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PES UNIVERSITY

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


SYLLABUS B.TECH SEMESTER 3
BATCH 2016-20

Hours per Course


Sl. Credits
Course Code Course Title week Type
No.
L T P S
1. UE16MA201 Engineering Mathematics - III 3 0 2 4 4 FC
Material Science and
2. UE16ME201 4 0 0 2 4 CC
Metallurgy
3. UE16ME202 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 1 0 4 4 CC
4. UE16ME203* Mechanics of Solids 3 1 0 4 4 CC
Metal Casting and Welding
5. UE16ME204 4 0 0 2 4 CC
Processes
Computing Lab for Mechanical
6. UE16ME205 0 0 2 1 1 CC
Engineers
Material Characterization and
7. UE16ME206 0 0 2 1 1 CC
Testing Laboratory
Metal Casting and Welding
8. UE16ME207 0 0 2 1 1 CC
Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics I
9. UE17MA101D (Applicable to Lateral Entry 2 0 0 0 2 FC
Students)
17 2
TOTAL / / 8 19 23 / 25
19 3
Note: Prerequisite course: * UE16CV101

UE16ME201: MATERIAL SCIENCE AND METALLURGY (4-0-0-2-4)


Course Objectives:
To introduce the basic concepts of crystal structure, its different types and defects
To enable the student to visualize lattice atomic diffusion
To familiarize the students with mechanical behavior of metals, different types of
mechanical testing and fracture behavior of metals
To enable the students to understand solid and liquid phase reactions and phase
diagrams, under equilibrium and non-equilibrium conditions
To provide an overview of different types of heat treatment processes of ferrous and
non-ferrous metals
Course Outcomes:
At the end of the course, the student will be able to
explain the importance of materials for various applications
identify and analyze the various crystal structures and defects responsible for change
in the material properties and explain the process of diffusion, its types and
mechanisms
identify different phases in iron-carbon diagram for steels and cast-iron and non
equilibrium phases
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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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use the phase diagrams effectively to identify the phase-state of the material for a
given temperature condition
select the best heat treatment process based on application and identify the
composition, properties and application of various ferrous, non-ferrous and composite
materials
Course Content:
1. Lattice, Unit cell, Basis and crystal structure: Unit cell, Space lattice, Bravais
Lattices, Miller indicesin cubic and hexagonal structures, Crystal Imperfections,
Atomic Diffusion: Ficks laws of diffusion
2. Mechanical Properties and Testing: Deformations, Tensile test, , Hardness test,
Strain rate effects and Impact testing
3. Solid Solutions and Phase Equilibrium: Phases, Phase rule, solid solutions,
Equilibrium diagrams, Lever rule, Solidification: Nucleation &Growth, Defects, Cast
structure.
4. Equilibrium diagrams and Heat Treatment: Fe-Fe3 Phase Diagram: Phases in Fe-C
system, Effect of alloying elements, TTT diagram, CCT diagram. Heat Treatment of
Steels: Surface hardening, Hardenability of Steels, Jominy End Quench test, effect of
alloying elements
5. Materials Properties and Applications: Ferrous and Non-ferrous engineering alloys,
Carbon Steels, AISI designation of steels, Light alloys, Ceramics, Polymers, Cast
Irons, Composite materials
Prerequisite Course: None
Reference Books:
1. "The Science and Engineering of Materials ", Donald R Askeland and Pradeep, P.
Phule, Cengage Learning, Sixth Edition, 2010.
2. "Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction", William D. Callister, Jr., John
Wiley & Sons, Eighth Edition, 2009.
3. "Characterization of Materials, Volumes 1 and 2, John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey,
2003.
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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SYLLABUS B.TECH SEMESTER 3
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UE16ME202: ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (3-1-0-4-4)


Course Objectives:
To introduce the fundamental concepts, terms and terminologies involved in
thermodynamics.
To enable students to understand and apply the laws of thermodynamics and the
concepts of available energy and availability (exergy) to solve engineering problems.
To train the students to use charts, tables and equations used in solving engineering
problems related to thermodynamics.

Course Outcomes:
At the end of the course, the student will be able to
apply fundamental thermodynamic concepts to classify systems as open, closed and
isolated and apply the zeroth law of thermodynamics to solve problems
apply the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics and the concept of entropy to solve
engineering problems involving closed and open systems by making proper
assumptions
analyze closed and open systems using the concepts of available energy and
availability (exergy)
apply thermodynamic concepts to describe the performance of individual components
of a system (e.g. power plant, a jet engine etc) and relate that information to the
overall performance of the entire system
analyze different processes involving gases, gas mixtures and pure substances using
charts, tables and equations

Course Content:
1. Introduction: concept of temperature; zeroth law of thermodynamics; Work and Heat
Transfer.
2. First Law of Thermodynamics: first law for a closed system-isolated-open system-
analysis of steady and unsteady flow systems
3. Second Law of Thermodynamics: limitations of first law; Kelvin-Planck and
Clausius statements of second law; reversibility and causes of irreversibility;
corollaries of second law
4. Entropy and Availability: Clausius inequality (Clausius theorem), Entropy
generation in closed and open systems; Tds relations, Isentropic process; availability
analysis for closed and open systems
5. Properties of Gases, Gas Mixtures and Pure Substances: Daltons law and Gibbs
law; state diagrams for a pure substance.
Prerequisite Course: None
Reference Books:
1. Engineering Thermodynamics, P.K.Nag, TMH publishing Co. Ltd., 2008
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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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2. Thermodynamics - An Engineering Approach, Yunus A Cengel & Michael Boles,


Seventh Edition, TMH publishing Co. Ltd., 2011
PES UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SYLLABUS B.TECH SEMESTER 3
BATCH 2016-20

UE16ME203: MECHANICS OF SOLIDS (3-1-0-4-4)

Course Objectives:
To enable the students to
acquire fundamental understanding of the behavior of components used in machines
develop skills to help them model and analyze the behavior of machine components
subjected to various loading support conditions based on equilibrium principles
understand the concepts of stress and strain in materials and to understand various
terminologies associated such as tensile strength, factor of safety, yield stress and
many more
understand the concepts of shear force/bending moment deflection in beams
understand the concepts of torsion and its application to design of shafts
understand the concepts of column loading and its effect due to buckling

Course Outcomes:
At the end of the course, the student should be able to
display a good understanding of the behavior of components used in machines
demonstrate the required skill sets needed to model and analyze the behavior of
machine components subjected to various loading support conditions based on
equilibrium principles
use the concepts of stress and strain in materials and apply the understanding of
various terminologies associated such as tensile strength, factor of safety, yield stress
and many more in solving simple numerical problems
demonstrate a thorough understand of the concepts related shear force/bending
moment deflection in beams, torsion and its application to design of shafts
apply their understanding of buckling of beams demonstrate their ability to analyze
buckling of simple beams subject to simple boundary and loading conditions
understand the concepts of column loading and its effect due to buckling

Course Content:
1. Axial Loading: Basics of axial and multi-axial loading, statically indeterminate
problems, Saint-Venants principle, Stress concentrations, Plastic deformation,
Thermal Stresses.
2. Transformation of Stress and Strain: Transformation of plane stress, Principal
stresses, Maximum shearing stress, Mohrs circle, Pressure Vessels: Stresses in thin
and thick walled pressure vessels
3. Analysis and Design of Beams For Bending: Shear and Bending-Moment Diagrams,
Pure Bending, Deformation in a Symmetric Member, Stresses and Deformations in the
Elastic Range,
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4. Shearing Stress in Beams: shearing stress in a beam, Deflection of Beams,


Transverse Loading, Singularity Functions, Area moment method.
5. Columns: Stability, Eulers Formula, Empirical formula; Torsion: Introduction,
Deformations in a Circular Shaft, Stresses in the Elastic Range, Angle of twist,
Stresses and deflection in close coiled helical springs

Prerequisite Course: UE16CV101

Reference Books:
1. Mechanics of Materials (In SI Units), Ferdinand P Beer, E Russell Johnston, Jr John
T DeWolf, TATA McGraw-Hill, Special Indian Edition, Sixth Edition,2012.
2. Strength of Materials, S Ramamrutham, Dhanpat Rai Publications, Reprint 2005.
3. Strength of Materials, I.B. Prasad, Khanna Publishers, Eighth Edition 1989.
PES UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SYLLABUS B.TECH SEMESTER 3
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UE16ME204: METAL CASTING & WELDING PROCESSES (4-0-0-2-4)


Course Objectives:
To enable students to understand the basic concepts of foundry practices, specifically
metal casting and metal melting practices
To train students to analyze a given job for designing appropriate pattern and gating
system and also to see if special casting methods are required
To introduce the students to basic concepts of welding and discuss different types of
welding processes
Course Outcomes:
At the end of the course, the student will be able to
apply the process of sand casting and customize it for a given material type and
application or use special casting methods if necessary
design appropriate type of pattern, gating system and select the right molding and core
materials by analyzing the part to be cast
apply the knowledge of different types of melting furnaces to select appropriate
method of metal melting
differentiate between various types of welding operations and justify its use for a
given application
select and apply appropriate type of welding process after analyzing various factors
associated with the joining operation
Course Content:
1. Introduction to Manufacturing: Manufacturing Process, casting. Foundry, Patterns and
Pattern Making, Molding and Core Sands
2. Gating System: Principles. Design of gating system Defects, Turbulence, Design criteria
for pouring basin, sprue, runner and gates.
3. Melting furnaces and Practicestypes of furnaces, crucible furnace, Electric furnaces;
Cupola- construction and zones; Ladle Metallurgy: degassing techniques, gas
scavenging, desulphurization, liquid metal cleanliness and inoculation.
4. Special casting methods: Permanent mould casting, Centrifugal casting, Investment
casting, Continuous casting. Shell moulding. Plaster mould casting, anitioch process and
squeeze casting.
5. Welding and allied processes: welding processes and concept, Special welding

Prerequisite Course: None


Reference Books:
1. A Text book of Foundry Technology, O P Khanna, Dhanpat Rai Publications, 1996.
2. A course in Workshop Technology, Volume I, Manufacturing processes, B.S.
Raghuwanshi, Dhanpat Rai & Co. (P) Ltd publishers, 2005.
3. Principles of Metal Casting, Richard W. Heine, Carl R. Loper Jr and Philip C,
Rosenthal, Tata McGraw-Hill Publication, Second Edition, 2001.
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4. Welding and Welding Technology, by Richard L. Little, Tata McGraw-Hill Publication,


Thirty Seventh Reprint, 2009.
UE16ME205: COMPUTING LAB FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (0-0-2-1-1)
Course Objectives:
To equip students to use MATLAB for solving Mechanical Engineering problems
To enable the students to choose those MATLAB techniques which are most
appropriate for solving their problem
To make students learn how to write good MATLAB codes which
o are easily readable
o have a clear flow of logic and command execution order
To equip students with necessary skills to perform good data visualization and use
logical and iteration loops effectively in their MATLAB codes
To introduce them to solving application oriented problems using MATLAB

Course Outcomes:
At the end of the course, the student will be able to
use built-in MATLAB functions in their codes and perform matrix related operations
and employ conditional and looping statements
differentiate between MATLAB script and function file, create user-defined functions
use various data visualization tools to visualise scientific and engineering data,
manipulate the graphics characteristics according to specific needs
solve linear algebraic equations, first order and second order differential equations, fit
polynomial and trigonometric curves to available data
analyse simple cam profiles and temperature distribution in a 1D fin

Course Content:
1. Introduction: Staring MATLAB, elementary functions, commands and variables
2. Expressions: Scalar and Vector Expressions and their evaluations
3. Arrays: Creation and Manipulations of array, built in functions for arrays.
4. Scripts and functions: Creation and execution of script files and function files.
5. Programming in MATLAB: Loops and conditional statements
6. Graphics: Two dimensional and three dimensional plots and formatting the plots.
7. Polynomials: Polynomials and curve fitting
8. System of linear equations: Formulation and solution of system of linear equations
using various options of MATLAB.
9. ODE: Solution of first order ordinary differential equations
10. ODE: Solution of second and higher order differential equations
11. Cams: Plotting of CAM profiles for at least 4 different motion conditions.
12. Fins: Program to plot one dimensional temperature distribution in a fin.
Prerequisite Course: None

Reference Books:
1. MATLAB: An introduction with applications, Amos Gilat, Wiley India, 2009.
2. Getting Started with MATLAB: A Quick Introduction for Scientists and Engineers,
Rudra Pratap, Oxford University Press, 2010.
3. www.mathworks.com for various learning resources.
UE16ME206: MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION AND TESTING LABORATORY
(0-0-2-1-1)
Course Objectives:
To train the students to use UTM for mechanical testing of specimen under varying
load conditions
To train the students to use various machines to determine hardness, wear resistance,
rigidity modulus and impact strength
To enable the students to understand material characterization and use of non
destructive methods of testing

Course Outcomes:
At the end of the course, the student will be able to
determine the elastic properties of materials using UTM and torsion testing machine
determine the impact strength of a material using Izod and Charpy tests
evaluate surface properties of materials using wear and hardness testing machines
evaluate microstructure of different materials using the metallurgical microscope
identify defects using non-destructive testing methods

Course Content:
1. Tensile test on metallic specimen using Universal Testing Machine
2. Shear test on metallic specimen using Universal Testing Machine
3. Compression test on metallic specimen using Universal Testing Machine
4. Izod impact test on metal specimen
5. Charpy impact test on metal specimen
6. To study wear characteristics of ferrous and non-ferrous materials for different
parameters
7. Torsion test on metallic specimen
8. Brinell, Rockwell and Vickers Hardness test
9. Identification of microstructures of different engineering materials
10. Bending test on metallic and nonmetallic specimens
11. Fatigue test
12. Non-destructive test experiments like ultrasonic flaw detection, magnetic crack
detection, dye penetration testing, to study the defects of cast and welded specimens

Prerequisite Course: None

Reference Book:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, PESU.
UE16ME207: METAL CASTING AND WELDING LABORATORY (0-0-2-1-1)
Course Objectives:
To familiarize and train students in performing various tests to analyse the properties
of moulding and core sand materials
Demonstrate to the students the various sand casting methods using different types of
patterns
To train the students in the use of various welding and soldering equipment
To train the students in hot & cold forging practices
Course Outcomes:
At the end of the course, the student will be able to
test moulding and core sand properties for its concurrence with a given sand casting
application
use varieties of foundry tools and equipments
select appropriate type of pattern, carefully prepare gating system around it and
prepare sand mould for a given job
apply various welding practices to fabricate simple jobs
perform simple hot and cold forging operations
Course Content:
1. Compression strength test
2. Permeability test
3. Shear strength test
4. Tensile strength test
5. Grain fineness number
6. Clay content test
7. Cor Hardness and Mould hardness tests
8. Use of foundry tools and other equipment
9. Foundry model with split pattern
10. Foundry model with solid pattern
11. Foundry model (Hand Cut Model)
12. Preparation of one casting using Aluminum (demonstration)
13. Use of welding tools and other equipment
14. Welding Model 1 BUTT joint by Electric Arc Welding (DC / AC)
15. Welding Model 2 T joint / L joint by Electric Arc welding
16. Welding Model 3 Lap Joint by Resistance Spot Welding
17. Welding Model 4 Resistance Roller Seam Welding
18. MIG Welding demonstration
19. Cold forging Model 1
20. Hot forging Model 2
Prerequisite Course: None
Reference Material:
1. Laboratory Manual prepared by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, PESU