B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 301 E I.C.ENGINE AND GAS
TURBINES
L
T P/D
Total
Theory : 100
Marks
3
1

4
Sessional
: 50 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
UNIT 1
Heat engines; Internal and
external combustion engines; Classification of I.C. Engines; Cycle of
operations in four strokes and twostroke IC engines; Wankle Engine.
Assumptions made in air
standard cycles; Otto cycle; Diesel cycle; Dual combustion cycle; Comparison of
Otto, diesel and dual combustion cycles; Sterling and Ericsson cycles; Air
standard efficiency, Specific work output. Specific weight; Work ratio; Mean
effective pressure; Deviation of actual engine cycle from ideal
cycle.
UNIT II
Mixture requirements for various
operating conditions in S.I. Engines; Elementary carburetor, Calculation of
fuel air ratio; The complete carburetor; Requirements of a diesel injection
system; Type of injection system; Petrol injection; Requirements of ignition
system; Types of ignition systems, ignition timing; Spark plugs.
S.I. engines; Ignition
limits; Stages of combustion in S. I. Engines; Ignition lag; Velocity of flame
propagation; Detonation; Effects of engine variables on detonation; Theories of
detonation; Octane rating of fuels; Preignition; S.I. engine combustion
chambers. Stages of combustion in C.I. Engines; Delay period; Variables
affecting delay period; Knock in C.I. Engines; Cetane rating; C.I. Engine
combustion chambers.
UNIT III
Functions of a lubricating
system, Types of lubrication system; Mist, Wet sump and dry sump systems;
Properties of lubricating oil; SAE rating of lubricants; Engine performance and
lubrication; Necessity of engine cooling; Disadvantages of overcooling; Cooling
systems; Aircooling, Watercooling; Radiators.
Performance parameters;
BHP, IHP, Mechanical efficiency; Brake mean effective pressure and indicative
mean effective pressure, Torque, Volumetric efficiency; Specific fuel
consumption (BSFG, ISFC); Thermal efficiency; Heat balance; Basic engine
measurements; Fuel and air consumption, Brake power, Indicated power and
friction power, Heat lost to coolant and exhaust gases; Performance curves.
UNIT IV
Pollutants from S.I. and
C.I. Engines; Methods of emission control, Alternative fuels for I.C. Engines;
The current scenario on the pollution front. Working of a single stage
reciprocating air compressor; Calculation of work input; Volumetric efficiency;
Isothermal efficiency; Advantages of multi stage compression; Two stage
compressor with intercooling; Perfect inter cooling; Optimum intercooler
pressure; Rotary air compressors and their applications; Isentropic efficiency.
Brayton cycle; Components
of a gas turbine plant; Open and closed types of gas turbine plants; Optimum
pressure ratio; Improvements of the basic gas turbine cycle; Multi stage
compression with intercooling; Multi stage expansion with reheating between
stages; Exhaust gas heat exchanger; Application of gas turbines.
Recommended books
·
Internal
combustion engine by Ramalingam scitech publication
·
Internal
combustion engine by Ganeshan TMG
·
Internal
combustion engine by Mathur & Sharma
·
Heat
power engineering by Dr. V.P. Vasandhani & Dr. D.S. Kumar
NOTE: In the semester examination, the examiner
will set 8 questions in all, at least two questions from each unit, and
students will be required to attempt only 5 questions, at least one from each
unit.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 303 E
FLUID MACHINES
L
T P/D
Total
Theory : 100
Marks
3 1

4
Sessional
: 50 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
UNIT I
Impact of jet stationary
and moving flat and curved plates, Force on series of vanes, Radial vanes,
Vortex motion, Free and forced vortex, jet propulsion of ships.
Units and dimensions;
Dimensional homogeneity; Dimensional analysis’ methods; Ray Leigh and
Buckingham methods, Applications and limitations of dimensional analysis Dimensionless
numbers, Similitude laws.
UNIT II
Introduction; Development
of hydraulic turbines; Components of hydropower plant; Classification of
turbines; Surge tank and its type.
Pelton turbine, Its
components, Number and dimension of buckets, Speed ratio, Jet ratio, Energy
conversion, Condition for maximum efficiency; Design considerations. Governing
etc.
Francis turbine, its
components, working principles. Draft tube, Types of draft tube, Design
considerations; Outward vs. Inward flow reaction turbines, Introduction to
Deriaz turbine, Evolution of axial flow turbines, Kaplan turbine, Operation at
offdesign loads, Governing etc. Unit quantities, Specific speed, Runway speed,
Characteristics of turbines.
UNIT III
Introduction,
Classification, Components, Principle of working, various heads, Energy
conversion, Euler’s head and its variation with vane shapes. Effect of finite
number of vanes, Losses and efficiencies, Minimum starting speed, Limitation of
suction lift, Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH); Multistage pumps, Specific
speed and performance.
Working principles,
Classification, Components, Discharge, Discharge slip, Power input, Indicator
diagram, Effect of friction, Acceleration and pipe friction, Maximum speed, Air
vessels, Comparison with centrifugal pumps. Model testing of pumps.
UNIT
IV
Cavitations and its
effects, Cavitation parameters, Detection and Prevention of cavitations. Model
testing of turbine.
Propeller pump, Jet pump,
Airlift pump, Gear pump, Screw pump, Vane pump, Radial piston pump, Submersible
pump, Pump problems.
Hydraulic accumulators,
Hydraulic intensifier, Hydraulic lift, Hydraulic crane. Hydraulic coupling,
Torque converter, Hydraulic ram.
Recommended
books
·
Fluid
mechanics and machinery by S.K.Aggarwal TMG
·
Fluid
mechanics & fluid power engineering by D.S kumar, Katson publisher
·
Fluid
mechanics and Hydraulic machine by S.S rattan, Khanna publisher
·
Introduction
to fluid mechanics and machinery by Som and Bishwas, TMH
NOTE:
In the semester examination, the examiner will set 8
questions in all, at least two questions from each unit, and students will be
required to attempt only 5 questions, at least one from each unit.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 305 E
HEAT – TRANSFER
L
T P/D
Total
Theory
: 100 Marks
3
1

4
Sessional
: 50 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
UNIT I
Definition of heat; Modes
of Heat Transfer; Basic Laws of heat transfer, Electrical Analogy of heat conduction;
Conduction through composite Walls; Overall heat transfer
coefficient.
The general conduction
equation in Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinates Steady one
dimensional heat conduction without internal heat generation; The plane slab;
The cylindrical shell; The spherical shell; Critical thickness of insulation;
Variable thermal conductivity, Steady one dimensional heat conduction with
uniform internal heat generation the plane slab; Cylindrical and spherical
systems; Fins of uniform cross section; Governing equation; Temperature
distribution and heat dissipation rate; Efficiency and effectiveness of fins.
UNIT
II
Free and forced convection;
Newton’s law of cooling, Convective heat transfer Coefficient; Nusselt number;
Dimensional analysis of free and forced convection; Analytical solution to
forced convection problems; The concept of boundary layer; Hydrodynamic and
thermal boundary layer; Momentum and Energy equations for boundary layer; Exact
solution for laminar flow over an isothermal plate using similarity
transformation; The integral approach; Integral momentum and energy equations;
Solution of forced convection over a flat plate using the integral method.
Analysis of free convection; governing equations for velocity and temperature
fields. Relation between fluid friction and heat transfer, Reynolds analogy
Dimensionless numbers; Reynolds, Prandtl Nusselt , Grashoff and Stanton Numbers
and their significance, Heat transfer with change of phase; Nusselt theory of
laminar film Condensation.
UNIT
III
Theories of thermal
radiation; Absorption, Reflection and transmission, Monochromatic and total
emissive power; Black body concept; Planck’s distribution law; Stefan Boltzman
law; Wien’s displacement law; Lambert’s cosine law; Kirchoff’s law; Shape
factor; Heat transfer between black surfaces.
UNIT
IV
Introduction;
Classification of heat exchangers; Logarithmic mean temperature Difference;
Area calculation for parallel and counterflow heat exchangers; Effectiveness of
heat exchangers; N.T.U method of heat exchanger design; Applications of heat
exchangers.
Reference
and Text books:
·
A
Text book of Heat Transfer by S.P Sukhatme, university press
·
Heat
transfer by Holman, TMG
·
Heat
and Mass transfer by D.S Kumar
NOTE:
In the semester examination, the examiner will set 8
questions in all, at least two questions from each unit, and students will be
required to attempt only 5 questions, at least one from each unit.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 307 E INDUSTRIAL
ENGINEERING
L
T P/D
Total
Theory : 100
Marks
3
1

4
Sessional
: 50 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
UNIT I
Introduction to work study;
Method study; Basic procedure; Recording techniques (charts and diagrams);
Elemental breakdown; Micromotion studies; Therbligs; SIMOchart; Principles of
motion –economy.
Introduction; Objectives;
technique; (time) information recording; methods of timings; Time study
allowances; Work sampling technique; Performance rating and its determination
PMTS; M. T. M.; Work factor.
UNIT
II
Principles
of organization, Importance and characteristics of organization, Organization
theories; Classical Organization theory; NeoClassical organization theory,
Modern organization theory; Types of organization, Military or line
organization, Functional organization, Line and staff organization, Committees.
Objectives
of PPC; Functions of PPC; Preplanning and planning; Routing; Estimating;
schedulingmaster schedule; Daily schedule; Gantt chart; Dispatching
–centralized vs. decentralized; Control; Follow up and progress reporting.
Introduction;
Product development; Product characteristics; Role of product development; 3Ss
– Standardization; Simplification and Specialization.
UNIT III
Introduction,
Objectives and importance of sales forecasting, Types of forecasting, Methods
of sales forecastingCollective opinion method, Delphi technique, economic
indicator method; Regression analysis, Moving average method, Time series
analysis.
Introduction,
Functions of inventory; Types of inventory; Control importance and functions,
Inventory costs, Factors affecting inventory control, Various inventory control
models. A. B. C. analysis, Leadtime calculations.
UNIT IV
Introduction;
Objectives; Concept and life cycle of a product and V.E.; Steps in VE.,
Methodology and techniques, Fast diagram, Matrix method.
Various
concepts in industrial engineering.
a) WAGES
AND INCENTIVES; Concept; Types; Plans; Desirable characteristics.
b) ERGONOMICS;
 its importance; Manmachine work place system; Human factors considerations
in system design.
c) SUPPLY
CHAIN MANAGEMENT;  its definition, Concept, Objectives, Applications,
benefits, some successful cases in Indian Industries.
d) JIT; 
Its definition, Concept, Importance, Misconception, Relevance, Applications,
Elements of JIT (brief description).
e) MRP;Introduction,
Objectives, factors, Guide lines, Techniques Elements of MRP system, Mechanics
of MRP, MRPII.
f) TIME
MANAGEMENT;Introduction, Steps of time management, Ways for saving time, Key
for time saves.
Reference
and Text books:
·
Production
planning and control by S.Elion
·
Modren
production Management by S.S Buffa
·
Industrial
engg. and management manufacturing system by Surender kumar, Satya prakashan.
·
Essence
of Supply Chain Management by R.P mohanty and S.G Deshmukh
·
Industrial
engg. and management by S Sharma and Savita sharama
NOTE:
In the semester examination, the examiner will set 8
questions in all, at least two questions from each unit, and students will be
required to attempt only 5 questions, at least one from each unit.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 309 E MACHINE
DESIGN 1
L
T P/D
Total
Theory : 100
Marks
2

5
7
Sessional
: 50 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
UNIT I
Properties: Chemical,
Physical, Mechanical and Dimensional; Ferrous metals, Nonferrous metals,
Plastics, Composite materials etc.; Selection of Engineering Materials.
Design
methodology; Design criterion based on fracture; Deformation and elastic
stability design stresses; Factor of safety; Significant stress and significant
strength; Stressesconcentration; Causes and mitigation; Endurance limit;
Effect of concentration; Notch sensitivity; Size and surface finish; Goodman
diagram; Gerber’s parabola and Soderberg line.
UNIT II
Supports and retainment of
rotating assemblies; manufacturing considerations of design, design of castings
and
weldments.
Riveted
joints for boiler shell according to I. B. R.; riveted structural joint; and
riveted joint with eccentric loading; Types of welded joints; strength of welds
under axial load; Welds under eccentric loading; Designation of various types
of bolts and nuts, Design of bolted joints, Bolts of uniform strength, Bolted
joints with eccentric loads, Design of Keys, Cotter joint and knuckle joints.
UNIT
III
Design
of shafts subjected to pure torsion; Pure bending load; Combined bending and
torsion; Combined torsion; Bending and axial loads.
Introduction,
hand and foot levers, cranked lever, lever for a lever safety valve, Bell crank
lever. Miscellaneous levers.
UNIT IV
Types
of shaft couplings, Design of sleeve or muff coupling; Flange coupling and bush
type flexible couplings.
Introduction,
Design of circular, oval shaped and square flanged pipe joints.
Function,
types of power screws, stresses in screws, design calculations.
References
and text books:
·
Design
of machine element By Bhandari
·
Machine
design by Malvee and Hartmann, CBS publication
·
Machine
design by Sharma and Aggarwal
·
PSG
Design Data Book, PSG College of Engg., PSG Publication
·
Machine
Design an integrated Approch by Robert l Norton, prentice hall
·
Fundamental
of machine component design by R.C Juvinnal, Johan wiley& sons
NOTE:
In the semester examination, the examiner will set 8
questions in all, at least two questions from each unit, and students will be
required to attempt only 5 questions, at least one from each unit.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 311 E STEAM
GENERATION & POWER
L
T P/D
Total
Theory
: 100 Marks
3
1

4
Sessional
: 25 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
UNIT I
Introduction; classification
of boilers; comparison of fire tube and water tube boiler; their advantages;
description of boiler; Lancashire; locomotive; Babcock; Wilcox etc.; boiler
mountings; stop valve; safety valve; blow off valve; feed check etc.; water
level indicator; fusible plug; pressure gauge; boiler accessories; feed pump;
feed water heater; preheater; super heater; economizer; natural draught chimney
design; artificial draught; stream jet draught; mechanical draught; calculation
of boiler efficiency and equivalent evaporation(no numerical problem)
UNIT II
Carnot cycle; simple and
modified Rankine cycle; effect of operating parameters on rankine cycle
performance; effect of superheating; effect of maximum pressure; effect of
exhaust pressure; reheating and regenerative Rankine cycle; types of feed water
heater; reheat factor; binary vapour cycle.
Simple steam engine,
compound engine; function of various components.
UNIT III
Function of steam nozzle;
shape of nozzle for subsonics and supersonics flow of stream; variation of
velocity; area of specific volume; steady state energy equation; continuity
equation; nozzle efficiency; critical pressure ratio for maximum discharge;
physical explanation of critical pressure; super saturated flow of steam;
design of steam nozzle.
Advantage of steam
condensation; component of steam condensing plant; types of condensers; air
leakage in condensers; Dalton’s law of partial pressure; vacuum efficiency;
calculation of cooling water requirement; air expansion pump.
UNIT IV
Introduction;
classification of steam turbine; impulse turbine; working principal;
compounding of impulse turbine; velocity diagram; calculation of power output
and efficiency; maximum efficiency of a single stage impulse turbine; design of
impulse turbine blade section; impulse reaction turbine; working principle;
degree of reaction; parsons turbine; velocity diagram; calculation of power
output; efficiency of blade height; condition of maximum efficiency; internal
losses in steam turbine; governing of steam turbine.
Text Books:
·
Thermal
Engineering – P L Ballaney, Khanna Publishers
·
Thermodynamics
and Heat Engines vol II – R Yadav, Central Publishing House
Reference
Books:
· Applied
Thermodynamics for Engineering Technologists – T D Eastop and A McConkey,
Pearson Education.
·
Heat
Engineering – V P Vasandani and D S Kumar, Metropolitan Book Co Pvt Ltd.
NOTE:
In the semester examination, the examiner will set 8
questions in all, at least two questions from each unit, and students will be
required to attempt only 5 questions, at least one from each unit.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 313 E
THERMAL ENGINEERING (PRACTICAL)
L
T P/D Total
Theory :
25 Marks


2
2
Sessional : 25 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
LIST
OF EXPERIMENTS
1.
To
make a trial on single cylinder 4stroke Diesel Engine to calculate B. H. P.,
S.F.C. and to draw its characteristics curves.
2.
To
make a trial on 4stroke highspeed diesel engine and to draw its Heat Balance
Sheet.
3.
To
make a trial on Wiley’s jeep Engine at constant speed to calculate B. H.
P., S. F. C. Thermal efficiency and to draw its characteristic Curves.
4.
To
make Morse Test to calculate IHP of the multi cylinder petrol engine and to
determine its mechanical efficiency.
5.
To
calculate the isothermal efficiency and volumetric efficiency of a 2 stage
reciprocating air compressor.
6.
To
find out the efficiency of an air Blower.
7.
To
make a trial on the Boiler to calculate equivalent evaporation and efficiency
of the Boiler.
8.
To
study the following models;
·
Gas
Turbine.
·
Wankle
Engine.
9. To
study
· Lubrication
and cooling systems employed in various I. C. Engines in the Lab
· Braking
system of automobile in the lab
10. To
study a Carburetor.
11. To
study
·
The
Fuel Injection System of a C. I. Engine.
·
Battery
Ignition system of a S. I. Engine
12. To
study Cooling Tower.
13. To
study multi Cylinder four strokes vertical Diesel Engine test RIG With
Hydraulic Dynamometer.
Note: Total Ten experiments must be performed. At least eight experiments should be
performed from the above list. Remaining two experiments may either be
performed from the above list or outside the list.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 315 E
FLUID MACHINES (PRACTICAL)
L
T P/D
Total
Theory : 25 Marks


2
2
Sessional
: 25 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
LIST
OF EXPERIMENT
1. To
study and perform lest on the Pelton wheel and to plot curves Q, P Vs N at
full, three fourth gate opening.
2. To study and perform test in the
Francis Turbine and to plot curves Q, P Vs N at full, three fourth gate
opening.
3. To
study and perform test on the Kaplan Turbine and to plot curves Q, P Vs N at
full, three fourth half opening.
4. To
study and perform test on Centrifugal Pump and to plot curves h, Power Vs Q
5. To
study and perform test on a Hydraulic Ram and to find its Rankine, efficiency (h).
6. To
study and perform test on a Reciprocating pump and to plot the P and hVs H.
7. To study and perform test on a Gear Pump and
to plot the curves Q.P Vs Pressure rise.
8. Study
and perform test on a Torque Convertor and to plot the curves h &
Np.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 317 E HEAT TRANSFER
(PRACTICAL)
L
T P/D
Total
Theory : 25 Marks


2
2
Sessional
: 25 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
LIST
OF EXPERIMENT
1. Determination
of thermal conductivity of a metal rod.
2. Determination
of thermal conductivity of an insulating powder.
3. Determination
of thermal conductivity of a liquid using Guard plate method.
4. Determination
of thermal resistance of a composite wall.
5. Temperature
distribution of a pin fin in freeconvection.
6. Temperature
distribution of a pin fin in forcedconvection.
7. Forced
convection heat transfer from a cylindrical surface.
8. Determination
of Electiveness of a Heat exchanger.
9. Determination
of StefanBoltzman constant.
10. Performance
of Solar still.
11. Determination
of critical heat flux.
12. Performance
of solar water heater.
13. Measurement
of solar radiation using solar integrator.
Note: Total Ten experiments must be performed. At least
eight experiments should be performed from the above list. Remaining two
experiments may either be performed from the above list or outside the list.
B.TECH. (FIFTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 319 E INDUSTRIAL
ENGINEERING (PRACTICAL)
L
T P/D
Total
Theory : 25 Marks


2
2
Sessional
: 25 marks
Duration of Exam : 03 hours
LIST
OF EXPERIMENT
1. To
study various Rating Factor systems and find standard time for making small
sand mould.
2. To
study various plat layouts and suggest improvements in existing Machines Shop
layout.
3. To
study and draw organizational structure of a nearby industry and suggest
changes.
4. To
draw X and R charts for a given sample of products to check their acceptance.
5. To
draw p chart for a given product lot and verify its acceptance.
6. Draw a
flow process chart with time estimates for a simple welding process.
7. Draw a
two handed process chart for a simple process of a job preparation on a lathe.
8. To
study various purchase procedures and draw organizational structure of college
purchase department.
9. A case
study on ABC/VED analysis.
10. A case
study on Quality Improvement Techniques (e.g. Hostel Mess/ Workshop / Canteen
etc).
11. A
market survey and analysis.
12. A
“preliminary project report” preparation for any smallscale unit.
Note:
Total Ten experiments must be performed. At least
eight experiments should be performed from the above list. Remaining two
experiments may either be performed from the above list or outside the list.
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