Course 1. Engineering Mechanics (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. U. S. Dixit
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology , Guwahati
North Guwahati, Guwahati – 781039
Detailed Syllabus :
Email :
Telephone : (91361)
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M1 Basics of Statics L1 Fundamental principles & concepts: Vector algebra, Newton’s laws, gravitation, force (external and internal, transmissibility), couple, moment (about point and about axis), Varignon’s theorem, resultant of concurrent and nonconcurrent coplanar forces, static equilibrium, free body diagram, reactions.
L2 Problem formulation concept; 2D statics, two and three force members, alternate equilibrium equations, constraints and static determinacy; 3D statics.
M2 Analysis of Structures – I (Trusses, Frames, Machines)
L3 Trusses: Assumptions, rigid and nonrigid trusses; Simple truss (plane and space), analysis by method of joints.
L4 Trusses (contd): Analysis of simple truss by method of sections; Compound truss (statically determinate, rigid, and completely constrained).
L5 Analysis of frames and machines.
M3 Analysis of Structures – II (Beams, Cables)
L6 Internal forces; Beams: types of loading and supports; shear force, bending moment, and axial force diagrams.
L7 Beams (contd): shear force and bending moment diagrams and equations relating them with external load.
L8 Cables (coplanar): assumptions, parabolic and catenary cables.
M4 Friction  I
L9 Coulomb dry friction laws, simple surface contact problems, friction angles, types of problems, wedges.
L10 Disk friction (thrust bearing); Belt friction (flat, V).
L11 Squarethreaded screw (self locking, screw jack).
M5 Friction  II
L12 Journal bearings (axle friction).
L13 Wheel friction and rolling resistance.
M6 Center of Mass & Area Moments of Inertia
L14 First moment of mass and center of mass, centroids of lines, areas, volumes, composite bodies.
L15 Area moments and products of inertia, radius of gyration, transfer of axes, composite areas.
L16 Rotation of axes, principal areamomentsofinertia, Mohr’s circle.
M7 Mass Moment of Inertia
L17 Second moment of mass, Mass moments and products of inertia, radius of gyration, transfer of axes, flat plates (relation between area and mass moments and products of inertia), composite bodies.
L18Rotation of axes, principal massmomentsofinertia.
M8 Virtual Work and Energy Method  I
L19 Virtual displacements, principle of virtual work for particle and ideal system of rigid bodies, degrees of freedom.
L20 Active force diagram, systems with friction, mechanical efficiency.
M9 Virtual Work and Energy Method  II
L21 Conservative forces and potential energy (elastic and gravitational), energy equation for equilibrium.
L22 Applications of energy method for equilibrium.
L23 Stability of equilibrium.
M10 Review of particle dynamics
L24 
Rectilinear motion; Plane curvilinear motion (rectangular, path, and polar coordinates). 
L25 
3D curvilinear motion; Relative and constrained motion; Newton’s 2 ^{n}^{d} law (rectangular, path, and polar coordinates). 
L26 
Workkinetic energy, power, potential energy. 
L27 
Impulsemomentum (linear, angular); Impact (Direct and oblique). 
M11 Plane kinematics of rigid bodies  I
L28 
Rotation; Parametric motion. 
L29 
Relative velocity, instantaneous center of rotation. 
L30 
Relative acceleration, rotating reference frames. 
M12 Plane kinematics of rigid bodies  II
L31 
Rotating reference frames, 3part velocity and 5part acceleration relations, Coriolis acceleration. 
L32 
Applications of rotating reference frames. 
M13 Plane kinetics of rigid bodies  I
L33 
Kinetics of system of particles and derivation of moment equation. 
L34 
Translation. 
L35 
Fixed axis rotation; General planar motion. 
L36 
General planar motion. 
M14 Plane kinetics of rigid bodies – II
L37 
Work – kinetic energy, potential energy. 
L38 
Potential energy (contd.), power; Impulsemomentum. 
L39 
Impulsemomentum (contd.), impact; Combination problems. 
M15 Introduction to vibration
L40 
Free vibration (damped, undamped) 
L41 
Forced vibration (damped, undamped) 
L42 
Mechanical displacement meter and accelerometer; Vibration of rigid bodies 
L43 
Vibration of rigid bodies (contd.) 
L44 
Energy methods for undamped problems. 
‘M’ denotes the module and ‘L’ the lecture under that module.
Books to be followed:
1. J. L. Meriam and L. G. Kraige, ‘Engineering Mechanics: Statics (V.1), Dynamics (V.2)’, 5 ^{t}^{h} edition, Wiley 2002.
2. I. H. Shames, ‘Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics’, 4 ^{t}^{h} edition, PHI, 1996. F. P. Beer and E. R. Johnston, ‘Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics (V.1), Dynamics (V.2)’, 3 ^{r}^{d} SI edition, TMH, 1998
Design of Machine Elements 1 (Web)
Faculty Coordinator(s):
1. Prof. S. K. RoyChowdhury
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Kharagpur  721302
Email : skrc@mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
Telephone : (913222) 282 972 (Office)
(913222) 282 973 (Residence)
2. Prof. B. Maiti
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Kharagpur  721302
Email : bmaiti@mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
Telephone : (913222) 282 936 (Office)
(913222) 282 937, 277 536 (Residence)
3. Prof. G. Chakraborty
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Kharagpur  721302
Email : goutam @ mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
Telephone : (913222) 282994 (Office)
(913222) 282995 (Residence)
Detailed Syllabus :
Module:1 Fundamentals of machine design
Lesson 1 Design philosophy
Lesson 2 Engineering Materials
Lesson 3 Brief overview of design and manufacturing
Module:2 Stresses in machine elements
Lesson 1 Simple stresses
Lesson 2 Compound stresses in machine parts
Lesson 3 Strain analysis
Module:3 Design for Strength
Lesson 1 Design for static loading
Lesson 2 Stress Concentration
Lesson 3 Design for dynamic loading
Lesson 4 Low and high cycle fatigue
Module:4 Fasteners
Lesson 1 Types of fasteners: Pins and keys
Lesson 2 Cotter and knuckle joint Lesson 3 Threaded Fasteners Lesson 4 Design of bolted
joints
Module:5 Couplings
Lesson 1 Introduction, types and uses
Lesson 2 Design procedures for rigid and flexible rubberbushed couplings
Module:6 Power Screws
Lesson 1 Power Screw drives and their efficiency
Lesson 2 Design of power screws
Module:7 Design of Springs
Lesson 1 Introduction to Design of Helical Springs
Lesson 2 Design of Helical Springs for Variable Load
Lesson 3 Design of Leaf Springs
Module:8 Design of Shaft
Lesson 1 Shaft and its design based on strength
Lesson 2 Design of shaft for variable load and based on stiffness
Module:9 Thin and thick cylinders
Lesson 1 Thin Cylinders
Lesson 2 Thick cylinders Stresses due to internal and external pressures
Lesson 3 Design principles for thick cylinders
Module:10 Design of Permanent Joints
Lesson 1 Riveted Joints : Types and Uses
Lesson 2 Design of Riveted Joints
Lesson 3 Welded Joints: Types and Uses
Lesson 4 Design of Welded Joints
Lesson 5 Design of Adhesive Joints
Module:11 Design of Joints for Special Loading
Lesson 1 Design of Eccentrically Loaded Bolted/Riveted Joints
Lesson 2 Design of Eccentrically Loaded Welded Joints
Lesson 3 Design of Joints with Variable Loading
Module:12 Design of brakes
Lesson 1 Design of shoe brakes
Lesson 2 Design of Band and Disc Brakes
Module:13 Belt drives
Lesson 1 Introduction to Belt drives
Lesson 2 Design of Flat Belt drives
Lesson 3 Design of V Belt drives
Module:14 Brief overview of bearings
Lesson 1 Fluid Film bearings
Lesson 2 Rolling contact bearings
Course 43. Basic Thermodynamics (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. K. Srinivasan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Bangalore  560 012
Email :
Telephone : (9180) 
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2. Prof. Pradip Dutta
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Bangalore  560 012
Email : pradip@mecheng.iisc.ernet.in
Telephone : (9180) 
Off 
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293 2332 
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293 2589 
Detailed Syllabus :
Module 1 : Thermodynamics Relations (Total 4 hours) 

Topics to be Covered 
Hours. 
Enthalpy, entropy, internal energy, and specific heat relations ; Tds equations for entropy change ; Difference in heat capacities, Ratio of specific heats, Evaluation of thermodynamic properties from an equation of state. 
1 
Helmoltz’s and Gibb’s functions ; Some mathematical theorems ; Maxwell's relations. 
1 
Applications of Maxwell’s relations to ideal and real gases ; JouleThomson effect and coefficient ; ClausiusClapeyron equation. 
1 
Real gas equation of state (Vander Walls, Verial, PengRobinson, Redlich Kwong, etc) ; Compressibility factor ; General compressibility charts and applications. 
1 
Module 2 : Property Relationships for pure substance and Mixtures (Total 5 hours) 

Topics to be Covered 
Hours. 
a. Mixture of gases : Dalton's law of partial pressures and Amagot’s law of partial volumes for ideal gas mixtures ; Volumetric and gravimetric analysis ; Principle of corresponding states ; Evaluation of ideal gas mixture properties and applications to various processes. 
1 
Properties of real gas mixtures ; Use of compressibility charts for real gas mixtures. 
1 
b. Pscychrometry : Atmospheric air and Psychometric properties ; Dry bulb temperature, wet bulb temperature, dew point temperature, partial pressures, specific and relative humidity and the relation between the two. 
1 
Enthalpy and adiabatic saturation temperature. Construction and use of psychrometric chart ; Analysis of various processes heating, cooling, dehumidifying and humidifying. 
1 
Adiabatic mixing of stream ; Summer and winter airconditioning ; Cooling load calculations. 
1 
Module 3 : Combustion Thermodynamics (Total 7 hours) 

Topics to be Covered 
Hours. 
Stoichiometric air for combustion of fuels ; Excess air ; Mass balance, A/F ratio and equivalence ratio ; Exhaust gas analysis (Orsat apparatus). 
1 
Composition of various solid, liquid and gaseous fuels. ; Properties of fuels. 
1 
Energy balance for a chemical reactions (First law analysis) ; Enthalpy and internal energy of combustion ; Enthalpy of formation and bond energy ; Sensible energy. 
1 
Calculation of heat release for various combustion processes; Use of enthalpy tables ; Calculation of adiabatic flame temperature. 
1 
Rate of chemical reactions ; Law of mass action ; Collision theory for reaction kinetics ; Arehnius factor and activation energy ; Multistep reactions. 
1 
Dissociation and chemical equilibrium ; Reversible reactions ; Gibb’s and Helmotz’s free energy ; Relation between equilibrium constants and free energy. 
1 
Calculation of equilibrium composition of reacting mixtures ; Effect of pressure and temperature on equilibrium composition ; Combustion efficiency and emissions. 
1 
Module 4 : Gas Power Cycles (Total 4 hours) 

Topics to be Covered 
Hours. 
Air standard cycle approximations ; Carnot, Otto, Diesel Cycles – pv and Ts diagrams ; Numerical Problems. 
1 
Descriptionefficiency, mep, etc. ; Comparison of Otto, Diesel cycles for same compression ratio and heat input ; Dual cycles pv and Ts diagrams. 
1 
Stirling cycles, Ericsson cycle, Atkinson cycle ; Basic Gas turbine (Brayton) cycle (for open and closed systems). 
1 
Efficiency of gas turbine cycle ; Regenerative gas turbine cycle ; Intercooling and reheating in gas turbine cycles ; Numerical problems. 
1 
Module 5 : Vapour Power Cycles (Total 4 hours) 

Topics to be Covered 
Hours. 

Carnot vapour power cycle & its associated difficulties ; Simple Rankine cycle – description, T 
1 

s 
diagram & analysis of performance ; Application to thermal power plants. 

Comparison of Carnot and Rankine cycle ; Effect of pressure and temperature on Rankine cycle performance ; Numerical problems. 
1 

Reheat Rankine cycle ; HPT and LPT steam expansion; Efficiency of reheat cycles ; Numerical problems. 
1 

Ideal and practical regenerative Rankine cycles ; open and closed feed water heaters ; Efficiency of regenerative cycles ; Numerical problems. 
1 
Module 6 : Refrigeration Cycles (Total 4 hours) 

Topics to be Covered 
Hours. 

Reversed Carnot cycle and its limitations ; Basic vapour compression refrigeration system ; Refrigeration effect ; COP ; Capacities ; Unit of refrigeration ; ph & Ts diagrams. 
1 

Practical vapour compression refrigeration system ; Refrigerants and their desirable properties 
1 

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Numerical problems. 

Vapour absorption refrigeration system & COP ; Comparison between VCRS and VARS and their applications. 
1 

Air cycle refrigeration ; Reversed Brayton cycle ; Steam jet refrigeration ; Vortex tube ; Introduction to cryogenics. 
1 
Module 7 : Reciprocating Compressors (Total 4 hours) 

Topics to be Covered 
Hours. 
Single stage reciprocating compressor cycle without clearance ; Work input and power through pv diagrams ; Steady state and steady flow analysis. 
1 
Effect of clearance and volumetric efficiency ; Work input and power through pv diagrams ; Adiabatic, isothermal and mechanical efficiencies ; Multistage compressors (Why?). 
1 
Effect of intercooling on work input in multistage compression ; Saving in work. 
1 
Optimum intermediate pressure (general case) ; Numerical problems 
1 
Module 8 : Compressible Flows (Total 5 hours) 

Topics to be Covered 
Hours. 
Propagation of infinite pulse in a fluid ; Velocity of sound ; Disturbance propagation in subsonic and supersonic flows ; Mach cone ; stagnation property. 
1 
1D isentropic flow in a variable area duct ; Critical properties ; Choking in a isentropic flow ; Shapes of supersonic/subsonic nozzles and diffusers. 
1 
Variation of pressure and Mach number with area ratio ; CD nozzle ; Effect of back pressure ; Flow with normal shocks ; Numerical problems. 
1 
Adiabatic flow with friction (Fanno flow) ; Flow in constant area duct without friction and with heat transfer (Rayligh flow) ; Normal shocks. 
1 
Normal shock relations ; Numerical problems ; Introduction to oblique shocks and bow shocks. 
1 
Course 26. Machine Design 2 (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. R. Gopinath
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai 600036
Email : mgopinath@iitm.ac.in,
Telephone : (9144) 
Off 
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2257 8507 
Res 
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2257 9507 
2. Prof. M. M. Mayuram
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai 600036
Email : mmme@iitm.ac.in
Telephone : (9144) 
Off 
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2257 8547 
Res : 
2257 9547 
Detailed Syllabus :
Fatigue consideration in design
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Variable load  basic concept; load or stress variations different patterns Cyclic stressing/straining  materials response and the origin of fatigue failure. Stress life relations; SN curvefatigue strength and endurance limit Factors influencing fatigue and endurance strength modification factors Effect of stress concentration and fatigue stress concentration definition Effect of mean stress  Goodman and Soderberg's relations Design approach to fatigue  design for infinite life and finite life Design of members under combined (steady and variable) loading conditions
Design of gear tooth
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Law of gearing  conjugate action and gear tooth profilebasics Analysis of forces on spur, helical, bevel and worm gears  determination of bearing reaction forces Bending and contact stress in gear toothdynamic loading and wearLewis and Buckingham equations for design. Design of fixed ratio gear boxgeneral design procedure
Design of sliding and journal bearings
6
Types of lubricationhydro dynamic, hydro static and EHD lubrication. Petroff’s equation and
the
eccentricity and minimum film thickness Heat generation and thermal equilibrium
haracteristic numberboundary and film lubrication Pressure distribution
bearing
Design/analysis of Brakes clutches and fly wheels
Plate clutches – design for uniform pressure and wear Shoe breakes – short and long shoe
analysis – automotive shoe breake – design/analysis Ply wheel design basic concepts.
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DETAILED LECTURE WISE COVERAGE
Module I  Fatigue consideration in design
Lecture 1 Variable load basic concept; Terminology associated with variable loading;
Patterns of load or stress variations
Lecture 2 Cyclic stressing/strainingand materials response to cyclic loading
Lecture 3 The mechanism of fatigue failure; origin and propagation of crack
Lecture 4 Stress life relations; SN curvefatigue strength and endurance limit
Lecture 5 Factors influencing fatigue
Lecture 6 Endurance strength modification factors
Lecture 7 Effect of stress concentration and fatigue stress concentration definition and its
estimation from geometric stress concentration factor
Lecture 8 Effect of mean stress Goodman and Soderberg's relations
Lecture 9 Design approach to fatigue design for infinite life and finite life
Lecture 10 Approach/Methods for design of members under combined (steady and variable)
loading conditions
Lecture 11 Worked out examples on fatigue design problems
Lecture 12
12 Hours
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Module 2 Design of gear tooth
Lecture 1 Gearstypes and application and gear terminology
Lecture 2 Law of gearingconjugate action and interference in gears
Lecture 3 Gear tooth profiles, involute profile basics, Influence of number of teeth and
pressure angle Lecture 4 Analysis of forces on spur, and helical gears
Lecture 5 Bending and contact stress in gear tooth
Lecture 6 Lewise equation for design
Lecture 7 Dynamic loading and wearBuckingham equations for design.
14 Hours
Lecture 8 Gear quality and selection aspects Lecture 9Force analysis on bevel and worm gears Lecture 10 Design approach for bevel gears equivalent tooth
Lecture 1 I Design of fixed ratio gear box general design procedure
Lecture 12 Worked out example on design of a single stage reduction gear unit Lecture 13 and 14 Determination of bearing reaction due to gear forces Worked out examples
Module 3 Design of sliding and journal bearings
6 Hours
Lecture I Types of lubrication hydro dynamic, hydro static and EHD lubrication. Lecture 2 Petroff's equation and the bearing characteristic number Lecture 3 Lubrication regimes boundary and film lubrication Lecture 4 Hydro dynamic bearings Pressure distributioneccentricity and minimum film thickness Lecture 5 Reynolds equation and use of bearing design charts Lecture 6 Heat generation and thermal equilibrium
Module 4 Design/analysis of Brakes clutches and fly wheels Lecture 1 Brakes and clutches need and functioning dynamic model Lecture 2 Plate clutches design for uniform pressure and wear Lecture 3 Shoe brakes short and long shoe analysis Lecture 4 Automotive shoe brakedesign/analysis Lecture 5 Fly wheel basic concepts design requirements Lecture 6 Moment diagram and energy estimations
8 Hours
Lecture 7 Worked out examples on brakes and clutches Lecture 8 Worked out examples on fly wheels
Course 9. Mechanical Measurements and Metrology (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. S. P. Venkateshan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai 600036
Email : spv@iitm.ac.in
Telephone : (9144) 
Off 
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2257 8529 
Res 
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2243 3825 
2. Prof. M. S. Shanmugam
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai 600036
Email : shun@iitm.ac.in, shun@acer.iitm.ernet.in
Telephone : (9144) 
Off 
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2257 8520 
Res : 
2257 9520 
Detailed Syllabus :
Mechanical measurements:
(S.P. V enkateshan)
1. Introduction to measurements, Errors in measurements, Statistical analysis of data,
Regression analysis, correlation, estimation of uncertainty and presentation of data, design of
experiments.
2. Measurement of field quantities like temperature, pressure, velocity by intrusive and non
intrusive techniques under various conditions met with in practice like steady and transient
conditions.
3. Measurement of derived quantities like heat flux, volume/mass flow rate, temperature in
flowing fluids.
4. Measurement of thermophysical properties, radiation properties of surfaces,
vibration and noise. s. Computer assisted data acquisition, data manipulation, data presentation.
Metrolo2V:
(M.S.Shanmugam)
1.
Measurement of length, measurement of angle 2. Limits and fits
3.
Measurement of geometric forms, straightness, flatness, roundness etc. Mechanical and
optical methods.
4. 
Measurement of screw threads and gears. 
5. 
Measurement of surface roughness and texu1re 6. Introduction to CMM. Inprocess gages. 
7. 
Inspection and quality monitoring. 
Manufacturing Processes 1 (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s):
1. Prof. A. K. Chattopadhyay
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Kharagpur  721302
Email : akc @ mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
Telephone : (913222) 282914 (Office)
(913222) 282915 (Residence)
2. Prof. A. B. Chattopadhyay
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Kharagpur  721302
Email : abcme @ mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
Telephone : (913222) 282912 (Office)
(913222) 282913 (Residence)
3. Prof. S. Paul
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Kharagpur  721302
Email : spaul@mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
Telephone : (913222) 282 954 (Office)
(913222) 282 955, 279 191 (Residence)
Detailed Syllabus :
Module:1 Classification of Metal Removal Processes and Machine tools
Lesson 1 Introduction to Manufacturing and Machining
Lesson 2 Basic working principle, configuration, specification and classification of machine
tools
Module:2 Mechanics of Machining (Metal Cutting)
Lesson 3 Geometry of single point cutting tools
Lesson 4 Conversion of tool angles from one system to another
Lesson 5 Mechanism of chip formation Lesson 6 Orthogonal and oblique cutting Lesson 7 Use
of chip breaker in machining
Lesson 8 Machining forces and Merchant’s Circle Diagram (MCD) Lesson 9 Analytical and
Experimental determination of cutting forces Lesson 10 Dynamometers for measuring cutting
forces
Lesson 11 Cutting temperature – causes, effects, assessment and control
Lesson 12 Control of cutting temperature and cutting fluid application
Module:3 Machinability
Lesson 13 Concept of Machinability and its Improvement
Lesson 14 Failure of cutting tools and tool life
Lesson 15 Cutting Tool Materials of common use
Lesson 16 Advanced Cutting Tool Materials
Module:4 General Purpose Machine Tools
Lesson 17 Kinematic systems and operations of lathes
Lesson 18 Kinematic system and operations of drilling machines
Lesson 19 Kinematic system and operations of milling machines
Lesson 20 Construction, working principle and applications of shaping, planing and slotting
machines
Lesson 21 Methods of mounting of jobs and cutting tools in machine tools
Lesson 22 Use of various Attachments in Machine Tools
Lesson 23 Construction, Operation and Tool layout in Semiautomatic and Automatic lathes
Lesson 24 Forces developing and acting in machine tools
Lesson 25 Estimation of machining time
Lesson 26 Broaching – Principles, Systems and Applications
Module:5 Abrasive Processes (Grinding)
Lesson 27 Basic principle, purpose and application of grinding
Lesson 28 Selection of wheels and their conditioning
Lesson 29 Classification of grinding machines and their uses
Module:6 Superfinishing processes
Lesson 30 Superfinishing processes, Honing, Lapping and Superfinishing
Module:7 Screw threads and Gear Manufacturing Methods
Lesson 31 Production of screw threads by Machining, Rolling and Grinding
Lesson 32 Manufacturing of Gears
Module:8 Jigs and Fixtures for Machine shops
Lesson 33 Purposes of jigs and fixtures and their Design principles
Lesson 34 Design and Application of typical jigs and fixtures
Module:9 Nonconventional machining
Lesson 35 Introduction and Abrasive Jet Machining
Lesson 36 Ultrasonic Machining (USM)
Lesson 37 Water Jet and Abrasive Water Jet Machining
Lesson 38 Electro Chemical Machining
Lesson 39 Electro Discharge Machining
Lesson 40 Electron Beam and Laser Beam Machining
Course 23. Heat and Mass Transfer (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. U. N. Gaitonde
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email : gaitonde@me.iitb.ac.in
Telephone : (9122) 
Off 
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25767508 
Res : 
2576 8508 
2. Prof. S. V Prabhu
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email : svprabhu@me.iitb.ac.in
Telephone : (9122)
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Module No. 
Content 
Number of hours 

1 
INTRODUCTION – Typical heat transfer situations, 
1 
hour 
2 
Modes of heat transfer 
1 
hour 
3 
Introduction to laws, some heat transfer parameters 
1 
hour 
4 
CONDUCTION – Fourier’s law and thermal conductivity 
1 
hour 
5 
Differential equation of heat conduction, boundary conditions and initial conditions 
1 
hour 
6 
Simple one dimensional steady state situations – plane wall, cylinder, sphere (simple and compex situations), concept of thermal resistance, concept of U, critical radius. variable thermal conductivity (exercise) 
3 
hours 
7 
Special one dimensional steady state situations – heat generation, pin fins Other fin configurations (exercise) 
2 
hours 
8 
Two dimensional steady state situations 
1 
hour 
9 
Transient conduction Lumped capacitance model One dimensional transient problems – analytical solutions One dimensional Heisler charts Product solutions 
2 
hours 
10 
Numerical methods in conduction Steady state one dimensional and two dimensional problems One dimensional transient problems – Explicit and implicit 
2 hours 
11 
RADIATION Basic ideas, spectrum, basic definitions 
One hour 
12 
Laws of radiation, black body radiation, Planck’s law, Stefan Boltzman law, Wien’s Displacement law, Lambert cosine law 
one hour 
13 
Radiation exchange between black surfaces, shape factor 
Three hours 
14 
Radiation exchange between gray surfaces – RadiosityIrradiation method Parallel plates 
Two hours 
15 
Enclosures (nonparticipating gas) 
One hour 
16 
Gas radiation 
One hour 
17 
FORCED CONVECTION Concepts of fluid mechanics 
One hour 
18 
Differential equation of heat convection 
One hour 
19 
Laminar flow heat transfer in circular pipe – constant heat flux and constant wall temperature, thermal entrance region, Turbulent flow heat transfer in circular pipe, pipes of other cross sections 
Two hours 
20 
Heat transfer in laminar flow and turbulent flow over a flat plate, Reynolds analogy 
One hour 
21 
Flow across a cylinder and sphere, flow across banks of tubes, impinging jets 
One hour 
22 
NATURAL CONVECTION Introduction, governing equations,Vertical plate – Pohlhausen solution, horizontal cylinder, horizontal plate, enclosed spaces 
Three hours 
23 
HEAT EXCHANGERS Types of heat exchangers, LMTD approach – parallel, counterflow, multipass and cross flow heat exchanger, NTU approach – parallel, counterflow, shell and tube, cross flow heat exchanger 
Four hours 
24 
Condensation and Boiling Dimensionless parameters, boiling modes, correlations, Forced convection boiling, laminar film condensation on a vertical plate, turbulent film condensation 
Two hours 
25 
Mass Transfer Analogy between heat and mass transfer, mass diffusion, Fick’s law of diffusion, boundary conditions, steady mass diffusion through a wall, transient mass diffusion, mass convection, limitations of heat and mass transfer analogy. 
Three hours 
Total number of hours 
42 
Requirement of RA support: One full time RA preferably with a sound background in heat transfer
Course 34. Finite Element Method (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. P. M. Dixit
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology , Kanpur
Kanpur  208 016,
Email : pmd@iitk.ac.in
Telephone : (91512) 
Off 
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2597094 
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2598784 

Fax : 
2597048 
Detailed Syllabus :
Module 1
Objective of the Course, Basic Steps in FEM Formulation, General Applicability of the Method; Variational Functional, Ritz Method.
(3 hrs)
Module 2
(4 hrs)
Variational FEM : Derivation of Elemental Equations, Assembly, Imposition of Boundary Conditions, Solution of the Equations.
Module 3
(3 hrs)
1 D Elements, Basis Functions and Shape Functions, Convergence Criteria, h and p Approximations.
Module 4
.(3 hrs)
Natural Coordinates, Numerical Integration, Gauss Elimination based Solvers.
Module 5
(3 hrs)
Computer implementation: Preprocessor, Processor, Postprocessor.
Module 6
(4 hrs)
Alternate Formulation: Weighted Residual Method, Galerkin Method; Problems with C ^{1} Continuity: Beam Bending, Connectivity and Assembly of C ^{1} Continuity Elements.
Module 7
(5 hrs)
Variational Functional; 2D Elements (Triangles and Quadrilaterals) and Shape Functions.
Module 8
(3 hrs)
Natural Coordinates, Numerical Integration, Elemental Equations, .Connectivity and Assembly, Imposition of Boundary Conditions.
Module 9
(4 hrs)
Axisymmetric (Heat Conduction) Problem, Plane Strain and Plane Stress Solid Mechanics Problems.
Module 10
(3 hrs)
Subparametric, Isoparametric and Superparametric Elements; Elements with C ^{1} Continuity.
Module 11
(3 hrs)
Free Vibration Problems, Formulation of Eigen Value Problem, FEM Formulation.
Module 12
(3 hrs)
Timedependent Problems, Combination of Galerkin FEM and FDM (Finite Difference Method), Convergence and Stability of FD Scheme.
Module 13
(2 hrs)
Problems with Material Nonlinearity, Direct Solution Technique.
Course 24. Project and Production Management (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof . Arun Kanda
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016
Email : akanda@mech.iitd.ernet.in
Telephone : (9111) 
Off 
: 
26591124 
Res : 
26436332 
2. Prof S. G. Deshmukh
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016
Email : deshmukh@mech.iitd.ernet.in
Telephone : (9111) 
Off 
: 
26591056 
Res : 
26591608 
Detailed Syllabus :
PROJECT MANAGEMENT (16 lectures)
AN 
OVERVIEW 
(1 lecture) 
1. 
Project Management: An Overview 
PROJECT SELECTION (4 lectures)
2. Project Identification and Screening
3. Project Appraisal: Part I
4. Project Appraisal: Part II
5. Project Selection
PROJECT PLANNING (8 lectures)
Development of Project Network (2 lectures)
6. Project Representation
7. Consistency and Redundancy in Project Networks
Project Scheduling (3 lectures)
8. Basic Scheduling with AOA Networks
9. Basic Scheduling with AON Networks
10.
Project Scheduling with Probabilistic Activity Times
Time / Cost Tradeoffs in Projects (1 lecture)
11. Linear TimeCost Tradeoffs in Projects: A Heuristic Approach
Resource Considerations in Projects( 2 lectures)
12. Resource Profiles and leveling
13. Limited Resource Allocation
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION (2 lectures)
14. Project Monitoring and Control with PERT / Cost
15. Team Building and Leadership in Projects
PROJECT COMPLETION (1 lecture)
16. Project Completion, Review and Future Directions
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT (24 lectures)
INTRODUCTORY (2 lectures)
1. Introduction to Production Systems and a Generalized Model of Production
2. Life cycle of a Production System and Major managerial Decisions
FINANCIAL EVALUATION OF PRODUCTION RELATED DECISIONS (4 lectures)
3. Performance Measures of a Production System
4. Financial Evaluation of Capital Decisions (2 lectures)
5. Decision Trees and evaluation of risk
DESIGNING PRODUCTS & SERVICES (3 lectures)
6. Introducing New Products and Services (2 lectures)
7. Product Mix Decisions
FACILITY LOCATION AND LAYOUT (6 lectures)
8. Plant Location (2 Lectures)
9. Process Layouts
10. Product Layouts and Assembly Line Balancing
11. Cellular Layouts
12. Layouts for Advanced Manufacturing Systems
PRODUCTION PLANNING OVER MEDIUM TERM HORIZON (5 lectures)
13. Demand Forecasting (3 lectures)
14. Aggregate Production Planning (2 lectures)
OPERATIONAL DECISIONS OVER THE SHORT TERM (4 lectures)
15. Inventory related Decisions (2 lectures)
16. Material Requirements Planning`
17. Scheduling of Job Shops
Total Number of Video Lectures = 40 The Web Based support Material will be based on the above modular design including
• Examples
• Clarification of Concepts
• Problems with and without solutions
• Quizzes with answers etc.
Course 5. Fluid Mechanics (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. Gautam Biswas
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Kanpur  208 016,
Email : gtm@iitk.ac.in
Telephone : (91512) 
Off 
: 
2597656 
Res : 
2598564 

Fax : 
2597408 
2. Prof. S. K. Som
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Kharagpur721302,
Email : sksom@mech.iitkgp.ernet.in
Telephone : (913222) 
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Detailed Syllabus :
Lecture 1

Definition of Stress 

Definition of Fluid 

Concept of Continum 

Fluid Properties 
Lecture 2

Distinction between Newtonian and NonNewtonian Fluid 

Compressibility 

Surface Tension of Liquids 
Lecture 3

Forces on Fluid Elements 

Normal Stresses in a Stationary Fluid 

Fundamental Equation of Fluid Statics 
Lecture 4
Units and Scales of Pressure Measurement
Lecture 5

Hydrostatic Thrusts on Submerged Surfaces 

Stability of Unconstrained Bodies in Fluid 

Period of Oscillation 
Lecture 6

Kinematics 

Scalar and Vector Fields 

Flow Field and Description of Fluid Motion 
Lecture 7

Variation of Flow Parameter in Time and Space 

Material Derivation and Acceleration 

Streamlines, Path Lines and Streak Lines 
Lecture 8

One, Two and Three Dimensional Flows 

Translation, Rate of Deformation and Rotation 

Vorticity 

Existence of Flows 
Lecture 9
System
Conservation of Mass
Lecture 10
Stream Function
Conservation of Momentum
Lecture 11
Analysis of Finite Control Volumes
Lecture 12

Application of Moment or Momentum Theorem 

Euler's Equation 
Lecture 13
Conservation of Energy
Lecture 14

Bernoulli's Equation In Irrotational Flow 

Plane Circular Vortex Flows 

Free Vortex Flows 

Forced Vortex Flows 

Losses Due to Geometric Changes 
Lecture 15
Measurement Of Flow Rate Through Pipe
Lecture 16

Concept of Static Pressure 

Concept of Stagnation Pressure 

Flow through Orifices and Mouthpieces 
Lecture 17
Principles of Physical Similarity
Lecture 18

Magnitude of Different Forces acting on a Fluid Element 

Dynamic Similarity of Flows with 
Lecture 19 


The Application of Dynamic Similarity  Dimension of Physical Quantity 

Buckingham's PiTheorem 

Rayleigh's Indical Method 
Lecture 20 


Analysis of Incompressible Flow 

Elementary Flows in aTwoDimensional Plane 
Lecture 21

Vortex Flow 

Combination of Fundamental Flows 
Lecture 22
Flow About a Cylinder without Circulation
Lecture 23

Flow Past a Source 

Flow About a Rotating Cylinder 

Aerofoil Theory 

Generation of Vortices Around a Wing 
Lecture 24 


General Viscosity Law 

NavierStokes Equations 
Lecture 25

A general way of deriving the NavierStokes equations from the basic laws of physics 

Exact Solution of NavierStokes Equations 
Lecture 26

Couette Flow 

Hagen Poiseuille Flow 

Flow between Two Concentric Rotating Cylinders 
Lecture 27 


Low Reynolds Number Flow Around a Sphere 

Theory of Hydrodynamic Lubrication 
Lecture 28

Introduction to Boundary Layer Equations 

Blasius Flow over a flat plate 
Lecture 29 


Wall shear and boundary layer thickness 

MomentumIntegral equations for the boundary layer 
Lecture 30 


KarmanPohlhausen approximate method for solution of momentum integral equation over a flat plate 

Integral method for nonzero pressure gradient flows 
Lecture 31

Entry flow in a duct 

Control of boundary layer separation 

Mechanics of boundary layer transition 
Lecture 32

Introduction to Turbulence 

Characteristics Of Turbulent Flow 

LaminarTurbulent Transition 

Correlation Functions 

The Mean Motion And Fluctuations 
Lecture 33

Derivation of Governing Equations for Turbulent Flow 

Turbulent Boundary Layer Equations 

Boundary Conditions 

Shear Stress Models 
Lecture 34

Universal Velocity Distribution Law And Friction Factor In Duct Flows For Very Large Reynolds Numbers 

Fully Developed Turbulent Flow In A Pipe For Moderate Reynolds Numbers 

Skin Friction Coefficient For Boundary Layers On A Flat Plate 
Lecture 35

Introduction to Pipe Flows 

Concept of Friction Factor in a Pipe Flow 

Concept of Flow Potential and Flow Resistance 
Lecture 36
Flow Through Branched Pipes
Lecture 37

Flow Through Pipes With Side Tappings 

Losses In Pipe Bends 

Losses In Pipe Fittings 

Power Transmission By A Pipeline 
Lecture 38

Introduction to Compressible Flows 

Thermodynamic Relations of Perfect Gases 

Internal Energy and Enthalpy 
Lecture 39

Speed of Sound 

Pressure Field Due to a Moving Source 

Basic Equations for OneDimensional Flow 
Lecture 40

Stagnation and Sonic Properties 

Effect of Area Variation on Flow Properties in Isentropic Flow 
Lecture 41 


Normal Shocks 

The Physical Picture of the Flow through a Normal Shock 

Calculation of Flow Properties Across a Normal Shock 

Oblique Shock 
Course 7. Applied Thermodynamics (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. T. Sundararajan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai 600036
Email : tsundar@iitm.ac.in
Telephone : (9144) 
Off 
: 
2257 8527 
Res 
: 
2257 9527 
2. Prof. J. M. Mallikarjuna
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Chennai 600036
Email : jmmallik@iitm.ac.in
Telephone : (9144)
Off
:
2257 8514
3. Prof. U. S. Premananda Shet
Department of Mechanical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600036
Email : uspshet@iitm.ac.in
Telephone: (91 44 ) 2257 8517 (office)
Detailed Syllabus :
1. Property relationships for pure substances and Mixtures
Thermodynamic Relations: Some mathematical theorems, Maxwell's equations, Tds equations, Difference in heat capacities, ratio of heat capacities, energy equation, Joule Thomson effect. Clausius Clapeyron equation, Evaluation of thermodynamic properties from an equation of state. Helmoltz and Gibbs functions; Maxwell's relations; Enthalpy, entropy, internal energy, and specific heat relations; ClausiusClapeyron's equation; Applications to ideal and real gases. JouleThomson coefficient.
Ideal Gas Mixtures: Dalton's law of additive pressures, Amagat's law of additive volumes, evaluation of , properties. Analysis of various processes.
Pscychrometry : Atmospheric air and Psychometric properties; Dry bulb temperature, wet
bulb temperature, dew point temperature; partial pressures, specific and relative humidity and the relation between the two. Enthalpy and adiabatic saturation temperature. Construction and use of psychrometric chart. Analysis of various processes; heating, cooling, dehumidifying and humidifying. Adiabatic mixing of stream of moist air. Summer and winter airconditioning.
2. Combustion Thermodynamics
Theoretical (Stoichiometric) air for combustion of fuels. Excess air, mass balance, Exhaust gas analysis, A/F ratio. Energy balance for a chemical reaction, enthalpy of formation, enthalpy and internal energy of combustion. Combustion efficiency. Dissociation and equilibrium, emissions.
3. Gas Power Cycles
Air standard cycles; Carnot, Otto, Diesel, Dual and Stirling cycles, pv and T s diagrams, description, efficiencies and mean effective pressures. Comparison of Otto and Diesel cycles. Gas turbine (Brayton) cycle; description and analysis. Regenerative gas turbine cycle. Inter cooling and reheating in gas turbine cycles. 
4. Vapour Power Cycles
Carnot vapour power cycle, drawbacks as a reference cycle. Simple Rankine cycle; description, Ts diagram, analysis for performance. Comparison of Carnot and Rankine cycles. Effects of pressure and temperature on Rankine cycle performance. Actual vapour power cycles. Ideal and practical regenerative Rankine cycles, open and closed feed water heaters. Reheat Rankine cycle.
5. Refrigeration Cycles
Vapour compression refrigeration system; description, analysis, refrigerating effect. capacity, power required, units of refrigeration, COP Refrigerants and their desirable properties. Air cycle refrigeration; reversed Carnot cycle, reversed Brayton cycle Vapour absorption refrigeration system. Steam jet refrigeration
6. Reciprocating Compressors
Operation of a single stage reciprocating compressors. Work input through pv diagram and steady state steady flow analysis. Effect of clearance and volumetric efficiency. Adiabatic, isothermal and mechanical efficiencies. Multistage compressor, saving in work, optimum intermediate pressure, intercooling, minimum work for compression.
7. Compressible Flows and Steam Nozzles
Compressible Flows: Velocity of pressure pulse in a fluid, stagnation properties, one dimensional steady isentropic flow, critical propertieschoking in isentropic flow, normal shocks, adiabatic flow with friction and without friction, numerical problems.
Steam nozzles: Flow of steam through nozzles, shape of nozzles, effect of friction, critical pressure ratio, supersaturated flow.
Course 38. Robotics (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. C. Amarnath
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email : amarnath@me.iitb.ac.in
Telephone : (9122) 
Off 
: 
25677529 
Res : 
25678529 
2. Prof. B. Seth
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email :
Telephone : (9122) 
Off : 
25677504 
Res: 
25678504 
3. Prof. K. Kurien Issac
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email kurien@me.iitb.ac.in
Telephone : (9122) 
Off : 
25767540 
Fax: 
25726875 
4. Prof. P. S. Gandhi
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email : gandhi@me.iitb.ac.in
Telephone : (9122)
Off
:
25767519
5. Prof. P. Seshu
Res : 
25768519 
Fax: 
25726875 
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Powai, Mumbai 400 076
Email : seshu@me.iitb.ac.in
Telephone : (9122) 
Off : 
25767534 
Res: 
25768534 
Detailed Syllabus :
Module 1: Introduction (3 hrs)
Brief History, Types of robots, uses of robots, Present status and future trends in robotics, Overview of robot subsystems.
Module 2: (3hrs)
Issues in designing and controlling robots: resolution, repeatability and accuracy, transmission, Robot configurations and concept of workspace, Mechanisms and transmission.
Module 3: Robot Anatomy 1: End effectors and actuators (3hrs)
Different types of grippers, vacuum and other methods of gripping. Pneumatic, hydraulic and electric actuators.
Module 4: Robot Anatomy 2: Sensors and controllers (4hrs)
Internal and external sensors, position, velocity and acceleration sensors, proximity sensors, force sensors, laser range finder, camera. Microcontrollers, DSP, centralized controllers, real time operating systems.
Module 5: Task specification (3hrs)
Point to point and continuous motion specifications for typical applications, joint interpolation, task space interpolation, executing user specified tasks
Module 6: Robot analysis 1 (3hrs)
Position and orientation of rigid bodies, spatial mechanism description, DenavitHartenberg notation, homogenous transformation.
Module 7: Robot analysis 2 (3hrs)
Forward and inverse position analysis, velocity mapping, static force analysis, singularities, acceleration mapping.
Module 8: Robot control (4hrs)
Independent joint control, PD and PID feedback, actuator models, nonlinearity of manipulator models, issues in nonlinear control, force feedback, hybrid control
Module 9: Motion planning(3hrs)
Obstacle avoidance, configuration space, road map methods, graph search algorithms, potential field methods.
Module 10: Robot vision 1 (3hrs)
Camera model and perspective transformation, image processing fundamentals for robotic applications, image acquisition and preprocessing.
Module 11: Robot vision 2 (3hrs)
Segmentation and region characterization, object recognition by image matching and based on features, Problem of binpicking.
Module 12: Futuristic topics in Robotics (3hrs)
Microrobotics and MEMS (Micro electro mechanical systems), Fabrication technology for microrobotics, stability issues in legged robots, underactuated manipulators
Module 13: Case studies (4 hrs)
1. Robot in assembly (Puma)
2. Mobile robot (Nataraj)
TOTAL HOURS : 42
Course 28. Fluid Machinery (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. Anoop. K. Dass
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology , Guwahati
North Guwahati, Guwahati – 781039
Email : anoop@iitg.ernet.in
Telephone : (91 361) 
Off 
: 
2582654 
Res : 
2584654 
Detailed Syllabus :
PART –I: General Considerations
Introduction Module1: Nomenclature – Concepts – Theoretical aspects L1: Classification of Fluid Machinery, stage, stator, rotor L2: Cylindrical coordinate system, Moment of momentum, notations L3: Euler Equation for turbomachinery L4: Concept of relative velocity, Velocityvector equation, Velocity triangle L5: Performance indices like power, efficiency
Module2: Dimensional Analysis & Similitude L6: Dimensional Analysis L7: Similitude
PART –II: Hydraulic Turbines
Introduction Module3: Impulse Turbines L8 & L9: Pelton wheel, its geometry and working; performance parameters; conditions for optimum operation L10: Brief description of a hydel plant; need for governing; governing technique
Module4: Reaction Turbines L11: Radialflow reaction (Francis) turbine; geometry and working; flow at entry; velocity diagram. L12: Francis turbine contd.; net head across a reaction turbine; draft tube; justification of inward flow arrangement; flow rate; performance parameters; L13: Axialflow reaction (propeller and Kaplan turbine); geometry and working; velocity diagram; performance parameters. L14: Draft tube and cavitation; net positive suction head (NPSH); Installation of reaction turbines. (Note: An additional lecture may be necessary)
Module5: Dimensional Analysis & Similitude
L15: Dimensional Analysis; head, flow and power coefficient; nondimensional specific speed.
L16:
Similitude; geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity.
PART –III: Rotodynamic Pumps
Introduction Module6: Centrifugal pumps
L17: Types; geometry and working; elementary pump theory; Euler equation; Bernoulli equation in rotating coordinates L18: Velocity diagrams at entry and exit of the impeller; output and performance parameters
– manometric head, manometric efficiency, overall efficiency; effect of blade angle on pump
head. L19: Pump performance curves and similarity rules; NPSH and cavitation; specific speed for
pumps; pumps andf fluid networks.
Module7: Axialflow and Mixedflow Pumps
L 20 & L21: Specific speed and variation of shape; axialflow pump theory; performance of axial and mixedflow pumps.
Module8: general Aspects L22 & L23: Matching of pumps to system characteristics; pumps combined in parallel; multi stage pumps.
PART –IV: Positive Displacement Pumps
Introduction Module9: Reciprocating pumps L24: Geometry and working; installation; pressure diagram; pump head and efficiency. L25: Discharge and its variation with crank angle; pump with air cylinders – indicator diagram; theoretical and actual characteristic.
Module10: Rotary Pumps L26 & L27: Gear pump and performance curves; rotary vane pump and characteristics; screw pump.
PART –V: Compressors
Introduction Module11: Centrifugal Compressors L28: Geometry, definitions, working; velocity diagrams across the impeller. L29: Theoretical analysis; enthalpyentropy diagram of a stage; energy equation for the inlet casing, impeller and diffuser; conservation of rothalpy. L30: Inlet velocity limitations; optimum design of inlet; slip factor and correlations. L31: Head increase; performance – efficiency; effect of vane angle; diffuser system;
Module12: 2D Compressor Cascade L32 & L33: Twodimensional cascades; cascade nomenclature; Cascade forces – lift and drag; cascade efficiency; losses; cascade correlations.
Module13: Axialflow Compressors L34: Geometry and working; stage – stator and rotor blading; velocity diagram across the rotor; L35: Thermodynamics of the compressor stage; enthalpyentropy diagram for a stage; energy equation across the rotor and the diffuser; degree of reaction; stage loading; offdesign performance.
L36: Stage pressure rise; pressure ratio of a multistage compressor; work done factor; efficiency; L37: Stall and surge phenomenon; control of flow instabilities; axialflow ducted fans.
Module14: Reciprocating Compressors L38: Geometry and working; cycle analysis; actual indicator diagram, isothermal and volumetric efficiency. L39: Effect of multistage compression on volumetric efficiency; effect of intercooling; work of a multistage compressor.
PART –VI: Miscelleneous
Introduction Module15: Hydraulic Transmissions L40: Fluid coupling L41: Torque converter
Module16: Wind Turbine L42 & L43: Horizontal axis turbine and associated fluid mechanics; geometry and working; general aspects.
Module17: Power from sea wave L44: The Wells turbine
Module18: Pure Reaction Turbine L45: Lawn sprinkler etc.
(One or two additional lectures may be added later; minor shifting of topics from one lecture to another may be a necessity at the time of actual development of the course material)
Books:
1. S.L.Dixon, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery, 4e, Butterworth and Heinemann, 1998 (Main text book).
2. J.F.Douglas, J.M.Gasiorek and J.A.Swaffield, Fluid Mechanics, 3e (Ch 22, 23, 24 & 25), AddisonWesley, 1995 (International Student Edition 1999)
3. B.S.Massey, Mechanics of Fluids, 5e (Ch. 14 &9), Van Nostrand Reinhold (U.K.), 1983. H.I.H.Saravanamutto, G.F.C.Rogers and H.Cohen, Gas Turbine Theory, 5e (Ch. 4 & 5) Pearson Education (Singapore), 2001.
Course 16. Manufacturing Processes 1 (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
^{1}^{.} Prof. H. S. Shan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee247 667
Email : shanhfme@iitr.ernet.in
Telephone : (911332) 
Off 
: 
285680 
Res 
: 
271024, 285016 
2. Prof. S. R. Gupta
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee247 667
Email : srmedfme@iitr.ernet.in
Telephone : (911332) 
Off 
: 
285690 
Res : 
270228, 285122 
3. Prof. Pradeep Kumar
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee247 667
Email : kumarfme@iitr.ernet.in
Telephone : (911332) 
Off 
: 
285602 
Res 
: 
270211, 285130 
Detailed Syllabus :
Metal Forming
Elastic and plastic deformation. Concept of strain hardening. Hot and cold working processes rolling, forging, extrusion, swaging, wire and tube drawing. Machines and equipment for the processes. Parameters and force calculations. Test methods for formability.
Sheet Metal Working
Applications of sheet formed products. Shearing mechanism. Processes like blanking, piercing,
punching, trimming, etc. Forming processes like bending, cup drawing, coining, embossing,
etc.
metal working; Part feeding systems; Elements of die; punch and die clearances; Progressive, compound and combination dies. High energy rate forming processes.
Presses
for
sheet
Powder Metallurgy
Introduction. Production of metal powders. Compaction and sintering processes. Secondary and finishing operations. Economics, advantages, and applications of powder metallurgy.
Metal Casting
Introduction: Brief History, Advantages and Limitations, Applications
Patterns: Pattern materials, allowances, types of pattern, color code scheme
Sand Casting: Green and dry sand casting process, types of sand, molding sand and its properties, molding sand composition.
Cores: Use, core material, types of cores, advantages and limitations, core prints, chaplets
Gating and Risering System: Element of gating systems, types of gates, Riser design considerations
Special Molding Processes: Carbon dioxide molding process, Investment casting process, Die casting process, shell molding process, Full molding process, VacuumSealed casting process
Casting defects: Causes and remedies of defects such as blowholes, pinholes, blisters, hot tears, cold shut, metal penetration,
Melting Practices: cupola: charge calculations, construction; other furnaces: working of
induction furnace, crucible furnace, and reverberate furnace
Welding Introduction: Principle of welding, general applications such as construction of bridges, towers, automobiles & electronic circuits, etc.
Classification of welding processes Classification based on application of filler material &
without filler material, source of energy, fusion and pressure welding processes. Various
joining processes such as welding, brazing and soldering.
Soldering and brazing: Difference between both the processes, consumables used, methods of
brazing, fluxes used, their purpose and flux residue treatment. Arc welding power sources;
Conventional welding transformers, rectifiers & current and voltage. The influence of these
power sources on welding.
Manual metal arc(MMA) or shielded metal arc (SMA) welding: Equipment requirement, electrodes for welding of structural steels, coating constituents and their functions, types of coatings; ISI electrode classification for plain carbon steel (IS 815:1974 & IS 814:1991), current and voltage selection for electrodes.
Submerged arc welding (SAW): Process details, consumables such as fluxes and wires for welding mild steel, variations in submerged arc welding process like single wire, tandem wire, parallel wires, field of applications.
Gas metal arc welding (GMAW) or MIG/MAG welding: Process details, shielding gases, electrode wires, their sizes, and welding current ranges.
TIG welding: Process details, power sources requirements, electrode sizes and materials, current carrying capacities of different electrodes, shielding gases, application of process.
Resistance welding: General principle of heat generation in resistance welding, application of
resistance welding processes. Process details and working principle of spot, seam, and.
projection welding, electrode materials, shapes of electrodes, electrode cooling, selection of
welding currents, voltages, II manufacture of resistance seam welded (RSW) tubes by seam
welding.
Lecture Details:
1. 
Elastic and plastic deformation. Concept of strain hardening. Hot and cold working 
2. 
Processes: Forging, rolling, extrusion. Equipment for these processes. Parameters and force calculations. 
3. 
Processes: Swaging, wire and tube drawing. Equipment for these rocesses.Parameters and force calculations. 
4. 
Tests for formability of sheet metal. Applications of sheet formed products. 
5. 
Sheet metal shearing mechanism.Processes – blanking,punching,piercing,trimming. 
6. 
Processes bending, cup drawing, coining, embossing. 
7. 
Elements of presses for sheet metal working. Sheet metal part feeding systems. 
8. 
Elements of a die: punch and die clearances, Progressive, compound, and combination dies. 
9. 
Introduction to highenergy rate forming processes. 
10. 
Introduction to powder metallurgy, and P/M processes methods of powder production. Blending of metal powders. 
11. 
Compaction and sintering of metal powders 
12. 
Secondary and finishing operations of P/M parts. Design considerations for P/M parts. 
Economics, advantages and limitations of P/M parts.
13. Introduction: Brief History, Advantages and Limitations, Applications
14. Patterns: Pattern materials, advantages and limitations.
15. Pattern allowances, types of pattern, color code scheme.
16. Sand Casting: Green and dry sand casting process
17. Types of sand and their properties, advantages and limitations.
18. Molding sand and its properties, molding sand composition.
19. Cores: Use, core material, types of cores, advantages and limitations, core prints, chaplets.
20.
Gating System: Element of gating systems, types of gates.
21.
Riser System: use, placement, riser design considerations.
22. Special Molding Processes: Carbon dioxide molding process, Investment casting process,
advantages and limitations.
23. Die casting process, shell molding process, advantages and limitations.
24. Full molding process, VacuumSealed casting process, advantages and limitations.
25. Casting defects: Causes and remedies of defects such as blowholes, pinholes, blisters, hot
tears, cold shut, metal penetration.
26. 
Melting Practices: cupola: charge calculations, construction. 
27. 
Other furnaces: working of induction furnace, crucible furnace, and reverberate furnace. 
28 
& 29 Introduction : Principle of welding, general applications such as construction of bridges, 
towers, automobiles & electronic circuits, etc.
30 & 31 Classification of welding processes Classification based on application of filler material
& without filler material, source of energy, fusion and pressure welding processes. Various
joining processes such as welding, brazing and soldering.
32 & 33 Soldering and brazing: Difference between both the processes, consumables used,
methods of brazing, fluxes used, their purpose and flux residue treatment.
34 & 35 Arc welding power sources; Conventional welding transformers, rectifiers & current and
voltage. The influence of these power sources on welding.
36 & 37 Manual metal arc(MMA) or shielded metal arc (SMA) welding: Equipment requirement,
electrodes for welding of structural steels, coating constituents and their functions, types of
coatings; ISI electrode classification for plain carbon steel (IS 815:1974 & IS 814:1991),
current and voltage selection for electrodes.
38 & 39 Submerged arc welding (SAW): Process details, consumables such as fluxes and wires
for welding mild steel, variations in submerged arc welding process like single wire, tandem
wire, parallel wires, field of applications.
40 & 41 Gas metal arc welding(GMA W) or MIG/MAG welding: Process details, shielding gases,
electrode wires, their sizes, and welding current ranges.
42 & 43 TIG welding: Process details, power sources requirements, electrode sizes and
materials, current carrying capacities of different electrodes, shielding gases, application of
process.
44 & 45 Resistance welding: General principle of heat generation in resistance welding,
application of resistance welding processes. Process details and working principle of spot, seam,
and projection welding, electrode materials, shapes of electrodes, electrode cooling, selection of
welding currents, voltages, manufacture of resistance seam welded (RSW) tubes by seam
welding.
Course 36. Vibration Engineering (Web Course)
Faculty Coordinator(s) :
1. Prof. Rajiv Tiwari
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
North Guwahati, Guwahati – 781039
Email : rtiwari@iitg.ernet.in
2691174 

Telephone :(91361) 
Off 
: 
2582667 
2691090 

Res : 

2584667 

2. Prof. S. K. Dwivedy 

Department of Mechanical Engineering 

Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati 

North Guwahati, Guwahati – 781039 

Email : : dwivedy@iitg.ernet.in 

Telephone : (91361) 
Off 
: 
2582670 
Res : 
2584670 
Detailed Syllabus :
S.N. 
Modules 
Lectures 
Lecture Contents 
Remarks 
1 
I. Introduction 
i 
Overview of the course, practical applications and research trends 
RT01 
2 
ii 
Harmonic and periodic motions, vibration terminology 
RT02 

3 
II. 
i 
Vibration model, Equation of motion Natural Frequency 
RT03 
SingleDOF 

4 
Free 
ii 
Energy method, Rayleigh method 
RT04 
5 
Vibrations 
iii 
Principle of virtual work, Damping models. 
RT05 
6 
III. 
i 
Viscously damped free vibration 
RT06 
7 
SingleDOF 
ii 
Special cases: oscillatory, nonoscillatory and critically damped motions. 
RT07 
Free 

8 
Vibrations 
iii 
Logarithmic decrement, Experimental determination of damping coefficient. 
RT08 
9 
III. 
i 
Forced harmonic vibration, Magnification factor. 
RT09 
SingleDOF 

10 
Forced 
ii 
Rotor unbalance, Transmissibility 
RT10 
11 
Vibrations 
iii 
Vibration Isolation 
RT11 
12 
iv 
Equivalent viscous damping, Sharpness of resonance. 
RT12 

13 
IV. 
i 
Generalized and Principal coordinates, derivation of equations of motion 
SKD01 
TwoDOF Free 

14 
Vibrations 
ii 
Lagrange’s equation 
SKD02 
15 
iii 
Coordinate coupling 
SKD03 

16 
iv 
Forced Harmonic vibration 
SKD04 

17 
V. Vibration 
i 
Tuned absorber, determination of mass ratio. 
SKD05 
Absorber 

18 
ii 
Tuned and damped absorber, unturned viscous damper. 
SKD06 

19 
VI. 
i 
Derivation of equations of motion, influence coefficient method 
SKD07 
MultiDOF 

20 
ii 
Properties of vibrating systems: flexibility and stiffness matrices, reciprocity theorem 
SKD08 

21 
iii 
Modal analysis: undamped 
SKD09 

22 
iv 
Modal analysis: damped 
SKD10 

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SKD: Santosh Kumar Dwivedy 

23 
VII. 
i 
Rayleigh method 
SKD11 
24 
Calculation of 
ii 
Stodala method 
SKD12 
25 
natural 
iii 
Matrix iteration method 
SKD13 
26 
frequencies 
iv 
Holzer method and Dunkerley’s method 
SKD14 
27 
VIII. 
i 
Simple systems with one or two rotor masses 
RT13 
Torsional 

28 
vibration 
ii 
MultiDOF systemstransfer matrix method 
RT14 
29 
iii 
Geared system 
RT15 

30 
iv 
Branched system 
RT16 

31 
IX. 
i 
Vibration of strings 
SKD15 
32 
Continuous 
ii 
Longitudinal and torsional vibration of rods 
SKD16 
33 
systems : 
iii 
Transverse vibration of beams: equations of motion and boundary conditions 
SKD17 
closed form 

34 
solutions 
iv 
Transverse vibration of beams: natural frequencies and mode shapes 
SKD18 
35 
X. 
i 
Rayleigh’s energy method 
SKD19 
36 
Continuous 
ii 
RayleighRitz method 
SKD20 
37 
systems : 
iii 
Assumed modes and Galerkin’s method 
SKD21 
Approximate 

solutions 

38 
XI. 
i 
Finite element formulation for beams: 
RT17 
Finite element 
Galerkin’s method 

39 
analysis 
ii 
Beams elemental mass and stiffness matrices, Elemental force vector, 
RT18 
40 
iii 
Global finite element assembly and imposition of boundary conditions and solution procedure. 
RT19 

41 
iv 
Finite element formulation for rods. 
RT20 

42 
XI. 
i 
Vibration testing equipments: signal generation, measuring and conditioning instruments 
RT21 
Signature 

analysis and 

43 
preventive 
ii 
Vibration testing equipments: signal analysis instruments 
RT22 
maintenance 

44 
iii 
Vibration signatures and standards 
RT23 

45 
iv 
Field balancing of rotors 
RT24 
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (Web Course)
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1. Prof. M. Ramgopal
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology
Kharagpur
Kharagpur – 721302
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Telephone : (913222) 282 986 (Office)
Detailed Syllabus :
Lesson 1 History of Refrigeration
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Lesson 4 Review of fundamental principles – Thermodynamics: Part I
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