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EASWARI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, CHENNAI-600 089


DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
LESSON PLAN

SUBJECT CODE : ME2301

SUBJECT TITLE : THERMAL ENGINEERING

COURSE/ BRANCH : B.E . (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

SEMESTER : V A & B SEC

ACADEMIC YEAR : 2014 - 2015

FACULTY NAME : Dr.S.JAICHANDAR

OBJECTIVE OF COURSE : TO INTEGRATE THE CONCEPTS, LAWS AND
METHODOLOGIES FROM THE FIRST COURSE IN
THERMO DYNAMICS INTO ANALYSIS OF CYCLIC
PROCESSES


: TO APPLY THE THERMODYNAMIC CONCEPTS INTO
VARIOUS THERMAL APPLICATION LIKE IC ENGINES,
STEAM TURBINES, COMPRESSORS AND
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS


PREREQUISTE : KNOWLEDGE IN BASIC ENGINEERING
THERMODYNAMICS.

UNITS
TOPIC
NO
TOPIC PERIOD
BOOKS
REFERRED
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UNIT-I
GAS POWER CYCLES
OBJECTIVE: TO LEARN AND UNDERSTAND THE BASICS OF AIR STANDARD
CYLES AND TO FIND THE PERFORMANCE OF TH CYCLES.

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Introduction, Air standard cycles Otto cycle Air
standard efficiency, mean effective pressure,
Characteristics & applications
1 T1
2
2 Problems on Otto cycle 1 T1
3
Diesel cycle Air standard efficiency, mean
effective pressure, Characteristics & applications
1 T1
4 Problems on Otto cycle 1 T1,T2
5
Dual cycle Air standard efficiency, mean
effective pressure, Characteristics & applications
1 T1,T2
6 Problems on Diesel Cycle 1 T1,T2,
7
Brayton cycle Air standard efficiency,
Characteristics & applications
1 T1,R2
8 Problems on Diesel Cycle 1 T1,R2
9
Actual and theoretical PV diagram of Four stroke
Engines.
1 T1,R2
10
Actual and theoretical PV diagram of Two stroke
Engines.
1 T1,R2
11 Problems on Otto and Diesel Cycle 1 T1,R2
12 Problems on Dual and Brayton Cycle 1 T1,R2
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UNIT-II
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
OBJECTIVE: TO STUDY THE COMPONENTS AND WORKING OF INTERNAL
COMBUSTION ENGINES.
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Classification, main components and functions of
two and four stroke engines
1 T1,T2,R2,
2 Valve timing and port timing diagrams 1 T1,T2,R2,
3
3 Comparison of two stroke and four stroke engines 1 T1,T2,R2
4
Fuel supply systems carburetor, fuel pump and
fuel injector
1 T1,T2,R2
5
Performance parameters brake power, indicator
power, specific fuel consumption, mechanical,
thermal and volumetric efficiencies
1 T1,T2,R2
6 Air fuel ratio calculation 1 T1,T2,R2
7 Performance calculations 1 T1,T2,R2
8 Comparison of petrol and diesel engine 1 T1,T2,R2
9
Lubrication systems purpose and methods of
lubrication
1 T1,T2,R2
10
Cooling systems necessity and optimum cooling,
air and liquid cooling
1 T1,T2,R2
11

Ignition systems spark plug and distributor

1 T1,T2,R2
12
Exhaust gas analysis, minimum air requirement,
engine fuels, pollution control norms
1 T1,T2,R2

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UNIT-III
STEAM NOZZLES AND TURBINES
OBJECTIVE: TO STUDY THE SHAPES AND FUNCTIONS OF STEAM NOZZLES
AND TURBINES.

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Shape of nozzles, velocity of steam leaving the
nozzle, effect of friction 1 T1,T2,R2
2
Mass flow rate of steam through the nozzle,
critical pressure ratio and its significance,
supersaturated flow
1
3
Problems on steam nozzles (convergent &
convergent-divergent nozzles) 1 T1,R2
4







4

Problems on nozzles (convergent-divergent
nozzles)
1 T1,R2
5

Problems on nozzles 1 T1,R2
6

Problems on supersaturated flow 1 T1,T2,R2
7
Impulse and reaction principles, compounding of
impulse turbines 1
8

Velocity diagram of simple and multistage turbines 1 T1, R2,R3
9

Governing of steam turbines 1 T1,T2,R2
10

Problems on steam turbines 1 T1,T2,R2
11

Problems on steam turbines

1 T1,T2,R2
12

Problems on steam turbines

1 T1,T2,R2
UNIT-IV
AIR COMPRESSORS
OBJECTIVE: TO GAIN BASIC KNOWLEDGE ABOUT AIR COMPRESSORS WORK
CALCULATION AND STAGING OF COMPRESSORS
1
Classification, single stage compressor with and
without clearance volume, compressor capacity,
FAD, clearance ratio and mep
1 T1,R1
2
Work of compression with clearance volume for
isothermal and isentropic compressions 1 T1,R1
3 problems on work with clearance 1 T1,T2
4
Work of compression without clearance volume
for isothermal and isentropic compressions 1 T1,T2
5
5 Problems on work without clearance 1 T1,T2,R1
6 Volumetric efficiency, Isothermal efficiency 1 T1,T2,R2
7
Problems- Volumetric efficiency, Isothermal
efficiency
1 T1,T2,R2
8 Isentropic efficiency of reciprocating compressors 1 T1,T2,R2
9
Problems- Isentropic efficiency of reciprocating
compressors
1 T1,T2,R2
10
Multistage air compressor and
inter cooling
1 T1,T2,R2
11 Work of multistage air compressor 1 T1,T2,R2
12 Problems- work of multistage air compressor 1 T1,T2,R2


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UNIT-V
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
OBJECTIVE: TO GAIN BASIC KNOWLEDGE ABOUT VARIOUS TYPE OF AIR
CONDITIONG AND REFRIGERATION
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Refrigeration applications and types, simple
vapour compression refrigeration cycle 1 T1,R1
2
Vapour compression system with sub-cooling and
super heating, performance parameters 1 T1,R1
3 Working principle of vapour absorption system 1 T1,T2
4

Problems on vapour compression cycle 1 T1,T2
5
Ammonia Water, Lithium
bromide water systems
1 T1,T2,R1
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Alternate refrigerants Comparison between
Vapour compression and absorption systems
1 T1,T2,R2
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Air conditioning systems summer, winter and
year round

1 T1,T2,R2
8 Working Principles of Air conditioning systems 1 T1,T2,R2
9 Psychrometry, Psychrometric chart 1 T1,T2,R2
10 Cooling Load calculations 1 T1,T2,R2
11 Concept of RSHF, GSHF, ESHF 1 T1,T2,R2
12 Problems on Air conditioning 1 T1,T2,R2


CONTENT BEYOND THE SYLLABUS
SI.NO TOPICS
1 Knocking and Detonation in CI engines
2 Knocking and Detonation in SI engines

ASSIGNMENT TOPICS

SL.NO ASSIGNMENT TOPICS SUBMISSION DUE
1 ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM SHEET I Aug 3- 2014
2 ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM SHEET II Sep 3- 2014

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Sarkar, B.K,Thermal Engineering Tata McGraw-Hill Publishers, 2007
2. Kothandaraman.C.P., Domkundwar.S,Domkundwar. A.V., A course in thermal
engineering,Dhanpat Rai &sons ,Fifth edition, 2002

REFERENCES:
1. Rajput. R. K., Thermal Engineering S.Chand Publishers , 2000
2. Arora.C.P,Refrigeration and Air Conditioning , Tata McGraw-Hill Publishers 1994
3. Ganesan V.. Internal Combustion Engines , Third Edition, Tata Mcgraw-Hill 2007
4. Rudramoorthy, R, Thermal Engineering ,Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi,2003


HOD FACULTY
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PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
1. Our graduates will have fundamental technical knowledge and develop core competency in diversified areas of Mechanical Engineering
such as thermal, design and production and their related software with a view to eMpanding the knowledge horizon and inculcating
lifelong learning among students.
2. A major fraction of our graduates will pursue advanced studies, research and industrial product development in the field of Mechanical
engineering through developing partnerships with industrial and research agencies thereby serving the needs of the industry, government,
society and scientific community.
3. Our graduates will be capable of building their own careers upon a solid foundation of knowledge and a strong sense of responsibility to
serve their profession and society ethically.
4. Our graduates will have effective communication, leadership, teaming, problem solving and decision making skills by understanding
contemporary issues thereby contributing to their overall personality and career development.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES(a-k)
(a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering,
(b) an ability to design and conduct eMperiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data,
(c) an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental,
social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability,
(d) an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams,
(e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems,
(f) an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility,
(g) an ability to communicate effectively,
(h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal
conteMt,
(i) a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning,
(j) a knowledge of contemporary issues, and
(k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

1. PROGRAMME SPECIFIC PROGRAMME OUTCOME

(l) ability to use software for design, simulation and analysis of mechanical systems.

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MAPPING OF COURSE OUTCOMES WITH PEO & THE PROGRAMME OUTCOME- Thermal Engineering (ME 2301)





UNITS
Course outcome OB1 OB2 OB3 OB4 OCa OCb OCc OCd OCe OCf OCg OCh OCi OCj

OCk
GAS POWER
CYCLES
Learn about the basics of Gas
power cycle and efficiency.
SSSS W M W SSSS W W W M W W W W W W
Learn the Difference between
the Gas power cycles.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
Able to understand ideal and
actual cycle in engines.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
INTERNAL
COMBUSTION
ENGINES
Understand the Difference
between 2 stroke and 4 stroke
engines.
SSSS W M W SSSS W W W M W W W W W W
Able to understand various
parts of an IC engine.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W
Able to understand working of
various systems in ICengine.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
STEAM NOZZLES
AND TURBINES
Understand the working of
nozzle and solve problems in
nozzle.
SSSS W M W SSSS W W W M W W W W W W
Understand the working of
turbine and solve problems in
turbine.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
Able to understand various
compounding of tubines.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
AIR
COMPRESSORS
Understand the principle of
single stage air compressor.
SSSS W M W SSSS W W W M W W W W W W
Understand the principle of
multistage air compressor.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
Solve the problems in single
and multistage aircompressor.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
REFRIGERATION
AND AIR
CONDITIONING
Understand the principle of
various refrigeration system.
SSSS W M W SSSS W W W M W W W W W W
Learn about the various air
conditioning system.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
Learn about the various types
of refrigerants.
S W M W S W W W M W W W W W W
STRONG S
MEDIUM M
WEAK W