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CENTURION UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT

ODISHA-761211, INDIA,
Web Site: -www.cutm.ac.in

B.Tech Programme in Engineering & Technology New Regulation


(2012 13 Admitted Batch onwards)
Branch: Mechanical Engineering

CENTURION UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY &MANAGEMENT:ODISHA


B.TECH PROGRAMME IN ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY - NEW REGULATIONS
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:: B.TECH II YEAR

Code
BTCH 2101
BTME 2102
PCME 2103
PCME 2104

3rd Semester

4th Semester

Theory

Theory

Subject
Environmental Science
(Common to all
branches)

L-T-P

Credits

Code

3-1-0

BTMA 2201

Basic Metallurgy

3-1-0

BTME 2202

3-1-0

PCME 2203

3-1-0

PCME 2204

3-1-0

15-5-0

20

Advanced Mechanics of
Solids
Engineering
Thermodynamics
Management Core - I
Total Theory

BLHU 2109
/PLME2207

Practical/Sessional
Corporate Readiness
Lab / Machine Drawing

0-0-3

PLME 2106

Thermal Engineering
Lab 1

0-0-3

PLME 2107

MTM Lab

0-0-3

0-0-2

1*

0-0-11

Life Skills
Development*
Total Practical/Sessional
BLHU 2110

Subject
Mathematics-III
(Common to all
branches)
Basic Manufacturing
Science
Kinematics of
Machines
Fluid Mechanics &
Hydraulic Machines
Management Core - II
Total Theory

Practical/Sessional
Manufacturing
PLME 2206
Science Lab
PLME 2207 Machine Drawing /
/ BLHU
Corporate Readiness
2109
lab
Fluid Mechanics &
PLME 2208 Hydraulic Machines
Lab
Life Skills
BLHU 2210
Development*
Total Practical/Sessional

L-T-P

Credits

3-1-0

3-1-0

3-1-0

3-1-0

3-1-0

15-5-0

20

0-0-3

0-0-3

0-0-3

0-0-2

1*

0-0-11

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS

26

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS

26

TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS

83

TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS

109

Total Contact Hours.

31

Total Contact Hours.

31

* Not to be counted for CGPA computations

3rd SEMESTER
BTCH 2101

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4


(Common to all branches)

MODULE- I (15Hrs)
Environment and its multidisciplinary nature; Need for public awareness; Renewable and non-renewable
resources forest, water, mineral, land, food and energy resources; Structure and function of ecosystems of
forest, grass land, desert and aquatic types;
MODULE -II (16Hrs)
Biodiversity and its conservation; Biodiversity at global, national and local levels; Threats to biodiversityHabitat loss; wild life poaching and man-wildlife conflicts; Endangered and endemic species; conservation
measures.
Causes, effects and control measures of pollution, air, water, marine thermal and noise pollution;
Nuclear hazards; solid-waste management Causes, effects and control measures; Management of disasters due
to natural causes of floods, earthquakes, cyclones and landslides.
MODULE -III(16Hrs)
Social issues and the environment; Sustainable environment, Water conservation measures; Rain water
harvesting; Resettlement and rehabilitation of people; Climate change and global warming; Acid rain; Ozone
layer depletion; water land reclamation; Consumerism and waste products;
Features of Environment Protection Act, Air pollution and Control of Pollution Acts; Water Pollution and its
Control Act. Effects of Pollution explosion on environment and public health; Need for value education to
Protect environment and resources.
Text Book:
Anubhav Kaushik & C.P. Kaushik : Environmental Studies - New age International Publishers
Reference Books:
1. Benny Joseph : Environmental Studies - Tata Mac Graw Hill
2. E. Bharucha : Text book of Environmental Studies for Under graduate courses Universities Press.
(Book prepared by UGC Committee.
BTME 2102 BASIC METALLURGY (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4
MODULE-I (18 Hrs)
Classification of Engineering Materials, Engineering properties of materials. Characteristic property of metals,
bonding in solids, primary bonds like ionic, covalent and metallic bond, crystal systems, common crystal
structure of metals, representations of planes and directions in crystals, atomic packing in crystals, calculation
of packing density, voids in common crystal structures and imperfections crystals.
Concept of plastic deformation of metals, critical resolve shear stress, dislocation theory, deformation by slip
and twin, plastic deformation in polycrystalline metals, yield point phenomenon and related effects, concept of
cold working preferred orientation. Annealing ; recovery; recrystalization and grain growth; hot working.
MODULE-II (18 Hrs)
Concept of alloy formation, types of alloys, solid solutions, factors governing solids solubility viz. size factor,
valency factor, crystal structure factor and chemical affinity factor; order-disorder transformation.
Binary phase diagrams a) Isomorphism system, (b) Eutectic system, (c) Peritectic system, (d)Eutectoid system
and (e) Peritectoid system. Allotropic transformation. Lever rule and its application, Interpretation of
solidification behaviors and microstructure of different alloys belonging to those systems, Effect of nonequilibrium cooling, coring and homogenization.
Iron-cementite and iron-graphite phase diagrams, microstructure and properties of different alloys (alloy steels;
stainless steel, tool steel, HSS, high strength low alloy steel) types of cast iron, their microstructures and typical
uses. Specification of steel

T.T.T. diagram: concept of heat treatment of steels i.e. annealing, normalizing, hardening and tempering;
microstructural effects brought about by these processes and their influences on mechanical properties; factor
affecting hardenability.
MODULE-III (12 Hrs)
Nano Sciences: Introduction to Nano sciences, nanoparticles, nano tubes, nano wires, nano structured thin wall
films and application of nano materials in medicine, fuel cell, catalysis(only general idea)
Composite Materials: Agglomerated Materials: Cermets .Reinforced Materials: Reinforced Concrete. Glass
fiber reinforced plastics, Carbon fibre reinforced plastics, fibre reinforced plastics, Laminated plastic sheets.
Tefnol, Properties of composites, Metal matrix composites, manufacturing procedure for fiber reinforced
composite.
Text Books:
1. Engineering Physical Metallurgy and Heat Treatment by Y.Lakhtin, Mir Publisher, Moscow.
2. Introduction to Physical Metallurgy by Avner, Tata McGraw Hill
3. Materials Science and Engineering by W.D.Callister, Wiley and Sons Inc.
4. A text book of Nano Science by Dr.Sunita Singh , Dhanpat Rai Publications.
Reference Books
1. Physical Metallurgy: Principles and Practice by Ragahvan, PHI
2. The Science and Engineering of Materials by Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep P Phule, Thomson Learning
(India Edition)
3. Mechanical Metallurgy by Dieter, Tata MacGraw Hill
4. Materials Science and Metallurgy By Daniel Yesudian, Scitech
5. Materials Science by M.S. Vijaya , G.Rangarajan, TMH
PCME 2103 ADVANCED MECHANICS OF SOLIDS (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4
MODULE I (18 hours)
Stress Analysis: Analysis of biaxial stress, Principal stress, Principal plane, Mohrs circle for biaxial stress. 3D
Analysis of Stress: Stresses in three dimensions, Principal Stresses, Stress Invariants, Mohrs Circle for 3-Dstate
of stress, Octahedral Stresses, Plane state of stress, Differential equations of equilibrium.
Strain analysis: Analysis of biaxial strain, Principal strains, calculation of principal stresses from principal
strains, Mohrs circle for biaxial strain. 3D Analysis of Strain: State of strain at a point, Strain Invariant,
Principal Strains, Plane state of strain, Compatibility conditions, Strain rosette.
Theories of Failure: Various yield criteria
MODULE II (16 hours)
Torsion: Torsion of circular shafts, Comparison of solid and hollow shafts, Shafts in series and parallel, Strain
energy in shear and torsion, Stresses due to combined bending and torsion, close coiled helical springs.
Column and Struts: Eulers theory for long columns, end conditions, equivalent length, slenderness ratio,
Rankines empirical formula, Columns subjected to eccentric loading.
Deflection of Beams: Differential equation of the elastic line, Slope and deflection of beams by integration
method, Macaulays method and area moment method. Energy Methods: Work done by forces and elastic strain
energy, Strain energy method, Castiglianos theorem.

MODULE III (16 hours)


Axisymmetric problems: Stresses in thin cylinders, thin spherical shells under internal pressure -wire winding
of thin cylinders. Thick walled cylinder subjected to internal and external pressures, Compound cylinders,
Shrink fit allowance.
Unsymmetrical Bending: Asymmetrical bending, Properties of beam cross sections, Slope of neutral axis,
Stresses and deflections in unsymmetrical bending; Shear center of thin wall beam cross section.
Curved beams: Bending of beams of large initial curvature, Stress distribution in beam with rectangular,
circular and trapezoidal cross section, stresses in crane hooks, ring and chain links, Location of neutral axis.
Text books:
1. Advanced Mechanics of Solids, L.S. Srinath, Tata McGraw Hill
2. Strength of Materials by Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishers
3. Strength of Materials by R.K. Rajput, S. Chand
Reference Books:
1. Advanced Mechanics of Materials: A.P. Boresi and R.J. Schmidt, Willey-India
2. Mechanics of Materials by R.C. Hibbeler, Pearson Education
3. Mechanics of Materials by Beer and Johnston, Tata McGraw Hill
4. Mechanics of Materials by James M. Gere, Thomson
5. Learning Engineering Machanics of Solids by Egor P. Popov, Prentice Hall of India
PCME 2104 ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4
MODULE-I (13 Hrs)
1. Review of First and Second laws: First law analysis of unsteady flow control volumes, Entropy, Reversible
work, Availability, and Irreversibility.
2. General Thermodynamic property relations:
The Maxwell relations, The Clapeyron equation, The TdS relations, Isothermal compressibility and volume
expansivity, The Joule-Thomson coefficient.
3. Reciprocating Air Compressors: Introduction (Uses of compressed air), The reciprocating cycle neglecting
and considering clearance volume,Volumetric efficiency and its effect on compressor performance, Limitations
of single stage compression,Multistage compression and intercooling, Optimum intercooler pressure,
Performance and design calculationsof reciprocating compressors, Air motors.
MODULE -II (11 Hrs)
4. Vapor Power Cycles: Introduction Power cycles, The Carnot vapor cycle and its limitations, The Rankine
cycle, Means of increasing the Rankine cycle efficiency, The reheat cycle, The regenerative feed heating cycle,
The binary vapor cycle, The gas-vapor coupled cycles, Cogeneration.
5. Gas Power Cycles: Air standard cycles-Otto, Diesel, Dual Combustion and Brayton cycles, The Brayton
cycle with non-isentropicflow in compressors and turbines, The Brayton cycle with regeneration, reheating and
intercooling,
MODULE -III (15 Hrs)
6. Refrigeration cycles:
i) Air Refrigeration System: Introduction, Unit of refrigeration, Coefficient of performance, Reversed Carnot
Cycle, Bell Coleman air refrigerator, Problem illustration and solution.

ii) Vapour Compression System: Analysis of theoretical vapour compression cycle, Representation of cycle on
T -S and p -h diagram, Simple saturation cycle, sub-cooled cycle and super-heated cycle, Effect of suction and
discharge pressure on performance, Problem illustration and solution.
iii) Vapour Absorption System: Simple Ammonia -absorption system, Improved absorption system, Electrolux
Refrigerator, Lithium-Bromide Absorption Refrigeration System, Comparison of Absorption System with
Vapour Compression System
Text Books:
1. Engineering Thermodynamics by P. K. Nag, Publisher: TMH Chapters (4.1; 6.4; 6.5; 7; 8; 11; 12; 13 and 14)
2. Engineering Thermodynamics by Y.V.C. Rao, University Press Chapters (4; 5; 6; 7 and 8)
3. Fundamentals of Thermodynamics by Sonntag, Borgnakke, Van Wylen, John Wiley & Sons Chapters (5.1;
7.2; 8; 10; 11 and 13)
4. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics by E. Rathakrishnan, PHI Chapters ( 2.4; 4.4; 4.5; 4.6; 5; 6;
9; 10; 11.1; 11.2; 11.3; 11.4; 11.10;11.11 and 13)
5. Thermodynamics, An engineering Approach, 3rd edition by YunusA.Cengel and Michael A.Bole
Chapters ( 3.5; 5.0; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10.1; 10.2; 10.3; 10.8; 10.9 and 11)
Reference Books:
1. Engineering Thermodynamics by M.Achyuthan, PHI
2. Steam Tables in SI Units by Ramalingam, Scitech
3. Steam Tables by C.P.Kothandaraman, New Age International
MANAGEMENT CORE -I (3-1-0) CREDITS:4
Common to all Branches. Syllabus as prescribed by School of Management. Refer Annexure -I for list
of subjects and syllabus
BLHU 2109 CORPORATE READINESS LABORATORY / PLME 2207 MACHINE DRAWING@
(0-0-3) CREDITS:2
CORPORATE READINESS LABORATORY
Common to all Branches. Students to conduct projects offered / identified which are oriented towards
corporate awareness and requirements. The list of exercises are dynamic and shall be changed by the
instructors incharge taking into consideration regional / national / global changes and requirements.
Note: @Syllabus for PLME 2207 Machine Drawing given in 4th Semester.

PLME 2106 THERMAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY-1 (0-0-3) CREDITS:2

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Study of Two/Four stroke petrol/diesel engine.


Valve timing diagram of four-stroke petrol/diesel engines.
Temperature measuring devices Thermocouple
Temperature measuring devices Pyrometer
Load test on petrol Engine.
Load test on diesel engine
Morse test on multi-cylinder petrol/diesel engine.
Study of differential and transmission system of automobile.

9. Study of electric circuit and ignition system of automobile.


10. Determination of Flash Point and Fire Point.
PLME 2107 MATERIAL TESTING & METROLOGY LABORATORY (0-0-3) CREDITS:2
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Equilibrium of Coplanar Forces


Moment of Inertia of Fly wheel
Tensile Test
Compression Test
Hardness Test
Torsion Test
Impact test
Spring test
Deflection of Cantilever & Simply Supported beams
Study of Microstructure of ferrous &Non ferrous materials

BLHU 2110 LIFE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY (0-0-3) CREDITS:0


Common to all Branches. Will be conducted from 1st to 6th Semesters for all branches. No credits added
but the students are required to get qualified as prescribed by the T & P cell for being able to and
considered for placement. The exercises to be carried out shall be decided as per the industrys
requirements from time to time.

4th SEMESTER
BTMA 2201 MATHEMATICS-III (3-1-0) CREDITS:4
(Common to all branches)

MODULE-I (18 Hrs)


Partial Differential Equation of First Order, Linear and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations, Charpits
Method, Homogeneous and Non-homogeneous Linear Partial Differential Equations with Constant
Coefficients, Cauchy Type Differential Equation, Solution of Second Order Partial Differential Equation.

MODULE-II (16 Hrs)


Complex Analysis: Analytic Function , Cauchy-Riemann Equations, Laplace Equation, Harmonic Function,
Linear Fractional Transformation , Line Integral in the Complex plane, Cauchys Integral Theorem, Cauchys
Integral Formula, Derivatives of Analytic Function.

MODULE-III (14 Hrs)


Power Series,Taylors Series, Maclaurin Series, Laurents Series, Singularities and Zeroes, Residue Theorem,
Residue Integration Method, Evaluation of Real Integrals.

Text Books:
1) Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Raman Publisher: TMH Chapters : 18(18.1 to 18.8, 18.10)
2) Advanced Engineering Mathematics by E. Kreyszig Publisher: Johnwilley& Sons Inc-8th Edition
Chapters : 12 (12.1 to 12.4, 12.9) ; 13, 14 (14.2,14.4) & 15.

Reference Books:
1) Advanced Engineering Mathematics by P.V. ONeil Publisher: Thomson
2) Fundamentals of Complex Analysis (with Applications to Engineering and Science) by E.B. Saff& A.D.
Snider Publisher: Pearson
BTME 2202 BASIC MANUFACTURING SCIENCE (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4
MODULE-I
Introduction and Overview of Manufacturing (4hrs)
What is manufacturing? Importance, materials in Manufacturing, Manufacturing Processes, Production Systems
Foundry Technology (14hrs.)
Metal Casting: introduction, advantages and disadvantages, ferrous and non-ferrous casting, casting
processes: sand casting-, pattern: definition, pattern materials, pattern allowances, types of patterns, mould
making: general aspects, types of moulds, moulding processes, mould and cores, binder for shell moulding,
moulding sand: sand types, characteristics, compositions, sand testing, binders characteristics,die casting
,vacuum casting, slush casting, investment casting, , centrifugal casting,melting equipment cupola andcrucible
furnace,arc furnace, induction furnace, solidification and cooling, elements of a gating and riser system,
defects in casting, degasification and inoculation of metals.

MODULE -II
WeldingTechnology (16hrs.)
Metal Joining:: Physics of welding, Welding classification advantages, disadvantages and applications of
various welding processes, gas welding & cutting: oxy-acetylene welding,flux and filler,types of Gas Flames,
Gas welding techniques, Arc welding: SMAWPrinciple and equipment, types of electrodes, functions of
coatings and AWS Classification and Coding, welding positions,, types of joints, TIG (GTAW),MIG
(GMAW)& flux-cored arc welding, resistance welding:spot andseam welding parameter, flash butt welding,
thermit welding, friction welding, weldablity, Modern Welding Methods like plasma Arc, Laser Beam,
Electron Beam, Ultrasonic, Explosive Welding, edge preparation in butt welding.Destructive and NonDestructiveTesting of welding, welding defects,design considerations in welding,Brazing and soldering,
adhesive bonding
MODULE -III
Metal Forming Technology (14hrs.)
Plastic deformation and yield criteria, relation between tensile and shear stress, cold and hot working, Rolling:
principle and mechanism, defects, types of rolling mills, Forging: classification Open-die Forging (Hand
Forging, Power Forging), Impression-die and Closed-die Forging, Smith Forging, Drop and Press forging,
Machine forging, Forging defects. Drawing: methods and variables, wire drawing, Extrusions: advantages and
disadvantages, Direct, Indirect, Impact and Hydrostatic extrusion and their applications, Extrusion of tubes,
defects, Sheet metal work:Bending, Forming and deep drawing, shearing, Punching and blanking-method
and application, principles of powder metallurgy, Brief introduction to explosive forming and coating
Text Books:
1. Principles of Manufacturing Materials & Processes Campbell J. S., Publisher McGraw Hill.
2. Manufacturing Science A Ghosh, A.K. Mallik. Affiliated East-West Press Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
3. Manufacturing technology -P.N. Rao, Tata McGraw Hill publication.
4. A Textbook of Manufacturing Technology (Manufacturing Processes) -R. K. Rajput, Laxmi Publications.
Reference Books:
1. A Text Book of Production Engineering -P.C.Sharma, S.Chand.
2. Mechanical Metallurgy by Dieter, Mc-Graw Hill.
3. Welding Technology by R.A. Little, TMH.
4. Manufacturing Engineering & Technology by Kalpakjian, Pearson Pub.
PCME 2203 KINEMATICS OF MACHINES (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4
MODULE -I (15 Hrs)
Mechanisms : Basic Kinematic concepts and definitions, Mechanism, Link, Kinematic Pair, Classification of
kinematic pairs, Degrees of freedom, Kinematic chain, Binary Ternary and Quaternary joints and links, Degrees
of freedom for plane mechanism, Grueblers criterion, Inversion of mechanism, Four bar chains and their
inversions, Single slider crank chain, Double slider crank chain and their inversion.
Kinematic Analysis: Determination of velocity using graphical and analytical techniques, Instantaneous
centre method, Relative velocity method, Kennedy theorem, Velocity in four bar mechanism, Slider crank
mechanism, Rubbing velocity at a Pin-joint.

Acceleration diagram of a slider crank mechanism, Coriolis component of acceleration and its applications.
Mechanisms with lower pairs: Motor Vehicle Steering Gears -Davis Steering Gear & Ackermann Steering
Gear, Hookes Joint.
MODULE -II (17 Hrs)
Cams : Types of cams, Types of followers, Types of follower motions -Simple Harmonic, Uniform Velocity
and Constant Acceleration & Retardation Types, Analysis for Displacement, velocity and Acceleration of
Follower, Generation of Cam Profiles by Graphical Method, Introduction on Cams with specified contours.
Gears: Gearing terminology, spur, bevel, helical, worm, gears, Gear Trains: Simple Train, Compound train,
Reverted train, epicyclic gear train and their applications.
Toothed gears: Gear terminology, law of gearing , Theory of shape and action of tooth properties and methods
of generation of standard tooth profiles, Standard proportions, Path of contact, Arc of contact, Contact ratio,
Interference and Under Cutting, Methods for eliminating Interference, Minimum number of teeth to avoid
interference.
MODULE -III (15 Hrs)
Brakes & Dynamometers: Classification of brakes, Analysis of simple block, Band and internal expanding
shoe brake, Braking of a vehicle. Absorption and transmission dynamometers, Prony brake, Rope brake, Band
brake dynamometer, Belt transmission dynamometer, Torsion dynamometer.
Belt, rope and chain drives, Initial tension, Effect of centrifugal tension on power transmission, Maximum
power transmission capacity, Belt creep and slip.
Friction of a screw and nut, Square threaded screw, V-threaded screw, Pivot and collar friction, friction
circle, Friction axis, Friction clutches, Transmission of power by single plate, mutiplate and cone clutches.
Text Books
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4.

Theory of Machines by Thomas Bevan, CBS Publications


Theory of Machines by S.S. Rattan, Tata MacGraw Hill
A Textbook of Theory of Machines by R. K. Bansal, Laxmi Publication
A. Ghosh & A. K. Mallick, Theory of Mechanisms and Machines -McGraw Hill

Reference
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Mechanism and Machine Theory by J.S.Rao and R.V.Dukipatti, New Age International
Theory of Machines by R.S.Khurmi and J.K.Gupta, S.Chand Publication
Theory of Machines by Sadhu Singh, Pearson Education
Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery by R. L. Norton, McGraw-Hill, Indian Edition

PCME 2204 FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4


MODULE - I

(14 Hrs)

Introduction: Scope of fluid mechanics and its development as a science. Review of fluid properties and
Hydrostatics.
Fluid kinematics: Introduction, description of fluid flow, classification of fluid flow. Definition of one, two and
three dimensional flows, Velocity and Accelerations, Stream lines, Streak lines and Path lines, Stream function
and Velocity potential, Circulation and Vorticity. Flow rate and continuity equation, differential equation of
continuity and momentum, Mathematical definitions of irrotational and rotational motion.
Fluid dynamics: Introduction, One dimensional Eulers equation of motion and its integration to obtain
Bernoullis equation, momentum equation, energy equation.
MODULE -II

(18 Hrs)

Flow through pipes (incompressible flow): Laminar and turbulent flow in pipes, Hydraulic mean radius,
Hydraulic Gradient Line (HGL), Total Energy Line (TEL). Minor losses, friction factor, Pipes in series and
parallel. Transmission of power. Water hammer in pipes. Flow through nozzles.
Measurements: Siphon, Venturi meter, Orifice meter, Pitot tube.
Dimensional analysis and similarities applied to fluid problems, Buckinghams pi theorem and applications.
Viscous incompressible flow: Introduction to Navier Stokes equation, Boundary layer flow, Couette flow,
Plane Poisuille and Hagen Poisuille flow.
Boundary layer Theory: Boundary layer growth over a flat plate, Boundary layer thickness, Displacement
thickness, Momentum thickness, Energy thickness.
MODULE -III

(18 Hrs)

Hydraulic Turbine: Classification, Impulse and Reaction turbine; Tangential, Radial and axial turbine,
Impulse Turbine: Pelton wheel, bucket dimensions, number of buckets in Pelton Wheel, efficiency and
performance curves.
Reaction Turbines: Francis turbine and Kaplan turbine, velocity triangle and efficiencies, performance
curve. Function of draft tube and casing.
Centrifugal Pump: constructional features, vane shape, velocity triangles, Efficiencies, Multi stage centrifugal
pumps, Pumps in series and parallel, Pump Characteristic, NPSH and Cavitation. Centrifugal and positive
displacement pump
Reciprocating Pump: Working principle, Discharge, work done and power requirement, Slip, Indicator
diagram.
Text Books
1. P.N. Modi & S.N. Seth, Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics, Standard Book House
Reference Books:
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A.K. Mohanty, Fluid Mechanics, Prentice Hall.


Robert W. Fox, Alan T. McDonald, Introduction to Fluid Mechanics ,Wiley Publications
A.K.Jain, Fluid Mechanics, Khanna Publishers
S. K. Som and G. Biswas, Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines, Tata McGraw-Hill.

MANAGEMENT CORE - II (3-1-0) CREDITS:4


Common to all Branches. Syllabus as prescribed by School of Management. Refer Annexure -I for list of
subjects and syllabus
PLME 2206 MANUFACTURING SCIENCE LABORATORY (0-0-3) CREDITS: 2
i. A job on lathe with taper turning, thread cutting, knurling and groove cutting
ii. Gear cutting (with index head) on milling m/c
iii. Working with shaper, planer and slotting m/c
iv. Working with surface/ cylindrical grinding
v. TIG/ MIG welding, gas cutting
PLME 2207 MACHINE DRAWING / BLHU 2109 CORPORATE READINESS LABORATORY @
(0-0-3) CREDITS:2
Note: @Syllabus for BLHU 2109 Carporate Readiness laboratory given in 3rd Semester.
PLME 2207 MACHINE DRAWING
Orthographic and Sectional drawing of Machine components: (Any seven)
Screw threads, Screwed fastenings, Turn Buckle, Keys, Cotter joints and Knuckle joints; Pulley; Flanged
coupling, Pedestal Bearing or Plummer Block.
Drawing of the following using AUTOCAD: (Any two)
1. Projection of solids
2. Nut & bolt and Fasteners
3. Cotter joint
4. Expansion joint
5. Shaft coupling
Text Books:
1. Machine Drawing by N.D.Bhatt, V.M.Panchal, Charotar Publishing House.
2. Machine Drawing by N.D.Junarkar, Pearson Education
3. Machine Drawing with AutoCAD by Goutam Pohit and Goutam Ghosh, Pearson Education
4. Machine Drawing includes AutoCAD by Ajeet Singh, Tata MacGraw Hill
Reference Books:
1. Machine Drawing by K.L.Narayana, P.Kannaiah, K.Venkata Reddy, New Age International
2. Engineering Drawing and Graphics using AUTOCAD by T.Jayapoovan, Vikas Publishing
3. Engineering Drawing by N.D.Bhatt, Charotar
4. Engineering Drawing and Graphics + AutoCAD by K.Venugopal, New Age International
PLME 2208 FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES LABORATORY (0-0-3)
CREDITS: 2
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Verifications of Bernoullis equation through a convergent and divergent passage.


Friction flow through Pipes
Determination of Metacentric Height
Flow through Orifice meter

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Flow through Small orifice


Determination of Co-efficient of Discharge through V-notch
Experiments on impact of Jets
Experiments on performance of centrifugal pump
Experiments on performance of reciprocating pump
Performance characteristics of Gear Pump.
Experiments on performance of Francis Turbine
Experiments on performance of Pelton Turbine
Experiments on performance of Kaplan Turbine
Model study of Turbine Runners and Pump impellers
BLHU 2210 LIFE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY (0-0-3) CREDITS:0

Common to all Branches. Will be conducted from 1st to 6th Semesters for all branches. No credits added
but the students are required to get qualified as prescribed by the T & P cell for being able to and
considered for placement. The exercises to be carried out shall be decided as per the industrys
requirements from time to time.

CENTURION UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY &MANAGEMENT:ODISHA


B.TECH PROGRAMME IN ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY - NEW REGULATIONS
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:: B.TECH III YEAR
5th Semester

6th Semester

Theory

Theory

Code

Subject
Dynamics of Machines
PCME 3109
and Vibrations
IC Engines and Gas
PCME 3110
Turbines
Metal Cutting &
PCME 3103
Machining Processes
Free Elective - I
Management Core III
Total Theory

PLME3106
PLME 3107

L-T-P

Credits

Code

Subject
Metrology and Advanced
Machining Process
Mechanical
Measurements & Control

L-T-P

Credits

3-1-0

PCME 3201

3-1-0

3-1-0

PCME 3202

3-1-0

3-1-0

PCME 3203

Machine Design

3-1-0

3-1-0

Free Elective - II

3-1-0

3-1-0

Management Core - IV

3-1-0

15-5-0

20

15-5-0

20

Practical/Sessional
Dynamics &
Vibrations Lab

Practical/Sessional
0-0-3

PLME 3206

Metrology and CNC lab

0-0-3

0-0-3

0-0-3

0-0-2

1*

0-0-11

0-0-3

PLME 3207

Design, Modeling &


Numerical Computation
Lab

0-0-3

PLME 3208

Production Drawing &


ProE

0-0-2

1*

BLHU 3210

0-0-11

Machine Tools
Lab

Thermal
Engineering Lab
II
Life Skills
BLHU 3109
Development*
Total Practical/Sessional

Total Theory

PLME 3108

Life Skills
Development*
Total Practical/Sessional

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS

26

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS

26

TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS

135

TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS

161

Total Contact Hours.

31

Total Contact Hours.

31

* Not to be counted for CGPA computations

5th SEMESTER
PCME 3109 DYNAMICS OF MACHINES AND VIBRATIONS (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4
MODULE - I (16 Hrs)
1. Inertia forces in reciprocating Parts : Velocity and acceleration of piston by analytical method, Angular
velocity and angular acceleration of connecting rod by analytical method and by graphical method, Piston
effort, force acting along the connecting rod, Crank effort, Dynamically equivalent system, compound
Pendulum, correction couple.
2. Turning moment on crank shaft. Turning moment diagrams for different types of engines, Fluctuation of
energy and fluctuation of speed. Flywheel and determination of its size from turning moment diagram &
maximum fluctuation of energy.
3. Gyroscope: Concept on gyroscopic couple for plane disc & two-bladed airscrew, Effect of gyroscopic couple
on ships & aeroplanes, Stability of two wheelers and four wheelers. Analysis on bearing reactions due to forced
precession of rotating disc mounted on shafts, Introduction on gyroscopic, Stabilization.
MODULE -II (16 Hrs)
4. Governors: Centrifugal Governors -Watt, Porter, Proell and Spring Loaded Governor of Hartnell type,
Controlling Force & Controlling Force Curve, Sensitiveness, Stability, Isochronism, Hunting, Governor Effort
and Power, Effect of Friction & Coefficient of insensitiveness.
5. Dynamics of Machines: Dynamic Force Analysis of Four-Bar Mechanism and Slider Crank
Mechanism.using DAlemberts Principle.
6. Balancing : Static and Dynamic Balancing, Balancing of Single Rotating Mass by Balancing Masses in
Same plane and in Different planes. Balancing of Several Rotating Masses rotating in same plane and in
Different planes. Effect of Inertia Force due to Reciprocating Mass on Engine Frame, Partial balance of single
cylinder engines. Primary and Secondary Balance of Multi-cylinder In-line Engines. Direct and Reverse Crank
method of balancing for radial engines.
MODULE -III (18 Hrs)
7. Un damped Free Vibration of Single Degree Freedom Systems: Introduction to Mechanical Vibration
Longitudinal, Torsional & Transverse Systems, Concept on Degrees of Freedom. Modeling of Vibrating
Systems, Evaluation of natural frequency differential equation, Energy & Rayleighs methods, Equivalent
systems.
8. Damped Free Vibration of Single Degree Freedom Systems: Different types of damping, Equivalent
viscous damping, structural damping, Evaluation of damping using free and forced Vibration technique,
Concept of critical damping and its importance, study of vibration response of viscous damped systems for
cases of under damping, critical damping and over damping, Logarithmic decrement.
9. Forced Vibration Of Single Degree Freedom Systems: Steady state solution with viscous damping due to
harmonic force, reciprocating and rotating unbalance mass, vibration isolation and transmissibility due to
harmonic force excitation and support motion. Vibration measuring instruments vibrometer and
accelerometer. Whirling of shaft with single disc and withour damping, Concept of critical speed and its effect
on the rotating shaft.
Text Books:
1. Theory of Machines By Thomas Bevan, McGraw hill Publications
2. Theory of Machines By S.S. Rattan, McGraw Hill publications
3. Theory of Machines By R.S Khurmi., S. Chand Publishers
4. Theory of vibration with Applications by W.T. Thomson, Prentice Hall, 5th ed. 2001

5. Mechanical Vibrations by G.K. Grover, Nem Chand & Brothers, 8th ed., 2011
Reference books
6. Elements of vibration Analysis: Leonard Meirovitch, Tata McGraw Hill, Special Indian ed., 2007
th

7. Mechanical Vibrations: S.S. Rao, Prarson Education Inc, 4 ed. 2003


rd

8. Mechanical Vibrations: V.P. Singh, Dhanpat Rai & company Pvt. Ltd. 3 ed., 2006
9. Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery by R. L. Norton, McGraw-Hill, Indian Edition
10. Mechanism and Machine Theory by J.S.Rao and R.V.Dukipatti, New Age International
PCME 3110 INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES AND GAS TURBINES (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4
MODULE - I (18 Hrs)
Introduction : Classification, Engine nomenclature, engine operating and performance parameters, Valve
timing diagram of SI & CI Engines, Comparison of SI and CI engine. Modern developments in IC Engines,
EGR, MPFI, CRDI, GDI, HCCI, dual fuel engine, Lean burn engine, Stratified engine (basic principles).
Thermodynamic Analysis of cycles : Significance of Fuel-Air & Actual cycles of I.C. engines. Comparison
with Air Standard Cycles. Analysis of Fuel-Air & Actual cycles (Effect of chemical equilibrium and variable
specific heats. Effect of air fuel ratio and exhaust gas dilution., Heat Loss Factor, Exhaust Blow down,
Volumetric Efficiency)
Fuels: Fuels of SI and CI engine, Fuel additives, Properties, potential and advantages of alternative liquid and
gaseous fuels for SI and CI engines (biofuels, LPG and CNG)
Fuel Induction Techniques in IC engines: Fuel induction techniques in SI and CI engines, Mixture
Requirements at Different Loads and Speeds.
Carburetion: Factors Affecting Carburetion, Principle of Carburetion, Simple Carburetor and its drawbacks,
Calculation of the AirFuel Ratio, Modern Carburetors.
MODULE - II (18 Hrs)
Fuel Injection: Functional Requirements of an Injection System, Classification of Injection Systems, Fuel
Feed Pump, Injection Pump, Injection Pump Governor, Mechanical Governor, Pneumatic Governor, Fuel
Injector, Nozzle, Injection in SI Engine, Electronic Injection Systems Multi-Point Fuel Injection (MPFI)
System, Functional Divisions of MPFI System, Injection Timing, Group Gasoline Injection System, Electronic
Diesel Injection System.
Ignition: Energy requirement for ignition, requirements of an ignition system, Conventional ignition systems,
modern ignition systems (TCI and CDI), firing order, Ignition timing, Spark advance mechanism,
Combustion: Stages of combustion in SI and CI engines, effects of engine variables on flame propagation and
ignition delay, abnormal combustion, Resignation & Detonation, Theory of Detonation. Effect of engine
variables on Detonation, control of Detonation. Diesel Knock & methods to control diesel knock, Requirements
of combustion chambers. Features of different types of combustion chambers system for S.I. engine. (I-head, Fhead combustion chambers), C.I. engine combustion chambers -Open and divided type, Air swirl turbulenceM. type combustion chamber. Comparison of various types of combustion chambers.
Super Charging & Scavenging: Thermodynamics Cycles of supercharging. Effect of supercharging, Efficiency
of supercharged engines. Methods of super charging, supercharging and scavenging of 2-stroke
engines.
MODULE - III (14 Hrs)

Testing and Performances : Power, fuel & air measurement methods, Performance characteristic curves of SI
& CI engines, Performance test Heat balance sheet and chart. Variables affecting performance and methods to
improve engine performance.
Cooling & Lubricating Systems: Air cooling & water cooling systems, Effect of cooling on power output &
efficiency, Properties of lubricants and different types of lubricating system.
Engine Emission and control: Mechanism of pollutant formation and its harmful effects. Methods of
measuring Pollutants and control of engine emission.
Gas Turbines: Introduction, Open and closed cycle gas turbines, Analysis of practical gas turbine cycle.
Air Craft Propulsion : Analysis of Turbo Jet, Turbo Prop, Turbo fan & Ram jet engines.
Axial Flow & Centrifugal Compressor : Basic construction of centrifugal and axial flow compressor, Velocity
diagram, performance characteristics of centrifugal and axial flow compressor, effects of slip, surging and
stalling on compressor.
Text Books:
1. Internal Combustion Engines, V. Ganesan, TMH, 3rd edition
Chapters ( 1; 3; 4; 5; 7; 8; 9; 11; 12; 14.11; 14.12; 14.13; 15; 16; 17 and 19)
2. Gas Turbines, V.Ganesan, TMH, 3rd edition
Chapters ( 4; 5; 6; 7; 8 and 9)
3. Internal Combustion Engines by Mathur Sharma
Chapters ( 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 8; 9; 11; 12; 13; 14; 15; 17; 18; 20 and 26)
Reference books:
1. IC Engines, Mathur& Sharma
2. Fundamentals IC Engines, J.B.Heywood, McGraw Hill
3. A course in IC Engines, V.M.Domkundwar, Dhanpat rai and sons
4. Gas Turbines, Cohen and Roser
5. An Introduction to Energy Conversion, Vol.III, V.Kadambi and Manohar Prasad, New Age International

PCME 3103 METAL CUTTING AND MACHINING PROCESS (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4


MODULE - I (20 Hrs)
Introduction to machining: purpose, definition & requirements, objectives of machining and their constraints,
Orthogonal and Oblique cutting.
Geometry of cutting tools: Single point cutting tool geometry, nomenclature of cutting tools in ASA and ORS
and NRS system. Conversion of tool geometry of single point cutting tools. Mechanism of chip formation,
Types of chips, Geometry & characteristics of continuous chip formation: chip reduction coefficient, shear
angle, cutting strain, BUE formation.
Mechanics of machining: Analysis and estimation of cutting forces under orthogonal cutting using Merchants
Circle Diagram. Tool wear and tool life, Factors affecting surface integrity of machined products. Cutting tool
materials, Cutting fluids. Economy and eco-friendliness in machining,
MODULE - III (15 Hrs)
Principles of generation of surfaces, Generatrix and Directrix.
Machine tools: definitions, configuration of common machine tools like: centre lathe, shaper, planner, slotting
machine, drilling machine and milling machine.
Bulk machining processes: Shaping, planning and slotting: their process description, types of surfaces
generated, estimation of machining time.
Turning: process description, types, machining time calculations, methods of thread turning and taper turning
with basic problems.

Drilling and boring: processes descriptions, types of drilling and associated drills used, estimation of
machining time.
Milling: process description with classifications, estimation of machining time, different methods of indexing
with problems.
MODULE - III (15 Hrs)
Precision Machining Processes:
Broaching: process description, different parts of a broach, estimation of peak broaching load.
Reaming & Tapping: process description and typical applications, different parts of reamer and tap.
Abrasive Machining:
Grinding: process description, types, mechanics of grinding, grinding wheel characteristics & specification,
Different types of abrasives and selection of a grinding wheel.
Micro-finishing & Super finishing processes: Honing, Lapping, Deburring, polishing, buffing and super
finishing.
Text Books:
1. Machining and Machine Tools, A. B. Chattopadhyay, Wiley-India.
2. Production Technology by R.K. Jain and S.C. Gupta.
3. Production Technology by H.M.T. (Hindustan Machine Tools).
4. Fundamentals of Metal Machining and Machine Tools by Geoffrey Boothroyd, McGraw-Hill
5. Metal Cutting-Theory and Practice by Amitabha Bhattacharya, Central Book Publishers.
6. Production Engineering by P.C. Sharma, S. Chand and Company.
7. Non-conventional Machining by P.K. Mishra
8. Welding by O.P. Khana
9. Casting by O.P. Khana
Reference Books:
1. Machine Tools C.Elanchezhian and M. Vijayan / Anuradha Agencies Publishers.
2. Workshop Technology B.S.RaghuVanshi Vol II

FREE ELECTIVE - I (3-1-0) CREDITS:4


Refer Annexure - II for list of Free Electives and the syllabus
MANAGEMENT CORE III (3-1-0) CREDITS:4
Common to all Branches. Syllabus as prescribed by School of Management. Refer Annexure -I for list
of subjects and syllabus
SESSIONALS/PRACTICALS
PLME 3106 DYNAMICS AND VIBRATIONS LABORATORY (0-0-3) CREDITS: 2
1. Experiment on Rope brake / Band brake dynamometer
2. Experiment on Epicyclic gear train
3. Determination of gyroscopic couple using gyroscopic test rig.
4. Performance characteristics of a Watt/ Porter governor
5. Performance characteristics of a spring loaded governor

6. Determination of critical speed of rotating shaft


7. Experiment on static and dynamic balancing apparatus
8. Determination of natural frequencies of un-damped as well as damped vibrating systems.
9. Study of interference and undercutting for gear drives
10. Experiment on Cam Analysis Apparatus.
11. Experiment on Journal Bearing Apparatus
12. Study of various gear trains
13. Study of various mechanisms
14. Experiments using universal vibrating apparatus.
15. To verify the Dunkerleys rule.
16. To study the forced vibration of system with damping. Load magnification factor Vs. frequency and phase
angle Vs. frequency curves. Also determine the damping factor.
PLME 3107 MACHINE TOOLS LAB (0-0-3) CREDITS: 2
1. Study of Lathe, Drilling machine, Milling machine with acceptance tests.
2. Detailed study of single point and multipoint cutting tools.
3. Kinematics of machine tools: Drives in Machine tools, Mechanical drives for providing rotational motions,
4. Measurement of cutting forces (Pz and Px or Py ) in straight turning at different feeds and velocities using
dynamometer.
5. Study of Jigs and fixtures.
6. Measurement of cutting tool temperature using thermo-couples
7. Measurement of surface roughness in turning under different conditions .
8. Determination of chip-reduction co-efficient during metal cutting on a lathe and study of different types of
chips.
PLME 3108 THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB-II (0-0-3) CREDITS: 2
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Determination of volumetric efficiency of reciprocating air-compressor.


Port timing diagram of Two-stroke petrol/diesel engines
Heat Balance study of petrol/diesel engine.
Exhaust Emission Analysis of I.C. Engines
Variable compression ratio test on I. C. Engines
Study of 4-speed/5-speed gear box of automobile
Study of Modern carburetor
Preparation& Testing of Bio-Diesel
Steam turbine test rig
Centrifugal air compressor test rig.
Rotary air compressor test rig
BLHU 3109 LIFE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY (0-0-3) CREDITS:0

Common to all Branches. Will be conducted from 1st to 6th Semesters for all branches. No credits added
but the students are required to get qualified as prescribed by the T & P cell for being able to and
considered for placement. The exercises to be carried out shall be decided as per the industrys
requirements from time to time.

6TH SEMESTER
PCME 3201 METROLOGY AND ADVANCED MACHINING PROCESS (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4
MODULE - I (15 Hrs)
Introduction to metrology: Importance and need for measurements; Role of metrology in engineering; Need
of inspection.
Nomenclature in Metrology: true value, accuracy, sensitivity, readability, precision, bias, uncertainty,
calibration, traceability, reproducibility, reliability, repeatability, resolution. Error: Theory of errors, Sources of
errors, Types of errors and error management, Factors affecting accuracy
Measurement Standards and Calibration: Primary and Secondary standards; Calibration of measuring
instruments; Specification of measuring instruments.
Standards and Comparators: Introduction to line standard, end standard, Wavelength standard; slip and feeler
gauges, dial gauge; Length bars; Comparators: Definition, Classification (Mechanical, pneumatic and electrical
comparators) Requirements & Applications.
Limits, Fits, Tolerances and Gauges: Concept of Limits, Tolerances and Fits; Interchangeability; Concept of
Hole and Shaft basis system; Taylors Principle; limit gauges (Go/no go gauge); Plug, Ring Gauges, height
gauge; concept of multi gauging and inspection.
MODULE - II (15 Hrs)
Linear and Angular Measurement: Linear measuring instruments- Caliper, micrometer; Angular
Measurements- (Principle of Working) Universal Bevel Protractor, Sine Bar, Spirit Level, inclinometers, Angle
Gauges, Tool Makers Microscope, optical flats; Dial indicator
Surface finish: Primary and secondary texture, Sampling length, Lay, direction of lay, Sources of lay and its
significance, surface roughness: roughness parameters, quantitative evaluation of surface roughness and its
measurement, profile meter, interferometry, Tomlinson recorder, compariscope, Working principle of stylus
probe type instruments. Machine tool testing: Parallelism, Straightness, Squareness, Coaxiallity, roundness,
run out, alignment testing of machine tools as per ISO standard procedure, level or auto-collimator method,
surface plate.
Gear Metrology: Pitch errors, Measurement of different elements such as major diameter, minor diameter,
effective diameter, pitch, Rolling test, Measurement of tooth thickness (constant chord method), gear tooth
vernier, Errors in gears such as backlash, run-out, composite.
Screw Thread Measurement: screw thread gauges; measurement of element of the external and internal
threads; two/three wire method; thread caliper gauges.
Advances in Metrology Precision instruments based on laser principles- laser interferometer-application in
measurements; Coordinate measuring machine (CMM); computer aided inspection.
MODULE - III (15 Hrs)
CNC Machine Tools-onventional and CNC machining; advantages, limitations & features of CNC; NC &
DNC machines; Parts of CNC machine tool (machines structure, slide-ways , servo motor ,Ball lead screw,
ATC, Tool and work holding devices, control unit, Key board details of computer unit and operational panel);
classification of CNC machines- according to number of axis, feedback control & control system; Safety
precautions, co-ordinate systems and points; Axis identification of CNC machines; CNC interpolation; open
loop & closed loop control system; standard controllers,General programming features of CNC systems;
Manual part programming; formats; G codes and M codes; programming languages; Canned cycles; practical
example of programming of turning, drilling ,milling
Ultrasonic machining (USM): Introduction, equipment, tool materials, process parameters, applications,
advantages & disadvantages Abrasive jet machining (AJM): Introduction, equipment, process parameters,
abrasives, nozzle, Applications, advantages & disadvantages
Electro Chemical Machining (ECM): Introduction, mechanism, process parameters, MRR, Applications electrochemical turning, grinding, honing, advantages, limitations. Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM):
Introduction, mechanism of metal removal, dielectric fluid, electrodes, EDM process parameters, Application,
Advantages, Limitations, electrical discharge grinding, wire EDM. Plasma Arc Machining (Mechanism, gas,

Mechanism of metal removal, PAM parameters and effects, Applications, Advantages and limitations. Laser
Beam Machining (LBM): Process, LBM parameters, Process characteristics, Applications, Advantages
&limitations.Electron Beam Machining (EBM): Principles, applications, advantages and limitation of EBM.
Text Books:
1. BEWOOR, VinayKulkarni, T.M.H
2. Metrlogy and measurement by R.K.Jain ,Dhanpatrai Publications
3. Computer Numerical Control Machines, New Central Book ... Mikell P Groover,
4. Machining processes automats and NC and CNC machines. Tooling for ... Radhakrishnan, P
PCME 3202 MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND CONTROL (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4

MODULE - I (14 Hrs)


Introduction to Instruments and their Representation: Typical Applications of Instrument Systems, Functional
Elements of a Measurement System, Brief Description of the Functional Elements of the Instruments,
Classification of Instruments, Microprocessor -Based Instrumentation, Standards and Calibration.
Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Instruments: Static Performance Parameters, Impedance Loading and
Matching, Selection and Specifications of Instruments, Dynamic Response, and Compensation.
Transducer Elements: Analog Transducers, Digital Transducers,
Basic detector transducer elements: Electrical transducer, Sliding Contract devices, Variable-inductance
transducer elements, the differential transformer, Variable-reluctance transducers, Capacitive transducers. The
piezoelectric effect, photo-electric transducer, electronic transducer element.
Intermediate Elements: Amplifier, Operational Amplifier, Diffential and Integrating Elements, Filters, A-D and
D-A.
Converters: The simple current sensitive circuit, the ballast circuit, The voltage-dividing potentiometer circuit,
The voltage balancing potentiometer circuit, Resistance bridges.
Indicating, Recording and Display Elements: Meter Indicators. The vacuum tube voltmeter, CRO, Electronic
Switch, CRO recording techniques, Oscillographs. Digital Recorders
MODULE - II (12 Hrs)
Strain Measurement The electrical resistance strain gauge. The metallic resistance strain gauge, Selection and
Installation factors for metallic strain gauge, Circuitry, metallic strain gauge. The strain gauge ballast circuit, the
staring gauge bridge circuit, Temperature compensation.
Measurement of Pressure: Pressure measurement systems, Pressure measurement transducers, Elastic
diaphragms, strain gauge pressure cells, measurement of high pressure, Measurement of low pressures,
dynamic characteristics of pressure measuring systems.
Measurement of Fluid Flow: Flow characteristics obstruction meters, Obstruction meter for compressible
fluids-Orifice, Venturi meter and Pitot tube, the variable-area meter, Turbine Flow meters.
Temperature Measurement: Use of bimetals pressure thermometers, Thermocouples, Pyrometry, Calibration of
temperature measuring devices.
Force, Power, Speed and Torque Measurement: Load Cell, Dynamometers, Tachometer and Tacho-generator,
Stroboscope, The seismic instrument.-Vibrometers and accelerometers
MODULE - III (12 Hrs)

Description of open and closed loop control systems and their block diagrams. Use of block diagram and signal
flow graph to find overall transfer function. 1st and 2nd order systems and their response to step and sinusoidal
input, error analysis, static and dynamic error coefficients.
Rouths stability criterion. The Root-Locus method, Bode Plot and Nyquist plot, Gain margin and phase
margin.
Textbooks
1. Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis, B.C.Nakra and KK.Chaudhry, Tata Mc Graw Hill, Third
Edition.
Reference Books :
1. Mechanical Measurements, T.G. Beckwith and N. Lewis Buck, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co.
2. Modern Control Engineering, K.K. Ogata, prentice Hall India
PCME 3203 MACHINE DESIGN (3-1-0) CREDITS: 4

MODULE - I (16 Hrs)


Stages in design, Use of standards, Selection of materials and processes, Standard numbering system including
BIS designations of materials, Concept of factor of safety.
Stresses (Fatigue), Endurance limit, S -N curve, Fatigue stress concentration factor, Goodman, Gerber and
Soderberg criteria, Application to design and practical problems.
Design of Joints: Riveted joints, Boiler joints, Welded and bolted joints based on different types of loading.
Design of Cotter joints with socket and spigot, with a Gib. Design of knuckle joint
MODULE - II (16 Hrs)
Design of shafts, solid and hollow based on strength and rigidity. Design of belt and pulley. Design of keys and
pins, Suck key, Feather key, Taper pin.
Design of shaft couplings : Rigid Flange coupling, Flexible Flange coupling.
Design of straight and Helical spur gears, bevel gears. Power screw design with square thread, such as
screw jack.
MODULE - III (16 Hrs)
Design of journal bearing and antifriction bearings
Design of Helical Spring, Tension and compression types, Design of leaf springs: Cantilever and semi-elliptical
types.
Design of clutch: Friction clutch, Cone clutch and Centrifugal clutch. Design of Brake: Block & Band brake,
Internal expanding shoe brake. Design of Engine components: Piston, Connecting Rod, Crank Shaft, Flywheel.
Text Books:
1. A Text Book of Machine Design, R.S.Khurmi and J.K.Gupta, S.Chand Publication
2. P. C. Sharma, D. K. Agrawal, Machine Design Kataria & sons, 2007.

3. J. E. Shigley and L. C. Mitchel, Mechanical Engineering Design -Tata Mc Graw-Hill, 8th Ed, 2007.
4. Design of Machine Elements, V.B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2nd
Edition 2007.
Reference Books:
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Machine Design, P. Kanaiah, Scietech Publications


Machine Design, Pandya and Shah, Charotar Book Stall
Machine Design, Robert L. Norton, Pearson Education Asia, 2001.
Computer Aided Analysis and Design, S.P.Regalla, I.K.International Publishing

DESIGN DATA HAND BOOKS:


1. P.S.G.Design Data Hand Book, PSG College of Tech Coimbature
2. Design Data Hand Book, K. Lingaiah, McGraw Hill, 2nd Ed. 2003.3. Design Hand Book by
S.M.Jalaluddin; Anuradha Agencies Publications

FREE ELECTIVE - II (3-1-0) CREDITS:4


Refer Annexure II for list of Free Electives and the syllabus
MANAGEMENT CORE - IV (3-1-0) CREDITS:4
Common to all Branches. Syllabus as prescribed by School of Management. Refer Annexure -I for list
of subjects and syllabus
SESSIONALS/PRACTICALS
PLME 3206 METROLOGY AND CNC LAB (0-0-3) CREDITS: 2
Metrology:
1. Measurement of lengths, heights, diameters by verniercallipers micrometers etc.
2. Measurement of bores by internal micrometers and dial bore indicators.
3. Use of gear teeth, verniercalipers and checking the chordal addendum and chordal height of spur gear.
4. Machine tool alignment of test on the lathe.
5. Machine tool alignment test on milling machine.
6. Tool makers microscope and its application
7. Angle and taper measurements by Bevel protractor, Sine bars, etc.
8. Use of spirit level in finding the flatness of surface plate.
9. Thread measurement by Two wire/ Three wire method or Tool makers microscope.
10. Surface roughness measurement by Taly Surf.
11. Surface Wear Resistances Test using Electro Spark Coating Device.
CNC :
1. Machining of simple components on CNC lathe
2. Machining of simple components on CNC Milling

PLME 3207 DESIGN, MODELING AND NUMERICAL COMPUTATION LAB (0-0-3) CREDITS: 2
1. To learn the importance of scale, accuracy, and completeness in the preparation of an engineering drawing,
including dimensioning and geometric tolerance.
2. Use of Pro Engineer/ I-Deas/ Solid Edge
3. Implement simple programmes for the graphics representation of
(i) Transformation and projections.
(ii) Conic Sections, cubic splines, and B-splines.
(iii) Surfaces-Bilinear, Bicubic surface patch and Bezier surface.
4. CAD Modelling Assignments.
(i) Construction of simple machine parts and components.
(ii) Modelling of machine components. Surface of a Diffuser section, Propeller, Gear blank and other
mechanical parts, Mechanical assembly of parts.
[Minimum 10 assignments should be completed from the following]
1. Introduction to the software packages available for computational purposes like: MATLAB, Minitab,
Mathcad, Mathematica etc.
2. Solving simple algebraic, trigonometric and geometrical problems using MATLAB like software.
3. Solving Matrices problems using MATLAB like software.
4. Curve fitting using MATLAB like software.
5. Surface fitting using MATLAB like software.
6. Solving PDE using MATLAB like software.
7. Regression analysis of a typical industrial problem using MATLAB like software.
8. Response surface Modeling of industrial problems using MATLAB like software.
[Minimum 2 assignments should be completed from the following]
9. Numerical Modeling and analysis of industrial processes with the help of Neural Network using MATLAB
like software.
10. Optimization of industrial processes with the help of different algorithms (eg. GA, SA etc.) using MATLAB
like software.
11. Development of simple Fuzzy models for mechanical industrial problems.
PLME 3208 PRODUCTION DRAWING AND Pro-E (0-0-3) CREDITS: 2
Limits and Fits :Types of fits, exercises involving selection / interpretation of fits and estimation of limits from
tables.
Detailed and Part drawings:
1. Drawing of parts from assembly drawings with indications of size, tolerances, roughness, form and position
errors etc. preparation of process sheets.
2. Production drawings of Spur, Bevel and Helical gears, swivel bracket, main spindle, crank, revolving
centre, jigs and fixtures Introduction to Pro-E, Sketcher, Part modeling, Surfacing, Assembly, Drafting
Text Books :
1. Production and Drawing K.L. Narayana& P. Kannaiah/ New Age
2. Machine Drawing with Auto CAD-Pohit and Ghosh, PE
Reference Books:
Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing-James D. Meadows/ B.S Publications

BLHU 3210 LIFE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY(0-0-3) CREDITS:0


Common to all Branches.Will be conducted from 1st to 6th Semesters for all branches. No credits added
but the students are required to get qualified as prescribed by the T & P cell for being able to and
considered for placement. The exercises to be carried out shall be decided as per the industrys
requirements from time to time.

ANNEXURE - I MANAGEMENT CORE (3-1-0) CREDITS:4


List of Management Core subjects
(Students are required to choose one subject out of the four in 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th semesters.)
Sl. No.

Semester Course Code

1
2
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4

3rd /4th /
5th / 6th

Course Title

MGGM1104

Essential Economics for Management

MGFM1101

Accounting for Managers

MGGM1206

Organizational Behavior

MGOM1201

Production & Operations Management

SYLLABUS OF MANAGEMENT CORE SUBJECTS


MGGM1104 ESSENTIAL ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT (3-1-0)
Course Objective:
In today's dynamic economic environment, effective managerial decision making requires timely and
efficient use of information. The basic purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic
understanding of the economic principles, methodologies and analytical tools that can be used in business
decision making problems. It provides an understanding of the economic environment and its impact on
strategy formulation. The course also focuses on the impact of economic policies on managerial decisionmaking by providing an understanding of fiscal policy, and national and global economic issues affecting
business.
The language of science (and all analytical thinking) is mathematics. Since economics is a social science,
use of some mathematical tools, basically the constrained and un-constrained optimization techniques will
help in measuring and solving the basic economic problems and thus improves decision-making. It
becomes difficult and totally un-practicable to solve business (economic) problems logically and
systematically without use of mathematics. The basic objective is to solve problems mathematically and
interpret the results economically.
Module-1: Introduction & Micro Economics .
Introduction to economics- Scarcity, Choice and Efficiency, Circular Flow of Economic Activity,
Fundamental issues of what, how and for whom to produce to make the best use of economics, Economic
Role of Government.
Basic Concepts: Marginalism and Incrementalism, Functional Relationships: Total, Average and
Marginal. General and partial equilibrium, Opportunity cost

Demand for a commodity: Law of demand, Demand schedule and demand curve, Individual and market
demand, Change in demand
Consumer behavior: Analysing law of demand through Marshalian utility analysis and
Indifference curve technique. Consumer Surplus
Elasticity of Demand
Price Elasticity of demand : Estimation, Types, Elasticity and revenue, Factors affecting price elasticity of
demand
Income elasticity , Cross elasticity, Uses of different concepts elasticity in business decisions.
Analysis of Supply: Law of Supply, Supply schedule and supply curve, Change in supply, Price elasticity of
supply,
Equilibrium of demand and supply: Equilibrium with demand and supply curves, Effect of a shift of
demand and supply curves, Rationing of prices, Impact of tax on prices and quantity, Prices fixed by law
(Minimum floors and Maximum ceilings)
Demand Estimation: Approaches to demand estimation, Demand Estimation by Regression Analysis.
Demand Forecasting: Sources of Data (Expert opinion, Surveys, Market experiments), Timeseries Analysis
(trend projection and Exponential smoothening), Barometric Forecasting, Forecasting with input and
output model.
Production Function: Production function with one variable input, Production function with two variable inputs,
optimal combination of inputs, Returns to scale
Cost Theory: Types of costs, Production and cost, Short-run cost functions, Long-run cost functions,
Economies of scale and scope, Learning curve, Cost-Volume-profit Analysis
Perfect Competition: Characteristics, Equilibrium price determination under both short run and long run,
Evaluation of perfect competition
Monopoly: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run,
Allocative efficiency and income redistribution, Relevance of perfect competition and monopoly
Monopolistic Competition: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and
long run, Evaluation of Monopolistic competition
Oligopoly: Characteristics, Price Rigidity(Kinked demand curve model), Interdependence (The
Cournot model) and Cartels and Collusion, Price Leadership, Cost-plus Pricing, Multiple Product
Pricing, Price Skimming, Penetration Pricing, Transfer Pricing and Price Discrimination
Module-2: Macro Economics .
National Income Accounting: Concept, Eight variants of national product aggregates, Measurement
(Income, Value Added and Expenditure), Real and Nominal GNP, Difficulties in measuring the national
income, Uses of National income statistics
Environmental Income Accounting, Green GDP, Sustainable Development, National income and social welfare
Consumption and Investment functions: Concept, Determinants, Multiplier and Accelerator
Demand for Money: Classical and Keynesian theories on demand for money
Supply of Money: Components of money supply, The process of Deposit Creation, Balance Sheet of the
Central Bank.
Aggregate Demand: The Goods Market and the IS Curve, The Money Market and the LM Curve, Form IS-LM
model to the Aggregate Demand.
Aggregate Supply
Explaining macro-economic equilibrium through Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply,
Monetary Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Monetary Policy in The AD- AS Framework,
Crowding-Out Controversy, Monetary policy in an open economy
Fiscal Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Impact of Structural Deficits, Government Debt and Economic Growth.
Interaction between monetary and Fiscal Policy
Features of The Business Cycle, Definition Of Inflation, Price Indices, Prices in the AD-AS
Framework, The Economic Impacts of Inflation, The Phillips Curve, Anti-Inflationary Policy
Unemployment: Types, Okuns Law, Impact of Unemployment, Economic Interpretation Of

Unemployment
International Trade: Economic Basis For International Trade, Gains from International Trade Balance of
Payment (BoP): Meaning, BoP Account, Disequilibrium in BoP, Measures to correct disequilibrium in
BoP
Foreign Exchange: The Determination of Foreign Exchange Rates, Floating Exchange Rate and Fixed
Exchange Rates, Mundell-Fleming Model,
Books & Reference:
1. Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, by D. Salvatore, Sixth Edition, OUP, 2008
2. Managerial Economics, Truett&Truett, Wiley Publication.
3. Managerial Economics, by Petersen Craig H. Cris Lewis and S.K. Jain, Pearson, 2007
4. Modern Micro Economics, , Koutsoyiannis, (1975) , A, Macmillan Press
5. Managerial Economics, Mehta, P. L (1999), Sultan Chand & Sons
6. Principles of Microeconomics, Mankiw, N. G (2006), Cengage Learning
7. Macroeconomics, Mankiw, N. G, (2009), Worth Publishers
8. Macroeconomics, Theory and Policy, Dwivedy, D.N (2007), Tata McGraw Hill
9. Macroeconomics, DSouza, E (2008), Pearson Education
10. Macroeconomic Analysis, Shapiro, E (2003), Galgotia Publications
11. Environmental Economics in Theory and Practice Hankey N, Shogren J F, and White B 1999
Macmillan Indian Limited
12. Indian Economy, Mishra &Puri (2011), Himalaya Publishing House
MGFM1101 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (3-1-0)
Course Objective:
This course Accounting for Managers has been designed to enable the students to acquire the skills
necessary to prepare, use, interpret and analyze financial information.
Module 1 (12)
Accounting Environment of business, Corporate Entities: Salient Features, GAAP: Concepts,
Conventions, Assumptions, Accounting Equation: Tool to understand business decisions, Financing
Decisions/Investment Decisions/Operating Decisions, Accounting Equation Financial Statements,
Balance Sheet/Income Statement/Cash Flow Statement, Financing Decisions and Financial
Statement,
Module 2 (12)
Equity Instruments: Equity and Preference Capital, Debt Instruments: Debentures/ Bonds/ Loans,
Dividend and Interest payment, Investment Decision and Financial Statements, Fixed
Assets:/Inventory Valuation/Investment , Operating Decisions and Financial Statements, Revenue
Recognition, Expenses, Profit: Gross Profit/PBDITA/PBIT/PBT/PAT, Interrelationship between Financial
statements
Module 3 (12)
Financial Statement Analysis: common size statements, ratio analysis, Du pont analysis, Inter-firm and
intra-firm comparison, reading CFS
Module 4 (12)
Cost Concepts and decision making, Overheads, CVP analysis. Preparation of Cost Sheets using excels,
Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Variance analysis, Activity based costing (ABC), cost & pricing A group
project work will be given to students to analyse an industry and track market price movement.
Books & Reference:
1. Financial Accounting -- A managerial Perspective, R. Narayanswamy, PHI
2. Cost Accounting- A managerial Emphasis by Horn green, Dater and Foster.

3. Khan & Jain Management Accounting, TMH.


4. Horngren ,Datar, Foster- Cost Accounting, Pearson.
5. Financial Accounting, Jain/Narang/Agrawal, Kalyani.
6. Basic Financial Accounting for Management, Shah, Oxford.

MGGM1206 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (3-1-0)


Introduction to the Course :
Organizational Behavior (OB) is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and
structure have on behavior within an organization. Then it applies that knowledge to make organizations work
more effectively.
Course Objective :
This course will expose students to gain knowledge on the diversified behavioral science theories and its
applications in organizations.
Pedagogy
Class room lectures will be substantiated by Case Analysis, assignment and viva-voce,
Demo Exercises, Movie Analysis, Games, role playing Comprehensive Course Outline :
Module 1 (12)
Concept and models of OB, OB Systems- The Synergy
Module - 2(Individual System)(12)
Perception, Learning and Behaviour Modification, motivation, attitude and Values, personality,
emotion and stress.
Module 3(Social System) (12)
Communication, Group Dynamics, Conflict , Leadership
Module - 4(Organizational systems) (12)
Organizational power and politics, Organizational culture and climate, Organizational Change
and development, International Dimensions of OB, Managing Diversity.
Recommended Text :
Robins &Sanghii, Organisational Behaviour, Pearson
Aswathappa, Organization Behavior,HimalayaReference Books :
Luthans ,F. Organisational Behaviour - TMH
UdaiPareek , Understanding Organisational Behaviour, Oxford
Prasad,L.M. Organization Behavior,S.Chand.
Greenberg and Baron, Behavior in organization, Prentice hall.
MGOM1201 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (3-1-0)
Course Objective:
The course is designed to acquaint the students with decision making in planning,
scheduling and control of production and operation functions in both manufacturing and
services. Course Content:
Module:1 (12)
Operations Management- An Introduction Primary topics in Operations Management, Operations Function, and
Transformation process and Competitiveness.
Operations Strategy
9Strategic Decisions in Operations, Strategy Deployment, and Vertical Integration, Service
Operation, Service strategy, Manufacturing Strategy and Mass customization;

Product Development and Service Design


New Product design, Product life cycle, Process design, Process life cycle, Form design,
Functional design, Production design, Concurrent design, Technological design and Service
design process.
Module:2 (14)
Facilities Location & Layout Planning
Location - Principles and Factors; Location Analysis techniques- Factor Rating, Centre of
Gravity Technique, Brown & Gibson Model. Layout Concept & Basic Principles, Process
Layout (Block Diagramming,
Relationship Diagram, Computerized Layout Solutions, Service Layout); Product Layout Process
Layout; Fixed Position Layout. Hybrid Layouts Cellular, FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System)
Project Management and Scheduling
Project planning, , project control, project scheduling Models Project Network, Critical path Method
(CPM), Programme Evaluation Review Technique( PERT) , Project crashing and Time cost Trade-Off;
Objective of Scheduling, Sequencing, Gantt charts, Advanced Planning and Scheduling System. Strategies
for Managing Demand, Strategies for Managing Supply Production planning control, Aggregate planning
costs and strategies. Gantt chart, Sequencing model. "n" jobs 1 machine, "n" jobs 2 machines, "n" jobs m
machine
Module:3 (12)
Inventory Management
Concept of inventory with independent demand: Inventory cost structure Deterministic inventory
model - EOQ models, instantaneous receipt, Inventory model with discounts, delivery over a period
of time, Periodic review and continuous review inventory model; Selective Inventory Control ABC and VED.
Quality Management
Concept of quality; Quality of design, Conformance & performance; Cost of poor process
performance and quality. Statistical Quality Control - Process Control (X, R & P chart), Product
control-acceptance sampling and OC curve. Concept of TQM.
Module:4 (10)
Just in Time and Lean Production
Basic element in JIT, Pull system, Push system, Kanban production control system ,
Benefits of JIT, Jit implementation in Learning Organization, JIT in Services. topics.
Books
1. Chase, Jacobs, Aquilano, Agarwal, - Operations Management, TMH
2. Aswathappa& Sridhar Bhat, - Production and Operations Management, HPH Reference:
1. Krajewski,Ritzman,Kansal, - Operations Management, Pearson
2. Everette. Adam Jr., Ronald J. Ebert, - Production and Operations Management, PHI
3. Roberta S. Russell & Bernard W. Taylor III, - Operations Management, Pearson/ PHI
4. Gaither, Frazier- Operations Management