SYLLABUS SIXTH SEMESTER/KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY – MACHINE DESIGN II

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SYLLABUS SIXTH SEMESTER/KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY – MACHINE DESIGN II

B.TECH. (SIXTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 310 E MACHINE DESIGN II

L – 2, T – 6,    P/D - 8
Total Theory: 100Marks          Sessional: 50 marks    Duration of Exam: 04 hours

UNIT I
Classification of Gears; Selection of type; Law of Gearing, Standard system of Gear tooth, Various Failure modes, Interference, undercutting & minimum no. of teeth.
Force Analysis ,Beam strength of Gear tooth, Effective load on tooth, Estimation of module based on beam strength and wear strength, Gear lubrication, materials; Design Procedure, Gear Box design
Terminology, Force Analysis, Virtual no. of teeth, Beam strength, Effective load, Wear strength
Terminology, force analysis, beam strength & wear strength, effective load on gear tooth
Terminology, properties, force analysis, friction, material selection

UNIT II
Design of flat belts &Pulleys, Design /selection of V belts &Pulleys, Design/selection of wire ropes, Design/selection of chains, Single &multiple Plate clutch, Cone clutch, External shoe brake, Internal shoe brakes

UNIT III
Coil Springs, Leaf Springs
Hydro dynamically lubricated bearings, Selection of ball bearings, Selection of roller bearings, Selection of taper roller bearings, Mechanism Design, Design of cam & Follower

UNIT IV
Design of Cylinder, Design of Piston, Design of Crank shaft, Design of connecting rod
Design of Crane Hook, Design of Flywheels

SUGGESTED READING:

·         Design of Machine Elements Bhandari TMH
·         Machine Design Sharma Aggarwal Katson Publishers
·         PSG Design Data Book PSG College of Engg PSG Publication
·         Machine Design an integrated Approch Robert l Norton, prentice hall Fundamental of machine component design R.C Juvinnal, Johan wiley& sons

NOTE: In the semester examination, the examiner will set 8 questions in all, at least two question from each unit, and students will be required to attempt only 5 questions, at least one from each unit.



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