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INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY MAIDAN GARHI, NEW DELHI-110 068 Programme

Structure of Vertically Integrated Engineering programmes


Level of Programme Discipline PROGRAMME CODE First Semester
Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Course Code ET-101A ET-105A BAS-003 ET-202A BAS-005 BASL-001 BASL-002 Physics Communication Skills Engineering Mechanics Engineering Drawing Lab-I (Applied Science) Lab-II (Engineering Mechanics) TOTAL Course Description Mathematics-I Credit 4 4 3 4 3 1 1 20 4 4 3 4 3 2 2 22 Load per Week Remarks

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Degree Mechanical Engineering BTMEVI

Second Semester
Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Course Code BME-018 BME-003 BICE-001 BME-019 BME-020 BIMEL-001 BASL-003 Course Description Engineering Materials Manufacturing Technology Elements of Engineering Science Engineering Thermodynamics Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms Lab-IV (Engineering Thermodynamics) Lab-III(Workshop Practice) TOTAL Credit 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 22 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 24 Load per Week Remarks

Third Semester
Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Course Code ET-101B BME-009 BME-017 ET-524A BME-008 BASL-006 BIMEL-002 Course Description Mathematics-II Computer Programming and Applications Strength of Materials Principles of Engineering Management and Economics Machining Technology Lab-V (Computer Programming) Lab-VI (Strength of Materials) TOTAL Credit 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 22 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 24 Load per Week Remarks

Fourth Semester Sl. Course No. Code 1. BIME-002 2. BIME-003 3. BIME-004 4. BIME-005 5. BIME-006 6. BIMEL-003 7. BIMEL-004

Course Description Thermal Engineering I Machine Drawing Fluid Mechanics Material Science Thermo fluid Engineering Lab-VII (Thermal Engineering-I) Lab-VIII (Fluid Mechanics) Total

Credit 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 22 4 6 4 4 4 2

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Fifth Semester Sl. Course No. Code BICE-027 1 BIME-008 2 BIME-009 3 BIME-010 4 5 6 7
BIME-031 BIMEL-005 BIMEL-007

Course Description Mathematics-III Machine Design-I Production Technology-I Thermal Engineering-II Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines Lab-IX (Thermal Engineering- II Lab X ( Production TechnologyI) Total

Credit 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 22

Load per Week 4 4 4 4 4 2 3 25

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Sixth Semester Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Course Code BIME- 034


BIME-011 BIME-012 BIME-013 BIME-014 BIMEL-008 BIMEL-009 BIMEL-010

Course Description Heat and Mass Transfer Machine Design-II Automobile Engineering Turbomachines Production Technology-II Lab-XII(Heat and Mass Transfer) Lab-XIII (Automobile Engineering) Lab- XIV (Production Technology-II) Total

Credit 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 1 23

Load per Week 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 3 27

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Seventh Semester Sl. Course No. Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 BIME-015 BIME-016 BIME-017 BIMEL-011 BIMEL-012 BIMEP-003

Course Description Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Mechatronics Power Plant Engineering Elective-I Elective-II Lab-XV Refrigeration and Airconditioning) Lab-XVI (Mechatronics) Project Total

Credit 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 22 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 4

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28

Eighth Semester Sl. Course No. Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 BIME-018 BIME-019 BIME-020 BIMEL-013 BIMEL-014 BIMEP-003

Course Description Computer Aided Design Metrology Industrial Engineering Elective-III Elective-IV Lab XVII(Computer Aided Design) Lab XVIII ( Metrology) Project Total

Credit 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 8 30 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 4

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The students have to choose any two subjects as elective-I, II from the following (VII Semester)

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Course Code BIMEE-001 BIMEE-002 BIMEE-003 BIMEE-004 BIMEE-005 BIMEE-006 BIMEE-007 BIMEE-008 BIMEE-009 BIMEE-010 BIMEE-011 BIMEE-012

Course Description

Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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Unconventional Manufacturing Process Product Development and Design Non Conventional Energy Resources Optimization Techniques In Engineering Experimental Stress Analysis Tribology Advanced Dynamics of Machine Mechanical Vibrations Computer Aided Manufacturing Mechanical System Design Non Destructive Testing Production and Operations Management.

The students have to choose any two subjects as elective-III, IV from the following (VIII Semester) Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Course Code BIMEE-013 BIMEE-014 BIMEE-015 BIMEE-016 BIMEE-017 BIMEE-018 BIMEE-019 BIMEE-020 BIMEE-021 BIMEE-022 BIMEE-023 BIMEE-024 Course Description Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Load per Week

Finite Element Method Safety Engineering Industrial Measurement and Quality Control Robotics Nuclear Power Engineering Industrial Ergonomics Total Quality Management Material Handling Technical Entrepreneurship Optimization in Engineering Design Combustion Engineering Wielding Engineering

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ET-101A- MATHEMATICS-I
Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks External:70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT 1 : DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS: Functions of One Variable , Limit, Continuity and Differentiability, Mean Value Theorems, Applications, Partial Differentiation. UNIT 2 : INTEGRAL CALCULUS: Indefinite Integrals, Definite Integrals, Applications, First Order Differential Equations. UNIT 3 : VECTOR CALCULUS: Vector Algebra, Vector Differential Calculus, Line and Surface Integrals, Volume Integral UNIT 4 : MATRICES: Linear Equations and Euclidean Spaces , Linear Transformation and Linear Equations, Matrices and Determinants, Eigen values and Eigenvectors, Canonical Forms. References Books: 1.Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Ramana (Tata McGraw-Hill). 2 Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin kreyszig (Wiley Eastern-Ltd). 3.Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S. Grewal (Khanna Publication, Delhi). 4.Applied Mathematics (Volumes I and II ) by P.N. Wartikar & J.N. Wartikar 5.Advanced Mathematics, 7e, by Peter V. ONeil (Thomson Learning). 6.Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2e, by M. D. Greenberg (Pearson Education).

ET-105A-PHYSICS

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Marks External:70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT 1 : PARTICLE MECHANICS: Dynamic of a Particle, Linear and Angular Momentum, Energy, The Inverse Square Law. UNIT 2 : ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS: Systems of Particles, Moment of Inertia and Fixed Axis Rotation,Rotation of Rigid Bodies UNIT 3 : OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES: Oscillations , Waves, Superposition of Waves, Interference and Differaction, Polarisation. UNIT 4 : ELECTRICITY: Electric Field, Gausss Law, Electric Potential and Capacitance, Electric Circuits. Unit 5: Electromagnetism: The magnetic field, Lorentz force, Faradays Law, Electromagnetic waves. Reference Books: 1.University Physics, Young and freedman (pearson Education). 2.Fundamentals of physics, Resnick and Halliday (John Wiley and sons). 3.Principles of physics, Serway and Jewett (Saunders college publishing). 4.Engineering Physics,R.A.Gaur & S.L.Gupta(Dhanpat rai Publications)

BAS-003 COMMUNICATION SKILLS


Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks External: 70+Internal: 30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT I Essentials of Grammar: Parts of Speech, Punctuation, Vocabulary Building, Phonetics. Office Management : Types of Correspondence, Receipt and Dispatch of Mail, Filing Systems, Classification of Mail, Role & Function of Correspondence, MIS, Managing Computer. UNIT II Letter & Resume Writing: Types of Letters-Formal / Informal, Importance and Function, Drafting the Applications, Elements of Structure, Preparing the Resume, Dos & Donts of Resume, Helpful Hints UNIT III Presentation Skills: Importance of Presentation Skills, Capturing Data, Voice & Picture Integration, Guidelines to make Presentation Interesting, Body Language, Voice Modulation, Audience Awareness, Presentation Plan, Visual Aids, Forms of Layout, Styles of Presentation. UNIT IV Interview Preparation: Types of Interview, Preparing for the Interviews, Attending the Interview, Interview Process, Employers Expectations, General Etiquette, Dressing Sense, Postures & Gestures UNIT V Group Discussion & Presentation: Definition, Process, Guidelines, Helpful Expressions, Evaluation The student will be evaluated on the basis of: 1 His / Her presentation style 2 Feedback of Faculty & Students 3 General Etiquette 4 Proficiency in Letter Drafting / Interview Preparation 5 The paper is internal and at least 3 tests will be taken. Best 2 of 3 shall account for final grades (70% Test & 30% Presentation) References Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Shiv Khera, YOU CAN WIN, Macmillan Books. 2003 revised edition. Stephen Covey, 7 Habits of highly effective people John Collin, Perfect Presentation, Video Arts MARSHAL. Jenny Rogers, Effective Interviews, Video Arts MARSHAL. Raman, Sharma, Technical Communications, OXFORD. Sharon Gerson, Steven Gerson, Technical Writing process and product, Pearson education Asia, LPE Third Edition. R Sharma, K. Mohan, Business correspondence and Report writing , Tata McGrawHill ISBN 0-07-044555-9 Videos for Technical Education Catalog, National Education and Information Films Ltd, Mumbai.

ET-202A ENGINEERING MECHANICS


Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT 1: STATICS: Coplanar and Non-coplanar Forces, Equilibrium : Free Body Diagram, Friction, Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia. UNIT 2 : DYNAMICS: Kinematics, Kinematics of a Particles, Kinematics of Rigid Bodies, Impulse, Momentum, Work and Energy. UNIT 3 : INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL MECHANICS: Axial Force, Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams, Plane Trusses, Simple Stresses and Strains.

Reference Books: 1.Engineering Mechanics by S. Ramamrutham, Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company.

2.Engineering Mechanics statics and dynamics by R. C. Hibbeler McMillan Publication. 3.Mechanics for Engineers- Statics fourth Edition by F. P. Beer and E. R. Johnson, McGraw-Hill Publication. 4.Mechanics for Engineers- Dynamics Fourth Edition, by F.P. Beer and E. R. Johnson, McGrawHill Publication. 5.Engineering Mechanics statics and dynamics by J.L. Meriam and Craige, John Willey and Sons publication. 6.Engineering Mechanics by S.S. Timoshenko and D.H. Young, McGraw Hill Publication. 7.EngineeringMechanics by A.P. Boresi and R.J. Schmidt, Brooks/Cole Publication. 8.Engineering Mechanics by FL Singer, Harper and Rowe publication. 9.Engineering Mechanics by Shames I.H., PHI

BAS-005 Engineering Drawing


Lectures Tutorials Practical Marks Credits External: 70+Internal: 30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT I Introduction to Drawing - Drawing Equipments and Instruments, Drawing Sheet and Layout, Types of Letters and Lettering Standard, Types of Lines and Their Applications, Dimensioning of Drawing, Drawing Scales, Conventional Representation UNIT II Geometrical Construction Triangle, Square, Polygon, Pentagon, Hexagon, Circle and Curves, Conic Sections, Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola, Cycloid, Epicycloids, Hypocycloid, Tangent and Normal to Curves UNIT III Orthographic Projections I - Orthographic Projection, Projection of Points, Projection of Straight Lines, Projection of Planes, Orthographic Projections-II - Types of Solid, Orthographic Projections of Solid, Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Perpendicular to one of the Principal Plane, Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Parallel to Both the H.P. and V.P., Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Inclined to One of the Principal Plane and Parallel to the Other Principal Plane, Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Inclined to both the Principal Plane, Sections of Solids UNIT IV Isometric and Oblique Projections - Classification of Pictorial Drawings, Isometric Projection, Isometric Drawings of Plane Geometrical Figure, Isometric Projection of Solids, Oblique Projection UNIT V Surface Development - Geometric Objects, Development of a Surface, Development of a Cube, Development of a Tetrahedron, Development of an Octahedron, Development of a Prism, Development of a Pyramid, Development of a Cylinder, Development of a Cone, Development of a Sphere. Unit VI I.S. Conventions Need and Types, conventions existing in countries like Japan, US and Germany. Unit VII Standard Machine Components and their I.S. Conventions Constructional features & Applications of standard machine components like Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Spring etc.

Reference Books:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. N.D. Bhatt, Elementary Engineering Drawing, Chartor Publishing house, Anand, India. D. N. Johle, Engineering Drawing, Tata Mcgraw-hill Publishing Co. Ltd. K. L. Narayana and P. Kannaiah, Machine Drawing New Age International Ltd P.S. Gill, Engineering Graphics. James H. Earle,Engineering Design Graphics,Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. David I. Cook and Robert N. McDongal Engineering Graphics and Design with Computer Applications HoltSounders International Editors 7. IS Code SP 46 8. Warren J. Luzzader, Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 9. Fredderock E. Giesecke, Alva Mitchell & others, Principles of Engineering Graphics, Maxwell McMillan Publishing 10 Siddheshwar,Machine Drawing, Tata-McGraw Hill. 11. N. D. Bhat, Machine Drawing, Charotar Publishing Company

BASL-001 : Lab-I (Applied Science)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

List of Practical ( Students are required to conduct ANY 8 Experiments out of the following 10 Experiments) . 1. Use of diffraction grating for the determination of wavelength of a spectral line. 2. Newtons rings experiment. (Wavelength, radius, refractive index, determination) 3. Experiment based on ultrasonic waves. 4. Resolving power of a Telescope/Grating. 5. Determination of refractive indices for ordinary, extraordinary rays for a Quartz crystal! prism. 6. Demonstration of Lissajous figures using a CR0 (Principle of Interference). 7. Michelsons Interferometer. 8. Determination of Brewsters angle for glass surface and to determine refractive index of glass. 9. Determination of Youngs Modulus by Cornus method. 10. To verify cosine square law of Malus for plane polarized light using photo-voltaic cell .

BASL-002: LAB-II (Engineering Mechanics)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit 1 Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total...

List of Practicals in Applied Mechanics (Any Eight out of the following) 1) To determine the verification of law of polygon of force.

2) To determine the funicular polygon 3) To determine the Finding coefficient of friction by inclined plane apparatus 4) To determine the Mechanical, Advantage, Velocity ratio & efficiency of a
(a) Simple purchase crab winch (b) Double purchase crab winch (c) Gear train etc. (d) Wheel and axle (e) Screw Jack

5) To determine the finding forces in members of a cantilever truss 6) To determine the finding forces in members of a general truss 7) To determine the moment of inertia of a flywheel 8) To determine the Example modulus by Searles apparatus, 9) To determine the MA, VR & n of a differential pulley block, warm & warmed 10) To determine the finding expertly Reactions in a Beam 11) To determine Graphically evaluation of forces in a truss 12) To determine the Graphically evaluation of CG of a plane figure 13) To determine the Graphically evaluation MI of a plane figure.

BME-018: ENGINEERING MATERIALS


Lectures Tutorials Practical Marks Credits External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT 1 : MATERIALS APPLICATIONS: Mechanical Properties and Their Determination, Engineering Alloys (Ferrous and Non-ferrous), Ceramics, Refractory and Abrasive Materials. UNIT 2 : MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY: Plastics, Reinforced Plastics and Adhesives, Different Criteria for Design with Fracture Mechanics, Wear, Tribology, Surface Treatment and Coatings. References: 1.Jain R.K. _ Engineering Mertology , Khanna Publications 2.Hume .K.J.- Engineering Mertology 3.Juran J.M.- Quality Handbook- MCGraw Hill Publications

BME-003: MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY


Lectures Tutorials Practical Marks Credits External: 70+Internal: 30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT 1 : PRINCIPLE OF METAL CASTING : Metals and Melting Practices, Moulding Materials, Moulding Processes , Geometrical Modeling Of Curves. UNIT 2 : METAL FORMING: Plastic Deformation, Bulk Deformation, Sheet Metal Forming Process. UNIT 3 : PRINCIPLES OF METAL CUTTING :Tool Geometry ,Force & Power Requirement, Cutting Conditions, Machining Economics. UNIT 4 : WELDING TECHNOLOGY: Welding Processes, Welding Stresses, Distortion and Defects.

References: 1.S. K. Hajra Choudhury,Bose S.K., Elements of Workshop technology, Vol-I, Manufacturing Process, Media Promoters and Publishers Pvt Ltd. 2.B.S. Raghuwansi, A Course in Workshop Technology, Vol-I, Dhanpat Rai and Co.(P) Ltd Delhi. 3.K.C. Arora, Workshop Practice, S.K, Kataria and Sons. 4. R.K. Singhal, Workshop Practice, S.K. Kataria and Sons. 5.P.N. Rao Manufacturing Technology Vol I & II, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers. 6.P.C. Sharma, Production Engineering, Khanna Publishers. 7.R.K. Jain, Production Technology, Khanna Publishers 8.HMT., Production Technology, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers 9. Hoffman, Introduction to Jigs and Fixtures, Galagotia Publishers 10.S.K. Basu, Fundamentals of Tool Design, Oxford IBH 11.Degarmo, Black and Kosherth, Materials and Processes in Manufacturing 8th Edition Prentice Hall of India

BICE-001: Elements Engineering Science


Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks External: 70+Internal: 30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT I Basic concepts: Concept of electricity, Basic terms- Voltage current, Potential Difference, Power, energy and their units. Ohms Law Effect of temperature on resistance, temperature coefficient of resistance. Resistances in series and parallel Kickoffs current law and Kickoffs voltage law and their applications to simple circuits. Various unit systems. Conversion of energy theory. Conversion of one form of energy units into electrical and electrical to another form of energy. Work + Power + Energy concepts. Numerical based on work power energy. UNIT II Introduction to Civil Engineering : Basic Areas in Civil Engineering. Roll of civil engineer as site engineer, Roll of civil engineer at different levels of project (such as consultant, as contractors, as specialized), different types of building and it s various components UNIT III Principles of survey, plan, map, plain scale, R.F. sign conventions Use of tapes for distance measurement, Ranging-by eye and with line ranger. Concepts of base line, tie line, check line, offsets using open cross staff Study of prismatic compass. Types of bearings and reference meridians. Measurement of bearings and angles Local attraction and its adjustment. UNIT IV Thermodynamics -Thermodynamics types, system, surrounding work, p-dV work in various processes, p-V representation of various thermodynamic processes and cycles, Ideal gas equations, Statements of I and II laws of thermodynamics ,Carnot cycle for Heat engine, Refrigerator and Heat pump. Heat Transfer Statement and explanation of Fouriers law of heat conduction, Newton;s law of cooling, Stefan Boltzmanns law. I.C. engines-important parts and working of 2s and 4s petrol and diesel engines. UNIT V Design- design process and design cycle, stress and strain and their types, hookes law, stress strain curve for ductile and brittle materials, mechanical properties of materials ,steels , cast irons, non- ferrous alloys. Introduction to manufacturing processes and Their Applications: Casting, Sheet metal forming, Sheet metal cutting, Forging, welding and soldering processes. Machine Tools (Basic elements, Working principle and types of operations)-Lathe Machine Centre Lathe,Drilling Machine radial drilling machine, Grinding machine, Power saw, Milling Machine

References: 1. Electrical Technology Vol 1 B.L. Theraja & A.K.Theraja S. Chand 2. Basic Electrical Engineering Nagrath Kothari TMH 3. Basic Electrical Engineering V.K.Mehata S Chand 4. Basic Electrical Engineering Vaidya, Bhagwat, Godbole, Bangal 5. Surveying and Leveling---Kanetkar and Kulkarni, PVC Prakashana 6. Thermal engineering by Khurmi Gupta 7. Design of machine elements by Bhandari. 8. Manufacturing processes by Amitabh Ghosh- Mallik. 9. Production technology by R.K.Jain.

BME-019: ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS

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UNIT 1 : ZEROTH AND FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS: Fundamental Concepts and Definitions ,Temperature, Zeroth law of thermodynamics, First Law of Thermodynamics UNIT 2 : SECOND LAW CONCEPTS: Second Law of Thermodynamics, Entropy UNIT 3 : ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS: Heat Engine Cycles, Vapor Power Cycles, Refrigeration.

Reference: 1.P.K. Nag, Engineering Thermodynamics, Tata McGraw Hill Publications 2.Rayner Joel, Engineering Thermodynamics, ELBS longman 3.Thermodynamics and heat power- Granet- Bluestein, sixth ed, pearson education. 4.Thermodynamics and heat engines, VOL I-R. Yadav, sixth ed, central publishing house. 5.Y Cengel & Boles. Thermodynamics- An Engineering Approach, Tata McGraw hill Publications. 6.C.P. Arora, Engineering Thermodynamics, Tata McGraw Hill Publications 7.P L Ballany, Thermal Engineering, Khanna publishers 8.Kothandaraman and Domkundwar, Thermodynamics and Heat Engines.

BME- 020: KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MECHANISMS


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Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

UNIT 1 : BASIC CONCEPTS: Introduction to Kinematics of Machines, Kinematics Constraints and Kinematics Pairs, Kinematics Chains and their Versions. UNIT 2 : MOTION ANALYSIS OF PLANAR MECHANISM AND SYNTHESIS: Instantaneous Centres, Analysis by Graphical Methods ,Analysis by Analytical Methods, Synthesis of Cam Follower System, Synthesis of Planar Mechanism. UNIT 3 : POWER TRANSMISSION DEVICES: Belt, Chain and Gears and Law of Gearing, Gear Geometry, Gear Trains UNIT 4 : MECHANICAL VIBRATION: Vibration of Mechanical System , Single Degree of Freedom and Two Degree of Freedom System, Single Degree of Freedom System ,Forced Vibration, Isolation and Control, Introduction to Vibration Measuring Instruments UNIT 5 : STATIC AND DYNAMIC FORCE ANALYSIS: Static and Dynamic Analysis Equivalent Dynamical System, Gear Force Analysis UNIT 6 : BALANCING: Introduction to Balancing, Static Dynamic and Field Balancing, Balancing of Reciprocating Masses, Balancing of Inline and Radian Engines UNIT 7 : FLYWHEEL AND GOVERNORS: Flywheel References: 1.Theory of machines and mechanisms by P.L. Balleny, Khanna Publishers 2. Theory of machines by S.S. Rattan, Tata McGraw Hill Publication 3. Theory of mechanisms and machines by Ghosh and Mallick 4. Theory of mechanisms and machines by Shigley and Uicker. 5. Theory of machines, Sadhu Singh, Pearson Education 6. Theory of machines by Thomas Beavan, CBS Publication 7. Theory of mechanisms and machines by Dr. Jagdish Lal, Metropolitan Book Co

BIMEL-001: LAB-III (Engineering Thermodynamics Lab)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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List of Practicals- Thermodynamics 1. Verification of first law of thermodynamics using paddle wheel experiments. 2. Experiment on throttling process by porous plug experiment. 3. Determination of dryness fraction of steam using throttling calorimeter or throttling and separating calorimeter. 4. Study of heat engine, heat pump and refrigerator and determination of efficiency and COP Determination of thermal conductivity of insulating powder. 5. Determination of thermal conductivity of metal rod. 6. Determination of emissivity of a metal surface. 7. Determination of Stefan-Boltzmann constant. 8. Determination of critical heat flux in pool boiling.

BASL-003: LAB-IV (Workshop Practice)


Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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Term Work Here practical of workshop practice must be conducted in such a way that each student must be able to independently make objects / products which are commercially marketable and useful to college or society as whole. Instructor must demonstrate making of at least one job from each category. Students are expected to learn ANY FOUR out of the following skills and must get acquainted to the tools used and standard procedure used as applicable. Term Work should include 1. Carpentry One job on wood joints like lap joint, mortise & tendon joint etc. The job may be making a stool. Demonstration of one job on wood turning operation. 2. Sheet Metal One job on sheet metal which must contain making any of the following- tray or dustbin. 3. Fitting One simple job on male female joint which includes drilling and tapping operations. 4. Smithy and Forging One job on forging such as a. Making one end of the flat bar knife edge and other end vee. b. Making nails or arrows for surveying, fixing cricket mat etc. c. Making tools used in gardening.

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Plumbing One job on pipe joints. Dummy piping system may be used to explain Piping joints. Students may be shown industrial or domestic piping so as to understand the need of piping. Welding- One job on arc welding joints like lap, butt, T joints and one job on gas welding. Journal should include report on process sheets of all jobs, description of hand tools & equipments used, various operations performed, safety precautions in workshop. Instructor must introduce all important parameters of process. At least one demonstration of making of each job must be shown to students. Finally appropriate marks may be awarded by evaluating the performance of the student.

ET-101 (b) : MATHEMATICS-II


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Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

UNIT 1 : PROBABILITY CONCEPTS: Introduction to Probability, Theorems of Probability, Discrete Distributions. UNIT 2 : DISTRIBUTION THEORY: Continuous Distributions, Multivariate Distributions, Sampling Distributions and Approximations of Distributions. UNIT 3 : ESTIMATION AND TESTS OF HYPOTHESIS: Point Estimation, Interval Estimation and Testing of Hypothesis, Standard Statistical Tests.

Reference: 1.Meyer, P.L, Introduction to Probability and Statistical Applications Addition-Wesley Publishing company. 2. Trivedi, K.S, Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queuing and Computer Science Applications. Prentice Hall of India Ltd, New Delhi. 3.Introduction to probability and Statistical Applications, P.L. Meyer 4.An Outline of Statistical Theory, Vols. I & II by Goon, Gupta and Dasgupta. 5.Introduction to probability and Statistical Applications By Paul L. Meyer 6.An Outline of Statistical Theory, Vol. I & II by Goon Gupta and Guptadas.

BME-009: COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND APPLICATION


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Marks External: 70+Internal: 30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Block 1 : Basics of C++ Unit 1 : Programming Constructs Unit 2 : Arrays and Pointers Unit 3 : Function and Structures Block 2 : Object Oriented Programming Using C++ Unit 4 : Objects and Classes Unit 5 : Virtual Functions Unit 6 : Programming Examples Block 3 : Numerical Methods Unit 7 : Number Representation and Errors Unit 8 : Methods for Finding Roots of Equations Unit 9 : Direct Methods of Solution for System of Equations Unit 10 : Iterative Method of Solution of Equation Unit 11 : Finite Difference Interpolation Unit 12: Introduction to MSTLAB/Mathematica References: 1. Programming in C , Balagurusamy Tata Mc-Graw Hill 2. Lets C, Kanetkar BPB. 3. Complete reference in C, Herbert Shildt, Tata Mc-Graw Hill 4. Numerical Methods: Using C, Fourth Edition , 2004, John H. Mathwes and Kurtis D. Fink,Prentice Hall Publications.

BME-017: STRENGTH OF MATERIALS


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Marks External: 70+Internal: 30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

UNIT 1 : STRESSES IN SOLIDS: Simple Stresses and Strains, Thermal Stresses, Principal Stresses and Strains. UNIT 2 : FORCES AND STRESSES IN BEAMS: Shear Forces and Bending Moments, Stresses in Beams, Stress Distribution in Beams, Direct and Bending Stresses, Strain Energy UNIT 3 : STRESSES IN SHAFTS AND SHELLS AND THERMAL STRESSES: Deflection of Beams, Torsion, Thick and Thin Cylinders, Shells, Springs

Reference: 1.Rajput. R.K. Strength of Materials S. Chand & co Lt. New Delhi 1996 2.Jindal U.C. Strength of Materials Asian Books Pvt Ltd, New Delhi 2007 3.Egor.P. Popov Engineering Mechanics of Solids Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi 1997 4.Subramanian R. Strength of Materials Oxford University Press, Oxford Higher Education series, 2007 5.Hibbeler, R.C, Mechanics of materials, Pearson Education, Low Price Edition, 2007 6.Vazirani, N, ratwani, M. Analysis of Structures Khanna Publishers, New Delhi 2001

ET-524 (A): PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS


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Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

UNIT 1: BASIC CONCEPTS: Management : Thought and Functions, Micro-Economics for Engineers, Economic Environment and Policies, Human Behaviour at Work, Staff Training and Development. UNIT 2: ORGANISATION: Organisation Structure and Compatibility, Power, Authority and Delegation, Organisation Dynamics A Response to Growth and Decay

UNIT 3 : MANAGERIAL CONTROL STRATEGIES: Management of Quality, Time Value of Money, Decision Making : Models, Techniques and Processes UNIT 4 : INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Projects : Concept and Phases, Project Management, Value Engineering, Eco-Friendliness of Projects.

References: 1.Industrial Management. L.C. Jhamb, Everest Publishing house. 2.Industrial Engineering and management-O.P. Khanna, Dhanapat Rai publications 3.Industrial Management S.C. Jain, H.S.BAWA, Dhanapat Rai publications 4.Industrial Management D.P. Bhivpathak, L.C. Jhamb, JM 5.Industrial Management Inamdar, AR Bokil, Everest Publishing house.

BME-008: MACHINING TECHNOLOGY


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UNIT 1 : THEORY OF METAL CUTTING: Metal Cutting and Chip Formation ,Thermal Aspects in Metal Cutting, Tool Wear, Tool Life, Machinability and Tool Materials. UNIT 2 : ABRASIVE MACHINE PROCESSES: Abrasive and Grinding Wheels, Mechanics of Grinding and Grinding Operations, Finishing Processes UNIT 3 : SURFACE FINISHING PROCESS: Surface Characteristics and Product Performance, Conventional Surface Finishing Process, Micro Machining. UNIT 4 : NON-CONVENTIONAL MATERIAL REMOVAL PROCESSES: Introduction and Classification, Mechanical Advanced Machining Processes, Thermal Advanced Machining Process, Electrochemical Machining (ECM). References: 1.S. K. Hajra Choudhury,Bose S.K., Elements of Workshop technology, Vol-I, Manufacturing Process, Media Promoters and Publishers Pvt Ltd. 2.B.S. Raghuwansi, A Course in Workshop Technology, Vol-I, Dhanpat Rai and Co.(P) Ltd Delhi. 3.K.C. Arora, Workshop Practice, S.K, Kataria and Sons. 4. R.K. Singhal, Workshop Practice, S.K. Kataria and Sons. 5.P.N. Rao Manufacturing Technology Vol I & II, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers. 6.P.C. Sharma, Production Engineering, Khanna Publishers. 7.R.K. Jain, Production Technology, Khanna Publishers 8.HMT., Production Technology, Tata McGraw Hill Publishers 9. Hoffman, Introduction to Jigs and Fixtures, Galagotia Publishers 10.S.K. Basu, Fundamentals of Tool Design, Oxford IBH 11.Degarmo, Black and Kosherth, Materials and Processes in Manufacturing 8th Edition Prentice Hall of India.

BASL-006: LAB-V (Computer Programming)


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Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

1. Write a program to produce ASCII equivalent of given number 2. Write a program to find divisor or factorial of a given number. 3. Write a program to evaluate the following algebraic expressions after reading necessary values from the user (ax+b)/(axb) 2.5 log xcos 30+|x^2-y^2|+sqrt (2xy) (x^5+10x^4+8x^3+4x+2 4. Write a program to find sum of a geometric series 5. Write a program to cipher a string 6. Write a program to check whether a given string follows English capitalization rules. 7. Write a program to find sum of the following series 1+ + 1/3 +________+1/20 8. Write a program to search whether a given substring exist in an input string or not and then delete this string from input string. 9. Write a recursive program for tower of Hanoi problem 10. The fibonacci sequence of numbers is 1,1,2,3,5,8. Based on the recurrence relation F(n)=F(n-1)+F(n-2)for n>2 Write a recursive program to print the first m Fibonacci number. 11. Write a menu driven program for matrices to do the following operation depending on whether the operation requires one or two matrices a) Addition of two matrices b) Subtraction of two matrices c) Finding upper and lower triangular matrices d) Trace of a matrix e) Transpose of a matrix f) Check of matrix symmetry g) Product of two matrices. 12. Write a program that takes two operands and one operator from the user perform the operation and then print the answer. 13. Write a program to print the following outputs: 11 2222 333333 14. Write functions to add, subtract, multiply and divide two complex numbers (x+iy) and (a+ib) Also write the main program. 15. Write a menu driven program for searching an sorting with following options:h) Searching (1) Linear searching (2) Binary searching i) Sorting (1) Insertion sort (2) Selection sorting 16. Write a program to copy one file to other, use command line arguments. 17. Write a program to mask some bit of a number (using bit operations) 18. An array of record contains information of managers and workers of a company. Print all the data of managers and workers in separate files.

BIMEL-002: LAB-VI (Strength of Materials)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

List of Experiments in Strength of Materials (Any Eight) 1. To determine shear force (SF) and Bending moment (BM) diagram at various sections of a simply supported beam loaded with several point load on plain paper. 2. To determine yield stress, ultimate stress, youngs modulus, percentage elongation of a mild steel rod by Universal testing machine. 3. Determination of bending test on timber. 4. Determination of bending test on floor tiles. 5. Determination of modulus of rigidity of a curve by torsion apparatus. 6. Determination of deflection and stiffness of a helical spring. 7. To determine hardness of a plate by Rock wells Brinells hardness testing machine. 8. To determine impact resistance of a material by Izode impact testing machine. 9. To determine compression test on timber, bricks, mild steel and copper. 10. Determination of water absorption test on bricks. 11. Determination of water absorption test on floor tiles. 12. To determine the moisture content and specific gravity of timber.

BIME-002: THERMAL ENGINEERING I


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APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS Unit-I Thermodynamic relations: Mathematical conditions for exact differentials. Maxwell Relations, Clapeyron Equation, Joule-Thompson coefficient and Inversion curve. Coefficient of volume expansion, Adiabatic & Isothermal compressibility. 3 Fuels and Combustion: Combustion analysis, Heating Values, Air requirement, Air/Fuel ratio, Standard heat of Reaction and effect of temperature on standard heat of reaction, heat of formation, Adiabatic flame temperature. 4 Unit-II Boilers: Steam generators-classifications. Working of fire-tube and water-tube boilers, boiler mountings & accessories, Draught & its calculations, air pre heater, feed water heater, super heater. Boiler efficiency, Equivalent evaporation. Boiler trial and heat balance. 6 Condenser: Classification of condenser, Air leakage, Condenser performance parameters 2 Unit-III Steam Engines: Rankine and modified Rankine cycles, Working of stream engine, Classification of steam engines, Indicator diagram, Saturation curve, Missing quantity, Heat balance. 3 Steam& Gas Nozzles: Flow through nozzle, Variation of velocity, Area and specific volume, Choked flow, Throat area, Nozzle efficiency, Off design operation of nozzle, Effect of friction on nozzle, Super saturated flow. 4 21 Unit-IV Vapour Power cycles: Carnot vapour power cycle, Effect of pressure & temperature on Rankine cycle, Reheat cycle, Regenerative cycle, Feed water heaters, Binary vapour cycle, Combined cycles, Cogeneration. 3 Steam Turbines : Classification of steam turbine, Impulse and reaction turbines, Staging, Stage and overall efficiency, Reheat factor, Bleeding, Velocity diagram of simple & compound multistage impulse & reaction turbines & related calculations work done efficiencies of reaction, Impulse reaction Turbines, state point locus, Comparison with steam engines, Losses in steam turbines, Governing of turbines. 4

Unit-V Gas Turbine:Gas turbine classification Brayton cycle, Principles of gas turbine, Gas turbine cycles with intercooling, reheat and regeneration and their combinations, Stage efficiency, Polytropic efficiency. Deviation of actual cycles from ideal cycles. 4 Jet Propulsion: Introduction to the principles of jet propulsion, Turbojet and turboprop

engines & their processes, Principle of rocket propulsion, Introduction to Rocket Engine. 3 Reference: 1. Applied thermodynamics by Onkar Singh, New Age International (P) Publishers Ltd. 2. Basic and Applied Thermodynamics by P.K. Nag, Tata Mc Graw Hill Pub. 3. Thermal Engg. By P.L. Ballaney, Khanna Publisher 4. Theory of Stream Turbine by W.J. Kearton 5. Steam & Gas Turbine by R.Yadav, CPH Allahabad 6. Thermal Engg. By R.K. Rajput, Laxmi Publication 7. Gas Turbine, by V. Ganeshan, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishers. 8. Gas turbine Theory & Practice, by Cohen & Rogers, Addison Weslay Long man 9.Thermal Engineering by S. Domkundwar 10. Thermodynamics by E.J. Lay 11. Introduction of Gas Dynamic by R. Rotty

BIME-003: MACHINE DRAWING


Lecture Tutorial Practice Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Introduction Graphics Language, Classification of drawings, Principles of drawing, IS codes for machine drawing, scales, types of lines, section lines, Dimensioning Orthographic Projections Principle of first angle and third angle projection, drawing of machine elements in first angle projection, selection of views, sectional views Screwed fasteners Thread nomenclature, Forms of thread, Thread series, designation, Representation of threads, Bolted joints, Locking arrangement of nuts Keys and Cotters and Pin joint Types of keys, Cotter joint or Knuckle joint Shaft Couplings Introduction, Rigid coupling or Flexible coupling Riveted joints Introduction, rivets and riveting, Types of rivet heads, Types of riveted joints, Boiler joint Assembly Drawing Introduction, Engine parts-stuffing box, cross head Part and Assembly Drawing Assembly drawing of eccentric, lathe tail stock, air valve, screw jack, connecting rod, safety valve etc. Production Drawing Types, Examples of simple machine elements like helical gear, bevel gear, crank, connecting rod, belt pulley, piston etc. Computer Aided Drafting Introduction, input, output devices, introduction to software like AutoCAD, ProE, basic commands and development of 2D and 3D drawings of simple parts Books and References: 1. Machine Drawing - KL Narayana, P Kannaiah, KV Reddy - New Age 2. Machine Drawing - PS Gill - SK Kataria & sons 3. Machine Drawing -N. Siddeshswar, P Kannaiah, VVS Shastry -Tata McGraw Hill 4. Engineering Drawing - RK Dhawan - S. Chand 5. AutoCAD-S. Vshal - Dhanpat Rai 6. Engineering Graphics - BK Goel & PK Goel - SK Kataria 7. Computer Aided Engineering Graphics - Rajashekhar Patil - New Age 8. Engineering Drawing - Dhananjay A Jolhe - Tata McGraw Hill 9. Engineering Drawing - CM Agrawal - Tata McGraw Hill 10. Machine Drawing Ajeet Singh The Mc Graw Hill Companies

BIME-004: FLUID MECHANICS


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Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

UNIT - I Review of Fluid Properties : Fluid Statics: 'Pressure at a point, pressure variation in compressible and incompressible fluid, Absolute and gauge pressure manometers, forces on plane and curved surfaces, buoyant force, Stability of floating and submerged bodies, Relative equilibrium. UNIT - II Kinematics of Flow : Classification of fluid flow, path lines, streaklines, streamlines and stream tubes; continuity equation for one and three dimensional flow, rotational & irrotational flows, velocity potential, stream function, flownets-their utility & method of drawing flownets, circulation stagnation point, separation of flow. UNIT - III Dynamics of flow : Equation of motions, Bernoulli's equations and its application, energy correction factor, momentum correction factors, linear momentum equation. The moment of momentus equation and application. Fluid Measurements : Velocity measurement (pitot tube, Prandtl tube, current meters etc.): flow measurement (orifices, nozzles, mouth pieces, orifice meter, nozzles meter, venturimeter, weirs and notches). Introduction to Electro magnetic flow meter, ultrasonic flow meter. UNIT - IV Dimensional Analysis and Dynamic Similitude : Dimensional analysis, dimensional homogeneity, use of Buckingham - pie theorem, dimensionless numbers, similarity laws, specific model investigations (submerged bodies, partially submerged bodies, weirs, spillways, rotodynamic machines etc.). UNIT - V Laminar Flow : Introduction to laminar & turbulent flow, Reynolds experiment & Reynolds numbers, laminar flow through circular pipes, laminar flow between parallel plates, couette flow, stokes law, fluidization, laminar and turbulent boundary layers, boundary layer separation and methods of control.

References Books : 1. Fluid Mechanics - Streeter & Wylie. 2. Mechanics of Fluids - Shames. 3. Mechanics of Fluids - White. 4. Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics by R.K. Bansal. 5. Fluids Mechanics & Hydraulics by A.K. Jain. 6. Fluids Mechanics - R.J. Garde & Mirajgaonkar.

BIME-005: MATERIAL SCIENCE


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Unit-I Introduction : Historical perspective, importance of materials. Brief review of modern & atomic concepts in Physics and Chemistry. Atomic models, Periodic table, Chemical bondings. Crystallography and Imperfections : Concept of unit cell space lattice, Bravais lattices, common crystal structures, Atomic packing factor and density. Miller indices. Xray crystallography techniques. Imperfections, Defects & Dislocations in solids. Unit-II Mechanical properties and Testing : Stress strain diagram, Ductile & brittle material, Stress vs strength. Toughness, Hardness, Fracture, Fatigue and Creep. Testings such as Strength testings, Hardness testing, Impact testings, Fatigue testing Creep testing, Non-destructive testing (NDT) Microstructural Exam : Microscope principle and methods. Preparation of samples and Microstructure exam and grain size determination. Comparative study of microstructure of various metals & alloys such as Mild steel, CI, Brass. Phase Diagram and Equilibrium Diagram : Uniary and Binary diagrams, Phase rules. Types of equilibrium diagrams: Solid solution type, eutectic type and combination type. Iron-carbon equilibrium diagram. Unit-III Ferrous materials : Brief introduction of iron and steel making furnaces. Various types of carbon steels, alloy steels and cast irons, its properties and uses. Heat Treatment : Various types of heat treatment such as Annealing, Normalizing, Quenching, Tempering and Case hardening. Time Temperature Transformation (TTT) diagrams. Non-Ferrous metals and alloys : Non-ferrrous metals such as Cu, Al, Zn, Cr, Ni etc. and its applications. Various type Brass, Bronze, bearing materials, its properties and uses. Aluminum alloys such as Duralumin. Other advanced materials/alloys. Unit-IV Magnetic properties : Concept of magnetism - Dia, para, ferro Hysteresis. Soft and hard magnetic materials, Magnetic storages. Electric properties : Energy band concept of conductor, insulator and semi-conductor. Intrinsic & extrinsic semi-conductors. P-n junction and transistors. Basic devices and its application. Diffusion of Solid. Super conductivity and its applications. Messier effect. Type I & II superconductors. High Tc superconductors.

Unit-V Ceramics : Structure types and properties and applications of ceramics. Mechanical/Electrical behavior and processing of Ceramics. Plastics : Various types of polymers/plastics and its applications. Mechanical behavior and processing of plastics. Future of plastics. Other materials : Brief description of other material such as optical and thermal materials concrete, Composite Materials and its uses. Brief introduction to Smartmaterials & Nano-materials and their potential applications Performance of materials in service: Brief theoretical consideration of Fracture, Fatigue, and Corrosion and its control. References : 1. W.D. Callister, Jr, - Material Science & Engineering Addition-Wesley Publication . 2. K.M.Gupta, Materials Science, Umesh Publication. 3. Van Vlash - Elements of Material Science & Engineering John Wiley & Sons. 4. V. Raghvan - Material Science, Prentice Hall. 5. Narula - Material Science, TMH. 6. Srivastava, Srinivasan - Science of Materials Engineering, NewAge Publication..

BIME-006: THERMOFLUID ENGINEERING


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UNIT I Concept of continuum, types of fluids and their properties, Kinematics of fluid flow: Lagrangian & Eulerian Method, Descript ion of Fluid Flow, Stream Line, Path line and Streak Line, Types of Flow and Types of mot ion, local and convective acceleration, Integral forms of Cont Inuit equation, Momentum equation and Energy equations, simple problems on al l topics. UNIT - II Gas Dynamics: (a) Continuity, momentum and energy equations for One-dimensional, steady and compressible flows, review of thermo dynamical concepts stagnation and critical properties. (b) Isentropic flow: sonic velocity, Mach number, Mach angle, Propagation of sound wave, isentropic flow through nozzles; choking, effect of friction, under design and of f design conditions, effect of area variation on isentropic f low; relationship between Pressure drop, area and Mach number and simple problems. UNIT - III (a) Normal shock; governing equations, analysis of normal shock, Rankine-Hugoniot relation, Prandtl relation, Propagation of Shock Wave, Converging and Diverging Nozzles with normal Shock Waves, numerical problems. (b) Flow through ducts of constant area: governing equations; adiabatic flow (Fanno-line), frictionless flow with heat transfer (Rayleighline), numerical problems. UNIT - IV Laminar f low through pipes, viscous f low between parallel plates, Shear stress distribution in a fully developed pipe flow, loss of head due to friction; Darcy resistance equation, major and minor losses, Pipes in series & parallel and simple problems. Boundary Layer Theory: Physical Concept of Laminar and Turbulent boundary layer, Force on immersed bodies: Li ft and Drag, simple problems. UNIT V Hydraulic Turbines: Classification of turbines and their Constructional details, fundamental equation for power developed and efficiency, performance characteristics, unit quantities, specific speed, governing of turbines, cavitation and simple problems on various topics. List of Books: 1. Thermal Engineering R.K. Rajput 2. Thermal Power Engineering R. Yadav 3. Thermal Engineering Domkundwar 4. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic machines. R.K. Bansal 5. Turbo Machines A Valan Arasu

BIMEL-003: LAB-VII (THERMAL ENGINEERING I)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

S.No. Name of Experiment 1. Study of Boilers. 2. Study of surface condenser. 3. Study of Rovers Gas Turbine. 4. Study of Steam Turbine 5. Study of Gas Turbine Combustion Chamber. 6. Study of model of 4 cylinder 4 stroke petrol engine. 7. Study of Ignition System of S. I. Engine. 8. Study of Fuel Inject ion Sys tem of Diesel Engine. 9. Load Test on Ruston Diesel Engine

BIMEL-004: LAB-VIII (Fluid Mechanics)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

1. To verify the momentum equation using the experimental set-up on diffusion of Submerged air jet. 2. To determine the coefficient of discharge of an orifice of a given shape. Also to determine the coefficient of velocity and the coefficient of contraction of the Orifice mouth piece. 3. To calibrate an orifice meter, venturimeter, and bend meter and study the variation of the co-efficient of discharge with the Reynolds number. 4. To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to determine the lower critical Reynolds number. 5. To study the velocity distribution in a pipe and also to compute the discharge by integrating the velocity profile. 6. To study the variation of friction factor, f for turbulent flow in commercial pipes. 7. To study the boundary layer velocity profile over a flat plate and to determine the boundary layer thickness.

BICE-027: MATHEMATICS-III
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Unit I Dirichiet conditions. Expansion of periodic functions into Fourier series. Change of interval. Fourier series for even and odd functions. Half-range expansions. RMS value of a function. Parseval's relation. Fourier series in complex form. Harmonic analysis. Unit II Definition of Fourier Transform (finite and infinite). Inverse Fourier Transform. Properties. Fourier Sine and Cosine transforms. Inverse Fourier Sine and Cosine transforms. Properties. Convolution theorem for Fourier Transform. Unit III Formation of PDE. Solution of standard types of first order equations. Lagrange's linear equation. Second and higher order homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear equations with constant coefficients. Unit IV One-dimensional wave equation and one-dimensional heat flow equation. Method of separation of variables. Fourier series solution. Unit V Two-dimensional heat flow equation in steady state. Laplace equation in Cartesian and polar co ordinates. Method of separation of variables. Fourier series solution. References 1. GREWAL, B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers. 2. KANDASAMY, P. THILAGAVATHY, K. AND GUNAVATHY, K., Engineering Mathematics, Vol. III, Chand and Company. 3. VENKATARAMAN, M.K., Engineering Mathematics Vol.III, National Publishing Company.

BIME-008: MACHINE DESIGN I


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UNIT I Design of fasteners: Knuckle, cotter, threaded joint, design and drawing of permanent fasteners - riveted joints, welded joints, eccentric loading of riveted joints, welded and bolted joints, and computer aided design of at least one joint UNIT - II Concepts of creep and fatigue, design of shaft design for power transmission including combined bending and torsion and design of shaft Couplings, effects of stress concentration, computer aided design of at least one coupling. UNIT- III Spring design: Helical springs, closed and open coiled tension, compression springs and their ends, design of leaf springs, power screws - designing for various types of screw jacks, lead screw of lathe machine, and screw press. UNIT- IV Design methods, preliminary design, conceptual design, detailed design, and design for manufacture, assembly environment, maintenance, reliability, concur rent engineering, reverse engineering, and creative design. UNIT- V Hydraulic presses and pneumatic presses. Books & References 1. Mechanical Engineering Design J.E. Shigley and Charles R.Mischke, TMH 2. Engineering Design G.E. Dieter 3. Mechanics of Sol ids, Vol. 2 E.J.Hearn 4. Machine Design Kulkarni, TMH 5. Handbook of Mechanical Design G.M.Maitra and L.V. Prasad, TMH

BIME-009: Production Technology I


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Unit I Moulding sands - Types and properties. Patterns - Types of patterns. Selection of patterns. Pattern allowances. Classifications of castings according to mould materials and moulding methods. Special casting techniques. Fettling and finishing of castings. Defects in castings. Unit II Classification of welding process : Principle of gas welding. Arc welding. Resistance welding. Solid state welding. Thermochemical welding. Radiant energy welding. Brazing and soldering. Thermal cutting of metals or alloys. Unit III Forging : Classification of forging processes. Forging processes. Forging defects and inspection. Rolling : Classification of rolling processes. Rolling mill. Rolling of bars and shapes. Extrusion : Classification of extrusion processes. Extrusion equipments. Examples. Unit IV Drawing : Drawing of rods, wires and tubes. Sheet metal forming methods : Shearing, Blanking, Bending, Stretch forming, Deep forming. Spinning : Spinning processes. Unit V High Velocity Forming : Explosive forming , Electro hydraulic forming. Magnetic pulse forming. Pneumatic. Mechanical high velocity forming. Plastics working : Types of plastics. Plastic moulding processes. References : 1. Jain R.K., Production Technology, Khanna Publishers, 2001 2. Hajra Choudhry, Elements of Workshop Technology, Vol II Dhanpat Rai & Sons, 1992. 3. HMT Production Technology, Tata Mc Graw-Hills Publishing Co. Limited, 1994. 4. Chapman, W.A.J., Workshop Technology, Vol - II, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Ltd., 1986.

BIME-010: Thermal Engineering-II


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Unit I Reciprocating air compressors. Types. Construction. Work of compression without clearance. Effect of clearance. Multistaging. Optimum intermediate pressure for perfect inter cooling. Compressor efficiencies and mean effective pressure. Unit II Working of two and four stroke engines. Valve and port timing diagrams. Deviation of engine indicator diagram from air standard cycles. Fuel air cycles and their analysis. Comparison of air standard and fuel air cycles. Losses in actual cycles. Unit III IC engines fuels and rating. SI engine air fuel mixture requirements. Performance curve of an automobile carburetor. Diesel injection systems. Types. Jerk type pump. Injection pump governors. Types of nozzles. Introduction to petrol injection. Unit IV Battery Ignition. Magneto ignition and transistorized coil ignition. Combustion in SI engines. Knock in SI engines. Effect of engine variable on knock. Combustion in CI engines. Knock in CI engines. Combustion chambers for SI and CI engines. Unit V IC Engine testing. Measurement of friction power. Indicated power. Electronic Indicator. Brake power. Dynamometers. Instruments for measuring emission of NOx , CO, unburnt HC and smoke. Engine efficiencies. Heat balance. Scavenging in two stroke engine. References 1. Ganesan, Y., Internal Combustion Engines, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2003. 2. Heywood, J.B., Fundamentals of Internal Combustion Engines, McGraw-Hill, 1988. 3. Ballaney, P.L., Thermal Engineering, Khanna Publishers, 1996.

BIME-031: KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT I FRICTION Laws of friction, Friction on inclined plane, Efficiency on inclined plane, Friction in journal bearing-friction circle, Pivots and collar friction-uniform pressure and uniform wear, Belt and pulley drive, Length of open and cross belt drive, Ratio of driving tensions for flat belt drive, centrifugal tension, condition for maximum power transmission, V belt drive UNIT II Brakes & Dynamometers Shoe brake, Band brake, Band and Block brake, Absorption and transmission type dynamometers UNIT III CAMS Cams and Followers - Classification & terminology, Cam profile by graphical methods with knife edge and radial roller follower for uniform velocity, simple harmonic and parabolic motion of followers, Analytical methods of cam design tangent cam with roller follower and circular cams with flat faced follower UNIT IV Gears & Gear Trains Classification & terminology, law of gearing, tooth forms & comparisons, Systems of gear teeth, Length of path of contact, contact ratio, interference & under cutting in involute gear teeth, minimum number of teeth on gear and pinion to avoid interference, simple, compound, reverted and planetary gear trains, Sun and planet gear. UNIT V Gyroscopic Motion Principles, Gyroscopic torque, Effect of gyroscopic couple on the stability of aero planes & automobiles References Books: 1. Theory of Machines - Thomas Bevan 2. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms- Shigley 3. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms-Ghosh & Mallik 4. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms- Rao & Dukkipati 5. Theory of Machines-S.S. Rattan 6. Kinematics of Machines-Dr. Sadhu singh 7. Mechanics of Machines V. Ramamurti 8. Theory of Machines Khurmi & Gupta 9. Theory of Machines R. K. Bansal 10. Theory of Machines V. P. Singh 11. Theory of Machines Malhotra & Gupta

BIMEL-005: LAB-IX (Thermal Engineering-II)


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Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Property determination for fuels and lubrication oil. Study and performance testing of IC engines. Study and performance testing of air compressor. Emission measurements.

BIMEL-007: LAB -X (PRODCUTION TECHNOLOGY-I)


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Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Alteast 8 experiments out of the following: 1. Design of pattern for a desired casting (containing hole) 2. Pattern making 3. Making a mould (with core) and casting. 4. Sand testing (at least one such as grain fineness number determination) 5. Injection moulding with plastics 6. Forging hand forging processes 7. Forging - power hammer study & operation 8. Tube bending with the use of sand and on tube bending m/c. 9. Press work experiment such as blanking/piercing, washer, making etc. 10. Wire drawing/extrusion on soft material. 11. Rolling-experiment. 12. Bending & spring back. 13. Powder metallurgy experiment. 14. Jigs & Fixture experiment. 15. Any other suitable experiment on manufacturing science / process / technique

BIME-034: HEAT & MASS TRANSFER


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT-1 Introduction to Heat Transfer: Concepts of the mechanisms of heat flows; Conduction, convection and radiation; Effect of temperature on thermal conductivity of materials; Introduction to combined heat transfer mechanism. Conduction : One-dimensional general differential heat conduction equation in the rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems; Initial and boundary conditions. Steady State one-dimensional Heat conduction : Composite Systems in rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates with and without energy generation; Thermal resistance concept; Analogy between heat and electricity flow; Thermal contact resistance; Critical thickness of insulation. UNIT-2 Fins: Heat transfer from extended surfaces, Fins of uniform cross-sectional area; Errors of measurement of temperature in thermometer wells. Transient Conduction: Transient heat conduction; Lumped capacitance method; Time constant; Unsteady state heat conduction in one dimension only, Heisler charts. UNIT-3 Forced Convection: Basic concepts; Hydrodynamic boundary layer; Thermal boundary layer; Approximate integral boundary layer analysis; Analogy between momentum and heat transfer in turbulent flow over a flat surface; Mixed boundary layer; Flow over a flat plate; Flow across a single cylinder and a sphere; Flow inside ducts; Empirical heat transfer relations; Relation between fluid friction and heat transfer; Liquid metal heat transfer. Natural Convection : Physical mechanism of natural convection; Buoyant force; Empirical heat transfer relations for natural convection over vertical planes and cylinders, horizontal plates and cylinders, and sphere ; Combined free and forced convection. UNIT-4 Thermal Radiation : Basic radiation concepts; Radiation properties of surfaces; Black body radiation Plancks law, Weins displacement law, Stefan Boltzmann law, Kirchoffs law; ; Gray body; Shape factor; Black-body radiation; Radiation exchange between diffuse non black bodies in an enclosure; Radiation shields; Radiation combined with conduction and convection; Absorption and emission in gaseous medium; Solar radiation; Green house effect.

UNIT-5 Heat Exchanger : Types of heat exchangers; Fouling factors; Overall heat transfer coefficient; Logarithmic mean temperature difference (LMTD) method; Effectiveness-NTU method; Compact heat exchangers. Condensation And Boiling : Introduction to condensation phenomena; Heat transfer relations for laminar film condensation on vertical surfaces and on outside & inside of a horizontal tube; Effect of non-condensable gases; Dropwise condensation; Heat pipes; Boiling modes, pool boiling; Hysteresis in boiling curve; Forced convective boiling. Introduction To Mass Transfer : Introduction; Fick's law of diffusion; Steady state equimolar counter diffusion; Steady state diffusion though a stagnant gas film. Books: 1. Elements of Heat transfer by Bayazitouglu & Ozisik, McGraw-Hill Book Company. 2. Heat Transfer By J.P. Holman, McGraw-Hill International edition. 3. Schaum's outline of Heat Transfer by Pitts & Sisson McGraw-Hill International edition. 4. Principles of Heat Transfer by Frank Kreith, McGraw-Hill Book co. 5. Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer by James R.Welty; John Wiley & Sons (Pvt). Ltd. 6. Heat Transfer, by Vijay Gupta, New Age International (P) Ltd. Publishers 7. Heat Transfer, by Y.V.C. Rao, University Press. 8. Heat Transfer, by R. Yadav, Central Publishing House, Allahabad

BIME-011: MACHINE DESIGN-II


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UNIT I Spur Gears Tooth forms, System of gear teeth, contact ratio, Standard proportions of gear systems, Interference in involute gears, Backlash, Selection of gear materials, Gear manufacturing methods, Design considerations, Beam strength of gear tooth, Dynamic tooth load, Wear strength of gear tooth, Failure of gear tooth, Design of spur gears, AGMA and Indian standards. Helical Gears Terminology, Proportions for helical gears, Beam strength and wear strength of helical gears, herringbone gears, crossed helical gears, Design of helical gears Worm Gears Types of worms, Terminology, Gear tooth proportions, Efficiency of worm gears, Heat dissipation in worm gearing, Strength and wear tooth load for worm gears, Design of worm gearing UNIT II Sliding Contact Bearing Types, Selection of bearing, Plain journal bearing, Hydrodynamic lubrication, Properties and materials, Lubricants and lubrication, Hydrodynamic journal bearing, Heat generation, Design of journal bearing, Thrust bearing-pivot and collar bearing, Hydrodynamic thrust bearing, Rolling Contact Bearing Advantages and disadvantages, Types of ball bearing, Thrust ball bearing, Types of roller bearing, Selection of radial ball bearing, Bearing life, Selection of roller bearings, Dynamic equivalent load for roller contact bearing under constant and variable loading, Reliability of Bearing, Selection of rolling contact bearing, Lubrication of ball and roller bearing, Mounting of bearing UNIT III IC ENGINE PARTS Selection of type of IC engine, General design considerations, Design of Cylinder and cylinder head; Design of piston, piston ring and gudgeon pin; Design of connecting rod; Design of centre crankshaft

Books and References: 1. Mechanical Engineering Design Joseph E. Shigely, McGraw Hill Publications 2. Design of Machine Memebers-Alex Valance and VI Doughtie, McGraw Hill Co. 3. Machine design-M.F. Spott, Prentice Hall India 4. Machine Design-Maleev and Hartman, CBS 5. Machine design -Black & Adams, Mc Graw Hill 6. Machine Design-Sharma and Agrawal, S.K. Katara & Sons 7. Design of Machine Elements-V.B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill Co

BIME-012: Automobile Engineering


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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Unit I General classification of vehicles. Power unit. All components of power unit. Unit II Steering systems. Power steering. Wheel and suspension systems. Transmission system. Clutches, couplings, gear boxes and torque converters. Unit III Axles. Differentials. Mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic brakes. Power brakes. Four wheel drive. Unit IV Electrical systems. Construction, operation, and maintenance of batteries. Starter motors. Unit V Lighting and electrical accessories. Panel board instruments. Automobile air conditioning. Troubleshooting. References 1. Heitner, J. Automotive Mechanics Principle and Practice, 2nd ed., Affiliated East-West Press Ltd., 1974. 2. Newton, K., Steeds, W., and Garrett, T.K., The Motor Vehicle, Butterworths, 1989. 3. Kirpal Singh, Automotive Engineering, Vol. I & II, Standards Publishers, New Delhi, 2002.

BIME-013: Turbo machines


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Unit I Introduction. Classification. Dimensional analysis. Specific speed. Basic laws and equations. Unit II Hydraulic turbines. Pelton, Francis, and Kaplan turbines. Turbine efficiencies. Cavitation in turbines. Unit III Centrifugal pumps. Theory, components and characteristics. Cavitation. Axial flow pumps. Pump system matching. Unit IV Centrifugal and axial flow compressors. Slip, surging and chocking. Unit V Steam turbines. Basic cycle. Impulse and reaction turbines. Gas turbine. basic cycle and multi-staging. Power and efficiency calculations. References 1. Dixon, S.L., Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery, 5th ed., Butterworth- Heinemann, 2005. 2. Sayers, A.T., Hydraulic and Compressible Flow Turbomachines, CBLS, 2003. 3. Ganesan, v., Gas Turbines, 2nd ed., Tata McGraw-Hill, 2003.

BIME-014: Production Technology II

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Unit I Lathes. Capstan and ferret lathe. Drilling and boring machine. Classification. Principles of working components. Work holding and tool holding devices. Unit II Shaper, planner and slotter machines. Classification. Principles of working components. Work holding & tool holding devices. Unit III Milling. Hobbing. Broaching. Grinding machines. Classification. Principles of working components. Work holding & tool holding devices. Unit IV NC & CNC machine tools and manual part programming. Machining centre. Turning centre. NC part programming. Unit V Computer aided part programming. APP : Post processors. APT programming. Motion statements. Additional APT statements. References 1. Khanna,O.P., and Lal,M., " A Text Book of Production Technology" , Vol II , Dhanpat Rai & Sons. 2. Yoram Koren, " Computer Control of Manufactuting Systems " , McGraw Hill. 3. Choudhry, S.K.H., "S.K.H.,Elements of Work Shop Technology, VoL II", MPP. 1. 4. HMT , "Production Technology" , Tata McGraw Hill , 5. Kundra, T.K., Rao., P.N., and Tiwari,NLK.,, "Numerical Control and Computer Aided Manufacturing", Tata McGraw Hill.

BIMEL-008: LAB-XII (HEAT & MASS TRANSFER) Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit

Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Minimum 10 experiment of the following 1. Conduction - Composite wall experiment 2. Conduction - Composite cylinder experiment 3. Convection - Pool boiling experiment 4. Convection - Experiment on heat transfer from tube-natural convection. 5. Convection - Heat Pipe experiment. 6. Convection - Heat transfer through fin-natural convection . 7. Convection - Heat transfer through tube/fin-forced convection. 8. Any experiment on Stefan's Law, on radiation determination of emissivity, etc. 9. Any experiment on solar collector, etc. 10. Heat exchanger - Parallel flow experiment 11. Heat exchanger - Counter flow experiment 12. Any other suitable experiment on critical insulation thickness. 13. Conduction - Determination of thermal conductivity of fluids. 14. Conduction - Thermal Contact Resistance Effect.

BIMEL-009: LAB-XIII (Automobile Engineering)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Study of the following: 1. Engine Components. 2. Fuel Systems. 3. Ignition Systems. 4. Transmission Systems. 5. Steering Systems. 6. Suspension and Braking Systems. 7. Layout of Electrical Wiring. 8. Light and Heavy Vehicles.

BIMEL-010: LAB XIV (Production Technology-II)


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Marks External: 30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

List of Practical Each candidate is required to complete and submit the following: 1. Part A: One composite job consisting of machining of components covering operations on - Lathe, Drilling, Milling Machines and essentially consists of Thread Assembly. 2. Part B: Demonstration/Job on CNC machine which should consists of Step Turning and Taper Turning Operations. 3. Part C: One job on milling machine consisting of Gear Cutting Operations. Group of 4 to 6 Students are expected to perform any one of the following 1. Maintenance of subassembly of lathe machine includes assembly and disassembly, replacement, repair and lubrication etc. 2. Maintenance of subassembly of drilling machine includes assembly and disassembly, replacement, repair and lubrication etc. 3. Maintenance of subassembly of milling machine includes assembly and disassembly, replacement, repair and lubrication etc. 4. Maintenance of subassembly of grinding machine includes assembly and disassembly, replacement, repair and lubrication etc. List of Equipments: 1. Centre Lathe Machine 2. Drilling Machines 3. Milling Machine 4. Grinding Machine 5. Power Saw 6. One CNC Machine

BIME-015: REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING


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UNIT I: SECTION - I REFRIGERATION Introduction: Definition, history of refrigeration, standard rating of Refrigerating machines, C.O.P. of refrigerating machines, types of refrigerating machines, types of refrigeration, ice- refrigeration, Evaporative refrigeration, air compression refrigeration, vapours Compression refrigeration, steam ejector refrigeration. Absorption Refrigeration, vortex tube refrigeration and thermoelectric refrigeration. Principle of working of each type. Air compression refrigeration: Basic air compression cycle. Flow diagram its working and function of its main components. Carnot and Bell Coleman air refrigeration cycles, their representation, open and closed cycles-relative merits and demerits. Ai r cycle systems For aircraft and missiles, numerical examples. UNIT II: Vapour compression refrigeration: Theoretical vapour compression cycle, its working and representation on P-H, T-S and P-V diagrams. Coefficient of performance, practical vapours compression cycle, its main point of difference as compared to theoretical cycle, dry and wet compression, their relative merits and demerits, purpose of sub cooling of the high pressure liquid and superheating the low pressure vapour. Effect of suction and delivery pressures, volumetric efficiency, calculation of COP, Power etc. COP as heat pump, Components their types and relative merits. Advanced vapour comparison systems. Principle of working and relative merits. Single evaporator advanced cycle Of vapour compression ref refrigeration systems with simple numerical examples. UNIT III: Absorption Refrigeration System: Simple absorption systems, Practical system-its main points of difference and improvements. Principle of working and relative merits. Electrolux refrigerator applications. Steam Ejector Refrigeration: Principles of working, simple cycle of operation, descript ion and working of simple system. Relative merits and demerits, limitations, applications. Refrigerants: Requisites of an ideal refrigerant, properties of Commonly used refrigerants ammonia, Freon-12, Freon-22 etc. Alternate eco friendly refrigerant .Product ion of low Temperature (Cryogenics): Limitations of vapour compression system for the product ion of low temperature. Multi stage system, cascade system. Production of sol id CO2.Joule Thomson effect and liquidification of gases. Application of low temperature. Vortex Tube and Thermoelectric System: Principles of working vortex tube refrigeration, stage of Development, limitations and applications, principles of working of thermoelectric refrigeration system, limitations and applications. UNIT IV: AIR CONDITIONING Introduction: Definition, need for air-conditioning, modes of heat Rejection from human body and their relative importance on human Comfort under different weather conditions. Main duties of a Good air conditioning system, relative importance of each of these on human comfort and health. Psychometry: Definition, properties of air, vapour mixtures, definitions of psychometric properties, representation of Psychometric proper ties on chart, psychometric processes and their representation on psychometric chart for calculations. Various types of air conditioning systems, main features of each type of system, their field of applications and relative merits and demerits. Descript ion and principle of working of each of these systems.

UNIT V: Load calculations (comfort air conditioning): Sources of heat and moisture gains as applied to summer air conditioning. Their relative importance in various weather conditions and applications, consideration in designing a building to be air conditioned for minimizing the heat and moisture loss. Sensible heat factor. By pass Factor, room apparatus & coil apparatus, dew point, sources of Heat and moisture loss in winter air conditioning, their relative Importance. Methods of reducing winter air conditioning load. Industrial air conditioning: Purpose of industrial air conditioning, justification of industrial air conditioning, components of cooling loads for typical applications e.g. cold storage, considerations in designing of industrial air conditioning system, discussions of typical applications. Special features of air conditioning systems for Commercial and other similar buildings supermarkets, cinema halls, hospitals, of fiches, schools etc. Books and References: 1. Refrigeration and Air -conditioning by P.L. Balaney 2. Refrigeration and Air -conditioning by S. Domkundwar & C. Arora 3. Refrigeration and Air -conditioning by C.P. Arora

BIME-016: MECHATRONICS
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UNIT I: Introduction to Mechatronics and Instrumentation System Introduction to an interdisciplinary approach, Control Systems, open loop and closed loop control, Measurement Systems, Mechatronics systems, Evolution of Mechatronics, Architecture of Mechatronics, Sensors & Transducers, Performance terminology, various types of sensors and transducers, signal conditioning, data presentation. UNIT II: Actuation Pneumatic and Hydraulic actuators, Mechanical actuators, Electrical actuators. Design of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. UNIT III: Logic Building and Processing Logic Gates, combinational and sequential logic, fuzzy logic, Microprocessor, programmable logic controller. UNIT IV: Instrumentation reduction to Instruments: application of instrument Systems, functional elements of a measurement system, classification of instruments. Measurements, methods and application: Force, Torque and power, pressure, temperature etc. measurements. UNIT V: Non Destructive Testing Introduction to NDT, scope and advantage of NDT, Non destructive techniques: Ultrasonic Crack detect ion, Magnetic Particle for various materials, Eddy current, Dye Penetrant , radiography, acoustic emission. Books & Reference: 1. Mechatronics W. Bol ton 2. Instrumentation, Measurement & Analysis Nakra andChoudhary 3. Mechanical Measurements Beckwith & Beck 4. Mechanical Measurements Sirohi & Radhekrishnan 5. Non Destructive Examination K.G. Boving HandBook 6. Non-Destmetine Testing R. Halmshaw 7. Mechatronics HMT

BIME-017: Power Plant Engineering


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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Unit I Layout. Various components and functions of thermal power plants. Unit II Nuclear power plants and gas turbines. Unit III Hydro power plants. Unit IV Diesel power plants. Unit V Power plant economics and environmental hazards. References 1. Nag. P.K., Power Plant Engineering, 2nd ed., Tata McGraw-Hill, 2002. 2. Culp Jr., A.W., Principles of Energy Conversion, McGraw-Hill, 1985. 3. Domkundwar, S., Power Plant Engineering, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, 1988. 4. Wakil, M.M., Power Plant Technology, Tata McGraw-Hill, 1985.

BIMEL-011: LAB-XV (REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING)


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Marks External: 15+Internal:35 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name of Experiment One Ton Ice Manufacturing Plant. Performance Testing of Central Air Conditioning System. Determination of COP of One Ton Cold Storage Plant. To Study Hermetically Sealed Compressor for VCR s. Performance Testing of a Vapour Compression Refrigerator System. Performance Testing of a 35 Ltr. Dr inking Water Cooler. To Study the Different Control System for Vapour. Performance Testing of a 1.5 Tn Window Ai r Conditioning System. Performance Analysis of the Solar Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System. Performance Analysis of a Domestic Evaporative Cooler.

BIMEL-012: LAB XVI (MECHATRATRONICS)

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Name of Experiment 1. Study of Mechatronics training package along with the accessories available with the Lab. 2. Study of Mechatronics Products Floppy Disk Drive, Dot Ma t r ix Pr inter & CD player. 3. Control of AC Non Servo synchronous motor clockwise & anticlockwise in manual mode And through programming. 4. Control of s ingle acting cylinder and double acting cylinder by checking the r et r act position of the pi s ton and extend pos i t ion of the piston. 5. Control of carriage manually and through programming. 6. Control of Conveyor manually and through programming. 7. Control of X-Y position table manually and through programming. 8. Control of Rotary table using digital input s. 9. Determination of temperature of 1000W heating element with the help of disappearing element type optical pyrometer . 10. Measure the viscosity of a given fluid with the help of digital viscometer . 11. Measurement of table fan speed by stroboscope. 12. Study of cathode ray oscilloscope (C.R.O. )

BIME-018: COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT-I Introduction: Introduction to CAD/CAED/CAE, Elements of CAD, Essential requirements of CAD, Concepts of integrated CAD/CAM, Necessity & its importance, Engineering Applications Computer Graphics-I CAD/CAM systems, Graphics Input devicescursor control Devices, Digitizers, Keyboard terminals, Image scanner, Speech control devices and Touch, panels, Graphics display devices-Cathode Ray Tube, Random & Raster scan display, Colour CRT monitors, Direct View Storage Tubes, Flat Panel display, Hard copy printers and plotters UNIT-II Computer Graphics-II Graphics standards, Graphics Software, Software Configuration, Graphics Functions, Output primitives- Bresenhams line drawing algorithm and Bresenhams circle generating algorithm Geometric Transformations: World/device Coordinate Representation, Windowing and clipping, 2 D Geometric transformations-Translation, Scaling, Shearing, Rotation & Reflection Matrix representation, Composite transformation, 3 D transformations, multiple transformation UNIT-III Curves: Curves representation, Properties of curve design and representation, Interpolation vs approximation, Parametric representation of analytic curves, Parametric continuity conditions, Parametric representation of synthetic curves-Hermite cubic splines-Blending function formulation and its properties, Bezier curves-Blending function formulation and its properties, Composite Bezier curves, B-spline curves and its properties, Periodic and non-periodic B-spline curves UNIT-IV 3D Graphics: Polygon surfaces-Polygon mesh representations, Quadric and Superquadric surfaces and blobby objects; Solid modelingSolid entities, Fundamentals of Solid modeling-Set theory, regularized set operations; Half spaces, Boundary representation, Constructive solid geometry, Sweep representation, Color models Application commands for AutoCAD & ProE software

UNIT-V Numerical Methods: Introduction, Errors in numbers, Binary representation of numbers, Root findingBisection method, Newton Raphson method, Curve fitting-Least square method, Numerical differentiation-Newtons interpolation, Numerical Integration-Trapezoidal and Simpson method Finite Element Method: Introduction, Principles of Finite elements modeling, Stiffness matrix/displacement matrix, Stiffness matrix for spring system, bar & beam elements, bar elements in 2D space (truss element)

Reference Books: 1. Computer Graphics Hearn & Baker Prentice Hall of India 2. Computer Aided Engineering Design Anupam Saxena & B.Sahay , Anamaya Publishers 3. CAD/CAM HP Groover & EW Zimmers, Jr. Prentice Hall India Ltd. 4. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice Ibrahim Zeid & R Sivasubramaniam, McGraw Hill 5. Computer Aided Design RK Srivastava Umesh Publications 6. Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics, DF Rogers & JA Adams McGraw Hill 7. Finite Element Method SS Rao 8. FE Analysis Theory and Programming CS Krishnamoorthy Tata McGraw Hill 9. Numerical Method for Engg Computation MK Jain, SRK Iyenger & RK Jain Wiley Eastern Limited 10. Computer Oriented Numerical Methods V Rajaraman Prentice Hall of India

BIME-019: Metrology
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Unit I Standards. Errors in measurements. Calibration. Length measurements. Unit II Angle measurements. Limits and tolerances. Unit III Surface finish. Terminology and measurements. Optical measuring instruments. Unit IV Measurement of screw thread and gear elements. Acceptance test for machines. Unit V Statistical Quality Control. Control charts. Sampling plans. References 1. Gupta, I.e., Engineering Metrology, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, 2004. 2. Grant, E.L., Statistical Quality Control, McGraw-Hill, 2004.

BIME-020: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING


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UNIT I : Introduction to Industrial Engineering, Concept of Productivity, Work Study : Introduction and advantages of work study, work study procedure. Method Study : Introduction, objectives and scope of method study, method study procedure, various recording techniques : Different types of charts and diagrams, fundamental hand mot ion, Micromotion study, Cycle graph and crono cycle graph, principles of motion economy. UNIT II Work Measurement : Work measurement techniques, time study equipment , number of cycles to be timed, performance rating systems, allowances, computation of standard time, work sampling, synthetic data, predetermined mot ion time analysis. UNIT: III Ergonomics fundamentals applications of Ergonomics in layout of equipment, design of seating display, design characteristics of control, fatigue, physiological and other causes of fatigue, environmental condition of fatigue. UNIT: IV Inspect ion and quality Control : Objectives and functions of inspection, inspect ions standards, quality control factors, S.Q.C. fundamentals distributions, control charts for variables and attributes, acceptance sampling, single and double sampling plan. UNIT V: Product Design and Development : Effect of design on cost requirements of a good product design, factors affecting product design, product development , product life cycle, standardization, simplification and specialization. Value Analysis: Definition, VA & VE, Job plan of VA, FAST diagram. Books & Reference: 1. Mot ion and time study R.M. Barnes 2. Work Study ILO 3. Industrial Engineering and Management Martand Telsang 4. Statistical Quality Control E.L. Grant 5. Industrial Engineering and Management M M Mahajan 6. Industrial Engineering and Management O.P.Khanna

BIMEL-013: LAB-XVII (CAD)


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Marks External: 15+Internal:35 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

CAD Experiments 1. Line Drawing or Circle Drawing experiment: Writing and validation of computer program. 2. Geometric Transformation algorithm experiment for translation/rotation/scaling: Writing and validation of computer program. 3. Design of machine component or other system experiment: Writing and validation of computer program. 4. Understanding and use of any 3-D Modeling Software commands. 5. Pro/E/Idea etc. Experiment: Solid modeling of a machine component 6. Writing a small program for FEM for 2 spring system and validation of program or using a fem Package 7. Root findings or curve fitting experiment: Writing and validation of computer program. 8. Numerical differentiation or numerical integration experiment: Writing and validation of computer program.

BIMEL-014: LAB-XVIII (Metrology)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 15+Internal:35 Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Measurements on precision instruments. Sine bar. CMM - Universal measuring microscope. Profile projector. Electronic comparator. Optical flat, surface roughness. Gear tooth thickness. MAAG gear tester. Calibration of LVDT. Statistical Quality Control charts.

Elective- I,II(Seventh Semester) The students have to choose any two subjects from the following:

BIMEE-001: UNCONVENTIONAL MANUFACTURING PROCESSES


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Unit-I Introduction: Limitations of conventional manufacturing processes, need of unconventional manufacturing processes & its classification and its future possibilities. Unit-II Unconventional Machining Process: Principle and working and applications of unconventional machining process such as Electro-Discharge machining, Electrochemical machining, ultrasonic machining, Abrasive jet machining etc. Unit-III Unconventional Machining Process (continued) :Principle and working and application of unconventional machining processes such as Laser beam machining, Electron beam machining, Ultrasonic machining etc. (these can also be used for welding). Unit-IV Unconventional welding processes: Explosive welding, Cladding etc. Under water welding, Metalizing, Plasma are welding/cutting etc. Unit-V Unconventional Forming processes: Principle, working and applications of High energy forming processes such as Explosive Forming, Electromagnetic forming, Electro- Discharge forming, water hammer forming, explosive compaction etc. Electronic-device Manufacturing: Brief description of Diffusion and Photo- Lithography process for electronic-device manufacturing. Books 1. Modern Machining Processes P.C. Pandey 2. Unconventional Machining V.K. Jain

BIMEE-002: PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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Unit-I: Introduction to Product Design Introduction to PDD, Applications, Relevance, Product Definition, Scope, Terminology. Design definitions, the role and nature of design, old and new design methods, Design by evolution. Examples such evolution of bicycle, safety razor etc. Need based development, technology based developments. Physical reliability & Economic feasibility of design concepts. UNIT II: Morphology of Design Divergent, transformation and convergent phases of product design. Identification of need, Analysis of need. Design for what? Design criteria, functional aspects. Aesthetics, ergonomics, form (structure). Shape, size, color. Mental blocks, Removal of blocks, Ideation Techniques. Creativity, Checklist. UNIT III: Transformations Brainstorming & Synectics. Morphological techniques. Utility concept, Utility value, Utility index. Decision making under multiple criteria. Economic aspects of design. Fixed and variable costs. Break-even analysis. UNIT IV: Reliability Reliability considerations, Bath tub curve, Reliability of systems in series and parallel. Failure rate, MTTF and MTBF. Optimum spares from reliability consideration. Design of displays and controls, Man-Machine interface, Compatibility of displays and controls. Ergonomic aspects. Anthropometric data and its importance in design. Applications of Computers in product design. UNIT IV: Product Appraisal Information and literature search, patents, standards and codes. Environment and safety considerations. Existing techniques such as work-study, SQC etc. which could be used to improve method & quality of product. Innovation versus Invention. Technological Forecasting. Recommended Books: 1. Product Design & Manufacturing - A.K.Chitab & R.C.Gupta, PHI (EEE). 2. The Technology of Creation Thinking - R.P. Crewford Prentice Hall 3. The Art of Thought Grohem Walls Bruce & Co., New York 4. Product Design & Decision Theory - M.K. Starr - Prentice Hall 5. Engg . Product Design -C .D. Cain, Bussiness Books. 6. Industrial design for Engineers W .H. Mayall, Itiffe. Design Methods seeds of human futures J. Christopher Jones, John Wiley & Sons. 7. Human Factor Engg. Mccormick E.J., Mc GrawHill. 8. Engineering: An Introduction to Creative profession G.C. Beakley Hw leach, Macmillan. 9. Industrial Design In Engineering A marriage of Techniques Charles H . Flurscheim, The Design Council - London. 10. Quality Control & Reliability Analysis Bijendra Singh, Khanna Publications.

BIMEE-003:NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY RESOURCES


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Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

UNIT-1 Energy resources and their utilization: Indian and global energy sources, Energy exploited, Energy planning, Energy parameters (energy intensity, energy-GDP elasticity), Introduction to various sources of energy, Solar thermal, Photovoltaic, Water power, Wind energy, Biomass, Ocean thermal, Tidal and wave energy, Geothermal energy, Hydrogen energy systems, Fuel cells, Decentralized and dispersed generation. Solar radiations: Extra terrestrial radiation, Spectral distribution, Solar constant, Solar radiations on earth, Measurement of solar radiations, Solar radiation geometry, Flux on a plane surface, Latitude, Declination angle, Surface azimuth angle, Hour angle, Zenith angle, Solar altitude angle expression for angle between incident beam and the normal to a plane surface (no derivation), Local apparent time, Apparent motion of sun, Day length, Solar radiation data for India. UNIT-2 Solar energy: Solar thermal power and it's conversion, Solar collectors, Flat plate, Performance analysis of flat plate collector, Solar concentrating collectors, Types of concentrating collectors, Thermodynamic limits to concentration, Cylindrical collectors, Thermal analysis of solar collectors, Tracking CPC and solar swing . Solar thermal energy storage, Different systems, Solar pond. Applications, Water heating, Space heating & cooling, Solar distillation, solar pumping, solar cooking, Greenhouses, Solar power plants. Solar photovoltaic system: Photovoltaic effect, Efficiency of solar cells, Semiconductor materials for solar cells, Solar photovoltaic system, Standards of solar photovoltaic system, Applications of PV system, PV hybrid system. UNIT-3 Biogas: Photosynthesis, Bio gas production Aerobic and anaerobic bio-conversion process, Raw materials, Properties of bio gas, Producer gas, Transportation of bio gas, bio gas plant technology & status, Community biogas plants, Problems involved in bio gas production, Bio gas applications, Biomass conversion techniques, Biomass gasification, Energy recovery from urban waste, Power generation from liquid waste, Biomass cogeneration, Energy plantation, Fuel properties, Biomass resource development in India. Wind energy: Properties of wind, Availability of wind energy in India, wind velocity, Wind machine fundamentals, Types of wind machines and their characteristics, Horizontal and Vertical axis wind mills, Elementary design principles, Coefficient of performance of a wind mill rotor, Aerodynamic considerations in wind mill design, Selection of a wind mill, Wind energy farms, Economic issues, Recent development. UNIT-4 Electrochemical effects and fuel cells: Principle of operation of an acidic fuel cell, Reusable cells, Ideal fuel cells, Other types of fuel cells, Comparison between acidic and alkaline hydrogen-oxygen fuel cells, Efficiency and EMF of fuel cells, Operating characteristics of fuel cells, Advantages of fuel cell power plants, Future potential of fuel cells . Tidal power: Tides and waves as sources of energy, Fundamentals of tidal power, Use of tidal energy Limitations of tidal energy conversion systems. Hydrogen Energy: Properties of hydrogen in respect of it's use as source of renewable energy, Sources of hydrogen, Production of hydrogen, Storage and transportation, Problems with hydrogen as fuel, Development of hydrogen cartridge, Economics of hydrogen fuel and its use. UNIT-5 Thermoelectric systems: Kelvin relations, power generation, Properties of thermoelectric materials, Fusion Plasma generators.

Geothermal energy: Structure of earths interior, Geothermal sites, earthquakes & volcanoes, Geothermal resources, Hot springs, Steam ejection, Principal of working, Types of geothermal station with schematic representation, Site selection for geothermal power plants. Advanced concepts, Problems associated with geothermal conversion. Ocean energy; Principle of ocean thermal energy conversion, Wave energy conversion machines, Power plants based on ocean energy, Problems associated with ocean thermal energy conversion systems, Thermoelectric OTEC, Developments of OTEC, Economics . Impact of renewable energy generation on environment, Kyoto Protocol, Cost of electricity production from different energy sources, Energy options for Indian economy. Books / Reference: Bansal Keemann, Meliss," Renewable energy sources and conversion technology", Tata Mc Graw Hill. Kothari D.P., Renewable energy resources and emerging technologies, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. Rai G.D, "Non-Conventional energy Sources", Khanna Publishers. Ashok V. Desai, "Nonconventional Energy", New Age International Publishers Ltd.

BIMEE-004: OPTIMISATION TECHNIQUES IN ENGINEERING


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Unit-I Unconstrained Optimization: Optimizing Single-Variable Functions, conditions for Local Minimum and Maximum, Optimizing Multi-Variable Functions. Unit-II Constrained Optimization: Optimizing Multivariable Functions with Equality Constraint: Direct Search Method, Lagrange Multipliers Method, Constrained Multivariable Optimization with inequality constrained: Kuhn-Tucker Necessary conditions, Kuhn Tucker Sufficient Conditions . Unit-III Optimization: Quasi-Newton Methods and line search, least squares optimization, Gauss-Newton, Levenberg- Marquartd, Extensions of LP to Mixed Integer Linear Programming (MILP), Non-Liner Programming, The Newton Algorithm, Non-Linear Least Squares, Sequential Quadratics Programming (SQP), Constrained Optimization, SQP Implementation, Multi-Objective Optimization, Branch and Bound Approaches, Genetic Algorithms and Genetic Programming, Singular Based Optimization, On-Line Real-Time Optimization, Optimization in Econometrics Approaches Blue. Unit-IV Optimization and Functions of a Complex Variable and Numerical Analysis: The Finite Difference Method for Poissons Equation in two Dimensions and for the Transient Heat Equation, Eulers Method, The Modified Euler Method and the Runga-Kutta Method for Ordinary Differential Equations, Gaussian Quardative Tranzoidal Rule and Simpsons 1/3 and 3/8 Rules, the Newton Raphson in one and two Dimensions, Jacobis Iteration Method. Unit-V Optimization in Operation Research: Dynamic Programming, Transportation Linear Optimization Simplex and Hitchcock Algorithms, Algorithms, Minimax and Maximum Algorithm, Discrete Simulation, Integer Programming Cutting Plane Methods, Separable Programming, Stochastic Programming, Goal Programming, Integer Linear Programming, Pure and Mixed Strategy in theory of Games, Transshipment Problems, Heuristic Methods. Books. 1. Winston W L: Operations Research: Applications and Algorithms 2. Rao S.S., Optimization: Theory and Applications. 3. Walsh G R: M methods of Optimization. 4. Williams H.P.: Model Building in Mathematics Programming. 5. Williams H.P.: Model Solving in Mathematics Programming 6. G.L. Nemhauser and L.A. Wolsey: Intger and Combinational Optimization. 7. R.G. Parker and R.L. Rardin:Discrete Optimization.

BIMEE-005: EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT I Elementary Elasticity: Stress: Introduction, Stress Equations of Equilibrium, Laws of Stress Transformations, principal Stresses, TwoDimensional State of Stress, Stresses Relative to Principal Coordinate System, Special States of Stress. Strain: Introduction, Displacement and Strain, Strain Transformation Equation, Principal Strains, Compatibility, Volume Dilation, Stress Strain Relations, Strain Transformation Equations and Stress Strain Relations for Two-Dimensional State of Stress. UNIT II Strain Measurements: Introduction, Properties of Strain Gage Systems, Types of Strain Gages, Grid- Method of Strain Analysis. Brittle Coating Method: Coating Stresses, Failure Theories, Brittle Coating Crack Patterns, Resin and Ceramic Based Brittle Coating, Test Procedure, Analysis of Brittle Coating Data. UNIT III Electrical Resistance Strain Gages: Introduction, Strain Sensitivity in Alloys, Strain Gage Adhesives, Gage Sensitivity and Gage Factor. Strain Gage Circuit: Potentiometer and its Application, Wheat-Stone Bridge, Bridge Sensitivity, Null Balance Bridges. Analysis of Strain Gage Data: Three Element Rectangular Rosette, Delta Rosette, Stress Gage, Plane Shear-Gage. UNIT IV Theory of Photoelasticity: Introduction, Temporary Double Refraction, Stress Optic Law, Relative Retardation, Stressed Model in Plane Polariscope, Effect of Principal Directions, Effect of Principal Stress Difference, Stressed Model in Circular Polariscope, Light and Dark Field arrangements, Tardy Compensation, Fringe Sharpening and Multiplication by Partial Mirrors. UNIT V Two Dimensional Photoelasticity : Introduction, Isochromatic Fringe Patterns, Isoclinic Fringe Patterns, Compensation Techniques, Calibration Methods, Separation Methods, Shear Difference Method, Electrical Analogy Method, Oblique Incidence Method, Materials for Two-Dimensional Photoelasticity. Text Books: 1. Experiment Stress Analysis by James W. Dally and William F. Riley, International Student Edition, McGraw-Hill Book Company. 2. Experiment Stress Analysis by Dr. Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishers. Applicable only to those institutes which have the facility for Stress Analysis Lab

BIMEE-006: TRIBOLOGY
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Unit-I: Introduction to Tribology Definition, Scope, Applications, Friction, Definition, Scope, Laws of friction. Friction theories. Surface contaminants, Effect of sliding speed on friction. Unit-I: Wear Definition, Scope, wear of metals, Types, Classification. Mechanism of wear, Quantitative laws. Hypothesis of Holm. Hypothesis of Burwell and Strang. Hypothesis of Archard, Rawe, Rabinowicz. Quantitative law for Abrasive wear, Bayerku surface fatigue theory. Delamination theory & Fatigue theory of wear, wear resistant materials. Introduction to wear of Polymers and Ceramics. Wear reduction by Surface Improvements, Pitting, Erosion & Stress Corrosion. Unit-III: Surface Interactions Elastic & Plastic deformation of surfaces. Contact of Solids, Contact of Ideally Smooth Surfaces. Distribution of Pressure over elastic contact of two curvilinear bodies. Formulae for calculation of contact area. Physico-Mechanical properties of surface layers, Characteristics of Surface Geometry. Classes of surface roughness. Contact of rough surfaces. Interaction of surface peaks. Real and contour area of contact. Unit-IV: Lubrication Definition & Scope. Generalized Reynolds equation. Flow and shear stress, energy equation. Mechanism of pressure development in bearings. Concept of Boundry Layer. Unit-IV: Bearing design considerations & characteristics Bearing design procedure & steps. Plain slider bearing. Step (Rayleigh step) bearing. Infinitely long journal bearing. Infinitely short journal bearing. Future scope and applications. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Introduction to Tribology of bearings by - B. C. Majumdar., S Chand & Co. 2. Hand Book of Tribology -- WHILEY 3. Fundamentals of Fluid film lubrication by Bernard Hamrock, Mc Graw Hill International Edition. 4. Tribology in Industries by Sushil. K. Srivastava, S Chand & Publications. 5. Basic Lubrication theory by Alastair Cameron.

BIMEE-007: ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MACHINE

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UNIT I Dynamic Analysis of Mechanisms and Machines: Introduction, Motion of Rigid Body under a System of Forces, Principle of Virtual Work, DAlemberts Principle and Dynamic Equilibrium, Dynamic Force Analysis, Stresses in Moving Members, Motion Analysis, Equivalent Force and Mass Method. UNIT II Dynamics of Direct Acting Engine Mechanisms: Introduction, Piston Motion, Turning Moment on Crank-Shaft, Dynamically Equivalent Link, Approximate Expression for Turning Moment, Correction to the Approximate Expression, Turning Moment Diagram, Fluctuation of Crank-Shaft Speed, Flywheel Analysis. UNIT III Balancing of Inertia Force and Moments in Machines: Introduction, Balancing of Rotating Masses, Two-Plane Balancing, Determination of Balancing Masses, Balancing of Internal Combustion Engines UNIT IV Gyroscopic action in Machines: Introduction, Motion of a Rigid Body in Three- Dimensions, Principal Axes, Angular Velocity and Momentum about Principal Axes, Eulers Equation of Motion, Eulers Modified Equation, Simple Precession of a Symmetrical Gyroscope in Angular Precession, Gyroscopic Effects in Machines, Gyroscopic Stabilization. UNIT V Dynamics of Rotating Shafts: Introduction, Critical Speed, Shaft with an Unbalanced Disc at Mid-Span, Generalized Forces, Lagranges Equation of Motion, Gyroscopic Effect on Critical Speed. Text Book: 1. Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by Amitabh Ghosh and Ashok Kumar Malik, Affiliated East- West Press Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi. 2. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms by Joseph Edward Shigley and John Joseph Uicker, J.R. International Student Edition, Mc-Graw Hill International Company.

BIMEE-008: MECHANICAL VIBRATION


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UNIT - I Introduction Periodic motion, harmonic motion, superposition of simple harmonic motions, beats, Fourier analysis Single Degree Freedom System Free vibration, Natural frequency, Equivalent systems, Energy method for determining natural frequency, response to an initial disturbance, Torsional vibrations, Damped vibrations, Vibrations of systems with viscous damping, Logarithmic decrement UNIT - II Single Degree Freedom: Forced Vibration Forced vibration, Harmonic excitation with viscous damping, steady state vibrations, Forced vibrations with rotating and reciprocating unbalance, Support excitation, Vibration isolation, Transmissibility, Vibration measuring instruments, Displacement, velocity and acceleration measuring instruments UNIT- III Two Degree Freedom systems Introduction, Principal modes, Double pendulum, Torsional system with damping, coupled system, undamped dynamic vibration absorbers, Centrifugal pendulum absorbers, Dry friction damper UNIT- IV Multi Degree Freedom system: Exact Analysis Undamped free and forced vibrations of multi-degree freedom systems, influence number, Reciprocal theorem, Torsional vibration of multi-degree rotor system, Vibration of gear system, Principal coordinates, Continuous systems- Longitudinal vibrations of bars, Torsional vibrations of circular shafts UNIT- V Multi Degree Freedom system: Numerical Analysis Rayleighs, Dunkerelys, Holzers ad Stodola methods, Rayleigh-Ritz method CRITICAL SPEED OF SHAFTS Shaft with one disc with and without damping, Multi-disc shafts, Secondary critical Speed Books and References: 1. Mechanical Vibrations P. Srinivasan, TMH 2. Mechanical Vibrations G. K. Grover, Jain Brothers, Roorkee 3. Mechanical Vibrations W. T. Thomson 4. Mechanical Vibrations JS Rao & K Gupta, New Age 5. Mechanical Vibrations Tse, Morse & Hinkle 6. Mechanical Vibrations V. Rama Murthy, Narosa Publications

BIMEE-009: COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAM)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT-I Automation Introduction to CAM; Automated Manufacturing system; Need of automation, Basic elements of automation, Levels of automation, Automation Strategies, Advantages & disadvantages of automation, Historical development and future trends. Features of NC MachinesFundamental of Numerical Control, elements of NC machine tools, classification of NC machine tools, Advantages, suitability and limitations of NC machine tools, Application of NC system, Methods for improving Accuracy considering the factors such as tool deflection and chatter and Productivity UNIT-II NC Part Programming(a) Manual (word address format) programming. Examples Drilling, Turning and Milling; Canned cycles, Subroutine, and Macro. (b) APT programming. Geometry, Motion and Additional statements, Macro- statement. UNIT-III System Devices Introduction to DC motors, stepping motors, feed back devices such as encoder, counting devices, digital to analog converter and vice versa. Interpolators Digital differential Integrator-Principle of operation, exponential decelarion; DDA Hardware Interpolator- Linear, Circular; DDA Software Interpolator. Control of NC Systems Open and closed loops. Control of point to point systems- Incremental open loop control, Incremental close loop, Absolute close loop; Control loop in contouring systems; Adaptive control. UNIT-IV Computer Integrated Manufacturing system Group Technology, Flexible Manufacturing System, CIM, CAD/CAM, Computer aided process planning-Retrieval and Generative, Concept of Mechatronics, Computer aided Inspection. UNIT-V Robotics Types and generations of Robots, Structure and operation of Robot, Robot applications. Economics, Robot programming methods. VAL and AML with examples. Intelligent Manufacturing Introduction to Artificial Intelligence for Intelligent manufacturing. Books/References1. Automation, Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing by Mikell P. Groover 2. Computer Aided Manufacturing by Kundra and Rao 3. Computer control of Manufacturing systems by Koren 4. NC Machine Tools by S.J. Martin. 5. NC Machines by Koren 6. CAD/CAM by Groover.

BIMEE-010: MECHANICAL SYSTEM DESIGN


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT-I Engineering process and System Approach Basic concepts of systems, Attributes characterizing a system, system types, Application of system concepts in Engineering, Advantages of system approach, Problems concerning systems, Concurrent engineering, A case studyViscous lubrication system in wire drawing Problem Formulation Nature of engineering problems, Need statement, hierarchical nature of systems, hierarchical nature of problem environment, problem scope and constraint, A case study: heating duct insulation system, high speed belt drive system UNIT-II System Theories System Analysis, Black box approach, state theory approach, component integration approach, Decision process approach, A case study- automobile instrumentation panel system System modeling Need of modeling, Model types and purpose, linear systems, mathematical modeling, concepts, A case study compound bar system UNIT-III Graph Modeling and Analysis Graph Modeling and analysis process, path problem, Network flow problem, A case study: Material handling system Optimization Concepts Optimization processes, Selection of goals and objectives-criteria, methods of optimization, analytical, combinational, subjective. A case study: aluminium extrusion system. UNIT-IV System Evaluation Feasibility assessment, planning horizon, time value of money, Financial analysis, A case study: Manufacture of maize starch system Calculus Method for Optimization Model with one decision variable, model with two decision variables, model with equality constraints, model with inequality constraints, A case study: Optimization of an insulation system. UNIT-V Decision Analysis Elements of a decision problem, decision making, under certainty, uncertainty risk and conflict probability, density function, Expected monetary value, Utility value, Bayes theorem, A case study: Installation of machinery System Simulation Simulation concepts, simulation models, computer application in simulation, spread sheet simulation, Simulation process, problem definition, input model construction and solution, limitation of simulation approach, A case study: Inventory control in production plant Books/References1. Design and Planning of Engineering systems-DD Reredith, KV Wong, RW Woodhead, and RR Worthman, Prentice Hall Inc., Eaglewood Cliffs, New Jerse 2. Design Engineering-JR Dixon, TMH, New Delhi 3. An Introduction to Engineering Design Method-V Gupta and PN Murthy, TMH, New Delhi

4. Engineering Design-Robert Matousck, Blackie and son ltd. Glasgow 5. Optimization Techniques-SS Rao 6. System Analysis and Project Management-Devid I Cleland, William R King, McGraw Hill.

BIMEE-011:NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
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Unit-1: Introduction Scope and advantages of NDT. Comparison of NDT with DT. Some common NDT methods used since ages, Terminology. Flaws and Defects, Visual inspection, Equipment used for visual inspection. Ringing test chalk test (oil whitening test). Attractive uses of above tests in detecting surface cracks, bond strength & surface defects. Unit-2: Common NDT methods Die penetrate test (liquid penetrate inspection), Principle, scope. Equipment & techniques, Tests stations, Advantages, types of penetrant and developers. Illustrative examples Heavy castings of large size, frame of jet engine, porosity testing of nickel alloys, leak testing. Zyglo test Magnetic particle Inspection Scope , principle, Ferro Magnetic and Non-ferro magnetic materials, equipment & testing. Advantages, limitations Interpretation of results. DC & AC magnetization, Skin Effect, use of dye & wet powders for magna glow testing, different methods to generate magnetic fields, Applications. Unit-3: Radiographic methods X-ray radiography principle, equipment & methodology. Applicability, types of radiations, limitations. Interpretation of Radiographs, limitations of -ray radiography principle, equipment. Attenuation of electro magnetic radiations, source of radioactive materials & technique. Photo electric effect, Rayleighs scattering (coherent scattering), Comptons scattering (Incoherent scattering). Pair production, Beam geometry, Scattering factor. Advantages of -ray radiography over X-ray radiography Precautions against radiation hazards. Case Study X-ray of human body. Unit-4: Ultrasonic testing methods Introduction, Principle of operation, Piezoelectricity. Ultrasonic probes, CRO techniques, advantages, Limitation & typical applications. Applications in inspection of castings, forgings, Extruded steel parts, bars, pipes, rails and dimensions measurements. Case Study Ultrasonography of human body. Unit-5: Eddy Current Inspection Principle, Methods, Advantages, Scope and limitations. Types of Probes. Case Studies. Suggested References: (1) ASM Handbook Vol. 11, 8th Edition Non-destructive Testing & Evaluation (2) Research Techniques in NDT Vol.3, R.S. Shah, Academic (3) Industrial Quality Control, Webstar (4) Bray, Don E. and Stanley, Roderic K., Nondestructive Evaluation: A Tool in Design, Manufacturing, and Service. Revised Edition 1997, CRC Press New York.

BIMEE-012: PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT


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Unit I Managing Operations Operations Management Function, Evolution, Definition, Systems view of P&OM; Operations Strategies for Competitive Advantage; Unit II Planning (Designing) the conversion System Designing Products, Services and Processes; Operations Capacity; Locating Production and Service facilities; Layout Planning. Unit-III Organizing the conversion System Job design, Production and Operations standards, and work measurement; Project Management. Unit-IV Scheduling Production and Service System Scheduling systems, Aggregate Planning for Production and service system; Operations Scheduling. Unit-V Material Requirements Planning Planning for needs, applying MRP, Detailed capacity planning, MRP II. Managing for World class Competition World class Manufacturing practices; Managing for Quality; Conversion Process in change.

SUGGESTED READINGS 1) Adam Jr Everett E. R J Production and Operations Management (Prentice-Hall, 2000, 5th Edition) 2) Russell & Taylor III Operations Management (Pearson, 4th Edition) 3) Hill T- Operations Management (Palgrave, 2000) 4) McGregor D Operations Management (McGraw-Hill, 1960) 5) Morton - Production and Operations Management (Vikas) 6) Gaither & Frazier - Operations Management(Cengage Learning, 9th edition)

Elective- III,IV(Eighth Semester) The students have to choose any two subjects from the following:

BIMEE-013: Finite Element Method:


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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Introduction, Principles of Finite elements modeling, Stiffness matrix/displacement matrix, Stiffness matrix for spring system, bar & beam elements, bar elements in 2D space (truss element) Books & References: 1. Computer Graphics Hearn & Baker Prentice Hall of India 2. Computer Aided Engineering Design Anupam Saxena & B.Sahay Anamaya Publishers 3. CAD/CAM HP Groover & EWZimmers, Jr. Prentice Hall India Ltd. 4. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice Ibrahim Zeid & R Sivasubramaniam McGraw Hill 5. Computer Aided Design RK Srivastava Umesh Publications 6. Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics DF Rogers & JA Adams McGraw Hill 7. Finite Element Method SS Rao 8. FE Analysis Theory and Programming CS Krishnamoorthy Tata McGraw Hill 9. Numerical Method for Engg Computation MK Jain, SRK Iyenger & RK Jain Wiley Eastern Limited 10. Computer Oriented Numerical Methods V Rajaraman Prentice Hall of India

BIMEE-014: SAFETY ENGINEERING


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT-I Training for Safety: Industrial training, training in workshop and laboratories, schools, colleges and universities, communicating the safety message. UNIT-II Safe Practices in Industry and Chemical Handling: Commercial vehicles, compressed air, entry into confined spaces, fire control manual , automatic, static electricity, grinding operations, ionizing, radiation, mechanical safety and electrical control , gear manual handling, mechanical handling, running pipes, steam boilers and pressure vessels welding operations. UNIT-III Provisions for safe working: Commercial occupations, construction industry, port transport industry, getting standards for safe equipment , working with machinery. Creating a safe environment , ergonomics as an aid to safety. Lighting for safety. Noise control .Safety colors, signs and codes. UNIT-IV Personal Protect ion and welfare: Medical services, first aid and causality treatment , eye protect ion, personal equipment and protect ion, respiratory equipment , skin care. UNIT-V Some view on Safety: The role of factory inspectorate, safety organization in the works, trade unions and safety, legal aspects of industrial safety, the cost of industrial injuries. Books and References: 1. Safety Management John V. Grimaldi & Rol l in H. 2. Industrial Safety Hand Book William Handley (Mc. Graw Hill ) 3. Safety Security & Risk Management V.K. Singh (AIPH

BIMEE-015: INDUSTRIAL MEASUREMENT & QUALITY CONTROL


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UNIT-I Stress-strain measurement and strain gauges: Introduction, mechanical strain gauge, optical strain gauge, stress measurement by photo elastic, instruction for strain gauge stress-strain relationship. UNIT-II Measurement of vibration: Common causes of vibration, diagnosis and remedial measurement methods for vibration measurements, vibrations, vibration amplifier for permanent monitoring. UNIT-III Speed measurement : Mechanical tachometer , electric tachometer , different types of techometer , pneumatic types speed transmitting elements. Temperature Measurement : Technical temperature measurement ,method for measuring temperature, radiation properties, optical properties, electrical properties, thermocouples, thermistors. UNIT-IV Analysis: Spectroscopic analysis, absorption spectrometer, gas analysis, chromatography, infrared gas analyser. Level Measurement : Direct and indirect methods, electrical conductivity method, robotics method, sol id level detector, level measurement by capacitance prols. UNIT-V Fundamentals of industrial measurement : Basic principles of measurement , basic characteristics and dynamics of measuring instruments. Transducers and serving elements: Classification capability of transducers, digital transducer, hydro pneumatic sensor, thickness sensor, mechano-electrical transformation. Books and References: 1. Industrial Instrumentation D.P. Eckman 2. Mechanical Measurements Backwith and Buck 3. Instrumentation Measurements and Analysis Nakre &Chaudhary

BIMEE-016: ROBOTICS
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UNIT I: Introduction: Robot, classification of robot, characteristics of robot, Performance, advantages and disadvantages of robot, application of robot. UNIT II: Fundamentals of robot: Various system, structure and definition, terms relating to type of industrial robots, basic term relating to robot performance and characteristics UNIT III: Controlling the robot systems: Introduction to drives, mechanical , hydraulic, pneumatic drives, electric drive, feed back control UNIT IV: Sensing System: Introduction, types of sensor, machine vision, artificial intelligence, control techniques, robot language features. UNIT V: Robot safety: Introduction, potential safety hazards, safety planning Check list, safety guide lines, and latest development in safety measurement. References: 1.) John J. Craig, Introduction to robotics: mechanics and control ,Perason ed. 2.) Y. Koren , Robotics for Engineers, McGraw Hill .

BIMEE-017: NUCLEAR POWER ENGINEERING


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UNIT I : Atomic structure, properties of sub-atomic particles, isotopes, radiation quanta, mass-energy equivalence, radio-active decay, nuclear react ions, artificial radioactivity, nuclear equations, nuclear fission, the mononuclear fission, particle acceleration. UNIT II: Neutron Physics: Fission process and reactor behaviour, reactor Classification, fast and brederreactors, thermal reactors, critical size, effect of delayed neutrons, reactor control. UNIT III: Construction and design of nuclear reactors, materials fuels, moderator, coolant, stainless steels and special metals. UNIT IV: Generation and transfer of heat. Comparison of cooling methods, electromagnetic pumps, liquid metal techniques, radiation detectors, shielding. UNIT V: Handling of fuel elements and fission products, disposal of radioactive wastes, radiation hazard and health physics, useful by products their separation and use of nuclear power economics, comparison with conventional methods. Books and References: 1. Power plant Engineering Domkundwar 2. Power plant Engineering G.D. Rai

BIMEE-018: INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS


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Unit-I
1. Introduction: Importance applications and principles of occupational ergonomics. 2. Physiological Principles: Muscular work, Nervous control of movements, Improving working efficiency. Optimal use of muscle strength. /Guidelines for work layout. 3. Skilled work: Acquiring skill, control of skilled movements. Design of tools and equipments for skilled work.

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4. Heavy work: Energy consumption, Efficiency, Heart rate as a measure of workload. 5. Work-station Design: Anthropometric data, Reach and clearance dimensions. Percentiles to be accommodated.

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6. Working Heights: Comfortable working postures. Room to grasp or move things, and operate controls. Sedentary work. Its advantages, disadvantages and limitation. Sedentary workplace design. Design of VDT workstations, Design of Key board. 7.Handling Lads: The Human spine, back troubles associated with industrial work, Intervertebral disc, disc pressure, slip of disc, Bio-mechanical models of lower back. Recommendations for handling loads. 8.Man-Machine System: Display equipment, Controls, Relation between control and display instruments, Mental activity, Fatigue, Occupational stress, Job design in monotonous task.

Unit-IV
9.Human Visual System: Accommodation, Aperture of the pupil, Adaptation of reline, eye movements Visual capacity, Visual strain, Physiology of reading. 10.Ergonomic Principles of Lighting: Light sources, measurement, physiological requirements of artificial lighting, arrangement of light. Light for fine work and for VDT offices.

Unit-V
11.Noise and Violation: Sound perception, Noise load, damage to hearing, physiological and psychological effects of noise. Protection against noise, Vibrations and their effect on performance. 12.Working Environment: Thermo-regulation in human body, comfort indoors, Air quality and its dryness, Air pollution and ventilation. Heat in industry Recommendations for comfort indoors. Daylight, colours and music for pleasant work environment.

Books
1. Fitting the task to the Man, E. Gandjean, Taylor and Francis. 2. A guide to Ergonomics of Manufacturing, Helander, M., East-West Press. 3. Human Factor in Engineering and Design, Sanders, M.S., and Mc Cormik, E.J., Mc Graw.Hill

BIMEE-019: TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM)


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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Unit-I Quality Concepts Evolution of Quality control, concept change, TQM Modern concept, Quality concept in design, Review off design, Evolution of proto type. Control on Purchased Product Procurement of various products, evaluation of supplies, capacity verification, Development of sources, procurement procedure. Manufacturing Quality Methods and Techniques for manufacture, Inspection and control of product, Quality in sales and services, Guarantee, analysis of claims. Unit-II Quality Management Organization structure and design, Quality function, decentralization, Designing and fitting organization for different types products and company, Economics of quality value and contribution, Quality cost, optimizing quality cost, seduction programme. Human Factor in Quality Attitude of top management, co-operation, of groups, operators attitude, responsibility, causes of operators error and corrective methods. Unit-III Control Charts Theory of control charts, measurement range, construction and analysis of R charts, process capability study, use of control charts. Attributes of Control Charts Defects, construction and analysis off-chart, improvement by control chart, variable sample size, construction and analysis of C-chart. Unit-IV Defects Diagnosis and Prevention Defect study, identification and analysis of defects, corrective measure, factors affecting reliability, MTTF, calculation of reliability, Building reliability in the product, evaluation of reliability, interpretation of test results, reliability control, maintainability, zero defects, quality circle. Unit-V IS0-9000 and its concept of Quality Management: ISO 9000 series, Taguchi method, JIT in some details References: 1. Lt. Gen. H.LaI, "Total Quality management", Wiley Eastern Limited, 1990. . 2. Greg Bounds. Beyond Total Quality Management. McGraw Hill, 1994. 3. Menon, H.G, "TQM in New Product manufacturing", McGraw Hill 1992

BIMEE-020: MATERIALS HANDLING


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT-I: Materials handling: General introduction, definition of terms i .e. batched goods, charged pal let ratio, general cargo, handling, integrated transport, line load etc. Material handling: Engineering and economic factors, relationship to plant layout. Select ion of material handling equipment. Types of equipments and their maintenance. UNIT-II: Unrestricted Equipment: General information, counterbalancing of trucks, powered stokers, order pickers, side loader and forwarding trucks, straddle carriers and mobile lifting frame, hand pallet trucks and stokers, air cushion handling frames, carts and trolleys. UNIT-III: Area restricted: General information on line restricted material handling equipment. Different type of conveyers like roller, wheel, belt, slat, chain, overhead rail etc. UNIT-IV: Rail mounted trolleys, trolley and tractors, automatically guided vehicles, lift, elevators, other equipment, sort in installations. UNIT-V: Position restricted: Jib cranes and other fixed industrial robots. Auxiliary equipment: Load carriers (Pal lets, Stillage etc.) warehouse layouts, goods reception and dispatch equipment, equipment for assembling and securing loads. Books and References: 1. Material Handling System Design James Apple 2. Hand Book of Industrial Engg. G. Saliendy 3. Facilities Planning James Tomphines & John 4. Industrial Engg. John M. Hi l l

BIMEE-021: TECHNICAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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UNIT-I: The Entrepreneurial Perspective Introduction to entrepreneurship, need and importance of Entrepreneurship, charms of becoming entrepreneur, evolution of entrepreneurship, characteristics of an entrepreneur, barriers of Entrepreneurship, achievement motivation to become entrepreneur, Creativity & innovation, decision making and other behavioural aspects of entrepreneurship. UNIT-II: Opportunity Recognition and planning to establish SSI Opportunity identification process, opportunity evaluation process, market research, market survey, Identification of relevant resources, Steps in establishing an enterprise / industry, procedure and formalities to establish a SSI or business enterprise, Incentives and benefits available to SSI units and new entrepreneurs, Information about various support agencies. UNIT-III: Formulation of Business Plan Preparation of market survey report, techno economic feasibility assessment, preparation of preliminary and detailed business plan, UNIT IV: Marketing Management Marketing and sales management, demand forecasting, advertising, product mix, characteristics of a good sales person, Govt support in marketing. UNIT-V: Financial Management of small scale industries Sources of finance, Debt financing, Venture capital sources, Lease finance, Banking policies & incentives available to entrepreneurs, Loan types and benefits, Book keeping and accountancy, working capital management, various financial ratios, Costing, Break-Even-Analysis Books and References: 1. Managing innovation and entrepreneurship in Technology-based firms: Mart in, Michael J.C 2. Technological entrepreneurism: enterprise Formation, financing and growth: Cardullo, Mario W. 3. Growing new ventures, creating new jobs: : Rice, Mark P 4. Entrepreneurship development programme in India and its relevance To developing countries: Patel, V.G.

BIMEE-022: Optimization in Engineering Design


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Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Unit I Introduction. Optimization techniques. Unit II Single and multi variable optimization. Unit III Constrained optimization. Unit IV Specialized algorithms Integer. Geometric. Unit V Non-traditional algorithms. References 1. Deb, Kalyanmoy, Optimization for Engineering Design, Prentice Hall ofIndia, 1995. 2. Rao. S.S., Optimization Theory and Applications, Wiley Eastern Ltd., 1998.

BIMEE-023: Combustion Engineering


Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks External: 70+Internal:30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

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Unit I Combustion of fuels. Combustion equations and air-fuel ratio calculations. Unit II Thermodynamics of combustion. Thermo-chemistry. Kinetics of combustion. Unit III Laminar and turbulent flames. Quenching. Flammability. Ignition and flame. Unit IV Stabilization. Combustion in SI and CI engines. Unit V Emission and control methods. References 1. Turns, S.R., An Introduction to Combustion, 2nd ed., McGraw-Hill, 2000. 2. Glassman, I., Combustion, 3rd ed., Academic Press, 1996. 3. Heywood, J.B., Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, McGraw-Hill, 1988.

BIMEE-024: Welding Engineering

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Marks External: 70+Internal: 30. Students are required to score 45% marks individually in both External & Internal and 50% marks in total.

Unit I Welding Processes 1 Gas welding. Manual. submerged arc. TIG. MIG. Plasma arc. Electroslag. Electro gas welding. Pressure welding processes. Cold and hot pressure welding. Resistance, friction and explosive welding. Plastic and ceramic welding. Unit II Welding Processes 2 Radiant energy and solid phase welding processes and equipment. Beam power control. Laser beam cutting. Under water welding. Diffusion welding. Unit III Allied Processes Brazing. Soldering. Cutting. Surfacing Methods. Need. Flame Spraying. Plasma Spraying. Unit IV Welding metallurgy Weld thermal cycles and their effects. Structural changes in different materials. Effect of pre and post heat treatment. Weldability. Unit V Testing And Design of Weldment Design and quality control of welds. Edge preparatin. Types of joints. Weld symbols. Stresses in butt and fillet welds. Weld size calculations. Design for fatigue. Testing tensile, bend hardness. Impact, notch and fatigue tests. Visual examination Liquid penetration test, Magnetic particle examination. Radio graphs. Ultrasonic testing. Life assessment of weldments. References 1. Jackson, M.D., Welding Methods and Metallurgy, Charles Griffin & Company,London, 1967. 2. AWS, American Welding Society, Volume 1 to 5, Miami, 1982. 3. George E. Linnert, Welding Metallurgy, GML Publications, South Carolina, U.S.A.,1994. 4. Little (LR), Welding and Welding Technology, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,1980.

BIMEP-003: PROJECT WORK IN SEMESTER VII & VIII In project work group of maximum five students will work in a team for a common defined objective. Project work must be done in consultation with the industries and industrial needs. Students are expected to visit any industry of their liking for selection of industrial projects/problems. They will prepare document defining the problem clearly. The final draft and scope of project will be decided by students in consultation with the internal and external (industry expert) guide. They will train themselves to solve above defined problem if necessary. Once the final draft and scope of project is defined they can work on project with that industry. Student will complete project work in two phases (two semesters) and they will prepare presentation of project work carried out in these semesters and present it as Project Seminar I and II in respective semesters. It is expected that students should complete following work as follows Semester- VII Semester- VIII Visit to industry/ study of a specific problem. Define a problem. Finalize the scope and nature of work. Submit the synopsis. Train themselves (if necessary) Prepare a rough report containing following 1. Introduction 2. Literature survey 3. Need and justification of work. Finalize the report. Prepare presentation based on above and present it as Project Seminar I Credit Guidelines There will be 8 credits assigned to the project work. Oral/ Practical Examination Prepare a rough report containing following 4. Experimental work/ testing/design/ fabrication. 5. Results 6. Discussion 7. Conclusions 8. Scope of future work. 9. References Finalize the report.

Prepare presentation based on total work and present it as Project Seminar II

In this, students are expected to prepare for external oral examination. Students will be assessed by the external examiner which is either appointed by university or by industrial expert (may be called from industry having work experience in the field in which project is completed). As far as possible, same external examiner will assess group of students for project in two semesters. This will ensure involvement of examiner and proper evaluation of project work. The evaluation of the Project is to be carried out of 200 marks only in eighth semester and no evaluation will be carried out in seventh semester.