of non-conventional energy sources

5.2 Wind Power Plants – characteristics of wind power, types of windmills

5.3 Tidal Power Plants – Components, single basin & two basins system.

5.4 Solar power plants – solar energy; solar concentrators; flat plate collector; solar pond technology

5.5 Introduction to Geothermal energy, wave energy, fuel cell.

05 16

06 Energy Storage

6.1 Energy technology

6.2 Pumped Hydro, Flywheel Energy Storage, Lead-Acid storage battery

6.3 Magnetic & thermal energy storage

02 08

07 Waste Heat Recovery and Environmental Impact Of Power Plant

7.1 Sources of waste heat, Sensible and latent Heat recovery.

7.2 Uses of waste heat- Agricultural & green house; Waste Heat recovery boilers.

7.3 Global warming, Greenhouse effect and its control, Carbon foot print

7.4 Acid rain- causes, effects and control

04 10

TOTAL 16 50

6. PRACTICALS: 1. Study of various sources of energy.

2. Study of various types of costs and factors considered for power plant economics.

3. Assignment on Simple problems on operational aspects and economics of power plants.

4. Study of principles of power plant design.

5. Study of dust collector, various types of coal burners and feed water treatment.

6. Assignment on Simple problems on hydrology.

7. Study of general layout of diesel electric and gas turbine power plants.

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8. Study of selection of material for reactor components. 9. Study of combined cycle power generation. 10. Study of Ocean energy system and energy from biomass. 11. Study of direct energy conversion system.

12. Assignment on energy conservation and management.

13. Study of Electro-Chemical energy storage, Compressed Air Energy Storage and hydrogen energy.

14. Collect information & Technical details of any two types of power plants.

15. Assignment on causes, effects and control of air and water pollution.

7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (PLANNING) :

1. Lesson Planning 2. Use of Transparencies (OHP)

3. Demonstration (AV Resources)

8. REFERENCE BOOKS

Sr. No.

Author Title Publisher

01 Arora And Domkundwar Power Plant Engineering Dhanpat Rai And Sons, New Delhi

02 Manoj Kumar Gupta Power Plant Engineering PHI learning private limited, New Delhi

03 R. K. Rajput Power Plant Engineering Laxmi Publications, New Delhi.

04 P. K. Nag Power Plant Engineering Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi

05 P. C. Sharma Power Plant Engineering S. K. Kataria & Sons

06 Fredrick T. Mosse Power Plant Engineering East-West Press

07 M. M. EL- Wakil Power Plant Technology Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi

08 R. Yadav Steam And Gas Turbines Central Publishing House, Allahabad

09 G. D. Rai Non-Conventional Energy New Delhi

9. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Ques. No.

Section-I Bits

Marks Section-II Bits

Marks Periodical Test Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each ) 16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each ) 06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each ) 08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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1. COURSE DETAILS: PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering Semester: V

Course:# Project Code:160222 Duration: 16weeks

Group: Application(A)* Compulsory

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME: Scheme of Instructions

and Periods per week

Theory Paper

Duration & Marks

Scheme of Examination Gr Scheme

L/P/Cr

L P D T Cr Hrs Mks SSL Paper TW PR OR Total

- 6 - - 6 -- -- -- -- 50@ - 50** 100 A* 066

3.OBJECTIVE: Project develops the ability to visualize the problems related to design and drawing, assembly testing, They have to develop a prototype or model of a project etc. It can be an advances analysis. The group project develop skills and attitude to work in teams specially when the nature of work is project based. 4. COURSE OUTCOME:

1.Work in a team to select a problem for project work 2.Review and evaluate the available literature on the chosen problem 3.Formulate the methodology to solve the identified problem 4.Apply the principles, tools and techniques to solve the problem 5.Prepare and present project report

5 SELECTION PROCESS: 1) Selection of topic from the group of topics by a group of students( not more than 8 ) 2) Detailed discussion with HOD / Sr. staff / other staff members who will guide. 3) Coursemitting of synopsis of it along with all details including financial requirements 6) IMPLEMENTATION STATEGY( Planning) 1) Study of objectives of the project 2) Data collection and design calculations ( as applicable) 3) Drawings of Course-assembly/ assembly 4) Procurement of raw material/s 5) Machining 6) Assembly 7) Testing

7) References covering the following points: 1) Data Collection

2) Information from Industries 3) Use of reference Books

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COURSE DETAILS:-

Program: ME/CH/PL Semester: V

Duration: 16 weeks

Course: Entrepreneurship Development Code: 160014

Group: M Optional

2. TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME:

Scheme of instruction &

Periods Per Week Theory Paper

duration & marks Scheme of Examination Scheme

L/Pr/Cr

L P D T Cr Np Hrs Mks SSL Theory

Paper T/W PR OR Total

03 - - 1 04 01 03 100 30 70 25@ - 25** 125 314

3. OBJECTIVE:

1) Know the essential elements of entrepreneurship,

2) Understand the procedure to start an enterprise

3) Able to become Techno-pruners in their future career

4. OUTCOMES:

1) Understand the concept of entrepreneur, Entrepreneur & entrepreneurship.

2) Identify Entrepreneurship opportunity.

3) Acquire entrepreneurial value and attitude.

4) Use the information to prepare project report for business venture.

5) Demonstrate the ability to provide a self-analysis in the context of an entrepreneurial

currency to find an attractive market.

6) Create appropriate a business model

7) Develop a well- presented business plan that is feasible for the student.

5. DETAILED CONTENTS:

CHAPTER CONTENT MARKS HOURS

SECTION-I

1. Venture Development

1.1 Introduction of entrepreneurship

1.2 Small Scale industries

1.3 Business structure

1.4 Support agencies ( Include Rules & Regulation ,

VAT , Sales of goods Acts)

18 10

2. Finance For Enterprise and Financial statement

2.1Source of finance

2.2Fixed capital & working capital

2.3Short term and long term source

2.4Balance sheet

2.5Profit & Loss Account

2.6Financial ratio

18 08

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3 Product/ service Development

3.1Selection of product /services

3.2Innovation management

3.3APQP( advanced product quality planning)

3.4FMEA( Failure Mode effective analysis)

14 06

TOTAL 50 24

SECTION II

4 Marketing Strategy

4.1 Importance of marketing

4.2 marketing management

4.3 soft skill

4.4 pricing and costing

4.5 marketing mix

4.6 Distribution channel

18 10

5 Managing Projects

5.1 Reports

5.2 ROI ( Rate of Interest)

5.3 project Financing

14 06

6 Organisational Management

6.1 Team Building

6.2 Recruitment

6.3 Qualities of leader ( Entrepreneur)

6.4 Quality Management

6.5 QMS system

18 08

TOTAL 50 24

5. IMPLEMENTION STRATEGY (PLANNING):

1. Methods of Teaching Learning

2. Application of concepts And Techniques

3. Library assignments and real life studies form the part of continuous assessment.

7. REFERENCE BOOKS:

Sr.

No.

Author Title Edition Year of

Publication

Publishers

& Address

1 Shri Vasant

Desai

Dynamics of Entrepreneurial

development and

Management

4th 2001 Himalaya

Publication

Girgaon

Mumbai-04

2 Shri S.S.

Khanna

Entrepreneurship

Development

2nd 2000 S.chand &

co. New

Delhi

3 Shri Vasant

Desai

Small Scale Industries and

Entrepreuship

7th 2002 Himalaya

Publication

Girgaon

Mumbai-04

4 Shri J.

saboo

Entrepreuship 5th 2010 Himalaya

Publication

Girgaon

Mumbai-04

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8. QUESTION PAPER PATTERN:

Que. No. Section I Section II Periodical Test

Bits Marks Bits Marks Bits Marks

1. Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18 Any 4 out of 5

( 4 marks each )

16

2. Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 6 marks each )

06

3. Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16 Any 1 out of 2

( 8 marks each )

08

4.

Any 6 out of 8

(3 marks each )

18

5.

Any 4 out of 6

( 4 marks each )

16

6.

Any 2 out of 3

( 8 marks each )

16

Total

50 50 30

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Sr.No. Training Duration

(Code)

Credit Weekly Report Quiz Test Marks Dissertation (Report) Oral/ Viva Total

1.# 24 Weeks *** (160233) 20 Maximum Marks 50@ 50@ 50** 50** 200

Minimum Marks 20 20 20 20 80

*** Total Inplant training duration 26 weeks equal to 24 weeks actual training plus two weeks examination and processing.

Objective for inclusion of industrial training in curricula.

The inplant training facilitate students to understand the various domains of industry along with work environment and the students are exposed to the latest developments in technologies.

COURSE OBJECTIVE: 1. To make the student conversant with industrial activities, organizational behaviour and ethics.

2. To understand various industrial aspects viz. manufacturing processes, industrial design, productivity improvement, value engineering, quality control.

3. To analyse and solve engineering problems from industry.

COURSE OUTCOMES: 1. Learn and develop work culture and industrial practices, to integrate theory with practice with the help of help of industrial practitioner.

2. Enhance communication skills, to maintain discipline and ethics.

3. Understand scope, functions, working in team and job responsibility in various departments of organization and able to present the work done.

4. Develop safety and environment awareness.

5. Learn and develop leadership and management skills.

6. Interpret and solve routine technical problems through the application of engineering principles.

* Compulsory, # Award Winning, ** Assessed by Internal Examiner and External Examiner jointly,@ Assessed by Internal Examiner only L-Lecture Period , P-Practical period , D- Drawing Practice Period , T-Tutorial, Cr-Credit , SSL-Sessional, TW- Term work, PR- Practical , OR – Oral , Gr- Group ,

B-Basic, C-Core , A-Application , M-Management

Head of the department Principal

Shri Vile Parle Kelavani mandal’s

SHRI BHAGUBHAI MAFATLAL POLYTECHNIC

TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME

PROGRAM: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING w.e.f. batch admitted June, 2016 three years(Progressively) SEMESTER: VI

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1. Training methodology imparted for development and assessment of skills.

Students shall be sent for 24 weeks in plant training in the VI semester. Students understand basic working of

industry and its work culture. In the initial weeks company personnel train the students about their manufacturing process

and products. After completion of initial training, students work independently in the company. The students are involved

in project implementation, production activity, product design, use of software and similar work.

Each student performance is assessed by a company supervisor and is recorded in weekly report. The same record

is maintained and assessed by the institute supervisor.

2. Formative and Summative assessment of Training component. (Methods of assessment)

Depending on the grades given by the company supervisor and also by examining the performance in the weekly

report, marks are given out of 50 by the institute supervisor.

Considering their work profile in the company, institute supervisor gives 5 quiz tests each of 10 marks to the

students. The same are assessed by institute supervisor and marks are given accordingly.

The training report submitted by a student is assessed together by internal and external examiner and accordingly

marks are given from 50.

Students give presentation on the work done by them in the company and are examined by internal and external

examiner together for 50 marks, constituting total 200 marks.

3. In-house monitoring of training.

Each company is visited by the institute supervisor on regular basis till the end of in plant training. Each student

is monitored for performance, any difficulty, grievances and absenteeism. Accordingly corrective and preventive actions

are taken.

4. Involvement of outside expert in assessment of training.

The external examiner for in plant training examination is from industry.

5. How Safety aspect will be covered during training?

Students are made aware about industrial safety norms. Before the training begin, the students are addressed by

the Principal about rules, safety precautions and discipline to be maintained in the company during the training. The

same is reminded by the institute supervisor on every visit. The company supervisor also takes care about students’

safety.