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Department of Mechanical & Automation Engineering

Lesson Plans for 5th Semester B. Tech (MAE)


Paper Code: BMA- 301
Paper Title: Machine Design

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Introduction to the design process for automation, factor influencing machine


design,

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Mechanical properties of materials, theory of failure, factor of safety, stress


concentration factor
Direct stress, bending stress, torsional stress and variable stress in machine
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Manufacturing & environment consideration in design


Tolerance, type of fits, selection of fits, limits
Key and keyed joints, cotter and knuckle joint
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Bolts and bolted joint with and without initial tightening loads,
Riveted joints, boiler joints, structural joints, welded joints, riveted and welded
joints under eccentric loading, springs.

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Shaft subject to combined loading, subjected to fatigue loading


Design of Power screws
Pulleys and flywheels, belt and chain drive.
Rigid and flexible types, design of levers.
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Design of spur and helical gears, bevel & worm gears.


Type of sliding bearing, materials, type of lubrication, design of sliding
bearing

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Selection and application of rolling bearing, seals and gaskets


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END TERM EXAM

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Lesson Plans for 5th Semester B. Tech (MAE)


Paper Code: BMA- 303
Paper Title: Manufacturing Technology

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Classification of m/c tools (based on application purpose, process & production rate)

Elements of tool geometry (tool signature as per ASA).Cutting Tool material & application

Various Types of Lathe (Centre lathe, facing lathe gap bed lathe, capstan lathe ,turret Lathe,
CNC Lathe ) Difference between CNC & Conventional Lathe

Major sub-assemblies of lathe (Bed, head stock, tail stock, carriage, cross slide, tool post and

apron

Work holding devices (Self cantering three jaw chuck, Independent four jaw chuck, collets, face
plates , dog carriers, centres and mandrels)

Operations on Lathe (Taper Turning & Calculation, Thread Cutting ,Facing, Under Cutting,
Drilling ,Boring, Parting Off,Knurling,Chamfering) Numerical

Reciprocating Type Machine Tools: Shaper, Planer & Slotter ,Construction and Features,
Working Mechanism and Types of Machines

Reciprocating Type Machine Tools: Shaper, Planer & Slotter, Calculations of Cutting Velocity
.feed and depth of cut,Numericals

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Lathe contd..Driving mechanisms, apron mechanism, thread cutting mechanism and


Calculations, features of half-nut engagement- disengagement, indexing dial mechanism.
Drilling Machines: Classification and uses, Constructional features of bench drilling
machine, radial drilling machine, multi-spindle drilling machine, feed mechanism
Work holding devices, Tool holding devices. Different drilling operations: Drilling,
reaming, counter boring and Countersinking etc., estimation of drilling time.
Milling Machines: Types of general purpose milling machines: horizontal, vertical and
universal. Types of milling cutters and their applications, different milling operations.
Work holding devices: vice, clamps, chucks, dividing head and its use, simple, compound
and differential indexing.
Indexing calculations and machining time calculations. Introduction to machining
centers.
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MID SEM EXAM

Different types of grinding machines: cylindrical, surface and centre-less grinding


machines, basic constructional features and mechanisms, specifications, Wheel Dressing
and Wheel Truing.
Specifications of grinding wheel, effect of grinding conditions and type of grinding on
wheel behavior.

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Introduction to honing, lapping and super-finishing processes.

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Case Study on a relevant Manufacturing Technology.

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Grand Total 40 L

Lesson Plans for 5th Semester B. Tech (MAE)


Paper Code: BMA- 305
Paper Title: Microprocessor & Microcontroller
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Introduction to microprocessors, classification,
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Introduction to microcontrollers, classification,
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basic architecture and its applications.
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Difference between microprocessors and microcontrollers.
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Various programming languages to program Microprocessor and Microcontroller,
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High-level language, assembly language, machine language.
Integrated development environment for application development, assemblers,
compilers.
8051 architecture, pin diagram, instruction set and classification of instruction set,
instruction and data format,
timing diagram of instructions, basic concept of programming, addressing modes.
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I/O Ports, SFRs, Timer, Counters,
UART, SPI, I2C,
External interrupt handling, Watch dog timer.
Case study of AVR, ATMEGA,
PIC and ARM microcontrollers,
PLC and I/O Modules, SCADA,
Interfacing Keyboard and Display Devices: LED, 7-segment LED display, LCD,

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Parallel and serial ADC, DAC interfacing,


Sensor interfacing and signal conditioning.
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Relays and Optoisolators, Stepper motor interfacing,
DC motor interfacing and PWM,
Engine ECU(controls, injections, opening closing of valves of engine),
Transmission ECU(controls automatic and manual transmissions),
Instrument Cluster ECU(controls dashboard display),
Body Control Module ECU(controls cabine temperature, power stearing, power
windows),
ABS ECU.
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END TERM EXAM

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Lesson Plans for 5th Semester B. Tech (MAE)


Paper Code: BMA-307
Paper Title: Thermal Enginering-II
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Combustion of Fuels Combustion reactions, First law applied to a combustion reaction, Mass
balance, Energy balance, Calculation of stoichiometric air-fuel ratio and actual air-fuel ratio
from the analysis of products.
Enthalpy of formation, Heat of combustion, Heating values: Enthalpy of combustion, Adiabatic
flame temperature. Numerical problems.
Reciprocating Air Compressor - Single stage compressor: Equation for work, Isothermal,
adiabatic and polytropic compression, Isothermal and adiabatic efficiency, Volumetric
efficiency.
Effect of clearance, Multi-stage compression with inter cooling. Numerical problems.

Centrifugal Air Compressor Constructional details, Working principle, Static and total
heads, Velocity diagrams and theory of operation, Work done by impeller, Losses and isentropic
efficiency of compressor.
Prewhirl, Surging and choking of compressors. Numerical problems.
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Fundamentals of IC Engines - Classification, two stroke and four stroke engines, SI and CI
engines, Theoretical and actual indicator diagrams, Valve and port timing diagram.
I C Engine Parts - Components of IC Engine and their functions, Battery ignition system for SI
engines, Fuel Injection system for CI Engines, Cooling and lubrication systems for IC engines.
Combustion in IC Engines - Combustion phenomenon in S.I. Engine, Pre-ignition, Autoignition and detonation in SI Engines, Factors affecting detonation, Rating of SI Engine fuels.
Combustion phenomenon in C.I. Engins, Delay period, Factor s influencing delay period, Diesel
knock, Rating of CI Engine fuels.
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Gas Turbines - Open and closed cycles for gas turbine, Analysis of basic closed cycle for gas
turbine, Thermal efficiency and specific work output, Optimum pressure ratio for maximum
cycle output, Optimum pressure ratio for maximum cycle efficiency, Effects of regeneration,
Re-heating and inter-cooling on thermal efficiency and work output.
Isentropic efficiencies of turbine and compressor, Advantages and disadvantages of gas
turbines, Application of gas turbines. Numerical problems.
Jet Propulsion: Different types of jet propulsion systems screw propeller, turbo-jet, turboprop, ram jet and pulse jet engines; Operation of rocket engine.
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Lesson Plans for 5th Semester B. Tech (MAE)


Paper Code: BMA-309
Paper Title: Automation in Manufacturing

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Production system, concept and history of Industrial Automation

Types of industrial automation, Advantages and Limitations

Automation and product development strategy.

Implications of automation on employee and employer.

Automation Production systems. Manufacturing costs.

Break even Analysis. Automation production elements.

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Advanced automation functions. Levels of automation

Automated material movement. Different types of material movements


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Conveyors, robots and AGVs.


Artificial Intelligence and expert system in automation

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Application of artificial intelligence in Manufacturing Automation.

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Automated assembly system. Transfer lines.

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Automated flow line, transfer mechanisms.

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Layout design. Advantages and limitations of each.

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Assembly line. Line balancing concept

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Limitations of work stations in a line.


Industry based case study.
metallurgy.

END TERM EXAM

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Lesson Plans for 5th Semester B. Tech (MAE)


Paper Code: BAS -311
Paper Title: Human Values & Professional Ethics
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Definition of Morals, Values and Ethics, Discussion on values: Integrity, Work Ethic,
Respect for Others
Discussion on values: Living Peacefully, Caring, Sharing, Honesty, Valuing Time, Cooperation, Commitment, Empathy, Self-Confidence, Character, Spirituality
Indian values: Learning from Vedas, Geeta and other Scriptures
Ethical Living and Harmony in Life
Profession and Professionalism
Ethical Theories: Kohlbergs Theory, Piagets Theory
Gilligans Theory

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MINOR - I EXAM
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Engineering Profession, Engineering Professionals- Training, Skill Set, Life Skills


Engineering Ethics: Making Senses and Issues, Ethical Obligations of Engineers
Ethical Codes for Engineers.
Moral Dilemmas, Types of Enquiry
Engineering as experimentation, Engineers as responsible Experimenters
Safety and Risk, Engineers Responsibility for Safety, Risk Benefit Analysis
Case Studies

MINOR II EXAM
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Disaster Management, Professional Rights, Employee Rights, Intellectual Property


Rights
Multinational corporations, Environmental ethics, computer ethics, Research Ethics.
Weapons Development, Corporate Social responsibility, Business Ethics

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END TERM EXAM

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