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ME MECH (CAD/CAM)

SAURASHTRA UNIVERSITY

Semester-I ADVANCE MANUFACTURING PROCESS AND ANALYSIS Course code: PGCC101


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Teaching Scheme
Theory (hrs.) Practical (hrs.) Total (hrs.) Theory Hours Marks

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PGCC101

Advance Manufacturing Process and Analysis

100

50

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225

A. Forming: Fundamental theories of plasticity and mechanics of plastic deformation. Stress-strain relationships, deformation equations, methods for solution of problems in metal forming such as slab analysis, upper bound analysis etc., deformation zone, geometry, Hydrostatic pressure, workability, residual stresses, classification of metal forming processes and analysis of any one forming process. Design of Press Tools. B. Casting: Basic concepts of engineering analysis of casting, factors influencing the production of engineering casting to customers specifications, Design for casting, functional design, dimensional features, metallurgical factors, strength/weight considerations, sources of fluctuation in properties, influence of form and environment, permanent mould casting, centrifugal casting, continuous casting, vacuum casting, flask less moulding, shell, investment, polystyrene (full mould casting), Co2 moulding and analysis of any one of the above processes. C. Welding: General concepts of weld design, analysis of stresses in welded structures, permissible stresses, standards, calculation of the size of welds for static and dynamic loading, location and orientation of welds in an assembly, residual stresses, distortion and their control, weldability. D. Machining: Hot machining, deep hole drilling, metal spinning, cryogenic machining, micro machining. E. Non conventional machining: Mechanism, transfer medium, immediate source of energy and application of all non conventional processes, identification of variables and analysis of EDM chemical machining, Laser machining, AJM and USM.

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BOOKS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Mechanical metallurgy- George E Dieter McGraw Hill Principles of industrial metal working process Rowe G. W. Principles of metal casting- Heine & Rosenthal Welding and its application- Rossi B. E. Rational weld design Modern machining processes- P. C. Pandey, H. S. Shan

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Semester I ADVANCED DYNAMICS OF MACHINE Course code: PGCC102


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PGCC102

Advanced Dynamics Machines

of

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225

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Synthesis and Analysis of mechanism Velocity & acceleration analysis (Analytical method) Hischhoms method, complex algebra method, path generation & motion generation synthesis. Static and Dynamic force analysis Graphical and Analytical methods Balancing Field balancing / Instu balancing, balancing for flexible rotors, rotor dynamics Vibration problems and analysis Machine dynamics for structure and its analysis, M/c tools & its analysis Cam dynamic & design for high speed application

Note :-Research /technical papers in relevant areas must be covered. BOOKS :1 Mechanism & Machine Theory Ghosh & Mallik 2 Advanced Mechanism Design A.G.Erdman, G.N.Sandor & S.Kota 3 Mechanism & Machine Theory A.G.Ambekar 4 Theory of Machines & Mechanism J.E.Sighley , Pennock, Uicker 5 Rotor Dynamics J.S.Rao 6 Machine Tool Design N.K.Mehta

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Semester I ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN -I Course code: PGCC103


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PGCC103

Advanced Design - 1

Machine

100

50

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225

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Advanced Materials Super alloys, ferro electric and piezoelectric materials, advanced magnetic materials, advanced engineering polymer materials, advanced ceramic and composite materials, photo conducting and photovoltaic materials, electro-optic materials, lasers. 2. Processing of Materials Conventional of processing techniques for advanced materials, special processing techniques, use of computers in metal processing. 3 Characterization and evaluation techniques Destructive and Non-destructive evaluation techniques, electron and X-Ray techniques, distortion and residual stress measurement. 4 Performance of Materials in Service Service performance, corrosion and its control, delayed fracture, performance of materials of high temperatures, radiation damage and recovery. 5 Design based on Fatigue Design against Fatigue, factors affecting fatigue behavior fatigue under complex stress, cumulative fatigue design, linear damage (Miners rule). Mansons method. 6 Design against creep True stress and true strain creep phenomenon creep parameters stress relaxation 7 Design against fracture Fracture criterion- fatigue crack propagation case studies for the design against fracture such as steam turbine rotor, pressure vessels, pressure piping etc. 8 Design for manufacturing including assembly aspects & other aspects, reliability based design of mechanical components. 9 Friction theories, wear & types of wear, lubrication, hydrodynamic, hydrostatic & elasto hydrodynamic modes of lubrication, porous bearings, determination of static load capacity of bearing (stribeks equation), bearing design & testing. Lubrication problems at certain extreme environmental conditions pressure, temperature & vacuum. 10 Tensor Analysis

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BOOKS :1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Process Equipment Design Joshi Pressure Vessel Design Bednar Material Handling Equipment Alexzander Material Handling Equipment P.Rudenko Handbook of Gear Design G.M.Maitra Vol I & II Mechanical Analysis & Design Burr and Cheathaam Material Science L.H.Vanvlack Engineering Materials and their Application R.A.Flinu & P.K.Trojan Material Science- W.D.Callister Materials and process in Manufacturing E Paul Degarmo , J.T.Black , Ronald A. Kihsev Advances in Material Science R.K.Dogra & A.K.Sharma Engineering Facture Mechanism Prashant Kumar Material Science Van Vlack Fracture Mechanics Ewalds & Wanhill ( Edward Aranold Publication) Science Engineering & Design of Material Schopher & Sawlena ( Jrwin Publication) Material Science & Engineering William Cawlister, John Billianson Principles of Machine Tools Sen & Bhatt tachorgs Machine Tool Design - N.K.Mehta Machine Design Abdul Mubeen Advance Strength of Material - Timoshinko

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Semester I COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Course code: PGCC104


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PGCC104

Computer Design

Aided

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Basics of CAD Fundamentals of CAD, Phase of CAD, benefits, applications, Disply techniques, Hardware and software of CAD, programming and tools in CAD Computer Graphics Role of computer graphics in CAD / CAM, Fundamentals of 2-D graphics, Menu design and graphical user interfaces, graphic elements, raster scan technique, Graphic elements drawing, algorithms for line, circle, ellipse, arc, rectangle etc.. Drawing of 2-D elements, filling of object, programming methods, Transformation in 2-D as scaling, rotation, rotation about any point, scaling about any point, orthographic projection and drawing of 2-D elements. Modelling in 3-D Translation, mirror and shear, transformation in 3-D as scaling , translation and rotation, mirror, shear, isometric, oblique and perspective projection method. Surface, wire frame and solid modeling, B-rep, CSG and Hybrid modeling Planer and space curve design, analytical and synthetic approaches, surface of revolution, Sweep surfaces, ruled and developed surfaces, Benzier and B-spline curves and surface. Design of Machine Component Application for design of vehicle components and mathematical modeling with program on design problems like shaft, axles, gear, spring, brake, clutch etc.. Optimization Implementation, techniques for reducing weight and cost f the components using computer program. Thermal System Design Application of CAD for design of thermal system like heat exchanger, furnace design etc. Numerical Methods Modelling and Programming gauss elimination method, numerical integration, finite differences, curve fitting, Newton Raphson technique

BOOKS :1 Computer Aided Design by Krishnamurthy 2 Computer Aided Design by Khandare

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Semester I FINITE ELEMENTS METHOD Course code: PGCC105


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PGCC105

FEM

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50

50

25

225

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3 4 5 6

Introduction Procedure, methods, element, types of analysis, error, methods, modeling Static Analysis Single dimensional analysis on beam element, shape function, stress matrix, connectivity table, thermal stresses, horizontal and vertical element structure, global load matrix, global deflection matrix, stiffness matrix, elimination approach and penalty approach, 2-Danalysis,plain stress and strains, strain matrix, weighted residual methods, variation approach heat transfer analysis Heat Transfers Analysis Analysis of thermal system, development of single dimensional heat conduction model with convenction and internal heat generation, 2-D heat conduction modeling and solution. Fluid Flow Analysis Analysis of fluid flow system, single dimensional and 2-D modeling of fluid flow system. Analytical of vibrations Eigen value problems, eigen values and determination of natural frequency of the system Implementation Pre-processing and post processing, programming in FEM, mesh generation

BOOKS :1 Finite element method by Lagon 2 Computer Aided Design by Rammurthy 3 Finite element method by Belagondu 4 Finite element method by Lagon

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Semester I ADVANCE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SOFTWARE PRACTICE Course code : PGCC106

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Subject

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PGCC106

Advance Mechanical Engineering Software Practice

25

25

50

The student should undergo practice in one of the software in the area of CAD such as Pro/E / CATIA / I-DEAS and should prepare solid model of a component and an assembly of component. He should submit brief report on his training including print out of 1. Solid Model of a Component 2. Solid Model of a Assembly 3. 2D Drawing of 2 for each component

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Semester: - II
COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING Course code : PGCC201 Sr No. Subject Teaching Scheme Theory Practical Total (Hrs.) (Hrs.) (Hrs.) 3 2 5 Examination Scheme Sess. Pr/Oral T/W Mar Marks Marks ks 50 50 25

PGCC 201

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Theory Hour Marks s 3 100

Total Marks 225

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3.

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Introduction to CIM Concepts & scope of CIM, Nature & type of manufacturing system, Evolution, Benefits of CIM, CIM Wheel. Needs of CIM Communications Matrix, Person to person Communication, Computer to Computer Communication, Person to Computer Communication, Fundamentals of computer communications. Numerical Controls, types, evolution of controllers, components of NC/CNC system, specification of CNC system. Classification of NC /CNC machines, transducers used, salient features, Tape, Tape codes and tape readers used in NC machines constructional details of CNC machines, axis designation, NC/CNC tooling Fundamentals of manual part programming, types of format, word address format manual part Programming for drilling, lathe and milling machine operations, subroutines, do loops, canned Cycles, parametric sub routines. Computer assisted part programming: - need, list of computer Assisted-programming languages, Automated Programmed Tools language- its types of statement, command and programming CAD based CNC programming using CAM software. FMS Introduction & Component of FMS, Needs of FMS, general FMS consideration, Objectives, Types of FMS, advantages of FMS, Automated material movement & AS/RS AGVS , RGV Manufacturing Cells, Cellular & Flexible manufacturing, JIT & GT applied to FMS, FMC & FMS, Tool Management, Tool supply system, Tool Monitoring System, Work piece Handling, Flexible Fixturing, Flexible Assembly Systems, Flexibility. FMS scheduling, sequencing, FMS lay out and essentials. Management of CIM Role of management in CIM, Expert system & participate management, Impact of CIM on personnel, Role of manufacturing engineers, CAD/CAM integration. BOOKS:CNC programming Dr. S.K.Sinha Golgotha publications. Computer numerical control machines P.Rathakrishnan, New Central Book Agency. Flexible Manufacturing Cells and System -William. W. Luggen Prentice Hall, England Cliffs, New jersy CAD CAM and CIM P. Radhakrishan, S. Subramanian, New Age International Computer integrated manufacturing -S. Kant Vajpayee Prentice Hall of India.

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Semester :- II
COMPUTER AIDED PRODUCTION PLANNING course code : PGCC202
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Teaching Scheme
Theory (hrs.) Practical (hrs.) Total (hrs.) Theory Hours Marks

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PGCC 202

Computer Aided Production Planning

100

50

50

25

225

1. Computer Aided Forecasting : Nature and use of forecast, sources of data, demand patterns, forecasting models, selection of forecasting technique, measurement of forecast Accuracy, Adoptive methods. 2. Computerized relative allocation of facility technique, automated layout design program and computerized relationship layout planning for facility location and layout 3. Group Technology: - Introduction, objectives part families, algorithms and models for G.T. Rank order clustering, Bond energy, mathematical model for machine component cell formation. Design and manufacturing attributes. Parts classification and coding, concept of composite job machine group, cell group tooling, design rationalization, CAD/CAM and GT benefits. 4. Computer Aided Process Planning, Operation Management 5. MRP: Introduction, Objective, Input, Computational procedure, information provided by the system. Detailed capacity planning, manufacturing resources planning 6. ERP: Introduction, main features, generic model of ERP system, selection of ERP, proof of concept approach, analytic hierarchy approach, ERP implementation. 7. Job Sequencings, scheduling 8. Shop floor control- data collection, computer generated time standard. 9. Computer Aided Inspection- Computer Aided Testing, Contact type, non contact type 10. Simulation Major activities, purpose, simulation process, types methodology, simulation packages, process quality simulator, computer requirements trends, applications simulation of manufacturing systems. Books : 1. An introduction to Automated Process Planning Tien Chien Chang and Richard A wysk/Prentice hall 2. Automation production systems and computer aided mfg.- M.P. Groover 3. Computer aided manufacturing P.N.Rao, N.K.Tewari, T.K. Kundra 4. G.T. in the engineering industry Bur bridge 5. MRP by Orlikey 6. Modern Production Management Buffa & Sarin 7. Computer Aided production management P.B.Mahapatra 8. Simulation modeling and analysis By Averill M Law & David Kelton Tata Mcgraw Hill

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Semester :- II
ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN: II Course code : PGCC203
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Teaching Scheme
Theory (hrs.) Practical (hrs.) Total (hrs.) Theory Hours Marks

Examination Scheme
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PGCC203

Advanced Machine Design - II

100

50

50

25

225

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General design procedure for design problems, design concepts. Safe life v/s fail safe design. Stress and strain analysis, theories of failures. Recent trends in pressure vessel and process equipment design: Load calculations, Material codes for design, thermal considerations, testing of pressure vessels etc. Recent trends in materials handling equipment design, basic principles of design, main girder design, structure analysis, loading patterns, service factors & environmental conditions, testing as per BIS etc. Advance in gear materials, corrective gear design, gear rating calculation as per BIS etc. Thermal properties and stresses Residual stresses, stress from thermal expansion-harmful and beneficial residual stresses for assemblies. Determination of characteristic dimensions, flow arrangement and surface area for the heat exchanger with fins and compact heat exchanger. Rotating disc and rotating cylinder Disc with uniform thickness disc for uniform strength stresses in rotating cylinders with and without internal pressure. Theory of shells & plates Design of thick cylinder Autofrettage wire wound cylinder thick spherical shell. Design of circular and non-circular plates with different loading conditions and supports. Optimization Techniques The concept of optimization, Classification of optimization problem, engineering, applications of optimization, Role of computers in optimization, Mathematical formulation of optimization problems. Johnsons method for mechanical engineering design. Typical design equation, Classification, Example BOOKS :process Equipment Design - Joshi Pressure Vessel Design Bednar Material Handling Equipment Alexzandor Material Handling Equipment P.Rudenko Handbook of Gear Design G.M.Maitra Material Analysis & Design Burr and Cheathaam, PHI. ND Advanced Strength of Material R.C.Patel Heat exchanger Design By Fraas A.P and Ozisik M.N - Johnwiley & Sons. Process heat transfer By Kerm.D.Q Mc-Graw Hill

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Semester :- II
Sub No. Subject

ROTBOTICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Course code: PGCC204 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Theory (hrs.) Practical (hrs.) Total (hrs.) Theory Hours Marks Sess. Marks Pr./Oral Marks T/W Marks Total Marks

PGCC 204

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

100

50

50

25

225

A. Robotics
Fundamentals of Robots: Introduction, Fundamentals of robot technology, classification, programming and applications. 1. Robot technology: Systems overview of a robot, basic components, control system and Components, Robot end effectors, sensors in robotics, Machine Vision. Interfacing and Microcontroller. 2. Control of Actuators in robotic mechanisms. Control of a Robot joints, Stepper Motor, direct drive actuators, Hydraulic & Pneumatic systems. 3. Computer considerations for Robotic systems. Architectural, Hardware, Real time consideration. 4. Robot programming & languages. Use of AI in Robotics. 5. Robot motion analysis and control. 6. Robot arm kinematics, Direct & inverse kinematics solutions Robot arm dynamics, LangrangeEuler formulation , Newton-Euler formulation, Generalized DAlembert equation of motion , Dynamic model of two axis planer, articulated ,three axis SCARA Robot 7. Robot application in Manufacturing: Material Transfer, Machine loading & unloading, Pre- cutting Operation, Assembly & Inspection. 8. Implementation of Robots, testing, safety, training, maintenance & quality, future applications

B: Artificial intelligence.
1. Artificial intelligence: Concepts, components, heuristic problem solving approach, search method, crypt arithmetic, Predicate logic, I languages. 2. Expert systems: Architecture of ES, component of ES, Expert system shells, Rule based ES, Forward & Backward chaining, Expert system for CAD & CAM 3. Fuzzy logic: Fuzzy set theory & its application in AI. 4. Semantic Nets: Neural network, Pattern Matching, Machine vision. Application of AI & ES in Mechanical Engg Books: 1. Robotic Engg. An integrated approach Richard D. Klofter & Thomas A. Chmielewski, PHI, 2. Fundamentals Of Robotics- Analysis & Control- Robert I. Schilling. PHI 1996 3. Industrial Robotics - M.P. Groover, Mitchell Weiss, Roger N. Nagel & Nicholas Godfrey. McGraw Hill Book Company. 4. Artificial Intelligence Elein Rich & Knight 5. Artificial Intelligence & Expert system Dan W. Patterso 6. Neural network and Fuzzy system By Kosko bart - Prentice Hall of India. 7. Understanding neural network and Fuzzy logic By Kartalopo Ulos Stamations - PHI.

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Semester :- II
AUTOMATION IN PRODUCTION AND QUALITY ENGINEERING Course code : PGCC205
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Teaching Scheme
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PGCC 205

Automation in Production & Quality Engineering A.


1.

100

50

50

25

225

Automation in Production
Basics of automated work piece handling, preparation for automated handling, working principles and techniques, solution for feeding arrangements, transfer mechanisms, Automated feed out of components.

2. Construction elements for automation, concepts of transfer lines, unit built machines, Special Purpose Machines, Machining centers. 3. Assembly automation, automated packaging, automated inspection, use of pneumatic, hydraulic systems for automation B Hydraulic Control In Machine Tools. 1. Hydraulic Principles- Elements of hydraulic system (Pumps, Filters, Seals, Valves, accumulators etc) Study of their functional and design characteristics. 2. Analysis and study of typical hydraulic circuits in M/C tools. 3. Design of systems for specific requirements, introduction to servo systems. 4. Maintenance of Hydraulic systems, Pneumatic & Hydro pneumatic circuits. C. Quality Engineering 1. Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Quality Improvement, Total Quality Concept 2. Statistical Process Control 3. Taguchi Method, Robust design 4. Causes of Defects and failures, Failure Modes, Technique of failure analysis, Non destructive evaluation, Product liability 5. TPM, TQM, Reliability, Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) 6. JIT, value engineering, concurrent engineering, reverse engineering agile manufacturing, lean manufacturing, Supply chain management 7. CAQC-softwares 8. Design of experiments: Preliminaries, two way arrangements, three way and multiway arrangement, methods of partitioning a sum of squares, nested experiments, response surface design, analysis of covariance non factorial experiments. 9. Recent trends in quality assurance ISO 9000 series TS16949 , 14000 etc.

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Books : 1. CAD/CAM Groover Zimmer 2. Automation, Production System and Computer Aided Mfg M.P. Groover 3. Engineering Design Dieter McGraw Hill 4. Quality Engg. Using Robust Design Madhav S. Phadke Prentice Hall 5. Automatic assembly and product design Geoffry Boothroyd 6. Handbook of low cost automation techniques by H.A. Thomas 7. Machine tool design CMTI Tata Mcgrowhill publication 8. Hydraulic control of machine tools EM Khaimoswitch Pergamon press 9. Machine tool design by N.K.Mehta 10. Machine tool design Acharkan vol. II 11. Vickers sperry catalogue

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Semester :- II
SEMINAR Course code : PGCC206
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Teaching Scheme
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PGCC 206

Seminar

25

25

50

The seminar should be based on any latest topics related to the area of CAD/CAM. It should involve exhaustive literature survey that should include journals. The student should defend the same.

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M.E (CAD/CAM)

SECOND YEAR (Semester III and IV Combined)


Teaching Scheme
Sub No. Subject Theory (hr.)/W Practical (hr.)/W Total (hr.)/W

Practical/ Oral Marks


300

Examination Scheme Term Work Total Marks

PGCC 301

Dissertation Based Project Work

on

30

30

200

500

Note:The topic of dissertation selected should be related to the areas of CAD-CAM applications. Use of computer as a tool for Conceptualization, Design, Management, Quality control, Experimental study etc. is to be encouraged and preferred. During initial phase exhaustive literature survey is to be carried out and the clear objectives are to be arrived at. All the necessary prerequisites for actual research should be completed. The dissertation document should contain following.

1. Literature and industrial survey 2. Problem formulation & Statement

To be completed in the period decided in consultation with guide.

3. Design and Drawing of experimental setup 4. Selection of method for analysis / design of problem 5. Algorithm and flowchart preparation

To be completed in the remaining period of the Year.

The above work should be presented in the form of dissertation document and to be defended before examiners.

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