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$athematics-Physics--ntroduction to (iotechnology ./ !ommunication skills in &nglish &lements of $echanical &ngineering * &lements of !i0il &ngg#* &lements of &lectronics &ngg# 1 ./ &ngg# 2ra3hics and 4ra5ing $anufacturing Processes ./ !hemistry 6undamentals of !om3uter 7 Programming in c ./ &lectrical Technology &n0ironmental Studies11 Physics La8#-9orksho3 Practice .r !hemistry La8# !om3uter Programming La8# ./ &lectrical Technology La8# &lements of $echanical &ngineering * &lements of !i0il &ngg#* &lements of &lectronics &ngg# 1 Total

Allotment of marks P
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5 4 4 4 4

Sessional 50 50 50 50 25

Theory
100 100 100 100 5

Total
150 150 150 150 100

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3 3 3 3 3

4 3 3 3 3

4 3 3 3 4 -----24*20

--1 2 2 -----;*;

3 -2 3 2 2 2 2 +*+

3 4 4 5 5 4 2 3 2 2 2 2 35*35

50 50 50 50 50 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 3 5*3 5

-100 100 100 100 5 ------5 5*500

100 -----25 25 25 25 25 25 100*1 5

150 150 150 150 150 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 1050*1050

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Students 5ill study either 2rou3 A <(T-101&= $&-101&* !&-101&* &L-101&= $&-103&= !S&-101&# $&10 &= !S&-103&= $&-10+&* &L-10+&* !&-10+&> ./ 2rou3 ( <%)$-101&= $&-105&= !%-101&= &&-101&= &S-101&= !%-103&= &&-103&> S&$&ST&/--*S&$&ST&/--- 8ranches to 8e decided 8y the concerned institution# Students are allo5ed to use single memory= non-3rogramma8le scientific calculator during e:amination# Practical &:amination 5ill consist of 10 marks for 0i0a-0oce and 15 marks for &:3eriment# 1-nstitutes 5ill offer one of these electi0es 11Su8?ect is @ualifying# -t shall carry 25 sessional marks for field 5ork <to 8e conducted 8y the institute> re3ort#

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KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY KURUKSHETRA SCHEME OF STUDIES & EXAMINATIONS YEAR (SEMESTER -II) COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES (2
Teaching Schedule L T
1 1 1 1 1

%-2
Theory
100 100 100 100 5

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Practical ------

Allotment of marks P
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Total
5 4 4 4 4

Sessional 50 50 50 50 25

Total
150 150 150 150 100

4uration of &:ams#
3 3 3 3 3

$athematics--Physics---ntroduction to (iotechnology ./ !ommunication skills in &nglish &lements of $echanical &ngineering * &lements of !i0il &ngg#* &lements of &lectronics &ngg# 1 ./ &ngg# 2ra3hics and 4ra5ing $anufacturing Processes ./ !hemistry 6undamentals of !om3uter 7 Programming in ! ./ &lectrical Technology &n0ironmental Studies11 Physics La8#--9orksho3 Practice .r !hemistry La8# !om3uter Programming La8# ./ &lectrical Technology La8# &lements of $echanical &ngineering * &lements of !i0il &ngg#* &lements of &lectronics &ngg# 1 Total

4 3 3 3 3

## 4 3 3 3 4 -----

--1 2 2 -----

3 -2 3 2 2 2

3 4 4 5 5 4 2 3 2 2 2

50 50 50 50 50 25 25 25 25 25 25

-100 100 100 100 5 ------

5 -----25 25 25 25 25

125 150 150 150 150 100 50 50 50 50 50

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

-20*1;

-;*;

2 +*+

2 35*35

25 3 5*3 5

-5 5*500

25 100*150

50 1050*1025

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Students 5ill study either 2rou3 A <(T-101&= $&-101&* !&-101&* &L-101&= $&-103&= !S&-101&# $&10 &= !S&-103&= $&-10+&* &L10+&* !&-10+&> ./ 2rou3 ( <%)$-101&= $&-105&= !%-101&= &&-101&= &S-101&= !%-103&= &&-103&> S&$&ST&/--*S&$&ST&/--8ranches to 8e decided 8y the concerned institution# Students are allo5ed to use single memory= non 3rogramma8le scientific calculator during e:amination#
3# Practical &:amination 5ill consist of 10 marks for 0i0a-0oce and 15 marks for &:3eriment# 1-nstitutes 5ill offer one of these electi0es

11Su8?ect is @ualifying# -t shall carry 25 sessional marks for field 5ork <to 8e conducted 8y the institute> re3ort#

MATH-1 1E MATHEMATICS-I (COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES) L T ! 1 P Theory: 100 Marks Se##&'()*+ " M),-# T'$)*+ 1" M),-# D.,&(/ '0 e1)2 + % H,#.

UNIT-I A33*&c)$&'(# '0 D&00e,e($&)$&'( + TaylorAs 7 $aclaurinAs series= &:3ansion 8y use of kno5n series= &:3ansion 8y forming a differential e@uation= Asym3totes= !ur0ature= /adius of !ur0ature for !artesian= Parametric 7 3olar cur0es= !entre of cur0ature 7 chord of cur0ature= Tracing of !artesian 7 3olar cur0es <standard cur0es># UNIT - II 4),$&)* D&00e,e($&)$&'( & &$# A33*&c)$&'(# + 6unctions of t5o or more 0aria8les Partial deri0ati0es= Total differential and differentia8ility= 4eri0ati0es of com3osite and im3licit functions= change of 0aria8les# %omogeneous functions= &ulerAs theorem= Baco8ian= TaylorAs 7 $aclaurinAs series for functions of t5o 0aria8les <5ithout 3roof>= &rrors and a33ro:imations= $a:ima-minima of functions of t5o 0aria8les= LagrangeAs method of undetermined multi3liers= 4ifferentiation under the integral sign# UNIT - III M.*$&3*e I($e/,)*# )(5 $he&, A33*&c)$&'(# + 4ou8le integral= change of order of integration 4ou8le integral in 3olar coordinates= A33lications of dou8le integral to find area enclosed 8y 3lane cur0es and 0olume of solids of re0olution# Tri3le integral= 0olume of solids= change of 0aria8les= (eta and gamma functions and relationshi3 8et5een them# UNIT - IV Vec$', C)*c.*.# + 4ifferentiation of 0ectors= scalar and 0ector 3oint functions 2radient of a scalar field and directional deri0ati0e= di0ergence and curl of a 0ector field and their 3hysical inter3retations= 4el a33lied t5ice to 3oint functions= 4el a33lied to 3roduct of 3oint functions# -ntegration of 0ectors= line integral= surface integral= 0olume integral= 2reenAs= StokeAs and 2auss di0ergence theorems <5ithout 3roof>= and their sim3le a33lications# TEXT BOOKS+ 1# Ad0anced &ngineering $athematics , 6# CreysDig# 2# %igher &ngineering $athematics , (#S# 2re5al# REFERENCE BOOKS+ 1# &ngineering $athematics Part-- , S#S# Sastry# 2# 4ifferential and -ntegral !alculus , Piskuno0# 3# Ad0anced &ngineering $athematics , /#C# Bain and S#/#C# -yengar 4# Ad0anced &ngg# $athematics , $ichael 4# 2reen8erg

N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks#

HY-1 1E

4HYSICS-I (COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES) L T % 1 P Theory: 100 marks Se##&'()*+ " 2),-# T'$)*+ 1" 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#. UNIT-I 4HYSICAL O4TICS -nterference, 4i0ision of 5a0e front-6resnelAs 8i3rism= 4i0ision of am3litude-"e5tonAs rings= $ichelson interferometer= a33lications# 4iffraction, 4ifference 8et5een 6raunhofer and 6resnel diffraction# 6raunhofer diffraction through a slit# Plane transmission diffraction grating= its dis3ersi0e and resol0ing 3o5ers# PolariDation, Polarised and un3olariDed light= dou8le refractionE "icol 3rism= @uarter and half 5a0e 3lates= PolarimetryE (i@uartD and LaurentAs half-shade 3olarimeters= Sim3le conce3ts of 3hotoelasticity# UNIT-II LASER+ S3ontaneous and stimulated emissions= Laser action= characteristics of laser 8eam-conce3ts of coherence= %e-"e and semiconductor lasers <sim3le ideas>= a33lications# FIBRE O4TICS+ Pro3agation of light in fi8res= numerical a3erture= single mode and multi mode fi8res= a33lications# UNIT-III EM The',6 + &#$# 5a0e theory-re0ie5 of 8asic ideas= 2aussAs La5= Am3ereAs La5 and its a33lications to infinite line charge 7 -nfinite 3lane =e$a:5ellAs e@uations= sim3le 3lane 5a0e e@uations= sim3le conce3ts of 5a0e guides and co-a:ial ca8les= Poynting 0ector# DIELECTRICS+ $olecular theory= 3olariDation= dis3lacement= susce3ti8ility= dielectric coefficient= 3ermiti0ity 7 0arious relations 8et5een these= 2aussAs la5 in the 3resence of a dielectric= &nergy stored in an electric field# (eha0ior of dielectrics in a#c# field-sim3le conce3ts= dielectric losses# UNIT-IV S4ECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY+ $ichelson-$oreley e:3eriment= LorentD transformations= 0ariation of mass 5ith 0elocity= mass energy e@ui0alence# NUCLEAR 4HYSICS+ "eutron !ross-section= "uclear fission= $oderators= "uclear reactors= /eactor criticality= "uclear fusion# -nteraction of radiation 5ith matter-8asic conce3ts= radiation detectors-ionisation cham8er= 2#$# !ounter= Scintillation and solid state detectors= cloud cham8er and 8u88le cham8er# TEXT BOOKS+ 1# Physics of the Atom - 9ehr= /ichards 7 Adair <"arosa> 2# Pers3ecti0es of $odern Physics - Arthur (eiser <T$%> 3# $odern &ngineering Physics - A#S# Fasude0a <S# !hand>

REFERENCE BOOKS+ 1# &lectricity and $agnetism - 6#9# Sears <"arosa> 2# Physics Fol-- 7 -- - /esnick 7 %alliday <9iley &astern> 3# A Te:t (ook of .3tics - (ri? Lal 7 Su8ramanyam I#$ YEAR B.TECH INTRODUCTION TO BIOTECHNOLO7Y (BT-1 1 E) L % T 1 P/D Theory: 100 marks Se##&'()* + " 2),-# T'$)*+ 1" 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#.

UNIT - I I($,'5.c$&'( $' *&0e+ !haracteristics of li0ing organisms# %ierarchy of organisation and factors res3onsi8le for regulating different le0els of organisations# Structure of Prokaryotic and Cukaryotic cell# (asic conce3t of State and %omeostasis# I($,'5.c$&'( $' B&'2'*ec.*e#+ 4efinition= general classification and im3ortant functions of car8ohydrates= li3ids= 3roteins= nucleic acids and 0itamins# E(862e# )# 9&'c)$)*6#$#+ 2eneral characteristics= nomenclature and classification of &nDymes# &ffect of tem3erature= 3%= enDyme and su8strate concentrations on the acti0ity of enDymes# &lementary conce3t of cofactors and coenDymes# UNIT - II B&'5&:e,#&$6 + <i> 4*)($ S6#$e2 + (asic conce3ts of 3lant gro5th= nutrition= 3hotosynthesis and nitrogen fi:ation# Ty3es of 2ro5th regulators and their 3hysiological effects# <ii> A(&2)* S6#$e2 + &lementary Study of 4igesti0e= /es3iratory= !irculatory= &:cretory systems and their functions# <iii> M&c,'9&)* S6#$e2 + %istory of $icro8iology= ty3es of micro8es and 3ro3erties# &conomic im3ortance and control of micro8es# UNIT - III E:'*.$&'(+ Theories of e0olution# $endelAs la5s of inheritance# Fariation and s3eciation# 7e(e$&c+ !ell di0ision - $itosis and $eiosis# &0idence of nucleic acids as a genetic material# !entral 4ogma# 7e(e$&c E(/&(ee,&(/ + &lementary kno5ledge of /ecom8inant 4"A Technology= (ioinformatics and 2enomics# UNIT - IV I($,'5.c$&'( $' B&'$ech('*'/6 + 4efinition= sco3e and achie0ements# Tools used in 8iotechnology# A33*&c)$&'(# '0 B&'$ech('*'/6 &( A/,&c.*$.,e; Me5&c&(e )(5 E(:&,'(2e($ - an elementary kno5ledge# 4,'#3ec$# )(5 3.9*&c 3e,ce3$&'( '0 B&'$ech('*'/6. Te1$< Re0e,e(ce B''-#+ 1# !ell (iology and 2enetics# +th edition# Starr= !# and TaggardE /# <2001> Thomson Learning )SA# th 2# Life Science of (iology ; edition Pur0es 9#C#E Sada0a= 4#E .rians= 2#%# and %eller= %#!# <2001># 9#%# 6reeman 7 com3any= )SA#

3# (asic (iotechnology# /atledge= !# and Cristiansen= (# <2001> !am8ridge )ni0ersity Press# 4# (asic (iotechnology# -gnacimuthu= S#B# <2002> Tata $c2ra5-%ill Pu8#= "e5 4elhi 5# 2enes F-- Le5is (en?amin <2002># .:ford )ni0# Press .:ford# rd &dition# Smith= B#&# <2003> !am8ridge )ni0ersity Press# ;# (iotechnology 3 HUM-1 1-E COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN EN7LISH B.E. Se2e#$e,-I L T % 1 P Theory: 100 marks

Se##&'()*+ " 2),-# T'$)*+ 1" 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#. This course is designed for the students of &ngineering and Technology 5ho need &nglish for s3ecific 3ur3oses in s3ecific situations# -t aims at im3arting the communication skills that are needed in their academic and 3rofessional 3ursuits# This is achie0ed through an amalgamation of traditional lecture-oriented a33roach of teaching 5ith the task 8ased skill oriented methodology of learning# U(&$-I C'22.(&c)$&:e 7,)22),, 4),$ A , S3otting the errors 3ertaining to nouns= 3ronouns= ad?ecti0e and ad0er8sE !oncord - grammatical concord= notional concord and the 3rinci3le of 3ro:imity 8et5een su8?ect and 0er8# 4),$ B , !hanging the 0oice , from Acti0e to Passi0e and Passi0e to Acti0e# U(&$-II Le1&#+ -dioms and 3hrasesE 9ords often confusedE .ne-9ord Su8stitutesE 6ormation of 5ords <suffi:es= 3refi:es and deri0ati0es>E U(&$-III O,)* C'22.(&c)$&'(, Part-A, -ntroduction to 3rinci3al com3onents of s3oken &nglish - Transcri3tion= 9ord-accent= -ntonation= 9eak forms in &nglish Part-(, 4e0elo3ing listening and s3eaking skills through 0arious acti0ities= such as <a> role 3lay acti0ities= <8> Practising short dialogues <c> 2rou3 discussion <d> 4e8ates <e> S3eeches <f> Listening to ne5s 8ulletins <g> Fie5ing and re0ie5ing T#F# 3rogrammes etc# U(&$-IV =,&$$e( C'22.(&c)$&'(+ 4e0elo3ing reading and 5riting skills through such tasks*acti0ities as de0elo3ing outlines= key e:3ressions= situations= slogan 5riting and theme 8uilding e:ercises= dialogue 5riting= inter3reting 3ictures*cartoons# U(&$-V <6or -nternal &0aluation .nly>, B''- Re:&e> - %erein the students 5ill 8e re@uired to read and su8mit a re0ie5 of a 8ook <Literary or non-literary> of their o5n choice# This 5ill 8e follo5ed 8y a 3resentation of the same in the class U(&$-VI Tech(&c)* =,&$&(/+

<a> (usiness Letters= 6ormat of (usiness letters and (usiness letter 5riting <8> &-mail 5riting <c> /e3orts= Ty3es of /e3orts and 6ormat of 6ormal /e3orts <d> Press /e3ort 9riting SU77ESTED READIN7+ Language in Use (Upper intermediate Level, Adrian 4off !hristo3her Bones= !am8ridge )ni0ersity Press Common Errors in English, A8ul %ashem= /amesh Pu8lishing %ouse= ne5 4elhi# Objective English= Tata $c# 2ra5 %ill Pu8lishing !om3any Ltd#= "e5 4elhi# Spoken English for India, /#C# (ansal 7 B#(# %arrison= .rient Longman= 4elhi# he sounds of English, Feena Cumar= $akaa0 &ducational Soft5are= "e5 4elhi# English !honetics " !honolog#= P# /oach= !am8ridge )ni0ersity Press= London# English for Engineers and echnologists$ % Skill %pproach= Fol# 2= .rient Longman= 4elhi# &usiness Communication, $#S# /amesh and !#!# Pattanshetti= /#!hand and !om3any= 4elhi 'roup (iscussion, Sudha Pu8lications*/amesh Pu8lishing %ouse= "e5 4elhi# &nglish 2rammar 7 !om3osition# (y /a?inder Pal 7 Prem Lata Suri= Sultan !hand Pu8# "e5 4elhi# SCHEME OF EXAMINATION+ All @uestions 5ill 8e com3ulsory and 5ill co0er all the as3ects of the sylla8us e1ce3$ .(&$ V# There 5ill 8e sufficient internal choice# U(&$-I+ 2 M),-# Guestions "o# 1 5ill re@uire the students to carefully read the sentences gi0en and trace the errors= if any= and then su33ly the correct alternati0es*ans5ers# U(&$-II+ 2 M),-# Guestion "o# 2 may ha0e four or fi0e 3arts testing kno5ledge of different items of 0oca8ulary# U(&$-III+ 2 M),-# Guestion "o# 3 5ill ha0e four 3arts of 5 marks each from 3art A of the unit# N'$e+ S3e)-&(/ )(5 *&#$e(&(/ #-&**# '0 3),$ B >&** 3,&2),&*6 9e $e#$e5 ',)**6 $h,'./h &($e,()* )##e##2e($. U(&$-IV+ 2 M),-# Guestion "o# 4 may ha0e many 3arts# The @uestions 5ill 8e framed to test studentsA com3osition skills on the elements 3rescri8ed in the unit# 6or e:am3le= the students may 8e re@uired to de0elo3 a hy3othetical situation in a dialogue form= or to de0elo3 an outline= key e:3ression etc# U(&$-V &# 0', &($e,()* )##e##2e($ '(*6. U(&$-VI+ 2 M),-# Guestion "o# 5 may ha0e t5o 3arts# 9hile the one 3art may re@uire the students to frame either a 3ress*ne5s re3ort for the 3rint media or 5rite the gi0en 8usiness letter= or e-mail a message= the second 3art 5ill ha0e a theory @uestion on the format of formal re3ort and 8usiness letter#

ME-1 1E ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL EN7INEERIN7 L T % 1 P Theory: 75 marks Se##&'()*+ 2" 2),-# T'$)*+ 1 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#. U(&$-I 4,'3e,$&e# '0 S$e)2 & B'&*e,#+ 6ormation of steam at constant 3ressure= Thermodynamics 3ro3erties of steam= !ondition of steam= Steam ta8les= $easurement of dryness fraction 8y throttling calorimeter= !lassification of 8oilers= !om3arison of 5ater and fire tu8e 8oilers mounting and accessories 5ith their functions= !onstructional and o3erational details of !ochran and (a8cock and 9ilco: 8oilers= Pro8lems# S$e)2 T.,9&(e# )(5 C'(5e(#e,#+ !lassification of tur8ines= 9orking 3rinci3le of im3ulse and reaction tur8ine= !om3ounding of im3ulse tur8ine= !om3arison of im3ulse and reaction tur8ines= Ty3es of condensers= !ooling 3onds and cooling to5ers= !ondenser and 0acuum efficiencies#

U(&$-II I.C. E(/&(e# )(5 7)# T.,9&(e#+ -ntroduction= !lassification= !onstructional details and 5orking of t5o-stroke and four-stroke diesel and 3etrol engines= .tto= 4iesel and 4ual cycles= 9orking 3rinci3le of gas tur8ine= !onstant 3ressure gas tur8ine cycle# =)$e, T.,9&(e#; 4.23# )(5 H65,).*&c De:&ce#+ -ntroduction= !lassification= !onstruction details and 5orking of Pelton= 6rancis and Ca3lan tur8ines= S3ecific s3eed and selection of tur8ines= !lassification of 5ater 3um3s and their 5orking= %ydraulic ?ack and lift#

U(&$-III S&23*e L&0$&(/ M)ch&(e#+ 4efinition of machine= Felocity ratio= $echanical ad0antage= &fficiency= La5s of machines= /e0ersi8ility of machine= 9heel and a:le= 4ifferential 3ulley 8lock= Single= dou8le and tri3le start 5orm and 5orm 5heel= Single and dou8le 3urchase 5inch cra8s= Sim3le and com3ound scre5 ?acks# Pro8lems#

4'>e, T,)(#2&##&'( Me$h'5# )(5 De:&ce#+ -ntroduction to Po5er transmission= (elt dri0e= /o3e dri0e= !hain dri0e= Pulley= 2ear dri0e= Ty3es of gears= 2ear train= !lutches= Ty3es and function of clutches= Ty3es and function of 8rakes= Po5er measurement 8y dynamometer= Ty3es of dynamometers#

Unit-IV Introduction, Concept & types of Stresses and Stresses and Strains: strains, Poison's ratio, stresses and strains in simple and compound bars under axial loading, Stress-strain diagrams, Hooks law, lastic constants & t!eir relations!ips, Principle stresses & strains and principal- planes, "o!r's circle of stresses# $umerical problems# Be(5&(/ M'2e($ & She), F',ce+ 4efinitions= S6 and ($ diagrams for cantile0er and sim3ly su33orted 8eam# !alculation of ma:imum S6= ($ and 3oint of contrafle:ure under the loads of <i> concentrated load <ii> uniformly distri8uted load <iii> com8ination of concentrated and uniformly distri8uted loads# Pro8lems# Te1$ B''-#+ 1# Strength of $aterials - 2#%# /yder= Pu8#- &L(S# 2# %ydraulic and 6luid $echanics - $odi and Seth= Pu8# - Standard (ook %ouse= "e5 4elhi 3# &ngineering Thermodynamics - !#P# Arora= Pu8# - T$%= "e5 4elhi 4# Thermal &ngineering - A#S# Sarad= Pu8# - Satya Prakashan= "e5 4elhi# 5# &ngineering $echanics - C#L# Cumar= Pu8# - T$%= "e5 4elhi# ;# Theory of $achines - S#S# /attan= Pu8# - T$%= "e5 4elhi# Re0e,e(ce B''-#+ 1# Strength of $aterials - Po3o0= Pu8# - P%-= "e5 4elhi# 2# %ydraulic $achines - Bagdish Lal= Pu8#- $etro3olitan= Allah8ad# 3# Thermal Science and &ngineering - 4#S# Cumar= Pu8# - Cateria 7 Sons= "e5 4elhi# N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks#

ELEMENTS OF CIVIL EN7INEERIN7S

L T 4 % 1 -

Se##&'()*+ 2" M),-# E1)2.+ ?" M),-# T'$)*+ 1 M),-# T&2e+ % H,#.

UNIT-(uilding $aterials 7 !onstruction, !ement= sand= aggregate= 8ricks= reinforcing 8ars= structural steel sections# (rick masonry, (onds in 8rick 5ork= reinforced 8rick 5ork= load 8earing 5alls= dam33roofing and 5ater 3roofing= doors and 5indo5s $aking of concrete= reinforced concrete, columns= 8eams= lintels= floors and roofs= staircases= 5ater retaining structures= foundations# UNIT-II Structural Steel, Pro3erties= design of tension and com3ression mem8ers= 8eams and roof Trusses= constructions- re5etted 8olted and 5elded= industrial 8uildings and to5ers UNIT-III Soils and 6oundations, Ty3es of soils= 8earing ca3acity of soils= im3ro0ing the 8earing ca3acity= earth 3ressure= foundation for 5alls= columns= machines and transmission to5ers= 3ile foundation#

UNIT-IV 9ater su33ly and treatment, 9ater needs= estimation of 5ater demand= im3urities in 5ater and their sanitary significance= 5ater @uality standards= 5ater treatment systems= distri8ution systems- gra0ity= 3um3ing and dual system= need for sanitation= systems of sanitation-5ater 8orne and conser0ancy methods of sanitation= se5erage systems-3artial= com8ined and se3arate systems#

Re0e,e(ce#+ 1# (uilding !onstruction 8y Sushil Cumar= Standard Pu8#= "e5 4elhi#

2# /einforced !oncrete 8y -#!#Syal 7 A#C#2oyal= A#% 9heeler 7 !o#= 4elhi 3# 4esign of steel Structures 8y A#S#Arya 7 B#L#A?onani "em !hand 7 (ros# 4# (asics 7 A33lied Soil $echanics 8y 2o3al /an?an 7 AS/ /ao= "e5 Age -nt# Pu8#= "e5 4elhi 5# 9ater Su33ly &nggi# (y S#C# 2arg# N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks# EL-1 1E L M NTS !" L #T$!NI#S N%IN L T 4 % 1 $IN% Se##&'()*+ 2" M),-# E1)2.+ ?" M),-# T'$)*+ 1 M),-# T&2e+ % H,#.

UNIT-I Semiconductors 3-ty3e= n-ty3e= 3n ?unction diodes= 3n ?unction as a circuit element= its characteristics= half 5a0e and full 5a0e and 8ridge ty3e rectifier circuits 8asic filter circuits= 4oide as 0oltage multi3lier= cli33er 7 clam3er circuit# Hener diode as a 0oltage regulator# L&4 its characteristics construction 7 a33lications UNIT-II !haracteristics of transistors in different configuration# !once3t of d#c# and a#c# load line and o3erating 3oint selection# Farious am3lifiers configurations their h-3arameter e@ui0alent circuits determination of 0oltage gain current gain in3ut resistance and out3ut resistance 7 3o5er gain# !once3t of feed8ack in am3lifiers= different oscillators circuits <5ithout analysis> UNIT-III 4ifferential am3lifier and its transfer characteristics# -! .3-Am3s= its ideal 7 3ractical s3ecifications and measurement of 3arameters# .3-Am3 in different modes as in0erting am3lifier non in0erting am3lifier scale changer= differentiator 7 integrator# UNIT-IV !haracteristics of B6&T= $.S6&T= Farious am3lifier configurations using !haracteristics and !onstruction of S!/= T/-A!= )BT# Their 8asic areas a33lications# /eference , 1# 2# 3# 4# &lectronic 4e0ices 7 !ircuits - (oylstad 7 "ashelsky# -ntegrated &lectronics (y $illman 7 %alkias# &lectronic Princi3les - $al0ino Princi3les of &lectronics - F#C# $ehta= Shalu $elta#

6&T#

5# &lectronic !ircuits - 4onald L# Shilling 7 !harles (elo5l N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks#

ME-1 "E EN7INEERIN7 7RA4HICS AND DRA=IN7

L T P marks - %

&amination : 100 Se##&'()*+ " 2),-# T'$)*+ 1" 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#.

Unit)I Farious ty3es of 3ro?ections= 6irst and Third angle systems of orthogra3hic 3ro?ections# Pro?ections of 3oints in different @uadrants# Pro?ections of straight lines - 3arallel to one or 8oth reference 3lanes= contained 8y one or 8oth 3lanes= 3er3endicular to one of the 3lanes= inclined to one 3lane 8ut 3arallel to the other 3lane= inclined to 8oth the 3lanes= true length of a line and its inclinations 5ith reference 3lanes= traces of a line# Unit)II Pro?ections of Polyhedra Solids and solids of /e0olution - in sim3le 3ositions 5ith a:is 3er3endicular to a 3lane= 5ith a:is 3arallel to 8oth 3lanes= 5ith a:is 3arallel to one 3lane and inclined to the other# 4e0elo3ment of surface of 0arious sim3le solids such as cu8es= cylinders= 3risms= 3yramids etc# orthogra3hic 0ie5s= orthogra3hic dra5ings of (olts= "uts= (olted ?oints= scre5 threads= scre5ed ?oints# N'$e + Some sim3le e:ercise may 8e attem3ted 5ith A)T.!A4#
Te1$ B''-

1# &ngineering 4ra5ing Plane and Solid 2eometry , "#4# (hatt and F#$#Panchal= 6orty-6ourth &dition 2002= !harotar Pu8lishing %ouse#

Re0e,e(ce B''-#

1# &ngineering 2ra3hics and 4rafting , P#S# 2ill= $illennium &dition= S#C# Cataria and Sons# 2# A Te:t (ook of &ngineering 4ra5ing , S#(# $athur= Second /e0ised and &nlarged &dition 2000= Fikas Pu8lishing %ouse# 3# &ngineering 2ra3hics using A)T.!A4 2000 , T# Beya3oo0an= 6irst &dition 2002= Fikas Pu8lishing %ouse#

M - 10' M(NU"(#TU$IN% P$!# SS S L T ! P Theory : 100 marks

Se##&'()* + " 2),-# T'$)*+ 1" 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#.

Unit)I -ntroduction, -ntroduction to $anufacturing Processes and their !lassification# -ndustrial SafetyE -ntroduction= Ty3es of Accidents= !auses and !ommon Sources of Accidents= $ethods of Safety= 6irst Aid# &ngineering $aterials, 2eneral Pro3erties and A33lications of &ngineering $aterials= $ild Steel= $edium !ar8on Steel= %igh !ar8on Steel= %igh S3eed Steel and !ast -ron# U(&$-II 6oundry, -ntroduction to !asting Processes= (asic Ste3s in !asting Process= Pattern= Ty3es of Patterns= Pattern Allo5ances= /isers= /unners= 2ates= $oulding Sand and its com3osition= Sand Pre3aration= $olding $ethods= !ore Sands and !ore $aking= !ore Assem8ly= $old Assem8ly= $elting < !u3ola> and Pouring= 6ettling= !asting 4efects and /emedies# Unit)III !old 9orking < Sheet $etal 9ork >, Sheet $etal .3erations= $easuring= Layout $arking= Shearing= Punching= (lanking= Piercing= 6orming= (ending and Boining Ad0antages and Limitations# %ot 9orking Processes, -ntroduction to %ot 9orking= Princi3les of %ot 9orking Processes= 6orging= /olling= &:trusion= 9ire 4ra5ing# Plant Layout= .8?ecti0es of Layout= Ty3es of Plant Layout and their Ad0antages# Unit)I* -ntroduction to $achine Tools, S3ecifications and )ses of commonly used $achine Tools in a 9orksho3 such as Lathe= Sha3er= Planer= $illing= 4rilling= Slotter= -ntroduction to $etal !utting# "omenclature of a Single Points !utting Tool and Tool 9ear# $echanics of !hi3s 6ormations= Ty3e of !hi3s = )se of !oolants in machining# 9elding, -ntroduction to 9elding= !lassification of 9elding Processes= 2as 9elding, .:y-Acetylene 9elding= /esistance 9eldingE S3ot and Seam 9elding= Arc 9elding, $etal Arc= T-2 7 $-2 9elding= 9elding 4efects and /emedies= Soldering 7 (raDing# Te1$ B''-# + 9orksho3 Technology Fol# - 7-- - %aDra 7 !haudhary= Asian (ook !om3#= "e5 4elhi#

Process and $aterials of $anufacture-Lind8erg= /#A# Prentice %all of -ndia= "e5 4elhi# Princi3les of $anufacturing $aterials and Processes- !am38ell= B#S#- $c2ra5- %ill# Re0e,e(ce B''-#+ 1# $anufacturing Science-Amita8ha 2hosh 7 Ashok Cumar $alik= - &ast-9est Press# 2# $anufacturing Process and Systems - .st5ald= $unoD = Bohn 9iley# 3# 9orksho3 Technology= Fol# 1= 2 7 3 - !ha3man= 9AB= &d5ard Arnold# N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks# CH-1 1E CHEMISTRY (COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES) L T 4 % 1 Se##&'()* + " M),-# E1)2.+ 1 M),-# T'$)*+ 1" M),-# T&2e+ % H,#.

U(&$-1 Thermodynamics - Second la5= conce3t of &ntro3y= &ntro3y change for an ideal gas= free energy and 5ork functions= 6ree energy change= !hemical Potential= 2i88As %elmholtD e@uation= !lausius - !la3eyron e@uation= /elated numerical 3ro8lems 5ith a8o0e to3ics# Phase-/ule - Terminology= 4eri0ation of 2i88As Phase /ule &@uation= .ne !om3onent System <% 2. System>= T5o !om3onents systems= &utectic system <P8Ag>= system 5ith congruent m#3t# <Hn-$g>= systems 5ith incongruent m#3t# <"a-C>= A33lications of a8o0e Systems# U(&$-2 9ater 7 its treatment , Part - - Sources of 5ater= im3urities in 5ater= hardness of 5ater and its determination= units of hardness= alkalinity of 5ater and its determination= /elated numerical 3ro8lems= scale and sludge formation <com3osition 3ro3erties and methods of 3re0ention># 9ater and its treatment , Part -- - Treatment of 5ater for domestic use= coagulation= sedimentation= filtration and dis-infection= 5ater softening= -on-e:change 3rocess= mi:ed 8ed demineralisation= 4esalination <re0erse osmosis> <electrodialysis># U(&$-% !orrosion and its 3re0ention - 2al0anic 7 concentration cell= 4ry and 5et corrosion= &lectrochemical theory of corrosion= 2al0anic corrosion= 3itting corrosion= 5aterline corrosion= differential aeration corrosion= stress corrosion= factors affecting corrosion= Pre0enti0e measures <3ro3er design= !athodic 3rotection= 3rotecti0e coatings># Lu8rication and Lu8ricants-6riction= mechanism of lu8rication= classification and 3ro3erties of lu8ricants= Additi0es for lu8ricants= synthetic lu8ricants= 2reases Pre3aration 7 3ro3erties <consistency= dro3 3oint> and uses# U(&$-!

Polymers and PolymeriDation-.rganic 3olymers= 3olymerisation= 0arious ty3es of 3olymerisation= effect of structure on 3ro3erties of 3olymers= 3re3aration 3ro3erties and technical a33lications of thermo-3lastics <PF!=PFA>= thermosets <P6=)6>= and elastomers <S(/=2/-">= Silicones= -ntroduction to 3olymeric com3sites# Analytical methodsEits needs and different methodesES3ectrosco3yE its defination and sco3eEsalient features of s3ectro3hotometer=8rief introduction of titrimetric methodes=&lementry discussion on flame 3hotometry TEXT BOOKS+ 1# &ngineering !hemistry= P#!# Bain= $onica Bain <4han3at /ai 7 !o#># 2# !hemistry in &ngineering 7 Tech#= Fol#- 7 --= /a?aram= Curiacose <T$%># REFERENCE BOOKS+ 1# -nstrumental methods of !hemical Analysis= $&/-TT 7 9-LLA/4 <&ast-9est Press># 2# Physical !hemistry= P#9# Atkin <&L(S= .:ford Press># 3# Physical !hemistry= 9#B# $oore <.rient-Longman># N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks# CSE -1 1E FUNDAMENTALS OF COM4UTERS & 4RO7RAMMIN7 IN C L T P % 2 Theory: 100 marks Se##&'()* + " 2),-# T'$)*+ 1" 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#.

Unit)+ A( O:e,:&e> '0 C'23.$e, S6#$e2+ Anatomy of a digital !om3uter= $emory )nits= $ain and Au:iliary Storage 4e0ices= -n3ut 4e0ices= .ut3ut 4e0ices= !lassification of !om3uters# /adi: num8er system, 4ecimal= (inary= .ctal= %e:adecimal num8ers and their inter-con0ersionsE /e3resentation of information inside the com3uters# .3erating System (asics, -ntroduction to P! o3erating Systems, 4.S= )ni:*Linu:= 9indo5s 2000# Unit), $achine-= Assem8ly-= %igh Le0el- Language= 4,'/,)22&(/ L)(/.)/e#+ introduction to Assem8ler= !om3iler= -nter3reter= 4e8uggers= Linker and Loader# Programming fundamentals, 3ro8lem definition= algorithms= flo5 charts and their sym8ols# I($e,(e$ 9)#&c#, %o5 -nternet 5orks= $a?or features of internet= &mails= 6TP= )sing the internet# Unit)-

C 4,'/,)22&(/ *)(/.)/e, ! fundamentals= formatted in3ut* out3ut= e:3ressions= selection statements= loo3s and their a33licationsE (asic ty3es= arrays= functions= including recursi0e functions= 3rogram organiDation, local and e:ternal 0aria8les and sco3e 7 arrays# Unit). S$,&(/#, strings literals= string 0aria8les= -*. of strings= arrays of stringsE a33lications# Structures= )nions and &numerations, Structure 0aria8les and o3erations on structuresE Structured ty3es= nested array structuresE unionsE enumeration as integers= tags and ty3es# Standard li8rary, -n3ut * out3utE streams= file o3erations= formatted -*.= character -*.= line -*.= 8lock= string -*.= Li8rary su33ort for num8ers and character data= error handling, Te1$ B''-#+ th 1# )sing -nformation Technology= 5 &di= (rian C 9illiams 7 Stacey !# Sa5yer= 2003= T$% 2# The ! Programming Language 8y 4ennis $ /itchie= (rian 9# Cernigham= 1+II= P%-# 3# ! Programming - A modern a33roach 8y C#"# Cing= 1++;= 99 "orton 7 !o# Re0e,e(ce B''-#+ 1# -nformation technology= 4ennis P# !urtin= Cim 6oley= Cunal Sen= !athleen $orin= 1++I= T$% 2# Theory and 3ro8lem of 3rogramming 5ith != (yron ! 2ottfried= T$% 3# Teach yourself all a8out com3uters 8y (arry Press and $arcia Press= 2000= -42 (ooks -ndia# 4# )sing !om3uters and -nformation 8y Back (# /ochester= 1++;= Gue &ducation 7 Training# N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks#

-101 L #T$I#(L T #)N!L!%*

L T % 2

Theory: 100 marks Se##&'()* + " 2),-# T'$)*+ 1" 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#.

U/I )I 4#!# !-/!)-TS, .hmAs La5= CirchoffAs La5s= 4#!# !ircuits= "odal and Loo3 methods of analysis# A#!# !-/!)-TS, Sinusoidal signal= instantaneous and 3eak 0alues= /$S and a0erage 0alues= 3hase angle= 3olar 7 rectangular= e:3onential and trigonometric re3resentationsE /=L and ! com3onents= 8eha0iors of these com3onents in A#!# circuits# !once3t of com3le: 3o5er= 3o5er factor#

U/I )II T/A"S-&"T /&SP."S&, Transient res3onse of /L= /! and /L! !ircuits 5ith ste3 in3ut# "&T9./C T%&./&$S, The0eninAs theorem= "ortonAs theorem= su3er3osition theorem= ma:imum 3o5er transfer theorem= Star to 4elta 7 4elta to Star transformation# S&/-&S A"4 PA/ALL&L A#!# !-/!)-TS, Series and 3arallel A#!# circuits= series and 3arallel resonance= G factor= cut-off fre@uencies and 8and5idth#

U/I )III T%/&& P%AS& !-/!)-TS, Phase and line 0oltages and currents= 8alanced star and delta circuits= 3o5er e@uation= measurement of 3o5er 8y t5o 5attmeter method= -m3ortance of earthing# T/A"S6./$&/S, Princi3le= construction 7 5orking of transformer= &fficiency and regulation#

U/I )I* &L&!T/-!AL $A!%-"&S, D.C. M)ch&(e, Princi3le= construction= &$6 e@uation= Tor@ue &@uation= Ty3es of $achine= internal 7 e:ternal characterstics= s3eed control# I(5.c$&'( 2'$',+ Princi3le= construction= &$6 e@uation= Ty3es of motors= sli3 conce3t= S6(ch,'('.# 2'$',+ Princi3le= construction= Ty3es of motors TEXT BOOKS+ 1# (asic &lectrical &ngg <2nd &dition> , Cothari 7 "agarath= T$% 2# &lectrical Technology <Fol--> , (#L Thera?a 7 A C Thera?a= S#!hand

REFERENCE BOOKS+ 1# &lectrical &ngineering 6undamentals , 4eltoro= P%2# "et5ork Analysis ,Falken8urg= P%N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks#

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (F', U(5e,-7,)5.)$e S$.5e($#) U(&$ 1 + The M.*$&5&#c&3*&(),6 ()$.,e '0 e(:&,'(2e($)* #$.5&e# 4efinition= sco3e and im3ortance# "eed for 3u8lic a5areness# U(&$ 2 + N)$.,)* Re#'.,ce# Re(e>)9*e )(5 ('(-,e(e>)9*e ,e#'.,ce# + "atural resources and associated 3ro8lems# a> 6orest resources , )se and o0er-e:3loitation= deforestation= case studies# Tim8er e:traction= mining= dams and their effects on forests and tri8al 3eo3le# 8> 9ater resources , )se and o0er-utiliDation of surface and ground 5ater= floods= drought= conflicts o0er 5ater= dams-8enefits and 3ro8lems# c> $ineral resources , )se and e:3loitation= en0ironmental effects of e:tracting and mineral resources= case studies# d> 6ood resources , 9orld food 3ro8lems= changes caused 8y agriculture and o0ergraDing= effects of modern agriculture= fertiliDer-3esticide 3ro8lems= 5ater logging= salinity= case studies# &nergy resources , 2ro5ing energy needs= rene5a8le and non-rene5a8le energy e> sources= use of alternate energy sources# !ase studies# Land resources , Land as a resource= land degradation= man induced landslides= f> soil erosion and desertification# J /ole of an indi0idual in conser0ation of natural resources# J &@uita8le use of resources for sustaina8le lifestyles# U(&$ % + Ec'#6#$e2# J !once3t of an ecosystem# J Structure and function of an ecosystem# J Producers= consumers and decom3osers# J &nergy flo5 in the ecosystem# J &cological succession# J 6ood chains= food 5e8s and ecological 3yramids# J -ntroduction= ty3es= characteristic features= structure and function of the follo5ing ecosystem , a> 6orest ecosystem 8> 2rassland ecosystem c> 4esert ecosystem d> A@uatic ecosystems <3onds= streams= lakes= ri0ers= oceans= estuaries>#

U(&$ + ! B&'5&:e,#&$6 )(5 &$# c'(#e,:)$&'( J -ntroduction - 4efinition , genetic= s3ecies and ecosystem di0ersity# J (iogeogra3hical classification of -ndia# J Falue of 8iodi0ersity , consum3ti0e use= 3roducti0e use= social= ethical= aesthetic and o3tion 0alues# J (iodi0ersity at glo8al= "ational and local le0els# J -ndia as a mega-di0ersity nation# J %ot-s3ots of 8iodi0ersity# J Threats to 8iodi0ersity , ha8itat loss= 3oaching of 5ildlife= man-5ildlife conflicts# J &ndangered and endemic s3ecies of -ndia# !onser0ation of 8iodi0ersity , in-situ and e:-situ conser0ation of 8iodi0ersity#

U(&$ " + E(:&,'(2e($)* 4'**.$&'( 4efinition @ !auses= effects and control measures of , a> Air 3ollution 8> 9ater 3ollution c> Soil 3ollution d> $arine 3ollution e> "oise 3ollution f> Thermal 3ollution g> "uclear haDards J Solid 5aste $anagement , !auses= effects and control measures of ur8an and industrial 5astes# J /ole of an indi0idual in 3re0ention of 3ollution# J Pollution case studies# J 4isaster management , floods= earth@uake= cyclone and landslides# U(&$ A + S'c&)* I##.e# )(5 $he E(:&,'(2e($ J 6rom )nsustaina8le to Sustaina8le de0elo3ment J )r8an 3ro8lems related to energy J 9ater conser0ation= rain 5ater har0esting= 5atershed management J /esettlement and reha8ilitation of 3eo3leE its 3ro8lems and concerns# !ase studies# J &n0ironmental ethics , -ssues and 3ossi8le solutions# J !limate change= glo8al 5arming= acid rain= oDone layer de3letion= nuclear accidents and holocaust# !ase studies# J 9asteland reclamation# J !onsumerism and 5aste 3roducts# J &n0ironment Protection Act# J Air <Pre0ention and !ontrol of Pollution> Act# J 9ater <Pre0ention and !ontrol of Pollution> Act 9ildlife Protection Act

6orest !onser0ation Act -ssues in0ol0ed in enforcement of en0ironmental legislation Pu8lic a5areness# U(&$ ? + H.2)( 4'3.*)$&'( )(5 $he E(:&,'(2e($ J Po3ulation gro5th= 0ariation among nations J Po3ulation e:3losion - 6amily 9elfare Programme J &n0ironment and human health# J %uman /ights# J Falue &ducation# J %-F*A-4S J 9omen and !hild 9elfare# J /ole of -nformation Technology in &n0ironment and human health# J !ase Studies# U(&$ B + F&e*5 =',J Fisit to a local area to document en0ironmental assets-ri0er * forest * grassland * hill * mountain# J Fisit to a local 3olluted site - )r8an * /ural * -ndustrial * Agricultural# J Study of common 3lants= insects= 8irds# Study of sim3le ecosystems - 3ond= ri0er= hill slo3es= etc#

J J J

&:amination Pattern , The @uestion 3a3er should carry 100 marks The structure of the @uestion 3a3er 8eing# PA/T - A PA/T - ( PA/T - ! , , , Short Ans5er Pattern &ssay ty3e 5ith in8uilt choice 6ield 9ork 25 $arks 50 $arks 25 $arks

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EXAMINERS


Part - A Part - ( Guestion 1 is com3ulsory and 5ill contain ten short-ans5er ty3e @uestion of 2#5 marks each co0ering the entire sylla8us# &ight essay ty3e @uestions <5ith in8uilt choice> 5ill 8e set from the entire sylla8us and the candidates 5ill 8e re@uired to ans5er= any four of them# &ach essay ty3e @uestion 5ill 8e of the 12K marks#

The e:amination 5ill 8e conducted 8y the college concerned at its o5n le0el earlier than the annual e:amination and each student 5ill 8e re@uired to score minimum of 35L marks each in theory and Practical# The marks o8tained in this @ualifying 3a3er 5ill not 8e included in determining the 3ercentage of marks o8tained for the a5ard of degree# %o5e0er= these 5ill 8e sho5n in the detailed marks certificate of the student#

PHY-103E PHYSICS LAB.-I (COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES)

L T - -

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Se##&'()* =',-+2" M),-# E1)2&()$&'(+ 2" M),-# T'$)*+ " M),-# D.,)$&'( '0 E1)2+ % H,#. 10 e:3eriments out of the list in a

"ote, Students 5ill 8e re@uired to 3erform atleast semester# LIST !" +P $IM NTS

The e:3eriments in -st semester 5ill 8e 8ased mainly u3on o3tics= electrostatics= 5a0e and oscillations 5hich are the 3arts of the theory sylla8us of -st semester# 1# To find the 5a0elength of sodium light 8y "e5tonAs rings e:3eriment# 2# To find the 5a0elength of sodium light 8y 6resnelAs 8i3rism e:3eriment# 3# To find the 5a0elength of 0arious colours of 5hite light 5ith the hel3 of a 3lane transmission diffraction grating# 4# To 0erify "e5tons formula and hence to find the focal lenth of con0e: lens 5# To find the 5a0elength of sodium light 8y $ichelson interferometer# ;# To find the resol0ing 3o5er of a telesco3e# # To find the s3ecific rotation of sugar solution 8y using a 3olarimeter# I# To com3are the ca3acitances of t5o ca3acitors 8y 4eAsauty 8ridge and hence to find the dielectric constant of a medium# +# To find the fre@uency of A#!# mains 8y using sonometer# 10# To find lo5 resistance 8y carrey foster (ridge 11# To find the resistance of a gal0enometer 8y Post office (o: 12# To 6ind Falue of high /esistance 8y su8stitution method 13# To 6ind the 0alue of high resistance 8y leakage method 14# To !on0ert a gal0eno meter in to an Ammeter of gi0en range# RECOMMENDED BOOKS+ 1# Ad0anced Practical Physics - (#L# 9orshno3 and %#T# 6lint <CP%> 2# Practical Physics - S#L#2u3ta 7 F#Cumar <Pragati Prakashan># 3# Ad0anced Practical Physics Fol#- 7 -- - !hauhan 7 Singh <Pragati Prakashan>#

ME-107E WORKSHOP PRACTICE

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H,#. NOTE + 1# At least ten e:3eriments* ?o8s are to 8e 3erformed* 3re3ared 8y students in the semester# 2# At least I e:3eriments* ?o8s should 8e 3erformed * 3re3ared from the a8o0e list= remaining t5o may either 8e 3erformed* 3re3ared from the a8o0e list or designed 7 set 8y the concerned institution as 3er the sco3e of the sylla8us of $anufacturing Processes and facilities a0aila8le in the -nstitute#

List o, &-eriments / .o/s 1# To study different ty3es of measuring tools used in metrology and determine least counts of 0ernier cali3ers= micrometers and 0ernier height gauges# 2# To study different ty3es of machine tools < lathe= sha3e or 3laner or slotter= milling= drilling machines > 3# To 3re3are a ?o8 on a lathe in0ol0ing facing= outside turning= ta3er turning= ste3 turning= radius making and 3arting-off# 4# To study different ty3es of fitting tools and marking tools used in fitting 3ractice# 5# To 3re3are lay out on a metal sheet 8y making and 3re3are rectangular tray= 3i3e sha3ed com3onents e#g# funnel# ;# To 3re3are ?oints for 5elding suita8le fo r 8utt 5elding and la3 5elding# # To 3erform 3i3e 5elding# I# To study 0arious ty3es of car3entry tools and 3re3are sim3le ty3es of at least t5o 5ooden ?oints# +# To 3re3are sim3le engineering com3onents* sha3es 8y forging# 10# To 3re3are mold and core assem8ly= to 3ut metal in the mold and fettle the casting# 11# To 3re3are horiDontal surface* 0ertical surface* cur0ed surface* slots or Fgroo0es on a sha3er* 3lanner# 12# To 3re3are a ?o8 in0ol0ing side and face milling on a milling machine#

B.E. I<II Se2e#$e, CH-1 %E CHEMISTRY LAB (COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES)

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H,#. "ote, At least ten e:3eriments are to 8e 3erformed 8y the students#

LIST OF EX4ERIMENTS 1# 2# 3# 4#

and $g hardness of 5ater using &4TA solution# 4etermination of !a 4etermination of alkalinity of 5ater sam3le# 4etermination of dissol0ed o:ygen <4.> in the gi0en 5ater sam3le# To find the melting 7 eutectic 3oint for a t5o com3onent system 8y using method of cooling cur0e# 5# 4etermination of 0iscosity of lu8ricant 8y /ed 9ood 0iscometer <"o# 1 7 "o# 2># ;# To determine flash 3oint 7 fire 3oint of an oil 8y Pensky -$artenAs flash 3oint a33aratus# # To 3re3are Phenol-formaldehyde and )rea formaldehyde resin# I# To find out sa3onification "o# of an oil# +# &stimation of calcium in lime stone and dolomite# 10# 10# 4etermination of concentration of C$n.4 solution s3ectro3hotometerically# 11# 4etermination of strength of %!l solution 8y titrating it against "a.% solution conductometerically# 12# To determine amount of sodium and 3otassium in a= gi0en 5ater sam3le 8y flame 3hotometer# 13# &stimation of total iron in an iron alloy# SU77ESTED BOOKS + 1# A Te:t (ook on &:3erimental and !alculation - &ngineering !hemistry= S#S# 4ara= S# !hand 7 !om3any <Ltd#> 2# &ssential of &:3erimental &ngineering !hemistry= Shashi !ha5la= 4han3at /ai Pu8lishing !om3any# 3# Theory 7 Practice A33lied !hemistry - .#P# Firmani= A#C# "arula <"e5 Age>

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-10' L #T$I#(L T #)N!L!%* L(0 L T 4 M),-# - 2 Se##&'()* =',-+2" E1)2&()$&'(+ 2" M),-# T'$)*+ " M),-# D.,)$&'( '0 E1)2+ %

H,#. LIST OF EX4ERIMENTS 1# To 0erify C!L and CFL# 2# To 0erify The0eninAs 7 "ortonAs Theorems# 3# To 0erify Su3er3osition theorems# 4# To study fre@uency res3onse of a series /-L-! circuit and determine resonant fre@uency7 G- factor for 0arious Falues of /=L=!# 5# To study fre@uency res3onse of a 3arallel /-L-! circuit and determine resonant fre@uency 7 G -6actor for 0arious 0alues of /=L=!# ;# To 3erform direct load test of a transformer and 3lot efficiency Fs load characteristic# # To 3erform .#!# and S#!# tests on transformer# I# To 3erform s3eed control of 4! motor# +# To 3erform .#!# and S#!# tests of a three 3hase induction motor# 10# $easurement of 3o5er in a 3 3hase system 8y t5o 5att meter method#

CSE-1 %E COM4UTER 4RO7RAMMIN7 LAB. L T - 4 2 Se##&'()* =',-+2" M),-# E1)2&()$&'(+ 2" M),-# T'$)*+ " M),-# D.,)$&'( '0 E1)2+ % H,#.

N'$e+ A$ *e)#$ " $' 1 2',e e1e,c&#e# $' 9e /&:e( 96 $he $e)che, c'(ce,(e5. Re3,e#e($)$&:e 3,'/,)22&(/ 3,'9*e2#+1# 9rite a 3rogram to find the largest of three num8ers# <if-then-else> 2# 9rite a 3rogram to find the largest num8er out of ten num8ers <for-statement> 3# 9rite a 3rogram to find the a0erage mail height 7 a0erage female heights in the class <in3ut is in form of se: code= height># 4# 9rite a 3rogram to find roots of @uadratic e@uation using functions and s5itch statements# 5# 9rite a 3rogram using arrays to find the largest and second largest no# out of gi0en 50 nos# ;# 9rite a 3rogram to multi3ly t5o matrices # 9rite a 3rogram to read a string and 5rite it in re0erse order I# 9rite a 3rogram to concatenate t5o strings +# 9rite a 3rogram to sort num8ers using the Algorithm# 10# /e3resent a deck of 3laying cards using arrays# 11# 9rite a 3rogram to check that the in3ut string is a 3alindrome or not#

EL-1 CE ELEMENTS OF ELECTRONICS EN7INEERIN7 LAB.

L T 4 M),-# - 2

Se##&'()* =',-+2" E1)2&()$&'(+ 2" M),-# T'$)*+ " M),-# D.,)$&'( '0 E1)2+ %

H,#. LIST OF EX4ERIMENTS+ 1# 2# 3# To study the half 5a0e 7 full 5a0e rectifier# To study t5he effect of 0arious filters circuits# To study the characteristics of 3n3 7 n3n transistor in common amitter 7 determine %- 3arameter from characteristics# 4# To study the characteristics of 3n3 7 n3n transistor in !( 7 determine h-3arameter from characteristics 5# ;# # I# To determine the A0= Ai of /! cou3led !& transistor am3lifier 4etermine the fre@uency of oscillation in herteley oscillator 4etermine the fre@uency of oscillation in 3hase shift oscillator 4etermine the effect of negati0e feed8ack on 8and5idth 7 gain in !&= /! cou3led am3lifier +# 10# 11# 12# Study T! .3-Am3 as a in0erting am3lifier 7 scale changer Study -! .3-Am3 as a non in0erting am3lifier Study -! .3-Am3 as an integrator Study -! .3-Am3 as a differentiator

ME-1 CE ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL EN7INEERIN7 LAB. L T - 4 2 Se##&'()* =',-+2" M),-# E1)2&()$&'(+ 2" M),-# T'$)*+ " M),-# D.,)$&'( '0 E1)2+ % H,#.

1# Total ten e:3eriments are to 8e 3erformed in the Semester# N'$e+ 2# At least se0en e:3eriments should 8e 3erformed from the a8o0e list# /emaining three e:3eriments should 8e 3erformed as designed 7 set 8y the concerned -nstitution as 3er the sco3e of the sylla8us# LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1# To study !ochran 7 (a8cock 7 9ilco: 8oilers# 2# To study the 5orking 7 function of mountings 7 accessories in 8oilers# 3# To study 2-Stroke 7 4-Stroke diesel engines# 4# To study 2-Stroke 7 4-Stroke 3etrol engines# 5# To calculate the F#/#= $#A# 7 efficiency of single= dou8le 7 tri3le start 5orm 7 5orm 5heel# ;# To calculate the F#/#= $#A# 7 efficiency of single 7 dou8le 3urchase 5inch cra8s# # To find the 3ercentage error 8et5een o8ser0ed and calculated 0alues of stresses in the mem8ers of a Bi8 crane# I# To dra5 the S6 7 ($ diagrams of a sim3ly su33orted 8eam 5ith concentrated loads# +# To study the sim3le 7 com3ound scre5 ?acks and find their $A= F/ 7 efficiency# 10# To study the 0arious ty3es of dynamometers# 11# To the constructional features 7 5orking of Pelton*Ca3lan*6rancis# 12# To 3re3are stress-strain diagram for mild steel 7 cast iron s3ecimens under tension and com3ression res3ecti0ely on a )ni0ersal testing machine# 13# To determine the /ock5ell * (rinell *Fickers hardness no# of a gi0en s3ecimen on the res3ecti0e machines#

MATH-1 2E MATHEMATICS-II (COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES)

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UNIT-I of a matri:= elementary $atrices 7 its A33lications , /ank transformations= elementary matrices= in0erse using elementary transformations= normal form of a matri:= linear de3endence and in de3endence of 0actors= consistency of linear system of e@uations= linear and orthogonal transformations= eigen 0alues and eigen 0ectors= 3ro3erties of eigen 0alues= !ayley - %amilton theorem and its a33lications# UNIT-II .rdinary 4ifferential &@uations 7 its A33lications , &:act differential e@uations# &@uations reduci8le to e:act differential e@uations# A33lications of 4ifferential e@uations of first order 7 first degree to sim3le electric circuits= "e5tonAs la5 of cooling= heat flo5 and orthogonal tra?ectories# Linear differential e@uations of second and higher order# !om3lete solution= com3lementary function and 3articular integral= method of 0ariation of 3arameters to find 3articular -ntegral= !auchyAs and LegenderAs linear e@uations= simultaneous linear e@uations 5ith constant co-efficients# A33lications of linear differential e@uations to sim3le 3endulum= oscillatory electric circuits# UNIT-III La3lace Transforms and its A33lications , La3lace transforms of elementary functions= 3ro3erties of La3lace transforms= e:istence conditions= transforms of deri0aties= transforms of integrals= multi3lication 8y t = di0ision 8y t# &0aluation of integrals 8y La3lace transforms# La3lace transform of )nit ste3 function= unit im3ulse function and 3eriodic function# -n0erse transforms= con0olution theorem= a33lication to linear differential e@uations and simultaneous linear differential e@uations 5ith constant coefficients# UNIT-IV Partial 4ifferential &@uations and -ts A33lications , 6ormation of 3artial differential e@uations= LagrangeAs linear 3artial differential e@uation= 6irst order non-linear 3artial differential e@uation= !har3itAs method# $ethod of se3aration of 0aria8les and its a33lications to 5a0e e@uation and one dimensional heat e@uation= t5o dimensional heat flo5= steady state solutions only# TEXT BOOKS+ 1# Ad0anced &ngg# $athematics 6 CreysDig 2# %igher &ngg# $athematics (#S# 2re5al REFERENCE BOOKS + 1# 4ifferential &@uations - %#T#%# Piaggio#
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2# &lements of Partial 4ifferential &@uations - -#"# Sneddon# 3# Ad0anced &ngineering $athematics - /#C# Bain= S#/#C#-yengar# 4# Ad0anced &ngg# $athematics - $ichael 4# 2reen8erg# N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks#

4HY-1 2E 4HYSICS-II (COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES) L T % 1 P Theory: 100 marks Se##&'()*+ " 2),-# T'$)*+ 1" 2),-# T&2e+ % H,#. UNIT-I CRYSTAL STRUCTURE+ S3ace Lattice= unit cell and translation 0ectors= $iller indices= sim3le crystal structure= (onding in solids= &:3erimental N-ray diffraction method= Laue method= 3o5der $ethod= Point defects in solids= &lementary idea of @uarks and gluons# UNIT-II DUANTUM 4HYSICS+ 4ifficulties 5ith !lassical 3hysics= -ntroduction to @uantum mechanics-sim3le conce3ts= disco0ery of PlanckAs constant= 2rou3 0elocity and 3hase 0elocity= Schrodinger 5a0e e@uations - time de3endant and time inde3endent Schrodinger e@uations= &lementary ideas of @uantum statistics# FREE ELECTION THEORY+ &lements of classical free electron theory and its limitations= 4rudeAs Theory of !onduction= @uantum theory of free electrons= 6ermi le0el= 4ensity of states= 6ermi-4irac distri8ution function= Thermionic emission= /ichardsonAs e@uation# UNIT-III (A"4 T%&./' .6 S.L-4S, .rigin of energy 8ands= Cronig= Penney $odel <@ualitati0e>= &-C diagrams= (rillouin Hones= !once3t of effecti0e mass and holes= !lassification of solids into metals= Semiconductors and insulators= 6ermi energy and its 0ariation 5ith tem3erature# %all effect and its A33lications# UNIT-IV 4HOTOCONDUCTIVITY 4HOTOVOLTAICS+ Photoconducti0ity in AND insulating crystals= 0ariation 5ith illumination= effect of tra3s= of a33lications 3hotoconducti0ity= 3hoto0oltaic cells and their characteristics# Atomic magnetic moments= or8ital MA7NETIC 4RO4ERTIES OF SOLIDS+ diamagnetism= !lassical theory of 3aramagnetism= ferro magnetism - molecular fields and domains# -ntroduction <e:3erimental sur0ey>= $eissner effect= SU4ER CONDUCTIVITY+ London e@uation# TEXT BOOKS+ 1# -ntroduction to Solid State Physics <F-- &d#> - !harles Cittel <Bohn 9iley># 2# Guantum $echanics - Po5ell and !rasemann <.:ford 7 -(%> 3# 6undamentals of Solid State Physics - (#S#Sa:ena= /#!#2u3ta and P#"#Sa:ena <Pragati Prakashan>#

REFERENCE BOOKS+ 1# Sold State Physics - Pillai <"e5 Age># 2# A te:t 8ook of &ngg# Physics - A0adhanulu and Cshirsagar <S#!hand> 3# Guantum $echanics - 2hatak 7 Loknathan# N'$e+ The &:aminers 5ill set eight @uestions= taking t5o from each unit# The students are re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions in all selecting at least one from each unit# All @uestions 5ill carry e@ual marks#

4HY-1 !E 4HYSICS LAB.-II (COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES) Se##&'()* =',-+2" M),-# E1)2&()$&'(+ 2" M),-# T'$)*+ " M),-# D.,)$&'( '0 E1)2+ % H,#. "ote, Students 5ill 8e re@uired to 3erform at least10 e:3eriments out of the list in a semester# L T - 4 2 LIST !" +P $IM NTS The e:3eriments in Second semester 5ill 8e 8ased u3on electricity= $agnetism= $odern Physics and Solid State Physics= 5hich are the 3arts of theory sylla8us# 1# 2# 3# 4# 5# To study %e "e laser Tofind the fre@uency of ultrasonic 5a0es 8y 3ieDo eletric methods To find the 0alue of e*m for electrons 8y %elical method# To find the ionisation 3otential of Argon*$ercury using a thyratron tu8e# To study the 0ariation of magnetic field 5ith distance and to find the radius of coil 8y Ste5art and 2eeAs a33aratus# ;# To study the characteristics of <!u-6e= !u-!onstantan> thermo cou3le# # To find the 0alue of PlanckAs constant 8y using a 3hoto electric cell# I# To find the 0alue of co-efficient of self-inductance 8y using a /ayleigh 8ridge# +# To find the 0alue of %all !o-efficient of semi-conductor# 10# To study the F-- characteristics of a 3-n diode# 11# To find the 8and ga3 of intrinsic semi-conductor using four 3ro8e method# 12# To calculate the hysteresis loss 8y tracing a (-% cur0e# 13# To 0erify richerdson thermionic e@uation 14# To find the flashing and @uenching 3otential of Argon and to find the ca3#of unkno5n ca3acitor 15# To find the tem3 coeff# of resistance 8y using Pt resistance therometer 8y 3ost office 8o: RECOMMENDED BOOKS + 1# Ad0anced Practical Physics - (#L# 9orshno3 and %#T# 6lint <CP%> 2# Practical Physics - S#L#2u3ta 7 F#Cumar <Pragati Prakashan># 3# Ad0anced Practical Physics Fol#- 7 -- - !hauhan 7 Singh <Pragati Prakashan>#

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"eaning of Industrial conomic, Production :unction, its types, 'east Cost Combination, 'aw of @ariable Proportion, 'aws of ;eturn - Increasing, Constant & 5iminis!ing# :ixed & Aariable costs in s!ort run & long run, opportunity costs, relation between +C & "C, 0-s!aped s!ort run +C CurAe# Price & *utput 5etermination under "onopoly in s!ort run & long run# Price 5iscrimination, Price 5etermination under 5iscriminating "onopoly# Comparison between "onopoly & Perfect Competition#

0$I& - III "eaning of "anagement, C!aracteristics of "anagement, "anagement @s# +dministration, "anagement - +rt, Science & Profession, :ayol's Principles of "anagement# Personnel "anagement - "eaning & :unctions, "anpower - Process of "anpower Planning, ;ecruitment & Selection - Selection Procedure# &raining *b?ectiAes & &ypes of &raining, @arious "et!ods of &raining# 'abour 'egislation in India - "ain proAisions of Industrial disputes +ct )4,3B 0$I& - I@ "arketing "anagement - 5efinition & "eaning, Scope of "arketing "anagement, "arketing ;esearc! - "eaning, *b?ectiAes# Purc!asing "anagement - "eaning & *b?ectiAes, Purc!ase Procedure, InAentory Control &ec!niCues#:inancial "anagement - Introduction, *b?ectiAes of :inancial decisions, Sources of :inance# $ote > ig!t Cuestions are to be set taking two from eac! unit# &!e students are reCuired to attempt fiAe Cuestions in all, taking at least one from eac! unit#

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5uration of xam UNIT - I 6ourier Series , &ulerAs 6ormulae= !onditions for 6ourier e:3ansions= 6ourier e:3ansion of

functions ha0ing 3oints of discontinuity= change of inter0al= .dd 7 e0en functions= %alf-range series# 6ourier Transforms , 6ourier integrals= 6ourier transforms= 6ourier cosine and sine transforms# Pro3erties of 6ourier transforms= !on0olution theorem= Perse0alAs identity= /elation 8et5een 6ourier and La3lace transforms= 6ourier transforms of the deri0ati0es of a function= A33lication to 8oundary 0alue 3ro8lems# UNIT-II 6unctions of a !om3le: Faria8les , 6unctions of a com3le: 0aria8le= &:3onential function= Trigonometric= %y3er8olic and Logarithmic functions= limit and continuity of a function= 4ifferentia8ility and analyticity# !auchy-/iemann e@uations= "ecessary and sufficient conditions for a function to 8e analytic= Polar form of the !auchy-/iemann e@uations= %armonic functions= A33lication to flo5 3ro8lems= !onformal transformation= Standard transformations <Translation= $agnification 7 rotation= in0ersion 7 reflection= (ilinear>#

UNIT-III Pro8a8ility 4istri8utions , Pro8a8ility= (ayeAs theorem= 4iscrete 7 !ontinuous 3ro8a8ility distri8utions= $oment generating function= Pro8a8ility generating function= Pro3erties and a33lications of (inomial= Poisson and normal distri8utions# UNIT-IV Linear Programming, Linear 3rogramming 3ro8lems formulation= Solution of Linear Programming Pro8lem using 2ra3hical method= Sim3le: $ethod= 4ual-Sim3le: $ethod# Te1$ B''1# 2. %igher &ngg# $athematics, (#S# 2re5al Ad0anced &ngg# $athematics, &# CreyDig

Re0e,e(ce B''1# 2# 3# 4# !om3le: 0aria8les and A33lications, /#F# !hurchilE $c# 2ra5 %ill &ngg# $athematics Fol# --, S#S# SastryE Prentice %all of -ndia# .3eration /esearch, %#A# Taha Pro8a8ility and statistics for &ngineer, Bohnson# P%-#

N'$e+ &:aminer 5ill set eight @uestion= taking t5o from each unit# Students 5ill 8e re@uired to attem3t fi0e @uestions taking at least one from each unit#

ME- 2 1 E

THERMODYNAMICS U(&$ I

(asic !once3ts, Thermodynamics, $acrosco3ic and $icrosco3ic A33roach= Thermodynamic Systems= Surrounding and (oundary= Thermodynamic Pro3erty - -ntensi0e and &:tensi0e= Thermodynamic &@uili8rium= State= Path= Process and !ycle= Guasistatic= /e0ersi8le and -rre0ersi8le Processes= 9orking Su8stance# !once3t of Thermodynamic 9ork and %eat= &@uality of Tem3erature= Heroth La5 of Thermodynamic and its utility# -deal and /eal 2ases, !once3t of an -deal 2as= (asic 2as La5s= !haracteristic 2as &@uation= A0agadroAs la5 and )ni0ersal 2as !onstant= P-F-T surface of an -deal 2as# Fander 9aalAs &@uation of state= /educed !o-ordinates= !om3ressi8ility factor and la5 of corres3onding states# $i:ture of 2ases= (ass= $ole and Folume 6raction= 2i8son 4altonAs la5= 2as !onstant and S3ecific %eats= &ntro3y for a mi:ture of 2ases#

U(&$ II &nergy and its 6orms= &nergy and 1 6irst La5 of Thermodynamics, la5 of st Thermodynamics= -nternal &nergy and &nthal3y= 1 La5 A33lied to "on-6lo5 Process= Steady 6lo5 Process and Transient 6lo5 Process= Throttling Process and 6ree &:3ansion Process# Second La5 .f Thermodynamics, Limitations of 6irst La5= Thermal /eser0oir %eat Source and %eat Sink= %eat &ngine= /efrigerator and %eat Pum3= Cel0in- Planck and !lausius Statements and Their &@ui0alence= Per3etual $otion $achine of Second Cind# !arnot !ycle= !arnot %eat &ngine and !arnot %eat Pum3= !arnotAs Theorem and its !orollaries= Thermodynamic Tem3erature Scale# U(&$ III &ntro3y, !lausius -ne@uality and &ntro3y= Princi3le of &ntro3y -ncrease= Tem3erature &ntro3y Plot= &ntro3y !hange in 4ifferent Processes= -ntroduction to Third La5 of Thermodynamics# A0aila8ility= -rre0ersi8ility and &@uili8rium, %igh and Lo5 2rade &nergy= A0aila8ility and )na0aila8le &nergy= Loss of A0aila8le &nergy 4ue to %eat Transfer Through a 6inite Tem3erature 4ifference= A0aila8ility of a "on-6lo5 or !losed System= A0aila8ility of a Steady 6lo5 System= %elmholtD and 2i88As 6unctions= &ffecti0eness and -rre0ersi8ility# U(&$ IV Pure Su8stance, Pure Su8stance and its Pro3erties= Phase and Phase Transformation= Fa3oriDation= &0a3oration and (oiling = Saturated and Su3erheat Steam= Solid - Li@uid Fa3our &@uili8rium= T-F= P-F and P-T Plots 4uring Steam 6ormation= Pro3erties of 4ry= 9et and Su3erheated Steam= Pro3erty !hanges 4uring Steam Processes= Tem3erature st

&ntro3y <T-S> and &nthal3y - &ntro3y <%-S> 4iagrams= Throttling and $easurement of 4ryness 6raction of Steam# Thermodynamic /elations, T-4s /elations= &nthal3y and -nternal &nergy as a 6unction of -nde3endent Faria8les= S3ecific %eat !a3acity /elations= !la3eyron &@uation= $a:5ell /elations#

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Sim3le stresses 7 strains , !once3t 7 ty3es of Stresses and strains= PolsonAs ratio= stresses and strain in sim3le and com3ound 8ars under a:ial loading= stress strain diagrams= %ooks la5= elastic constants 7 their relationshi3s= tem3erature stress 7 strain in sim3le 7 com3ound 8ars under a:ial loading= "umerical# !om3ound stresses 7 strains, !once3t of surface and 0olumetric strains= t5o dimensional stress system= con?ugate shear stress at a 3oint on a 3lane= 3rinci3le stresses 7 strains and 3rinci3al- 3lanes= $ohrAs circle of stresses= "umerical# U(&$ II Shear 6orce 7 (ending $oments , 4efinitions= S6 7 ($ diagrams for cantile0ers= sim3ly su33orted 8eams 5ith or 5ithout o0er-hang and calculation of ma:imum ($ 7 S6 and the 3oint of contrafle:ture under <i> concentrated loads= <ii> uniformly distri8uted loads o0er 5hole s3an or a 3art of it= <iii>com8ination of concentrated loads and uniformly distri8uted loads= <i0> uniformly 0arying loads and <0> a33lication of moments= relation 8et5een the rate of loading= the shear force and the 8ending moments= Pro8lems# Torsion of circular $em8ers , Torsion of thin circular tu8e= Solid and hollo5 circular shafts= ta3ered shaft= ste33ed shaft 7 com3osite circular shafts= com8ined 8ending and torsion= e@ui0alent tor@ue= effect of end thrust# "umericals# U(&$ III (ending 7 shear Stresses in (eams, (ending stresses in 8eams 5ith deri0ation 7 a33lication to 8eams of circular= rectangular= -=T and channel sections= com3osite 8eams= shear stresses in 8eams 5ith deri0ation com8ined 8ending torsion 7 a:ial loading of 8eams# "umericals# !olumns 7 Struts, !olumn under a:ial load= conce3t of insta8ility and 8uckling= slenderness ratio= deri0ation of &ulers formulae for the elastic 8uckling load= &ulers= /ankine= 2ordomAs formulae BohnsonAs em3irical formula for a:ial loading columns and their a33lications= eccentric com3ression of a short strut of rectangular 7 circular sections= "umerical# U(&$ IV Slo3e 7 4eflection , /elationshi3 8et5een 8ending moment= slo3e 7 deflection= $ohrAs theorem= moment area method= method of integration= $acaulayAs method= calculations for slo3e and deflection of <i> cantile0ers and <ii> sim3ly su33orted 8eams 5ith or 5ithout o0erhang under concentrated load= )niformly distri8uted loads or com8ination of concentrated and uniformly distri8uted loads= "umerical#

6i:ed (eams, 4eflections= reactions and fi:ing moments 5ith S6 7 ($ calculations 7 diagrams for fi:ed 8eams under < -> concentrated loads= <ii> uniformly distri8uted load and <iii> a com8ination of concentrated loads 7 uniformly distri8uted load# Te1$ B''-#+ 1#Strength of $aterials - 2#%#/yder - Third &dition in S - units 1+;+ $acmillan -ndia 2#Strength of $aterials - Andre5 Pytel and 6redinand L#Singer &dition= -nt# Student &d# Addison - 9esley Longman Re0e,e(ce B''-#+ Strength of $aterials - Po3o0= P%-= "e5 4elhi# Strength of $aterials - Sadhu Singh= Channa Pu8lications Strength of $aterials A /udimentary A33rach - $#A# Bayaram= /e0ised &d#2001= Sa3na (ook %ouse= (angalore Strength of $aterials - )#!#Bindal Strength $aterials - -# Cri3al Singh

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U(&$ I-ntroduction to (-S S3ecification SP , 4; - 1+II !ode of &ngineering dra5ing Limits= fits and Tolerance < 4imensional and 2eometrical tolerance > = Surface finish re3resentation#2ear , 2ear terminology= -#S# con0ention = re3resentation of assem8ly of s3ur gears= helical gears= 8e0el gears = 5orm and 5orm 5heel# U(&$ II .rthogra3hic 0ie5 from isometric 0ie5s of machine 3arts * com3onents# 4imensioning = Sectioning# &:ercises on !ou3ling = !rankshaft = 3ulley = 3iston and !onnecting rod = !otter and Cnuckle ?oint# /i0eted Boint and 9elded Boint# U(&$ III Assem8ly dra5ing 5ith sectioning and 8ill of materials from gi0en detail dra5ings of assem8lies , Lathe Tail stock = machine 0ice = 3edestal 8earing = Steam sto3 0al0e = drill ?igs and milling fi:ture# NOTE + <1> <2> -n the semester e:amination = the e:aminer 5ill set t5o @uestions from each unit# The students ha0e to attem3t three @uestions taking one from each unit# The @uestions from )nit - and )nit -- 5ill carry 20 marks each# --- 5ill carry ;0 marks# 8y " 4 (hat and F $ Panchal Guestion from )nit

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$& 20 & C-"&$AT-!S .6 $A!%-"&S L 3 T 1 P Sessional Theory Total 4uration of &:am# , 50 $arks , 100 $arks , 150 $arks , 3 %rs#

Cinematics= introduction to analysis and synthesis of mechanisms= CinematicsA UNIT I 3airs= 4egree of freedom= 4ynamitic chain mechanism= $achine= 6our-8ar chain= in0ersions= Single and dou8le slider crank chain= Guick return mechanisms= -ntroduction to function generation= Path generation and rigid 8odied guidance# Felocity determinationE /elati0e 0elocity methods= -nstantaneous center method Acceleration determination= CennedyAs S3ace cent rode and 8ody cent rode= UNIT II !entri3etal and tangential accelerations= Acceleration determination 8y gra3hical method using 0elocity 3olygons= !arioleAs com3onent of acceleration= CleinAs and other constructions# Analytical methods to find 0elocity and acceleration of four -link mechanism= slider crank mechanism= freumdensteinAs e@uation= !oordinate a angular dis3lacements of in3ut and out3ut links <Path generation function generation>= Least s@uare techni@ue= /igid 8ody guidance# UNIT III Pantogra3h= straight-line motion mechanisms <Peculiar= %art= Scott /ussell= 2rassho33er= 9att= Cem3As Tchy8ishe0= Parallel linkages> -ndicator mechanisms <Sim3le: !ros8y = Thomson= etc > Automo8ile steering gears <4a0is and Ackerman>=%ooks ?oint <uni0ersal cou3ling>= 4ou8le hooks ?oints# Ty3es of friction= La5s of dry friction= $otion along inclined 3lane Scre5 threads= 9edge= Pi0ots and collars= Plate and cone clutches= Antifriction 8earings= friction circle and friction a:is= 8earings and lu8rication# $otion along inclined 3lane and scre5s= Pi0ots and !ollars Thrust (earings lu8rication UNIT IV Ty3es of cams and follo5ers= 0arious motions of the follo5er= !onstruction of cam 3rofiles= Analysis for 0elocities and accelerations of tangent and circular arc cams 5ith roller and flat -faced follo5ers# .3en and crossed 8elt dri0es= 0elocity ratio= sli3 = material for 8elts= cro5ning of 3ulleys= la5 of 8elting= ty3es of 3ulleys= length of 8elts ratio 0f tensions= centrifugal tension= 3o5er transmitted 8y 8elts and ro3es= initial tension= cree3= chain dri0e= chain length= classification of chains S.//e#$e5 ,e)5&(/+ The',6 '0 2)ch&(e#+ S. S. R)$$)(; T)$) Mc7,)> H&** 4.9*&c)$&'(#. The',6 '0 Mech)(&#2 )(5 M)ch&(e#+ E)/5&#h L)*; Me$,'3'*&$)( B''- C'.

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UNIT I

(asic tool geometry= single 3oint tool nomenclature= chi3s-0arious ty3es and characteristics= mechanism of chi3 formation= theoretical and e:3erimental determination of shear angle= orthogonal and o8li@ue metal cutting= metal cutting theories= relationshi3 of 0elocities= forces and 3o5er consum3tion# &ffect of o3erating 3arameters life tool geometry= cutting s3eed= feed de3th of out= coolant= materials etc on forces tem3# tool life= surface finish etc#= tool life relationshi3= tailor e@uation of tool life = tool material and mechanism#

UNIT II

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&lement of machining cost= tooling economics= machines economics and o3timiDation# (roach tools-ty3es materials and a33lications= geometry of t5ist drills= thrust tor@ue and 3o5er calculation in drills= form tools-a33lication# UNIT III Me$)* 0',2&(/ & E&/# )(5 F&1$.,e#

$etal 8lo5 condition= theories of 3lasticity conditions of 3lane strains= friction condition in metal 5orking= 5ire dra5ing-e:tension of rods= theory of forging= rolling of metals and elementary rolling theory= no sli3 angle and for5ard sli3# Tool engineering= ty3es of tools= usefulness= 3rinci3les of loctation= locating and clam3ing de0ices= Bigs 8ushes= drilling Bigs= milling fi:tures= turning fi:tures= 8oring and 8roaching fi:tures= different materials for Bigs and fi:tures= economic of ?igs and fi:tures# UNIT IV Me$,'*'/6

$easurements= linear and angular sim3le measuring instruments 0arious clam3ers= scre5 gauge= sine 8ar= auto-collimator= com3arator-mechanical= electrical= o3tical= surface finish and its measurement= micro and macro de0iation= factors influencing surface finish and e0aluation of surface finish# S.//e#$e5 ,e)5&(/+ )# $anufacturing science, 2hosh and $alik= &#9# Press

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1# To determine the modulus of rigidity of the material of a closed coil helical s3ring and the stiffness of a s3ring 2# To determine the 0alue of coefficient of friction for a gi0en 3air of surfaces using friction a33aratus 3# To determine the modulus of rigidity of horiDontal shaft 4# To determine e:3erimentally the ratio of the cutting time to idle time <cutting stroke to idle stroke> of the crank and slotted le0er <G/$>* 9hit5orth and com3are the result to theoretical 0alues 3lot the follo5ing a# q 0*s N <dis3lacement of slider># 8# q 0*s 0elocity# c# q 0*s Acceleration and to com3are the 0alues of 0elocities <Take angles q O45P= +0P= 135P= 225P= 2 0P 7335P= wO 1 rad*s> 5# To determine the 0alue of coefficient of friction 8et5een the scre5 and nut of the ?ack= 5hile, a# /aising the load 8# Lo5ering the load ;# To dra5 e:3erimentally a cur0e of the follo5er-dis3lacement 0*s cam-angle# 4ifferentiate the a8o0e cur0e to get 0elocity and acceleration 3lot and com3are the 0alues 5ith those o8tained analytically# # To determine the coefficient of friction 8et5een 8elt and 3ulley and 3lot a gra3h 8et5een log10 T 1*T 2 0*s= q# I# To determine the dis3lacement= 0elocities= 7 accelerations of the dri0en shaft of a %ookeAs ?oint for a constant s3eed of the dri0er shaft# +# To determine 0elocity 7 acceleration of slider in slider-crank mechanism and 3lot the follo5ing, a# q 0*s : <dis3lacement of slider> 8# q 0*s 0elocity and c# C'23),e
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ME- 21" E STREN7TH OF MATERIALS LAB Class -ork> ./ "arks xam> %. "arks ' & ( 'ist of xperiments> )# %# (# ,# .# 7# 3# D# 4# )/# ))# )%# )(# ),# &o study t!e 2rinell !ardness testing mac!ine & perform t!e 2rinell !ardness test# &o study t!e ;ockwell !ardness testing mac!ine & perform t!e ;ockwell !ardness test# &o study t!e @ickers !ardness testing mac!ine & perform t!e @ickers !ardness test# &o study t!e eric!sen s!eet metal testing mac!ine & perform t!e eric!sen s!eet metal test# &o study t!e Impact testing mac!ine and perform t!e Impact tests 8IEod & C!arpy9# &o study t!e 0niAersal testing mac!ine and perform t!e tensile test# &o perform compression & bending tests on 0&"# &o perform t!e s!eer test on 0&"# &o study t!e torsion testing mac!ine and perform t!e torsion test# &o draw s!ear :orce, 2ending "oment 5iagrams for a simply Supported 2eam under Point and 5istributed 'oads# &o determine "ec!anical +dAantage and fficiency of Single and 5ouble Purc!ase -inc! Crab# &o determine "ec!anical +dAantage and fficiency of -orm and -orm -!eel# &o determine "ec!anical +dAantage, fficiency of Simple and Compound Screw Fack# &o find "oment of Inertia of a :ly -!eel# P &otal> 3. "arks 5uration of exam> ( Hrs#

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5riAes in mac!ine tools for rotation moAement, stepped and step less driAes, mec!anical and !ydraulic driAes, IndiAidual and group driAes, selection of extreme Aalues of spindle speed on a lat!e, principle of stepped regulation, 'ayout of spindle speeds# +#P#, <#P# and 'ogarit!mic progressions, 6inematics adAantage of <# P# for gear box design, selection of common ratio, $umber of steps in a giAen speed range, design of all geared !ead stock# 0$I& II "anufacturing "et!ods C!aracteristics of turret 'at!es, turret-indexing mec!anism, tooling eCuipment for turrets, tool 'ayout or turrets# Classification of gear production met!ods, gear generation, gear !obbling gear s!aping, gear finis!ing met!odsB s!aAing, burnis!ing grinding, 'apping gear s!aping, gear finis!ing met!odsB s!aAing, burnis!ing grinding, !oning# 0$I& III 0nconAentional "ac!ining Processes & Press -orking &ools $eed for unconAentional processes, 0ltrasonic mac!ining, electroc!emical mac!ining, electroc!emical grinding, 'aser beam mac!ining t!eir process parameters, principle of metal remoAal, applications adAantages and limitations# Introduction, classifications of presses and dies, !ear, action in die cutting operations, center of pressure, mat!ematical calculation of center of pressure, clearances, cutting forces, punc! dimensioning# 0$I& I@ "ac!ine &ools @ibration and 5ynamometry Introduction, effects of Aibration no-mac!ine tools, cutting conditions, work piece and tools life, source of Aibration, mac!ine tool c!atter, $eed for measuring forces, basic reCuirements of measuring tec!niCues, design reCuirements of dynamometers, (-diAisional turning dynamometer and its calibration, drill dynamometers# S.//e#$e5 ,e)5&(/+ 1# $anufacturing science, 2hosh and $alik= &#9# Press 2# Princi3les of metal cutting, Sen and (hattacharya= "e5 !entral (ook#

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U(&$ I !rystallogra3hy, /e0ie5 of crystal structure= s3ace lattice= crystal 3lanes and crystal directions= co-ordination num8er= num8er of atoms 3er unit cell= atomic 3acking factor= "umericals related to crystallogra3-m3erfection in metal crystals, !rystal im3erfections and their classifications= 3oint defects= line defects= edge 7 scre5 dislocations= surface defects= 0olume defects 7 effects of im3erfections on metal 3ro3erties# U(&$ II Solid solutions and 3hase diagram, -ntroduction to single and multi3hase solid solutions and ty3es of solid solutions= im3ortance and o8?ecti0es of 3hase diagram= systems= 3hase and structural constituents= cooling cur0es= unary 7 8inary 3hase diagrams= 2i88sAs 3hase rule= Le0er rule= eutectic and eutectoid systems= 3eritectic and 3eritectoid systems= iron car8on e@uili8rium diagram and TTT diagram# %eat Treatment, Princi3les= 3ur3ose= classification of heat treatment 3rocesses= annealing= normaliDing= stress relie0ing= hardening= tem3ering= car8uriDing= nitriding= cyaniding= flame and induction hardening# Allotro3ic transformation of iron and steel= Pro3erties of austenite= ferrite= 3earlite= martensite# UNIT III 4eformation of $etal, &lastic and 3lastic deformation= mechanism of 3lastic deformation= t5inning= con0entional and true stress strain cur0es for 3olycrystalline materials= yield 3oint 3henomena= strain ageing= 5ork hardening= (auschinger effect= season cracking# /eco0ery= recrystalliDation and grain gro5th# 6ailures of metals, 6ailure analysis= fracture= 3rocess of fracture= ty3es of fracture= fatigue= characteristics of fatigue= fatigue limit= mechanism of fatigue= factors affecting fatigue# UNIT IV !ree3 7 !orrosion, 4efinition and conce3t= cree3 cur0e= mechanism of cree3= im3act of time and tem3erature on cree3= cree3 fracture= cree3 testing and 3re0ention against cree3# !orrosion, $echanism and effect of corrosion= 3re0ention of corrosion# Plastic= !om3osite and !eramics, Polymers= formation of 3olymers= 3olymer structure and crystallinity= 3olymers to 3lastics ty3es= reinforced 3articles-strengthened and dis3ersion strengthened com3osites# !eramic materials, Ty3es of ceramics= 3ro3erties of ceramic= ceramic forming techni@ues= mechanical 8eha0ior of ceramic# Te1$ B''-#+ &lements of $aterial Science and &ngineering, FanFlack= 9esley Pu8# !om3# $aterial Science - "arula= "arula and 2u3ta# "e5 Age Pu8lishers Re0e,e(ce B''-#+ 1#$aterial Science 7 &ngineering -F# /agh0an= Prentice %all of -ndia P0t# Ltd= "e5 4elhi 2# A Te:t (ook of $aterial Science 7 $etallurgy - .#P# Channa= 4han3at /ai 7 Sons

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U(&$ I Strain &nergy 7 -m3act Loading, 4efinitions= e:3ressions for strain energy stored in a 8ody 5hen load is a33lied <i> gradually= <ii> suddenly and <iii> 5ith im3act= strain energy of 8eams in 8ending= 8eam deflections= strain energy of shafts in t5isting= energy methods in determining s3ring deflection= !astiglianoAs 7 $a:5ellAs theorems= "umerical#Theories of &lastic 6ailure, Farious theories of elastic failures 5ith deri0ations and gra3hical re3resentations= a33lications to 3ro8lems of 2- dimensional stress system 5ith <i> !om8ined direct loading and 8ending= and <ii> com8ined torsional and direct loading= "umericals# U(&$ II )nsymmetrical (ending, Pro3erties of 8eam cross section= 3roduct of inertia= elli3se of inertia= slo3e of the neutral a:is= stresses 7 deflections= shear center and the fle:ural a:is "umericals# Thin 9alled Fessels , %oo3 7 Longitudinal stresses 7 strains in cylindrical 7 s3herical 0essels 7 their deri0ations under internal 3ressure= 5ire 5ould cylinders= "umericals# UNIT III Thick !ylinders 7 S3heres , 4eri0ation of LameAs e@uations= radial 7 hoo3 stresses and strains in thick= and com3ound cylinders and s3herical shells su8?ected to internal fluid 3ressure only= 5ire 5ound cylinders= hu8 shrunk on solid shaft= "umericals# /otating /ims 7 4iscs, Stresses in uniform rotating rings 7 discs= rotating discs of uniform strength= stresses in < -> rotating rims= neglecting the effect of s3okes= <ii> rotating cylinders= hollo5 cylinders 7 solids cylinders# "umericals# UNIT IV (ending of !ur0ed (ars , Stresses in 8ars of initial large radius of cur0ature= 8ars of initial small radius of cur0ature= stresses in crane hooks= rings of circular 7 tra3eDoidal sections= deflection of cur0ed 8ars 7 rings= deflection of rings 8y !astiglianoAs theorem stresses in sim3le chain link= deflection of sim3le chain links= Pro8lems# S3rings, Stresses in o3en coiled helical s3ring su8?ected to a:ial loads and t5isting cou3les= leaf s3rings= flat s3iral s3rings= concentric s3rings= "umericals# Te1$ B''-#+ Strength of $aterials - 2#%#/yder= Third &dition in S- )nits 1+;+ $acmillan= -ndia# $echanics of $aterials - <$etric &dition> , 6erdinand P# (eer and &# /ussel Bohnston= Br# Second &dition= $c2ra5 %ill#

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)nit continuum conce3t= 3ro3erties of fluids= "e5tonian and non-"e5tonian fluids# PascalAs la5= 6luid Pro3erties and 6luid Statics, !once3t of fluid and flo5= ideal and real fluids= hydrostatic e@uation= hydrostatic forces on 3lane and cur0ed surfaces= sta8ility of floating and su8merged 8odies= relati0e e@uili8rium# Pro8lems# 6luid Cinematics, &ulerian and Lagrangian descri3tion of fluid flo5E stream= streak and 3ath linesE ty3es of flo5s= flo5 rate and continuity e@uation= differential e@uation of continuity in cylindrical and 3olar coordinates= rotation= 0orticity and circulation= stream and 3otential functions= flo5 net# Pro8lems# )nit -6luid 4ynamics, !once3t of system and control 0olume= &ulerAs e@uation= (ernoulliAs e@uation= 0enturimeter= orifices= orificemeter= mouth3ieces= kinetic and momentum correction factors= -m3ulse momentum relationshi3 and its a33lications# Pro8lems#Potential 6lo5, )niform and 0orte: flo5= flo5 3ast a /ankin half 8ody= source= sink= source-sink 3air and dou8let= flo5 3ast a cylinder 5ith and 5ithout circulation# Pro8lems# UNIT III Fiscous 6lo5, 6lo5 regimes and /eynoldAs num8er= /elationshi3 8et5een shear stress and 3ressure gradient= uni-directional flo5 8et5een stationary and mo0ing 3arallel 3lates= mo0ement of 3iston in a dash3ot= 3o5er a8sor8ed in 8earings# Pro8lems# 6lo5 Through Pi3es, $a?or and minor losses in 3i3es= %agen-Poiseuilli la5= hydraulic gradient and total energy lines= series and 3arallel connection of 3i3es= 8ranched 3i3esE e@ui0alent 3i3e= 3o5er transmission through 3i3es# Pro8lems# )"-T -F (oundary Layer 6lo5, (oundary layer conce3t= dis3lacement= momentum and energy thickness= 0on-karman momentum integral e@uation= laminar and tur8ulent 8oundary layer flo5s= drag on a flat 3late= 8oundary layer se3aration and control# Streamlined and 8luff 8odies= lift and drag on a cylinder and an airfoil= Pro8lems# Tur8ulent 6lo5, Shear stress in tur8ulent flo5= Prandtl mi:ing length hy3othesis= hydraulically smooth and rough 3i3es= 0elocity distri8ution in 3i3es= friction coefficients for smooth and rough 3i3es# Pro8lems#
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Static force analysis, Static eCuilibrium, free by diagram, +nalysis of static forces in mec!anism# 5'+lembert's principal, CuiAalent offset inertia force, 5ynamics of reciprocation parts, Piston effort, Crank effort, CuiAalent dynamical systems, and Inertia force in reciprocating engines by grap!ical and analytical met!od# &urning moment and crank effort diagrams for single cylinder and multi-cylinder engines, coefficient of fluctuation of energy, coefficient of fluctuation of speed, flyw!eel and its function# UNIT -&ypes of gears, terminology, condition for correct gearing, cyclical and inAolutes profiles of gear teet!, pressure angle, pat! of contact, arc of contact, Interference, undercutting, minimum number of teet!, number of pairs of teet! in contact, !elical, spiral, worm and worm gear, beAel gear# <ear trainsB simple, compound, reAerted, and epicyclical, Solution of gear trains, sun and planet gear, beAel epicyclical gear, compound epicyclical gear, pre-selectiAe gear box, differential of automobile, torCue in gear taints UNIT III &ypes of brakes, friction brakes, external s!oe brakes, band brakes, band and block brakes, internal expanding s!oe brake, dynamometersB absorption, and tensional# &ypes of goAernorsB watt, Porter, Proell, spring loaded centrifugal, Inertia,, SensitiAeness, Stability, Isoc!ronism's, Hunting, ffort and power of goAernor, controlling force, Static and dynamic balancing of rotating parts, balancing of I# C# ngines, balancing of multi-cylinder engineB @-engines and radial engines, balancing of mac!ines# UNIT IV <yroscope, <yroscopic couple and its effect on craft, naAal s!ips during steering, pinc!ing and rolling, Stability of an automobile 8%-w!eeers9, Introduction, open and closed lop control, terms related to automatic control, error detector, actuator, amplification, transducers, lag in responses, damping, block diagrams, system wit! Aiscous damped output, transfer functions, relations!ip between open -loop and closed loop transfer function#

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))# &o s!ow t!e Aelocity and pressure Aariation wit! radius in a forced Aertex flow# $ote> )# +t least ten experiments are to be performed in t!e semester#

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Introduction to milling mac!ines its types functions applications etc# )# Practice of slab milling on milling mac!ine# %# Practice of slotting on milling mac!ine# (# &o cut gear teet! on milling mac!ine using diAiding !ead# ,# Introduction to gear !obber, demonstration of gear !obbing and practice# .# Introduction to Aarious grinding w!eels and demonstration on t!e surface grinder# 7# Introduction to tool and cutter grinder and dynamometer# 3# Study t!e constructional detail and working of C$C lat!es &rainer# D# &o carry out welding using &I<1"I< welding set# 4# Introduction, demonstration & practice on profile pro?ector & gauges# )/# &o make a component on lat!e mac!ine using copy turning attac!ment# ))# &o cut external t!reads on a lat!e# )%# &o cut multi slots on a s!aper mac!ine# )(# &o perform drilling and 2oring operation on a Component# +t least eig!t experiments s!ould be performed from t!e aboAe list# ;emaining two experiments may eit!er be performed from t!e aboAe list or designed & set by t!e concerned institute as per t!e scope of t!e syllabus#

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)# &o determine experimentally, t!e moment of inertia of a flyw!eel and axle compare wit! t!eoretical Aalues# %# &o find out critical speed experimentally and to compare t!e w!irling speed of a s!aft wit! t!eoretical Aalues# (# &o find experimentally t!e <yroscopic couple on motoriEed gyroscope and compare wit! applied couple# ,# &o perform t!e experiment of balancing of rotating parts and finds t!e unbalanced couple and forces# .# &o determine experimentally t!e unbalance forces and couples of reciprocating parts# 7# &o calculate t!e torCue on a planet carrier and torCue on internal gear using epicyclic gear train and !olding torCue apparatus# 3# &o study t!e different types of centrifugal and inertia goAernors and demonstrate any one# D# &o study t!e automatic transmission unit# 4# &o study t!e differential types of brakes# )/# &o find out experimentally t!e corli and component of accelaration and compare wit! t!eoretical Aalues# +t least eig!t experiments s!ould be performed from t!e aboAe list# ;emaining two experiments may eit!er be performed from t!e aboAe list or designed & set by t!e concerned institute as per t!e scope of t!e syllabus#

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UNIT 1 %eat enginesE -nternal and e:ternal com8ustion enginesE !lassification of -#!# &nginesE !ycle of o3erations in four strokes and t5o-stroke -! enginesE 9ankle &ngine# Assum3tions made in air standard cyclesE .tto cycleE 4iesel cycleE 4ual com8ustion cycleE !om3arison of .tto= diesel and dual com8ustion cyclesE Sterling and &ricsson cyclesE Air standard efficiency= S3ecific 5ork out3ut# S3ecific 5eightE 9ork ratioE $ean effecti0e 3ressureE 4e0iation of actual engine cycle from ideal cycle# UNIT II $i:ture re@uirements for 0arious o3erating conditions in S#-# &nginesE &lementary car8uretor= !alculation of fuel air ratioE The com3lete car8uretorE /e@uirements of a diesel in?ection systemE Ty3e of in?ection systemE Petrol in?ectionE /e@uirements of ignition systemE Ty3es of ignition systems= ignition timingE S3ark 3lugs# S#-# enginesE -gnition limitsE Stages of com8ustion in S# -# &nginesE -gnition lagE Felocity of flame 3ro3agationE 4etonationE &ffects of engine 0aria8les on detonationE Theories of detonationE .ctane rating of fuelsE Pre-ignitionE S#-# engine com8ustion cham8ers# Stages of com8ustion in !#-# &nginesE 4elay 3eriodE Faria8les affecting delay 3eriodE Cnock in !#-# &nginesE !etane ratingE !#-# &ngine com8ustion cham8ers# UNIT III 6unctions of a lu8ricating system= Ty3es of lu8rication systemE $ist= 9et sum3 and dry sum3 systemsE Pro3erties of lu8ricating oilE SA& rating of lu8ricantsE &ngine 3erformance and lu8ricationE "ecessity of engine coolingE 4isad0antages of o0ercoolingE !ooling systemsE Aircooling= 9ater-coolingE /adiators# Performance 3arametersE (%P= -%P= $echanical efficiencyE (rake mean effecti0e 3ressure and indicati0e mean effecti0e 3ressure= Tor@ue= Folumetric efficiencyE S3ecific fuel consum3tion <(S62= -S6!>E Thermal efficiencyE %eat 8alanceE (asic engine measurementsE 6uel and air consum3tion= (rake 3o5er= -ndicated 3o5er and friction 3o5er= %eat lost to coolant and e:haust gasesE Performance cur0esE UNIT IV Pollutants from S#-# and !#-# &nginesE $ethods of emission control= Alternati0e fuels for -#!# &nginesE The current scenario on the 3ollution front# 9orking of a single stage reci3rocating air com3ressorE !alculation of 5ork in3utE Folumetric efficiencyE -sothermal efficiencyE Ad0antages of multi stage com3ressionE T5o stage com3ressor 5ith inter-coolingE Perfect inter coolingE .3timum intercooler 3ressureE /otary air com3ressors and their a33licationsE -sentro3ic efficiency# (rayton cycleE !om3onents of a gas tur8ine 3lantE .3en and closed ty3es of gas tur8ine 3lantsE .3timum 3ressure ratioE -m3ro0ements of the 8asic gas tur8ine cycleE $ulti stage com3ression 5ith inter-coolingE $ulti stage e:3ansion 5ith reheating 8et5een stagesE &:haust gas heat e:changerE A33lication of gas tur8ines#

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5uration of xam > /( !ours Pro3erties, !hemical= Physical= $echanical and 4imensionalE 6errous metals= "onUNIT I ferrous metals= Plastics= !om3osite materials etc#Selection of &ngineering $aterials#4esign methodologyE 4esign criterion 8ased on fractureE 4eformation and elastic sta8ility design stressesE 6actor of safetyE Significant stress and significant strengthE Stresses-concentrationE !auses and mitigationE &ndurance limitE &ffect of concentrationE "otch sensiti0ityE SiDe and surface finishE 2oodman diagramE 2er8erAs 3ara8ola and Soder8erg line# UNIT II Su33orts and retainment of rotating assem8liesE manufacturing considerations of design= design of castings and 5eldments#/i0eted ?oints for 8oiler shell according to -# (# /#E ri0eted structural ?ointE and ri0eted ?oint 5ith eccentric loadingE Ty3es of 5elded ?ointsE strength of 5elds under a:ial loadE 9elds under eccentric loadingE 4esignation of 0arious ty3es of 8olts and nuts= 4esign of 8olted ?oints= (olts of uniform strength= (olted ?oints 5ith eccentric loads= 4esign of Ceys= !otter ?oint and knuckle ?oints# UNIT III 4esign of shafts su8?ected to 3ure torsionE Pure 8ending loadE !om8ined 8ending and torsionE !om8ined torsionE (ending and a:ial loads#-ntroduction= hand and foot le0ers= cranked le0er= le0er for a le0er safety 0al0e= (ell crank le0er# $iscellaneous le0ers# UNIT IV Ty3es of shaft cou3lings= 4esign of slee0e or muff cou3lingE 6lange cou3ling and 8ush ty3e fle:i8le cou3lings#-ntroduction= 4esign of circular= o0al sha3ed and s@uare flanged 3i3e ?oints#6unction= ty3es of 3o5er scre5s= stresses in scre5s= design calculations#

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5uration of xam> /( !ours 'ist of xperiments )# &o study and perform lest on t!e Pelton w!eel and to plot curAes H, P @s $ at full, t!ree fourt! gate opening# %# &o study and perform test in t!e :rancis &urbine and to plot curAes H, P @s $ at full, t!ree- fourt! gate opening# (# &o study and perform test on t!e 6aplan &urbine and to plot curAes H, P @s $ at full, t!ree- fourt! !alf opening# ,# &o study and perform test on Centrifugal Pump and to plot curAes h, Power @s H .# &o study and perform test on a Hydraulic ;am and to find its ;ankine, +ubussion h# 7# &o study and perform test on a ;eciprocating pump and to plot t!e P and h@s H 3# &o study and perform test on a <ear Pump and to plot t!e curAes H#P @s Pressure rise# D# Study and perform test on a &orCue ConAertor and to plot t!e curAes h& $p#

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2#&ec!# 8:ift! semester9 "ec!anical engineering " ()4 Industrial ngineering 8Practical9 'ist of xperiments )# &o study Aarious ;ating :actor systems and find standard time for making small sand mould# %# &o study Aarious plat layouts and suggest improAements in existing "ac!ines S!op layout# (# &o study and draw organiEational structure of a near by industry and suggest c!anges# ,# &o draw G and ; c!arts for a giAen sample of products to c!eck t!eir acceptance# .# &o draw p c!art for a giAen product lot and Aerify its acceptance 7# 5raw a flow process c!art wit! time estimates for a simple welding process# 3# 5raw a two !anded process c!art for a simple process of a ?ob preparation on a lat!e# D# &o study Aarious purc!ase procedures and draw organiEational structure of college purc!ase department# 4# + case study on +2C1@ 5 analysis# )/# + case study on Huality ImproAement &ec!niCues 8e#g# Hostel "ess1 -orks!op 1 Canteen etc#9 ))# + market surAey and analysis# )%# + Ipreliminary pro?ect reportI preparation for any small-scale unit#

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0$I& I (asics of heat 3um3 7 refrigeratorE !arnotAs refrigeration and heat 3um3E )nits of refrigerationE !.P of refrigerator and heat 3um3E !arnotAs !.PE -!& refrigerationE e0a3orati0e refrigerationE refrigeration 8y e:3ansion of airE refrigeration 8y throttling of gasE Fa3or refrigeration systemE steam ?et refrigerationE thermoelectric coolingE adia8atic demagnetiDation# (asic 3rinci3les of o3eration of air refrigeration system= (ell-!oleman air refrigeratorE ad0antages of using air-refrigeration in aircraftsE disad0antages of air refrigeration in com3arison to other cold 3roducing methodsE sim3le air refrigeration in air craftE sim3le e0a3orati0e ty3e air refrigeration in aircraftE necessity of cooling the aircraft# UNIT II Sim3le Fa3or !om3ression /efrigeration SystemE different com3ression 3rocesses< 5et com3ression= dry or dry and saturated com3ression= su3erheated com3ression>E Limitations of 0a3our com3ression refrigeration system if used on re0erse !arnot cycleE re3resentation of theoretical and actual cycle on T-S and P-% chartsE effects of o3erating conditions on the 3erformance of the systemE ad0antages of 0a3our com3ression system o0er air refrigeration system# $ethods of im3ro0ing !.PE flash cham8erE flash inter coolerE o3timum interstate 3ressure for t5o stage refrigeration systemE single e:3ansion and multi e:3ansion 3rocessesE 8asic introduction of single load and multi load systemsE !ascade systems# (asic a8sor3tion systemE !.P and $a:imum !.P of the a8sor3tion systemE actual "%3 a8sor3tion systemE functions of 0arious com3onentsE Li-(r a8sor3tion systemE selection of refrigerant and a8sor8ent 3air in 0a3our a8sor3tion systemE &lectro refrigeratorE !om3arison of !om3ression and A8sor3tion refrigeration systemsE nomenclature of refrigerantsE desira8le 3ro3erties of refrigerantsE cold storage and ice-3lants# (9)A&, c'(5&$&'(&(/ UNIT III 4ifference in refrigeration and air conditioningE Psychometric 3ro3erties of moist air <5et 8ul8= dry 8ul8= de5 3oint tem3erature= relati0e and s3ecific humidity of moist air= tem3erature of adia8atic saturation>E em3irical relation to calculate P 0 in moist air# Psychometric chart= construction and use= mi:ing of t5o air streamsE sensi8le heating and coolingE latent heating and coolingE humidification and dehumidificationE cooling 5ith dehumidificationE cooling 5ith adia8atic humidificationE heating and humidificationE 8y-3ass factor of coilE sensi8le heat factorE A4P of cooing coilE Air 5asher# UNIT IV !lassificationE factors affecting air conditioning systemsE comfort air-conditioning systemE 5inter air conditioning systemE summer air-conditioning systemE year round air conditioning# unitary air-conditioning systemE central air conditioning systemE room sensi8le heat factorE 2rand sensi8le heat factorE effecti0e room sensi8le heat factor#

-nside design conditionsE comfort conditionsE com3onents of cooling loadsE internal heat gains from <occu3ancy= lighting= a33liances= 3roduct and 3rocesses>E system heat gain <su33ly air duct= A#!# fan= return air duct>E e:ternal heat gain <heat gain through 8uilding= solar heat gains through outside 5alls and roofs>E solar air tem3eratureE solar heat gain through glass areasE heat gain due to 0entilation and infiltration# Trans3ort air conditioningE e0a3orati0e condensers= cooling to5ersE heat 3um3s# Re0e,e(ce# )(5 Te1$ 9''-# /efrigeration and air-conditioning 8y !#P arora (asic /efrigeration and air-conditioning 8y Annanthana and /ayanan= T$2 /efrigeration and air-conditioning (' Arora and 4omkund5ar= 4han3at rai NOTE+ I( $he #e2e#$e, e1)2&()$&'(; $he e1)2&(e, >&** #e$ B G.e#$&'(# &( )**; )$ *e)#$ $>' G.e#$&'( 0,'2 e)ch .(&$; )(5 #$.5e($# >&** 9e B.Tech. (S&1$h #e2e#$e,)

"ec!anical engineering " (/, ' ( ) & P15 , &otal &;I2*'*<= &!eory> )//marks Sessional> ./ marks 5uration of xam> /( !ours 0$I& I Introduction to trobological systems and t!eir c!aracteristic featuresB

analysis and assessment of surfaceB topograp!yB deterministic and stoc!astic tribomodels for asperity contactsB tec!niCues of surface examinationB tec!nological properties of surfaces#HuantitatiAe laws of sliding friction, causes of friction, ad!esion t!eory, laws of rolling friction, measurement of friction 0$I& II ntroduction, mec!anism of wear, types of wear, CuantitatiAe laws of wear, measurement of wear, wears resistance materials 0$I& III Introduction, dry friction, boundary lubrication, !ydrodynamic, !ydrostatic and elasto-!ydrodynamic lubrication, functions of lubricants, types and properties, lubricant additiAes# Principles, application to rolling contact bearings, cams, <ears 0$I& I@ <eometry and pressure eCuation of ?ournal bearing, !ydrostatic bearings, t!rust bearings, porous bearings and !ydrodynamic gas bearings# Fournal bearings wit! specialiEed applications# <eneral reCuirements and different types of bearing materials#

Suggested ;eading &ribology in Indertrion- 2y Sus!il 6umar SriAastaAa Introduction to &ribology of 2earings- 2y 2#C# "a?umdar B +#H#-!eeler Principles of &ribology - 2y F# Halling, "acmillan "ec!anics and C!emistry in 'ubrication- 2y 5orinson and 'udema , lseAier :riction and wear of "aterials- 2y # ;obinowicE, Fo!an -iley Principles of 'ubrication-2y +# Cameron, 'ongmans $*& > In t!e semester examination, t!e examiner will set D Cuestions in all, at least two Cuestion from eac! unit, and students will be reCuired to attempt only . Cuestions, at least one from eac! unit#

B.Tech. (S&1$h #e2e#$e,) Mech)(&c)* e(/&(ee,&(/ " (/7 ' ( & ) P15 &otal , 5uration of xam> /( !ours )"-T Cinematics of sim3le 0i8rating motion= Sim3le harmonic motions= Fectorial re3resentation of harmonic motion# 4egree of freedom= &@uations of motions= general solution of free 0i8ration= Phase 3lane method )"-T -- 4am3ed free 0i8ration= undam3ed and dam3ed forced 0i8rations= Fi8rating isolation= Fi8rating instruments#)ndam3ed free 0i8ration =Princi3le modes = -nfluence coefficients= !oordinate cou3ling= .rthogonality= Fi8ration a8sor8ers# )"-T --- 2eometric method= Sta8ility of e@uili8rium 3oints= $ethod of harmonic 8alance#-nfluence coefficients= 4unkerleys e@uation= $atri: iteration= %olDer method= /ayleigh method= and /ayleigh-/itD method# )"-T -F Trans0erse 0i8ration of strings= Longitudinal 0i8rations of 8ars= Lateral 0i8ration of 8eams= Torsional 0i8ration of circular shafts= 9hirling of shafts#-ntroduction= $ethod of La3lace transformation and res3onse to an im3ulsi0e out3ut= res3onse to ste3-in3ut= 3ulsein3ut= and 3hase 3lane method# ; : ; $C +$5 & G& 2**6S> "ec!anical Aibration - 2y <#6# <roAerB $emc!and C!and and Sons "ec!anical @ibration - 2y &!omsonB Prentice Hall "ec!anical @ibration - 2y 5en HartogB "c <raw Hill Introductory course to mec!anical Aibrations - 2y ;ao and <uptaB -iley astern $*& > In t!e semester examination, t!e examiner will set D Cuestions in all, at least two Cuestion from eac! unit, and students will be reCuired to attempt only . Cuestions, at least one from eac! unit# " CH+$IC+' @I2;+&I*$ &!eory> )// "arks Sessional> ./ marks

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UNIT I -ntroduction to !A4*!A$= %istorical 4e0elo3ment= -ndustrial look at !A4*!A$= -ntroduction to !-$ (asic of 2eometric 7 Solid modeling= !oordinate systems= &:3lict= -m3lict= -ntrinsic and 3arametric e@uation Part families= Part classification and coding= 3roduct flo5 analysis= $achine cell 4esign= Ad0antages of 2T 0$I& II -ntroduction= Transformation of 3oints 7 line= 2-4 rotation= /eflection= Scaling and com8ined transformation= %omogeneous coordinates= 3-4 scaling= shearing= rotation= reflection and translation= com8ined transformations= .rthogra3hic and 3ers3ecti0e 3ro?ections Alge8ric and geometric forms= tangent 7 normal 8lending functions= re3arametriDation Straight line= conics= cu8ic s3lines= 8eDier cur0es and (-s3line cur0es

UNIT III Alge8raic and geometric forms= tangent 7 t5ist 0ectors= normal 8lending function= re3arametriDation= Si:teen 3oint form= four !ur0e form= Plane surface= ruled surface Surface of re0olution= ta8ulated cylinder (i-cu8ic surface= 8eDier surface= (-s3line surface Solid models and re3resentation scheme (-re3 7 !S2= s5ee3 re3resentation= !ell decom3osition= s3atial occu3ancy enumeration

UNIT IV -ntroduction= fi:ed 3rogramma8le and fle:i8le automation= Ty3es of "! systems= $!) 7 other com3onents= !o-ordinate system= "! manual 3art 3rogramming= 2 7 $ codes= 3art 3rogram for sim3le 3arts= !om3uter assisted 3art 3rogramming -ntroduction= 6$S com3onent= Ty3es of 6$S= 6$S layout= Planning for 6$S= ad0antage and a33lications

2#& CH# 8SIG&H S " S& ;9 " CH+$IC+' $<I$ ;I$< M '10 M(#)IN D SI%N II ' % & P15 7 &otal D &!eory> )//"arks Sessional> ./ marks D.,)$&'( '0 E1)2+ ! h'.,# 0$I& I !lassification of 2earsE Selection of ty3eE La5 of 2earing= Standard system of 2ear tooth= Farious6ailure modes= -nterference= undercutting 7 minimum no# .f teeth 6orce Analysis =(eam strength of 2ear tooth= &ffecti0e load on tooth= &stimation of module 8ased on 8eam strength and 5ear strength= 2ear lu8rication= materialsE 4esign Procedure= 2ear (o: designTerminology= 6orce Analysis= Firtual no# of teeth= (eam strength= &ffecti0e load= 9ear strength Terminology= force analysis= 8eam strength 7 5ear strength= effecti0e load on gear tooth Terminology= 3ro3erties= force analysis= friction= material selection UNIT II 4esign of flat 8elts 7Pulleys= 4esign *selection of F 8elts 7Pulleys= 4esign*selection of 5ire ro3es= 4esign*selection of chains Single 7multi3le Plate clutch= !one clutch &:ternal shoe 8rake= -nternal shoe 8rakes UNIT III !oil S3rings= Leaf S3rings %ydro dynamically lu8ricated 8earings= Selection of 8all 8earings= Selection of roller 8earings= Selection of ta3er roller 8earings $echanism 4esign= 4esign of cam 7 6ollo5er UNIT IV 4esign of !ylinder= 4esign of Piston= 4esign of !rank shaft= 4esign of connecting rod DESI7N OF CRANE HOOK De#&/( '0 F*6>hee*# S)22&ST&4 /&A4-"2,

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'ist of xperiments )# Study & Performance of basic Aapour compression ;efrigeration Cycle# %# &o find C*P of water cooler# (# &o study t!e walk in cooler# ,# &o study and perform experiment on Aapour absorption apparatus# .# Perform t!e experiment & calculate Aarious# Performance parameters on a blower apparatus# 7# &o find t!e performance parameter of cooling tower# 3# &o study Aarious components in room air conditioner# D# &o find ;H of atmosp!ere air by using sling Psyc!ometric and Psyc!ometric# 4# &o find performance of a refrigeration test rig system by using different expansion deAices# )/# &o study different control deAices of a refrigeration system# ))# &o study Aarious compressor# )%# &o find t!e performance parameters of Ice Plant#

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2#&ec!# 8Sixt! semester9 "ec!anical engineering ME %1! E TRIBOLO7Y & MECHANICAL VIBRATION (4RACTICAL) L T P*4 Total 2 Practical, 25$arks Sessional, 50 marks D.,)$&'( '0 E1)2+ % h'.,#

'IS& *: GP ;I" $&> )# &o study undamped free Aibrations of eCuiAalent spring mass system and determine t!e natural freCuency of Aibrations %# &o study t!e free Aibration of system for different damper settings# 5raw decay curAe and determine t!e log decrement and damping factor# :ind also t!e natural freCuency (# &o study t!e torsional Aibration of a single rotor s!aft system and to determine t!e natural freCuency# ,# &o determine t!e radius of gyration of giAen bar using bifilar suspension# .# &o Aerify t!e dunker ley's rule 7# &o study t!e forced Aibration of system wit! damping# 'oad magnification factor As# :reCuency and p!ase angle As freCuency curAes# +lso determine t!e damping factor# 3# &o study t!e pressure distribution of a ?ournal bearing using a ?ournal bearing apparatus# D# &o determine t!e rate of wear of a metallic pin from t!e plot of displacement As time curAes by using friction and wear monitor apparatus# 4# &o determine abrasion index of a material wit! t!e !elp of dry abrasion test rig# )/# &o eAaluate t!e load wear index and t!e weld point of a lubricant wit! t!e !elp of a four ball stream pressure tester# ))# &o determine t!e two freCuencies of torsional spring type double pendulum & compare t!em wit! t!eoretical Aalues# )%# &o determine t!e radius of gyration of a compound pendulum# )(# &o determine t!e radius of gyration of disc using trifilar suspension# "ote, Total Ten e:3eriments must 8e 3erformed# At least eight e:3eriments should 8e 3erformed from the a8o0e list# /emaining t5o e:3eriments may either 8e 3erformed from the a8o0e list or outside the list#

" & - ,/) +utomobile ngineering ' , & P15 ) &otal &!eory . Sessional 5uration of xams# )# Introduction to +utomobile ngineering> 2rief !istory of automobiles, "ain components of an automobile, 2rief decription of eac! component# %# Power reCuirements in an automobile> 2rief description of constructional details and working of a four stroke I#C# ngine 8S#I# ngines and C#I# ngines9 including lately deAeloped oAer!ead cam s!aft, "ulti-cylinder engines, ngines- 5irect in?ection systems, "ulti-Point fuel Introduction to recent deAelopments in I#C# > 3. marks > ./ marks > /( !ours

in?ection systems, "icroprocessor based fuel supply systems, "ulti AalAe engines, "ec!anical balancing, :iring *rder, Power balancing, Power oAerlap, Power flow c!arts# (# &ransmission System of +utomobile> Introduction, 2rief description of different components of &ransmission System# 8a9 Clutc!> Introduction to Clutc! and its different types, Principle of :riction Clutc!, Clutc! 'ining and friction materials used in :riction Clutc!es, &orCue transmitted, 2rief description of Cone Clutc!, Single Plate and "ultiplate Clutc!es, 5ry and wet clutc!es, +utomatic clutc! action, Centrifugal clutc!es, lectromagnetic clutc!es, :luid :lyw!eel# 8b9 <ear 2ox> +ir resistance, gradient resistance and rolling resistance coming across a moAing automobile, &ractiAe effort, @ariation of tractiAe effort wit! speed, Performance curAes 8ob?ect and need of a gear box9, Sliding mes! gear box, Control mec!anism, Sliding type selector mec!anism, 2all type selector mec!anism, Steering column gear s!ift control, Constant mes! gear box, Sync!romes! deAice, +utomatic transmission in general, +P automatic gear box, &orCue conAerter, &orCue conAerter wit! direct driAe, 'ubrication of <ear 2ox# 8c9 Propeller S!aft> :unctions and reCuirements of a propeller s!aft, 0niAersal ?oints, Constructional forms of uniAersal ?oints, :lexible-ring ?oints, ;ubber-bus!ed flexible ?oints# Constant-Aelocity ?oints# 8d9 5ifferential> Principle of operation, Constructional details of a typical -differential 0nit, &raction control differentials, "ulti-plate clutc!' type traction control deAice &raction control by Aiscous coupling# 8e9 &!e back axle> 'iAe back axles, &!e final driAe, single reduction liAe axle, &orCue reaction, 5riAing t!rust, torCue & t!rust member arrangements, spring serAing as torCue and t!rust members, Hotc!kiss driAe wit! torCue reaction member, single combined torCue - t!rust reaction member, wit! springs taking only Aertical and lateral loads#&ransAerse radius rods, &!ree radius rods, +xle construction, ffects of w!eel bearing layout on axle loading, Some actual bearing arrangements, +xle casing construction, &!e double reduction axles# ,# ;unning system> 8a9 -!eel and rim, &yre and its function and constructional details# 8b9 2rakes# :untion and its met!od of operation, 2rake efficiency, lementary t!eory of s!oe brake, brake s!oe ad?ustment, + modern rear w!eel brake, 5isk brakes, 2rake linkages, 'eAerages and ad?ustment of brake linkage, SerAo and power-operated brakes, @accum brake operation, Hydraullic 2rakes-constructional details and working, 2endix HydroAac, 5irect action Aaccum

serAos, Power operated brakes, + dual power air brakes system, Compressed air systems, +ctuating cyllenders for air brakes# .# Suspension System> Suspension principles, ;oad irregularities and !uman susceptibility, Suspension system, 5amping, 5ouble tube damper, Single tube damper, 'eAer arm type damper, Springs-'eaf springs, Coil and torsion springs, Aariable rate springs, Composite leaf springs, ;ubber springs, +ir springs, +d?ustable and self-ad?usting suspensions, Interconnected suspension system, Interconnected air and liCuid suspensions, Independent suspension system, 5ifferent independent suspension layouts, "cP!erson strut type# ;ear suspension-liAe axle, &orCue reaction and axle guidance, -att's linkage# ;ear suspension-dead axles, ;ear suspension-independent, "cP!erson strut rear suspension# 7# Steering "ec!anism> Steering geometry, Castor, Camber, 6ingpin inclination, Combined angle, &oe in, Steering system-basic aims, +ckerman linkage, Steering linkages for independent suspension, Center point steering, Costarring or trailing action Cornering power, Self-rig!ting torCue, Steering c!aracteristics-oAer steer and under steer, +xle beam, Stub-axle construction, Steering column, ;eAersible and irreAersible steering, ;ack-and-pinion steering mec!anism, ffect of toe-in on steering, Power steering, @ickers System# 3# ;ecent trends in +utomobile ngineering> "ulti-fuel automobiles, +utomobiles running on alternate sources of energy, mission control t!roug! catalytic conAerter, 5ouble catalytic conAerter, +spects of pollution control in +utomobiles#

" &- ,/( "easurements and Control ' , & ) P15 &otal . &!eory Sessional > 3. marks > ./ marks

5uration of xams# > /( !ours 5efinition, application of measurement instrumentation, functional elements of a )# Introduction> generaliEed measuring system, measuring standards, types of measurement, types of input to measuring instruments and instrument system, classification of measuring instruments, merits and demerits of mec!anical measuring systems, comparison of mec!anical measuring system wit! electrical measuring systems, calibration# %# <eneraliEed performance c!aracteristics of instruments> Introduction, types of error, types of uncertainties, propagation of uncertainties in compound Cuantity, Static performance parameters> accuracy, precision, resolution, static sensitiAity, linearity, !ysteresis, dead band, backlas!, and drift#, sources of error, selection of a measuring instruments, mec!anical and electrical loading, fundamentals dynamic c!aracteristics, generaliEed mat!ematical model of measuring systems, types of input, dynamic performance parameters> dynamic error speed of response, etc, dynamic response of a first order mec!anical system wit! different inputs e#g# step, ramp, sinusoidal and impulse input# (# Statistical analysis of experimental data> Introduction, types of measuring data, statistical attributes, Aarious met!od of presentation, estimation of presentation and uncertainties, confidence leAel, precision and statistical treatments of single and multi sample type experimental data, C!auAenet's criteria of re?ecting a dubious data, curAe fitting, best linear calibration and its precision, significant figures and rounding off# *Aerall uncertainty estimation of measuring systems, common sense approac!, and engineering applications# ,# &ransducers> Introduction, primary function, classification, electrostatic transducers> principle t!eory, types, adAantages, and limitations, :ixed contact mec!ano-resistiAe transducers> classification, and uses, "etallic resistance strain gauge> types, construction t!eory of operation, +d!esiAe> property, selection criteria, mounting of strain gauges, "at!ematical analysis of ballast and 5C -!eatstone bridge circuits, c!aracteristic and comparison of ballast and 5C -!eatstone bridge circuits, temperature effects and t!eir compensation# .# "easuring of $on-electrical P!ysical Cuantities# "easurement of load, force, and t!rust using resistant strain gauges, lastic load

cells, proAing rings, fluid pressure measurement in pipe and containers, using strain gauges, measuring of torCue in transmission s!aft under axial and bending loads in Aarying ambient conditions# 7# Control Systems> Introduction, classification of control systems, control system terminology, serAomec!anism, process control and regulators, "anual and automatic control systems, p!ysical systems and mat!ematical models, linear control systems, 'aplace transform, transfer function, block diagram, signal flow grap!s, system stability, &ime and freCuency domain# 3# Hydraulic and Pneumatic control systems> Introduction, functional operation, desirable c!aracteristics of !ydraulic fluids, !ydraulic control systems> !ydraulic pump, !ydraulic control AalAe, Pneumatic control systems> pneumatic noEEle, relay, adAantages and limitation of suc! control systems# Re0e,e(ce )(5 Te1$ B''-#+ 1# $echanical measurements 7 control- (y 4#S# Cumar= $etro3olitan 8ook 2# -nstrumentation and $echanical measurements - (y AN# Tayal= 2algotia Pu8Q# 3# $easurements systems a33lication and design -(y &rnest 4oe8elin= $c2ra5-%ili

" &- ,/. Statistical Huality Control and ;eliability ' , & ) P15 &otal . &!eory> 3. marks Sessional> ./ marks 5uration of xams# > /( !ours )# Introduction> Huality-2asic Concepts> Issues in Huality, factors affecting Cuality, creating Cuality by design, product deAelopment cycle, economics of Cuality, @arious definitions, IS* definition of Cuality and its meanings, and Aarious p!ases till &H" and its meaning to industries, customers# and employees, contribution of Cuality gurus etc# towards Cuality concepts# &otal Huality "anagement> its scope, application and implementation# Huality Circle> its ob?ectiAes, structure and tec!niCues# @ariability concept in manufacturing cycle, fis! bone diagrams, c!arts in time p!ilosop!y# %# Huality Control> 2asic statistical concepts, Aarious types of distributions, <eneral t!eory G and ; c!art# 5ecision preparatory to t!e control c!arts# &rial control limits# Selection of subgroups# C!arts wit! Aariable subgroups, ;e?ect and ;eAoke, limits for aAerage on G c!arts, modified control limits, specification limits, practical limitations# Control c!arts for fraction defectiAes, calculation and plotting of control limits, sensitiAity of p c!art, applications# Control c!arts for 5efects, difference between defect and defectiAe, calculation and plotting of control limits, applications# pi c!arts and u c!arts, plotting of c!arts# &ests for Aarious control c!arts# Process capability- in!erent and potential capability# (# +cceptance Sarnpling> Purpose of +cceptance by +ttributes, Single sampling plans# <#C# curAe, selection of sampling plans, +cceptance number, &ype + and &ype 2 *#C# curAes, 5ouble sampling plan and its analysis, "ultiple and ,seCuential sampling, +#*#H#'#, +cceptance sampling plans under risk# 5esign of Aarious sampling plans, 5odge;oming type system for acceptance sampling by attributes 8use of Aarious tables9# 5etermination of process, aAerage, +cceptance sampling by Aariables# ,# ;eliability> Control of reliability, factors affecting reliability, patten of failure, mean time to failure# :lFndamenta'of statistical#concepts# Consideration of reliabiliy in series and parallel system, effect of redundancy and reliability, met!od of reliability eAaluation, reliability,optimiEation, +Aailability and "aintainability, "eans to improAe realiability, ;ealiability control during manufacture#

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5uration of xams# > /( !ours 'ist of xperiments )# Study of a strain gage based cantileAer beam and measurement of strain on t!e beam %# Study of a '@5& and-measurement of linear displacement (# Study of an inductiAe pick up and measurement of linear displacement ,# Study of a '5; and measurement of linear displacement .# Study of capacitiAe pick up and measurement of angular displacement 7# Study of temperature transducers and measurement of temperature of fluid 3# Study of a '@5&8strain gage based9 and measurement of linear displacement D# Study of a torCue pick up and measurement of torCue 4# Study of a pressure pick up and measurement of pressure of fluid )/# Study of load cell and measurement of load wit! load cell ))# Study of non-contact type speed pick up and measurement of rotational speed )%# Comparison of sensitiAity of t!ermocouple, t!ermister and ;&5

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in?ection systems, "icroprocessor based fuel supply systems, "ulti AalAe engines, "ec!anical balancing, :iring *rder, Power balancing, Power oAerlap, Power flow c!arts# (# &ransmission System of +utomobile> Introduction, 2rief description of different components of &ransmission System# 8a9 Clutc!> Introduction to Clutc! and its different types, Principle of :riction Clutc!, Clutc! 'ining and friction materials used in :riction Clutc!es, &orCue transmitted, 2rief description of Cone Clutc!, Single Plate and "ultiplate Clutc!es, 5ry and wet clutc!es, +utomatic clutc! action, Centrifugal clutc!es, lectromagnetic clutc!es, :luid :lyw!eel# 8b9 <ear 2ox> +ir resistance, gradient resistance and rolling resistance coming across a moAing automobile, &ractiAe effort, @ariation of tractiAe effort wit! speed, Performance curAes 8ob?ect and need of a gear box9, Sliding mes! gear box, Control mec!anism, Sliding type selector mec!anism, 2all type selector mec!anism, Steering column gear s!ift control, Constant mes! gear box, Sync!romes! deAice, +utomatic transmission in general, +P automatic gear box, &orCue conAerter, &orCue conAerter wit! direct driAe, 'ubrication of <ear 2ox# 8c9 Propeller S!aft> :unctions and reCuirements of a propeller s!aft, 0niAersal ?oints, Constructional forms of uniAersal ?oints, :lexible-ring ?oints, ;ubber-bus!ed flexible ?oints# Constant-Aelocity ?oints# 8d9 5ifferential> Principle of operation, Constructional details of a typical -differential 0nit, &raction control differentials, "ulti-plate clutc!' type traction control deAice &raction control by Aiscous coupling# 8e9 &!e back axle> 'iAe back axles, &!e final driAe, single reduction liAe axle, &orCue reaction, 5riAing t!rust, torCue & t!rust member arrangements, spring serAing as torCue and t!rust members, Hotc!kiss driAe wit! torCue reaction member, single combined torCue - t!rust reaction member, wit! springs taking only Aertical and lateral loads#&ransAerse radius rods, &!ree radius rods, +xle construction, ffects of w!eel bearing layout on axle loading, Some actual bearing arrangements, +xle casing construction, &!e double reduction axles# ,# ;unning system> 8a9 -!eel and rim, &yre and its function and constructional details# 8b9 2rakes# :untion and its met!od of operation, 2rake efficiency, lementary t!eory of s!oe brake, brake s!oe ad?ustment, + modern rear w!eel brake, 5isk brakes, 2rake linkages, 'eAerages and ad?ustment of brake linkage, SerAo and power-operated brakes, @accum brake operation, Hydraullic 2rakes-constructional details and working, 2endix HydroAac, 5irect action Aaccum

serAos, Power operated brakes, + dual power air brakes system, Compressed air systems, +ctuating cyllenders for air brakes# .# Suspension System> Suspension principles, ;oad irregularities and !uman susceptibility, Suspension system, 5amping, 5ouble tube damper, Single tube damper, 'eAer arm type damper, Springs-'eaf springs, Coil and torsion springs, Aariable rate springs, Composite leaf springs, ;ubber springs, +ir springs, +d?ustable and self-ad?usting suspensions, Interconnected suspension system, Interconnected air and liCuid suspensions, Independent suspension system, 5ifferent independent suspension layouts, "cP!erson strut type# ;ear suspension-liAe axle, &orCue reaction and axle guidance, -att's linkage# ;ear suspension-dead axles, ;ear suspension-independent, "cP!erson strut rear suspension# 7# Steering "ec!anism> Steering geometry, Castor, Camber, 6ingpin inclination, Combined angle, &oe in, Steering system-basic aims, +ckerman linkage, Steering linkages for independent suspension, Center point steering, Costarring or trailing action Cornering power, Self-rig!ting torCue, Steering c!aracteristics-oAer steer and under steer, +xle beam, Stub-axle construction, Steering column, ;eAersible and irreAersible steering, ;ack-and-pinion steering mec!anism, ffect of toe-in on steering, Power steering, @ickers System# 3# ;ecent trends in +utomobile ngineering> "ulti-fuel automobiles, +utomobiles running on alternate sources of energy, mission control t!roug! catalytic conAerter, 5ouble catalytic conAerter, +spects of pollution control in +utomobiles#

" &- ,/( "easurements and Control ' , & ) P15 &otal . &!eory Sessional > 3. marks > ./ marks

5uration of xams# > /( !ours 5efinition, application of measurement instrumentation, functional elements of a )# Introduction> generaliEed measuring system, measuring standards, types of measurement, types of input to measuring instruments and instrument system, classification of measuring instruments, merits and demerits of mec!anical measuring systems, comparison of mec!anical measuring system wit! electrical measuring systems, calibration# %# <eneraliEed performance c!aracteristics of instruments> Introduction, types of error, types of uncertainties, propagation of uncertainties in compound Cuantity, Static performance parameters> accuracy, precision, resolution, static sensitiAity, linearity, !ysteresis, dead band, backlas!, and drift#, sources of error, selection of a measuring instruments, mec!anical and electrical loading, fundamentals dynamic c!aracteristics, generaliEed mat!ematical model of measuring systems, types of input, dynamic performance parameters> dynamic error speed of response, etc, dynamic response of a first order mec!anical system wit! different inputs e#g# step, ramp, sinusoidal and impulse input# (# Statistical analysis of experimental data> Introduction, types of measuring data, statistical attributes, Aarious met!od of presentation, estimation of presentation and uncertainties, confidence leAel, precision and statistical treatments of single and multi sample type experimental data, C!auAenet's criteria of re?ecting a dubious data, curAe fitting, best linear calibration and its precision, significant figures and rounding off# *Aerall uncertainty estimation of measuring systems, common sense approac!, and engineering applications# ,# &ransducers> Introduction, primary function, classification, electrostatic transducers> principle t!eory, types, adAantages, and limitations, :ixed contact mec!ano-resistiAe transducers> classification, and uses, "etallic resistance strain gauge> types, construction t!eory of operation, +d!esiAe> property, selection criteria, mounting of strain gauges, "at!ematical analysis of ballast and 5C -!eatstone bridge circuits, c!aracteristic and comparison of ballast and 5C -!eatstone bridge circuits, temperature effects and t!eir compensation# .# "easuring of $on-electrical P!ysical Cuantities# "easurement of load, force, and t!rust using resistant strain gauges, lastic load

cells, proAing rings, fluid pressure measurement in pipe and containers, using strain gauges, measuring of torCue in transmission s!aft under axial and bending loads in Aarying ambient conditions# 7# Control Systems> Introduction, classification of control systems, control system terminology, serAomec!anism, process control and regulators, "anual and automatic control systems, p!ysical systems and mat!ematical models, linear control systems, 'aplace transform, transfer function, block diagram, signal flow grap!s, system stability, &ime and freCuency domain# 3# Hydraulic and Pneumatic control systems> Introduction, functional operation, desirable c!aracteristics of !ydraulic fluids, !ydraulic control systems> !ydraulic pump, !ydraulic control AalAe, Pneumatic control systems> pneumatic noEEle, relay, adAantages and limitation of suc! control systems# Re0e,e(ce )(5 Te1$ B''-#+ 1# $echanical measurements 7 control- (y 4#S# Cumar= $etro3olitan 8ook 2# -nstrumentation and $echanical measurements - (y AN# Tayal= 2algotia Pu8Q# 3# $easurements systems a33lication and design -(y &rnest 4oe8elin= $c2ra5-%ili

" &- ,/. Statistical Huality Control and ;eliability ' , & ) P15 &otal . &!eory> 3. marks Sessional> ./ marks 5uration of xams# > /( !ours )# Introduction> Huality-2asic Concepts> Issues in Huality, factors affecting Cuality, creating Cuality by design, product deAelopment cycle, economics of Cuality, @arious definitions, IS* definition of Cuality and its meanings, and Aarious p!ases till &H" and its meaning to industries, customers# and employees, contribution of Cuality gurus etc# towards Cuality concepts# &otal Huality "anagement> its scope, application and implementation# Huality Circle> its ob?ectiAes, structure and tec!niCues# @ariability concept in manufacturing cycle, fis! bone diagrams, c!arts in time p!ilosop!y# %# Huality Control> 2asic statistical concepts, Aarious types of distributions, <eneral t!eory G and ; c!art# 5ecision preparatory to t!e control c!arts# &rial control limits# Selection of subgroups# C!arts wit! Aariable subgroups, ;e?ect and ;eAoke, limits for aAerage on G c!arts, modified control limits, specification limits, practical limitations# Control c!arts for fraction defectiAes, calculation and plotting of control limits, sensitiAity of p c!art, applications# Control c!arts for 5efects, difference between defect and defectiAe, calculation and plotting of control limits, applications# pi c!arts and u c!arts, plotting of c!arts# &ests for Aarious control c!arts# Process capability- in!erent and potential capability# (# +cceptance Sarnpling> Purpose of +cceptance by +ttributes, Single sampling plans# <#C# curAe, selection of sampling plans, +cceptance number, &ype + and &ype 2 *#C# curAes, 5ouble sampling plan and its analysis, "ultiple and ,seCuential sampling, +#*#H#'#, +cceptance sampling plans under risk# 5esign of Aarious sampling plans, 5odge;oming type system for acceptance sampling by attributes 8use of Aarious tables9# 5etermination of process, aAerage, +cceptance sampling by Aariables# ,# ;eliability> Control of reliability, factors affecting reliability, patten of failure, mean time to failure# :lFndamenta'of statistical#concepts# Consideration of reliabiliy in series and parallel system, effect of redundancy and reliability, met!od of reliability eAaluation, reliability,optimiEation, +Aailability and "aintainability, "eans to improAe realiability, ;ealiability control during manufacture#

" &- ,/3 "easurements and Control 8Practical9 ' & P15 &otal % % &!eory Sessional > %. marks > ./ marks

5uration of xams# > /( !ours 'ist of xperiments )# Study of a strain gage based cantileAer beam and measurement of strain on t!e beam %# Study of a '@5& and-measurement of linear displacement (# Study of an inductiAe pick up and measurement of linear displacement ,# Study of a '5; and measurement of linear displacement .# Study of capacitiAe pick up and measurement of angular displacement 7# Study of temperature transducers and measurement of temperature of fluid 3# Study of a '@5&8strain gage based9 and measurement of linear displacement D# Study of a torCue pick up and measurement of torCue 4# Study of a pressure pick up and measurement of pressure of fluid )/# Study of load cell and measurement of load wit! load cell ))# Study of non-contact type speed pick up and measurement of rotational speed )%# Comparison of sensitiAity of t!ermocouple, t!ermister and ;&5

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Introduction> nAironment & its segment, 2iosp!ere, impact of !umans upon enAironment, impact of !umans upon enAironment, 2iodiAersity and sustainable deAelopment# cology> "eaning, scope and sub diAision of ecology ecosystems and its types, nergy flow 8;adiation & Haet 2udget9 food c!ains, trop!ic leAel, ecological pyramid biogeoc!emical cyclesnitrogen, sulp!ur and p!osp!orous cycles# cological balance in nature, consortism and ranks of consortium, Sources and effects of radio actiAes fall-outs , disposal of radioactiAe waste, c!emical and biological agents and effects of c!emical and biological warfare, population xplosion - its affects & India's scenario# $ ;<= & $@I*;" $& nergy, uses of energy, !istorical background, economic of energy, conAentional and non conAentional sources of energy, renewable energy sources 8suc! as solar, wind, tidal, waAe, geot!ermal, !ydro and bio mass energy9, and t!eir enAironmental impacts wit! special references on Indian scenario# +ir pollution > Composition and structure of atmosp!ere , classification and sources of air pollutants, "eteorological parameters influencing air pollution, plume be!aAior, effects of air pollution on meteorological conditions like green !ouse effects oEone depletion, & acid reins, effects of air pollution on plants, animals and !uman !ealt! & economic effects of air pollution# I-$in and its affects# +utomobile pollution - effects and control measures and tec!niCues of air pollution control# +ir pollution control deAices like settling c!amber, cyclones, SP, 2ag, filters, catalytic conAertors tec# $oise Pollution> <eneral introduction to noise pollution, !uman acoustic# 0nit of measurement, loudness, measurements of noise & weig!ting networks, sources and effects of noise pollution, noise abetment 1 control and noise standards# Solid wastes> 5efinition, types and composition, sources of solid wastes, met!od of disposal, land filling, incineration, pulAeriEation,

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)# ngineering conomics> 5efinition and concept, Importance of economics for engineers, present Aalue and future Aalue, -ealt!, <oods, -ants, @alue and price, capital, money, utility of consumer and producer goods# %# Costing> Introduction, lements of cost, Prime cost, *Aer!ead, :actory cost, &otal cost, Selling price, $ature of cost, &ypes of cost# (# 5epreciation> 5efinition and concept, Causes of depreciation, "et!ods of calculating depreciation# ,# conomic analysis of inAestment and selection of alternatiAes> Introduction, $ature of selection problem, $ature of replacement problem, ;eplacement of items w!ic! deteriorate, ;eplacement of mac!ines w!ose operating cost in crease wit! time and t!e Aalue of money also c!anges wit! time, met!ods used in selection of inAestment and replacement alternatiAes# .# ntrepreneurs!ip> ntrepreneurs!ip, ;ole of entrepreneur in Indian economy, C!aracteristics of an entrepreneur, &ypes of entrepreneurs, some myt!s and# realities about entrepreneurs!ip 7# Small scale Industries> Introduction, ;ole and scope of small scale industries, concept of smaK) scale and ancillary industrial undertakings, How to start a small scale industry, Steps in launc!ing own Aenture, procedure for registration of small scale industries, Aarious deAelopment#>tl agencies-t!eir functions and role in industrial and entrepreneurs!ip deAeiopment, Infrastructure facilKties aAailable for entrepreneurs!ip deAelopment in India# 3# Product planning and 5eAelopment> Introduction, ;eCuirement of a good product design, product deAelopment approac!es, Product deAelopment process, lement of Concurrent engg#, Huality function deAelopment, rapid prototyping, Aarious controlling agencies, inAolAed t!eir role and formalities for getting clearance before starting indiAidual Aenture D# :inancial management> :inancial concept for small-scale industries, financial reCuirements :inancial support programmer of banks, goAernment financial agencies, Hire-purc!ase facilities alternate sources of finance# 4# "arketing>

&!e modern concept of marketing, 5efinitions, functions and principle of marketing, "arketing researc!, +dAertising, "arket surAey, Pre-feasibility and feasibility of pro?ect# Identification and eAaluation of business opportunity, risk inAolAed and preparation of business plan# )/# Preparation of feasibility Pro?ect ;eport> &ools for eAaluation of tec!no economic feasibility pro?ect report, S-*& analysis ;eference and &ext 2ooks> &!e practice of ntrepreneurs!ip Handbook of ntrepreneurs!ip +utomobile ngineering - 2y <# <# "eredik!, ;# # $elson and P#+# $eck - 2y ;ao and Pareek -2y 6#"# <upta, 0mes! Publications

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)#Sources of nergy> ConAentional and non-conAentional sources of energyB Importance of electrical energyB <eot!ermal power plantsB &idal power plantsB -indmillsB Solar power plantsB 5irect energy conAersion systemsB plants# %# Hydro Power Plants> Hydrology> rainfall, runoff, !ydrograp!s, flow duration curAesB Site selection for !ydro power plantsB Classification of !ydro power plantsB Storage type !ydro power plant and its operationB stimation of power aAailabilityB Selection of water turbinesB Combination of !ydro power plants wit! steam plantsB adAantages and disadAantages of !ydro power points# (# Steam 8&!ermal9 Power Plants> +nalysis of steam power cycles for power plant applicationB Hig! pressure boilers- 'a"ont boiler, 2enson boilerB 'oeffler boilerB @elox boilerB Super pressure steam power plantsB conomiEersB +ir-pre!eatersB Super !eaters and re!eatersB :eed water !eaters# <eneral layout of t!ermal power plantB Site selection for t!ermal power plantB Coal as fuel, classification of coals, analysis of coalB Coal !andlingB 5ead and liAe storageB Combustion of coal> coal burning met!ods, oAerfeed stokers, underfeed stokers, pulAeriEed fuels and burners# +s! !andling and disposalB 5ust collectors# Heat balance s!eet for t!ermal power plants# ,# 5iesel Power Plants> IntroductionB :ield of useB *utline of diesel electric power plantB 5ifferent systems of diesel power plantB Superc!arging of diesel enginesB Performance of diesel power plantB +dAantages and disadAantages of diesel plants oAer t!ermal power p>ants# .# <as &urbine Plants> lements plants# 7# $uclear Power Plants> 2asic t!eory and terminologyB $uclear fission and fusion processesB :ission c!ain reactionB "oderationB :ertile materialsB $uclear fuelsB <eneral components of nuclear reactorB 5ifferent types of reactorsB 2reeder reactorsB $uclear power plants in IndiaB 5isposal of nuclear waste# 3# :luctuating-'oads on Power Plants> IntroductionB 'oad curAesB 5ifferent terms# and definitionsB power plant design and operations# D# conomic +nalysis of Power plants and &ariffs> Cost ot electrical energyB Selection of type of generationB selection of generating ffects of Aariable loads on of plantB &!ermal refinementsB Performance of plantsB <as turbine c!aracteristicsB Comparison wit! ot!er plantsB Combined steam and gas turbine power nergy sources in IndiaB ;ecent deAelopments in power

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