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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code MEC209T Course Category Course Title DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I Courses with numerical and conceptual focus Course Planner 15816::Narasimha Vinod Pulagara Lectures 3.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 1.0 0.0 4.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title Design of machine elements Reference Books Sr No R-1 R-2 R-3 Other Reading Sr No OR-1 OR-2 OR-3 Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference) Design Data Book by PSG, Coimbatore. , Kinematic analysis of geared mechanisms using the concept of kinematic fractionation, CP Liu, DZ Chen Mechanism and Machine. , Fundamentals of Machine Component Design, Robert C. Junivall/Kurt, 3rd edition Wiley. , Title Design of machine elements Author Shigley Edition 1st 3rd 1st 1966 Year Publisher Name Tata McGraw Hill Wiley PSG College of Technology Author V.B. Bhandari Edition 3rd Year Publisher Name Tata McGraw Hill

Fundamentals of Machine Component Robert C. Junivall/Kurt Design Design data Book PSG

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 RW-2 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses.php?disciplineId=112 Fundamentals of machine design, Stresses in machine elements, Design for Strength, Design of Springs, Design of Shafts etc. Salient Features Fundamentals of machine design, Stresses in machine elements, Design for Strength, Design of Springs, Design of Shafts etc. Characterizing Shaft Misalignment Effects Using Dynamic Measurements.

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over 7 6 2

Detailed Plan For Lectures

Week Number

Lecture Number

Broad Topic(Sub Topic)

Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books

Other Readings, Lecture Description Relevant Websites, Audio Visual Aids, software and Virtual Labs explain the introduction of machine design explain the basic procedure of machine design

Learning Outcomes

Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. Planned video video

Week 1

Lecture 1

Introduction(Machine Design) Introduction(Basic procedure of machine design)

R-1:chapter1 R-1:1.2

Learn the machine design learn the basic procedure of machine design

Lecture 2

Introduction(Basic requirements of machine elements) Introduction(Design of machine elements) Introduction(Traditional Design Methods) Introduction(Design synthesis) Introduction(Use of standards in design)

R-1:1.3

explain the basic learn the basic requirements of machine requirements of elements machine elements explain the design of machine elements explain the traditional design methods explain the design synthesis explain the use of standards in design explain selection of preferred sizes explain aesthetic consideration in design Learn the design of machine elements learn the traditional design methods Learn to design synthesis Learn to use of standards in design learn to selection of preferred sizes

PPT

Lecture 3

R-1:1.4 -1.7 R-1:1.4 -1.7 R-1:1.4 -1.7 R-1:1.4 -1.7 R-1:1.8 - 1.11 R-1:1.8 - 1.11 R-1:1.8 - 1.11 R-1:1.8 - 1.11 R-1:3.1

PPT PPT PPT PPT PPT

Week 2

Lecture 4

Introduction(Selection of preferred sizes) Introduction(Aesthetic consideration in design) Introduction(Ergonomic considerations in design) Introduction(Concurrent engineering)

learn to aesthetic PPT consideration in design

explain ergonomic learn to ergonomic PPT considerations in design considerations in design explain concurrent engineering explain selection of manufacturing method explain design consideration of casting explain forging and machine parts explain hot and cold working of metal learn to concurrent engineering learn to selection of manufacturing method PPT PPT and Video

Lecture 5

Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Selection of manufacturing method) Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Design consideration of casting)

R-1:3.2

learn to design PPT and Video consideration of casting learn to forging and machine parts learn to hot and cold working of metals PPT

Lecture 6

Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Forging and machined parts) Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Hot and cold working of metals)

R-1:3.3

R-1:3.4

PPT

Week 3

Lecture 7

Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Design considerations of welded assemblies)

R-1:3.5

explain design learn to design considerations of welded considerations of assemblies welded assemblies

PPT

Week 3

Lecture 7

Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Design for manufacture and assembly) Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Tolerances) Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Types of fits) Manufacturing Considerations In Design(BIS system of fits and tolerances)

R-1:3.7

explain Design for manufacture and assembly explain tolerances explain the types of fits explain BIS system of fits and tolerances explain the Selection of fits explain the Tolerances and manufacturing methods

learn to Design for manufacture and assembly learn to tolerances learn to types of fits learn to BIS system of fits and tolerances

PPT

R-1:3.8-3.11 R-1:3.8-3.11 R-1:3.8-3.11

PPT PPT PPT

Lecture 8

Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Selection of fits) Manufacturing Considerations In Design(Tolerances and manufacturing methods.) Design Against Static Load(Modes of failure)

R-1:3.8-3.11 R-1:3.12

learn to Selection of fits PPT learn to Tolerances and PPT and Video manufacturing methods PPT

R-1:4.1

explain Modes of failure learn to Modes of failure Homework,Test 1 explain factor of safety explain the Stress strain relationship explain shear stress and shear strain explain the stresses due to bending moment explain stress due to torsional moments explain eccentric axial loading

Lecture 9 Week 4 Lecture 10 Design Against Static Load(Factor of safety) Design Against Static Load(Stressstrain relationship) Design Against Static Load(Shear stress and shear strain) Lecture 11 Design Against Static Load (Stresses due to bending moment) Design Against Static Load (Stresses due to torsional moments) Lecture 12 Design Against Static Load (Eccentric Axial loading) Design Against Static Load(Design of simple machine parts -Cotter joint) Design Against Static Load (Knuckle joint) Week 5 Lecture 13 Design Against Static Load (Principal stresses) Design Against Static Load-1 (Levers) Lecture 14 Design Against Static Load-1 (Design of levers) Design Against Static Load-1 (Fracture mechanics) Lecture 15 Design Against Static Load-1 (Curved beams) R-1:4.2 R-1:4.3-4.5 R-1:4.3-4.5 R-1:4.3-4.5 R-1:4.6

learn to factor of safety PPT learn to Stress strain relationship PPT

learn to shear stress and PPT shear strain learn to stresses due to bending moment learn to stress due to torsional moments learn to eccentric axial loading PPT PPT

R-1:4.7 R-1:4.8 - 4.13

PPT PPT

explain design of simple learn to design of machine parts cotter joint simple machine parts cotter joint explain knuckle joint explain the principal stresses explain the levers explain the design of levers explain the fracture mechanics learn to knuckle joint learn to principal stresses learn to levers

R-1:4.8 - 4.13 R-1:4.8 - 4.13 R-1:4.17 - 4.21 R-1:4.17 - 4.21 R-1:4.17 - 4.21 R-1:4.22 - 4.24

PPT PPT PPT and Video

learn to design of levers PPT and Video learn to fracture mechanics PPT and Video PPT and Video

explain the curved beams learn to curved beams

Week 5 Week 6

Lecture 15 Lecture 16

Design Against Static Load-1 (Thermal stresses) Design Against Static Load-1 (Residual stresses) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Stress concentration) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Stress concentration factor) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Reduction of stress concentration)

R-1:4.22 - 4.24 R-1:4.22 - 4.24 R-1:5.1 - 5.4 R-1:5.1 - 5.4 R-1:5.1 - 5.4 R-1:5.1 - 5.4 R-1:5.5 - 5.8 R-1:5.5 - 5.8

explain the thermal stresses explain the residual stresses explain stress concentration explain the stress concentration factor explain the reduction of stress concentration explain the fluctuating stresses explain the fatigue failure endurance limit explain the notch sensitivity Homework,Test 2

learn to thermal stresses PPT and Video learn to residual stresses learn to stress concentration learn to stress concentration factor learn to reduction of stress concentration learn to fluctuating stresses learn to fatigue failure endurance liimit learn to notch sensitivity PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video

Lecture 17

Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Fluctuating stresses) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Fatigue failure endurance limit) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Notch sensitivity)

Lecture 18 Week 7 Lecture 19 Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Reversed stresses- design for finite and infinite life) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Cumulative damage in fatigue) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Soderberg and Goodman lines) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Modified Goodman diagrams) Lecture 20 Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Gerber equation) Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Fatigue design under combined stresses) Lecture 21 Design Against Fluctuating Load: (Impact stresses) R-1:5.10 - 5.11

explain reversed stresses learn to reversed PPT and Video design for finite and stresses design for finite infinite life and infinite life explain cumulative damage in fatigue explain the soderberg and good man lines explain the modified good man diagrams explain the gerber equation explain the fatigue design under combined stresses explain the impact stresses learn to cumulative damage in fatigue learn to soderberg and goodman lines PPT and Video PPT

R-1:5.10 - 5.11 R-1:5.12 - 5.13 R-1:5.12 - 5.13 R-1:5.14 R-1:5.15

learn to modified good PPT man diagrams learn to gerber equation PPT learn to fatigue design under combined stresses PPT

R-1:5.16

learn to impact stresses PPT

MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 22 Power Screw(Power screw) Power Screw(Forms of Screw Threads) Power Screw(Multiple Threads) Lecture 23 Power Screw(Terminology of threaded screw) Power Screw(Torque Requirement- lifting load) R-1:6.1 - 6.3 R-1:6.1 - 6.3 R-1:6.1 - 6.3 R-1:6.4 - 6.6 R-1:6.4 - 6.6 explain the power screw learn to power screw explain the forms of screw threads explain the multiple threads explain the terminology of threaded screw explain torque requirement lifting load PPT and Video learn to forms of screw PPT and Video threads learn to multiple threads PPT and Video

learn to terminology of PPT and Video threaded screw learn to torque PPT and Video requirement lifting load

Week 8

Lecture 23

Power Screw(Torque requirement lowering load) Power Screw(Self locking screw) Power Screw(Efficiency of Square Threaded Screws) Power Screw(Efficiency of Self Locking Screws)

R-1:6.4 - 6.6

explain torque requirement lowering load explain Self locking screw

learn to torque requirement lowering load learn to Self locking screw

PPT and Video

Lecture 24

R-1:6.7 - 6.9 R-1:6.7 - 6.9

PPT and Video PPT and Video

explain Efficiency of learn to Efficiency of Square Threaded Screws Square Threaded Screws explain Efficiency of Self Locking Screws explain Acme or Trapezoidal Threads explain Collar friction torque explain the Overall efficiency explain the Coefficient of friction learn to Efficiency of Self Locking Screws learn to Acme or Trapezoidal Threads learn to Collar friction torque learn to Overall efficiency learn to Coefficient of friction

R-1:6.7 - 6.9 R-1:6.10 - 6.13 R-1:6.10 - 6.13 R-1:6.10 - 6.13 R-1:6.10 - 6.13 R-1:6.14 - 6.16 R-1:6.14 - 6.16 R-1:6.14 - 6.16 R-1:6.17 R-1:7.1 - 7.4 R-1:7.1 - 7.4 R-1:7.1 - 7.4 R-1:7.1 - 7.4 R-1:7.5 - 7.8 R-1:7.5 - 7.8 R-1:7.5 - 7.8 R-1:7.5 - 7.8 R-1:7.9

PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video, Allocation home work PPT and Video PPT and Video

Week 9

Lecture 25

Power Screw(Acme or Trapezoidal Threads) Power Screw(Collar friction torque) Power Screw-1(Overall efficiency)

Lecture 26

Power Screw-1(Coefficient of friction) Power Screw-1(Design of screw and nuts) Power Screw-1(Design of screw jack)

explain Design of screw learn to Design of and nuts screw and nuts explain Design of screw learn to Design of jack screw jack explain Differential and Compound Screws explain Recirculating ball screw explain the Threaded joints explain Basic types of screw fastening explain Cap screws explain the Setscrews explain the Bolt an of uniform strength explain the Locking devices

Lecture 27

Power Screw-1(Differential and Compound Screws) Power Screw-1(Recirculating ball screw) Threaded Joints(Threaded joints)

learn to Differential and PPT and Video Compound Screws learn to Recirculating ball screw PPT and Video

learn to Threaded joints PPT and Video learn to Basic types of screw fastening learn to Cap screws learn to Setscrews learn to Bolt an of uniform strength learn to Locking devices PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video

Week 10

Lecture 28

Threaded Joints(Basic types of screw fastening) Threaded Joints(Cap screws) Threaded Joints(Setscrews) Threaded Joints(Bolt an of uniform strength)

Lecture 29

Threaded Joints(Locking devices) Threaded Joints(Terminology of screw thread) Threaded Joints(ISO metric screw threads)

explain the Terminology learn to Terminology of PPT and Video of screw thread screw thread explain the ISO metric screw threads learn to ISO metric screw threads PPT and Video PPT and Video

Lecture 30

Threaded Joints(Material and manufacture)

explain the Material and learn to Material and manufacture manufacture

Week 10

Lecture 30

Threaded Joints(Bolted joint)

R-1:7.10

explain the Bolted joint

learn to Bolted joint

PPT and Video submission to home work PPT and Video

Threaded Joints(Torque requirement for bolt tightening) Week 11 Lecture 31 Threaded Joints(Dimensions of fasteners.) Welded And Riveted Joints (Welded joints) Welded And Riveted Joints (Riveted joints.) Lecture 32 Design Of Shafts(Transmission shaft) Design Of Shafts(Shaft design on strength basis) Design Of Shafts(Shaft design on torsional rigidity basis) Lecture 33 Design Of Shafts(ASME code for shaft design) Design Of Shafts(Flexible shafts) Design Of Shafts(Keys) Week 12 Lecture 34 Design Of Shafts(Types of keys) Design Of Shafts(Coupling) Lecture 35 Design Of Shafts(Types of coupling and design procedures of couplings) Design Of Shafts(Design of lateral rigidity) Lecture 36 Week 13 Lecture 37 Lecture 38 Lecture 39 Design Of Shafts(Castiglianos theorem) Design Of Shafts(Area moment method) Design Of Shafts(Graphical integration method) Design Of Shafts(Critical speed for shaft.)

R-1:7.14

explain the Torque requirement for bolt tightening explain the Dimensions of fasteners explain the Welded joints explain the Riveted joints

learn to Torque requirement for bolt tightening

R-1:7.15 R-1:8.1 R-1:8.19 R-1:9.1 - 9.4 R-1:9.1 - 9.4 R-1:9.1 - 9.4 R-1:9.1 - 9.4 R-1:9.7 - 9.16 R-1:9.7 - 9.16 R-1:9.6 - 9.17 R-1:9.7 - 9.16 R-1:9.7 - 9.24

learn to Dimensions of PPT and Video fasteners learn to Welded joints learn to Riveted joints PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video

explain the Transmission learn to Transmission shaft shaft explain the Shaft design on strength basis

learn to Shaft design on PPT and Video strength basis

explain the Shaft design learn to Shaft design on PPT and Video on torsional rigidity basis torsional rigidity basis explain the ASME code for shaft design explain the Flexible shafts explain the keys explain the Types of keys explain the Coupling explain the Types of coupling and design procedures of couplings explain the Design of lateral rigidity learn to ASME code for PPT and Video shaft design learn to Flexible shafts PPT and Video learn to Keys learn to Types of keys learn to Coupling PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video

learn to Types of PPT and Video coupling and design procedures of couplings learn to Design of lateral rigidity PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video PPT and Video

R-1:9.7 - 9.24 R-1:9.25 R-1:chapter 9 R-1:chapter 9 R-1:chapter 9

explain the Castiglianos learn to Castiglianos theorem theorem explain the Area moment learn to Area moment method method explain the Graphical integration method learn to Graphical integration method

explain the Critical speed learn to Critical speed for shaft for shaft

SPILL OVER
Week 14 Lecture 40 R-1:chapter 9 shaft design on torsional learn to shaft design on PPT and Video rigidity basis torsional rigidity basis

Week 14

Lecture 41

R-1:chapter 9

critical speed for shaft

learn to critical speed for shaft

PPT and Video

Scheme for CA:


Component Homework,Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20

Details of Academic Task(s)


AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Individual Individual Individual Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 3/3 6/6 9 / 10

Test 1 Test 2 Homework 1

test test home work

up to 3rd week syllabus up to 6th week syllabus up to 9th week syllabus

based on the test based on the test based on the home work

Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)
Tutorial No. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2

Design synthesis, Use of standards in design Selection of manufacturing method, Design consideration of casting Tolerances and manufacturing methods Modes of failure, factor of safety Stress- strain relationship Stresses due to torsional moments Design of simple machine parts -Cotter joint, knuckle joint, Principal stresses

Problem solving Case analysis

Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Tutorial 7

Problem solving Problem solving Case analysis Problem solving Problem solving

After Mid-Term
Tutorial 8 Tutorial 9 levers, design of levers Soderberg and Goodman lines, modified Goodman diagrams Case analysis Case analysis

Tutorial 10 Tutorial 11 Tutorial 12 Tutorial 13

design of screw and nuts, design of screw jack Efficiency of Square Threaded Screws, Efficiency of Self Locking Screws keys, types of keys, coupling types of coupling and design procedures of couplings

Problem solving Case analysis Problem solving Problem solving