Thursday, 26 April 2012
SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOHLAPUR, SECOND YEAR ENGINEERING (AUTOMOBILE) PART I SYLLABUS
S.E. (Automobile) PARTI
1. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – III
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures :
4 hrs/week Theory Paper : 100 marks (3 hrs. duration)
SECTION –
I
1. Linear
Differential equations: Linear differential equations with constant
coefficients
(without
method of variation of parameters), Homogenous linear differential
equations,
08
2.
Applications of Linear differential equation
1. Damped free and forced oscillations
2. Deflection of beams and columns
3. Electrical engineering problems. 06
3. Partial
Differential equations:
First
order partial differential equations and methods of solution (Four standard
forms) 06
4. Higher
order partial differential equation.
Homogeneous
linear partial differential equations with constant coefficients
Non
Homogeneous linear partial differential equation
Equations
reducible to partial differential equations with constant coefficients 08
SECTION –
II
5.
Applications of linear partial differential equations:
1. Vibrations of Stretched strings
2. One dimensional wave equation.
3. One dimensional heat flow
4. Two dimensional heat flow
5. Solution of Laplace equation in two dimensions 10
6. Laplace
Transform:
Definitions,
Properties, Transforms of standard functions, , Transforms of derivatives And integral,
Inverse Laplace Transform, Convolution theorem, 05
7. Laplace
Transform of Special Functions and its Applications:
Periodic,
Heaviside function Application to solve linear differential equations with
constant coefficients. 05
8. Fourier
Series:
Definitions,
Euler’s formulae, Expansion of function (extended), Change of interval,
Expansion
of even and odd functions, half range series. 08
BOOKS
1. P.N.
Wartikar and J.N. Wartikar, A Text Book of Applied Mathematics, Vol –I, VolII,
Vidhyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.
2. B.S.
Grewal, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers.
3. N.P.
Patil, Ashok Saxena and N. Ch. S.N. Iyengar, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi.
4. Jaggi
& Mathur, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Dhanpat Rai & Sons
5. Erwin,
Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Willey
S.E. (Automobile)
PARTI
2.
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures :
3 hrs/week Theory Paper : 100 marks
(3 hrs. duration)
Practical
: 2 Hrs. per week Term Work : 25 Marks.
Practical
and Oral Examination: 25 Marks
SECTIONI
1.
Thermodynamic (PVT) relations of working fluids: (7)
Equation
of state for ideal gas; behavior of real gases and compressibility factor,
Generalized
empirical and theoretical equations of state for real gases; Law of
corresponding
states and use of generalized compressibility chart; Helmoltz and
Gibbs
functions; Maxwell’s relations; Enthalpy, entropy, internal energy, and
specific
heat
relations, Clausis  Clapeyron’s equation; Applications to ideal and real
gases.
Joule
Thomson coefficient
2. Entropy
(7)
Clausius
inequality, entropy as a property of system. entropy of pure substance. Ts
and hs
planes, entropy change in a reversible and irreversible processes, increase
of entropy
principle, calculation of entropy changes of gases and vapours.
Available
and unavailable energy: availability of a closed and open system,
availability
of work and heat reservoirs, Anergy, energy and exergy and simple
numericals.
3. Vapour
Power Cycles (7)
Carnot
cycle using steam, limitations of Carnot cycle, Rankine cycle, representation
on Ts and hs planes, thermal efficiency, specific steam consumption. Work
ratio, effect of steam supply pressure and temperature, condenser pressure on
the performance. (Numerical Treatment)
SECTION 
II
4. Steam
Condensers (4)
Steam
Condensers: Functions, elements of condensing plant, types of steam condensers,
surface and jet condensers, comparison, vacuum efficiency, condenser
efficiency, loss of vacuum, sources of air leakages, methods of leak detection,
air extraction methods, estimation of cooling water required, capacity of air
extraction pump, air ejectors. Cooling towers Function and types
5. Steam
Nozzles (5)
Function,
shapes, critical pressure ratio, maximum discharge condition, effect of
friction, design of throat and exit areas, nozzle efficiency, velocity
coefficient, coefficient of discharge, supersaturated flow, degree of
undercooling and degree of supersaturation, effects of supersaturation.
7. Steam
Turbines (7)
Principles
of operation, classification, impulse and reaction steam turbine, compounding
of steam turbines. Reheat regenerative steam power cycles. Flow through impulse
turbine blades, velocity diagrams, work done, efficiencies, end thrust, blade
friction, influence of ratio of blade speed to steam speed on efficiency of
single and multistage turbines and its condition curve and reheat factors. Flow
through impulse reaction blades, velocity diagram, and degree of reaction,
parson’s reaction turbine, back pressure and pass out turbine.
Governing
of steam turbines, Turbine troubles.
8. Gas
Turbines: (5)
Working
principles, applications, open, closed cycle and their comparison, Cycle
modified to regeneration, reheat, inter cooling performance, Calculation of gas
turbine work ratio, efficiency etc.
Industrial
visit to steam power plant to studya)
Construction
details of boilers
b) Boiler
mountings & accessories
TERM WORK
The number
of students in each group working on a set up shall not exceed 5 students.
1. Test on
grease penetrometer and dropping point apparatus
2. Test on
redwood viscometer
3. Test on
aniline point apparatus
4. Test on
carbon residue, cloud and pour point apparatus
5. Test on
flash & fire point apparatus
6. Study /
demonstration on water tube & fire tube boilers
7. Study /
demonstration of boiler mountings & accessories
8. Test on
steam calorimeter to find dryness fraction of steam
9. Test on
steam condenser to find condenser efficiency
10. Test
on steam turbine to find blade efficiency
11. Trial
on steam boiler
12.
Estimation of calorific value of fuel
Instructions
for practical examination
Four to
five experiments shall be selected for practical examination.
Four
students for each practical set up.
Oral will
be based on the practical examination and journal.
BOOKS
1. P.K.
Nag, Engineering Thermodynamics, Tata Mc Graw Hill ,New Delhi
2. Kumar
and Vasandani, Thermal Engineering, Metropolitan Book Co., Delhi.
3. Mathur
and Mehta, Thermal Engineering, Jain Bros. Publishers, Delhi.
4.
Ballaney P.L., Thermal Engineering, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
5. Holman,
Thermodynamics, Mc Graw Hill , London
6. R.S.
Khurmi/ J.K.Gupta, A Text Book of Thermal Engg., S. Chand and Company,
New Delhi.
7. R.
Yadav, Steam & Gas Turbine,
8. S.L.
Sumasundram, Thermal Engineering, New Age International.
9. Cengel,
Thermodynamics: An engineering approach, 3/e, Tata McGrawHill,
New Delhi
S.E. (Automobile)
PARTI
3. FLUID
MECHANICS
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures:
3 hrs/week Theory Paper : 100 marks (3 hrs.)
Practical:
2 hrs/week Term work : 25 marks
Practical
and Oral: 25 marks
SECTIONI
1.
Properties of the Fluids (4)
Viscosity,
compressibility, surface tension and capillarity, vapour pressure &
cavitation,
static pressure, pressure head, Insensitivity of pressure, Pascal’s Law,
Absolute
gauge, Vaccum, Atmosphere pressures, manometers.
2. Fluid
Statics (4)
Total
pressure & C. P. for horizontal, vertical and inclined rectangular,
Triangular &
Circular
plane surface (Without Proof), Buoyancy, centre of Buoyancy, Meta centre,
Metacentric
Height.
3. Fluid
Kinematics (3)
Flow
visualization, types of flow, streamline, path line, streak line, stream tube,
continuity
equation in Cartesian coordinates in three dimensional form.
Acceleration
of fluid particles.
4. Fluid
Dynamics (7)
Equation
of motion, Integration of Euler’s equation as energy equation. Energy
correction
factor.
Steady and
unsteady flow through orifice. Orifice placed in a pipe, Venturimeter,
flow over
triangular and rectangular notches.
5.
Momentum Equation (3)
Derivation
of momentum equation, momentum correction factor, Applications of
momentum
equation.
SECTION 
II
6. Laminar
Flow (3)
Laminar
flow through circular pipes, laminar flow through parallel plates.
7. Flow in
pipes (5)
Energy
losses in transition, expansion and contraction. Parallel pipe, siphon pipes,
branching
pipes and equivalent pipes. Hydraulic Gradient & Total energy line.
8.
Dimensional Analysis and Similitude (2)
Dimensionally
homogeneous equations, Buckingham’s _ theorem, calculation of
dimensionless
parameters. Similitude, complete similarity, model scales.
9.
Boundary Layer Theory (3)
Boundary
layer thickness, its characteristics, laminar and turbulent boundary layers,
separation,
boundary layer control (descriptive treatment)
10. Forces
on immersed bodies (3)
Types of
drags on a flat plate. Drag on aerofoil. Development of lift. (Magnus effect)
stalling
condition of aerofoil.
11.
Compressible flow (5)
Propagation
of elastic waves, Mach number cone, Energy equation of
compressible
flows, Stagnation pressure and temperature, Adiabatic flow through
pipes of
varying cross section, Isentropic flow, Condition of maximum discharge.
TERM WORK
The term
work shall consist of the report on any ten experiments from the following:
1.
Determination of minor losses in pipefittings
2. Flow
visualization by plotting of streamline (Heleshaw apparatus).
3.
Verification of Bernoulli’s equation.
4. Orifice
under steady and unsteady flow condition and/ or Reynolds experiment.
5.
Determination of velocity profile through circular pipes for laminar flow.
6.
Determination of loss head and discharge in parallel pipe.
7.
Determination of loss of friction in series pipes.
8.
Pressure and velocity distribution over aerofoil.
9.
Measurement of lift and drag on model in wind tunnel.
10.
Calibration of notches.
11.
Calibration of Venturimeter and orificemeter.
12.
Determination of coefficient of friction in pipe flow for G. I. and PVC pipes.
Instructions
for practical examination
Four to
five experiments shall be selected for practical examination.
A group of
four students for each practical set up .
Oral will
be based on the practical examination and journal.
BOOKS
1. V. L.
Streeter and E. B. Wyline, Fluid Mechanics, Wiley Eastel Limited, New Delhi
2. K. L.
Kumar, Fluid Mechanics, S. Chand Publication, New Delhi
3. K.
Subramanya, Theory and Applications of machines, Tata McGraw Hill
Publication.
4. Fox and
McDonald, Fluid Mechanics, John Wiley and Sons, New York.
5. Bansal,
Fluid Mechanics, Laxmi publications, New Delhi.
6.
Fraizini, Fluid Mechanics, 4/e, Tata McGrawHill, New Delhi.
7. White,
Fluid Mechanics, 4/e, Tata McGrawHill, New Delhi.
8. P. N.
Modi, S. M. Seth, Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Standard Book House,
New Delhi.
S.E. (Automobile)
PARTI
4.
ENGINEERING MATERIALS
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures:
3 hrs/week Theory Paper: 100 marks (3 hrs. duration)
SECTIONI
Types of
engineering materials
Classification
of engineering material, metals, nonmetals, plastics, ceramics, composites
and wood (2)
Properties
of Engineering Materials
Mechanical
properties of engineering materials creep, fatigue properties of materials,
Fatigue
failure and endurance limit, modulus of elasticity, yield strength, plastic
deformation
and toughness, Compressive strength, tensile strength and elongation at
break,
viscoelasticity, hardness, impact strength. Ductility, Importance of material
properties
in manufacturing (6)
Structure
of materials Crystalline
structure
of solids: Concept of unit cell and space lattice, Miller indices, Crystal
structure
determination by Xray diffraction, Crystal structure of ferrous and non
ferrous
metals,
Crystal imperfections, Structure of non crystalline materials (4)
Plastics
and Rubber: Natural rubber production and properties
Compounding and
Vulcanization
of Rubber Synthetic Rubbers  Buna Rubbers, Butyle Rubbers, Neoprene
Thiokols,
Polyurethane and a Silicons Rubbers. (4)
Polymers: Physical and Mechanical properties of polymers and their
composites, effect
of processing
on properties. Applications in engineering.
(2)
High
Polymers : Classification of High polymers production
of high polymers general
methods
Some important plastics, their production, properties and uses Polyethylene
PVC,
Polystyrene, Teflon, Acrylics, Nylon, Polyesters, Phenol Formaldehyde Resins,
Urea
Formaldehyde
Resins and siliconescompounding and moulding of High polymers.(3)
SECTIONII
Ferrous
Alloys: Study of FeFe3C equilibrium diagram with all phases and critical
temperatures
i) Steels:
plain carbon steels, mild steels, medium carbon structural steels, high
carbon
tool steel.(4)
ii) Alloy
Steels: Effect of alloying elements on physical and mechanical properties of
steels, Free cutting steels, high carbon low alloy steels, maraging steels,
creep resisting steels, high temperature or super alloys, study of low
expansion and controlled expansion alloys; alloys for heating elements,
Stainless steels: different types, Tool steels: cold work tool steel, hot work
tool steels, highspeed tool steel (HSS), special purpose tool steels. (4)
iii) Cast
Irons: factors affecting structures of cast irons, White C.I., malleable C.I.,
Grey
C.I.,
Mechanite, Nodular C. I. (3)
Engineering
Non Ferrous Alloys:
i) Al –based alloys
ii) Cu –based alloys Different types of Brass and bronze.
iii) Tin based alloys
iv) Introduction to light metal alloys Mg based and Titanium
based alloys (3)
Composite Materials : Introduction,
Types of composite materials, properties,
advantages, orthotropic and
anisotropic behavior, Micromechanical and macromechanical analysis of composite
material, Applications of composite materials,(4) Corrosion and its prevention Dry
corrosion, Wet corrosion, Pilling and Bedworth rule, Formation and growth of
film, Growth law, Galvanic corrosion, Stress corrosion, Effect of temperature,
Corrosion control and prevention methods. (3)
TEXT BOOKS
1. V D
Kodgire, Material science and metallurgy, Everest Publishers, Pune
2. Swroop
and Saxena, Elements of metallurgy, Rastogi Publications, Meerut.
3. P L
Jain, Principles of foundry technology, Tata McGrawHill, New Delhi.
4. O. P.
Khanna, Foundry technology, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
5. P. C.
Sharma, Production technology, S. Chand and Company Ltd.,
6. O. P.
Khanna, Welding technology, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
7.
Vijendra Singh, Material science, Standard Publication, standard Publishers,
Delhi.
8.
Lawrence H. Vanvlack, “Elements of Material Science and Engineering”,
Addison
Wesley
9.
Raghvan, V., “Material Science and Engineering”. Prentice Hall of India.
10.
Agrawal, B. K., “Introduction to Engineering Materials” Tata McGraw Hill, New
Delhi.
11. Avner,
Physical Metallurgy, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
12. R.
Jones, Mechanics of composite material,
13. K Caw,
Mechanics of composite material,
REFERENCE
BOOKS
1. R A
Higgins, Engineering metallurgyPART I /II, Tata McGrawHill Book Company,
New Delhi.
2. Haine
and Rosenthal, Principles of metal casting, Tata McGrawHill Book
Company,
New Delhi.
3. Little,
Welding technology, Tata McGrawHill Book Company, New Delhi.
4. ASTM
Volumes on Welding, casting, forming and material selection
5. Perry’s
Chemical Engineers handbook
S.E.
(Automobile) PARTI
5.
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures:
3 hrs/week Theory Paper : 100 marks (3 hrs. duration)
Practical:
2 hrs/week Term work : 25 marks
SECTIONI
1.
Generation system: (9)
Construction
of DC machine, Principal of generation of DC, Essential parts of DC
machine,
Armature winding, Types of windings: Lap & Wave, EMF equation,
Introduction
to armature reaction, Commutation, Type of DC generators,
Characteristics,
Voltage regulation, Condition for self excitation, Causes of failure to
built up
voltage, Applications of DC generators,
AC generation,
Principal of AC generation, Three phase alternator, Construction,
Armature
winding, Classification of winding, Voltage regulation, Rating of alternator,
Voltage
regulator in automotive alternator.
2.
Electric Drives: (8)
D.C.
motors, Construction and working principle, Types of motorsseries, shunt &
compound,
Motor characteristics and comparison, Speed control methods of series &
shunt
motors, Electric braking of DC series and shunt motorplugging and regenerative
braking,
Faults in DC machines, Trouble shooting in DC motors,
Three
phase induction motor Working principal, Rotating magnetic field,
Rotor
frequency, Rotor emf, Torque equation, Starting, Maximum and running
torque,
Torque speed characteristics, Speed control methods,
AC series
motor – Construction, Working principal, characteristics, method
of speed
control,
Calculation
of rating of motors based on torque requirement.
3. Electrical Heating (4)
Advantages,
Types of electric heating, resistance heatingresistance oven, arc
heatingdirect
and indirect furnace, induction heating, dielectric and infrared
heating,
induction furnacesdirect, vertical and coreless furnaces, High frequency
eddy
current heatingprincipal, advantages and applications.
SECTIONII
4. Power Semiconductor devices and applications (7)
Power
diodeConstruction and rating, Half wave and full wave single phase and
three
phase uncontrolled Rectifier, SCRConstruction, operating characteristics,
Ratingvoltage
rating,
current rating, SCR as a switch, FET & MOSFETConstruction operating
characteristics
and applications, IGBT Construction, operating characteristics and
applications,
Speed control of D.C. motors using SCR circuit.
5. Electrical Measurements (4)
PMMCPrinciple,
construction and use, WattmeterConstruction and use, Digital
multimeter
block diagram and working, LCD, CROCRT, block diagram,
measurement
of voltage & current, XY plotters.
6. Transducers (5)
Definition,
classification, transducer selection, different types of transducers, strain
gauges,
RTD, thermistor, thermocouple, LVDT, capacitive transducers, piezoelectric
transducer,
photovoltaic cell, LDR, pressure transducer, speed measurement using
magnetic
and photoelectric pickup, IC based SensorLM3.
7. Operational Amplifiers and overview of microprocessor (4)
Operation
amplifier, OPAmp as an adder, substractor, integrator, differentiator,
comparator,
Introduction to microprocessor based system, Architecture of 8085.
TERM WORK
A) A batch
shall report to Electrical Engineering Laboratory and Electronics
laboratory
in alternate weeks.
B) All
experiments must be set simultaneously and the number of students in each
group
working on a set up shall not exceed 5 students.
Electrical
TechnologyAny five experiments from the following list.
1) Load
test on D.C. Shunt Generator
2) Speed
control of D.C. Shunt motor by flux control and armature control method.
3) Load
test on D.C. Shunt motor.
4) Load
test on D.C. Series motor.
5)
Determination of Regulation of alternator.
6) Load test
on three phase Induction motor.
7)
Measurement of voltage and current by CRO
Electronicsany
five experiments from the following list.
1)
Characteristics of SCR
2) Study
of operational amplifier as adder, and substractor.
3)
Operation Amplifier as level detector (Comparator).
4) Speed
control of DC motor by 1 Phase fully controlled converter.
5) Study
of Displacement measurement using LVDT.
6) Speed
measurement using magnetic pickup.
7)
Addition and subtraction of two 8bit numbers using 8085.
BOOKS
1. B. L.
Thereja, Electrical Technology, Volume,
2. H.
Partap, Utilisation of electrical energy,
3.
Malvino, Electronic Principles 6/e, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi
4. Allen
Mottershed, Electronic Devices and circuits, PHI, New Delhi.
5.
Ramakant Gaikwad, Operational Amplifiers and Linear integrated circuit
Technology,
S. Chand Company Ltd.
6. A. K.
Sawhney, A Course in Electrical and Electronics measurement and
Instrumentation,
11/e, Dhanpat Rai & Sons
7. Milman
and Halkias, Electronic devices and circuits, Tata McGrawHill Book
Company,
New Delhi
8. R.S.
Gaonkar, Microprocessor, Architecture Programming and
Applications
with 8085A
S.E. (Automobile) PARTI
6.
MEASURMENT TECHNIQUES
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Practical
: 2 hrs/week Term Work : 25 marks
Practical/Oral
: 25 marks
Term Work
Temperature
measurement using Thermocouple, RTD & Thermister
1.
Preparation of Thermocouple bit and Calibration
2.
Calibration of pressure gauge & vacuum gauge
3. Angular
speed measurement
4. Flow
Measurement
5.
Measurement of force / load using Strain Gauges & calibration of load cell
6.
Vibration Measurement and acoustic measurement
7.
Experiment on OnOff Temperature Controller
8.
Experiment on DC/AC Motor speed control
9. Experiment
on various modes of control P, I, D
10.
Experiment on various modes of control P + I, P + D,
11.
Experiment on various modes of control P + I + D
TEXT BOOK
1.
Mechanical Measurements and Control by D. S. Kumar.
2.
Mechanical Measurements by Sorihi & Dr. Radhakrishnan.
3.
Mechanical Measurements by Beckwith & Buck and Roy D. Marangoni, Narora
Publishing
House, New Delhi.
4.
Automatic Control Engineering by F.H. Raven 5th Edition. McGraw Hill Student
Edition)
5. Modern
Control Engineering by K. Ogata.
6. Control
Engineering by B.C. Kuo.
S.E. (Automobile)
PARTI
7.
AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENT DRAWING
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Practical
: 4 hrs/week Term Work : 50 marks
Oral : 25
Marks
TERM WORK
Sheet no.
1: Based on BIS conventions
Significance
and importance of BIS Conventions, Conventional
representation
of engineering Materials, all type of gear and assemblies,
helical
and leaf springs, Internal and external threads, square head, spline
shaft,
diamond knurling, BIS conventions for sectioning, type of sections, BIS
methods of
linear and angular dimensioning. Symbolic representation of
welds.
(First angle method of projection recommended by BIS is to be
used)
Sheet no.
2: Based on sketching (Free hand drawing) of various machine components
mentioned
Sketches
of nut, bolts, square and hexagonal flanged nuts, lock nuts, dome nut,
capstan
nut, wing nut, castle nut, split pin, square headed bolt, cup headed bolt,
Theaded
bolt, Rag
foundation bolt, stud, washer, Various types of rivets and riveted
joints,
Various types of keys, Muff coupling, Protected and unprotected flanged
coupling,
universal coupling, solid and bush bearing, Plumber block (pedestal
bearing),
foot step bearing, Flat and Vbelt pulleys, Fast and loose pulleys, speed
cone pulleys,
Pipe joint for C.I. Flanged, socket and spigot type pipe joint, Union
pipe joint
and standard pipefitting, First angle method of projection is to be used.
Sheet no.
3: Drawing details and assembly containing maximum twelve parts by taking
actual
measurement
on parts. ( Different automotive assemblies should be given to a
group of
four students.)
Sheet no.
4: Drawing assembly from given drawing of details and entering limits, fits,
tolerances,
surface finish symbols, geometrical requirements etc.
Sheet no.
5: Sheet based on auxiliary view.
Sheet no.
6: Sheet based on interpenetration of solids.
Interpenetration
of prism with prism, prism with cylinder, prism with cone, prism
with
pyramids. (Prisms and Pyramids limited up to rectangular), cylinder with
cylinder,
Cone with cylinder. (Minimum three problems)
Note:
Theoretical part of above content should be taught by faculty before assigning
sheet to
students.
S.E. (Automobile)
PARTI
8.
WORKSHOP PRACTICE III
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Practical
: 2 hrs/week Term Work : 50 marks
The load
of workshop practice III will be allotted to the teaching staff and will be
assisted
by
workshop staff for completing the jobs.
1. Sand
testing for given sand and core sand (2 practicals)
a) Size
analysis, Grain fineness Number
b)
Hardness (mould/core)
c)
Permeability
d)
Moisture percentage
e) Clay
content
f) Given
compressive strength
2.
Preparation of mould and non ferrous casting (2 practicals)
3. One job
of plain turning, taper turning and knurling operation. (8 practicals)
Term Work:
Journal based on experiment number 1 & 2, Two assignment on moulding
and
casting.
Assessment:
15 marks for job and 10 marks for journal. It is to be done by teaching staff
member and
will be assisted by respective workshop staff.
S.E.
(Automobile) PARTII
1
PROGRAMMING AND COMPUTATIONAL METHODS
Teaching
scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures :
3 hrs/week Theory Paper : 100 marks
Practical
: 2 hrs/week Term Work: 25 marks
SECTION –
I
1. C
Programming: (7)
Pointer:
Concept Expression, Pointer and array, Characteristics string array of
pointers,
Function:
Function declaration & prototype, Function call by reference, passing array
to function,
storage classes in C. C Preprocessor: Introduction, Macro substantiation,
File
insulation, Compiler Control Directives,
2. Linear
Programming – (5)
Introduction,
Formulation of problem,
a)
Graphical Method
b) Simplex
Method, Quality concept.
3. Roots
of Equations (4)
Iteration
method (Successive approximation method), The Method of Iteration for
System of
NonLinear Equations, Lin Barstow’s method for complex roots
Roots of
polynomials by Muller’s method
4.
Interpolation (5)
Gauss
forward and backward formulae, Bessel’s interpolation formula, Laplace 
Everett’s
formula,
Lagrange's Interpolation formula, Newton’s General Interpolation formula,
SECTION –
II
6.
Ordinary Differential Equation: (5)
Boundary
Value Problems
a) Shooting Method,
b) Finite Difference Method.
Eigen
Value Problems:
a) Power Method
b) Polynomial Method
7. Partial
Differential Equation (8)
a)Elliptic
Equationsa)
Laplace
Equation,
b)Poisson’s
Equation.
Parabolic
equationa)
One
dimensional heat equation
b) Two
dimensional heat equation `
Hyperbolic
equation – Wave equation
8.
Regression Analysis (4)
Principle
of least squares
Linear
regression (line of regression of x on y and conversely)
Non linear
regression (second degree parabolic curve)
Multiple
linear regressions
9.
Introduction to Finite Element Method (4)
Solution
of boundary value problem
Integral
formulations for numerical methods, one dimensional element
Applications
of FEM for one dimensional stress problems
TERM WORK
A term
work shall consist of report on any ten of the following.
1. Two
programs on pointer
2. Two
programs on Function
3. Program
for solution of nonlinear equation by iteration method
4. Program
for solution of polynomial by Muller’s method
5. Program
to implement Bessel’s method of interpolation.
6. Program
to implement Lagrange’ s method of interpolation
7.
Solution of Eign value problem by C program
8.
Solution of Laplace equation by C program
9.
Solution of Heat equation by C program
10.
Solution of Wave equation by C program
11.
Program to implement list square fit of line regression
12.
Program to implement second degree parabolic curve
TEXT BOOKS
1. S.C.
Chapra; R.P. Canale; “Numerical Methods for Engineers”; Tata McGraw Hill
Publications,
New Delhi.
2. B.S.
Grewal, “Numerical Methods”; Khanna Publication,
New Delhi
3.
Balagurusamy, Numerical Methods, Tata McGraw Hill Publications, New Delhi.
4. Manish
Goyal “Computer based numerical and statistical techniques” Laxmi Publication.
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(Automobile) PARTII
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KINEMATICS OF MACHINES
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures :
3 hrs/week Theory Paper : 100 marks (3 hrs. duration)
Practical
: 2 hrs/week Term work : 25 Marks
SECTIONI
1. Basic
Concepts of Mechanism (4)
Links,
kinematics pair (lower and higher), kinematics chain, mechanism, inversions of mechanisms, types of constraints, Grubbler’s
criterion, slider crank chain and its inversions, double slider crank chain and
its inversions, four bar chain and its inversions.
2.
Velocity and Acceleration in Mechanisms
a) Graphical Method: (7)
Velocity and acceleration diagram for
different mechanisms using relative velocity and acceleration method,
Corroillis component of acceleration, Klein’s construction for slider crank
chain, velocity analysis by instantaneous center method for four bar chain and
slider
crank chain
b) Analytical Method: (2)
Kinematic
analysis of slider crank chain
c) Complex Algebra and Vector Algebra Method (3)
Position vector
of point, relative position vector, loop closer equation
(No Numerical
Treatment)
3.
Mechanisms with Lower Pair (5)
Pantograph,
exact and approximate straightline mechanisms, steering gear mechanisms, Hooke’s joint
SECTIONII
4.
Synthesis of Mechanism
Chebychev
method to find precision points, graphical method of position synthesis
for four
bar chain and slider crank mechanism – two position, three position
synthesis.
Analytical method of synthesis by least square technique (5)
5. Cams
Types of
cams and followers, profiles of cams for specified motion of different
followers, specified counter cams, tangent cams, circular arc cam, spring load
on the follower, jumping of follower, torque of camshaft (6)
6.
Friction (3)
Friction
circle, friction in pivot bearings, friction in screws
7.
Governors (4)
Types of
governors, Porter and Hartnell governor, controlling force and stability of
governor hunting, sensitivity, isochronisms, governor effort and power,
insensitiveness of governors.
8. Belts
and Ropes (3)
Types of
belt and rope drives, calculation of lengths and power transmitted, belt
tension
ratio, actual tension in a running belt, centrifugal and initial tension in a
belt,
sleep and
creep of belt.
TERM WORK
A term
work shall consist of following.
1)
Demonstration of various mechanisms and their inversions.
2)
Velocity and acceleration problems by relative velocity and acceleration
Method 3 problems.
3)
Verification of ratio of angular displacement of shafts connected by Hooks
joint.
4)
Synthesis of mechanism.  2 problems.
5) Plot of
displacement, velocity and acceleration curves for two types of camfollower.
6)
Governor characteristics for Porter governor
7)
Governor characteristics for Hartnell governor
TEXT BOOKS
1) Ratan
S.S, Theory of Machines, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
2)
Ballany, Theory of Machines, Khanna Publication, New Delhi.
3)
V.P.Singh, Theory of Machines, Dhanpat Rai and Sons.
4)
Phakatkar, Theory of Machines I and II, Nirali Publication, Pune
5) Sadhu
Singh, Theory of Machines, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
REFERENCE
BOOKS
1) Thomas
Bevan, Theory of Machines, CBS Publishers, New Delhi.
2)
Shigley, Theory of Machines and Mechanism, McGraw Hill, New York.
3) G.S.
Rao and R.V. Dukipatti, Theory of Machines and Mechanism, New Age Int.
Publications
Ltd. New Delhi.
4) Shah
and Jadhawani, Theory of Machines, Dhanpat Rai & Sons
5)
Abdullah Shariff, Theory of Machines, McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
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(Automobile) PARTII
3.
METALLURGY & METAL TREATMENTS
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lecture :
3 hrs/week Theory Paper : 100 marks (3 hrs. duration)
Practical
: 2 hrs/week Term work : 25 Marks
Oral : 25
marks
SECTIONI
1. Metal
Alloy Systems: (7)
a) Metals, metallic bonds, crystal structure (BCC, FCC, HCP
only), imperfection in
crystals
b) Alloy formation by
crystallization, solidification, cooling curves
c) Solid solutions and intermediate phases
d) Phases and phase rule
e) Construction of equilibrium diagrams
from cooling curves, components of different solubility in liquid and solid state.
Eutectic, Eutectoid, Peritectic transformations. Lever arm principles, Long and
shortrange freezing, dendritic structure and coring.
2. Fe Fe3CFerrous alloys.
Cu Sn,
Cu Zn, Cu BeCopper alloys
AlSi, Al
Cu – Aluminium alloys
PbSn,
SnSb – Other alloys.
Study of
phase diagrams with respect to typical compositions, properties and
applications
such as (5)
3.
Selection of materials based on applications. (4)
Tools,
magnets, springs, bearings, Nuclear, Aerospace, Rocket Propulsion and
automobile
applications
Specifications
– IS, BS, ASTM, DIN, SAE, AISI, ISO
4.
Metallurgical Testing (5)
a) Destructive Testing methods:
Tensile, Compressive, Impact, Fatigue, Creep, Hardness etc.
b) Non Destructive Testing: 
Dye penetrant, magnetic, ultrasonic, Radiography, Eddy Current
testing.
SECTION II
5.
Principles of Heat Treatment Processes of Steels (5)
a) Transformation of Pearlite into
austenite upon heating, Transformation of austenite into Pearlite, Bainite and
Martensite on cooling.
b)
TTT – Diagram – significance, Effect of alloying elements on TTT diagram
and
its significance.
c) CCT – Diagrams
6. Heat
Treatment Processes (8)
a)Annealing – Full  Sub critical
 Spherodising.
b) Normalising
c) Hardening  Quenching Baths.
 Hardening types
d) Tempering – Types, Structural transformations during
tempering.
e) Precipitation hardening – stages, common alloys, variables,
theories.
f) Surface hardening – Flame and induction
g) Chemical heat treatments – Carburising, nitriding, cyniding,
carbonitriding
7. Heat treatment
furnaces, controlled atmospheres. Heat treatment defects and remedies` (4)
8. Powder
Metallurgy of metals, nonmetals and composites with respect to flow charts
(4)
Stage 
Powder manufacturing types
 Mixing/
Blending

Compaction types
 Sintering
 Sizing/
impregnation
Flowcharts
for – Tool materials, bearings and bushes, electrical contacts,
magnets,
sintered aluminium products.
TERM –
WORK
1) Tensile
testing of mild steel. Cast iron, Brass and aluminium.
2)
Hardness testing (Rockwell and Brinell) of steel, CI, Brass, and alloy steel.
3) Impact
testing: Mild steel, Brass, C.I., Aluminium
4)
Demonstration of N.D.T. (Any two of different NDT tests)
5)
Macroscopic Examinations such as spark test Sulphur printing.
6)
Examination of microstructure of steels.
7)
Examination of microstructure of C.I.
8)
Examination of microstructure of Non ferrous alloys.
9) Jominy
end – quench test for hardenability
10)
Observation of various industrial heat treatments processes during industrial
visits.
BOOKS
1.
Vijendra Singh, Engg. Physical Metallurgy, Standard Publishers, Delhi
2. V.D.
Kodgire, Material science and metallurgy, Everest Publishers Pune
3. Avner,
Physical Metallurgy, TMH publication.
4. Clerk,
Verney, Engineering Metallurgy –.
5. Higgins
R. A., Hodder, Engineering Metallurgy I and II, English language Book
Society.
6. A.K.
Sinha, Powder Metallurgy
7.
Rollson, Metallurgy for Engg. Technicians, English language Book Society
8. T.V.
Rajan / C.P. Sharma, Heat Treatments Principles and Practices, Prentice Hall
of India
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
9.
Prabhudev, Heat treatment of Steels, HMT Handbook
10. G.E.
Dieter, Mechanical Metallurgy, Tata McGrawHill, New Delhi.
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(Automobile) PARTII
4. FLUID
MACHINES
Teaching
scheme : Examination scheme :
Lectures :
3 Hrs. per Week Theory Paper : 100 Marks (3 hrs duration)
Practical
: 2 Hrs/Alternate Week Term Work : 25 Marks
Practical
Oral : 25 marks
Section –
I
1.
Introduction to Water Turbines:
Impulse
& reaction water turbines, Principle of operation, construction &
working of
Francis
& Kaplan Turbine, Draft tube, velocity triangles, calculation of
efficiency, power,
discharge
etc., Governing of turbine. Performance characteristic of turbines (7)
2.
Centrifugal Pumps:
Working
principles, Construction, types, various heads, multistage pumps, velocity
triangles,
minimum starting speed, cavitation, MPSH and NPSH. Methods of priming
calculations
of efficiencies, discharge, blade angles, head, power required, impeller
dimensions
etc., Similarity Principles of centrifugal pumps, Performance characteristic. (9)
3.
Reciprocating Pumps:
Principle,
construction, working, gear pumps, vane pumps, types, applications, Air
vessels,
Performance characteristics. (5)
Section 
II
4. Air
Compressors:
Application
of compressed air, classification of compressor, reciprocating compressors, construction,
work input, necessity of cooling, isothermal efficiency, heat rejected, effect of
clearance volume, volumetric efficiency, necessity of multistaging,
construction, optimum intermediate pressure for minimum work required, after
cooler, free air delivered, air flow measurement, capacity control. Roots
blower and vane blower (descriptive treatment) (7)
5.
Rotodynamic Air Compressors:
Centrifugal
compressor, velocity diagram. Theory of operation, losses, Adiabatic
efficiency,
effect of compressibility, diffuser, prewhirl, pressure coefficient, slip
factor,
performance.
Axial flow
compressors, velocity diagram, degree of reaction, polytropic efficiency,
surging,
chocking, stalling, performance, comparison with centrifugal. (6)
6. Gas
Turbines:
Working
principles, applications, open, closed cycle and their comparison, Cycle
modified
to regeneration, reheat, inter cooling performance, Calculation of gas turbine
work
ratio, efficiency etc. (6)
7. Jet
Propulsions:
Types,
construction, working principle, applications. (2)
Term Work
1. Trial
on Pelton wheel
2. Trial
on Francis turbine
3. Trial
on Kaplan turbine
4. Trial
on Reciprocating pump
5. Trial
on Centrifugal pump
6. Trial
on reciprocating compressor
7. Trial
on centrifugal blower
8. Study
of hydraulic devices Intensifier, Accumulator
9. Study
of hydraulic devices Hydraulic jacks, press, Crane
10. Study
of other types of pumps and compressors – Gear pump, jet pump,
submersible
pump, air lift pump Industrial visit to hydro power plant
References
1.
Hydraulic Machines, V.P. Vasantdani
2. Fluid
Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, Modi Seth
3. Fluid
flow machines, N.S. Govindrao
4. Turbo
machines, S.M. Yahya
5. Fluid
power Engineering, D.S. Kumar
6. Steam
& gas Turbines, R. Yadav
7. Steam
& gas Turbines, V. Ganeshan
8. Thermal
Engg. Kumar Vasantdani
9. Thermal
Engg. P.L. Balleny
10. Gas
turbines & Compressor, Cohen & Rogers
11.
Thermodynamics & Heat Engines – VolII by R. Yadav
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(Automobile) PARTII
5.
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
Teaching
scheme : Examination scheme :
Lectures
:3 Hrs. per Week Theory Paper :100 Marks (3 hrs duration)
SECTIONI
1.
Stresses and Strain. (6)
Concept of
stress and strain, (Linear, lateral, shear and volumetric), Hooke’s Law,
Poisson’s
ratio,
Modulus of Elasticity, Modulus of rigidity, stressstrain diagram for ductile
and brittle
material,
factor of safety, working stress, Complementary shear stress, Bulk Modulus,
interrelationship
between
elastic constants, Thermal stresses.
2.
Principal Stresses and Strains (7)
Normal and
shear stresses on any oblique planes, concept of Principal planes, derivation
of
expression
for Principal stresses and maximum shear stress, Positions of principal planes
and
planes of
maximum shear, Graphical solutions using Mohr’s circle of stresses,
3. Shear
Force and Bending Moment Diagram. (4)
Concept
and definition of shear force and bending moment in determinate beams due to
concentrated,
UDL and uniform varying load.
4. Bending
Stresses in Beams (4)
Symmetric
pure bending of beams, flexure formula, moment of resistance of crosssections
, simple
builtup section, design of rectangular and circular (solid and
hollow)
sections; L, I and T sections
SECTION II
5. Shear
stresses in beam
Distribution
of shear stresses in beams of various commonly used sections such as circular,
I,
T, and L
angles, combined effect of bending and shear. (3)
6.
Deflection of Beams (5)
Strain
curvature and moment curvature relation, solution of beam deflection problem by
Double
integration method, Area moment method.
7. Columns
(3)
Euler’s
formula for different end connections, concept of equivalent length, eccentric
loading,
Rankine formula
8. Torsion
(3)
Basic
assumptions, Torsion formula, Hollow and solid circular shafts, Angular
deflection,
Combined
bending and Torsion,
9. Energy
Methods (4)
Strain
energy for axial stress, Pure bending and shear stresses, use of energy theorem
to
determine deflections and twists of shafts
10.
Bending of curved Beams (3)
Introduction,
stresses in curved beams like hook.
TEXT BOOKS
1.
Ferdinand P Beer and E.R. Johnston JR, John Dewolf, Mechanics of Materials 3/e,
McGraw
Hill Book Company
2.
Timoshenko and Young, Elements of Strength of Materials, EastWest Press Pvt.
Limited,
New Delhi.
3.
Ramamurthum, Strength of Materials, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi.
4. Rajput,
Strength of Materials, Laxmi Publication
5. D.R.
Malhotra and H.C.Gupta, Strength of Materials, Satya Publication, New Delhi.
6.
S.B.Junnerkar, Mechanics of structure Vol I, Publication House,
7. Bansal,
Charotor Strength of Materials, Laxmi Publication
8. Khurmi
Gupta, Strength of Materials, S. Chand Publication.
REFERENCE
BOOKS
1. Den
Hartong, Strength of Materials, McGraw Hill, New York.
2. Singer,
Strength of Materials, Horper and Bow Publication. New York,
3. H. Burr
and John Cheatam, Mechanical Analysis and Design, PHI, New Delhi.
4. Robert
Norton, Machine Design, Prentice Hall
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(Automobile) PARTII
6.
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
Teaching
scheme: Examination scheme:
Lectures :
3 Hrs. per Week Theory Paper :100 Marks (3 hrs duration)
SECTION –I
1.
Importance of casting as manufacturing Process, advantages and disadvantages of
Casting
processes, foundry layouts (3)
2. Types
of patterns & cores, materials and selection criteria for pattern making,
pattern
allowances,
pattern color code, Gates, runners and risers, Moulding sand its types and
properties,
(5)
3.
Moulding processes:
Types of
moulding process, CO2 moulding,
Shell moulding, Investment casting,
Moulding
machines and core making machines. Gravity and pressure diecasting,
Centrifugal
casting, Continuous casting (5)
5. Melting
and pouring
Types of
fuel fired melting furnaces, Cupola furnace, oil/gas fired furnaces, crucible
furnaces,
Metallurgical control in furnaces, Metal pouring equipments (3)
6.
Cleaningfettling and inspection of casting, casting defects and remedies
Safetypollution
control
and mechanization in foundries (3)
7. Ferrous
and non ferrous applications in automobiles. (2)
SECTION 
II
8.
Lathe: Centre, Capstan
and Turret Lathes (4)
Working
principles, types specifications, principal parts, accessories and
attachments,
various operations, Introduction to Automates, Working principle
and types
9.
Drilling & Boring Machine (3)
Upright,
radial, Bench drilling machine, drill chucks, various operations, tapping
attachments,
Horizontal and vertical boring machine, construction and operation,
boring
tools and bars, boring heads, Jig boring machine.
10.
Shaping, Slotting & Planning Machine (2)
Types,
Feed mechanism, various operations
11.
Milling Machine (5)
Types of
milling machines, milling operations, vertical milling attachment for
horizontal
milling machine.
12.
Grinding Machine (5)
Types –
cylindrical (external/internal), center less and surface grinder, tool and
cutter
grinder, Grinding wheels Abrasives, bonds and bonding processes, grit,
grade and
structure of wheel, wheel shapes, wheel specifications. Selection of
wheel,
13.
Broaching Machine (2)
Types of
broaching operations, advantages and limitations.
Industrial
visit to a ferrous and nonferrous foundry to study:
a. Cupola,
induction furnace – Construction and working.
b.
Different moulding and core making methods and processes.
TEXT BOOKS
1. V D
Kodgire, Material science and metallurgy, Everest Publishers, Pune
2. Swroop
and Saxena, Elements of metallurgy, Rastogi Publications, Meerut.
3. P L
Jain, Principles of foundry technology, Tata McGrawHill, New Delhi.
4. O. P.
Khanna, Foundry technology, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
5. P. C.
Sharma, Production technology, S. Chand and Company Ltd.,
6. O. P.
Khanna, Welding technology, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.
7.
Vijendra Singh, Material science, Standard Publication, standard Publishers,
Delhi.
REFERANCE
BOOKS
1. R A
Higgins, Engineering metallurgyPART I /II, Tata McGrawHill Book Company,
New Delhi.
2. Haine
and Rosenthal, Principles of metal casting, Tata McGrawHill Book
Company,
New Delhi.
3. Little,
Welding technology, Tata McGrawHill Book Company, New Delhi.
4. ASTM
Volumes on Welding, casting, forming and material selection
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(Automobile) PARTII
7.
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING
Teaching
scheme: Examination scheme:
Practical
: 2 Hrs. per week Term work : 25 Marks
Practical
oral : 25 Marks
1. Basic
command to draw 2 D objects like line, point, circle, arc, ellipse, polygon,
polyline,
spline etc.
2.
Editting: Erase, extension, breaking, fillet, chamfer, trimming, scaling etc.
3. Viewing
and other: Zoom pan, mirroring, rotating, moving objects, arrange blocks,
offset
etc.
4.
Hatching of sections.
5. Use of
layers in drawing
6.
Plotting of drawing.
7.
Introduction to 3D drawing. Elevation, thickness, viewpoint, UCS, paper space
etc.
TERM WORK
1.
Computer aided drafting of four simple components like engine piston, crankshaft,
connecting
rod, screw jack, crane hook, tail stock, tool post etc. and print out of the
same
2. Drawing
of details and assembly containing 6 – 8 component with tolerance,
machining
symbol etc. and plotting the same on paper of size not less than A3
3. 3D
drawing of one simple component and printing its 2D views along with 3 D
object
drawing.
4. Redraw
given production drawing and to interpret it.
Note: Latest computer aided drafting software like Auto CAD and any 3D
modeling
software
are to be used.
Instructions
for practical examination
1. Every
student shall be given one problem each.
2. Oral
shall be based on the problem solved in AutoCad and the journal.
BOOKS
1. George
Omura, Mastering Auto CAD, BPB Publication.
2. George
Omura, ABC’s of Auto CAD, BPB Publication.
3.
Bethune, Engineering graphic with Auto CAD 2002, Pearson Publication
4. Machine
drawing with Auto CAD Goutam Purohit & Goutam Ghosh, Pearson
Edition.
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(Automobile) PARTII
8.
WORKSHOP PRACTICE IV
Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Practical
: 2 hrs/week Term Work : 25 Marks
Practical
Examination : 25 Marks
A Job
consisting following operation with 3 to 5 component (Composite Job) excluding
standard
and commercial components. Operation like Turning, Boring, Drilling Tapping
Threading,
Milling, Shapping, Taper turning etc.
1) One job
of at least taper turning, external threading and knurling operation with
its
process sheet.
2)
Description on thread manufacturing processes and gear train calculations.
3) Journal
Consists of Following:
a. Process
sheet and tool layout on Capstan /Turret lathe.
b. Setting
of milling machine for gear cutting.
c. Study
and demonstration of grinding machine (Surface, cylindrical and center
less).
d. Study
and demonstration of shaper/planer/slotting machine (mechanisms
and
stroke).
4)
Industrial visit to study other gear manufacturing processes and finishing
processes.
Assessment
of journal based on above term work and industrial visit report is to be done
by
the
teaching staff member assisted by workshop staff.
S. E. Auto
SEMESTER – III
1
Electrical Technology and
Electronics
Electrical
Technology
(SE Semester
III )
2
Computer
programming,
C C++
Programming
& Computational
Methods
(SE
Semester IV )
3
Materials and Manufacturing
Processes
Manufacturing
Processes
(SE
Semester IV )
4
Applied
thermodynamics
Engineering
Thermodynamics
(SE
Semester III )
5
Fluid
mechanics
Fluid
Mechanics
(SE
Semester III )
6
Machine
drawing I
Engineering
Materials
(SE
Semester III )
S. E. Auto
SEMESTER – IV
1
Engineering
Mathematics
III
Engineering
mathematics 
III
(SE
Semester III )
2
Programming
and
Programming
and computational
computational
methods methods
(SE
Semester IV )
3
Theory of
machines I
Kinematics
of Machines
(SE
Semester II )
4
Analysis
of Mechanical
Elements
Strength
of Materials
(SE
Semester IV )
5
Metallurgy
Metallurgy
& Metal Treatments
(SE
Semester IV )
6
Machine
tools
Manufacturing
Processes
(SE Semester IV )