3. BE Mech Curriculum Book AY 2016-17

3. BE Mech Curriculum Book AY 2016-17
PUNE VIDYARTHI GRIHA’S
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, PUNE-9
(AFFILIATED TO SAVITRIBAI PHULE PUNE UNIVERSIT, PUNE)
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
CURRICULUM BOOK
ACADEMIC YEAR: 2016-17
FOR THE PROGRAMME
MECHANIAL ENGINEERING (UNDER GRADUATE)
PUNE VIDYARTHI GRIHA’S
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
VISION
TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION
MISSION
 To satisfy all stakeholders
 To develop ethical, highly motivated engineering professionals with
good human values, requisite skills and competencies
 To adopt innovative teaching mechanisms
 To promote research culture
 To contribute to country's economic development
 To be responsive to changes in technology, socio-economic and
environmental conditions
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Curriculum Book
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
VISION
To become premier source of competent Mechanical Engineering professionals for providing
service to the society.
MISSION
1. To provide state of the art facility and to offer opportunities for multifaceted
development and enriching learning experience for students, faculty and staff.
2. To enhance the status as a recognized academic and research centre in collaboration
with other institutions and industry.
3. To provide interactive and innovative teaching to transform students into competent
engineering professionals having good ethical, social and human values.
4. To deliver ready to employ engineering graduates who are adaptable and practicing
lifelong learning to meet the ever changing requirements of the employers.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
PEO1: To demonstrate the ability to design, develop products, systems and processes in
multi-disciplinary engineering environment by application of principles of Science and
Engineering.
PEO2: To develop experimental and computational skills necessary to formulate and
solve industrial problems related to Mechanical Engineering.
PEO3: To offer sustainable solutions through research, technological competency,
leadership skills and team work.
PEO4: To continue professional development through higher education and lifelong
learning.
PEO5: To demonstrate socio-economic, ethical and environmental awareness while
making professional decisions.
PROGRAMME OUTCOMES
Graduates of the mechanical engineering program will be able to 1. Use basic knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering to solve problems
specific to Mechanical engineering.
2. Investigate complex problems, gather data and then interpret and analyze the same
leading to a meaningful solution.
3. Identify, formulate and design a mechanical system that meets desired specifications.
4. Function as a coherent member in multidisciplinary design teams, and deliver results
through collaborative research.
5. Identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems of complex nature.
6. Understand their professional and ethical responsibilities, and use technology for the
benefit of mankind.
7. Communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms within and outside the
engineering community, give and receive instructions.
8. Apply and understand impact of engineering solutions in societal and environmental
contexts.
9. Self-educate and clearly understand the importance of lifelong learning.
10. Understand and apply the basic principles of project management and finance.
11. Apply modern computational tools to analyze mechanical engineering problems.
12. Design a mechanical system or, component to meet the desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, health and safety.
PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
1. Demonstrate competency in the areas of Thermal, Design and Manufacturing.
2. Ability to use skills and tools to work in interdisciplinary areas of engineering
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INDEX
Sr.
No.
Course
Name
Title
Page No.
Semester I
1
402041
Refrigeration and air
conditioning
04
2
402042
CAD/ CAM Automation
07
3
402043
Dynamics of Machinery
10
4
402044
Elective-1 Energy management
13
5
402045
Elective-11Operation Research
16
Semester II
1
402047
Power Plant Engineering
20
2
402048
Mechanical System Design
23
3
Elective III Industrial
402049C Engineering
4
402050B
Elective-IV Finite element
analysis
5
402051
Project
27
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Final Year
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Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune 2012 Course
B. E. (Mechanical) Semester – I
(w. e. f. Academic year 2015 - 16)
Code
Subject
Refrigeration and
402041
Air Conditioning
CAD/ CAM
402042
Automation
Dynamics of
402043
Machinery
402044 Elective – I
402045 Elective –II
402046 Project –I
Total of Semester – I
Teaching Scheme
(Weekly Load in hrs)
Lect. Tut
Practical
Examination Scheme(Marks)
In-Sem
End-Sem
TW
PR
+
OR
+
Total
3
--
2
30
70
25
--
50
175
3
--
2
30
70
--
50
--
150
4
--
2
30
70
25
--
50
175
3
3
-16
--2
2
---6
30
30
-150
70
70
-350
--50*
100
---50
---100
100
100
50
750
B. E. (Mechanical) Semester – II
Code
402047
Subject
Power Plant
Engineering
402048 Mechanical System
Design
402049 Elective-III
402050 Elective- IV
402051 Project – II
Total of Semester – II
Teaching Scheme
(Weekly Load in hrs)
Lect.
Tut Practical
Examination Scheme(Marks)
In-Sem
End-Sem
TW
PR
+
OR
+
Total
4
--
2
30
70
25
--
50
175
4
--
2
30
70
--
--
50
150
4
4
-16
--6
6
-2
-6
30
30
-120
70
70
-280
-25
150
200
-----
--50
150
100
125
200
750
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BE (MECH)
Semester I
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Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Course Title:
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Year: B.E.
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme: 3 Hrs/Week
Course
Assessment
Methods
Prerequisites
Direct methods
Course Number:
C401
Semester: One
Professional Core
Tutorial:
Nil
In-semester
Examination: 30 Marks
Indirect Methods
Assignments
Course Code:
402041
End Semester Examination:
70 Marks
Practical/Oral/Term Work
Basic Thermodynamics- Laws of thermodynamics, Ideal gas processes,
Thermodynamic cycles, Properties of pure substance, Mollier Charts, Fluid
properties, Fluid dynamics, Modes of heat transfer, Governing Equations in Heat
Transfer, Extended Surfaces, Condensation and Boiling, Heat Exchangers.
Course Objectives
1
2
3
4
5
Learning the fundamental principles and different methods of refrigeration and air
conditioning
Study of various refrigeration cycles and evaluate performance using Mollier charts
and/ or refrigerant property tables.
Comparative study of different refrigerants with respect to properties, applications
and environmental issues.
Understand the basic air conditioning processes on psychometric charts, calculate
cooling load for its applications in comfort and industrial air conditioning.
Study of the various equipment-operating principles, operating and safety controls
employed in refrigeration air conditioning systems
Course Outcomes
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
Course Contents
Unit-I
Illustrate the fundamental principles and applications of refrigeration and air
conditioning system
Obtain cooling capacity and coefficient of performance by conducting test on vapor
compression refrigeration systems
Present the properties, applications and environmental issues of different refrigerants
Calculate cooling load for air conditioning systems used for various
applications
Operate and analyze the refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
Fundamentals and Applications of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Fundamentals
Reverse Carnot cycle, block diagram of refrigerator & heat pump (numerical),
modified reverse Carnot cycle (Bell Coleman cycle)
Applications
Domestic Refrigerator, Domestic Air Conditioners, Automotive Air Conditioners,
Evaporative coolers, water coolers, Commercial Refrigeration- Dairy, Cold storage,
Ice plant, Commercial Air Conditioning-Multiplex, Hospitals.
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Unit-II
Refrigerants and Vapour Compression Cycle
Refrigerants
Classification of refrigerants, Desirable properties of refrigerants, environmental
issues, Ozone depletion and global warming, ODP, GWP & LCCP, selection of
environment friendly refrigerants, secondary refrigerants, anti-freeze solutions,
Zeotropes and Azeotropes, refrigerant: recovery reclaims, recycle and recharge.
Vapour Compression Cycle
Working of simple vapour compression system, representation of vapour
compression cycle (VCC) on T-s and P-h diagram, COP, EER, SEER, IPLV, NPLV,
effect of operating parameters on performance ofVCC, actual VCC, methods of
improving COP using flash chamber, sub-cooling, liquid vapour heat exchanger,
comparison of VCC with Reverse Carnot cycle
Unit-III
Refrigeration Systems
Vapour compression systems
Single stage, two stage and cascade VCC systems using single and multi evaporators
Vapour absorption systems
Introduction, Working of simple vapour absorption system (VAS), desirable
properties of binary mixture (aqua-ammonia), performance evaluation of simple
VAS (simple numerical treatment), actual VAS, Li-Br absorption system, three fluid
system (Electrolux refrigeration), applications of VAS, comparison between VCC
and VAC.
Unit-IV
Psychometric and Air conditioning
Introduction to air conditioning, psychometric, psychometric properties and terms,
psychometric relations, Psychometric processes and its representation on
psychometric chart, BPF of coil, ADP, adiabatic mixing of two air streams, SHF,
RSHF, GSHF, ESHF.Thermodynamics of human body, comfort and comfort chart,
factors affecting human comfort, concept of infiltration and ventilation, indoor air
quality requirements, factors contributing to cooling load.
Unit- V
Air Conditioning Systems
Working of summer, winter and all year round AC systems, all air system, all water
system, air water system, variable refrigerant flow and variable air volume systems,
unitary and central air conditioning.
Components of refrigeration and air conditioning systems
Working of reciprocating, screw and scroll compressors, working of air cooled,
water cooled and evaporative condensers, Working of DX, Flooded, Forced feed
evaporators, Expansion devices –Capillary tube, TXV, EXV, operating and safety
controls.
Air Distribution Systems
Air handling unit, Classification of ducts, duct material, pressure in ducts, flow
through duct, pressure losses in duct (friction losses, dynamic losses), air flow
through simple duct system, equivalent diameter, methods of duct system design:
equal friction, velocity reduction, static regain method (numerical on duct system
design) Fan coil unit, types of fans used air conditioning applications, fan laws,
filters, supply and return grills, sensors (humidity, temperature, smoke).
Unit-VI
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List of Practicals
201617
1) Test on Domestic Refrigerator for evaluation of EER
2) Test on vapour compression test rig
3) Test on ice plant test rig
4) Visit to Vapour absorption refrigeration plant
5) Estimation of cooling load of simple air conditioning system (case study)
6) Case study on cold storage
7) Visit to any air conditioning plant
8) Thermal analysis of refrigeration cycle using suitable software
9) Installation and servicing of split air conditioner
Text Books
Author
Title of Book
Publication
T1
Arora C. P
Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning
Tata McGraw-Hill
T2
Sapali S. N.
Refrigeration & Air
Conditioning
PHI EEE ISBN97881-203-3360-4
R1
Dossat Ray J
Principles of refrigeration
R2
Stockers W.F and
Jones J.W
Refrigeration and Air
conditioning
R3
Threlkeld J.L
R4
Aanatnarayan
Reference Books
R5
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
Contents beyond
Syllabus
Additional
Experiments
Bridging Courses
Tutorials
Presentations
Thermal Environmental
Engineering
Basics of refrigeration and Air
Conditioning
ASHRAE & ISHRAE
handbook
Willey Eastern Ltd,
2000
McGraw Hill
International
editions 1982.
Prentice Hall Inc., New
Delhi
Tata McGraw Hill
Publications
ASHRAE & ISHRAE
NPTEL Lectures
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE2DA184A2E479885
Nil
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
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CAD CAM and Automation
Course Title:
CAD/CAM AND AUTOMATION
Year: B.E.
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme: 3 Hrs/Week
Course
Assessment
Methods
Direct methods
Course Number:
C402
Semester: VII
Core
Tutorial:
Nil
In-semester
Examination: 30 Marks
Course Code:
402042
End Semester Examination:
50/70 Marks
Practical/Oral/Term Work
Indirect Methods Assignments
Engg. Mathematics, Machine Design
Prerequisites
Course Objectives: Following concepts to be taught to the students,
1
Basics of Graphic Screen.
Building Transformation Matrices.
2
Concept of of Finite Element Analysis
3
Technique of Automation
4
Concept of of Curves, Surfaces and Solids generation
5
CAM Technique.
6
Robot Technology
7
Course Outcomes: At the end of this course the students should be able to
Frame and solve Transformation Matrices
CO1
Apply the Technique of Finite Element Analysis.
CO2
Explain the concepts in Automation Techniques
CO3
Define, synthesize and analyze engineering curves in CAD interface.
CO4
Write programs for manufacturing the components using CAD software Students
CO5
Explain technological aspects of Robotics and develop basic programs.
CO6
Course Contents
Computer Graphics
Unit-I
Unit-II
Transformation-Introduction, Formulation, Translation, Rotation, Scaling,
Reflection Homogenous Representation, Concatenated Transformation, Mapping
of Geometric Models, Inverse Transformations, Projections: Orthographic,
Isometric, and Perspective. Introduction to open GL and commands required for the
transformation.
Modelling
Curves:-Introduction, Analytic Curves, Line, Circle, Parabolas, Hyperbolas,
Ellipses, Conics, Synthetic Curves, Hermite Cubic Spline, Bezier Curve, BSpline Curve, Numericals on above topic. Surfaces:-Introduction, Surface
Representation, Analytic Surfaces, Synthetic Surfaces, Hermite bicubic Surface,
Bezier surfaces, B-spline Surfaces, Coons Surface. No analytical treatment. Solids:
Introduction, Geometry and Topology, Solid Representation, Boundary
Representation, Euler's equation, Constructive Solid Geometry, Boolean operation
for CSG, Hybrid modeling, Feature Based Modeling, Parametric modeling,
constraint based modeling, Mass, area, volume calculation.
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Unit-III
Unit-IV
Unit- V
Unit-VI
List of Practicals
Text Books
T1
T2
201617
Finite Element Analysis
Introduction, Stress and Equilibrium, Boundary Condition, Strain Displacement Relations, Stress-Strain Relation, Temperature Effects, Potential
Energy and Equilibrium: - Rayleigh-Ritz Method, Galerkin‟s Method. One
Dimensional Problem: Finite Element Modelling, Coordinate and Shape
function, Potential Energy Approach, Galerkin Approach, Assembly of Global
Stiffness Matrix and Load Vector, Properties of Stiffness Matrix, Finite
Element Equations, Quadratic Shape Function, Temperature Effects . Trusses:
Introduction, 2D Trusses, Assembly of Global Stiffness Matrix. Introduction,
Constant Strain Triangle Problem, Modeling and Boundary Conditions.
Computer Aided Manufacturing
CAD Hierarchy, Integrating CAD, NC and CAM, NC programming using G and
M codes adoptable to FANUC controller for lathe and milling, Generative
programming on CNC, DNC, Adaptive control system, CIM,CAPP.
Introduction to Automation
Types of Automation, Transfer line mechanism, Geneva mechanism, Group
Technology, Automated guided Vehicles, Automatic Storage and Retrieval
System, Flexible Manufacturing System
Robot Technology
Classification and Structure of Robotic Systems Point-to-Point Robotic
Systems, Continuous Path Robotic System. Configurations of Robotic system,
Joints, Drives, Controller, Types of end effectors mechanical, magnetic,
pneumatic etc., Industrial Applications of Robots, Robot Programming,
Programming Languages
Eight out of the following (two on CAD based, three on CAE based, three on CAM
based and two on robot and R. P.)
1. Developing CAD model of mechanical sub assembly
2. Developing component/ assembly using CAD features.
3. Program on concatenated Transformation involving Three steps.
4. Stress and Deflection Analysis of 2D truss.
5. Stress and Deflection Analysis of Beam.
6. Stress and deflection analysis of plate 2D/3D.[Mechanical Component]
7. Tool path generation for Turning – Grooving and Threading.
8. Tool path generation for Milling – Facing, Pocketing, Contouring and Drilling.
9. Tool path generation of Turn Mill.
10. Tool path generation for Multi Axis Machining.
11. Robot simulation/Robot Gripper Design.
12. Case study on R.P.
Author
Ibrahim Zeid and R.
Sivasubramanian
Seshu P.
Title of Book
CAD/CAM - Theory and Practice
Text book of Finite Element
Analysis
Publication
Tata
McGraw
Hill
Publishing Co. 2009
PHI Learning Private Ltd.
New Delhi, 2010.
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Reference Books
R1
Ibr aim Zeid
R2
Ch andrupatla T.R. and
Belegunda A.D
R3
Groover M.P
R4
S.R.Deb
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
Contents beyond
Syllabus
Additional
Experiments
Bridging Courses
Tutorials
Presentations
“Mastering CAD/CAM”
Introduction to Finite Elements in
Engineering”
Automation, production systems
and CAM
Robotics Technology and Flexible
Automation,
Tata
McGraw
Publishing Co. 2000
Prentice Hall India
Prentice Hall of India
Tata McGraw Hill.
Case study discussions
N.A.
Nil
N.A.
N.A.
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DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY
Course Title
Dynamics of machinery
Course Number:
C403
Year: B.E.
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme:4Hrs/Week
Direct methods
Semester: One
Professional Core
Tutorial:
Nil
In-semester
Examination: 30 Marks
Indirect Methods
Assignments
Course
Assessment
Methods
Prerequisites
Course Objectives
Course Code:
402043
End Semester Examination:
70 Marks
Practical/Oral/Term Work
Engineering Mechanics, Theory of Machines I . Theory of Machines I I
1
Ability to understand the fundamentals of vibration and Noise
2
Ability to develop analytical competency in solving vibration problems
3
Ability to understand measurement and control of vibration and noise
4
Ability to calculate natural frequencies, Eigen values & Eigen vectors
Ability to measure vibrations, vibration characteristics and understand various methods
5
Course Outcomes
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
Course Contents
Unit-I
Unit-II
for vibration control for real life problems
Illustrate the fundamentals of vibration and Noise
Obtain analytical competency in solving vibration problems
Understand measurement and control of vibration and noise
Calculate natural frequencies, Eigen values & Eigen vectors
Measure vibrations, vibration characteristics and understand various methods for
vibration control for real life problems
BALANCING
Static and Dynamic Balancing Machines. Balancing Of Rotating Masses In One And
Several Planes, Balancing Of Reciprocating Masses In Single And Multi Cylinder
Engines: In-Line, Radial And V-Type, Primary And Secondary Balancing Analysis
Direct And Reverse Cranks Method,
Single Degree Of Freedom Systems - Free And Damped Vibrations
Elements of A Vibratory System, S.H.M., Degrees Of Freedom, Modeling of A
System, Concept Of Linear And Non-Linear Systems, Equivalent Spring, Linear
And Torsional Systems.
Undamped Free Vibrations: Natural Frequency By Equilibrium And Energy
Methods For Longitudinal And Torsional Vibrations.
Damped Free Vibrations: Different Types Of Damping, Equivalent Viscous
Damping, Free Vibrations With Viscous Damping - Over Damped, Critically
Damped And Under Damped Systems, Initial Conditions, Logarithmic Decrement,
Dry Friction Or Coulomb Damping - Frequency And Rate Of Decay Of Oscillation
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Unit-IV
Unit- V
Unit-VI
List of Practicals
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Single Degree Of Freedom: Forced Vibrations
Forced Vibrations Of Longitudinal And Torsional Systems, Frequency Response
Functions - Simple Harmonic Excitation, Excitation Due To Reciprocating And
Rotating Unbalance, Base Excitation, Magnification Factor, Resonance Phenomenon
And Phase Difference, Quality Factor, Vibration Isolation, Critical Speed Of Shaft
Having Single Rotor - Damped And Undamped Systems.
Two degree of freedom system :Undamped Vibrations:
Free Vibration Of Spring Coupled Systems – Longitudinal And Torsional, Eigen
Value Eigen Vector by matrix Frequency And Mode Shapes, Holzer Method, Free
Vibration Of Mass Coupled Systems, Geared Systems, Introduction to Physical and
Mathematical modeling: Bicycle ,Motor bike & Quarter Car
Measurement and control of Vibration
Force And Motion Transmissibility
Vibration Measurement: Measuring instruments for displacement, velocity,
acceleration and Frequency, Different types of Pick up &Exciters, for Measurement
of various systems like geared system.
Vibration Control: Acceptable Vibrationsstandards, introduction to FFT analyzer,
and Machine vibration signature analysis, tuned dynamic vibration absorber control
of vibration, control of natural frequency, Vibration isolators, and absorbers
Introduction to Torsional damper
Introduction to Noise
Fundamental of noise, Sound concept, decibels, white noise, weighted sound
pressure level, logarithmic addition ,subtraction and averaging, sound
intensity,noise measurement ,sound fields octave bands sound reflections,
absorptions and transmissions pass by noise Reverberation chamber Anechoic
Chamber, Human Exposure to noise & noise standards.
Compulsory 01 to 05
1) Balancing of wheel/roter on computerised balancing machine.
2) To determine the natural frequency of damped vibration of single degree
freedom system and to find its damping coefficient.
3) To obtain frequency response curve of single degree of freedom system for
different amount of damping
4) 4.To determine natural frequencies of transverse vibration of beam using
vibration analyzer.
5) 5.Noise measurement and analysis using vibration analyzer.
Any 03 from following
6) To determine critical speed of shaft with single rotor
7) To verify natural frequency of torsional vibration of two rotor system &
position of node .
8) Experimental verification of principal of dynamic vibration absorber
9) Experiment on shock absorber to plot its characteristic curve.
10) Analysis of machine vibration signature using any analysis software
package.
Compulsory assignments
1)Determination of free response of SDOF damped system to demonstrate
different damping condition using suitable software.
2)Determination of total response of SDOF damped system to harmonic
excitation using suitable software.
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Text Books
Author
Title of Book
T1
Rao S.S
Mechanical Vibration
T2
Grover G.K
Mechanical Vibration
Bell L.H Bell D.H
Thomson W.T
Industrial Noise Control
Theory of Vibration
R3
V.P.Singh
Mechanical Vibration
R4
Kelly S.G.
Mechanical Vibration
Reference Books
R1
R2
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
Contents beyond
Syllabus
Additional
Experiments
Bridging Courses
Tutorials
Presentations
201617
Publication
Pearson Education
Kinderley New Delhi
NEM Chand & Bros
Roorkee
Marcel Dekker inc
CBS Publishers
Dhanpat rai and sons
New Delhi
Tata McGraw Hill
Publications
NPTEL Lectures
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list
Random Vibration Introduction
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
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Energy Audit and Management
Course Title:
Energy Audit and Management
Year: B.E.
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme: 3 Hrs/Week
Course
Assessment
Methods
Direct methods
Course Number:
C 404
Semester:
Elective
Tutorial:
Nil
In-semester
Examination: 30 Marks
Course Code:
402044A
End Semester Examination:
50/70 Marks
Practical/Oral/Term Work
Indirect Methods Assignments
Economics, Basic Thermodynamics
Prerequisites
Course Objectives: Following concepts to be taught to the students,
1
Importance of Energy Management.
How to carry out Energy Audit.
2
Methods to reduce consumption of energy and save cost.
3
How to improve energy efficiency of overall system.
4
Significance of Waste heat recovery and Cogeneration.
5
Course Outcomes: At the end of this course the students should be able to
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
Comprehend and review the Energy situation in the country as well as the
world.
Apply the knowledge of Energy Audit using appropriate instruments and
software in any environment.
Evaluate financial aspects of the alternatives in the field of Energy.
Undertake performance assessment and efficiency improvement in thermal
and electrical utilities.
Evaluate the environmental and socioeconomic issues related to energy
management.
Course Contents
Unit-I
Unit-II
: General Aspects of Energy Management
Current energy scenario - India and World, Current energy consumption pattern in
global and Indian industry, Principles of Energy management, Energy policy, Energy
action planning, Energy security and reliability, Energy and environment, Need of
Renewable and energy efficiency.
Energy Auditing
Need of Energy Audit, Types of energy audit, Components of energy audit, Energy
audit methodology, Instruments, equipment used in energy audit, Analysis and
recommendations of energy audit – examples for different applications, Energy audit
reporting, Energy audit software. Energy conservation opportunities in Boiler and
steam system, Furnace, DG sets, HVAC system, pumping system, Cooling tower
and Compressed air system.
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Unit-III
Unit-IV
Unit- V
Unit-VI
Text Books
: Energy Economics
Costing of Utilities- Determination of cost of steam, natural gas, compressed air and
electricity.
Financial Analysis Techniques - Simple payback, Time value of money, Net Present
Value (NPV), Return on Investment (ROI), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Risk and
Sensitivity analysis.
Energy Efficiency in Thermal Utilities
Energy performance assessment and efficiency improvement of Boilers, Furnaces,
Heat exchangers, Fans and blowers, pumps, Compressors and HVAC systems.
Steam distribution, Assessment of steam distribution losses, Steam leakages, Steam
trapping, Condensate and flash steam recovery system.
Electrical Energy Management and Lighting
Electricity billing, Electrical load management and maximum demand control,
Power factor improvement and its benefit, Selection and location of capacitors,
Distribution and transformer losses. Electrical motors- types, efficiency and
selection. Speed control, Energy efficient motors. Electricity Act 2003. Lighting Lamp types and their features, recommended illumination levels, lighting system
energy efficiency.
: Cogeneration and Waste Heat Recovery
Cogeneration- Need, applications, advantages, classification, the cogeneration design
process. Waste heat recovery- Classification and application, Potential for waste-heat
recovery in Industry, Commercial WHR devices, saving potential. CDM projects and
carbon credit calculations.
Author
Title of Book
Energy Performance
assessment for equipment and
Utility Systems.-Vol. 2,3.4
T1
T2
201617
Energy Management W. R. Murphy
Publication
BEE Govt. of India
Butterworth
Heinemann
Reference Books
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
The Fairmont Press Inc.,
5th Edition, Georgia.
Abbi Y. A., Jain Handbook on Energy Audit and TERI, Press,
Shashank
Environment management
New Delhi, 2006
Albert Thumann P.E.
The Fairmont
CEM, William J. Handbook of Energy Audit
Press Inc., 7th Edition
Younger CEM
McGraw Hill Fourth
Anthony L Kohan
Boiler Operator‘s Guide
Edition
Von Nostrand Reinhold
Robert L.Loftness
Energy Hand book
Company
Wayne C. Turner
Energy Management Handbook
www.enrgymanagertraining.com
http://www.bee-india.nic.in
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Additional
Experiments
Case study discussions
Bridging Courses
Tutorials
Presentations
Nil
N.A.
N.A.
201617
N.A.
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Operation Research
Course Title: OPERATION
RESEARCH
Year: FINAL YEAR(B.E.)
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme: 03 Hrs./Week
(Theory).
Course
Assessment
Methods
Prerequisites
Course Objectives
1
2
3
4
5
Course Outcomes
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
Course Contents
Unit-I
Course Number: C045
Course Code: 402045C
Semester: FIFTH(07)
Professional Core
Tutorial: NIL
End Semester Examination:
70 Marks
Term Work
Seminars, Q&A session,
Assignments,
Class Test,
Indirect Methods
Presentations
Group Discussion.
Knowledge of PHYSICS, BASIC MATHEMATICS.
Direct methods
In-semester
Examination: 30 Marks
Ability to understand the scope of operations research in engineering industry.
Ability to develop analytical competency in solving optimization functions in
Transportation methods for the organization
Ability to understand OR technique for better strategic management of
various resources
Ability to calculate optimal solution for various industrial problems.
Ability to learn various cost effective strategies in various applications in
industry
Illustrate the need to optimally utilize the resources in various types of industries.
Apply and analyze mathematical optimization functions to various applications
Demonstrate cost effective strategies in various applications in industry.
Evaluate various cost effective strategies in various applications in industry.
To practice obtaining optimal solution for various industrial project management
problems.
Introduction: Operation Research
 Introduction: Definition, Evolution and Classification of Quantitative
Methods and Operations Research Techniques, Methodology, Advantages
and Limitations
 Linear Programming: Introduction, Formulation, Simplex Method (Big – M
and Two Phase Methods), Dual Simplex Method (Conversion of primal to
dual)
 Introduction to Sensitivity Analysis.
 Decision Theory: Meaning and Steps in Decision Making, Types of
Management Decisions, Decision under Certainty, under Risk, under
Uncertainty, Decision Trees.
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Transportation Model

Introduction, Formulation, Basic Method of Solving Transportation Problem,
Optimization Methods like UV and Stepping Stone Method, Concept of
Trans-shipment Methods as an Extension of Transportation.
Assignment Problem
Unit-III
Hungarian Method to solve Assignment Problem, Travelling Salesman as an
Extension of Assignment Problem
Theory of Games and Investment Analysis

Theory of Games : Introduction, Minimax and Maximin Principle,
Solution of Game with Saddle Point, Solution by Dominance, Solution
by Graphical Method, m x n size Game Problem, Iterative method,
Introduction to formulation of games using Linear Programming.

Unit-IV
Investment Analysis: Break-Even Analysis, Payback Period Method, A (A) R
Method, DCF Method, IRR Method, Introduction to Probabilistic Models
Inventory Control and Replacement Analysis
 Inventory Control - Deterministic Models- Shortage, without shortage;
Probabilistic Inventory Models, Introduction to Concept of Service level.
 Replacement Analysis - Replacement of Items that Deteriorate, Replacement of
Items that Fail Suddenly.
Unit- V
Queuing Theory and Sequencing models



Queuing Model M/M/1: /FIFO, M/M/c.

Network Models: Fulkerson‘s rule, concept and types of floats, CPM and
PERT, Introduction to crashing.

Simulation: Introduction, Monte-Carlo Simulation method, Simulation of
Inventory and Queuing Problems.
Introduction to Multi Object Decision Making: Goal Programming
Formulation.
Unit-VI

Text Books
T1
T2
T3
Queuing Theory - Introduction, Basis Structure, Terminology (Kendal‘s
Notations) and Applications.
Sequencing models: Solution of sequencing Problem - Processing of n jobs
through two machines, Processing of n jobs through three machines, Processing
of two jobs through m Machines, Processing of n jobs through m Machines
Network Models
Author
Prem Kumar Gupta,
D. S. Hira
J. K. Sharma
S. D. Sharma
Title of Book
Problems in Operations
Research: Principles and
Solutions
Operations Research : Theory
And Application
Operations Research
Publication
S. Chand, 1991
Laxmi pub. India
Kedar Nath Ram NathMeerut.
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Reference Books
Optimization Concepts and
Applications in engineering
Operations Research, Eight
Edition
Engineering optimization
nd
Methods and Appliations‖, 2
edition
Cambridge Uni. Press,
India
Mc. Tata McGraw Hill,
India
Ravindran Phillips and
Solberg
Operations Research Principles
and Practice, Second Edition
Mc. WSE Willey,
Hamdy A Taha
Operations Research - An
introduction
Pearson Education
R1
Belegundu
R2
Hillier F.S., and
Lieberman G.J
R3
Ravindran
R4
R5
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
Contents beyond
Syllabus
Additional
Experiments
Bridging Courses
Tutorials
Presentations
Wiley, India
https://www.informs.org/About-INFORMS/What-is-Operations-Research
Case study discussions.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
PPT Presentations.
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BE (MECH)
Semester II
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Power Plant Engineering
Course Title: POWER PLANT
ENGINEERING
Year: B.E.(MECHANICAL)
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme: 04 Hrs/Week
(Theory),02 Hrs/week(Practical)
Course
Assessment
Methods
Course Number: C407
Course Code:402047
Semester: VIII
Professional Core
Tutorial: NIL
In-semester
Examination: 30 Marks
End Semester Examination:
70 Marks
Direct methods
Oral&Term Work
Assignments,
Quiz, Q&A session,ClassTest,
Indirect Methods
Presentations
Group Discussion.
Thermodynamics,Fluid Mechanics,Heat Transfer,Turbo Machines.
Prerequisites
Course Objectives:
Describe sources of energy and various types of power plants.
1
2
3
4
5
Analyze different types of steam cycles and estimate efficiencies in a steam power
plant. Classify different types of coupled vapor cycles and list the advantages of
combined cycles power plant.
Describe basic working principles of gas turbine and diesel engine power plants.
Define the performance characteristics and components of such power plants
List the principal components and types of nuclear reactors.
List types, principles of operations, components and applications of steam turbines,
steam generators, condensers, feed water and circulating water systems.
Course Outcomes: At the end of this course the students should be able to
decide the appropriate type of power plant
Knowledge of the operation, construction and design of various types and
CO1
components of power plants.
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
select and use different instruments to compute performance parameters of various
power plants.
Analyse the effect of parameters on performance of power plants
Calculate the various factors of plant load and economy
Apply Knowledge of environmental aspects of power plants
Course Contents
Unit-I
INTRODUCTION
Power Generation: Global Scenario, Present status of power generation in India, in
Maharashtra, Role of private and governmental organizations, Load shedding,
Carbon credits, Pitfalls in power reforms, concept of cascade efficiency. B)
Economics of Power Generation: Introduction, Cost of electric energy, Fixed and
operating cost, (with numerical treatment), Selection and Type of generation,
Selection of generation equipment, Performance and operation characteristics of
power plants and Tariff methods.
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Unit-II
Unit-III
Unit-IV
Unit- V
201617
Practical/Tutorial
NIL
Thermal Power Plants
Introduction: General layout of modern power plant with different circuits, working
of thermal power plant, coal classification, coal, ash and dust handling, selection of
coal for Thermal Power Plant, FBC boilers, high pressure boiler, Rankine cycle with
reheat and regeneration, cogeneration power plant (with numerical)
B)Steam Condenser: Necessity of steam condenser, Classification, Cooling water
requirements, Condenser efficiency, Vacuum efficiency, Cooling towers, air
Leakage, Effects of Air Leakage on condenser performance, (Numerical Treatment)
Practical/Tutorial
1) Visit to thermal Power plant /Co-generation Power plant or explain working of
power plant by using suitable software.
2) Study of FBC system.
3) Study of High Pressure boilers.
4)Trial on Steam Power Plant.
Hydroelectric & Nuclear Power Plants
Hydroelectric Power Plant: Introduction, Site Selection, Advantages and
Disadvantages of HEPP, Hydrograph , Flow duration curve ,Mass Curve,
Classification of HEPP with layout. B) Nuclear Power Plants: Elements of NPP,
Nuclear reactor & its types, fuels moderators, coolants, control rod, classification of
NPP, N-waste disposal
Practical/Tutorial
1) Study of Nuclear Power Plants.2)Visit to Hydro Power Plant.
Diesel &Gas Turbine Power Plants
A) Diesel Engine Power Plants: Plant Layout, Diesel Engine Power Plant
Performance Analysis, application, selection of engine size, advantages &
disadvantages of diesel power plant. B) Gas Turbine Power Plant : Introduction,
fuels, materials selection for GTPP, Brayton Cycle analysis, Thermal Efficiency,
Work ratio, maximum & optimum pressure ratio, Actual cycle effect of operating
variables on thermal efficiency, inter-cooling reheating, & regeneration cycle, Open,
Closed & Semi Closed cycles Gas Turbine Plant , combined cycle plant (Numerical
Treatment).
Practical/Tutorial
1) Trial on Diesel Power Plant
Non Conventional Power Plants
Wind Power plant : Introduction, wind availability measurement, types of wind
machines, site selection, and wind power generation. Solar Power Plant :
Introduction, components ,Types of Collectors & Solar Ponds, Low & High
Temperature Solar Power Plant. Photovoltaic Power System, Heliostat Tidal, OTEC,
geothermal, magneto hydrodynamics, fuel cell, hybrid power plants, Challenges in
commercialization of Non-Conventional Power Plants.
Practical/Tutorial
NIL
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Instrumentation &Environmental Impact
A) Power Plant Instrumentation
Layout of electrical equipment, generator,
exciter, short circuits & limiting methods, switch gear, circuit breaker, power
transformers, methods of earthling, protective devices & Control system used in
power plants, Control Room. B) Environmental impact due to power plants.
Environmental aspects, introduction, constituents of atmosphere, different pollutants
due to thermal power plants and their effects of human health, Environmental control
of different pollutant such as particulate matter, Oxides of sulphur, nitrogen, global
warming & green house effect, thermal pollution of water & its control. Noise
pollution by power plants.
Practical/Tutorial
1) Study of power plant instruments. 2) Study of Environmental Impact of Power
Plants.
Text Books :Author
T1
P.K.Nag.
T2
E.I.Wakil.
Reference Books :
Domkundwar &
R1
Arora
R2
P.C.Sharma
R3
R.K.Rajput
R4
G.D.Rai
Title of Book
Power Plant Engineering
Power Plant Engineering
Publication
McGraw Hill
McGraw Hill
Power Plant Engineering
Dhanpat Rai &Sons
Power Plant Engineering
Power Plant Engineering
Non Conventional Energy
Sources
Solar Enrgy
Laxmi Publications
Laxmi Publications
R5
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
Contents beyond
Syllabus
Additional
Experiments
S.P.Sukhatme
Bridging Courses
Guest Lectures From Power Plant Export Persons
03 (Unit1&2;Unit3&4;Unit5&6)
Khanna Publications
McGraw Hill
Web sites on all types of power plants
NIL
NIL
Tutorials
Presentations
CD;PPT,Animations.
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Mechanical System Design
Course Title:
Mechanical System Design
Year: B.E.
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme: 4 Hrs/Week
Course
Assessment
Methods
Prerequisites
Course Objectives
1
2
3
4
5
6
Course Outcomes
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
CO6
Course Contents
Unit-I
Unit-II
Direct methods
Course Number:
C408
Semester: Tewo
Professional Core
Tutorial:
Nil
In-semester
Examination: 30 Marks
Indirect Methods
Assignments
Course Code:
402048
End Semester Examination:
70 Marks
Practical/Oral/Term Work
Mechine Design I, Machine Design II, Strength of Materials, Theory of Machines I,
Theory of Machines II
Design a Machine Tool Gearbox
Apply Statistical and Product Design Considerations
Apply Design Principles of Material Handling Systems
To study Design considerations of Cylinders and Pressure Vessels
Apply Design concepts to I. C. Engine components
Understand Optimum Design concepts
Use design theory to manage and further develop as an engineer.
Determine the appropriate engineering knowledge and methods to solve
engineering problems.
Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints, including economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health,
safety, manufacturability, and sustainability..
Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic,
environmental, and societal context.
Use the technical skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice
Design of Machine Tool Gearbox
Introduction to machine tool gearboxes, design and its applications, basic
considerations in design of drives, determination of variable speed range, graphical
representation of speed and structure diagram, ray diagram, selection of optimum ray
diagram, deviation diagram, difference between numbers of teeth of successive gears
in a change gear box.
Statistical considerations in design
Frequency distribution-Histogram and frequency polygon, normal distribution - units
of of central tendency and dispersion- standard deviation - population combinations design for natural tolerances - design for assembly - statistical analysis of tolerances,
mechanical reliability and factor of safety.
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Unit-IV
Unit- V
201617
Design of Belt conveyer system for material handling
System concept, basic principles, objectives of material handling system, unit load
and containerization.
Belt conveyors, Flat belt and troughed belt conveyors, capacity of conveyor, rubber
covered and fabric ply belts, belt tensions, conveyor pulleys, belt idlers, tension takeup systems, power requirement of horizontal belt conveyors for frictional resistance
of idler and pulleys.
Design of Cylinders and Pressure vessels
Design of Cylinders:
Thin and thick cylinders, Lame's equation, Clavarino„s and Bernie's equations,
design of hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, auto-frettage and compound
cylinders,(No Derivation) gasketed joints in cylindrical vessels (No derivation).
Design of Pressure vessel:
Modes of failures in pressure vessels, unfired pressure vessels, classification of
pressure vessels as per I.S. 2825 - categories and types of welded joints, weld joint
efficiency, stresses induced in pressure vessels, materials for pressure vessel,
thickness of cylindrical shells and design of end closures as per code, nozzles and
openings in pressure vessels, reinforcement of openings in shell and end closures area compensation method, types of vessel supports (theoretical treatment only).
Design of I. C. Engine components
Introduction to selection of material for I. C. engine components, Design of cylinder
and cylinder head, construction of cylinder liners, design of piston and piston-pins,
piston rings, design of connecting rod.
Design of crank-shaft and crank-pin, (Theoretical treatment only).
Unit-VI
List of Practicals
Optimum Design and DFMA
Optimum Design
Objectives of optimum design, adequate and optimum design, Johnson‘s Method of
optimum design, primary design equations, subsidiary design equations and limit
equations, optimum design with normal specifications of simple machine elementstension bar, transmission shaft and helical spring, Pressure vessel Introduction to
redundant specifications ( Theoretical treatment).
Design for manufacture, assembly and safety
General principles of design for manufacture and assembly (DFM and DMFA),
principles of design of castings and forgings, design for machining, design for safety.
1. One design project
The design project shall consist of two imperial size sheets (Preferably drawn with
3D/2D CAD software) - one involving assembly drawing with a part list and overall
dimensions and the other sheet involving drawings of individual components,
2. Assignments
any two of the following:
1. Design review of any product/ system for strength and rigidity considerations.
2. Design review of any product/system for manufacturing, assembly and cost
considerations.
3. Design review of any product/system for aesthetic and ergonomic considerations.
4. Analysis of any product/system using reverse engineering.
5. Case study of one patent from the product design point of view.
6. Failure mode and effect analysis of one product/component.
7. Design of Experiments (DOE)
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8. Selection of gear box for various mechanical system like epicyclic gear trains ,
differential gear boxes , speed reducer etc
9. Design of Human Powered system.
10. Application of composite material for different mechanical components.
11. Design of material handling system for specific / various applications such as
chain and screw conveyors
12. Concurrent engineering
Text Books
Author
Title of Book
Publication
Tata McGraw-Hill
T1
Bhandari V.B
Design of Machine Elements
T2
Juvinal R.C
Fundamentals of Machine
Components Design
Wiley, India
R1
Shigley J. E. and
Mischke C.R
Mechanical Engineering Design
Principles of refrigeration
McGraw Hill Pub. Co
R2
M. F. Spotts
Mechanical Design Analysis
R3
Black P.H. and O.
Eugene Adams‖
Machine Design
R4
Johnson R.C.
Mechanical Design Synthesis
with Optimization Applications
R5
S.K. Basu & D. K. Pal
Design of Machine Tools
R6
Rudenko
Material Handling Equipment
R7
P. Kannaiah systems
Design of Transmission
Mulani, I. G.
Belt Conveyors‖
Company Catalogue
Singiresu S. Rao,
Engineering Optimization:
Theory and Practice
John Wiley & Sons
Process Equipment Design
Millan.
Reference Books
R8
R9
R10
M.V. Joshi, , Mc-
R11
--
R12
--
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
Contents beyond
Design Data
I.S. 2825: Code for unfired
pressure vessels.
Prentice Hall Inc.
McGraw Hill Book Co.
Inc.
Von Nostrand
Reynold Pub.
Oxford and IBH Pub Co
M.I.R. publishers,
Moscow
SCIETCH Publications
Pvt Ltd.
.S.G. College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
ISO
Nil
Nil
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Additional
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N.A.
Bridging Courses
Tutorials
Presentations
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
201617
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Industrial Engineering
Course Title: Industrial Engineering
Year: 2015-16
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme: 4 Hrs/Week
Course Number: C 409
Course Code: 402049C
Semester: II
Elective/
Tutorial:
On-line/In-semester
End Semester Examination:
Examination: 30 Marks 70 Marks
Practical/Oral/Term Work
Assignments,
Presentations
Course
Assessment
Methods
Direct methods
Prerequisites
Course Objectives
Manufacturing Process, Engineering Mathematics.
1
2
3
4
5
Course Outcomes
CO1
CO2
CO3
CO4
CO5
Indirect Methods
To introduce the concepts , principles and framework of contents of Industrial
Engineering
To acquaint the students with various productivity enhancement techniques.
To acquaint the students with different aspects of Production
Planning and Control and Facility Design.
To introduce the concepts of various cost accounting and financial management
practices as applied in industries.
o acquaint the students with different aspects of Human Resource activities and
Industrial Safety rules.
Learner will be able to.....
Apply the Industrial Engineering concept in the industrial environment
Manage and implement different concepts involved in methods study and
understanding of work content in different situations.
Undertake project work based on the course content.
Describe different aspects of work system design and facilities design pertinent to
manufacturing industries
Identify various cost accounting and financial management practices widely applied
in industries. Develop capability in integrating knowledge of design along with other
aspects of value addition in the conceptualization and manufacturing stage of various
products.
Course Contents
Unit-I
Introduction to Industrial Engineering and Productivity
Introduction: Definition and Role of Industrial Engineering
Contribution of Taylor and Gilbreth
Organisation : : Concept of organisation, characteristics of organisation, elements of
organisation organisational structure, organisation charts; Types of organisation formal line, military organisation, functional organization, line & staff organisation;
Introduction to management principles, authority and responsibility, span of control,
delegation of authority.
Productivity :
Definition of productivity, Productivity of materials, land, building, machine and
power. Measurement of productivity: factors affecting the productivity, Productivity
Models and Index (Numerical), productivity improvement programmer
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Unit-III
201617
Practical/Tutorial
Numericals on the basis of various types of productivity and productivity indices
Method Study
Work Study : Definition, objective and scope of work -study. Human factors in
work - study.
Method Study : Definition, objective and scope of method study, activity recording
and exam aids, Charts to record moments in shop - operation process charts, flow
process charts, travel chart, two handed chart and multiple activity charts. Charts to
record movement at work place -principles of motion economy classification of
moments, SIMO chart, and micro motion study. Definition and installation of the
improved method, brief concept about synthetic motion
studies.(Numerical) Introduction to Value Engineering and Value Analysis
Practical/Tutorial
Drawing of various flow process charts
Work Measurement
Work Measurement : Definition, objectives and uses; Work measurement
techniques.
Work sampling: need, confidence levels, sample size determinations, random
observation, conducting study with the simple problems.
Time study: Definition, time study equipment, selection of job, steps in time study.
Breaking jobs into elements, recording information. Rating and standard rating,
standard performance, scales of rating, factors affecting rate of working, allowances
and standard time determination; Introduction to PMTS and MTM. (Numerical),
Introduction to MOST.
Practical/Tutorial
Unit-IV
Numericals based on time study and work measurement
Production Planning and Control
Introduction : Types of production systems, Need and functions of PPC, Aggregate
production planning Capacity Planning, ERP: Modules, Master Production
Schedule; MRP I and MRP –II
Forecasting techniques: Causal and time series models, moving average, exponential
smoothing, trend and
Seasonality; (Numerical)
Supply Chain Management: Concept,Strategies, Supply Chain Network, Push and
Pull Systems, Logistics, Distribution; Order Control strategies: MTO, MTA, MTS
Practical/Tutorial
Unit- V
Numericals based on forecasting techniques and inventory control.
Facility Design
Facility Location Factors and Evaluation of Alternate Locations; Types of Plant
Layout; Computer Aided Layout Design Techniques; Assembly Line Balancing
(Numerical);
Material Handling: Principles, Types of Material Handling Devices;
Stores Management Inventory Control :: Functions, costs
classifications-deterministic and probabilistic inventory models, Concept of EOQ,
purchase model without shortages (Numerical); ABC and VED Analysis.
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Practical/Tutorial
Unit-VI
Text Books
T1
T2
Numericals based on different types of line balancing
Engineering Economy, Human Resource and Industrial Safety
Engineering Economy and Costing:
Elementary Cost Accounting and Methods of Depreciation; Break- Even Analysis
(Numerical); Introduction to Debit and Credit Note, Financial Statements (Profit and
Loss Account and Balance Sheet), Techniques for Evaluation of Capital Investments.
Human Resource Development: Functions: Manpower Planning, Recruitment,
Selection, Training; Concept of KRA (Key Result Areas); Performance Appraisal
(Self, Superior, Peer, 360).
Industrial Safety:
Safety Organisation, Safety Programme, General Safety
Rules.
Practical/Tutorial
Numericals based on break even analysis , contribution and profit volume ratio
Author
Title of Book
Publication
M Mahajan
Industrial Engineering and
Dhanpat Rai and Co.
Production Management
Industrial engineering and
Dhanpat Rai publication
O. P. Khanna
management
Reference Books
R1
Introduction to Work
Study by ILO, ISBN
978 81-204-1718-2
R2
H.B. Maynard, K Jell
Maynard
R3
Askin
R4
Zandin K.B
R5
Barnes
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
Contents beyond
Syllabus
Additional
Experiments
Bridging Courses
Tutorials
Presentations
Introduction to Work Study by
ILO, ISBN 978-81-204-1718-2
Industrial Engineering Hand
Book
Design and Analysis of Lean
Production System
Most Work Measurement
Systems, ISBN 0824709535,
CRC Press,2002
Motion and time Study design
and Measurement of Work
Oxford & IBH
Publishing Company,
New Delhi, Second
Indian Adaptation, 2008.
McGraw Hill Education.
Wiley, India
CRC Press,2002
Wiley India
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
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Finite Element Analysis
Course Title: Industrial Engineering
Year: 2015-16
Designation of Course
Teaching Scheme: 4 Hrs/Week
Course
Assessment
Methods
Prerequisites
Direct methods
Indirect Methods
Course Number: C 409
Course Code: (402050B)
Semester: II
Elective/
Tutorial:
On-line/In-semester
End Semester Examination:
Examination: 30 Marks 70 Marks
Practical/Oral/Term Work
Assignments,
TW: 25
Presentations
Mechanics of materials
DME I and DME II (Static and dynamic failure theories )
Engineering Graphics
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Course Objectives
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Course Outcomes
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CO2
CO3
CO4
To familiarize students with the displacement-based finite element method for
displacement and stress analysis and to introduce related analytical and computer
tools.
It provides a bridge between hand calculations based on mechanics of materials and
machine design and numerical solutions for more complex geometries and loading
states.
To study approximate nature of the finite element method and convergence of results
are examined.
It provides some experience with a commercial FEM code and some practical
modeling exercises.
Learner will be able to.....
Derive and use 1-D and 2-D element stiffness matrices and load vectors from various
methods to solve for displacements and stresses.
Apply mechanics of materials and machine design topics to provide preliminary
results used for testing the reasonableness of finite element results.
Explain the inner workings of a finite element code for linear stress, displacement,
temperature and modal analysis.
Interpret the results of finite element analyses and make an assessment of the results
in terms of modeling (physics assumptions) errors, discretization (mesh density and
refinement toward convergence) errors, and numerical (round-off) errors.
Course Contents
Unit-I
Unit 1: Fundamentals Concepts of FEA 10hrs
Introduction– Brief History of FEM, Finite Element Terminology (nodes, elements,
domain, continuum,
Degrees of freedom, loads & constraints) General FEM procedure, Applications of
FEM in various
fields, P & h formulation, Advantages and disadvantages of FEM. Consistent units
system.
Review of Solid Mechanics Stress equilibrium equations, Strain-Displacement
equations, Stress-StrainTemperature Relations, Plane stress, plane strain and axi-symmetric problems, Strain
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Unit-II
Unit-III
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energy, Total
potential energy. Essential and natural boundary conditions
Review of Matrix Algebra (Vectors, Matrices, Symmetric banded matrix,
Determinants, Inverses),
banded skyline solutions. Introduction to solvers (Sparse solver, iterative solver,
PCG, block Lanczos).
Introduction to different approaches used in FEA such as direct approach,
Variational approach,
weighted residual, energy approach, Galerkin and Raleigh Ritz approach.
Practical/Tutorial
Programing on simultaneous equation
Unit 2: 1D Elements 8hrs
Types of 1D elements. Displacement function, Global and local coordinate systems,
Order of element,
primary and secondary variables, shape functions and its properties.
Formulation of elemental stiffness matrix and load vector for spring, bar, beam, truss
and Plane frame.
Transformation matrix for truss and plane frame, Assembly of global stiffness matrix
and load vector,
Properties of stiffness matrix, half bandwidth, Boundary conditions elimination
method and penalty
approach, Symmetric boundary conditions, Stress calculations.
Practical/Tutorial
1. Computer program for stress analysis 2-D truss subjected to plane forces
2. Computer program for modal analysis 1-D beam (simply supported or
cantilever beams)
3. Computer program for frames subjected to transverse forces and moments
Unit 3: 2D Elements 10 hrs
Types of 2D elements, Formulation of elemental stiffness matrix and load vector for
Plane stress/strain
such as Linear Strain Rectangle (LSR), Constant Strain Triangles (CST), Pascal‘s
triangle , primary and
secondary variables, properties of shape functions. Assembly of global stiffness
matrix and load vector,
Boundary conditions, solving for primary variables (displacement), Overview of axisymmetric elements
Practical/Tutorial
Unit-IV
Static stress concentration factor calculation for a plate with center hole subjected to
axial loading in tension using FEA software.
Unit 4: Isoparametric Elements 10 hrs
Concept of isoparametric elements, Terms Isoparametric, super parametric and
subparametric.
Isoparmetric formulation of bar element.
Coordinate mapping - Natural coordinates, Area coordinates (for triangular
elements), higher order
elements (Lagrangean and serendipity elements). Convergence requirements- patch
test, Uniqueness of
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mapping - Jacobian matrix. Numerical integration – 2 and 3 point Gauss Quadrature,
full and reduced
integration. Sub-modeling, substructuring.
Practical/Tutorial
Numericals based on Integration.
Unit- V
Unit 5: 1D Steady State Heat Transfer Problems 8 hrs
Introduction, Governing differential equation, steady-state heat transfer formulation
of 1D element for
conduction and convection problem, boundary conditions and solving for
temperature distribution.
Practical/Tutorial
Unit-VI
Text Books
T1
T2
2D Forced convection problem using FEA software.
Unit 5: Dynamic Analysis 8 hrs
Types of dynamic analysis, General dynamic equation of motion, point and
distributed mass, lumped and
Consistent mass, Mass matrices formulation of bar and beam element.
Undamped-free vibration- Eigenvalue problem, Evaluation of eigenvalues and
eigenvectors (natural
frequencies and mode shapes).
Practical/Tutorial
Modal analysis of any machine component using FEA software.
Author
Title of Book
Publication
A First Course in the Finite
Daryl L. Logan
Wiley, India
Element Method
Concepts and Applications of
R. D. Cook
Wiley, India
Finite Element Analysis,
Reference Books
R1
Chandrupatla T. R.
and Belegunda A. D.,
R2
Seshu P
R3
Bathe K. J.
R4
Fagan M. J.
R5
Kwon Y. W., Bang H.
Self-Learning
Facilities,
Web Resources,
Research papers
for reference
Contents beyond
Syllabus
Additional
Introduction to Finite Elements
in Engineering
Text book of Finite Element
Analysis
Finite Element Procedures‖,
Finite Element Analysis,
Theory and Practice‖,
Finite Element Method using
MATLAB‖,
Prentice
Hall India..
PHI Learning Private
Ltd. New Delhi, 2010.
Prentice-Hall of India
(P) Ltd., New Delhi.
Pearson Education
Limited
CRC Press, 1997
NPTEL Lectures
Programing assignment based on object oriented concept to solve the generalised
problems
Program to create stiffness matrix for two dimensional element using integral
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Experiments
formulation with matlab
Bridging Courses
Tutorials
Presentations
Numerical Method
Assignment on Beam element
Rayleigh Ritz and Galerking Method
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