B.TECH (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 401
E AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
L T P/D Total.
Theory :
100 marks
4 1 5
Sessional : 50 marks
Duration of
Exams. : 03 hours
UNIT I
Brief history of automobiles, Main components of an automobile, brief description of each component.
Brief description of constructional details
and working of a four stroke I.C.
Engine (S.I. Engines and C.I. Engines) including lately developed overhead cam shaft, Multicylinder engines, Introduction to
recent developments in I.C. Engines
Direct injection systems, Multipoint fuel injection systems, Microprocessor based fuel supply systems, Multi valve
engines, Mechanical balancing, Firing Order, Power balancing, Power overlap, Power flow charts.
Introduction, Brief description of different components of
Transmission System.
Clutch
Introduction to Clutch and its
different types, Principle of Friction Clutch, Clutch Lining and friction
materials used in Friction Clutches, Torque transmitted, Brief
Description of cone clutch, Single plate & Multiplate clutches, Dry &
wet clutches, automatic clutch action, centrifugal clutches, electromagnetic
clutches, fluid flywheel.
UNIT II
Gear Box
Air resistance, gradient resistance and
rolling resistance coming across a moving automobile, Tractive
effort, Variation of tractive effort with speed, Performance
curves (object and need of a gear box), Sliding mesh gear box, Control
mechanism, Sliding type selector mechanism, Ball type selector mechanism, Steering column
gear shift control, Constant mesh gear box, Synchromesh device, Automatic transmission in general, AP automatic gear box, Torque converter, Torque converter with direct drive, Lubrication of Gear Box.
gear shift control, Constant mesh gear box, Synchromesh device, Automatic transmission in general, AP automatic gear box, Torque converter, Torque converter with direct drive, Lubrication of Gear Box.
Propeller Shaft:
Functions and requirements of a propeller shaft, Universal joints, Constructional forms of
universal joints, Flexiblering joints, Rubberbushed
flexible joints. Constant velocity joints.
Differential:
Principle of operation, Constructional details of a typical Differential unit, Traction control differentials,
Multiplate clutch type traction control device
The back axle:
Live back
axles, The final drive, Single reduction live axles Torque reaction, Driving thrust, Torque and thrust
member arrangements Springs serving
as torque and thrust member,Hotchkiss Drive with torque reaction member, Single combined torquethrust reaction member, with springs taking
only vertical and lateral loads
UNIT III
Running System
Wheels and rims, Tyreits function and constructional details.
Brakes:
Functions and methods of operation, Brake
efficiency. Elementary theory of shoe brake, brake shoe adjustments, A
modern rearwheel brake, Disc brakes,
Brake linkages, Leverage and adjustment
of the brake linkage, Servo and poweroperated brakes, Vacuum brake operation,' Hydraulic
Brakesconstructional details and working,
Bendix Hydrovac, Directaction vacuum servos, Poweroperated brakes, A
dual power air brake system,
Suspension system
Suspension principles, Road irregularities
and human susceptibility, Suspension system, Damping, Double tube
damper, Single tube damper, Lever arm type damper, SpringsLeaf
springs, Coil and torsion springs, variable rate springs, Composite
leaf springs, Rubber springs, Air springs, Adjustable and
selfadjusting suspensions, Interconnected suspension system, Interconnected air and liquid suspensions, Independent suspension system, Different
independent suspension layouts,
McPherson strut type, Rear suspensionlive axle, McPherson
strut rear suspension.
UNIT IV
Steering Mechanism
Steering geometry, Castor, Camber, Kingpin
inclination, Combined angle, Toein, Steering systembasic aims, Ackerman linkage,
Steering linkages for independent
suspension, Center point steering, Costarring or trailing action,
Cornering power, Selfrighting torque, Steering characteristicsover steer and under steer, Axle beam, Stubaxle construction,
Steering column, Reversible and irreversible steering, Rackandpinion steering mechanism, Effect of
toein on steering, Power steering, Vickers System.
Recent trends in automobile engineering
Multi fuel automobiles, Automobiles running on
alternate sources of energy, Emission control through catalytic
converter, Double catalytic converter, Aspects of pollution control in
Automobiles.
Reference and Text Books:
1. The
Motor Vehicle
 By Newton, Steeds and
Garretle Basic
2. Automobile Engineering
 By Kirpal Singh
3. Automobile Engineering *'
By K.M. Gupta, Umesh Publications
4. Automotive
Mechanics
 Grouse
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(SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 403 E MEASUREMENT & CONTROL
L T P/D Total Theory : 100 marks
4 _{1}_{ }5 Sessional : 50 marks
Duration of Exams. : 03 hours
UNIT I
Introduction:
Definition, application of measurement
instrumentation, functional elements’
of a generalized measuring system, measuring standards, types of measurement, types of input to measuring instruments and
instrument system, classification of measuring instruments, merits and demerits
of mechanical measuring systems, comparison of mechanical measuring system with electrical measuring
systems, calibration.
Introduction, types of error, types of uncertainties,
propagation of uncertainties in compound quantity, Static
performance parameters: accuracy, precision, resolution, static
sensitivity, linearity, hysteresis, dead
band, backlash, and drift, sources of error, selection of a measuring instruments, mechanical and
electrical loading.
UNIT II
Fundamentals of dynamic characteristics, generalized
mathematical model of measuring systems, types of input, dynamic performance
parameters: dynamic error, speed of
response etc, dynamic response of a first order mechanical systems
with different inputs e.g. step, ramp, sinusoidal and impulse input
Introduction, types of measuring data,
statistical attributes, various method
of presentation, estimation of presentation and uncertainties, confidence level, precision and statistical treatments of single
and multi sample type experimental
data, Chauvenet's criteria of rejecting a dubious data, curve fitting, best linear calibration and its
precision, significant figures and rounding off. Overall
uncertainty estimation of measuring
systems, common sense approach, and engineering applications.
UNIT III
Introduction, primary function, classification, electrostatic
transducers: principle theory, types,
advantages, and limitations, Fixed contact mechanoresistive transducers: classification, and uses, Metallic resistance strain gauge: types, construction theory
of operation, Adhesive: property,
selection criteria, mounting of strain gauges, Mathematical analysis of ballast and DC Wheatstone
bridge circuits
Characteristic and comparison of ballast and
DC Wheatstone bridge circuits, temperature effects and their compensation
Measurement of load, force, and thrust using resistant strain
gauges, Elastic load cells, proving
rings, fluid pressure measurement in pipe and containers, using strain gauges, Measuring of
torque in transmission shaft
under axial and bending loads in varying ambient conditions.
UNIT IV
Introduction, classification of control
systems, control system terminology, servomechanism, process control and regulators,
Manual and automatic control systems,
physical systems and mathematical models,
linear control systems, Laplace transform, transfer function, block diagram, signal flow graphs, system
stability, Time and frequency domain.
Introduction, functional operation, desirable characteristics of
hydraulic fluids, hydraulic control
systems: hydraulic pump, hydraulic control valve, Pneumatic control systems: pneumatic nozzle,
relay, advantages and limitation of such control systems.
Reference and Text Books:
1. Mechanical measurements & control
 By D.S. Kumar,
Metropolitan book
2. Instrumentation
and Mechanical measurements
 By A.K. Tayal, Galgotia
Publ.
3. Measurements
systems application and design
By Ernest Doebelin, McGrawHill
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 (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 405 E STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL & RELIABILITY
L T P/D Total Theory : 100 marks
4 1 5 Sessional
: 50 marks
Duration of Exams. : 03 hours
UNIT I
QualityBasic Concepts: Issues in Quality,
factors affecting quality, creating
quality by design, product development cycle, economics of quality, Various definitions, ISO definition
of quality and its meanings, and various phases till TQM and its meaning to
industries, customers and employees, contribution of quality gurus
etc. towards quality concepts. Total Quality Management: its scope,
application and implementation. Quality Circle: its
objectives, structure and techniques. Variability concept in
manufacturingcycle, fishbone diagrams, charts in time philosophy.
UNIT II
Basic statistical concepts, various types of
distributions, General theory X and R chart. Decision
preparatory to the control charts. Trial control limits. Selection of subgroups. Charts with variable subgroups,
Reject and Revoke, limits for average on X charts, modified control
limits, specification limits, practical
limitations. Control charts for fraction defectives, calculation and plotting of control limits, sensitivity of
p chart, applications. Control charts for Defects, difference
between defect and defective,
calculation and plotting of control limits, applications, pi charts and u
charts, plotting of charts. Tests of various control charts. Process capability
inherent and potential capability.
UNIT III
Purpose of Acceptance by Attributes, Single
sampling plans. O.C. curve, selection
of sampling plans, Acceptance number, Type A and Type B, O.C. curves, Double sampling plan and its analysis,
Multiple and sequential sampling, A.O.Q.L, Acceptance
sampling plans under risk. Design
of various sampling plans, DodgeRoming type system for acceptance sampling by attributes (use of
various tables). Determination of process average,
Acceptance sampling by variables.
UNIT IV
Control of reliability, factors affecting reliability, pattern of
failure, mean time to failure,
Fundamental of statistical concepts, consideration of reliability in series and parallel system, effect
of redundancy and reliability, method of reliability evaluation, reliability
optimization, availability and maintainability, means to improve reliability,
reliability control during manufacture.
Reference and Text Books:
1. Statistical Quality Control  By Grant and Leaven,
McGrawHill
2. Quality Control and Reliability  By Mahajan, Dhanpat Rai.
3. Quality Control By Hansen, Prentice Hall
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 (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 407 E MEASUREMENT & CONTROL (PRACTICAL)
P/D Total Practical : 25 marks
2 2 Sessional : 50 marks
Duration of
Exams. : 03 hours
List of Experiments
 Study of a strain gage based cantilever beam and
measurement of strain on the beam.
 Study of a LVDT and measurement of linear
displacement.
 Study of an inductive pick up and measurement of
linear displacement.
 Study of a LDR and measurement of linear
displacement.
 Study of capacitive pick up and measurement of
angular displacement.
 Study of temperature transducers and measurement of
temperature of fluid.
 Study of a LVDT (Strain Gage based) and measurement
of linear displacement.
 Study of a torque pick up and measurement of torque.
 Study of a pressure pick up and measurement of
pressure of fluid.
 Study of load cell and measurement of load with load
cell.
 Study of noncontact type speed pick up and
measurement of rotational speed.
 Comparison of sensitivity of thermocouple, thermister
and RTD.
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 (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 409 E PROJECT  1
P/D Total Viva
voce : 75 marks
7 7 Sessional : 100 marks
Duration of Exams. : 03 hours
The students expected to take up a project under the guidance of
teacher from the college. The project must be based on mechanical engineering
problems, which can be extended upto the full academic session. The students
any be asked to work individually or in a group not more than four students in
a group. Viva voce must be based on the preliminary report submitted by
students related to the project.
B.Tech (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 411 E SEMINAR
P/D Total
2 2 Sessional : 50 marks
Student will give a talk on some technical topics.
Note: The seminar will continue in eighth semester and will be
evaluated in eighth semester.
B.TECH (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 413 E PRACTICAL TRAINING REPORTS
P/D Total
  Sessional : 75 marks
Duration of Exams. : 03 hours
Student will submit summer training (about 8 weeks industrial
training) report for his/her assessment.
ELECTIVES I and II SEVENTH SEMESTERS
(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
ELECTIVE – I
(For Mechanical Engineering Students)
1. ME 419
E Advanced Manufacturing Technology
2. ME 420
E Finite Element Method
3. ME 423
E Applied Numerical Techniques and
Computer Programming
4. ME 425 E Gas Dynamics
5. ME
427 E Machine Tool Design
ELECTIVE  II
1. ME 435 E Renewable Energy Resources
2. ME 437 E Maintenance Engineering
3. ME 439
E Machine Tool Design
4. ME 441 E Computational Fluid Dynamics
5. ME 443 E Mechatronics Engineering
Elective  I
& II will be offered as departmental elective for Mechanical Engineering
Students.
B.TECH (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 419 E ADVANCED
MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
L T P/D Total Theory : 100 marks
4 I _ 5 Sessional
: 5O marks
Duration of Exams. : 03 hours
UNIT I
Hot machining, Machining of Plastics, Unit
heads, Plastics cooling, electro forming, Surface Cleaning and
Surface Treatments, Surface Coatings,
Paint Coating and Slushing, Adhesive Bonds, Adhesive Bond Joints, Adhesives,
Surface Coating for Tooling, Graphite Mould Coating, Vacuum Mould Process.
Introduction, Types of Composites materials,
Agglomerated Materials, Reinforced materials, Laminates, Surface Coated
Materials, Production of Composite Structures, Fabrication of
particulate composite Structures, Fabrication
of reinforced Composite, Fabrication of Laminates, Machining, Cutting and Joining of Composites.
UNIT II
Introduction, Polymers, Polymerization,
Addition of Polymers, Plastics, Types of plastics, Properties of Plastics,
Processing of Thermoplastic Plastics,
Injection Moulding, Extrusion Process, Sheet forming processes, Processing of
Thermosetting Plastics, Compression Moulding,
Transfer Moulding, Casting of Plastics, Machining of plastics, other processing
methods of plastics
Introduction, casting, thread chasing, Thread
Rolling, Die Threading and Tapping, Thread Milling, Thread Measurement and
Inspection
UNIT III
Theoretical basis of metal forming,
classification of metal forming processes,
cold forming, hot working, Warm working, Effect of variables on metal forming processes, Methods of
analysis of manufacturing processes, Open Die forging, Rolling Power
Rolling, Drawing, Extrusion.
UNIT IV
Introduction, Product Application, Limitation
of Die Casting, Die Casting Machines,
Molten metal Injection systems, I lot chamber machines, Cold chamber machines,
Die casting Design, Design of Die casting Dies, Types of Die casting Dies, Die design, Die material,
Die Manufacture, Die Lubrication and Coating, Preheating of Dies,
Vacuum Die Casting, Recent trends
In Die Casting Process.
Definition, Cost accounting or costing,
Elements of costing, cost structures, Estimation
of cost elements, Methods of estimating, Data requirements of cost estimating, Steps in making cost
estimate, Chief factors in cost estimating,
Numerical examples, calculation of machining times, Estimation of total unit
time.
Reference and Text Books:
1. Principles of Manufacturing
 By J.S.Campbell, Tata McGrawHill
2. Production Engineering Sciences
 By Pandey and Sinh
Standard Pub.
3. A text book of Production Technology
 By P.C. Sharma
S.Chand & Company.
4. Manufacturing Materials and Processes
 By Lindberg Prentice Hall
5. A
text book of Production Engineering
 By P.C. Sharma
S.Chand & Company.
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 (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 421 E FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
L T P/D Total Theory : 100 marks
4 1 5 Sessional : 50 marks
Duration of Exams. : 3 hrs
UNIT I
Basic Concept, Historical background,
Engineering applications, general description, Comparison with other methods.
Need for weightedintegral forms,
relevant" mathematical concepts and formulae, weak
formulation of boundary value problems, variation methods, RayleighRitz method, and weighted residual approach.
UNIT II
Model boundary value problem, finite element
discretization, element shapes, sizes and node locations, interpolation
functions, derivation of element equations, connectivity, boundary conditions,
FEM solution, postprocessing, compatibility and
completeness requirements, convergence
criteria, higher order and isoparametric elements, natural coordinates, Langrange and Hermite
polynomials.
UNIT III
External and internal equilibrium equations,
onedimensional stressstrain relations, plane stress and strain problems, axissymmetric
and three dimensional stressstrain
problems, strain displacement relations, boundary conditions, compatibility equations, computer programs.
UNIT IV
Variational approach, Galerkin approach,
onedimensional and twodimensional steadystate problems for
conduction, convection and radiation,
transient problems.
In viscid incompressible flow, potential
function and stream function formulation,
incompressible viscous flow, stream function, velocitypressure and stream functionvorticity
formulation, Solution of incompressible and compressible fluid film
lubrication problems.
Reference and Text Books:
1. The Finite Element Method
 By Zienkiewicz, Tata McGraw
2. The Finite Element Method for Engineers
By Huebner, John Wiley
3.
An Introduction to the Finite Element Method
By J.N.Reddy, McGraw Hill
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. (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
ME 423 E APPLIED NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
L T P/D Total Theory : 100 marks
4 1  5 Sessional : 50
marks
Duration of Exams. : 03 hours
Unit I
Interpolation and Curve Fitting : Lagrangian Polynomials, Divided
differences, Interpolating with a cubic spline, Bezier Curves and BSpline
Curves, Polynomial approximation of surfaces, Least Square approximations, Flow
Chart for Computer Programmes.
Unit II
Solving
NonLinear Equations: Bisection Method, Linear Interpolation Methods, Newton’s
Methods, Muller’s Methods, Fixedpoint Iteration Method, Flow Chart for
Computer Programmes.
Solving
Sets of Equations: The Elimination Method, Gauss and Gauss Jordan Methods,
Other Direct Methods, Iterative Methods, The Relaxation Methods, Flow Chart for
Computer Programmes.
Unit III
Numerical
Differentiation and Integration: Derivatives from difference tables. High Order
Derivative, Extrapolation Techniques. The Trapezoidal Rule, Simpson’s Rules.
Flow Chart for Computer Programmes.
Numerical
Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations: The TaylorSeries Method, Euler
and modified EulerMethods, RangeKutta Methods, Miline’s Method. The
adamsMoulton Method, Convergence Criteria, Errors and error Propagation. Flow
Chart for Computer Programmes.
Unit IV
BoundaryValue and Characteristic Value Problems: The Shooting
Method, RayleighRitz Method, Collocation Method, Galerkin Method, The Power
Method for Eigenvalues by Iteration. Flow Chart for Computer Programmes.
Numerical
Solution of Partial Differential Equations: (A) P.D.equation representation as
a difference equation, Iterative Methods for Laplace’s Equation. The Possion
Equation, Derivative Boundary Conditions. (B) The Crank Nicolson Method for
Parabolic Partial Differential Equations. Flow Chart for Computer Programmes.
Text Books:
1. Applied Numerical Analysis by Curtis f. Gerald and
Patrick O. Wheatley – Published by Addison
Wesley.
2. Introductory
Methods of Numerical Methods – S.S. Sastry, PHI, New Delhi.
Reference Books:
1. MATHEMATICA – A system for doing mathematics
by Computer by Wolfram, Stephen Published
by Addition – Wesley.
2. Applied Numerical Methods by Camahan, Brice,Et.al, Published by Wiley, New
York.
3. Numerical
Solution of partial differential equations by Smith, G.D. Published by Oxford
University Press London.
4. Iterative
Methods for the solution of Equations by J.F. Traub – Published by Prentice
Hall.
5. Numerical
Methods in Engineering and Science by B.S. Grewal Published by Khanna
Publishers.
6. Numerical Methods in Engineering by M.G. Salvadori
and M.L. Baron Published by Prentice Hall India.
Note :
1. The Instructor of the course may cover the use
of software MATHEMATICA, in the tutorial class.
2. In the semester examination, the examiner will set
eight questions, at least Two question from each unit. The students will be
required to attend only 5 questions.
B.TECH. (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
MET425 GAS DYANAMICS
L T P total Sessional
Marks : 50
4 1 5 Theory : 100
Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs.
Unit  I
Introduction, units, thermodynamics concepts
for control mass analysis flow dimensionality and average
velocity comment on entropypressure
energy equation. The stagnation concept, stagnation pressure, energy equation, momentum equation problems.
Introduction, Objectives, speed of
propagation of pressure front, Mach
Number, sonic velocity, field due to a moving source of disturbance, mach cone mach, angle equation
for a perfect gas in terms of mach. number. h. s.& t. s.
diagram problems.
UNIT II
Introduction, adiabatic flow with and
without losses, the reference concept, isentropic tables, conversant &
divergent nozzles, diffuser performance, frictional
effects on nozzle flow problems.
Introduction, shock analysisgeneral fluid,
working equations for perfect gas, normalshocks tables, shocks in nozzles,
supersonic wind tunnel operation, thermodynamic
directions of a normal shock, RankinsHugoniat
relation, strength of shock, operation of nozzles, problems.
UNIT III
Introduction, normal shocks tangential
velocity superposition oblique shocks, obliqueshocks, analysis,
obliqueshock tables and charge, boundary conditions of flow
direction, boundary condition of
pressure equilibrium, introduction to Prandtl Mayer expansion, problems.
Introduction, analysis for general fluid,
working equations for a perfect gas, reference state and fanno
tables, application, correlation with shocks, friction chocking,
Rayleigh flow. Analysis for a general fluid, working
equations for a perfect gas reference state and Rayleigh tables, applications, correlation with shocks, thermal
shocking, and summary problems
UNIT IV
Introduction, Brayton cycle, propulsion
engines. Thrust power and efficiency, thrust
consideration power consideration, power conskloiftlion and efficiency consideration, open
Brayton cycle for propulsion systems, turbojet, turbo
propulsion, ram jet, pulse jet, numerical.
Text Books:
1. Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics YAHA, S.M.
TMII, India.
2. Fluid MechanicsA.K. Mohanty, Prentice Hall
of India.
Reference Books:
1. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics YUAN, S.W.
Prentice Hall of India.
2. Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics  Robert D.
Zucker, Met tire Publication.
3. Gas Dynamics E., Radha Krishnan, prentice
Hall of India.
4.
Gas Dynamics Vol. I Zucrotuf, Wiley.
5. Gas Dynamics  Shapiro
Wiley.
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(SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 427 E MACHINE TOOL
DESIGN
L T P/D TOTAL Sessional :
50 Marks
4 1  5 Theory :
100 Marks
Duration of Exam. : 3 hrs.
UNIT I
Definition and classification, Corking and
auxiliary motion in m/c tools, parameters of working motion, machine tool
drive, selection of electric motor, hydraulic and mechanical
transmission and their elements, general requirement of m/c tool
design. Engineering design process for m/c tool, and
technoeconomical consideration for design of new m/c tool.
Aims, stepped and stepless speed regulation,
design of speed and feed gear box, m/c tool drives using multiple
speed motors, gear box kinematics design, gearing diagram, no. of
teeth, no. of teeth on gears in the gear train, classification speed and feed
boxes, numerical problems.
UNIT II
Function and requirements, design criteria,
criteria of selection of materials, static arid dynamic stiffness, profiles
for m/c tool structure, stiffness, design procedure for
m/c tool structure, numerical problems.
Function and types, profiles, material and
clearance in slide ways, analysis of design of slide ways for wear and
stiffness design of hydrostatic guide ways, aerostatic slide ways
and antifriction guide or sliding friction power screws for wear,
strength, friction bucking stability design of rolling friction,
power screw for stiffness, numerical problems.
UNIT III
Function
and requirements, material for spindle, effect of m/c tool compliance on
machining accuracy, design of spindles for bending, permissible deflection strength, optimum
spacing for spindle support, antifriction and different types of
sliding bearings and their general
characteristic, air lubricated bearing, numerical problems.
UNIT IV
Equivalent Elastic System (EES), general
procedure for accessing dynamic stability of EES cutting process
closed loop system dynamic characteristics of elements, systems,
EES and culling process, stability analysis, forced
vibration of machine tools.
Function requirements and classification,
control system for forming and
auxiliary motion, manual control systems, ergonomic considerations, automatic control systems and
adaptive control system.
Text Books:
1. Machine Tool Design & Numerical Control
by N.K. Mehta, Published by TMH.
2. Production Technology by R.K. Jain, Published
by Khanna Publishers.
References Books:
1. Design of M/c Tool by S.K. Basu, Allied
Publisher, New Delhi.
2. Principles of M/c Tool by Ballacharya A. and
Sen. G.C., Published by New Central Book Agency, Calcutta.
3. Machine Tool Design VolIV by Acherkean
N., Published by Mir Publication.
4. Design principles of Metal Cutting Machine
Tools by Koenigsberyer F.,
Published
by Pergrnan Press, Oxford.
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 (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 435
E RENEWABLE
ENERGY RESOURCES
L T P Total Sessional : 50 marks
4 1 5 Theory : 100 marks
Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
UNITI
Introduction and Essential of Fluid Mechanics
and Meat Transfer Fundamentals and scientific principles of
renewable energy resources, technical and social implications,
Bernoulli's, equation, conservation of momentum, viscosity, turbulence,
friction and pipe flow, heat circuit analysis and terminology,
conductive, convective and radiative heat transfers, properties of
transparent materials, heat transfer by mass transport, multimode
heat transfer and circuit analysis, problems.
UNITII
Extraterrestrial solar radiation, components
of radiation, geometry of earth and sun, geometry of collector arid
the solar beam, effects of earth's atmosphere, measurements of solar
radiation, calculation of heat balance for a solar collector, type of
water heaters, selective surfaces, crop heaters, space heating, space
cooling, water desalination, solar ponds, solar
concentrators, electric power system,
problems.
Introduction, the silicon pn junction, photon absorption solar radiation input, photovoltaic circuit
properties and loads, limits to cell
efficiency, solar cell construction type and
adaptations of photovoltaic, other types of photoelectric
and thermo electric generation, problems.
UNIT III
Principles of hydro power, assessing the
resource for small installations, an impulse turbine, reaction
turbines, hydro electric systems, the hydraulic rain pump, wind turbine
types and terms, linear momentum and basic theory, dynamic
matching, steam tube theory, characteristics of the wind, power
extraction by a turbine, electricity generation, mechanical power,
problems.
Introduction, tropic level photosynthesis,
photosynthesis at the plant level, thermodynamic considerations, photosynthesis, molecularlevel photosynthesis, synthetic
photosynthesis, bio fuel classification, biomass production for
energy farming, direct combustion for heat, pyrolysis (destructive
distillation), alcoholic fermentation, anaerobic digestion for biogas,
agrochemical fuel extractions, problems.
UNIT IV
Introduction, wave motion, wave energy and power,
wave patterns, devices, the causes of tides, enhancement of tides flow power,
tidal range power, world range power sites, problems.
Principles of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
(OTEC), heal exchangers, pumping requirements, other
practical considerations, introduction to geothermal energy,
geophysics, dry rock and hot aquifer
analysis, harnessing geothermal resources, problems.
Text Books:
1.
Renewable Energy Rsources by John W. Twidell and Anthony D. Weir, published by E. & F. N. Spon Ltd.Lndon.
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. (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 437 E
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING
LT P Sessional : 50 marks
4 15 Theory : 100 marks
Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
UNIT I
Evolution of maintenance, objective of
maintenance, maintenance policies and philosophies, maintenance concept,
maintenance management & terotechnology, relationship
with other functional areas, importance of maintenance, elements of
good maintenance, economics of maintenance, training and safety
aspects in maintenance.
Classification of maintenance programs,
corrective preventive and predictive maintenance, comparison of
maintenance programs, preventive maintenanceconcept, functions,
benefits, limitations.
UNIT
II
Objectives, what to monitor, when to monitor,
principles of CBM, condition based maintenance techniques, manual
inspections, performance monitoring, vibration monitoring,
current monitoring, coil debris/spectroscopy, thermography and
corrosion monitoring, steps in implementation of CBM, benefits of
CBM.
RCM logic,
maintenance and RCM,
benefits of RCM, total productive maintenance (TPM), introduction,
key supporting elements of TPM, methodology, evaluation and
benefits.
UNIT III
Purpose and challenges: Techniques, visual
aids – boroscopes, endoscopes, fiber optics scanners, magnetic particles
inspection, liquid penetrant, eddy current, ultrasonic radiography, selection
of NDT technique, merits/demerits and applications of various techniques
Basic ingredients, basic steps in maintenance
management, maintenance planning and control system,
documentation, maintenanceproductivity areas for
improvement
UNIT IV
Techniques for improvement of operational
reliability, safety and availability of machines and production
systems, maintainability criteria, checklist to assess the
maintainability of a system, maintainability
programs, objectives, key issues in availability improvements program, fault diagnosis, Pareto principle
Ishikawa diagram.
Data processing systems for integrated
maintenance, maintenance information and reporting systems.
Text Books:
1. Maintenance Planning and Control by Higgin
L.R., McGiaw Hill Book 1900.
2. Maintenance Planning and Control by Kelly
Anthony, East West Press
Private Ltd, New Delhi, 1991.
3. Maintainability principle and practices by
Blanchard B.S. and Lowey E.E.
McGrawHill Book co.
4. Practical
NOT by Raj B. Jaya Kumar T and Thavasimulyi K., Narora Publishing
House, New Delhi, 1996.
5. Engineering Maintenance Management by
Niebel Benjamin W. Marcel Dekher,
1994.
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.
B  TECH. (SEVENTH SEMESTER)
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 439
E CRYOGENIC
ENGINEERING
L T P/D Total Theory : 100 marks
4 1  5 Sessional : 50 marks
Duration of Exams. : 03 hours
UNIT I
Definition of cryogenics, physical properties
of various cryogenic fluids and industrial application
UNIT II
Types of insulations, vacuum insulation: gas
filled powders and fibrous materials, solid forms, comparison of various
insulating materials.
UNIT III
Mechanical properties; Specific heat; Thermal
expansion; Electrical resistance; Thermal conductivity; Emissivity;
Reflectivity and Absorptive; Thermoelectric e. m. f.
UNIT IV
Types of insulated storage containers,
transport techniques, various design
considerations, safety aspects of cryogenic systems, flammability hazards, highpressure gas hazards etc.,
design and fabrication of transfer line, transfer through noninsulated
lines, liquid line indicators, valves
for cryogenic "liquids, pumping of cryogenic liquids, other allied
equipment.
Reference and Text Books:
1. Cryogenic Systems  by IJaiion
2. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning By Spark and Dilio
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. (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 441
E COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
L T P/D Total Theory : 100 marks
4 1  5 Sessional : 50 marks
Duration of Exams. : 3 hrs
UNIT I
Methods of prediction: comparison of
experimental investigation Vs theoretical
calculation; Mathematical description of physical phenomena; significance of governing differential
equations; the general form of governing
differential equation.
Classification of problems: Physical
classification: Equilibrium problems and
Marching problems; Mathematical classification: Elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic partial differential
equations; Nature of coordinates; one way and twoway coordinates; Proper choice of coordinates.
UNIT II
The concept of discretisation; Finite
differences; Taylor series formulation;
Finite difference discretisation of ordinary and partial derivatives;
Truncation error, roundoff error, discretisation error; Consistency and stability of numerical
schemes; Variation formulation; Method of weighted Residuals, control volume
formulation.
UNIT III
Steady one dimensional Conduction, The
interface conductivity, Non linearity,
SourceTerm Linearization, Types of Boundary Conditions. Unsteady onedimensional Conduction: Explicit, CrankNicolson and
Fully Implicit scheme's Discretization of two and threedimensional problems, Stability analysis.
UNIT IV
Steady one dimensional convection and
diffusion, the up wind scheme, Generalized
Formulation, Discretization equation for two and three dimensional problems, The outflow Boundary
condition, false Diffusion.
Basic difficulty, Vorticity Based methods,
Representation of the continuity equation, the staggered grid: the
momentum equations, the pressure velocity corrections, and SIMPLE algorithm.
Reference and Text Books:
1. Computational Fluid Dynamics
 By Anderson, McGrawHill
2. Numerical Heat Transfer and fluid flow

By Patankar, McGrawHill
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.
(SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME
443E MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
L T P Total Sessional : 50
marks
415 Theory : 100
marks
Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
UNIT I
What is Mechatronics? A measurement system
with its constituent elements, open and closed loop systems,
sequential controllers, micro processor based controllers, the Mechatronic
approach.
A review of displacement, position velocity,
motion, force fluid pressure, liquid flow, liquid level,
temperature, light sensors/along with
performance terminology, selection of sensors, input data by switches, signal
conditioning, brief review of operational amplifier, projection, filtering, wheat stone bridge,
digital signals, multiplexers, data
acquisition, digital signal processing, pulse modulation, data presentation systems, displays, data
presentation elements, magnetic recording, data acquisition systems,
testing £ calibration, problems.
UNIT II
Pneumatic and hydraulic systems, directional
control valves, valve symbols, pressure control valves, cylinder
sequencing, process control valves, rotary actuators, mechanical
systems types of motion, kinematic chains, cams, gear trains,
Ratchet & Pawl, belt and chain drives, bearings, mechanical aspects
of motor selection, electrical systems, mechanical and solid
state switches, solenoids, D.C. & A.C moto4rs, stepper motors, problems.
UNITIII
Continuous and discrete process lag, steady
state error, control modes, two step mode, proportional modeelectronic
proportional controllers, derivative control proportional
plus derivative control, integral controlproportional plus integral control,
PID controlleroperational amplifier PID circuits, digital
controllers implementing control modes, control system performance,
controller tuning, process, reaction method and ultimate cycle
method, velocity control, adaptive control, problems.
Scale, a pick and place robot, automatic
camera, engine management system and bar code recorder.
UNIT IV
A review of number systems and logic gates, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, sequential logic basic structure
of programmable logic
controllers, input/output processing, programming mnemonics; timest, internal
relays and counters, master and jump controls, data handling,
analog input/output, selection of a PLC, PROBLEMS.
Control, microcomputer structure,
microcontrollers, applications, programming
languages, instruction sets, assembly language programs, subroutines, Why C Language? A
review of program structure, branches, loops, arrays, pointers,
examples of programs, interfacing, input/output, interface
requirements. Peripheral interface adapters, serial communication
interface, examples of interfacing, problems.
Text Book:
1. Mechatronics
by W. Bolton, published by Addition Wesley.
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. (SEVENTH SEMESTER) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
ME 407 E MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL (PRACTICAL)
P/D Total Practical : 25 marks
2 2 Sessional : 50 marks
Duration of
Exams. : 03 hours
List of Experiments
 Study of a strain gage based cantilever beam and
measurement of strain on the beam.
 Study of a LVDT and measurement of linear
displacement.
 Study of an inductive pick up and measurement of
linear displacement.
 Study of a LDR and measurement of linear
displacement.
 Study of capacitive pick up and measurement of
angular displacement.
 Study of temperature transducers and measurement of
temperature of fluid.
 Study of a LVDT (Strain Gage based) and measurement
of linear displacement.
 Study of a torque pick up and measurement of torque.
 Study of a pressure pick up and measurement of
pressure of fluid.
 Study of load cell and measurement of load with load
cell.
 Study of noncontact type speed pick up and
measurement of rotational speed.
 Comparison of sensitivity of thermocouple,
thermister and RTD.
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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