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Subject Code Teaching Examination Scheme
Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Prac TW Total
Pract Paper Marks t
ALTERNATE ENERGY M-801 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 25 200
SOURCES University 3 Hrs 100

1 Introduction :
Energy needs, conventional energy sources, non-conventional energy sources
2 Solar radiation & its measurement :
solar constant, spectral distribution of solar radiation, beam, diffuse and global radiation, attenuation of
beam radiation, basic earth-sun angles, local solar time, derived solar angles, sunrise, sunset and day
3 Liquid flat plate collectors :
Construction & working, performance analysis, collector efficiency, transmissivity of a cover system,
transmissivity – absorptivity product, overall loss coefficient, collector efficiency factor, heat removal
factor, selective surfaces.
4 Concentrating Collectors:
Types, concentration ratio, cylindrical parabolic collector, its thermal performance, orientation and
tracking requirement, materials of concentrating collectors, central receiver collector.
5 Applications of solar energy :
Solar air heaters-types, solar driers, storage of solar energy-thermal storage, solar pond – non
convecting & salt gradient, solar water heaters, solar heating & cooling of buildings, photovoltaics -
solar cells & its applications, solar distillation, solar still, solar cooker, solar refrigeration, application of
solar energy in space.
6 Wind Energy :
Introduction, principles of wind energy conversion, wind energy estimation, site election, wind energy
conversion system – classification – advantages and disadvantages, wind machines – analysis of
aerodynamic forces acting on the blade – performance, energy storage, application , safety and
environmental aspects.
7 Energy from Biomass :
Biomass conversion technologies, Biogas generation plants – classification – advantages and
disadvantages – constructional details – site selection – digester design consideration – filling a
digester for starting – maintaining biogas production and utilization of biogas and plant waste – biogas
plant scope and future.
8 Geothermal Energy :
Estimation and nature of geothermal energy, geothermal sources and resources like hydrothermal,
geopressured hot dry rock, magma. advantages, disadvantages and application of geothermal energy,
prospects of geothermal energy in India.
9 Energy from the ocean :
Ocean Thermal Electric Conversion (OTEC) systems like open cycle, closed cycle, Hybrid cycle,
prospects of OTEC in India.
Energy from tides, basic principle of tidal power, tidal power plants, tidal Energy systems, advantages,
limitation and scope of tidal energy. Wave energy and power from wave, wave energy conversion
devices, advantages and disadvantages of wave energy.
10 Magneto Hydro Dynamic ( MHD) Power Generation :
Principle, various systems, and future prospects.
11 Energy Management :
Energy economics, energy conservation, energy audit, general concept of total energy system, scope
of alternative energy system in India.
Term Work:
The term work shall be based on the topics mentioned above.

Practical / Oral: The candidate shall be examined on the basis of term-work.

1. Solar Energy Utilization by G. D. Rai , Khanna Pub.
2. Non- Conventional Energy Source by G. D. Rai , Khanna Pub.
3. Solar Energy by S. P. Sukhatme , Tata Mc Graw Hill
Subject Code Teaching Examination Scheme
Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Pract TW Total
Pract Paper Marks
MACHINE M-802 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 50 225
DESIGN University 3 Hrs 100

1 Introduction :
Introduction to statistical considerations in design – process capabilities, Natural tolerances, reliability,
Hazard rate – mean time before failure ( MTBF)
2 Ergonomics :
Aesthetics and Ergonomics in design
3 Design of gears :
Design of spur, helical , bevel and worm gears ,Lewis equation,– form factor, velocity factor, service
factor, stress concentration factor for gear tooth profile, reliability factor. Gear tooth profile – surface
finish (accuracy) and surface hardness. Selection of materials, checking the gear tooth for dynamic
load, wear load endurance strength, calculation of bearing reactions for different types of gear drives,
gear lubricants and gear lubrication. Load rating of machine cut spur and helical gears as per IS
.power, Introduction to design of speed reducers and multi speed gear box. Selection of spur, helical
and worm gear speed reducers with reference to manufacturers catalogues.
4 Design of bearings :
Design of sliding contact bearings, hydrodynamic, hydrostatic and boundary lubrication, Petroff’s
equation for lightly loaded bearings, Mackers’ equation, determination of coefficient of friction and
power loss in bearings, Sommerfield number, checking performance of sliding contact bearing by use
of Raimondi and Boyds charts.
5 Selection of bearings:
Advantages and disadvantages of rolling contact bearing vs sliding contact bearing, basic dynamic
and static capacity of bearings, L10 life, average life of bearings, selection procedure for given loading
and life of bearings. Installation of rolling contact bearings, preloading of rolling contact bearings,
lubrication of bearings
6 Design of I C Engine components:
Introduction to design of I.C. Engine components like pistons, valves gears, flywheel, crank shafts,
and connecting rod.
7 Design of Hoisting elements
– selection of wire ropes, hoisting chains, sheaves, hooks and related components.

Term work :
Students will be required to prepare a report of one major problem from
1. Speed reducer & Gear Box
2. Material handling equipment – hoists, cranes etc.
3. I C Engine components
4. Design of simple system involving the design of elements and minor problems from
the above topics.

Students will be required to prepare an assembly and detail drawing on A1 size sheets of major problem.

Practical / Oral:
The candidate shall be examined on the basis of above termwork.

1. Machine Design – by Bhandari, TMH Pub.
2. Machine Design – by Dr. Sadhu Singh, Khanna Pub.
3. Machine Design – by Sharma & Agrawal, S.K.Kataria & Sons
4. Machine Design – by Pandya & Shah, Charotar Publishing House
5. Machine Design – by R C Patel. Vol. II., C. Jamnadas & Co.
6. Machine Design Vol. II & III by Farzak Haidery , Nirali Prakashan
7. Machine Design by J.E.Shigley, MGH Pub.

Subject Code Teaching Examination Scheme

Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Prac TW Total
Pract Paper Marks t
PRODUCTION AND M-803 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 25 200
OPERATIONS University 3 Hrs 100

1 Production planning and control:

Introduction, types of production systems and their characteristics, functions and objectives of PPC.
2 Product design and development:
factors affecting product design, elements of product development, standardization and simplification
and specialization
3 Sales forecasting:
Definition & concepts, Importance of consumer opinions, customer opinions, distribution surveys,
executive opinions marketing trends – Time series analysis trend – cycles – seasonal – errors. Time
series calculations least square – exponential – simple average, moving averages, comparison and
control of time series forecasts, co-ordination selection of forecasting methods. Close ups and updates.
4 Process planning :
Concept of Process Planning, Process Engineering outputs (Route Sheet, Bill of Material, Operation
Sheet, Process Drawing, Master Production Schedule), Concept of Operation Classification (major,
qualifying, basic), Aggregate planning, economic batch quantity.
5 Loading and scheduling :
Factors affecting scheduling procedure and techniques, set of gantt chart, network in scheduling
elements of CPM-PERT, crashing of network line of balancing and assembly line balance sequencing,
graphical solution of sequencing problems.
6 Inspection and quality control :
Inspection, Function, types, objective and benefits, quality control, principle, introduction to concepts of
quality circles, total quality management statistical quality control concepts, variables and attribute.
Normal distribution curves and its property,. Charts for variable and attributes and their application and
interpretation ( analysis ) process capability, acceptance sampling, sampling plans OC curves and AOQ
7 Value engineering and value analysis :
Value analysis – value, its types, approach and analysis, including techniques, procedures, advantages
and application of value engineering and value control.
8 Sales marketing & market research:
Functions and organization, marketing concepts vs selling concepts, market research, advertising, sales
promotion distribution channels. Introduction to market research, classification & steps in market
research, objective & benefit of market research, market survey.
9 Entrepreneurship:
Concept, product identification, infrastructure facilities, preparation of project report, sources of
industrial finance, resources allocation, government incentives to entrepreneurs.
10 Management information systems (MIS) :
Introduction, concept, elements, use of computers in industrial engineering – benefits and application.
11 Basic concepts of TQM JIT etc., Introduction to ISO 9000 and ISO 14000.
Term Work: The term work shall be based on the topics mentioned above.

Practical / Oral: The candidate shall be examined on the basis of term-work.

1. PPC And Industrial Management by K C Jain & L N Agrawal.
2. Industrial Engineering And Management by O P Khanna.
3. Statistical Quality Control by Mahajan.
4. PERT & CPM by R C Gupta.
5. Modern Production Management by Buffa.
6. Production System, Planning, Analysis and Control by J L Riggs.

Subject Code Teaching Examination Scheme

Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Prac TW Total
Pract Paper Marks t
PRODUCTION AND M-804 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 25 200
OPERATIONS University 3 Hrs 100

1 Introduction:
Rationale for CAD/CAM, Computer aided Manufacturing, The CAM hierarchy, elements of
CAM-Database, Production Management, Manufacturing control, NC/CNC, Product Design &
Development, benefits, limitations and applications
2 Computer aided production & operation management:
Basic concepts of Computer Aided Forecasting and Computer Aided Plant Layout
Material Requirement Planning Systems:- basics, input -product tree structure, Master
Production Schedule and Inventory Status File, structure, output report, working of system,
benefits and limitations, Pegging, Cycle counting, Updating and Time fence, Capacity
Requirement Planning.
Scheduling:- Single machine-Branch and bound method
Flow shop-Johnson's rule, and CDS heuristic
Job shop- Priority Dispatching rules, heuristic and Indexing method
Group Technology:- Objectives, part families, similarities, design and Manufacturing
attributes, two hurdles in implementing G. T., classification methods- visual inspection, product
flow analysis and coding, need and types of structure, Opitz, MICLASS and CODE coding
systems, G.T. machine cells and types, concept of composite part, benefits and limitations.
Computer Aided Process Planning:- Variant and Generative CAPP, benefits, Machinability
Data System, Computer Generated Time Standard forward and backward planning,
implementation considerations, CAPP Systems-CAM-I CAPP, MUL TICAPP, APPAS and
Computer Aided Quality Control:- Computer in Q.C., Contact inspection methods, non
contact inspection such as optical and non optical methods, computer aided testing, benefits
and limitations.
3 Numerical control in machine tools:
Types-Numerical, Direct Numerical, Computerized Numerical and Distributive Numerical,
evolution of controller, adoptive control, tool conditioning monitoring, classification of
NC/CNC machine tools, velocity control and position control, block diagrams for NC and CNC
machines, factors considered for selecting components for NC/CNC machining, factors
influencing selection of NC/CNC machine tools. Construction and working of Main parts of
NC/CNC machine tools:-Speed drives, feed drives, re circulating ball screw, linear motion
guide, machine slides, spindle, bed, structure, linear and rotary transducers, chip conveyor,
automatic tool changer, tools and tool holders, CNC systems and their specifications and
advanced features, MCU types and functions, interpolators- functions, types, hardwares and
softwares, NC tape, tape formats and various types of tape readers. CNC lath, turning center,
CNC milling machine and Machining centers.
NC coordinate systems, work piece zero systems, absolute and incremental programming, NC
motion control (PTP, Straight cut and Contouring), open loop and closed loop systems,
Component Drawing Instruction and its use.
Manual part programming :- Various types of programming formats, G codes, M codes and
other codes, Canned cycles, radius compensation, programming exercises for drilling, milling
and turning, subroutine, parametric subroutine.
Computer assisted programming:- Enlist languages, Automated programmed Tools (APT)-
geometrical motion, auxiliary and post processor statements, APT programs for drilling,
milling and turning, tool path generation and verification. CNC programming based on
software:- The CAD/CAM approach to part programming- machining from 3D models.

4 Flexible Manufacturing Systems:-

Introduction, objectives of an ideal FMS, applications, classification, functional components,
hardware components, FMC, pallets and fixtures, elements of an FMS- NC/CNC machines,
three coordinate measuring machines, robots, conveyors, AGVs, ASRS and computers and
their functions, FMS layouts, specifications, benefits, limitations, quantitative analysis, FMS
planning and implementation issues.
5 Computer Integrated Manufacturing:-
Introduction, CIM concepts-IBM, Simens, Digital Equipment Corporation, E-Spirit-CIM-OSA
model, NIST, AMRF, CIM hardware CIM software, development of CIM, specifications, CIM
database and database management system.
6 Robots: -
Components, classifications, various types of physical configurations, specifications, basic
motions, robot control, methods of programming the robot, economic considerations which can
be used as a competitive weapon and selection and industrial applications of robots.
7 CAD/CAM integration:-
Introduction, activities involved in CAD/CAM integration such as 3D modeling, analysis and
optimization, 2D drafting and drawing, database management, process planning, tool design,
NC programming and inspection, case studies, brief description of commonly used software
packages and their use in area of CAD/CAM/CAE.
Term Work: The term work shall be based on the topics mentioned above.

Practical / Oral: The candidate shall be examined on the basis of term-work.

1. Production & Operation Management-R. Paneerselvam- Prentic Hall
2. Numerical Control & Computer Aided Manufacturing-T. K. Kundra & P.N. Rao
3. CAD,CAM,CIM- P. Radhakrishnan & S.Subranarayan- New Age International
4. CAD,CAM,CIM- Mikell P. Groover & EN. Zimmers- Prentic Hall
5. Computer Aided Manufacturing-Chang and Wysk-
6. Computer Aided Manufacturing S. Vishal-S. K. Kataria & Sons-Delhi
7. Computer Aided Production Management-P.B. Mahapatra-
8. Computer Numerical Control Machines- P. Radhakrishnan-New Age International

Subject Code Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Prac TW Total
Pract Paper Marks t
OPERATIONS M-805/1 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 50 225
RESEARCH (E. P. II) University 3 Hrs 100

1 Introduction to operations research :

Introduction and History of O.R., Definition and Characteristics of O.R., Scope and areas of application
of O.R., Phases of O.R.
2 Linear programming:
Introduction of linear programming (LPP), Mathematical formulation of the problem, graphical solution,
simultaneous linear equations, slack and surplus variable, simplex method, procedure to obtain
optimal solution by simplex method, approximation and equality, variable unrestricted design,
alternative optimal solution minimization and Maximization problem BIG M and TWO PHASE methods,
degeneracy. Duality in LPP, Dual problem and its construction, interpretation and properties, Dual
simplex algorithm.
3 Transportation techniques:
Mathematical statement of T.P. Methods to obtaining the initial basic feasible solution. (viz. : NWCR,
VAM, LCEM ) optimal solution by stepping stone and MODI methods, Minimization and maximization
problems, conditional allocations over time problems, Transshipment problem.
4 Assignment techniques:
Mathematical statement of problem, Technique for solution, Hungarian method, modified matrix,
maximization and minimization problem, routing problems, travelling salesmen problem.
5 Replacement theory:
Introduction, replacement of equipment that deteriorate and become obsolete, replacement of
equipment that do not degenerate but fail,. Replacement by alternative equipment, money value
changing with times. Replacement with salvage value considered. Group replacement policy.
6 Queuing theory:
Introduction, input process, queue discipline, service mechanism, inter arrival times, service time,
Kendall’s notation queuing models, M/M/1 and with finite queue model with poisson arrival with
exponential service, multi-channel queuing model. The [ M/M/1: ( /SIRO ) ] model III [ M/M/1 : ( N/FIFO
) ] model IV ( Birth death process M/M/C Queuing systems with M/M/C : ( / FIFO ) M/M/C (N/FIFO)
M/M/C (C/FIFO) Queues in series.
7 Theory of games:
Introduction, Two person zero sum games, The maxi min, mini max principle, Games without saddle
point – mixed strategies Graphical solution of 2XN and MX2 Games,

Term Work: The term work shall be based on the topics mentioned above.

Practical / Oral: The candidate shall be examined on the basis of term-work.

Books :
1. Operation Research - by Kanti Swarup & Manmohan , Sultan Chand & Co.
2. Operation Research - by R.C. Patel – N.R. Dave, C. Jamnadas & Co.
3. Operation Research - by V. K. Kapoor , Sultan Chand & Co.
4. Operations Research for Management – by G.V. Shenoy & Shrivastav.
5. Operations Research by Taha
Subject Code Teaching Examination Scheme
Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Prac TW Total
Pract Paper Marks t
AUTOMOBILE M- 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 50 225
ENGINEERING (E.P.II) 805/2 University 3 Hrs 100

1 Vehicle Performance:
Forces acting on vehicle in motion, Transmission efficiency, Factors affecting it. Rolling resistance,
Grade resistance, tractive force with uniform speed and with acceleration of vehicle, Traction
characteristic. Dynamic factor, weight transfer due to various resistance acting on a vehicle in motion.
Stability of a vehicle in motion around the curve.
2 Chassis Frame & Body:
Types of frames engine location. Caparison of front and rear mounting of engine. Arrangement of
clutch assembly, gearbox, propeller shaft with universal joints. Front and rear differentials, rear, front
and four wheel drives, their relative merits, types of chassis pre requirements of body, types of bodies
& their construction.
3 Transmission System:
Clutch: Constructional features of clutch used in two wheelers, three wheelers, components of each
type, their functions, force acting on them. Calculation of surface area and number of driving and
driven plates. Nature of wear and tear each components, effect of misalignment and mis adjustment of
components. Trouble shooting charts.
Gear Box: Sliding, constant mesh and synchro mesh, type gear box transfer case of four wheel drive
vehicle. Automatic gear transmission fluid coupling torque converter, over speed drive and its working.
Propeller Shaft: Universal joints, slip joint, constant velocity joint, whirling of propeller shaft, Hotchkiss
& Torque tube Drives.
Final Drive and Rear Axle: Types of front drive, differential conventional and non-slip type, pinion
adjustment. Diagnosis of faults, types of rear axle.
4 Axle, Suspension and Steering System:
Front Axle: Types, Construction, Components and their functions.
Suspension System: Principle, type of suspension system, conventional and independent front and
rear axle. Spring, rubber and air suspensions, automatic/Hydro suspension system.
Steering System: Steering Layout, types of steering gears, staring linkages, steering mechanism,
definitions, and significance of camber, caster king, pin inclination, toe in and toe out on turn.
Measurement and adjustment of various steering system layouts, steering ratio, under steering and
over steering, power assisted steering, steering geometry, wheel alignment, and diagnosis of fault.
5 Brakes:
Principles and types of various brakes, power assisted brakes, braking distance, braking efficiency
wei9ght transfer, self engineering effect and braking torque capacity. Faults, their diagnosis,
adjustment and maintenance.
6 Wheels & Tyres :
Types of wheels, types of tyres, tyre construction, constituents of tyre, tyre tread pattern, tyre pressure
and wear, tyre properties tyre size, tyre maintenance.
7 Electrical Systems :
Battery: Construction, working, methods of rating, faults, charging methods, test, generator and
cranking motor with drive purpose, construction, faults and diagnosis, voltage and current regulator,
purpose, typical circuit, layout, working principle, voltage setting.
Lamps, Lighting and other circuits: Electrical necessaries such as fuel gauge, temperature gauge,
wiper, speedometer.
8 Study of Modern Vehicle:
Construction and operational features of four wheelers available in Indian market.
9 Garages & Servicing and Trouble Shooting:
Garaging & its types, equipments for garages, tools in a service station, services carried out in
garages and service station. Necessity and types of servicing, cleaning. Engine decoking automobile
overhauling, car battery services, trouble shooting and remedy.
10 Air Pollution and Control:
Pollutants from gasoline engines, evaporation losses, crank case blow by, exhaust emission and effect
of operating variables and electronic fuel injection, gasoline engine emission control methods a such
as engine design modification, treatment of exhaust gas and fuel modification, blow by control
package, evaporative loss control device, catalytic voncertor, control of nox and total emission control
package, diesel engine emission and control. Standards for emission of pollutants from motor
vehicles, National ambient air quality standards, Euro norms, Methods of issuing PUC certificate
11 Automobile Law:
Motor vehicle act, Registration of motor vehicles, driving license, control of traffic, Insurance against
third party, claims for compensation.
12 Silencer - Mufflers types:
Baffle type, wave cancellation type, resonance type, absorber type, combined resonance and
absorber type. Their construction and capacity to damp high and low frequency waves.

Term Work: The term work shall be based on the topics mentioned above.

Practical / Oral: The candidate shall be examined on the basis of term-work.

Books :

1. Automobile Engineering Vol-I & II by Kirpal Singh, Standard Pub.

2. Automobile Engineering Vol-I & II by K.M.Gupta,Umesh Pub.
3. Automobile Engineering by R.B.Gupta , Satya Prakashan
4. Automobile Engineering by W.Crouse , Tata Mc Graw Hill
5. Automotive Engineering by N.K.Giri, Khanna Pub.
6. Automobile Engineering by Narang, Khanna Pub.

Subject Code Teaching Examination Scheme

Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Prac TW Total
Pract Paper Marks t
AIR CONDITIONING M- 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 50 225
ENGINEERING (E.P. II) 805/3 University 3 Hrs 100

1 Psychometric Processes:
Types of room loads, load due to outside air and total load for standard air conditions, introduction to
effective room load, RSHF and GSHF coil apparatus dew point and its importance in cooling coil
selection, Supply air condition , dehumidified air quantity room apparatus dew point .
2 Air and Human Comfort:
Body temperature regulation, steady state energy balance core body, ventilation requirements and
use of BIS standard, effective temperature, comfort chart and its limitations, factors affecting effective
temperature, special requirement for comfort conditions in industrial, Tropical summer index ( BIS )
and its use.
3 Load analysis:
Site survey and information require to be collected by the survey and their use out door design
conditions. Indoor design conditions, classification of loads, , Flywheel effect of building material and
its use in design, effect of wall construction on cooling load, instantaneous heat gain ( IHG ) and
instantaneous cooling load ICL heat transmission through sunlit and shaded glass using tables,
method of reduction of solar heat gain thorough glass, total equivalent temperature difference,
calculations of cooling load TETD due to sunlit and shaded walls using tables, air infiltration and load
due to outside air, ventilation, heat gain from occupants, electric lights, product, electric motor and
appliances, use of load estimation sheet, principles of zoning.
4 Duct Design and air distribution: Function, classification economic factors influencing duct layout,
duct design methods, velocity reduction, equal friction and static regain method, use of friction chart
equivalent diameter, dynamic losses and its determination, designing the insulation of duct, ductulator
and its use, noise and vibration elimination good air distribution, velocity, throw, drop, room air velocity
and other terms used, types of outlet and their placement, factors affecting outlet performance.
5 Air Conditioning and Air Handling Systems:
Classification of different systems, construction and working of the following air conditioning systems,
Unitary, central, DX and chilled water, VAV, induction unit, fan coil unit ( FCU ) with and without VFC
drive , and air handling unit ( AHU ) difference between FCU and AHU, split system and multi split
system, variable refrigerant flow system, window air conditioner and package plant, their construction
working and testing. air to air heat pump.
Air Handling Systems: Various terms used with fans, propeller, tube axial ,avane axial and
centrifugal fans their construction, working and applications, testing as per IS/AMCA, performance
curves and their importance, fan laws, velocity measuring instruments like velometer, anemometer,
Pitot and impact tube, hot wire anemometer . Fan selection, fan arrangements and drives.
Filters: Types, level of filtration, construction and working of viscous impingement, dry types, moving
curtain, dry media, electronic. filters, their applications. Basic idea of clean rooms.
6 Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers:
Humidifiers: Construction and working of different types of humidifies – such as steam atomization
types, cell type, impact, hydraulic separation type, forced evaporation humidifier and capillary type,
desert cooler, construction and working, humidification efficiency Air washers, their construction
working, maintenance and testing

Dehumidifiers: Construction and working of absorption and silica gel type chemical dehumidifier, their
application, refrigerated dehumidifier and its applications.
7 Cooling Towers:
Various important terms used, natural, forced and induced draft cooling towers, their material,
construction and working. Mention how they are solution, simple analysis
8 Winter Air Conditioning Equipments:
Radiators, converters, heaters air heating and steam coil, their construction and working.
9 Controls :
Sound and Vibration Controls: Terminology, sources of noise and its transmission, method of
assessing noise, Noise criterion curves, noise control, sound insulation methods of noise reduction
and acoustic insulation.
Air Conditioning Controls: Functions of various controls, temperature and humidity control, face and
bypass control, control of cooling coil, HP and LP control, controls for air conditioned building, DDC
controllers. BMc , BAS systems ( Basic idea only )
10 Air Conditioning Applications : Survey of different air conditioning applications, special
requirements, for comfort, commercial and industrial application, (giving example of each ), Indoor air
quality Principle of clean rooms and building ( Basic idea only )
11 Students be given idea about BIS/ASHRAE/ARI/AMCA and other standards used in appropriate
Term Work: The term work shall be based on the topics mentioned above.

Practical / Oral: The candidate shall be examined on the basis of term-work.

Books :
1) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by C.P.Arora, Tata Mc Graw Hill
2) Refrigeration & Air Conditioning by Domkundwar, Dhanpatrai & Co
3) Refrigeration & Air Conditioning by Khurmi & Gupta, S.Chand & Co.
4) Refrigeration & Air Conditioning by Ballaney, Khanna Pub
5) Air Conditioning by Jones
6) Modern Refrigeration and Air conditioning by P.S.Desai, Khanna Pub
Subject Code Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Prac TW Total
Pract Paper Marks t
QUALITY M- 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 50 225
ENGINEERING (E.P. II) 805/4 University 3 Hrs 100

1 Quality:
Definition, Dimensions, Planning, Costs, Quality Controls, Quality Assurance, Quality improvement,
Total Quality Concepts
2 Total Quality Management:
Introduction, TQM Gurus’ ideas, TQMEX Model circle, Japanese 5 S Practice, Quality control circles
and problem solving, quality improvement tools, 7QC tools, Concept of cost of Quality, TQM
3 ISO 9000 and Quality Audit:
What is ISO 9000, Content, implementation, benefits, self assessment exercises
4 Statistical process control:
Concepts, Various SPC tools, Fishbone diagram, measures of central tendency, measures of
dispersion, skewness, kurtosis, line of regression, binomial, poisson and normal distribution, SPC
5 System for eliminating defect:
100% inspection, source inspection and poka yoka
6 Total productive maintenance:
Introduction, content
7 Kaizen :
concepts, strategy , practice, various type of Kaizen exercises.
8 Quality function deployment:
introduction, Q FD road, Benefits, difficulties associated with Q FD , implementation.
9 Design of Experiments:
introduction , methods, Taguchi approach, achieving robust design , steps in experimental design
10 Quality of design:
Concurrent engineering, its benefits, design of manufacture concepts of JIT, value engineering agile
manufacturing, lean manufacturing,
11 New Concepts:
Introduction to 6 Sigma, Business Process Re-Engineering, bench marking

Term Work: The term work shall be based on the topics mentioned above.

Practical / Oral: The candidate shall be examined on the basis of term-work.

1. Total Quality Management: Poornima M. Charantimath, Pearson education(Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
2. Managing for Total Quality: N. Logothetis, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.
3. Competitive Manufacturing Management : John M. Nicholas, Mcgraw Hill
4. Managing Quality : Barrie G. Dole, Blackwell publishing
5. TQM – an integrated approach – Samunel K Ho, Crest pubslishing House.
6. Total Quality Management – Dr. S. Kumar, Laxmi Publication Pvt. Ltd.

Subject Code Teaching Examination Scheme

Theory Lab/ Exam Theory Theory Prac TW Total
Pract Paper Marks t
(ELECTIVE PAPER-II) M- 04 02 Sessional 1.5 Hrs 50 25 50 225
INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 805/5 University 3 Hrs 100

PRESSURE VESSELS Functions of boilers-different types-water chemistry-treatment plants-erection and

commissioning-boiler parts and accessories-super heaters-boiler operation-boiler testing-Indian Boilers
Regulation (IBR)-factories act and rules for non IBR boilers-shut down and firing procedures-boiler
maintenance-work permits-boiler controls and protection logics-steam valves-safety valves, valves test bench,
pressure reducing devices-boiler shell maintenance welding-corrosion-boiler inspection-safety systems in
boilers and accessories.

Heat exchangers-Emmissivities-maintenance and testing-decaling-furnace explosions and implosions-fire and
other emergencies in boiler house-insulation-furnace safe guard supervisory system (FSSS) for PC- oil- gas-
fired boilers- fuel storage- handling systems for coal oil -pulverizes and filters- electro static precipitator -ESP-
instrumentation-central control systems.


Pressure lines-rotating equipment, underground piping-inflammable fluid lines-air pre heaters and fans-burner
system-closed vessels-turbo generators-switch gears and transformers-calibration of measuring and
controlling instruments/equipments-chimney-access stair case-maintenance-fly ash disposal.


Basic concepts-applications-refrigerants-hazards- ozone depletion- global warming-systems-components-
ducts- pipes- fan-controls for safe operation (HP- LP cutouts- thermostats) ducts- fans- pipe lines-fire alarm
systems-fire fighting systems - - applications-hazards-protective system (insulation)-concepts- system and

SAFETY IN METAL WORKING MACHINERY General safety rules-turning machines-boring machines

-milling, planning and grinding machines-general safety principles-. CNC machines-need for selection and
care of cutting tools - preventive maintenance, periodical checks for safe operation -associated hazards and

SAFETY IN WELDING AND GAS CUTTING Gas welding and oxygen cutting-resistances welding, arc
welding and cutting-common hazards-personal protective equipment-training - safety precautions in brazing,
soldering and metalizing -explosive welding - selection, care and maintenance of the associated equipment &
instruments - safety in generation, distribution and handling of industrial gases-colour coding- flashback
arrestor - leak detection-pipe line safety-storage and handling of gas cylinders.

SAFETY IN COLD FORMING AND HOT WORKING OF METALS Cold working-power presses-point of
operation safe guarding-auxiliary mechanisms-feeding and cutting mechanism-hand or foot operated presses-
power press electric controls-power press set up and die removal-inspection and maintenance-metal sheers-
press brakes.
Hot working-safety in forging- hot rolling mill operation - safe guards in hot rolling mills- hot bending of pipes
-hazards and control measures.
Safety in gas furnace operation- cupola-crucibles- ovens - foundry health hazards- work environment-material
handling in foundries-foundry production cleaning and finishing foundry processes.
Safety in- grinding- heat treatment operations-electro plating- paint shops-sand and shot blasting-safety in
inspection and testing-dynamic balancing- hydro testing- valves-boiler drums and headers-pressure vessels-
air leak test-steam testing- safety in radiography-personal monitoring devices-radiation hazards - engineering
and administrative controls. Health and welfare measures in engineering industry-pollution control in
engineering industry-industrial waste disposal.


Sources of ignition- fire triangle - principles of fire extinguishing - active and passive fire protection systems-
various classes of fires - A,B,C,D,E-types of fire extinguishers- fire stoppers- hydrant pipes-hoses-monitors-
fire watchers-lay out of stand pipes-fire station-fire alarms and sirens-maintenance of fire trucks-foam
generators-escape from fire-rescue operations-fire drills-notice-first aid for burns

1.E.L.Wakil, M.M., "Power Plant Technology, Mc Graw Hill Books and Company, New Delhi, 1985.
2.Safety Management by John V.Grimaldi &Rollin H.Simonds,All India Travellers Bookseller, N. Delhi - 1989.
3.Safety in Industry. N.V.Krishnan Jaico Publishery House, 1996.
Subject Code Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Theory Lab/ Pract Exam Theory Theory Marks Prac TW Total
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PROJECT M-806 -- 02 Sessional -- -- 25 25 50
University -- --

Students are required to carry out project work related to mechanical engineering under the
supervision / guidance of faculty members . The project may be based on
(I ) Design , And/Or Fabrication
(II ) Modeling And Simulation on Computer
(III ) Society / Industry Need Based Basic Survey Or Testing or Analysis etc.

The project work can be carried out in the institute or in the industry or in any research
organization. The student can undertake project single handed or in a group of not more than four students.

At the end of the semester , student is required to submit a report consisting of

- Title of the project

- Aims & Objectives
- Literature survey
- Scope of work
- Formulation of the problem / work done.
- Results & conclusions derived (if any )
- Scope for future work / studies
- References
- Acknowledgement

Student will defend his work before the examiners at the time of final evaluation.