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# PUNE VIDYARTHI GRIHAS

## COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND

TECHNOLOGY PUNE- 09
Lecture Plan with Unit wise Objectives and expected
learning outcome

Semester: II Branch: Mechanical Class: T.E Division: B

Subject: Metrology and Quality Control

Name of Subject Teacher: Prof. Dr. M M Bhoomkar
Unit 1: Measurement and
Measuring Instruments
Unit Objectives
Expected Learning
Outcomes
Measurement Principle and its
applications. Standard errors and
various precision measuring
instruments.

To introduce students
to the concept of
Metrology, Principle
of Measurements and
Measuring
Instruments and its
applications.

Students will learn to apply
the Metrology Principle to
understand and quantify the
Linear, Angular
Measurements, such as
Straightness, Flatness,
Roundness, etc.
Lect.
No.
Lecture Content Date Topics Covered
L1
Introduction to Metrology;
Measurement, Inspection,
Accuracy and Precision.
L 2
Types of Standard; Line, End
and Wavelength.
L 3
Types of Errors; Systematic
errors, Alignment errors,
Random Errors.
L 4
Introduction to Slip Gauges and
Gauge Block.
L 5
Linear Measurement By Using
Instruments e.g. Vernier
Calipers, Screw Gauge
Micrometer, Vernier Height
Gauge.
L 7
Design of Limit Gauges; Taylors
Principle and Limits; Fits and
Tolerances
Numerical on Limits, Fits and
Tolerances.
L 8 Summary of Unit 1
Unit 2: Comparators,
Interferometer and Surface Finish
Measurement
Unit Objectives
Expected Learning
Outcomes
Comparator Construction, Principle
of working, of Mechanical,
Pneumatic, Electronic, Optical,
Electrical and their Application

Interferometer Principles, Source
of Light, Optical Flat, Applications,
Tool Makers Miroscope.

Surface Finish Measurement
Terminology, Surface Roughness
and Instruments.
To introduce students
to the concept of
Comparators,
Interferometer, and
Surface Finish
Measurement.
Students will learn how
Comparators,
Interferometers and
Surface Finish
Measuring instruments
work, its applications
and its various working
characteristics
L 23
Comparators; Mechanical,
Optical, Pneumatic,
Electronic
L 24
Checking of Geometrical
forms; Straightness, Flatness,
Squareness.
L 25
Machine Tool Alignment
Test; Lathe, Drilling and
Milling.
L 26
Interferometer: NPL and
Laser Interferometer. Surface
Finish Measurement; Surface
Texture, Surface Finish,
Measurement by Stylus Probe
L 27 Revision/Test
Unit 3: Machine Tool Metrology,
Screw Thread Metrology, Gear
Metrology.
Unit Objectives
Expected Learning
Outcomes
Theory and fundamentals of Screw
Thread, Gear and Machine tool
metrology and the recent advances in
Metrology.
To introduce to the
students, the concept
of Gear, Screw
tool Metrology also
the various
terminologies related
to it.
The students will learn the
theory and fundamentals of
various terminology
regarding Gear Metrology,
Alignment tests, Screw
instruments used for the
measurement.
L 28
Metrology of Screw
Diameter, Minor Diameter,
and Effective or Pitch
Diameter.
L 29
Flank Angle, Lead, Helix
Angle
L 30
Types of Screw Thread
Error, Floating Carriage
Micrometer.
L 31
Gear Metrology; Gear
Measurement by Parkinsons
Gear Tester.
L 32
Measurement of Chord
Thickness By Gear Tooth
Vernier.
L 33
Measurement of Tooth
Thickness By Constant Cord
Method.
L 34
Measurement of Pitch By
Base Tangent
L 35
Profile Projector, Tool
Makers Microscope.
L 36
Advancement in Metrology -
CMM
L 37
Universal Measuring
Machine, Laser In
Metrology, Machine Vision.
L 38
Revision and Student
Interaction. And problem
Solving University Question
papers
PEO: (Program Evaluation Objectives)

I. Preparation: To prepare students to face interviews, and to perform well in
industries (Govt., Semi Govt., Private), to become successful entrepreneur.
II. Core competence : To provide students with a enough knowledge about
new updates in Metrology and quality control making them aware up to
some extent to understand issues related to industry and market and discuss
proper solution to some.
III. Breadth: Students will get educated about the types of Errors In
measurement ,calibration techniques Quality philosophy just- in-time, six
sigma, karban, lean manufacturing, TQM, ISO Standards, QS and CMM,
IV. Professionalism: To inculcate in students multidisciplinary approach
(managerial and qualitycost approach), team workskills, and ability to relate
managerial skills to broader social context.
V. Learning Environment: To provide students with an academic and non-
technical environment awareness related to new concepts implemented and
life-long learning needed for a successful career.
Program Out Comes :
a. Graduates will have enough knowledge about the science of measurement
related to engineering.
b. Graduates will enhance the ability to identify and suggest the alternative
solution for the managerial problems.
c. Graduates will be able to understand the case study report of the industry and
on its background can conclude the problems and suggest the innovative
solutions.
d. Graduates can work on the actual project.
e. Graduates will demonstrate an ability to work on multidisciplinary tasks.
f. Graduates can simulate small problems and its solutions and can suggest a
different model for an industrial problem.
g. Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of professional responsibilities.
h. Graduates will be able to communicate effectively on both verbal and written
form.
i. Graduates will show the understand of impact of engineering solutions on the
society.
j. Graduates will develop confidence for self education.
k. Graduates can participate and be successful multidisciplinary platform.
Programme
Objective
Programme Outcomes
a b c d e f g h i j k
I x x
II x x x x x
III x x x x x
IV x x x x
V x x x
Mapping