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## Syllabus of B.E. MBA MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 3RD TO 6TH Semester OF PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH

BE MBA integrated(Mechanical Engineering)

Scheme of Examination

Schedule of Teaching Theory Practical / Drawing

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Viva-Voce Total

THIRD SEMESTER

MEC-301 Applied Thermodynamics-1 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC-302 Mechanical Measurements 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

MEC-352 Mechanical Measurements 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC-303 Mechanics of Materials-I 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC-353 Mechanics of Materials-I 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC-354 Machine Drawing 0 0 6 6 150 50 200

MEC-305 Theory of Machines-1 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

ASC-305 Computational Methods 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

IBM301 Organizational Behaviour 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

MEC-357 Vocational Training after 2nd Semester* 40 20 60

Total 18 3 12 33 600 300 900 310 150 460

1360

*These marks are based upon four weeks Vocational Training in the workshop after second semester

(i)

BE MBA integrated(Mechanical Engineering)

Scheme of Examination

Schedule of Teaching Theory Practical / Drawing

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Viva-Voce Total

FOURTH SEMESTER

MEC-401 Mechanics of Materials-II 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC-402 Applied Thermodynamics-|| 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC-452 Applied Thermodynamics-II 0 0 3 3 - - 60 40 100

MEC-403

Design of Machine

Elements-| 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC-453

Design of Mechine

Elements-| 0 0 6 6 - - 60 40 100

MEC-404

Materials & Heat

Treatment 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC-454 MHT Lab 0 0 2 2 25 25 50

MEC-405 Manufacturing Technology-1 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

IBM401 Management of Information Technology 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

Total 18 2 11 31 600 - 300 900 145 105 250

1150

There will be four weeks vocational training after 4th Semester either in the College or in the Factories approved by the Principal / Head of the Department

(ii)

BE MBA integrated(Mechanical Engineering)

Scheme of Examination

Schedule of Teaching Theory Practical / Drawing

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Viva-Vioce Total

FIFTH SEMESTER

MEC 501 Fluid Mechanics 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC 502 Theory of Machines-II 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC 552 Theory of Machines-II 0 0 3 3 - - 60 40 100

MEC 503 Manufacturing Processes-I 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC 553 Manufacturing Processes-I 0 0 3 3 - - 60 40 100

MEC 504 Design of Machines Elements-II 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC 554 Design of Machines Elements-II 0 0 6 6 - - 60 40 100

IBM 501 Marketing Management 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - - -

IBM 502 Human Resource Management 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC 556 Vocational Training - - - - - 100 0 100

after 4th Semester

Total: 18 2 12 32 600 300 900 280 120 400

Total : 1300

(iii)

BE MBA integrated(Mechanical Engineering)

Scheme of Examination

Schedule of Teaching Theory Practical / Drawing

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Viva-Vioce Total

SIXTH SEMESTER

MEC 601 Mechanical Vibrations 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC 651 Mechanical Vibrations 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC 602 Heat Transfer 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC 652 Heat Transfer 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC 603 Robotics 4 0 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC 653 Robotics 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC-604 Fluid Machinery 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC-654 Fluid Machinery 0 0 2 2 60 40 100

MEC 605 Manufacturing Processes-II 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

IBM 601 Managerial Economics 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - - -

IBM 602

Corporate Legal

Environment 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - - -

Total : 22 3 11 36 700 350 1050 240 160 400

Total : 1450

There will be four weeks Vocational Training in the manufacturing concerns after 6th semester

(iv)

SYLLABUS FOR

BE-MBA INTEGRATED (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

THIRD SEMESTER

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MEC 301: Applied Thermodynamics-I

Part A

Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e.4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

1. Reciprocating Air Compressors: (5)

Use of compressed air in industry, classification of air compressors, Operation of single stage

reciprocating compressors, work input and the best index of compression, Its thermal and

polytropic efficiency, Effect of clearance and volumetric efficiency. Multi stage compression

and its advantages. Cylinder arrangements for multi stage compressors. Work input in

multistage compression, Performance of reciprocating compressors. Reciprocating air

motors.

2. Steam Generators: (3)

Classification of steam generators, Boiler mountings and accessories. Utility of steam

accumulation. Principles and operations of steam accumulators. Description of Cochran,

Locomotive, Lancashire, Babcock and Wilcox boilers. Modern high pressure boilers,

Characteristics and advantages of high pressure boilers.

3. Boiler Draught : (3)

Classification, Natural, Forced and Induced draught, Comparison. Estimation of height and

diameter of chimney condition for maximum discharge, Chimney efficiency, Draught losses.

Balanced draught, Power required to drive fan.

4. Performance of Steam Generators : (3)

Evaporation, Equivalent Evaporation, boiler efficiency. Heat loss and boiler plant. Boiler

trial and heat balance.

5. Steam Engine : (5)

Thermodynamic refinement of Ranking cycle. Derivation of work done with clearance and

compression. Performance of simple steam engine, missing quantity. Compounding of steam

engines. Estimation of cylinder dimensions. Governing of simple and compound steam

engines

Part B

6. Nozzles and Diffusers : (3)

Types and utility of nozzles. Flow of steam through nozzles. Effect of friction. Nozzle

efficiency. Critical pressure conditions for maximum discharge. Supersaturated flow.

Classification of diffusers, effect of friction and area change. The converging- diverging

super-sonic diffuser.

7. Impulse Steam Turbine : (4)

General description, pressure and velocity compounding. Velocity diagram and work done.

Effect of blade friction on velocity diagram. Blade efficiency and overall efficiency. Reheat

factor and condition curve.

8. Reaction Turbine : (4)

Degree of reaction, velocity diagrams, blade efficiency and its derivation, calculation of

blade height etc. Requirement of an ideal working fluid, binary vapour cycles, Methods of

attachment of blades to turbine rotor, losses in steam turbine, Labyrinth packing and

governing of steam turbine.

9. Condensers : (3)

Utility of condenser. Elements of condensing plants. Brief description of different types of

condensers. Dalton’s law of partial pressure applied to condenser problems, condenser and

vacuum efficiencies. Cooling water calculations. Effect of air leakage. Methods of checking

and preventing air infiltration. Description of air pump and calculation of its capacity.

10. Elements of Power Plants : (2)

Types of power plants. Selection of site for steam power plants. Base load and peak load of

power plants. Variable load, Heat balance, Economics of power generation. Elements of

nuclear power production.

Books Suggested

1. Dr. Vasandani and Dr. Kumar : Heat Engineering, Metropolitan Co. Pvt. Ltd.,4th edition

Delhi.

2. P. L. Ballaney : Thermal Engineering, Khanna publisher Delhi,2003.

3. Rogers and Mayhew : Engineering Thermodynamics. Work and Heat

transfer, ELBS-Publications, 4th edition, Pearson 2007

4. R.Yadav : Thermodynamics and Heat Engines (vols. I & II),

Central Publishers, Allahabad,2002

5. WAJ Keartan : Steam Turbine Theory and practice, ELBS Series, CBS

publications, 2003.

6. T.D.Eastop & Amc. Conkey : Applied Thermodynamics, ELBS Publications, Pearson

Education, 2005.

MEC 302: Mechanical Measurements

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions four from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part A

1. General Concept : (2)

Need and classification of measurements and instruments: basic and auxiliary functional

elements of a measurement system; Mechanical vs. electrical/electronics instruments,

primary, secondary and working standards.

2. Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Instruments : (5)

Range and span, accuracy and precision, calibration, hysteresis and dead zone, sensitivity

and linearity, threshold and resolution: speed of response, lag, fidelity and dynamic error,

dead time and dead zone.

Zero, first and second order systems and their response to step, ramp and sinusoidal input

signals

3. Error in measurements : (3)

Sources of errors, systematic and random errors. Statistical analysis of test data.

4. Functional elements : (7)

Review of electro-mechanical sensors and transducers – variable resistance,inductance and

capacitive pickups, photo cells and piezo-electric transducers, and application of these

elements for measurement of position/displacement, speed/velocity/acceleration, force and

liquid level etc. Resistance strain gauges, gauge factor, bonded and unbonded gauges, surface

preparation and bonding techniques, signal conditioning and bridge circuits, temperature

compensation, application of strain gauges for direct, bending and torsional loads.

Part B

5. Pressure and Flow Measurement: (5)

Bourdon tube, diaphragm and bellows, vacuum measurement-Mecleod gauge, thermal

conductivity gauge and ionization gauge; Dead weight pressure gauge tester.

Electromagnetic flow meters, ultra-sonic flow meters and hot wire anemometer: Flow

visualization techniques.

6. Temperature Measurement: (5)

Thermal expansion methods- bimetallic thermometers, liquid-in-glass thermometer and

filled-in-system thermometers; thermo-electric sensors-common thermo couples, reference

junction considerations, special materials and configurations: metal resistance thermometers

and thermistors; optical and total radiation pyrometers; calibration standards.

7. Speed, Forces, Torque and Shaft Power Measurement: (4)

Mechanical tachometers, vibration tachometer and stroboscope; proving ring, hydraulic and

pneumatic load cells, torque on rotating shafts, Different types of Dynamometers: electrical

and mechanical.

8. Measurement Systems Applied to Micro & Nanotechnology. (3)

Micro scale sensors, Micro-Motion-Positioning Systems, Particle Instruments and Clean –

Room Technology, Magnetic Levitation Systems for Wafer Conveyors, Scanning- Probe

Microscope Bibliography

BOOKS SUGGESTED:

1. Measurement System: Application and Design by Doebelin E.O., McGraw Hill Publishing

Company,2004 edition.

2. Experimental Method for Engineers by Holman, J. P. McGraw Hill Publication Company,

7th edition.

3. Mechanical Measurement and control by Kumar, D,S., Metropolitan Book Co. Pvt.

Ltd.,3rd edition, New Delhi.

MEC 352 :MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS

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1. Measurement of the area of an object by using a planimeter.

2. Calibration of Pressure-gauge with the help of a dead weight gauge tester.

3. Measurement of temperature using thermistor, thermocouple, resistance temperature

detector.

4. Measurement of speed by photoelectric pick up, electromagnetic pick up, proximity type

sensors.

5. Measurement of light intensity by LDR, photo voltaic cell, photo diode.

6. Measurement of linear displacement by linear motion potentiometer, servo potentiometer,

LVDT, inductive pick up, capacitive pick up.

7. Measurement of load using load cell.

8. Measurement of strain using strain gauge.

9. Measurement of pressure using pressure cell.

10. Measurement of water level by capacitive transducer.

MEC 303 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS-I

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Note: Eight questions to be set in all. Candidates are required to attempt a total of five

questions, selecting at least two questions from each part.

PART – A

1. Thermal Stresses: (2)

Longitudinal stresses in fixed bars of uniform cross-section, temperature effect in

compound bars, stress calculation due to combination of longitudinal and temperature

stresses.

2. Stresses and Strains at an oblique plane: (4)

2-D stress and strain systems, derivation and application of formulae in 2-D stress and

strain system for: Normal stress and strain on any place, shear stress and strain on any

plane, principal stress and strain, maximum shear stress and strain, position of principal

planes, position of maximum shear stress/ strain planes, Mohr’s stress circle.

3. Strain Energy: (4)

Strain energy, strain energy due to gradually applied loads (axial, shear, bending

moment and torque), Strain energy of dilation and distortion due to three principal

stresses, Stress due to suddenly applied and impact loads.

4. Theories of Elastic Failures: (4)

Maximum principal stress, maximum principal strain, maximum shear stress, total strain

energy and distortion energy theories. Comparison and graphical representation of

these theories for 2-Dimensional stress condition, Application of these theories of

failures to 2-D stress problems such as (i) Combined bending and torsion and (ii)

Combined torsion and axial loads

Part B

5. Distribution of Shear Stresses in Beams: (5)

Derivation of general formula and its application to rectangular, triangular, T, Circular

and hollow circular sections, Simple Problems

6. Slope and Deflection: (7)

Relationship between bending moment, slope and deflection, Moment area method,

Method of integration, Macaulay's method, Castigliano's theorem and Maxwell's

theorem of reciprocal deflection (proof not required for these theorems)

Use of all these methods to calculate slope and deflection for cantilever & simply

supported beams with or without overhang under various types of loads and its

combinations

7. Fixed Beams: (7)

Calculation of deflection, fixing moment and reactions by Macaulay's double integration

methods for beams;

a. Fixed at one end and simple supported at other end with or without

overhangs

b. Fixed at both ends :

Under following loads:

i. Uniformly distributed load (UDI)

ii. Uniformly varying loads.

iii. Concentrated loads (one, two, or three etc.).

iv. Combination of the above loads.

Bending moment and Shear Force diagrams for the above cases.

BOOKS SUGGESTED:

1. Mechanics of Materials : Timoshenko & Gere, CBS Delhi, 7th edition.

2. Strength of Materials D.S. Bedi, Khanna Book Publishing Co.

Ltd. Delhi., 18th Edition.

3. Strength of Materials : H. Ryder, Macmillians, London, 3rd edition,

1969.

4. Mechanics of Materials : Hibbler, Pearson Education , 6th edition, 2007.

5. Mechanics of solids : Popov, Edition 2nd , 2009.

6. Mechanics of Materials : Kripal Singh, Standard Publisher, Delhi, 5th

Edition, 2007

7. Introduction to Matlab : Rudrapratap, 2nd edition, 1999.

MEC 353: MECHANICS OF MATERIALS – I

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List of Experiments:

1. Study of wood testing machine and performance of various tests on it.

2. Determine the stiffness of a spring on a spring tester.

3. Determine the hardness of various materials with Brinell. Vicker,s Pyramind and

Rockwell hardness testing.

4. Study of creep testing machine.

5. Study of Fatigue testing machine and perform fatigue test on various materials.

6. Study of Universal Testing Machine and perform tensile, compression, bending and

shear.

7. Determine strain aging phenomenon of given metal.

8. Determine and plot shear stress distribution in various beams through interactive

C./C++ computer programming or using MATLAB.

9. Determination & plot various cylindrical and spherical shells parameters through

interactive C/C++ computer programming or using MATLAB.

MEC 354: Machine Drawing

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The candidates will be required to make minimum of 15 drawing sheets using the software

such as AutoCAD, ProE and Inventor on the following topics as per B.I.S. SP46-1988 for

General Engg. Drawing. First angle method of Projection should be used.

1. Symbols of standard tolerances, machining symbols, Surface finish and welding symbols

2. Free hand sketching of shafts, splined shafts, keys and keyways

3. Form of screw threads, conventional representations of single and start threads, riveted

joints, bolts, studs, screw, locking devices, pipe and pipe fittings.(3 Sheets Min.)

4. Cotter joints, knuckle joints. Pulleys and brackets. (2 Sheets Min.)

5. Flange and muff coupling. Pin type flexible coupling; claw Coupling and cone friction

clutch. (2 Sheets Min.)

6. Footstep bearing, Plummer block, swivel bearing(2 Sheets Min.).

7. Steam engine piston and stuffing box. (2 Sheets Min.)

8. I.C. Engine Piston, connecting rod, cross head and eccentric. (2 Sheets Min.)

9. Machine Tool Parts: Tail stock. (1 Sheet Min)

10. Miscellaneous: Screw jack, drill press vice (1 Sheet Min.)

Note : Students should develop the understanding of study of drawing with reference to

manufacturing processes, projections, assembly drawings and should be able to draw simple

assembly drawings and projections of simple machine parts. The syllabus given above

indicates the broad outlines and the scope of subject to be covered. Teacher concerned may

take suitable examples to make the student understand the topic.

Book Suggested

1. I.S. Code : SP 46 : 1993, Engg. Drg. Practice, Standard Publication

2. A text book of Machine Drawing : V. Lakshmi Narayan & Mathur, Jain Brothers, New

Delhi.

3. Machine Drawing : P.S. Gill, B.D. Kataria & Sons, Ludhiana.10th edition, Katson Pb.

House

MEC-305: THEORY OF MACHINES-1

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e., 4 from each part and students shall be required

to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

PART-A

1. Basic concepts: (3)

Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines, Mechanism, Pairs, Inversions of slider crank chains,

Degrees of freedom, Kutzbach's equation. Grubler criterion and Numerical problems

2. Velocity and Acceleration: (5)

Basic concepts of machines, link, Mechanism, Kinematic chain, relative motion of parts of

Mechanism, displacement, velocity, acceleration diagrams of all basic mechanisms including

quick return motion mechanism. Advance problems on velocity diagrams (relative velocity

method, instantaneous center method).

Acceleration diagram. Coriollis component. Advanced problems involving their application

and torque calculation.

3: Kinematics Synthesis of Mechanism. (4)

Movability, Number synthesis, Frudensteins’s equation. Chebyshev spacing of precision

points, Two and three position synthesis of Four-bar mechanism and slider crank mechanism,

Overlay Method, Block’s method, Transmission angle, Limit position and Least square

techniques.

4: Flywheel and Turning Movement Diagrams: (4)

Turning moment and crank effort diagrams for steam and I.C. engine, dynamics of simple

horizontal and vertical engine. Fluctuation of speed, co-efficient of fluctuation of speed and

energy.

Simple problems on turning moment diagrams and the determination of size of a flywheel

taking centrifugal stresses into consideration.

5: Force Analysis: (4)

Equations of equilibrium, Couple, equilibrium of three force and four force systems, Free

body diagrams, Forces on slider crank mechanism, quick return mechanism, four bar

mechanism and slider crank mechanism with friction at turning pairs and numerical

problems.

PART-B

6: Friction (4)

Efficiency of inclined plane, Friction in V-threads, screw-jack, pivots and collars plate and

cone-clutches, Power lost in friction, friction circle and the friction axis of a link.

7: Belts, Ropes and chains. (4)

Materials, type of drive, idle pulley, intermediate or counter shaft pulley, angle and right

angle drive, quarter turn drive, velocity ratio, crowning of pulley, loose and fast pulleys,

stepped or cone pulleys, ratio of tensions on tight and slack sides of belt. Power transmitted

by belts with consideration of creep and slip, centrifugal tension and its effect on power

transmitted. Use of gravity idler, flat, V-belts and rope material, Length of belt, rope and

chain drive, types of chains.

8: Brakes and Dynamometer: (4)

Types of brakes, principle of friction brakes, band, band and block, internal expanding shoe

brakes, simple Problems of these brakes, description of vacuum brake, types of

dynamometer, measurement of power by Prone brake and rope brake dynamometer, belt

transmission dynamometer, Heenan and Froude’s Hydraulic dynamometer, Bevis- Gibson’s

flash light torsion dynamometer.

9: Governors. (4)

Functions, types and characteristics of governors, Watt, Porter and Proell governors.

Hartnell and Wilson-Hartnell spring loaded governors. Simple numerical problems on these

governors. Sensitivity, stability,Isochronism and hunting of governors, governor effort and

power controlling force curve, effect of sleeve friction.

BOOKS SUGGESTED.

1: Theory of Machines : J. Lal &Shah, Metropoltian Book-seller

&Publishers,New Delhi, 1992

2. Theory of Machines : P.L Ballaney, Khanna Publisher,Delhi1994, 3rd

edition.

3. Theroy of Machines : Shigley, McGraw Hill, 2005, New York

ASC 305: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS

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Part A

1. Matrices and linear system of equations (10)

Linear dependence of Vectors, relation between rank of a matrix and linearly independent

vectors of matrix, similar matrices, characteristic vector and characteristic roots of a matrix,

Cayley-Hamilton Theorem, Consistency of a linear system of a equations, solution of linear

systems, direct method Matrix inversion, Gaussian elimination, method of factorization,

iterative methods--jacobi's method, Gauss-Siedal method, solution of tridiagonal systems.

2. Sequences and series (8)

Sequences, limits of sequences, infinite series, series of positive terms, Integral test,

Comparison test, Ratio test, Root test, Alternating series, Absolute and Conditional

Convergence, Leibnitz test. Power series: radius of convergence of power series, Taylor’s

and Maclaurin’s series, Formulae for remainder term in Taylor and Maclaurin series, Error

estimates.

PART-B

3. Numerical Methods (12)

Numerical differentiation using finite differences, numerical integration using Trapezoidal

rule, Simpson’s one-third rule. Simpson’s Three-eight rule, numerical solution of first order

ordinary differential equations using Taylor’s series method, Picard’s method, Euler’s

method, modified Euler’s method, Runge Kutta method and Predictor-Corrector method,

(Adams method and Milne’s method), Simultaneous differential equation of first order,

higher order ordinary differential equations reducible to simultaneous equations of first order,

ordinary linear differential equations, boundary value problem using finite difference

method.

BOOKS SUGGESTED

1. Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis by S.S.Sastry, Prentice Hall of India,1999.

2. Higher Engg. Mathematics by B.S.Grewal, Khanna Publishers,2006.

IBM 301: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

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Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Part A

Introduction to Organization Behavior [10]

Definition and meaning of OB, impact of other sciences (Anthropology, Sociology,

Psychology) on OB, perception, self esteem, attitude & personality, meaning of culture, impact

of technology on OB.

Motivation, Learning & Leadership [13]

Meaning of Motivation , Content theories of motivation (Maslows Hierarchy of needs

,Herzberg’s two factor theory ), Process theories ( Vroom’s Expectancy theory, Porter-Lawler

Model ), Motivation applied (Job design , job rotation ,goal setting , MBO ), various methods of

motivating employees, Behavioral & Cognitive theories of learning, Leadership theories (Trait

theory, Fiedler’s Contingency theory ,Path –Goal leadership theory), Leadership styles (Blake &

Mouton managerial grid, Hersey & Blanchard’s life cycle approach )

Part B

Group behavior: [10]

Group Dynamics, conflict, power & politics ,Group behavior, types of groups ,group decision

making , conflict in organizations and reason, interpersonal conflict, inter group conflict ,

meaning of power , classification of power , politics in organizations

Organization environment & Communication [12]

Authority & responsibility ,delegation and division of work , quality of work life ,

communication process, modes of communication in organization and barriers to

communication, formal & informal communication,

Recommended Books:

1. Organization Behavior – Stephen .P.Robbins , Prentice Hall of India, international edition,

2002.

2. Organization Behavior- Fred Luthans , McGraw Hill, 11th edition, 2007.

MEC 357: VOCATIONAL TRAINING after 2nd Semester

SYLLABUS FOR

BE-MBA INTEGRATED (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

FOURTH SEMESTER

MEC 401 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS-II

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Part A

1. Cylinders and Spheres (7)

Thin cylindrical and spherical shells under internal pressure, Cylindrical shells with hemispherical ends,

volumetric strain, Thick cylinders, Derivation of Lame's equations, Calculation of radial and longitudinal

stresses and strains in thick cylinders. Compound cylinders: Hub shrunk on solid shaft

2. Rotational Stresses: (7)

a. Rotating Rings. Derivation of formulae and calculations of stresses in rotating rings neglecting

effects of spokes.

b. Rotating Discs- Calculation of stresses in rotating discs with central hole and without central

hole. Disc of uniform strength, Temperature stress in uniform disc.

c. Rotating Cylinders- Derivation of formulae of stresses of rotating cylinders with or without

central hole.

3. Columns and Struts: (3)

Theory of columns, assumptions made in the derivation of Euler’s theory of column, Derivation of

Euler’s equation for various end conditions, Rankine-Gordan’s formula, empirical formula for axially

loaded column and their application.

PartB

4. Bending of Curved Bars: (5)

Curved beam theory and calculation of stresses in

a. Cranes and Chain Hooks

b. Rings

c. Chain links with straight sides of (i) circular (ii) Trapezoidal sections.

5. Springs: (5)

a. Closed coiled helical springs

i. Deflection of free end and strain energy under axial load

ii. Rotation of free end and strain energy under axial couple

iii. Combination of two closed coiled springs in (i) Series (ii) Parallel

b. Leaf Springs Deflection and bending stresses.

c. Open coiled Helical Springs Deflection and rotation of free end and strain energy under

(i) Axial load (ii) Axial couple.

6. Analysis of Plane Frames: (4)

statically determinate and indeterminate, truss, frame, method of joints, simple problems

BOOKS SUGGESTED :

1. Mechanics of Materials : Timoshenko & Gere, CBS Delhi,7th edition

2. Strength of Materials : D.S. Bedi, Khanna Book Publishing Co.

Ltd. Delhi,2000. Edition 18.

3. Strength of Materials : H. Ryder, Macmillians, London,1969, 3rd edition.

4. Mechanics of Materials : Johston and Beer TMH, 5th edition

5. Mechanics of Solids : Popov , TMH,2001.

6. Mechanics of Materials : Kripal Singh, Standard Publisher, Delhi, 5th Edition.

7. Mechanics of Materials : Lehri, S.K.Kataria, 2006.

MEC 402: APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS II

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a

total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part-A

1. Thermodynamics of I.C. Engines:

1.1 Introduction: I C Engine classification; Operation of two stroke and four stroke reciprocating I.C.

Engines and rotary (Wankel) engine and their comparison. Comparison of SI and CI engines, Otto

Cycle – The Ideal Cycle for SI Engines Diesel Cycle – The Ideal Cycle for CI Engines. Deviation of

actual cycles from ideal cycles. Pressure- Time diagram for I.C. Engines. (3)

1.2 Combustion in SI Engines: Combustion in S.I. Engines, Combustion phenomenon, flame speed,

ignition delay, effect of engine variables on Delay Period, abnormal combustion, preignition,

detonation, effect of various engine parameters on detonation, effect of detonation on engine

performance and methods employed to reduce detonation. Combustion chamber design for S.I.

Engines (3)

1.3 Combustion in CI Engines: Combustion in C.I. Engines, Combustion phenomenon, Delay period,

Diesel Knock, CI engine combustion chambers, High speed cinematography for combustion

visualization- a brief note (2)

1.4 Fuels: rating of SI Engines fuels; cetane ratings of CI Engine fuels, Octane and Cetane numbers (2)

1.5 Performance of IC engines: Performance curves of C.I. and S.I engines. Overall IC engine

performance (engine sizing, mean effective pressure (MEP), power and torque) Effect of

compression ratio and of air fuel ratio on power and efficiency of an engine: Variation of engine

power with altitude, supercharging, its advantages and its applications, types of superchargers (2)

2. Gas Turbines:

Position of gas turbine in power industry; Classification of Gas turbines: on the basis of system of

operation and on the basis of combustion (at constant volume, or at constant pressure).

Thermodynamics of constant pressure gas turbine cycle: calculation of net output, work ratio and thermal

efficiency of ideal and actual cycles; cycle air rate, temperature ratio; effect of change in Sp. heat and

mass of fuel on power and efficiency. Operating variables and their effects on thermal efficiency and

work ratio.

Thermal refinements and their effects on gas turbine cycle .i.e. gas turbine cycle with regeneration, inter

cooling and reheating; multistage compression and expansion , pressure losses in heat exchangers and

combustion chambers.

Comparison of gas turbine with a steam turbine and I.C. engine. Field of application of gas turbines. (6)

Part B

3. Aircraft Propulsion using gas turbine:

Principle of propulsion thrust work and thrust power, propulsion efficiency, Overall thermal efficiency,

specific fuel consumption. Intake and Propelling nozzle efficiencies. classification and comparison of ram

jets, turbojets, turbo props, pulse jets and rockets

Thermodynamics cycle analysis and efficiencies of propulsive devices of turbojet engine, Advantages and

disadvantages of jet propulsion over other propulsion systems. Variation of thrust and SFC with flight

conditions for a given engine. Fields of application of various propulsion units. (4)

4. Rotary Compressors:

Introduction and general classification of rotary compressors: Comparison of rotary compressors with

reciprocating compressor

Stagnation and static values of pressure, temperature and enthalpy etc, for flow through rotary machines.

4.1 Positive Displacement Compressors: Operation of positive displacement type of rotary Compressor

like Roots Blower, Screw Compressor and Vane type Blower. (2)

4.2 Centrifugal Compressors: Principle of operation, components of a centrifugal compressor. Complete

thermodynamics analysis of centrifugal compressor stage, polytropic, isentropic and Isothermal

efficiencies; work done and pressure rise. Velocity vector diagrams for centrifugal compressors and

power calculation, preguide vanes and prewhirl, slip factor, power input factor; degree of reaction and its

derivation, energy transfer in backward, forward and radial vanes; Pressure coefficient as a function of

Slip Factor, efficiency and outcoming velocity profile from the impeller.

Non-dimensional parameters for plotting compressor characteristics; Surging and choking in centrifugal

compressor.

Field of application of centrifugal compressor. (5)

4.3 Axial Flow compressors

Components of axial flow compressor and their arrangement, Principle of operation, velocity vector

diagrams, thermodynamics analysis and power calculation; Factors affecting stage pressure rise, work

done factor; Degree of reaction and blade Efficiency and their derivation; Isentropic, polytropic and

isothermal efficiencies.

Surging, choking and stalling in axial flow compressors. Characteristic curves for axial flow

compressors, Flow parameters of Axial Flow Compressors like Pressure Coefficient, Flow Coefficient,

Work Coefficient and Temperature rise coefficient, specific speed etc.

Comparison of Axial Flow Compressors with Centrifugal Compressors. Field of application of Axial

Flow Compressors (5)

BOOKS SUGGESTED:

1. Thermodynamics and Heat Engines Vol. II. : R. Yadav, Dhanpat Rai, & sons Delhi,1989.

2. Gas Turbine Theory. : Cohan H. and Rogers G.F.C. HIH

Sarvanamuttoo, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill.

3. Fundamentals of compressible flow with aircraft and rocket propulsion: S. M. Yahya,3rd edition,

New age International.

4. Principles of Turbo machinery. : D. Shepherd, Macmillan Pub. Co.,5th edition.

5. Thermodynamics An Engineering Approach : Yunus A. Cengel and Michael A. Boles,

McGraw-Hill, Inc,2005,6th edition.

6. Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering Technologists T. D. Eastop and A. McConkey, 5th

Edition, Prentice Hall.

7. I.C. Engines Fundamentals : J. B. Heywood, McGraw Hill, 3rd Edition,

MacMillian

8. I.C.Engine : V.Ganeshan,Tata McGraw-Hill, 3rd edition.

9. Aircraft & Missile propulsion : Zucrow, 1st edition, New work, Wiley.

10. Gas Turbine : V Ganesan , 2nd edition,Tata McGraw-Hill

11. Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion : Peterson, Prentice Hall, 2nd edition.

MEC 452 : APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS-II

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List of Experiments.

1. Study of constructional details, cooling system, Lubrication system and Fuel Flow system of following

Engines;

Two stroke and four stroke Diesel engine.

Four stroke Petrol Engine.

2. To find the mechanical and thermal efficiency of a Diesel Engine.

3. To draw the valve timing diagram for a Diesel Engine

4. Determination of B.H.P. at various loads (pump being given fixed setting not to be changed by

governor) for a Diesel Engine/Semi Diesel Engine. Graphical representation of B.H.P. and torque with

speed and its interpretation.

5. Trial of a Diesel Engine/Semi Diesel Engine. Determination of B.H.P., fuel consumption ,I.H.P. and

mechanical efficiency at various loads (speed parameters constant). Discussion on variation of thermal

efficiency and specific fuel consumption with B.H.P.

6. To estimate the indicated power, friction power and mechanical efficiency of a multi cylinder petrol

engine when running at constant speed under constant settings of a carburetor (Morse test).

7. To obtain a power consumption curve, thermal and mechanical efficiency curve for the four stroke

diesel engine when tested over a range of power from no load to full load. Also to draw up the heat

balance sheet for this range of output of power.

8. Study of multi cylinder diesel engine.

MEC 403: DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a

total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Design data book is allowed in the

examination hall.

PART-A Lectures

1 Introduction:

Scope and meaning of design with special reference to machine design,

design process, codes and standards, economic aspects of design, safety

aspects of design, introduction to computer–aided design and engineering.

(4)

2 General Design Considerations: (6)

Mechanical behavior of materials, statistical nature of material properties,

selection of materials.

Concept of tearing, bearing, shearing, crushing, bending etc., stress and

strength, stress concentration under static and dynamic loading, notch

sensitivity, methods of avoiding stress concentration, fatigue loading,

mechanism of fatigue failure, S-N diagram, endurance limit, endurance

strength, design stresses for fatigue loading.

Fits, tolerances and surface finish

3 Fasteners: (8)

Screws and bolts:

Design of screws, preloaded bolts, bolts subjected to shear, tension and

torque, Design of eccentrically loaded bolted joints

Riveted Joints:

Types of failures of riveted joints, strength and efficiency of a riveted

joint, design of butt and lap joints of a boiler, design of Lozenge joint,

design of eccentrically loaded riveted joints

Welded Joints:

Types of failures of welded joints, strength of a welded joint, design of

eccentrically loaded riveted joints

Design of cotter joint, design of knuckle joint

4 Shafts, Keys and Couplings:

Design of shafts subjected to torsional loading, bending loading, and axial

loading and combined loading, design of shafts based on rigidity concept.

Types of keys, effect of keyway on strength of shaft, design of keys under

different loading conditions.

Types of couplings, design of sleeve coupling, clamp coupling, slip

coupling, Oldham coupling and pin type flexible coupling.

(4)

PART-B

5 Levers:

First, second and third types of levers, Design of hand lever, foot lever,

bell crank lever.

(4)

6 Pipes and Pipe Joints:

Design of pipes, design of circular, oval and square flanged pipe joints.

(4)

7 I.C. Engine Parts:

Design of Piston, cylinder and connecting rod.

(4)

8 Power Screws:

Various types of threads used in power screw drives, conditions for selflocking

and overhauling, efficiency of power screw drives, stresses

developed in screws, design procedure for power screw drives like screw

jack etc.

(6)

Books Suggested:

1 Design of Machine Members Vallance and Doughite, McGraw Hill, New

York, 2005,John Wiley,3rd edition

2 Machine Design P.H.Black, McGraw Hill, New York, 2005,

International Edition.

3 Machine Design Oxford University, J.E.Shigley, McGraw Hill,

New York, 2005,3rd edition

4 Text Book of Machine Design P.C.Sharma and D.K.Aggarwal, S.K.Kataria

and Sons, New Delhi, 2005, 2nd edition.

5 Machine Design R.C.Behl and V.K. Goel, Standard Publishers,

2003, 2nd revised edition.

6 Machine Design L.Robert, Norton, Pearson Education, 2005,2nd

edition

7 Machine Design J. K. Gupta and R.S. Khurmi, Eurasia Pub.

House (Pvt.) Ltd., New Delhi, 2005,2nd edition,

Khanna publication.

7 Elements of Machine Design V.B.Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,

2005, 2nd edition

MEC 453: DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I

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Design assignment to be given so as to cover the syllabus outlined in MEC 403

MEC 404: MATERIALS & HEAT TREATMENT

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

PART A

1. Structure of crystalline solids (6)

Fundamental concepts of unit cell space lattice, Bravais space lattices, unit cells for cubic

structure & HCP, study of stacking of layers of atoms in cubic structure & HCP, calculations of

radius, Coordination Number and Atomic Packing Factor for different cubic structures, Crystal

directions and planes, Miller indices.

2. Crystal Imperfections (3)

Point Imperfections, Line, Surface and volume imperfections- their types and

significance.

3. Engineering Materials (7)

Classification of materials; Types, properties and application of CI, Carbon Steels, Alloy Steel, IS

code for designation of steels, Stainless Steel, High Speed Steel- properties and applications.

4. Phase Transformations (3)

Types of Phase transformation; Stages of phase transformation, Homogeneous nucleation and

heterogeneous nucleation, Crystal growth.

PART B

5. Solid solutions, Phase diagrams: (9)

Solid solutions, Types. Phase diagrams: Basic terms, phase rule, cooling curves, construction of

phase diagrams, interpretation of equilibriums diagrams, Types of phase diagrams, Lever rule.

Detailed study of Iron-Carbon equilibrium diagram and explanation of various connected terms,

TTT diagram, and CCT diagram.

6. Heat Treatment Process (4)

Heat treatment processes for steel – Annealing, Normalizing, Spheroidizing, Hardening,

Tempering, Austempering and Martempering.

7. Case Hardening and Surface Hardening (4)

Introduction, Fundamentals of case hardening, Carburizing methods, Nitriding, Carbo-nitriding,

Cyaniding, Surface hadening methods, Measurement of case depth.

Suggested Books:

1. Introduction to Material Science for Engineering James F.Shackel ford. Pearson,

Prentice Hall, New Jersy,6th edition

2. Physical Metallurgy, Principles & Practices V.Raghavan, PHI,New Delhi, 2nd

edition.

3. Materials Science & Engineering- An Introduction William D.Callister Jr.Wiley

India Pvt. Ltd., 7th edition.

4. Engineering Foundation of Material Science and Smith, 3rd Edition McGraw Hill, 5th Ed.

Engineering

5. Introduction to Physical Metallurgy Avner, 2002, Tata McGraw-Hill

6. Elements of Machine Design V.B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw

Hill,New Delhi, 2nd edition.

MEC 454: Materials & Heat Treatment Lab

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1. Study of different engineering materials and their mechanical properties.

2. To study microstructure of following materials:-

Hypo-eutectoid steel and Hyper-eutectoid steel

Hypo-eutectic and Hyper eutectic steel

Grey and White Cast iron

3. Study of microstructure and hardness of steel at different rate of cooling.

4. Heat treatment: Annealing, Normalizing, Hardening and Tempering of steel. Hardness studies of

heat-treated samples.

5. Study of metallurgical microscope. Metallographic preparation of metals and alloys.

6. Hardness testing of metals on Vickers scale

7. Interpretation of microstructures.

8. Evaluation of mechanical properties of metallic materials by conducting following tests:

Hardness test(Vicker, Brinell and Rockwell Test)

Charpy Impact test

Tension Tests

Fatigue test

9. Study of testing machines.

10. Means of determining crystal structures ( X-ray and Electron Diffraction method)

11. Specimen preparation and microstructure studies using Metallurgical and Scanning electron

microscope.

MEC405- Manufacturing Technology-I

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

PART-A

Total Lectures: 38

1. Mechanics of metal cutting: (5)

Methods of machining, Types of chips, Tool signature, Shear angle determination, Forces in metal

cutting, Merchant diagram, Tool wear, Tool life, Economics of metal cutting, machinability.

2. Analysis of Metal forming Processes: (5)

Analytical theory of metal forming, Classification of forming processes, effect of variables,

Methods of analysis, open die forging, Plain strain and axi-symmetric forging, rolling load estimation,

Drawing stress in Wire/rod drawing, Calculation of extrusion pressure.

3. Jigs and Fixture Design. (5)

Principles of jig and fixture design, Principles of Degrees of Freedom, Method of location and clamping,

Various devices for location and clamping, Indexing devices, Hydraulic and pneumatic actuation of

clamping devices, Jig bushes, Use of standard parts for jig design, types of drilling jigs, Milling fixtures,

Lathe fixtures, Grinding fixtures and their classification.

4. Die Design: (5)

Components of die design, design of die blocks, punches and strippers, methods of holding punches,

sketches of stock stops. Design procedure for progressive dies, compound dies and combination dies for

press tool operation, Forging die design for drop and machine forging parts.

PART-B

(5):Tool Layout for Turrets. (3)

Characteristics of Turret lathes. Differences between Capstan and Turret lathes, Methods of holding jobs

on the Turret lathe. Universal Chucking equipment, Universal Bar equipment. Operation sheet and tool

layout.

6. Tool Layout for Automatics. (3)

Classification of Automatics: Turret type automatic, tool layout procedure, time required for each

operation, operation sheet, tool layout cam layout.

7. Tooling Costs: (4)

Estimating costs of a product, Estimating costs of tools, Economics of tooling, Break even point analysis,

Minimum cost analysis.

8. Gauges: (4)

Limits and fits, Plain Gauges, Types of gauges, Fundamental of gauge design, Gauge makers tolerance,

allowance for wear, practical application of Taylor’s principles of limit gauging, care of gauge, limitation

of limit gauging.

9. Surface Finish (4)

Elements of surface finish. Factors affecting surface finish , Effect of surface quality on functional

properties of machine parts, evaluation of surface finish, Indian standards on surface finish, Measurement

of surface finish, Relationship of surface finish to the production methods. Finishing operation like

honing, lapping, buffing, super finishing etc.

BOOK SUGGESTED:

1. Cole, C. B. : Tool Design, American Technical Society Pub., Chicago,1963.

2. Donaldson : Tool Design, McGraw Hill, New York, III rd edition, Tata McGraw-Hill

3. ASTME : Fundamental of Tool Design, Prentice Hall, 3rd edition, Society of Manufacturing

Engineers.

4. P.C. Sharma : A Textbook of production Engineering, S. Chand Publication,

New Delhi, 2nd edition.

IBM 401 : MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Part A

Information Technology (IT) [8]

IT and society, IT infrastructure in India vis-à-vis developed nations (Telecommunication ,

Internet reach, PC, Broadband ,Mobile Phones ), IT applications in Healthcare & Education ,

meaning of E-Readiness and E-participation index as defined by United Nations, areas where

growth is expected in future.

System Investigation & Analysis , Networking [8]

System Analysis & Design , Symbols used in modeling a business process , Networking

concepts, Ethernet ,IP addressing, Functioning of Routers, Bridges, hubs and switches in a

network, Telecommunication (GSM, CDMA , Wireless and other new technologies)

Internet & Intranet [7]

Functioning of Internet, Encryption & Digital signatures, Firewalls, Fraud on the Internet ,Virus

, Hacking & Denial of Service attacks, Intellectual Property Protection on the Internet, Intranet &

security

Part B

E-Commerce & E-Governance [12]

E-Commerce models , Intermediaries in E-Commerce, E-Governance in India ,study of

successful E-Governance models like E-Choupal ,E-Payments (E-Cash, E-Wallets) and major

players in the area, Online Shopping, Revenue models for Online Shopping Portals, Web

Auctions like EBay, dealing with E-Waste.

Knowledge Management & Business Intelligence [10]

Meaning of Knowledge Management, Designing a Knowledge Management System, Nature &

Scope of Business Intelligence, Software for Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Data

Mining techniques.

Recommended Books:

1. Data warehousing fundamentals – Paulraj Ponniah, John Wiley,2001.

2. E-Governance : A comprehensive framework , D.N.Gupta, New Century Publications,2008.

3 Business Data Communications & Networking , Jerry FitzGerald , Alan Dennis, John Wiley,

8th edition.

4 Applied Data Communication:A Business-Oriented Approach, , James E.Goldman, John

Wiley, 3rd edition.

5.Information Technology for Management : Improving Performance in the Digital Economy ,

Efraim Turban , Linda Volonino , John Wiley, 7th edition.

SYLLABUS FOR

BE-MBA INTEGRATED (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

FIFTH SEMESTER

MEC-501 Fluid Mechanics

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Note: - Eight questions to be set in all. Candidates are required to attempt five questions

selecting at least two questions from each part. S. I. units to be strictly followed. Part A questions

to be set from topics 1 and 2 while part B questions are to be set from topics 3 and 4.

Part-A

1. Incompressible Frictionless Flow :

Potential flow: Uniform flow, plane source and sink flows, potential vortex flow, flow past half

body, doublet, flow around circular cylinder, flow past rankine oval body and flow past a cylinder

with circulation. 8

2. Incompressible Flow with Friction:

Concepts of boundary layer, boundary layer parameters (thickness, displacement thickness,

momentum thickness, energy thickness and shape factor), equilibrium equation, derivation of

Navier stokes equations of motion for incompressible viscous (constant viscosity), laminar flow in

rectangular coordinates and their applications, Prandtl’s boundary layer equations. Details of

Blassius solution of Prandl’s boundary layer equations for flat plate (no derivations) and its

applications for finding drag co-efficient, local skin friction coefficient, velocity distribution and

drag force for flat plate.

Von- karman –Momentum –integrals equation and its applications to laminar boundary layer with

cubic profile. Application of Van- Karman Momentum integral equation to turbulent flow,

boundary layer for smooth flat plate( Drag coefficients and drag forces), Boundary layer

separation and prevention. 10

Part-B

3. Compressible- Isentropic Flow in Ducts (with negligible elevation changes)

Propagation of small weak disturbance ( velocity of sound),Mach number and Mach cone,

Continuity, momentum and energy equation for steady flow (one dimensional case only),Pipe flow

problems , variation of stagnation parameters with mach numbers, compressibility correction

factor, flow through nozzles & diffusers, changes of density, velocity, temperature, pressure &

area with Mach number in a variable area flow duct, critical throat area related to Mach number,

effect on convergent divergent nozzle parameters along the length of the nozzle with a variation of

back pressure(discussion only). 10

4. Flow around immersed a Bodies,(Drag and Lift):-

Introduction, Drag force, Lift & Drag coefficients, stream- line & bluff bodies. Drag on a circular

cylinder, Drag on a sphere Drag and lift on an airfoil, circulation & lift on a circular cylinder,

circulation and lift on an airfoil. 8

Books Suggested:-

1. Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Power : D.S. Kumar, Katson Publishing

Engineering House, Ludhiana., 8th edition

2. Mechanics of Fluid : I.H. Shames, McGraw Hill New

York.4th edition.

3. Fluid Mechanics : V.L. Streeter and E.B. Wylie, 9th Ed,

McGraw Hill New York.

4. Elementary Fluid Mechanics. : J.K. Vernnard. John Wiley, 4th

edition, New York

5. Fluid Mechanics with Engg. Application : E. John Finnemore, Tata Mcgrawhill

India, 10th edition.

6. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics : Fox, Wiley India Pvt Ltd, 2nd edition.

MEC-502 Theory of Machines-II

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part-A

1. Inertia Forces in Mechanism

Determination of Forces and couples for a link, inertia of reciprocating parts, dynamically

equivalent system. Analytical and graphical methods, inertia force analysis of basic engine

mechanism (crank, connecting rod and piston etc). Torque required to overcome inertia and

gravitational force of a four bar linkage. 5

Lower Pairs: -

Universal Joint: - single and double, calculation of maximum torque, Oldham’s Coupling, steering

mechanism including. AcKermann’s and Davis steering mechanism. Mechanisms with lower pairs,

pantograph, exact and approximate straight line motion, engine indicator, elliptical trammel.

Elementary knowledge of Kinematic synthesis of linkage by graphical and analytical methods. 4

Gyroscope:-

Definition, axis of spin, axis of precession gyroscope, gyroscopic couple, Gyroscope effect on the

momentum of ships and vehicle, ship stabilization, stability of automobile and locomotive taking a

turn. 5

2. Cams

Types of cams and followers, definition – basic circle & least radius, angle of ascent, dwell,

descent & action. Displacement, velocity and acceleration diagrams for the followers with uniform

velocity motion, simple harmonic motion, uniform acceleration and retardation, determination of

maximum velocity, acceleration and retardation, analysis of follower motion for pre-specified cam

profiles (tangent cams and convex cams). 7

Part-B

3. Balancing

Classification , need for balancing, balancing for simple and multiple masses, static and dynamic

balancing – Primary and secondary balancing for reciprocating masses, inside and outside the

cylinder locomotive balancing, swaying couple and variation of tractive effort, partial balancing of

locomotive, balancing of the coupled locomotives and its advantages multicylinder in the line

engines ( primary and secondary balancing conditions and their applications ), balancing of Vengines

balancing machines (Static balancing M/c: dynamic balancing M/c, universal balancing

M/c), introduction of balancing of the flexible rotors. 7

4. Gears

Toothed gears are their uses, types of toothed gears (spur gears, internal spur gears, spur &rack,

bevel gears, helical gears, double helical gears, spiral gears, worm gears) definitions, pitch circle

diameter, pitch surface, pitch point, circular pitch, diametric pitch, module pitch, addendum,

dedendum, clearance addendum circle, outside diameter, internal diameter, dedendum circle, root

diameter ,base.

Base circle diameter, face and flank of tooth, fillet, angle of obliquity or pressure angle, path of

contact, arc of contact, arc of approach, condition for correct gearing, forms of teeth, cycloid and

its teeth variants epicycloids and hypocycloid, involute methods of drawing in involute and

cycloidal curves, interference in involute gears and methods of its removal, comparison of involute

and cycloidal gear systems. 8

5. Gear Trains

Types of gear trains single and compound epicyclic gear trains, Problems involving their

applications, estimation of velocity ratio of worm and worm wheel, helical and spiral gears

(Determination of No. teeth, spiral angle and efficiency). 5

Books Suggested:-

1. Mechanism and Machine Theory : Ambekar A.G., Prentice-Hall of India,2007.

2. Theory of Machines : S S Rattan, Tata McGraw- Hill, 2nd edition.

3. Theory of Machines : Shigley, Tata McGraw Hill, New York, 2nd sub

edition.

4. Mechanism & Machine Theory : J.S. Rao & R.V Dukhipati, Wiley Eastern Ltd.

New Delhi , 3rd edition.

MEC-552 Theory of Machines-II

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Note: Minimum of ten experiments has to be performed.

1. Perform following practicals on Cam Analysis Machine.

(a) To plot the n – θ (follower displacement Vs angle of cam rotation) curves for

different cam follower pairs.

(b) To study the effect of follower weight on bounce.

(c) To study the effect of spring compression on bounce.

(d) The test can be repeated by changing compression springs, follower weights & cam

speed.

2. To find out critical speed experimentally and to compare the whirling Speed of a

Shaft with Theoretical values, when

(a) Both ends directionally fixed.

(b) One end fixed and other free.

(c) Both ends directionally free.

3. To perform the experiment of balancing of rotating parts and find the unbalanced

couple and forces with the help of Static & Dynamic balancing set up.

4. (a) To study the gyroscopic effect of a rotating disc.

(b) Experimental justification of the equation T = I w. wp for calculating the

gyroscopic couple by observation and measurement of results for independent variation

in applied couple T and precession wp.

5. To perform the following practicals on Journal Bearing Apparatus.

(a) To study the pressure profile of lubricating oil at various conditions of load and speed.

(b) To measure the frictional torque & power transmitted.

(c) To plot the Cartesian pressure curve.

6. To perform the following practicals on Universal Governor Apparatus.

(a) Determination the characteristics of sleeve position against speed for all governors.

(b) Determination the characteristics curves of radius of rotation against controlling force

for all governors.

(c) To study the effect of varying the mass of central sleeve for porter and proell

governors.

(d) To study the effects of varying initial spring compression for Hartnell Governor.

7. To find the Coriolli's component of acceleration and verify the result.

8. Plot pressure variation curve in longitudinal and transverse direction of a pad for various

speeds and pad inclination, of Michell Tilting pad bearing apparatus.

9. To perform the following practicals on Slip & Creep Measurement Apparatus.

(a) To measure the co-efficient of friction between pulley material and

different belt material.

(b) To measure the power transmitted with varied belt tensions.

(c) To measure percentage slip at fixed belt tension by varying load on the brake drum

and plot the graph of ( T1 – T2 ) Vs percentage slip i.e. slip characteristics.

(d) To study the creep of the belt.

10. To perform the following practicals on Epicyclic Gear-Train Apparatus.

(a) To measure epicyclic gear ratio between input shaft & output shaft.

(b) To measure input torque, holding torque and output torque to verify the Torque

equation: Ti + Th + To = 0.

11. To study the working and construction of D-slide valve, Stephenson link motion, Allan

link motion, Gooch link motion, Walschaert valve gear and different inversions of single

slider crank chain and double slider crank chain mechanism and describe their relative

merits.

12. (a) Find the moment of inertia of a given body with the help of Fly-wheel.

(b) Calculate the minimum possible periods of oscillation if the point of

suspension may be moved .

13. Find out experimentally the viscosity of the given fluid under varying conditions

temperature and pressure and draw the graphs – Viscosity Vs Temp. and Viscosity Vs

Pressure.

14. To study and calculate the influence of inertia upon velocity and acceleration with the

help of influence of inertia upon velocity and acceleration model.

MEC-503 Manufacturing Processes-I

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1. Foundry : (a) Definition , patterns, difference between pattern and casting , type of patterns,

pattern allowances, co lour scheme on patterns, moulding material ,types of moulds , moulding

techniques, cores , core boxes, directional solidification of casting, gates , gating system and

design , riser. 6

(b) die-casting and shell moulding, investment casting, continuous casting , cleaning, finishing,

inspection of casting , classification of defects, salvage of defective casting. Construction &

working of cupola furnace, electric furnaces, induction furnace. 6

2. Metal Forming: (a) Definition and classification of metal forming, type of rolling, hot rolling,

rolling mills, forging, smith forging, drop forging, machining forging and press forging, defects

in forging. 4

(b) pipe and tube manufacture, extrusion, hot spinning, drawing and cupping, piercing, cold

rolling, wire drawing, rod and tube drawing, metal spinning, coining, embossing and shot

peening, sheet metal working operations, piercing, blanking, bending and drawing, punch and

die setup, presses. 8

3. Powder Metallurgy : Definition and classification , of metal powder, advantages and limitation,

metal powder product , method of producing powders, briquetting and sintering, hot iso-static

Processing , sizing and finishing operation. 4

4. Welding: (a) Definition and classification, types of welded joints, weldabillity, Gas welding:

oxy-acetylene welding, equipment, lighting up, type of flames, welding techniques, welding of

cast iron, flame cutting, advantages and limitations Electric arc welding : principle, metal

transfer in arc welding, straight & reverse polarity in AC & DC, relative merits & demerits,

various electric arc welding processes, coding & selection of welding electrodes. 5

(b) TIG, MIG welding processes, electric resistance welding, spot, butt, seam, upset, projection

& high frequency resistance welding, thermit welding, brazing and soldering, description of

special welding techniques, choice of process for welding, defects in welding joint, their causes

and remedies. 7

Books Suggested:

1. Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Process, Tata McGraw Hill: Cambell, 2005

2. Workshop Technology (Vol I, II, & III Oxford & IBM Publications: Chapman), 3rd

edition.

3. Materials and Process in Manufacturing: E Paul Degarmo, Wiley publications, 10th

edition.

4. Manufactring Process : P.C.Sharma, S Chand & Co., 10th edition.

MEC-553 Manufacturing Processes-I

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Laboratory Work: Experimental work pertaining to study & use of sand testing equipment,

Relevant shop floor exercises involving practice in pattern making, sand casting, machining

(exercises on lathe, milling machine, shaper etc.), welding (Performance on any two techniques

MIG/TIG /Gas/Resistance welding), Application of sheet metal fabrication techniques, fitting

work.

MEC 504: Design of Machine Elements –II

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part –A

Types of mechanical drives and their applications. Factors influencing the choice of a

mechanical drive. 4

Design of following mechanical drives and their components.

(i) Design of belt and rope drives including selection and type of a belt and design of

pulleys. 5

(i) Design of chain drives including section of type of chain. 3

(ii) Design of gear drives, factors influencing the choice of a gear .Design details of

spur, helical, worm and bevel gears. 6

Part-B

(iv) Selection of a sliding and rolling type of bearings. Design of Journal bearing.

Details of bearing housings. 6

(v) Design of Flywheels. 4

(vi) Concept of positive contact clutches, Design of friction contact clutches (Axial &

Radial).Brakes (Band, Band & Block and Pivoted block brakes with long shoes).

Internal Expanding Shoe Brakes. 6

(vii) Design of Spring – Helical and Leaf springs. 6

Suggested Books:

1. Fundamentals of Machine Component Design : Robert C. Juvinall, Willey

Publications, 3rd edition

2. Machine Design : J. E. Shigley Mischke, 5th edition

Tata McGraw Hill.

3. Text Book of Machine Design : P.C.Sharma S.K.Kataria & Sons,2009

4. Machine Design : R.C.Behl & V.K.Geol,

Standard Publishers, Delhi,2002.

5. Machine Design –An All Integrated Approach : R.L.Norton,Pearson Education,3rd

edition

6. A Text Book of Machine Design : R.S.Khurmi, J.K. Gupta, S.Chand

Publishers, New Delhi, 13th

edition, 2005.

MEC-554 Design of Machine Elements –II

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Note: Design assignments so as to cover the principles outlined in MEC-504 such as:

1. Design of belt and rope drive.

2. Design of pulleys.

3. Design of chain derives.

4. Design of gear involving spur, helical, worm and bevel gears.

5. Design of flywheels.

6. Design of brakes.

7. Design of clutches.

8. Exercise on selection of sliding bearings.

9. Exercise on selection of rolling bearings.

10. Design of journal bearings

11. Design of flexible and hydraulic coupling.

12. Details of bearing housings.

13. Study of selection of mechanical drive.

14. Factors influencing the choice of gear drive.

15. Factors influencing the choice of selection of type of belt

IBM 501 : MARKETING MANAGEMENT

L T P 3 0 0

Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Objectives: (i) To understand the nature, tasks and the environment under which marketing

operates. (ii) To study the theory, principles and practical aspects of various marketing functions.

(iii) To learn to take marketing decisions.

Part A

Introduction to Marketing: [5]

Definition; Scope and Importance of Marketing; Key Customer Markets; Concepts/Philosophies

of Marketing; Holistic Marketing Concept; Marketing Tasks; Marketing Mix

Marketing Environment: [5]

Marketing Environment; New Marketing Realities; New Consumer Capabilities; Demographic

Environment; Social-Cultural Environment; Natural Environment; Technological Environment

and Political-Legal Environment; SWOT analysis.

Analyzing Markets: [5]

Marketing Research Process; Sources of data collection; factors influencing consumer behavior;

buying decision process; post-purchase behavior; Organizational Buying; Stages in the Buying

Process.

Market Segmentation: [6]

Levels of market segmentation; segmenting consumer markets; Niche Marketing; segmenting

business markets; Michael Porter’s five forces model; Analyzing competitors; strategies for

market leaders; Targeting and Positioning.

Part B

Product Decisions: [6]

Product characteristics; classifications; differentiation; packaging and labeling; Product Life

Cycle.

Pricing Strategies: [6]

Understanding Pricing; Setting the Price; Initiating and Responding to Price Changes; Reactions

to Competitor’s Price Changes.

Marketing Channels: [6]

Marketing Channels; Role of Marketing Channels; Identifying Major Channel Alternatives;

Types of Intermediaries; Channel-Management Decisions, Retailing, Wholesaling.

Marketing Communication: [6]

The Role of Marketing Communications; Communications Mix-Advertising, Sales Promotion,

Public Relations and Publicity, Events and Experiences, Direct and Interactive Marketing,

Personal Selling.

References:

1. Kotler, P. Keller K.I. et al: Marketing Management, A South Asian Perspective,12th edition,

Prentice Hall.

2. Ramaswamy, V.S. & Namakumari, S: Marketing management, planning, implementation

and control,Mc-Millian.

3. Hepner H.W.: Modern Marketing- Dynamics and Management, Vol 7.

James M. Carman and Kenneth P. Phillips and Duncan: Marketing Principles and

Methods,1965.

4. Britt and Boyd (ed): Marketing Management and Administration, McGraw-Hill.

5. Cundiff, W.F. and Still R,: Basic Marketing, 2007

6. Converse Paul and Harvey W.Hugg: Elements of Marketing, Prentice Hall, 2002.

7. Kotler, Philip and Armstrong: Principles of marketing, New Delhi, PHI, 1997, 12th edition.

8. Hoffman, Douglas, K., et al: Marketing, Best Practices, South-western college Publication,

3rd edition.

9. Saxena, R: Marketing Management, Tata McGraw-Hill.

IBM 502: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

L T P 3 0 0

Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Objectives: The objective of the paper is to make student aware of the various functions and

importance of the HR department in any organization. It is basically concerned with managing

the human resources, whereby the underlying objective is to attract retain and motivate the

human resources in any organization, which is the most challenging and daunting look for any

organization today.

Part A

Introduction: [5]

Meaning, scope, objectives and functions of HRM; Importance of Human Resource

Management; HRM & HRD a comparative analysis;

Environment of HRM: [5]

Role of government, internal and external forces; Human Resource Management practices in

India.

Human Resource Planning: [5]

Definition, objectives, process and importance; Job analysis, description, specification & job

evaluation; Recruitment, selection, placement and induction process;

Human Resource Development: [6]

Concept, Employee training & development; Career Planning & development; Promotions,

demotions, transfers, separation, absenteeism & turnover;

Part B

Job Compensation: [6]

Wage & salary administration, incentive plans & fringe benefits.

Performance Management: [6]

Concept & process, performance appraisal, Potential appraisal;

Quality of work life (QWL): [6]

Meaning, techniques for improving QWL.

Industrial Relations: [6]

Concept and theories, trade unions; Health, Safety & Employee welfare measures; Employee

grievances and discipline, participation & empowerment; Introduction to collective bargaining.

References:

1. V.S.P. Rao: Resources Management, Excel Publishing, New Delhi

2. Edwin B. Flippo: Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 1966.

3. Dale Yoder: Personnel Management & Industrial Relation,Prentice Hall, 7th edition.

4. Arun Monappa & Saiyadain: Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008.

5. Gray Dessler: Human Resource Management, International edition, 2008, Prentice Hall.

MEC 556 Vocational Training after 4th Semester

Each student shall attend 4 weeks training after 4th semester in Mechanical Industry,

National/International level technical institute/research organization.

SYLLABUS FOR

BE-MBA INTEGRATED (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

SIXTH SEMESTER

MEC 601- Mechanical Vibrations

L T P 3 1 0

Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e., 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part-A

1. Fundamentals of Vibration 5

Free vibration, Forced vibration, Simple harmonic motion, Combination of two simple harmonic

motions, Fourier analysis, Fourier integral.

2. Single degree of freedom system-free vibration 5

Natural frequency, Equivalent systems, Energy method (average energy principle, principle of

conservation of energy, principle of virtual work, maximum energy principle), Response to an

initial disturbance, Phase plane method, Duhamel’s integral.

3. Single degree of freedom system-damped vibrations 3

Damping models (viscous damping, structural damping, and coulomb damping), Over-damped

case, critically damped case, under-damped system, Logarithmic decrement.

4. Single degree of freedom system-forced vibrations 5

Harmonic excitation, Mechanical impedance (analysis of system with structural damping,

analysis of system with elastically coupled viscous damper), System identification from

frequency response, Support motion (solution for absolute/relative motion of the system,

seismometer, accelerometer), Bending critical speeds of simple shafts, Vibration isolation

(viscous damper and elastically coupled viscous damper).

Part-B

5. Two degrees of freedom systems 4

Free vibration of spring coupled systems, Two degrees of freedom mass coupled systems,

Bending vibrations of two degrees of freedom systems, Forced vibration of an undamped two

degrees of freedom system, Undamped vibration absorbers, Vibration isolation.

6. Multi degree of freedom methods 6

Close coupled systems (eigen value problem upto four degree of freedom system using Graeffe’s

method), Far coupled systems, Orthogonality of mode shapes, Modal analysis (Undamped

analysis, damped systems), Forced vibration (modal analysis, forced vibration by matrix

inversion).

7. Numerical methods 4

Dunkerley’s lower bound approximation, Rayleigh’s upper bound approximation, Holzer method

(fixed-free systems, free-free systems, branched systems), Method of matrix iteration.

8. Continuous systems 6

Systems governed by wave equation (stretched string, axial vibrations of a bar, torsional

vibration of a circular rod), Free vibration of beams.

Books suggested:

1. Mechanical Vibrations : G K Grover, Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee,1996.

2. Theory and Practice of mechanical vibrations : J S Rao & K Gupta, New age

International (Pvt) Ltd., N Delhi, 2006, Ed.1 .

3. Mechanical Vibratios : V P Singh, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Delhi, 3rd edition, 2006.

MEC 651 - Mechanical Vibrations

L T P 0 0 3

1. To determine the mass moment of inertia of a body by Trifilar suspension.

2. To determine damping ratio of a vibrating body by rap test.

3. To determine damping ratio of a damper by forced vibration.

4. Investigate node and antinode position for a cantilever.

5. Find first three natural frequencies of a body from it’s time response. (using FFT

algorithm of Matlab)

6. Experimentally find out different harmonic frequencies present in vibrations of an IC

engine.

7. Use instrumented impact hammer to find transfer function between two given points of a

structure.

MEC-602 Heat Transfer

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Note: The Examiner shell set 8 questions i.e 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Numerical terminology

must be in S.I. units only. Students shall be permitted to consult Heat and Mass Transfer data

book compiled by the staff of P.S.G.College of Technology, Coimbatore.

PART – A

1 Basic Concepts

Difference between the subject of Heat Transfer and its parent subject

“THERMODYNAMICS”

Different methods of heat transfer – Conduction, Convection, and Radiation. 2

2. Conduction

Fourier’s law of heat conduction, coefficient of thermal conductivity, effect of

temperature and pressure on thermal conductivity of solids, liquids and gases and its

measurement. Definition and explanation of the term Thermal Diffusivity.

Three-dimensional most general conduction equation in rectangular, cylindrical

and spherical co-ordinates involving internal heat generation and under unsteady state

conditions. Derivation of equations for simple one dimensional steady state heat

conduction without heat generation from three-dimensional equations through walls,

cylinders and spherical shells (simple and composite).Electrical analogy of the heat

transfer phenomena in the cases discussed above. Equipment areas, shape factors. Critical

thickness of insulating layers on electric wire and pipes carrying hot fluids. Influence of

variable thermal conductivity on conduction through simple cases of wall, cylinder and

sphere.

System with Heat Sources: Internal generation cases along with some practical

cases of heat conduction, heat conduction through piston crown and case of nuclear fuel

rod with cladding. Introduction to unsteady heat transfer. 8

3. Extended Surfaces

Straight rod type of fins of uniform cross-section: (e.g. of circular and rectangular crosssection).

Circumferential fins of rectangular cross- section provided on the circumference

of a cylinder.

Fins effectiveness and fins efficiency for straight rod fins of rectangular and circular

cross-section. Application of fins in temperature measurement of flow through pipes and

determination of error in its measurement. 5

PART- B

5. Convection

Introduction, Processes, Newton’s law of cooling, theory of dimensional analysis as

applied to free and forced convective heat transfer. Analytical formulae of heat transfer in

laminar and turbulent flow, flow over vertical and horizontal tubes and plates.

Hydrodynamic and Thermal boundary layers over a flat plate, Blasius solution for

hydrodynamic and Thermal boundary layer (No. Derivation) 3

1. Heat Exchanger

Classification of heat exchangers, Overall coefficient of heat transfer, effect of scale

formation, Log mean temperature difference for parallel and counter flow heat

exchangers, Heat Exchanger effectiveness, Calculation of number and length of tubes in a

heat exchange by effectiveness- NTU method. 7

2. Heat Transfer with change of phase

Boiling, Boiling Regimes ,Bubble Growth and Nucleate Boiling, forced convection boiling

,Theory accounting for the increased values of h.t.c. during nucleate phase of boiling of

liquids ; different phase of flow boiling (theory only).

Condensation and its classification, laminar filmwise condensation on a flat vertical plate

and its mathematical analysis, drop-wise condensation. 4

3. Radiation

Process of heat flow, definition of emmissivity, Absorptivity, reflectivity and transmissivity

.Concept of black and grey bodies, Plank’s law of monochromatic radiation. Kirchoffs law

and Stefan Boltzman’s law ,Interchange factor, Lambert’s Cosine and the geometric factor,

Intensity of Radiation ,radiation density ,irradiation, radiosity and radiation shields.

Derivation formula for radiation exchange between two bodies using the definition of

radiosity and irradiation and its application to cases of radiation exchange between three

bodies, simplification of the formula for its application to simple bodies like two parallel

surfaces.

6

Books Suggested:

1. Heat and Mass Transfer : Incropera & Dewitt, John Willy &

Sons, 5th edition.

2. Heat Transfer : J.P. Holman, Tata McGraw Hill, 8th

edition.

3. Heat and Mass Transfer : R .C. Sachdeva, New Age

Publications, 2009.

4. Engineering Heat Transfer : Gupta & Prakash ,New Chand &

Bros Roorkee,3rd edition.

5. Heat and Mass Transfer : D.S.Kumar, S.K.Kataria &

Sons,2009.

6. Heat and Mass Transfer : Domkundwar,Dhanput Rai &

Sons,1994.

MEC-652 Heat Transfer

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1. To study and compare temperature distribution, heat transfer rate, overall heat transfer in

parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger.

2. To study the parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger.

3. To find the thermal conductivity of metal rod

4. To determine heat transfer coefficient in natural convection.

5. To determine heat transfer coefficient in forced convection for air flowing in a tube.

6. To determine heat transfer coefficient in drop wise and film wise condensation.

7. To determine the emissivity of a given plate at different temperatures.

8. Evaluate the performance of a heat pipe.

9. To determine Overall Heat Transfer coefficient in Shell and Tube heat exchanger.

10. To determine the Stefan Boltzmann’s constant in radiation heat transfer process.

MEC-603 Robotics

L T P 4 0 0

Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part-A

1. Fundamentals of Robot

Robot degrees of freedom, robot parts: base, end effectors, drives, joints, classification,

characteristics and applications of Robots. 4

2. Spatial Descriptions and Transformations

Robot kinematics, Inverse of transformation matrices, Conventions for affixing frames to

Links. 6

3. Inverse Manipulator Kinematics

Solvability, Algebraic versus Geometric solutions, reduction to polynomial solution,

Pieper’s solution, Examples of inverse manipulator kinematics. 6

4. Jacobians: Velocities and Static forces

Differential relationships, Jacobians, Differential motions of a robot and its hand frame. 6

Part-B

5. Manipulator Dynamics

Dynamic equations for multiple degree of freedom robots, Langrangian mechanics,

effective moment of inertia. 6

6. Trajectory Planning

Joint space vs. Cartesian-space descriptions, Joint space trajectories, Cartesian space

trajectories. 6

7. Sensors & Manipulator Mechanism Design

Robot sensors: proximity, range, force, tactile, visual, auditory sensors. Kinematic

configuration, actuation schemes, stiffness and deflections, position sensing, force

sensing. 6

8. Robot Programming

Methods of robot programming, Types of Programming, Robot programming Languages.

4

Books Suggested:

1. Introduction to Robotics, J.J.Craig, Addison Wesley Publishing Co., 2nd edition.

2. Robotic Engineering,Richard D. Klafter,Chmielewski, NeginPrentice-Hall,1994.

3 Robotics:Control, Sensing Vision and Intellegence, K.S.Fu, McGraw, 2003.

4 Fundamentals of Robotics, Robert J. Schlling, PHI, 1st edition.

MEC-653 Robotics

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1. Study of different types of robots based on configuration and application.

2. Study of different type of robotics links and joints.

3. Study of components of robots with drive system and end effectors.

4. Determination of maximum and minimum position of links.

5. Verification of transformation (Position and orientation) with respect to gripper and

world coordinate system

6. Estimation of accuracy, repeatability and resolution.

7. Robot programming exercises on Pick and place , Painting, welding, polishing, gluing,

stacking and drilling

MEC-604 Fluid Machinery

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Note: - Eight questions to be set in all with four questions in each of the part A and B.

Candidates are required to attempt a total of five question selecting at least two questions from

each part. Part A questions to be from 1,2,3,4 and Part B questions to be set from 5, 6, 7 and 8.

S.I. System of Units to followed.

Part-A

1. Principles of Hydraulic Machines & General Study of Hydro Power Plants :

Force of Jet on stationery, moving flat and curved plates, flow over radial, vanes, velocity

triangles, Determination of power. Different types of runners, classification of Hydraulic

Power and turbines (General description) 5

2. Impulse Turbine :

Description of Pelton impulse turbine, design of Pelton turbines such as number of jets,

number of buckets, depth and width of buckets, velocity diagrams, jet ratio, power and

efficiency. 5

3. Reaction Turbines:

Description of Francis, Kaplan Turbines, velocity diagrams, speed ratio, flow ratio,

degree of reaction as applied to Kaplan and Francis turbines, cavitation. Governing of

Turbines: Description of oil pressure governor, double regulation of impulse and reaction

turbines. Draft Tube: Description, function and simple problems. 7

Part-B

4. Centrifugal Pumps:

Brief description and classification of Centrifugal pump (Radial flow, Axial flow, Mixed

flow, Single Stage Multistage). Priming and priming devices, Velocity triangles, work

done, pressure rise, various efficiencies, Minimum starting speed, impeller diameter. 6

5. Dimensional Analysis and Performance of Hydro Machines:

Derivation of equations for Reynold, Froude Euler, Mach, and Weber numbers from ratio

of forces. Buckingham Theorem and its practical applications to turbines and pumps.

Derivation of various dimensionless, specific and unit quantities for turbines and pumps

by application of Buckingham theorem. Characteristics curves of turbine and pumps. 5

6. Reciprocating Pumps

Slip and coefficient of discharge, Effect of acceleration on pressure in suction and

delivery pipes, Air vessels (work saved by air vessel on suction and delivery pipe)

Comparison with centrifugal pumps. 7

7. Hydraulic Devices and Control (Description only):

Basis of control system, Brief classification of control devices, symbolic representation

of control system components, Example of control devices (valves) such as accumulator,

Intensifier, relief valve, reversing valve and time delay valves , gear pumps and hydraulic

ram controls . Brief description of hydraulic fluids used in control system. 5

Books Suggested:

1. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid : D.S.Kumar, Katson Pub. House,

Power Engineering Ludhiana, 1994, 8th edition.

2. Theory of Hydraulic Machines : V.P.Vasandani,Khanna

Publishers,Delhi, 1992.

3. Hydraulic & Fluid Mechanics : J.Lal, Metropolitan Book Co,

New Delhi, 1994, Dhanpat Rai &

Sons.

4. Fluid Machinery

The Technology of Fluid Power : Willam W.Reves,Prentice Hall of

India, New Delhi,1997.

MEC-654 Fluid Machinery

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1. Determination of various efficiencies of Hydraulic Ram.

2. To draw characteristics of Francis turbine.

3. To study the constructional features of reciprocating pump and to perform test on it for

determination of pump performance.

4. To draw the characteristics of Pelton Turbine.

5. To draw the various characteristics of Centrifugal pump.

6. Determine the effect of vane shape and vane angle on the performance of centrifugal fan

MEC-605 Manufacturing Processes-II

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt any 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

PART A

1. Machine Tools: Role of cutting tool materials on machining efficiency and economy, cutting

tool materials, essential properties of modern cutting tool materials, high carbon steels, alloy

steels, high speed steel, cast alloy, cemented carbides, ceramics, diamond’s CBN and PCD etc.

geometry of single point cutting tools, twist drill and milling cutters, cutting speeds and feeds.

Coolants: Definition, classification, purpose, properties, its effect on speed and feed.

Lubricants: Function and properties. 7

2. Metal Cutting

(a) Lathe: Machine and its accessories, lathe operation, taper turning and thread cutting,

kinematics scheme of lathe. 4

(b) Shaper: classification, quick return and hydraulic mechanism, shaper operations.

Planer: Difference between planer and shaper, classification, operations, drive mechanism.

Slotting operations. 5

(c) Drilling: Fundamentals of drilling process, tool holders, types of drilling machines.

Operations performed on drilling machines, types of drills. Reaming process, types of reamers.

Boring operations and Boring machines. 4

(d) Milling: classification, operations, types of cutters, up milling and down milling. Indexing:

Simple, compound and differential indexing. 4

(e) Grinding, grinding wheel-designation and selection, essential qualities for a grinding wheel,

types of grinding wheels, cylindrical, surface, and center less grinding. Broaching operation and

broaching machine. 4

PART B

3. Processing of Ceramics & Composite Materials: Definition , difference between

ceramics and composites, classification of ceramics, properties, processing, product applications,

composite materials, types, processing, particulate composites, fiber reinforced composites,

metal matrix composites, filament winding , laminates, machining, cutting and joining of

composites. 5

4. New Technology: Unconventional Machining Method: CHM, CHME, ECM, ECG, EDM,

USM, EBM, LBM, IBM, PAM. Principle and its application. High energy rate forming process,

explosive forming, electro-hydraulic forming, electro-magnetic forming. High velocity forming

processes, petro-force forming, dynapac machines. 7

Books Suggested:

1. Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Process, Tata McGraw Hill: Cambell,2005.

2. Workshop Technology (Vol I, II, & III Oxford & IBM Publications: Chapman), 3rd edition.

3. Materials and Process in Manufacturing : E Paul Degarmo, John Wiley, 10th edition.

4. Manufactring Process : P.C.Sharma , S Chand, 10th edition.

5. Manufacturing Technology : P.N.Rao, Tata McGraw Hill, 2000.

IBM 601: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

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Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Objectives: To provide students with an understanding of basic economic principles of

production & exchange-essential tools in making business decisions in today’s global economy.

The object presents the foundation to understanding how the economy works, covering

microeconomic description of business applications, including pricing for profit maximization,

price elasticity, market structures and modeling of business in varying economic climates. The

focus is on market economics, the organization that operation there and their business strategies.

Part A

Introduction to Managerial Economics:

[4]

Nature Scope and Importance of Managerial Economics. , opportunity costs , incremental principle , time

perspective , discounts and equi marginal principles.

Demand Concepts and Analysis: [4]

Individual Demand, Market Demand, Kinds of Demand, Determinants of Demand, Demand

Functions, Functions, Demand Schedule and Law of Demand.

Theory of Consumer Behavior: [4]

Cardinal Utility Approach and Ordinal Utility (Indifference Curves) Approach;

Elasticity of Demand: [4]

Concept, Types, Measurement and importance.

Demand Forecasting: [5]

Sources of Data-Expert Opinions, Surveys and Market Experiments; Time Series Analysis-Trend

Projection; Barometric Forecasting-Leading Indicators, Composite and diffusion Indices.

Part B

Production Function: [4]

Concept and types, Returns to Factor and Returns to Scale, Law of Variable Proportions.

Cost concepts and Analysis: [4]

Concept of Cost, Short run and Lung-run Cost Curves, Relationships among various costs,

Break-even Analysis.

Revenue Curves: [4]

Concept and Types.

Perfect Competition: [4]

Characteristics, Equilibrium Price, Profit Maximizing output in Short Run and Long Run;

Monopoly: [4]

Characteristics, Equilibrium Price, Profit Maximizing output in Short Run and Lung Run; Price

Discrimination;

Imperfect Competition: [4]

Monopolistic Competition, oligopoly and Barriers to Entry.

References:

1. Craig Peterson, Lewis and Jain: Managerial Economics, Pearson Education, 4th edition.

2. Mark Hirshey: Managerial Economics, Thomson, 2007, International student edition.

3. Dr. V.Panduranga Rao: Microeconomics-IBS Publication, 2004-2005.

4. Keat: Economic Tools for Today’s Decision Makers, 5th Edition, Pearson Education

5. William Samuelson and Stephen G. Mark, Managerial Economics, 6th Edition, John

Wiley & Sons, 2009.

6. Managerial Economics Analysis: Problem Cases, 8th Edition, Truett & Truett, Prentice

Hall.

7. K.K. Dewett: Modern Economic Theory, S. Chand & Sons, New Delhi, reprint edition

2006.

8. Mote, Paul Gupta: Managerial Economics, Vikas Publisher, New Delhi, 4th Edition, Tata

McGraw Hill.

9. A. Koutsoyiannis: Modern Microeconomics, Mc Millan, New Delhi, 2nd edition

10. R.L. Varshney & K. L. Maheshwari: Managerial Economics, S.Chand & Sons, New

Delhi, 2nd edition.

IBM 602: CORPORATE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

L T P 3 0 0

Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Objective: Corporate legal environment represents that external environment in which the

organization has to work. The course covers the basic laws which a student must be aware of.

Part A

Information Technology Act-2000 : [11]

Objective of the act, documents excluded from the scope of the act, digital signatures, types of

digital signatures in India, certifying authorities in India, regulation of certifying authorities,

duties of subscribers, offences, appellate tribunal, penalties and adjudication

Company Law : [11]

Definition and nature of a company, kinds of companies , formation of a company, memorandum

of association, articles of association, prospectus, membership in a company, shares , transfer

and transmission of shares, meetings and proceedings.

Part B

Patents Law : [11]

Patents Act 1970 as amended by the The Patents (Amendment) Act 2005, The Patents rules,

2003 as amended by The Patents (Amendment) Rules ,2006, Inventions not patentable,

applications for patents, publication and examination of applications, grant of patents and rights

conferred thereby, Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights

(TRIPS)

Consumer Protection Act 1986 : [12]

Definitions under the act : complaint , consumer, defect, deficiency , unfair trade practice,

consumer protection councils, redressal machinery under the act, district forum, state

commission, national commission

References:

1. Manish Arora , Guide to Patents Law, Universal Law Publishing Co, 2007.

2. K.C.Garg, V.K.Sareen , Mercantile Law, Kalyani Publishers, 14th edition.

Scheme of Examination

Schedule of Teaching Theory Practical / Drawing

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Viva-Voce Total

THIRD SEMESTER

MEC-301 Applied Thermodynamics-1 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC-302 Mechanical Measurements 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

MEC-352 Mechanical Measurements 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC-303 Mechanics of Materials-I 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC-353 Mechanics of Materials-I 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC-354 Machine Drawing 0 0 6 6 150 50 200

MEC-305 Theory of Machines-1 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

ASC-305 Computational Methods 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

IBM301 Organizational Behaviour 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

MEC-357 Vocational Training after 2nd Semester* 40 20 60

Total 18 3 12 33 600 300 900 310 150 460

1360

*These marks are based upon four weeks Vocational Training in the workshop after second semester

(i)

BE MBA integrated(Mechanical Engineering)

Scheme of Examination

Schedule of Teaching Theory Practical / Drawing

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Viva-Voce Total

FOURTH SEMESTER

MEC-401 Mechanics of Materials-II 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC-402 Applied Thermodynamics-|| 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC-452 Applied Thermodynamics-II 0 0 3 3 - - 60 40 100

MEC-403

Design of Machine

Elements-| 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC-453

Design of Mechine

Elements-| 0 0 6 6 - - 60 40 100

MEC-404

Materials & Heat

Treatment 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC-454 MHT Lab 0 0 2 2 25 25 50

MEC-405 Manufacturing Technology-1 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

IBM401 Management of Information Technology 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

Total 18 2 11 31 600 - 300 900 145 105 250

1150

There will be four weeks vocational training after 4th Semester either in the College or in the Factories approved by the Principal / Head of the Department

(ii)

BE MBA integrated(Mechanical Engineering)

Scheme of Examination

Schedule of Teaching Theory Practical / Drawing

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Viva-Vioce Total

FIFTH SEMESTER

MEC 501 Fluid Mechanics 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC 502 Theory of Machines-II 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC 552 Theory of Machines-II 0 0 3 3 - - 60 40 100

MEC 503 Manufacturing Processes-I 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC 553 Manufacturing Processes-I 0 0 3 3 - - 60 40 100

MEC 504 Design of Machines Elements-II 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - -

MEC 554 Design of Machines Elements-II 0 0 6 6 - - 60 40 100

IBM 501 Marketing Management 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - - -

IBM 502 Human Resource Management 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - - -

MEC 556 Vocational Training - - - - - 100 0 100

after 4th Semester

Total: 18 2 12 32 600 300 900 280 120 400

Total : 1300

(iii)

BE MBA integrated(Mechanical Engineering)

Scheme of Examination

Schedule of Teaching Theory Practical / Drawing

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Hrs. Sess. Total Sess. Viva-Vioce Total

SIXTH SEMESTER

MEC 601 Mechanical Vibrations 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC 651 Mechanical Vibrations 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC 602 Heat Transfer 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC 652 Heat Transfer 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC 603 Robotics 4 0 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC 653 Robotics 0 0 3 3 60 40 100

MEC-604 Fluid Machinery 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150

MEC-654 Fluid Machinery 0 0 2 2 60 40 100

MEC 605 Manufacturing Processes-II 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150

IBM 601 Managerial Economics 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - - -

IBM 602

Corporate Legal

Environment 3 0 0 3 100 3 50 150 - - -

Total : 22 3 11 36 700 350 1050 240 160 400

Total : 1450

There will be four weeks Vocational Training in the manufacturing concerns after 6th semester

(iv)

SYLLABUS FOR

BE-MBA INTEGRATED (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

THIRD SEMESTER

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MEC 301: Applied Thermodynamics-I

Part A

Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e.4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

1. Reciprocating Air Compressors: (5)

Use of compressed air in industry, classification of air compressors, Operation of single stage

reciprocating compressors, work input and the best index of compression, Its thermal and

polytropic efficiency, Effect of clearance and volumetric efficiency. Multi stage compression

and its advantages. Cylinder arrangements for multi stage compressors. Work input in

multistage compression, Performance of reciprocating compressors. Reciprocating air

motors.

2. Steam Generators: (3)

Classification of steam generators, Boiler mountings and accessories. Utility of steam

accumulation. Principles and operations of steam accumulators. Description of Cochran,

Locomotive, Lancashire, Babcock and Wilcox boilers. Modern high pressure boilers,

Characteristics and advantages of high pressure boilers.

3. Boiler Draught : (3)

Classification, Natural, Forced and Induced draught, Comparison. Estimation of height and

diameter of chimney condition for maximum discharge, Chimney efficiency, Draught losses.

Balanced draught, Power required to drive fan.

4. Performance of Steam Generators : (3)

Evaporation, Equivalent Evaporation, boiler efficiency. Heat loss and boiler plant. Boiler

trial and heat balance.

5. Steam Engine : (5)

Thermodynamic refinement of Ranking cycle. Derivation of work done with clearance and

compression. Performance of simple steam engine, missing quantity. Compounding of steam

engines. Estimation of cylinder dimensions. Governing of simple and compound steam

engines

Part B

6. Nozzles and Diffusers : (3)

Types and utility of nozzles. Flow of steam through nozzles. Effect of friction. Nozzle

efficiency. Critical pressure conditions for maximum discharge. Supersaturated flow.

Classification of diffusers, effect of friction and area change. The converging- diverging

super-sonic diffuser.

7. Impulse Steam Turbine : (4)

General description, pressure and velocity compounding. Velocity diagram and work done.

Effect of blade friction on velocity diagram. Blade efficiency and overall efficiency. Reheat

factor and condition curve.

8. Reaction Turbine : (4)

Degree of reaction, velocity diagrams, blade efficiency and its derivation, calculation of

blade height etc. Requirement of an ideal working fluid, binary vapour cycles, Methods of

attachment of blades to turbine rotor, losses in steam turbine, Labyrinth packing and

governing of steam turbine.

9. Condensers : (3)

Utility of condenser. Elements of condensing plants. Brief description of different types of

condensers. Dalton’s law of partial pressure applied to condenser problems, condenser and

vacuum efficiencies. Cooling water calculations. Effect of air leakage. Methods of checking

and preventing air infiltration. Description of air pump and calculation of its capacity.

10. Elements of Power Plants : (2)

Types of power plants. Selection of site for steam power plants. Base load and peak load of

power plants. Variable load, Heat balance, Economics of power generation. Elements of

nuclear power production.

Books Suggested

1. Dr. Vasandani and Dr. Kumar : Heat Engineering, Metropolitan Co. Pvt. Ltd.,4th edition

Delhi.

2. P. L. Ballaney : Thermal Engineering, Khanna publisher Delhi,2003.

3. Rogers and Mayhew : Engineering Thermodynamics. Work and Heat

transfer, ELBS-Publications, 4th edition, Pearson 2007

4. R.Yadav : Thermodynamics and Heat Engines (vols. I & II),

Central Publishers, Allahabad,2002

5. WAJ Keartan : Steam Turbine Theory and practice, ELBS Series, CBS

publications, 2003.

6. T.D.Eastop & Amc. Conkey : Applied Thermodynamics, ELBS Publications, Pearson

Education, 2005.

MEC 302: Mechanical Measurements

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions four from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part A

1. General Concept : (2)

Need and classification of measurements and instruments: basic and auxiliary functional

elements of a measurement system; Mechanical vs. electrical/electronics instruments,

primary, secondary and working standards.

2. Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Instruments : (5)

Range and span, accuracy and precision, calibration, hysteresis and dead zone, sensitivity

and linearity, threshold and resolution: speed of response, lag, fidelity and dynamic error,

dead time and dead zone.

Zero, first and second order systems and their response to step, ramp and sinusoidal input

signals

3. Error in measurements : (3)

Sources of errors, systematic and random errors. Statistical analysis of test data.

4. Functional elements : (7)

Review of electro-mechanical sensors and transducers – variable resistance,inductance and

capacitive pickups, photo cells and piezo-electric transducers, and application of these

elements for measurement of position/displacement, speed/velocity/acceleration, force and

liquid level etc. Resistance strain gauges, gauge factor, bonded and unbonded gauges, surface

preparation and bonding techniques, signal conditioning and bridge circuits, temperature

compensation, application of strain gauges for direct, bending and torsional loads.

Part B

5. Pressure and Flow Measurement: (5)

Bourdon tube, diaphragm and bellows, vacuum measurement-Mecleod gauge, thermal

conductivity gauge and ionization gauge; Dead weight pressure gauge tester.

Electromagnetic flow meters, ultra-sonic flow meters and hot wire anemometer: Flow

visualization techniques.

6. Temperature Measurement: (5)

Thermal expansion methods- bimetallic thermometers, liquid-in-glass thermometer and

filled-in-system thermometers; thermo-electric sensors-common thermo couples, reference

junction considerations, special materials and configurations: metal resistance thermometers

and thermistors; optical and total radiation pyrometers; calibration standards.

7. Speed, Forces, Torque and Shaft Power Measurement: (4)

Mechanical tachometers, vibration tachometer and stroboscope; proving ring, hydraulic and

pneumatic load cells, torque on rotating shafts, Different types of Dynamometers: electrical

and mechanical.

8. Measurement Systems Applied to Micro & Nanotechnology. (3)

Micro scale sensors, Micro-Motion-Positioning Systems, Particle Instruments and Clean –

Room Technology, Magnetic Levitation Systems for Wafer Conveyors, Scanning- Probe

Microscope Bibliography

BOOKS SUGGESTED:

1. Measurement System: Application and Design by Doebelin E.O., McGraw Hill Publishing

Company,2004 edition.

2. Experimental Method for Engineers by Holman, J. P. McGraw Hill Publication Company,

7th edition.

3. Mechanical Measurement and control by Kumar, D,S., Metropolitan Book Co. Pvt.

Ltd.,3rd edition, New Delhi.

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1. Measurement of the area of an object by using a planimeter.

2. Calibration of Pressure-gauge with the help of a dead weight gauge tester.

3. Measurement of temperature using thermistor, thermocouple, resistance temperature

detector.

4. Measurement of speed by photoelectric pick up, electromagnetic pick up, proximity type

sensors.

5. Measurement of light intensity by LDR, photo voltaic cell, photo diode.

6. Measurement of linear displacement by linear motion potentiometer, servo potentiometer,

LVDT, inductive pick up, capacitive pick up.

7. Measurement of load using load cell.

8. Measurement of strain using strain gauge.

9. Measurement of pressure using pressure cell.

10. Measurement of water level by capacitive transducer.

MEC 303 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS-I

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Note: Eight questions to be set in all. Candidates are required to attempt a total of five

questions, selecting at least two questions from each part.

PART – A

1. Thermal Stresses: (2)

Longitudinal stresses in fixed bars of uniform cross-section, temperature effect in

compound bars, stress calculation due to combination of longitudinal and temperature

stresses.

2. Stresses and Strains at an oblique plane: (4)

2-D stress and strain systems, derivation and application of formulae in 2-D stress and

strain system for: Normal stress and strain on any place, shear stress and strain on any

plane, principal stress and strain, maximum shear stress and strain, position of principal

planes, position of maximum shear stress/ strain planes, Mohr’s stress circle.

3. Strain Energy: (4)

Strain energy, strain energy due to gradually applied loads (axial, shear, bending

moment and torque), Strain energy of dilation and distortion due to three principal

stresses, Stress due to suddenly applied and impact loads.

4. Theories of Elastic Failures: (4)

Maximum principal stress, maximum principal strain, maximum shear stress, total strain

energy and distortion energy theories. Comparison and graphical representation of

these theories for 2-Dimensional stress condition, Application of these theories of

failures to 2-D stress problems such as (i) Combined bending and torsion and (ii)

Combined torsion and axial loads

Part B

5. Distribution of Shear Stresses in Beams: (5)

Derivation of general formula and its application to rectangular, triangular, T, Circular

and hollow circular sections, Simple Problems

6. Slope and Deflection: (7)

Relationship between bending moment, slope and deflection, Moment area method,

Method of integration, Macaulay's method, Castigliano's theorem and Maxwell's

theorem of reciprocal deflection (proof not required for these theorems)

Use of all these methods to calculate slope and deflection for cantilever & simply

supported beams with or without overhang under various types of loads and its

combinations

7. Fixed Beams: (7)

Calculation of deflection, fixing moment and reactions by Macaulay's double integration

methods for beams;

a. Fixed at one end and simple supported at other end with or without

overhangs

b. Fixed at both ends :

Under following loads:

i. Uniformly distributed load (UDI)

ii. Uniformly varying loads.

iii. Concentrated loads (one, two, or three etc.).

iv. Combination of the above loads.

Bending moment and Shear Force diagrams for the above cases.

BOOKS SUGGESTED:

1. Mechanics of Materials : Timoshenko & Gere, CBS Delhi, 7th edition.

2. Strength of Materials D.S. Bedi, Khanna Book Publishing Co.

Ltd. Delhi., 18th Edition.

3. Strength of Materials : H. Ryder, Macmillians, London, 3rd edition,

1969.

4. Mechanics of Materials : Hibbler, Pearson Education , 6th edition, 2007.

5. Mechanics of solids : Popov, Edition 2nd , 2009.

6. Mechanics of Materials : Kripal Singh, Standard Publisher, Delhi, 5th

Edition, 2007

7. Introduction to Matlab : Rudrapratap, 2nd edition, 1999.

MEC 353: MECHANICS OF MATERIALS – I

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List of Experiments:

1. Study of wood testing machine and performance of various tests on it.

2. Determine the stiffness of a spring on a spring tester.

3. Determine the hardness of various materials with Brinell. Vicker,s Pyramind and

Rockwell hardness testing.

4. Study of creep testing machine.

5. Study of Fatigue testing machine and perform fatigue test on various materials.

6. Study of Universal Testing Machine and perform tensile, compression, bending and

shear.

7. Determine strain aging phenomenon of given metal.

8. Determine and plot shear stress distribution in various beams through interactive

C./C++ computer programming or using MATLAB.

9. Determination & plot various cylindrical and spherical shells parameters through

interactive C/C++ computer programming or using MATLAB.

MEC 354: Machine Drawing

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The candidates will be required to make minimum of 15 drawing sheets using the software

such as AutoCAD, ProE and Inventor on the following topics as per B.I.S. SP46-1988 for

General Engg. Drawing. First angle method of Projection should be used.

1. Symbols of standard tolerances, machining symbols, Surface finish and welding symbols

2. Free hand sketching of shafts, splined shafts, keys and keyways

3. Form of screw threads, conventional representations of single and start threads, riveted

joints, bolts, studs, screw, locking devices, pipe and pipe fittings.(3 Sheets Min.)

4. Cotter joints, knuckle joints. Pulleys and brackets. (2 Sheets Min.)

5. Flange and muff coupling. Pin type flexible coupling; claw Coupling and cone friction

clutch. (2 Sheets Min.)

6. Footstep bearing, Plummer block, swivel bearing(2 Sheets Min.).

7. Steam engine piston and stuffing box. (2 Sheets Min.)

8. I.C. Engine Piston, connecting rod, cross head and eccentric. (2 Sheets Min.)

9. Machine Tool Parts: Tail stock. (1 Sheet Min)

10. Miscellaneous: Screw jack, drill press vice (1 Sheet Min.)

Note : Students should develop the understanding of study of drawing with reference to

manufacturing processes, projections, assembly drawings and should be able to draw simple

assembly drawings and projections of simple machine parts. The syllabus given above

indicates the broad outlines and the scope of subject to be covered. Teacher concerned may

take suitable examples to make the student understand the topic.

Book Suggested

1. I.S. Code : SP 46 : 1993, Engg. Drg. Practice, Standard Publication

2. A text book of Machine Drawing : V. Lakshmi Narayan & Mathur, Jain Brothers, New

Delhi.

3. Machine Drawing : P.S. Gill, B.D. Kataria & Sons, Ludhiana.10th edition, Katson Pb.

House

MEC-305: THEORY OF MACHINES-1

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e., 4 from each part and students shall be required

to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

PART-A

1. Basic concepts: (3)

Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines, Mechanism, Pairs, Inversions of slider crank chains,

Degrees of freedom, Kutzbach's equation. Grubler criterion and Numerical problems

2. Velocity and Acceleration: (5)

Basic concepts of machines, link, Mechanism, Kinematic chain, relative motion of parts of

Mechanism, displacement, velocity, acceleration diagrams of all basic mechanisms including

quick return motion mechanism. Advance problems on velocity diagrams (relative velocity

method, instantaneous center method).

Acceleration diagram. Coriollis component. Advanced problems involving their application

and torque calculation.

3: Kinematics Synthesis of Mechanism. (4)

Movability, Number synthesis, Frudensteins’s equation. Chebyshev spacing of precision

points, Two and three position synthesis of Four-bar mechanism and slider crank mechanism,

Overlay Method, Block’s method, Transmission angle, Limit position and Least square

techniques.

4: Flywheel and Turning Movement Diagrams: (4)

Turning moment and crank effort diagrams for steam and I.C. engine, dynamics of simple

horizontal and vertical engine. Fluctuation of speed, co-efficient of fluctuation of speed and

energy.

Simple problems on turning moment diagrams and the determination of size of a flywheel

taking centrifugal stresses into consideration.

5: Force Analysis: (4)

Equations of equilibrium, Couple, equilibrium of three force and four force systems, Free

body diagrams, Forces on slider crank mechanism, quick return mechanism, four bar

mechanism and slider crank mechanism with friction at turning pairs and numerical

problems.

PART-B

6: Friction (4)

Efficiency of inclined plane, Friction in V-threads, screw-jack, pivots and collars plate and

cone-clutches, Power lost in friction, friction circle and the friction axis of a link.

7: Belts, Ropes and chains. (4)

Materials, type of drive, idle pulley, intermediate or counter shaft pulley, angle and right

angle drive, quarter turn drive, velocity ratio, crowning of pulley, loose and fast pulleys,

stepped or cone pulleys, ratio of tensions on tight and slack sides of belt. Power transmitted

by belts with consideration of creep and slip, centrifugal tension and its effect on power

transmitted. Use of gravity idler, flat, V-belts and rope material, Length of belt, rope and

chain drive, types of chains.

8: Brakes and Dynamometer: (4)

Types of brakes, principle of friction brakes, band, band and block, internal expanding shoe

brakes, simple Problems of these brakes, description of vacuum brake, types of

dynamometer, measurement of power by Prone brake and rope brake dynamometer, belt

transmission dynamometer, Heenan and Froude’s Hydraulic dynamometer, Bevis- Gibson’s

flash light torsion dynamometer.

9: Governors. (4)

Functions, types and characteristics of governors, Watt, Porter and Proell governors.

Hartnell and Wilson-Hartnell spring loaded governors. Simple numerical problems on these

governors. Sensitivity, stability,Isochronism and hunting of governors, governor effort and

power controlling force curve, effect of sleeve friction.

BOOKS SUGGESTED.

1: Theory of Machines : J. Lal &Shah, Metropoltian Book-seller

&Publishers,New Delhi, 1992

2. Theory of Machines : P.L Ballaney, Khanna Publisher,Delhi1994, 3rd

edition.

3. Theroy of Machines : Shigley, McGraw Hill, 2005, New York

ASC 305: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS

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Part A

1. Matrices and linear system of equations (10)

Linear dependence of Vectors, relation between rank of a matrix and linearly independent

vectors of matrix, similar matrices, characteristic vector and characteristic roots of a matrix,

Cayley-Hamilton Theorem, Consistency of a linear system of a equations, solution of linear

systems, direct method Matrix inversion, Gaussian elimination, method of factorization,

iterative methods--jacobi's method, Gauss-Siedal method, solution of tridiagonal systems.

2. Sequences and series (8)

Sequences, limits of sequences, infinite series, series of positive terms, Integral test,

Comparison test, Ratio test, Root test, Alternating series, Absolute and Conditional

Convergence, Leibnitz test. Power series: radius of convergence of power series, Taylor’s

and Maclaurin’s series, Formulae for remainder term in Taylor and Maclaurin series, Error

estimates.

PART-B

3. Numerical Methods (12)

Numerical differentiation using finite differences, numerical integration using Trapezoidal

rule, Simpson’s one-third rule. Simpson’s Three-eight rule, numerical solution of first order

ordinary differential equations using Taylor’s series method, Picard’s method, Euler’s

method, modified Euler’s method, Runge Kutta method and Predictor-Corrector method,

(Adams method and Milne’s method), Simultaneous differential equation of first order,

higher order ordinary differential equations reducible to simultaneous equations of first order,

ordinary linear differential equations, boundary value problem using finite difference

method.

BOOKS SUGGESTED

1. Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis by S.S.Sastry, Prentice Hall of India,1999.

2. Higher Engg. Mathematics by B.S.Grewal, Khanna Publishers,2006.

IBM 301: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

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Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Part A

Introduction to Organization Behavior [10]

Definition and meaning of OB, impact of other sciences (Anthropology, Sociology,

Psychology) on OB, perception, self esteem, attitude & personality, meaning of culture, impact

of technology on OB.

Motivation, Learning & Leadership [13]

Meaning of Motivation , Content theories of motivation (Maslows Hierarchy of needs

,Herzberg’s two factor theory ), Process theories ( Vroom’s Expectancy theory, Porter-Lawler

Model ), Motivation applied (Job design , job rotation ,goal setting , MBO ), various methods of

motivating employees, Behavioral & Cognitive theories of learning, Leadership theories (Trait

theory, Fiedler’s Contingency theory ,Path –Goal leadership theory), Leadership styles (Blake &

Mouton managerial grid, Hersey & Blanchard’s life cycle approach )

Part B

Group behavior: [10]

Group Dynamics, conflict, power & politics ,Group behavior, types of groups ,group decision

making , conflict in organizations and reason, interpersonal conflict, inter group conflict ,

meaning of power , classification of power , politics in organizations

Organization environment & Communication [12]

Authority & responsibility ,delegation and division of work , quality of work life ,

communication process, modes of communication in organization and barriers to

communication, formal & informal communication,

Recommended Books:

1. Organization Behavior – Stephen .P.Robbins , Prentice Hall of India, international edition,

2002.

2. Organization Behavior- Fred Luthans , McGraw Hill, 11th edition, 2007.

MEC 357: VOCATIONAL TRAINING after 2nd Semester

SYLLABUS FOR

BE-MBA INTEGRATED (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

FOURTH SEMESTER

MEC 401 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS-II

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Part A

1. Cylinders and Spheres (7)

Thin cylindrical and spherical shells under internal pressure, Cylindrical shells with hemispherical ends,

volumetric strain, Thick cylinders, Derivation of Lame's equations, Calculation of radial and longitudinal

stresses and strains in thick cylinders. Compound cylinders: Hub shrunk on solid shaft

2. Rotational Stresses: (7)

a. Rotating Rings. Derivation of formulae and calculations of stresses in rotating rings neglecting

effects of spokes.

b. Rotating Discs- Calculation of stresses in rotating discs with central hole and without central

hole. Disc of uniform strength, Temperature stress in uniform disc.

c. Rotating Cylinders- Derivation of formulae of stresses of rotating cylinders with or without

central hole.

3. Columns and Struts: (3)

Theory of columns, assumptions made in the derivation of Euler’s theory of column, Derivation of

Euler’s equation for various end conditions, Rankine-Gordan’s formula, empirical formula for axially

loaded column and their application.

PartB

4. Bending of Curved Bars: (5)

Curved beam theory and calculation of stresses in

a. Cranes and Chain Hooks

b. Rings

c. Chain links with straight sides of (i) circular (ii) Trapezoidal sections.

5. Springs: (5)

a. Closed coiled helical springs

i. Deflection of free end and strain energy under axial load

ii. Rotation of free end and strain energy under axial couple

iii. Combination of two closed coiled springs in (i) Series (ii) Parallel

b. Leaf Springs Deflection and bending stresses.

c. Open coiled Helical Springs Deflection and rotation of free end and strain energy under

(i) Axial load (ii) Axial couple.

6. Analysis of Plane Frames: (4)

statically determinate and indeterminate, truss, frame, method of joints, simple problems

BOOKS SUGGESTED :

1. Mechanics of Materials : Timoshenko & Gere, CBS Delhi,7th edition

2. Strength of Materials : D.S. Bedi, Khanna Book Publishing Co.

Ltd. Delhi,2000. Edition 18.

3. Strength of Materials : H. Ryder, Macmillians, London,1969, 3rd edition.

4. Mechanics of Materials : Johston and Beer TMH, 5th edition

5. Mechanics of Solids : Popov , TMH,2001.

6. Mechanics of Materials : Kripal Singh, Standard Publisher, Delhi, 5th Edition.

7. Mechanics of Materials : Lehri, S.K.Kataria, 2006.

MEC 402: APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS II

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a

total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part-A

1. Thermodynamics of I.C. Engines:

1.1 Introduction: I C Engine classification; Operation of two stroke and four stroke reciprocating I.C.

Engines and rotary (Wankel) engine and their comparison. Comparison of SI and CI engines, Otto

Cycle – The Ideal Cycle for SI Engines Diesel Cycle – The Ideal Cycle for CI Engines. Deviation of

actual cycles from ideal cycles. Pressure- Time diagram for I.C. Engines. (3)

1.2 Combustion in SI Engines: Combustion in S.I. Engines, Combustion phenomenon, flame speed,

ignition delay, effect of engine variables on Delay Period, abnormal combustion, preignition,

detonation, effect of various engine parameters on detonation, effect of detonation on engine

performance and methods employed to reduce detonation. Combustion chamber design for S.I.

Engines (3)

1.3 Combustion in CI Engines: Combustion in C.I. Engines, Combustion phenomenon, Delay period,

Diesel Knock, CI engine combustion chambers, High speed cinematography for combustion

visualization- a brief note (2)

1.4 Fuels: rating of SI Engines fuels; cetane ratings of CI Engine fuels, Octane and Cetane numbers (2)

1.5 Performance of IC engines: Performance curves of C.I. and S.I engines. Overall IC engine

performance (engine sizing, mean effective pressure (MEP), power and torque) Effect of

compression ratio and of air fuel ratio on power and efficiency of an engine: Variation of engine

power with altitude, supercharging, its advantages and its applications, types of superchargers (2)

2. Gas Turbines:

Position of gas turbine in power industry; Classification of Gas turbines: on the basis of system of

operation and on the basis of combustion (at constant volume, or at constant pressure).

Thermodynamics of constant pressure gas turbine cycle: calculation of net output, work ratio and thermal

efficiency of ideal and actual cycles; cycle air rate, temperature ratio; effect of change in Sp. heat and

mass of fuel on power and efficiency. Operating variables and their effects on thermal efficiency and

work ratio.

Thermal refinements and their effects on gas turbine cycle .i.e. gas turbine cycle with regeneration, inter

cooling and reheating; multistage compression and expansion , pressure losses in heat exchangers and

combustion chambers.

Comparison of gas turbine with a steam turbine and I.C. engine. Field of application of gas turbines. (6)

Part B

3. Aircraft Propulsion using gas turbine:

Principle of propulsion thrust work and thrust power, propulsion efficiency, Overall thermal efficiency,

specific fuel consumption. Intake and Propelling nozzle efficiencies. classification and comparison of ram

jets, turbojets, turbo props, pulse jets and rockets

Thermodynamics cycle analysis and efficiencies of propulsive devices of turbojet engine, Advantages and

disadvantages of jet propulsion over other propulsion systems. Variation of thrust and SFC with flight

conditions for a given engine. Fields of application of various propulsion units. (4)

4. Rotary Compressors:

Introduction and general classification of rotary compressors: Comparison of rotary compressors with

reciprocating compressor

Stagnation and static values of pressure, temperature and enthalpy etc, for flow through rotary machines.

4.1 Positive Displacement Compressors: Operation of positive displacement type of rotary Compressor

like Roots Blower, Screw Compressor and Vane type Blower. (2)

4.2 Centrifugal Compressors: Principle of operation, components of a centrifugal compressor. Complete

thermodynamics analysis of centrifugal compressor stage, polytropic, isentropic and Isothermal

efficiencies; work done and pressure rise. Velocity vector diagrams for centrifugal compressors and

power calculation, preguide vanes and prewhirl, slip factor, power input factor; degree of reaction and its

derivation, energy transfer in backward, forward and radial vanes; Pressure coefficient as a function of

Slip Factor, efficiency and outcoming velocity profile from the impeller.

Non-dimensional parameters for plotting compressor characteristics; Surging and choking in centrifugal

compressor.

Field of application of centrifugal compressor. (5)

4.3 Axial Flow compressors

Components of axial flow compressor and their arrangement, Principle of operation, velocity vector

diagrams, thermodynamics analysis and power calculation; Factors affecting stage pressure rise, work

done factor; Degree of reaction and blade Efficiency and their derivation; Isentropic, polytropic and

isothermal efficiencies.

Surging, choking and stalling in axial flow compressors. Characteristic curves for axial flow

compressors, Flow parameters of Axial Flow Compressors like Pressure Coefficient, Flow Coefficient,

Work Coefficient and Temperature rise coefficient, specific speed etc.

Comparison of Axial Flow Compressors with Centrifugal Compressors. Field of application of Axial

Flow Compressors (5)

BOOKS SUGGESTED:

1. Thermodynamics and Heat Engines Vol. II. : R. Yadav, Dhanpat Rai, & sons Delhi,1989.

2. Gas Turbine Theory. : Cohan H. and Rogers G.F.C. HIH

Sarvanamuttoo, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill.

3. Fundamentals of compressible flow with aircraft and rocket propulsion: S. M. Yahya,3rd edition,

New age International.

4. Principles of Turbo machinery. : D. Shepherd, Macmillan Pub. Co.,5th edition.

5. Thermodynamics An Engineering Approach : Yunus A. Cengel and Michael A. Boles,

McGraw-Hill, Inc,2005,6th edition.

6. Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering Technologists T. D. Eastop and A. McConkey, 5th

Edition, Prentice Hall.

7. I.C. Engines Fundamentals : J. B. Heywood, McGraw Hill, 3rd Edition,

MacMillian

8. I.C.Engine : V.Ganeshan,Tata McGraw-Hill, 3rd edition.

9. Aircraft & Missile propulsion : Zucrow, 1st edition, New work, Wiley.

10. Gas Turbine : V Ganesan , 2nd edition,Tata McGraw-Hill

11. Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion : Peterson, Prentice Hall, 2nd edition.

MEC 452 : APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS-II

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List of Experiments.

1. Study of constructional details, cooling system, Lubrication system and Fuel Flow system of following

Engines;

Two stroke and four stroke Diesel engine.

Four stroke Petrol Engine.

2. To find the mechanical and thermal efficiency of a Diesel Engine.

3. To draw the valve timing diagram for a Diesel Engine

4. Determination of B.H.P. at various loads (pump being given fixed setting not to be changed by

governor) for a Diesel Engine/Semi Diesel Engine. Graphical representation of B.H.P. and torque with

speed and its interpretation.

5. Trial of a Diesel Engine/Semi Diesel Engine. Determination of B.H.P., fuel consumption ,I.H.P. and

mechanical efficiency at various loads (speed parameters constant). Discussion on variation of thermal

efficiency and specific fuel consumption with B.H.P.

6. To estimate the indicated power, friction power and mechanical efficiency of a multi cylinder petrol

engine when running at constant speed under constant settings of a carburetor (Morse test).

7. To obtain a power consumption curve, thermal and mechanical efficiency curve for the four stroke

diesel engine when tested over a range of power from no load to full load. Also to draw up the heat

balance sheet for this range of output of power.

8. Study of multi cylinder diesel engine.

MEC 403: DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a

total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Design data book is allowed in the

examination hall.

PART-A Lectures

1 Introduction:

Scope and meaning of design with special reference to machine design,

design process, codes and standards, economic aspects of design, safety

aspects of design, introduction to computer–aided design and engineering.

(4)

2 General Design Considerations: (6)

Mechanical behavior of materials, statistical nature of material properties,

selection of materials.

Concept of tearing, bearing, shearing, crushing, bending etc., stress and

strength, stress concentration under static and dynamic loading, notch

sensitivity, methods of avoiding stress concentration, fatigue loading,

mechanism of fatigue failure, S-N diagram, endurance limit, endurance

strength, design stresses for fatigue loading.

Fits, tolerances and surface finish

3 Fasteners: (8)

Screws and bolts:

Design of screws, preloaded bolts, bolts subjected to shear, tension and

torque, Design of eccentrically loaded bolted joints

Riveted Joints:

Types of failures of riveted joints, strength and efficiency of a riveted

joint, design of butt and lap joints of a boiler, design of Lozenge joint,

design of eccentrically loaded riveted joints

Welded Joints:

Types of failures of welded joints, strength of a welded joint, design of

eccentrically loaded riveted joints

Design of cotter joint, design of knuckle joint

4 Shafts, Keys and Couplings:

Design of shafts subjected to torsional loading, bending loading, and axial

loading and combined loading, design of shafts based on rigidity concept.

Types of keys, effect of keyway on strength of shaft, design of keys under

different loading conditions.

Types of couplings, design of sleeve coupling, clamp coupling, slip

coupling, Oldham coupling and pin type flexible coupling.

(4)

PART-B

5 Levers:

First, second and third types of levers, Design of hand lever, foot lever,

bell crank lever.

(4)

6 Pipes and Pipe Joints:

Design of pipes, design of circular, oval and square flanged pipe joints.

(4)

7 I.C. Engine Parts:

Design of Piston, cylinder and connecting rod.

(4)

8 Power Screws:

Various types of threads used in power screw drives, conditions for selflocking

and overhauling, efficiency of power screw drives, stresses

developed in screws, design procedure for power screw drives like screw

jack etc.

(6)

Books Suggested:

1 Design of Machine Members Vallance and Doughite, McGraw Hill, New

York, 2005,John Wiley,3rd edition

2 Machine Design P.H.Black, McGraw Hill, New York, 2005,

International Edition.

3 Machine Design Oxford University, J.E.Shigley, McGraw Hill,

New York, 2005,3rd edition

4 Text Book of Machine Design P.C.Sharma and D.K.Aggarwal, S.K.Kataria

and Sons, New Delhi, 2005, 2nd edition.

5 Machine Design R.C.Behl and V.K. Goel, Standard Publishers,

2003, 2nd revised edition.

6 Machine Design L.Robert, Norton, Pearson Education, 2005,2nd

edition

7 Machine Design J. K. Gupta and R.S. Khurmi, Eurasia Pub.

House (Pvt.) Ltd., New Delhi, 2005,2nd edition,

Khanna publication.

7 Elements of Machine Design V.B.Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,

2005, 2nd edition

MEC 453: DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I

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Design assignment to be given so as to cover the syllabus outlined in MEC 403

MEC 404: MATERIALS & HEAT TREATMENT

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

PART A

1. Structure of crystalline solids (6)

Fundamental concepts of unit cell space lattice, Bravais space lattices, unit cells for cubic

structure & HCP, study of stacking of layers of atoms in cubic structure & HCP, calculations of

radius, Coordination Number and Atomic Packing Factor for different cubic structures, Crystal

directions and planes, Miller indices.

2. Crystal Imperfections (3)

Point Imperfections, Line, Surface and volume imperfections- their types and

significance.

3. Engineering Materials (7)

Classification of materials; Types, properties and application of CI, Carbon Steels, Alloy Steel, IS

code for designation of steels, Stainless Steel, High Speed Steel- properties and applications.

4. Phase Transformations (3)

Types of Phase transformation; Stages of phase transformation, Homogeneous nucleation and

heterogeneous nucleation, Crystal growth.

PART B

5. Solid solutions, Phase diagrams: (9)

Solid solutions, Types. Phase diagrams: Basic terms, phase rule, cooling curves, construction of

phase diagrams, interpretation of equilibriums diagrams, Types of phase diagrams, Lever rule.

Detailed study of Iron-Carbon equilibrium diagram and explanation of various connected terms,

TTT diagram, and CCT diagram.

6. Heat Treatment Process (4)

Heat treatment processes for steel – Annealing, Normalizing, Spheroidizing, Hardening,

Tempering, Austempering and Martempering.

7. Case Hardening and Surface Hardening (4)

Introduction, Fundamentals of case hardening, Carburizing methods, Nitriding, Carbo-nitriding,

Cyaniding, Surface hadening methods, Measurement of case depth.

Suggested Books:

1. Introduction to Material Science for Engineering James F.Shackel ford. Pearson,

Prentice Hall, New Jersy,6th edition

2. Physical Metallurgy, Principles & Practices V.Raghavan, PHI,New Delhi, 2nd

edition.

3. Materials Science & Engineering- An Introduction William D.Callister Jr.Wiley

India Pvt. Ltd., 7th edition.

4. Engineering Foundation of Material Science and Smith, 3rd Edition McGraw Hill, 5th Ed.

Engineering

5. Introduction to Physical Metallurgy Avner, 2002, Tata McGraw-Hill

6. Elements of Machine Design V.B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw

Hill,New Delhi, 2nd edition.

MEC 454: Materials & Heat Treatment Lab

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1. Study of different engineering materials and their mechanical properties.

2. To study microstructure of following materials:-

Hypo-eutectoid steel and Hyper-eutectoid steel

Hypo-eutectic and Hyper eutectic steel

Grey and White Cast iron

3. Study of microstructure and hardness of steel at different rate of cooling.

4. Heat treatment: Annealing, Normalizing, Hardening and Tempering of steel. Hardness studies of

heat-treated samples.

5. Study of metallurgical microscope. Metallographic preparation of metals and alloys.

6. Hardness testing of metals on Vickers scale

7. Interpretation of microstructures.

8. Evaluation of mechanical properties of metallic materials by conducting following tests:

Hardness test(Vicker, Brinell and Rockwell Test)

Charpy Impact test

Tension Tests

Fatigue test

9. Study of testing machines.

10. Means of determining crystal structures ( X-ray and Electron Diffraction method)

11. Specimen preparation and microstructure studies using Metallurgical and Scanning electron

microscope.

MEC405- Manufacturing Technology-I

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

PART-A

Total Lectures: 38

1. Mechanics of metal cutting: (5)

Methods of machining, Types of chips, Tool signature, Shear angle determination, Forces in metal

cutting, Merchant diagram, Tool wear, Tool life, Economics of metal cutting, machinability.

2. Analysis of Metal forming Processes: (5)

Analytical theory of metal forming, Classification of forming processes, effect of variables,

Methods of analysis, open die forging, Plain strain and axi-symmetric forging, rolling load estimation,

Drawing stress in Wire/rod drawing, Calculation of extrusion pressure.

3. Jigs and Fixture Design. (5)

Principles of jig and fixture design, Principles of Degrees of Freedom, Method of location and clamping,

Various devices for location and clamping, Indexing devices, Hydraulic and pneumatic actuation of

clamping devices, Jig bushes, Use of standard parts for jig design, types of drilling jigs, Milling fixtures,

Lathe fixtures, Grinding fixtures and their classification.

4. Die Design: (5)

Components of die design, design of die blocks, punches and strippers, methods of holding punches,

sketches of stock stops. Design procedure for progressive dies, compound dies and combination dies for

press tool operation, Forging die design for drop and machine forging parts.

PART-B

(5):Tool Layout for Turrets. (3)

Characteristics of Turret lathes. Differences between Capstan and Turret lathes, Methods of holding jobs

on the Turret lathe. Universal Chucking equipment, Universal Bar equipment. Operation sheet and tool

layout.

6. Tool Layout for Automatics. (3)

Classification of Automatics: Turret type automatic, tool layout procedure, time required for each

operation, operation sheet, tool layout cam layout.

7. Tooling Costs: (4)

Estimating costs of a product, Estimating costs of tools, Economics of tooling, Break even point analysis,

Minimum cost analysis.

8. Gauges: (4)

Limits and fits, Plain Gauges, Types of gauges, Fundamental of gauge design, Gauge makers tolerance,

allowance for wear, practical application of Taylor’s principles of limit gauging, care of gauge, limitation

of limit gauging.

9. Surface Finish (4)

Elements of surface finish. Factors affecting surface finish , Effect of surface quality on functional

properties of machine parts, evaluation of surface finish, Indian standards on surface finish, Measurement

of surface finish, Relationship of surface finish to the production methods. Finishing operation like

honing, lapping, buffing, super finishing etc.

BOOK SUGGESTED:

1. Cole, C. B. : Tool Design, American Technical Society Pub., Chicago,1963.

2. Donaldson : Tool Design, McGraw Hill, New York, III rd edition, Tata McGraw-Hill

3. ASTME : Fundamental of Tool Design, Prentice Hall, 3rd edition, Society of Manufacturing

Engineers.

4. P.C. Sharma : A Textbook of production Engineering, S. Chand Publication,

New Delhi, 2nd edition.

IBM 401 : MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Part A

Information Technology (IT) [8]

IT and society, IT infrastructure in India vis-à-vis developed nations (Telecommunication ,

Internet reach, PC, Broadband ,Mobile Phones ), IT applications in Healthcare & Education ,

meaning of E-Readiness and E-participation index as defined by United Nations, areas where

growth is expected in future.

System Investigation & Analysis , Networking [8]

System Analysis & Design , Symbols used in modeling a business process , Networking

concepts, Ethernet ,IP addressing, Functioning of Routers, Bridges, hubs and switches in a

network, Telecommunication (GSM, CDMA , Wireless and other new technologies)

Internet & Intranet [7]

Functioning of Internet, Encryption & Digital signatures, Firewalls, Fraud on the Internet ,Virus

, Hacking & Denial of Service attacks, Intellectual Property Protection on the Internet, Intranet &

security

Part B

E-Commerce & E-Governance [12]

E-Commerce models , Intermediaries in E-Commerce, E-Governance in India ,study of

successful E-Governance models like E-Choupal ,E-Payments (E-Cash, E-Wallets) and major

players in the area, Online Shopping, Revenue models for Online Shopping Portals, Web

Auctions like EBay, dealing with E-Waste.

Knowledge Management & Business Intelligence [10]

Meaning of Knowledge Management, Designing a Knowledge Management System, Nature &

Scope of Business Intelligence, Software for Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Data

Mining techniques.

Recommended Books:

1. Data warehousing fundamentals – Paulraj Ponniah, John Wiley,2001.

2. E-Governance : A comprehensive framework , D.N.Gupta, New Century Publications,2008.

3 Business Data Communications & Networking , Jerry FitzGerald , Alan Dennis, John Wiley,

8th edition.

4 Applied Data Communication:A Business-Oriented Approach, , James E.Goldman, John

Wiley, 3rd edition.

5.Information Technology for Management : Improving Performance in the Digital Economy ,

Efraim Turban , Linda Volonino , John Wiley, 7th edition.

SYLLABUS FOR

BE-MBA INTEGRATED (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

FIFTH SEMESTER

MEC-501 Fluid Mechanics

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Note: - Eight questions to be set in all. Candidates are required to attempt five questions

selecting at least two questions from each part. S. I. units to be strictly followed. Part A questions

to be set from topics 1 and 2 while part B questions are to be set from topics 3 and 4.

Part-A

1. Incompressible Frictionless Flow :

Potential flow: Uniform flow, plane source and sink flows, potential vortex flow, flow past half

body, doublet, flow around circular cylinder, flow past rankine oval body and flow past a cylinder

with circulation. 8

2. Incompressible Flow with Friction:

Concepts of boundary layer, boundary layer parameters (thickness, displacement thickness,

momentum thickness, energy thickness and shape factor), equilibrium equation, derivation of

Navier stokes equations of motion for incompressible viscous (constant viscosity), laminar flow in

rectangular coordinates and their applications, Prandtl’s boundary layer equations. Details of

Blassius solution of Prandl’s boundary layer equations for flat plate (no derivations) and its

applications for finding drag co-efficient, local skin friction coefficient, velocity distribution and

drag force for flat plate.

Von- karman –Momentum –integrals equation and its applications to laminar boundary layer with

cubic profile. Application of Van- Karman Momentum integral equation to turbulent flow,

boundary layer for smooth flat plate( Drag coefficients and drag forces), Boundary layer

separation and prevention. 10

Part-B

3. Compressible- Isentropic Flow in Ducts (with negligible elevation changes)

Propagation of small weak disturbance ( velocity of sound),Mach number and Mach cone,

Continuity, momentum and energy equation for steady flow (one dimensional case only),Pipe flow

problems , variation of stagnation parameters with mach numbers, compressibility correction

factor, flow through nozzles & diffusers, changes of density, velocity, temperature, pressure &

area with Mach number in a variable area flow duct, critical throat area related to Mach number,

effect on convergent divergent nozzle parameters along the length of the nozzle with a variation of

back pressure(discussion only). 10

4. Flow around immersed a Bodies,(Drag and Lift):-

Introduction, Drag force, Lift & Drag coefficients, stream- line & bluff bodies. Drag on a circular

cylinder, Drag on a sphere Drag and lift on an airfoil, circulation & lift on a circular cylinder,

circulation and lift on an airfoil. 8

Books Suggested:-

1. Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Power : D.S. Kumar, Katson Publishing

Engineering House, Ludhiana., 8th edition

2. Mechanics of Fluid : I.H. Shames, McGraw Hill New

York.4th edition.

3. Fluid Mechanics : V.L. Streeter and E.B. Wylie, 9th Ed,

McGraw Hill New York.

4. Elementary Fluid Mechanics. : J.K. Vernnard. John Wiley, 4th

edition, New York

5. Fluid Mechanics with Engg. Application : E. John Finnemore, Tata Mcgrawhill

India, 10th edition.

6. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics : Fox, Wiley India Pvt Ltd, 2nd edition.

MEC-502 Theory of Machines-II

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part-A

1. Inertia Forces in Mechanism

Determination of Forces and couples for a link, inertia of reciprocating parts, dynamically

equivalent system. Analytical and graphical methods, inertia force analysis of basic engine

mechanism (crank, connecting rod and piston etc). Torque required to overcome inertia and

gravitational force of a four bar linkage. 5

Lower Pairs: -

Universal Joint: - single and double, calculation of maximum torque, Oldham’s Coupling, steering

mechanism including. AcKermann’s and Davis steering mechanism. Mechanisms with lower pairs,

pantograph, exact and approximate straight line motion, engine indicator, elliptical trammel.

Elementary knowledge of Kinematic synthesis of linkage by graphical and analytical methods. 4

Gyroscope:-

Definition, axis of spin, axis of precession gyroscope, gyroscopic couple, Gyroscope effect on the

momentum of ships and vehicle, ship stabilization, stability of automobile and locomotive taking a

turn. 5

2. Cams

Types of cams and followers, definition – basic circle & least radius, angle of ascent, dwell,

descent & action. Displacement, velocity and acceleration diagrams for the followers with uniform

velocity motion, simple harmonic motion, uniform acceleration and retardation, determination of

maximum velocity, acceleration and retardation, analysis of follower motion for pre-specified cam

profiles (tangent cams and convex cams). 7

Part-B

3. Balancing

Classification , need for balancing, balancing for simple and multiple masses, static and dynamic

balancing – Primary and secondary balancing for reciprocating masses, inside and outside the

cylinder locomotive balancing, swaying couple and variation of tractive effort, partial balancing of

locomotive, balancing of the coupled locomotives and its advantages multicylinder in the line

engines ( primary and secondary balancing conditions and their applications ), balancing of Vengines

balancing machines (Static balancing M/c: dynamic balancing M/c, universal balancing

M/c), introduction of balancing of the flexible rotors. 7

4. Gears

Toothed gears are their uses, types of toothed gears (spur gears, internal spur gears, spur &rack,

bevel gears, helical gears, double helical gears, spiral gears, worm gears) definitions, pitch circle

diameter, pitch surface, pitch point, circular pitch, diametric pitch, module pitch, addendum,

dedendum, clearance addendum circle, outside diameter, internal diameter, dedendum circle, root

diameter ,base.

Base circle diameter, face and flank of tooth, fillet, angle of obliquity or pressure angle, path of

contact, arc of contact, arc of approach, condition for correct gearing, forms of teeth, cycloid and

its teeth variants epicycloids and hypocycloid, involute methods of drawing in involute and

cycloidal curves, interference in involute gears and methods of its removal, comparison of involute

and cycloidal gear systems. 8

5. Gear Trains

Types of gear trains single and compound epicyclic gear trains, Problems involving their

applications, estimation of velocity ratio of worm and worm wheel, helical and spiral gears

(Determination of No. teeth, spiral angle and efficiency). 5

Books Suggested:-

1. Mechanism and Machine Theory : Ambekar A.G., Prentice-Hall of India,2007.

2. Theory of Machines : S S Rattan, Tata McGraw- Hill, 2nd edition.

3. Theory of Machines : Shigley, Tata McGraw Hill, New York, 2nd sub

edition.

4. Mechanism & Machine Theory : J.S. Rao & R.V Dukhipati, Wiley Eastern Ltd.

New Delhi , 3rd edition.

MEC-552 Theory of Machines-II

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Note: Minimum of ten experiments has to be performed.

1. Perform following practicals on Cam Analysis Machine.

(a) To plot the n – θ (follower displacement Vs angle of cam rotation) curves for

different cam follower pairs.

(b) To study the effect of follower weight on bounce.

(c) To study the effect of spring compression on bounce.

(d) The test can be repeated by changing compression springs, follower weights & cam

speed.

2. To find out critical speed experimentally and to compare the whirling Speed of a

Shaft with Theoretical values, when

(a) Both ends directionally fixed.

(b) One end fixed and other free.

(c) Both ends directionally free.

3. To perform the experiment of balancing of rotating parts and find the unbalanced

couple and forces with the help of Static & Dynamic balancing set up.

4. (a) To study the gyroscopic effect of a rotating disc.

(b) Experimental justification of the equation T = I w. wp for calculating the

gyroscopic couple by observation and measurement of results for independent variation

in applied couple T and precession wp.

5. To perform the following practicals on Journal Bearing Apparatus.

(a) To study the pressure profile of lubricating oil at various conditions of load and speed.

(b) To measure the frictional torque & power transmitted.

(c) To plot the Cartesian pressure curve.

6. To perform the following practicals on Universal Governor Apparatus.

(a) Determination the characteristics of sleeve position against speed for all governors.

(b) Determination the characteristics curves of radius of rotation against controlling force

for all governors.

(c) To study the effect of varying the mass of central sleeve for porter and proell

governors.

(d) To study the effects of varying initial spring compression for Hartnell Governor.

7. To find the Coriolli's component of acceleration and verify the result.

8. Plot pressure variation curve in longitudinal and transverse direction of a pad for various

speeds and pad inclination, of Michell Tilting pad bearing apparatus.

9. To perform the following practicals on Slip & Creep Measurement Apparatus.

(a) To measure the co-efficient of friction between pulley material and

different belt material.

(b) To measure the power transmitted with varied belt tensions.

(c) To measure percentage slip at fixed belt tension by varying load on the brake drum

and plot the graph of ( T1 – T2 ) Vs percentage slip i.e. slip characteristics.

(d) To study the creep of the belt.

10. To perform the following practicals on Epicyclic Gear-Train Apparatus.

(a) To measure epicyclic gear ratio between input shaft & output shaft.

(b) To measure input torque, holding torque and output torque to verify the Torque

equation: Ti + Th + To = 0.

11. To study the working and construction of D-slide valve, Stephenson link motion, Allan

link motion, Gooch link motion, Walschaert valve gear and different inversions of single

slider crank chain and double slider crank chain mechanism and describe their relative

merits.

12. (a) Find the moment of inertia of a given body with the help of Fly-wheel.

(b) Calculate the minimum possible periods of oscillation if the point of

suspension may be moved .

13. Find out experimentally the viscosity of the given fluid under varying conditions

temperature and pressure and draw the graphs – Viscosity Vs Temp. and Viscosity Vs

Pressure.

14. To study and calculate the influence of inertia upon velocity and acceleration with the

help of influence of inertia upon velocity and acceleration model.

MEC-503 Manufacturing Processes-I

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1. Foundry : (a) Definition , patterns, difference between pattern and casting , type of patterns,

pattern allowances, co lour scheme on patterns, moulding material ,types of moulds , moulding

techniques, cores , core boxes, directional solidification of casting, gates , gating system and

design , riser. 6

(b) die-casting and shell moulding, investment casting, continuous casting , cleaning, finishing,

inspection of casting , classification of defects, salvage of defective casting. Construction &

working of cupola furnace, electric furnaces, induction furnace. 6

2. Metal Forming: (a) Definition and classification of metal forming, type of rolling, hot rolling,

rolling mills, forging, smith forging, drop forging, machining forging and press forging, defects

in forging. 4

(b) pipe and tube manufacture, extrusion, hot spinning, drawing and cupping, piercing, cold

rolling, wire drawing, rod and tube drawing, metal spinning, coining, embossing and shot

peening, sheet metal working operations, piercing, blanking, bending and drawing, punch and

die setup, presses. 8

3. Powder Metallurgy : Definition and classification , of metal powder, advantages and limitation,

metal powder product , method of producing powders, briquetting and sintering, hot iso-static

Processing , sizing and finishing operation. 4

4. Welding: (a) Definition and classification, types of welded joints, weldabillity, Gas welding:

oxy-acetylene welding, equipment, lighting up, type of flames, welding techniques, welding of

cast iron, flame cutting, advantages and limitations Electric arc welding : principle, metal

transfer in arc welding, straight & reverse polarity in AC & DC, relative merits & demerits,

various electric arc welding processes, coding & selection of welding electrodes. 5

(b) TIG, MIG welding processes, electric resistance welding, spot, butt, seam, upset, projection

& high frequency resistance welding, thermit welding, brazing and soldering, description of

special welding techniques, choice of process for welding, defects in welding joint, their causes

and remedies. 7

Books Suggested:

1. Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Process, Tata McGraw Hill: Cambell, 2005

2. Workshop Technology (Vol I, II, & III Oxford & IBM Publications: Chapman), 3rd

edition.

3. Materials and Process in Manufacturing: E Paul Degarmo, Wiley publications, 10th

edition.

4. Manufactring Process : P.C.Sharma, S Chand & Co., 10th edition.

MEC-553 Manufacturing Processes-I

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Laboratory Work: Experimental work pertaining to study & use of sand testing equipment,

Relevant shop floor exercises involving practice in pattern making, sand casting, machining

(exercises on lathe, milling machine, shaper etc.), welding (Performance on any two techniques

MIG/TIG /Gas/Resistance welding), Application of sheet metal fabrication techniques, fitting

work.

MEC 504: Design of Machine Elements –II

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part –A

Types of mechanical drives and their applications. Factors influencing the choice of a

mechanical drive. 4

Design of following mechanical drives and their components.

(i) Design of belt and rope drives including selection and type of a belt and design of

pulleys. 5

(i) Design of chain drives including section of type of chain. 3

(ii) Design of gear drives, factors influencing the choice of a gear .Design details of

spur, helical, worm and bevel gears. 6

Part-B

(iv) Selection of a sliding and rolling type of bearings. Design of Journal bearing.

Details of bearing housings. 6

(v) Design of Flywheels. 4

(vi) Concept of positive contact clutches, Design of friction contact clutches (Axial &

Radial).Brakes (Band, Band & Block and Pivoted block brakes with long shoes).

Internal Expanding Shoe Brakes. 6

(vii) Design of Spring – Helical and Leaf springs. 6

Suggested Books:

1. Fundamentals of Machine Component Design : Robert C. Juvinall, Willey

Publications, 3rd edition

2. Machine Design : J. E. Shigley Mischke, 5th edition

Tata McGraw Hill.

3. Text Book of Machine Design : P.C.Sharma S.K.Kataria & Sons,2009

4. Machine Design : R.C.Behl & V.K.Geol,

Standard Publishers, Delhi,2002.

5. Machine Design –An All Integrated Approach : R.L.Norton,Pearson Education,3rd

edition

6. A Text Book of Machine Design : R.S.Khurmi, J.K. Gupta, S.Chand

Publishers, New Delhi, 13th

edition, 2005.

MEC-554 Design of Machine Elements –II

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Note: Design assignments so as to cover the principles outlined in MEC-504 such as:

1. Design of belt and rope drive.

2. Design of pulleys.

3. Design of chain derives.

4. Design of gear involving spur, helical, worm and bevel gears.

5. Design of flywheels.

6. Design of brakes.

7. Design of clutches.

8. Exercise on selection of sliding bearings.

9. Exercise on selection of rolling bearings.

10. Design of journal bearings

11. Design of flexible and hydraulic coupling.

12. Details of bearing housings.

13. Study of selection of mechanical drive.

14. Factors influencing the choice of gear drive.

15. Factors influencing the choice of selection of type of belt

IBM 501 : MARKETING MANAGEMENT

L T P 3 0 0

Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Objectives: (i) To understand the nature, tasks and the environment under which marketing

operates. (ii) To study the theory, principles and practical aspects of various marketing functions.

(iii) To learn to take marketing decisions.

Part A

Introduction to Marketing: [5]

Definition; Scope and Importance of Marketing; Key Customer Markets; Concepts/Philosophies

of Marketing; Holistic Marketing Concept; Marketing Tasks; Marketing Mix

Marketing Environment: [5]

Marketing Environment; New Marketing Realities; New Consumer Capabilities; Demographic

Environment; Social-Cultural Environment; Natural Environment; Technological Environment

and Political-Legal Environment; SWOT analysis.

Analyzing Markets: [5]

Marketing Research Process; Sources of data collection; factors influencing consumer behavior;

buying decision process; post-purchase behavior; Organizational Buying; Stages in the Buying

Process.

Market Segmentation: [6]

Levels of market segmentation; segmenting consumer markets; Niche Marketing; segmenting

business markets; Michael Porter’s five forces model; Analyzing competitors; strategies for

market leaders; Targeting and Positioning.

Part B

Product Decisions: [6]

Product characteristics; classifications; differentiation; packaging and labeling; Product Life

Cycle.

Pricing Strategies: [6]

Understanding Pricing; Setting the Price; Initiating and Responding to Price Changes; Reactions

to Competitor’s Price Changes.

Marketing Channels: [6]

Marketing Channels; Role of Marketing Channels; Identifying Major Channel Alternatives;

Types of Intermediaries; Channel-Management Decisions, Retailing, Wholesaling.

Marketing Communication: [6]

The Role of Marketing Communications; Communications Mix-Advertising, Sales Promotion,

Public Relations and Publicity, Events and Experiences, Direct and Interactive Marketing,

Personal Selling.

References:

1. Kotler, P. Keller K.I. et al: Marketing Management, A South Asian Perspective,12th edition,

Prentice Hall.

2. Ramaswamy, V.S. & Namakumari, S: Marketing management, planning, implementation

and control,Mc-Millian.

3. Hepner H.W.: Modern Marketing- Dynamics and Management, Vol 7.

James M. Carman and Kenneth P. Phillips and Duncan: Marketing Principles and

Methods,1965.

4. Britt and Boyd (ed): Marketing Management and Administration, McGraw-Hill.

5. Cundiff, W.F. and Still R,: Basic Marketing, 2007

6. Converse Paul and Harvey W.Hugg: Elements of Marketing, Prentice Hall, 2002.

7. Kotler, Philip and Armstrong: Principles of marketing, New Delhi, PHI, 1997, 12th edition.

8. Hoffman, Douglas, K., et al: Marketing, Best Practices, South-western college Publication,

3rd edition.

9. Saxena, R: Marketing Management, Tata McGraw-Hill.

IBM 502: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

L T P 3 0 0

Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Objectives: The objective of the paper is to make student aware of the various functions and

importance of the HR department in any organization. It is basically concerned with managing

the human resources, whereby the underlying objective is to attract retain and motivate the

human resources in any organization, which is the most challenging and daunting look for any

organization today.

Part A

Introduction: [5]

Meaning, scope, objectives and functions of HRM; Importance of Human Resource

Management; HRM & HRD a comparative analysis;

Environment of HRM: [5]

Role of government, internal and external forces; Human Resource Management practices in

India.

Human Resource Planning: [5]

Definition, objectives, process and importance; Job analysis, description, specification & job

evaluation; Recruitment, selection, placement and induction process;

Human Resource Development: [6]

Concept, Employee training & development; Career Planning & development; Promotions,

demotions, transfers, separation, absenteeism & turnover;

Part B

Job Compensation: [6]

Wage & salary administration, incentive plans & fringe benefits.

Performance Management: [6]

Concept & process, performance appraisal, Potential appraisal;

Quality of work life (QWL): [6]

Meaning, techniques for improving QWL.

Industrial Relations: [6]

Concept and theories, trade unions; Health, Safety & Employee welfare measures; Employee

grievances and discipline, participation & empowerment; Introduction to collective bargaining.

References:

1. V.S.P. Rao: Resources Management, Excel Publishing, New Delhi

2. Edwin B. Flippo: Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 1966.

3. Dale Yoder: Personnel Management & Industrial Relation,Prentice Hall, 7th edition.

4. Arun Monappa & Saiyadain: Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 2008.

5. Gray Dessler: Human Resource Management, International edition, 2008, Prentice Hall.

MEC 556 Vocational Training after 4th Semester

Each student shall attend 4 weeks training after 4th semester in Mechanical Industry,

National/International level technical institute/research organization.

SYLLABUS FOR

BE-MBA INTEGRATED (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

SIXTH SEMESTER

MEC 601- Mechanical Vibrations

L T P 3 1 0

Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e., 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part-A

1. Fundamentals of Vibration 5

Free vibration, Forced vibration, Simple harmonic motion, Combination of two simple harmonic

motions, Fourier analysis, Fourier integral.

2. Single degree of freedom system-free vibration 5

Natural frequency, Equivalent systems, Energy method (average energy principle, principle of

conservation of energy, principle of virtual work, maximum energy principle), Response to an

initial disturbance, Phase plane method, Duhamel’s integral.

3. Single degree of freedom system-damped vibrations 3

Damping models (viscous damping, structural damping, and coulomb damping), Over-damped

case, critically damped case, under-damped system, Logarithmic decrement.

4. Single degree of freedom system-forced vibrations 5

Harmonic excitation, Mechanical impedance (analysis of system with structural damping,

analysis of system with elastically coupled viscous damper), System identification from

frequency response, Support motion (solution for absolute/relative motion of the system,

seismometer, accelerometer), Bending critical speeds of simple shafts, Vibration isolation

(viscous damper and elastically coupled viscous damper).

Part-B

5. Two degrees of freedom systems 4

Free vibration of spring coupled systems, Two degrees of freedom mass coupled systems,

Bending vibrations of two degrees of freedom systems, Forced vibration of an undamped two

degrees of freedom system, Undamped vibration absorbers, Vibration isolation.

6. Multi degree of freedom methods 6

Close coupled systems (eigen value problem upto four degree of freedom system using Graeffe’s

method), Far coupled systems, Orthogonality of mode shapes, Modal analysis (Undamped

analysis, damped systems), Forced vibration (modal analysis, forced vibration by matrix

inversion).

7. Numerical methods 4

Dunkerley’s lower bound approximation, Rayleigh’s upper bound approximation, Holzer method

(fixed-free systems, free-free systems, branched systems), Method of matrix iteration.

8. Continuous systems 6

Systems governed by wave equation (stretched string, axial vibrations of a bar, torsional

vibration of a circular rod), Free vibration of beams.

Books suggested:

1. Mechanical Vibrations : G K Grover, Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee,1996.

2. Theory and Practice of mechanical vibrations : J S Rao & K Gupta, New age

International (Pvt) Ltd., N Delhi, 2006, Ed.1 .

3. Mechanical Vibratios : V P Singh, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Delhi, 3rd edition, 2006.

MEC 651 - Mechanical Vibrations

L T P 0 0 3

1. To determine the mass moment of inertia of a body by Trifilar suspension.

2. To determine damping ratio of a vibrating body by rap test.

3. To determine damping ratio of a damper by forced vibration.

4. Investigate node and antinode position for a cantilever.

5. Find first three natural frequencies of a body from it’s time response. (using FFT

algorithm of Matlab)

6. Experimentally find out different harmonic frequencies present in vibrations of an IC

engine.

7. Use instrumented impact hammer to find transfer function between two given points of a

structure.

MEC-602 Heat Transfer

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Note: The Examiner shell set 8 questions i.e 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Numerical terminology

must be in S.I. units only. Students shall be permitted to consult Heat and Mass Transfer data

book compiled by the staff of P.S.G.College of Technology, Coimbatore.

PART – A

1 Basic Concepts

Difference between the subject of Heat Transfer and its parent subject

“THERMODYNAMICS”

Different methods of heat transfer – Conduction, Convection, and Radiation. 2

2. Conduction

Fourier’s law of heat conduction, coefficient of thermal conductivity, effect of

temperature and pressure on thermal conductivity of solids, liquids and gases and its

measurement. Definition and explanation of the term Thermal Diffusivity.

Three-dimensional most general conduction equation in rectangular, cylindrical

and spherical co-ordinates involving internal heat generation and under unsteady state

conditions. Derivation of equations for simple one dimensional steady state heat

conduction without heat generation from three-dimensional equations through walls,

cylinders and spherical shells (simple and composite).Electrical analogy of the heat

transfer phenomena in the cases discussed above. Equipment areas, shape factors. Critical

thickness of insulating layers on electric wire and pipes carrying hot fluids. Influence of

variable thermal conductivity on conduction through simple cases of wall, cylinder and

sphere.

System with Heat Sources: Internal generation cases along with some practical

cases of heat conduction, heat conduction through piston crown and case of nuclear fuel

rod with cladding. Introduction to unsteady heat transfer. 8

3. Extended Surfaces

Straight rod type of fins of uniform cross-section: (e.g. of circular and rectangular crosssection).

Circumferential fins of rectangular cross- section provided on the circumference

of a cylinder.

Fins effectiveness and fins efficiency for straight rod fins of rectangular and circular

cross-section. Application of fins in temperature measurement of flow through pipes and

determination of error in its measurement. 5

PART- B

5. Convection

Introduction, Processes, Newton’s law of cooling, theory of dimensional analysis as

applied to free and forced convective heat transfer. Analytical formulae of heat transfer in

laminar and turbulent flow, flow over vertical and horizontal tubes and plates.

Hydrodynamic and Thermal boundary layers over a flat plate, Blasius solution for

hydrodynamic and Thermal boundary layer (No. Derivation) 3

1. Heat Exchanger

Classification of heat exchangers, Overall coefficient of heat transfer, effect of scale

formation, Log mean temperature difference for parallel and counter flow heat

exchangers, Heat Exchanger effectiveness, Calculation of number and length of tubes in a

heat exchange by effectiveness- NTU method. 7

2. Heat Transfer with change of phase

Boiling, Boiling Regimes ,Bubble Growth and Nucleate Boiling, forced convection boiling

,Theory accounting for the increased values of h.t.c. during nucleate phase of boiling of

liquids ; different phase of flow boiling (theory only).

Condensation and its classification, laminar filmwise condensation on a flat vertical plate

and its mathematical analysis, drop-wise condensation. 4

3. Radiation

Process of heat flow, definition of emmissivity, Absorptivity, reflectivity and transmissivity

.Concept of black and grey bodies, Plank’s law of monochromatic radiation. Kirchoffs law

and Stefan Boltzman’s law ,Interchange factor, Lambert’s Cosine and the geometric factor,

Intensity of Radiation ,radiation density ,irradiation, radiosity and radiation shields.

Derivation formula for radiation exchange between two bodies using the definition of

radiosity and irradiation and its application to cases of radiation exchange between three

bodies, simplification of the formula for its application to simple bodies like two parallel

surfaces.

6

Books Suggested:

1. Heat and Mass Transfer : Incropera & Dewitt, John Willy &

Sons, 5th edition.

2. Heat Transfer : J.P. Holman, Tata McGraw Hill, 8th

edition.

3. Heat and Mass Transfer : R .C. Sachdeva, New Age

Publications, 2009.

4. Engineering Heat Transfer : Gupta & Prakash ,New Chand &

Bros Roorkee,3rd edition.

5. Heat and Mass Transfer : D.S.Kumar, S.K.Kataria &

Sons,2009.

6. Heat and Mass Transfer : Domkundwar,Dhanput Rai &

Sons,1994.

MEC-652 Heat Transfer

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1. To study and compare temperature distribution, heat transfer rate, overall heat transfer in

parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger.

2. To study the parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger.

3. To find the thermal conductivity of metal rod

4. To determine heat transfer coefficient in natural convection.

5. To determine heat transfer coefficient in forced convection for air flowing in a tube.

6. To determine heat transfer coefficient in drop wise and film wise condensation.

7. To determine the emissivity of a given plate at different temperatures.

8. Evaluate the performance of a heat pipe.

9. To determine Overall Heat Transfer coefficient in Shell and Tube heat exchanger.

10. To determine the Stefan Boltzmann’s constant in radiation heat transfer process.

MEC-603 Robotics

L T P 4 0 0

Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

Part-A

1. Fundamentals of Robot

Robot degrees of freedom, robot parts: base, end effectors, drives, joints, classification,

characteristics and applications of Robots. 4

2. Spatial Descriptions and Transformations

Robot kinematics, Inverse of transformation matrices, Conventions for affixing frames to

Links. 6

3. Inverse Manipulator Kinematics

Solvability, Algebraic versus Geometric solutions, reduction to polynomial solution,

Pieper’s solution, Examples of inverse manipulator kinematics. 6

4. Jacobians: Velocities and Static forces

Differential relationships, Jacobians, Differential motions of a robot and its hand frame. 6

Part-B

5. Manipulator Dynamics

Dynamic equations for multiple degree of freedom robots, Langrangian mechanics,

effective moment of inertia. 6

6. Trajectory Planning

Joint space vs. Cartesian-space descriptions, Joint space trajectories, Cartesian space

trajectories. 6

7. Sensors & Manipulator Mechanism Design

Robot sensors: proximity, range, force, tactile, visual, auditory sensors. Kinematic

configuration, actuation schemes, stiffness and deflections, position sensing, force

sensing. 6

8. Robot Programming

Methods of robot programming, Types of Programming, Robot programming Languages.

4

Books Suggested:

1. Introduction to Robotics, J.J.Craig, Addison Wesley Publishing Co., 2nd edition.

2. Robotic Engineering,Richard D. Klafter,Chmielewski, NeginPrentice-Hall,1994.

3 Robotics:Control, Sensing Vision and Intellegence, K.S.Fu, McGraw, 2003.

4 Fundamentals of Robotics, Robert J. Schlling, PHI, 1st edition.

MEC-653 Robotics

L T P 0 0 3

1. Study of different types of robots based on configuration and application.

2. Study of different type of robotics links and joints.

3. Study of components of robots with drive system and end effectors.

4. Determination of maximum and minimum position of links.

5. Verification of transformation (Position and orientation) with respect to gripper and

world coordinate system

6. Estimation of accuracy, repeatability and resolution.

7. Robot programming exercises on Pick and place , Painting, welding, polishing, gluing,

stacking and drilling

MEC-604 Fluid Machinery

L T P 3 1 0

Note: - Eight questions to be set in all with four questions in each of the part A and B.

Candidates are required to attempt a total of five question selecting at least two questions from

each part. Part A questions to be from 1,2,3,4 and Part B questions to be set from 5, 6, 7 and 8.

S.I. System of Units to followed.

Part-A

1. Principles of Hydraulic Machines & General Study of Hydro Power Plants :

Force of Jet on stationery, moving flat and curved plates, flow over radial, vanes, velocity

triangles, Determination of power. Different types of runners, classification of Hydraulic

Power and turbines (General description) 5

2. Impulse Turbine :

Description of Pelton impulse turbine, design of Pelton turbines such as number of jets,

number of buckets, depth and width of buckets, velocity diagrams, jet ratio, power and

efficiency. 5

3. Reaction Turbines:

Description of Francis, Kaplan Turbines, velocity diagrams, speed ratio, flow ratio,

degree of reaction as applied to Kaplan and Francis turbines, cavitation. Governing of

Turbines: Description of oil pressure governor, double regulation of impulse and reaction

turbines. Draft Tube: Description, function and simple problems. 7

Part-B

4. Centrifugal Pumps:

Brief description and classification of Centrifugal pump (Radial flow, Axial flow, Mixed

flow, Single Stage Multistage). Priming and priming devices, Velocity triangles, work

done, pressure rise, various efficiencies, Minimum starting speed, impeller diameter. 6

5. Dimensional Analysis and Performance of Hydro Machines:

Derivation of equations for Reynold, Froude Euler, Mach, and Weber numbers from ratio

of forces. Buckingham Theorem and its practical applications to turbines and pumps.

Derivation of various dimensionless, specific and unit quantities for turbines and pumps

by application of Buckingham theorem. Characteristics curves of turbine and pumps. 5

6. Reciprocating Pumps

Slip and coefficient of discharge, Effect of acceleration on pressure in suction and

delivery pipes, Air vessels (work saved by air vessel on suction and delivery pipe)

Comparison with centrifugal pumps. 7

7. Hydraulic Devices and Control (Description only):

Basis of control system, Brief classification of control devices, symbolic representation

of control system components, Example of control devices (valves) such as accumulator,

Intensifier, relief valve, reversing valve and time delay valves , gear pumps and hydraulic

ram controls . Brief description of hydraulic fluids used in control system. 5

Books Suggested:

1. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid : D.S.Kumar, Katson Pub. House,

Power Engineering Ludhiana, 1994, 8th edition.

2. Theory of Hydraulic Machines : V.P.Vasandani,Khanna

Publishers,Delhi, 1992.

3. Hydraulic & Fluid Mechanics : J.Lal, Metropolitan Book Co,

New Delhi, 1994, Dhanpat Rai &

Sons.

4. Fluid Machinery

The Technology of Fluid Power : Willam W.Reves,Prentice Hall of

India, New Delhi,1997.

MEC-654 Fluid Machinery

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1. Determination of various efficiencies of Hydraulic Ram.

2. To draw characteristics of Francis turbine.

3. To study the constructional features of reciprocating pump and to perform test on it for

determination of pump performance.

4. To draw the characteristics of Pelton Turbine.

5. To draw the various characteristics of Centrifugal pump.

6. Determine the effect of vane shape and vane angle on the performance of centrifugal fan

MEC-605 Manufacturing Processes-II

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Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to

attempt any 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.

PART A

1. Machine Tools: Role of cutting tool materials on machining efficiency and economy, cutting

tool materials, essential properties of modern cutting tool materials, high carbon steels, alloy

steels, high speed steel, cast alloy, cemented carbides, ceramics, diamond’s CBN and PCD etc.

geometry of single point cutting tools, twist drill and milling cutters, cutting speeds and feeds.

Coolants: Definition, classification, purpose, properties, its effect on speed and feed.

Lubricants: Function and properties. 7

2. Metal Cutting

(a) Lathe: Machine and its accessories, lathe operation, taper turning and thread cutting,

kinematics scheme of lathe. 4

(b) Shaper: classification, quick return and hydraulic mechanism, shaper operations.

Planer: Difference between planer and shaper, classification, operations, drive mechanism.

Slotting operations. 5

(c) Drilling: Fundamentals of drilling process, tool holders, types of drilling machines.

Operations performed on drilling machines, types of drills. Reaming process, types of reamers.

Boring operations and Boring machines. 4

(d) Milling: classification, operations, types of cutters, up milling and down milling. Indexing:

Simple, compound and differential indexing. 4

(e) Grinding, grinding wheel-designation and selection, essential qualities for a grinding wheel,

types of grinding wheels, cylindrical, surface, and center less grinding. Broaching operation and

broaching machine. 4

PART B

3. Processing of Ceramics & Composite Materials: Definition , difference between

ceramics and composites, classification of ceramics, properties, processing, product applications,

composite materials, types, processing, particulate composites, fiber reinforced composites,

metal matrix composites, filament winding , laminates, machining, cutting and joining of

composites. 5

4. New Technology: Unconventional Machining Method: CHM, CHME, ECM, ECG, EDM,

USM, EBM, LBM, IBM, PAM. Principle and its application. High energy rate forming process,

explosive forming, electro-hydraulic forming, electro-magnetic forming. High velocity forming

processes, petro-force forming, dynapac machines. 7

Books Suggested:

1. Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Process, Tata McGraw Hill: Cambell,2005.

2. Workshop Technology (Vol I, II, & III Oxford & IBM Publications: Chapman), 3rd edition.

3. Materials and Process in Manufacturing : E Paul Degarmo, John Wiley, 10th edition.

4. Manufactring Process : P.C.Sharma , S Chand, 10th edition.

5. Manufacturing Technology : P.N.Rao, Tata McGraw Hill, 2000.

IBM 601: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

L T P 3 0 0

Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Objectives: To provide students with an understanding of basic economic principles of

production & exchange-essential tools in making business decisions in today’s global economy.

The object presents the foundation to understanding how the economy works, covering

microeconomic description of business applications, including pricing for profit maximization,

price elasticity, market structures and modeling of business in varying economic climates. The

focus is on market economics, the organization that operation there and their business strategies.

Part A

Introduction to Managerial Economics:

[4]

Nature Scope and Importance of Managerial Economics. , opportunity costs , incremental principle , time

perspective , discounts and equi marginal principles.

Demand Concepts and Analysis: [4]

Individual Demand, Market Demand, Kinds of Demand, Determinants of Demand, Demand

Functions, Functions, Demand Schedule and Law of Demand.

Theory of Consumer Behavior: [4]

Cardinal Utility Approach and Ordinal Utility (Indifference Curves) Approach;

Elasticity of Demand: [4]

Concept, Types, Measurement and importance.

Demand Forecasting: [5]

Sources of Data-Expert Opinions, Surveys and Market Experiments; Time Series Analysis-Trend

Projection; Barometric Forecasting-Leading Indicators, Composite and diffusion Indices.

Part B

Production Function: [4]

Concept and types, Returns to Factor and Returns to Scale, Law of Variable Proportions.

Cost concepts and Analysis: [4]

Concept of Cost, Short run and Lung-run Cost Curves, Relationships among various costs,

Break-even Analysis.

Revenue Curves: [4]

Concept and Types.

Perfect Competition: [4]

Characteristics, Equilibrium Price, Profit Maximizing output in Short Run and Long Run;

Monopoly: [4]

Characteristics, Equilibrium Price, Profit Maximizing output in Short Run and Lung Run; Price

Discrimination;

Imperfect Competition: [4]

Monopolistic Competition, oligopoly and Barriers to Entry.

References:

1. Craig Peterson, Lewis and Jain: Managerial Economics, Pearson Education, 4th edition.

2. Mark Hirshey: Managerial Economics, Thomson, 2007, International student edition.

3. Dr. V.Panduranga Rao: Microeconomics-IBS Publication, 2004-2005.

4. Keat: Economic Tools for Today’s Decision Makers, 5th Edition, Pearson Education

5. William Samuelson and Stephen G. Mark, Managerial Economics, 6th Edition, John

Wiley & Sons, 2009.

6. Managerial Economics Analysis: Problem Cases, 8th Edition, Truett & Truett, Prentice

Hall.

7. K.K. Dewett: Modern Economic Theory, S. Chand & Sons, New Delhi, reprint edition

2006.

8. Mote, Paul Gupta: Managerial Economics, Vikas Publisher, New Delhi, 4th Edition, Tata

McGraw Hill.

9. A. Koutsoyiannis: Modern Microeconomics, Mc Millan, New Delhi, 2nd edition

10. R.L. Varshney & K. L. Maheshwari: Managerial Economics, S.Chand & Sons, New

Delhi, 2nd edition.

IBM 602: CORPORATE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

L T P 3 0 0

Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the syllabus.

Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two questions from

Part-A and two from Part-B.

Objective: Corporate legal environment represents that external environment in which the

organization has to work. The course covers the basic laws which a student must be aware of.

Part A

Information Technology Act-2000 : [11]

Objective of the act, documents excluded from the scope of the act, digital signatures, types of

digital signatures in India, certifying authorities in India, regulation of certifying authorities,

duties of subscribers, offences, appellate tribunal, penalties and adjudication

Company Law : [11]

Definition and nature of a company, kinds of companies , formation of a company, memorandum

of association, articles of association, prospectus, membership in a company, shares , transfer

and transmission of shares, meetings and proceedings.

Part B

Patents Law : [11]

Patents Act 1970 as amended by the The Patents (Amendment) Act 2005, The Patents rules,

2003 as amended by The Patents (Amendment) Rules ,2006, Inventions not patentable,

applications for patents, publication and examination of applications, grant of patents and rights

conferred thereby, Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights

(TRIPS)

Consumer Protection Act 1986 : [12]

Definitions under the act : complaint , consumer, defect, deficiency , unfair trade practice,

consumer protection councils, redressal machinery under the act, district forum, state

commission, national commission

References:

1. Manish Arora , Guide to Patents Law, Universal Law Publishing Co, 2007.

2. K.C.Garg, V.K.Sareen , Mercantile Law, Kalyani Publishers, 14th edition.