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PISN ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SYLLABUS MECHANICAL SPECIALIZED

ENGINEERING SYLLABUS - MECHANICAL - SPECIALIZED

FEATURE
MECHANISM
MACHINE ELEMENTS
CAD PROGRAM
MULTIBODY DYNAMICS
MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY
FEATURE

EXPOSURE ON FEATURE AND APPLICATION OF APPLICATION TOOLS »»»»SYLLABUS PROGRAM FOR ALLIED BRANCHES

    • MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    • MECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERING
    • PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

    • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)
    • ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

    MECHANISM

    SAM ♦ MECHANISM DESIGN » KINEMATIC ANALYSIS » KINETO-STATICS ANALYSIS » REVERSE ENGINEERING ♦ MECHANISM INNOVATION DATA ♦ INPUT TO DYNAMIC & STATIC ANALYSIS

    MACHINE ELEMENTS
    APM MULTIPHYSICS  PHYSICAL PROCESSESAPM FGA ANALYSIS OF LIQUIDS AND GASESAPM FEM  FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS APM CAM MECHANISM
    APM PLAIN BEARINGS
    APM STRUCTURE 3D STRUCTURAL ANALYSISAPM STUDIO FEA PRE/POST PROCESSOR 
    APM TRANS DESIGNING TRANSMISSIONS APM SCREW SLIP, BALL & PLANETARY SCREWAPM EMA ANALYSIS ELECTROMAGNETIC APM BEAR DESIGNING ROLLING BEARING APM DRIVE  MOTION ARBITRARY STRUCTURE APM GRAPH GRAPHICS
     PARAMETRIC DRAWING

    MACHINE ELEMENTSPDM ANALYTICALSTRUCTURAL FINITE ELEMENT LITERATURE

    CAD PROGRAM
    KOMPAS-3D
    KOMPAS-GRAPHIC
    3D-MODEL RECOGNITION SYSTEMSTANDARD PARTS
    BOM WIZARD UNWRAP 
    STEEL STRUCTURES 3D. APM FEM PIPELINES 3D ANIMATIONE CAD–KOMPAS-3D CONVERTER
    RENDERING APPLICATIONTRACEPARTSONLINE
    MATERIALS LIBRARY
    ANALYSIS OF KINEMATIC & DYNAMICKOMPAS-MACRO
    CABLE 3D
    MOULD AND DIEDIMENSIONAL CHAINCALCULATOR
    MULTIBODY DYNAMICS
    UM AUTOMOTIVEUM TRAINUM LOCO UM LOCOMOTIVE UM FREIGHT WAGONCONTACT ADD ONUM TRACKED VEHICLEUM FEM ANALYSIS
    UM EXPERIMENTSUM BASEUM SUBSYSTEMSUM DRIVELINEUM MAGLEVUM TOOLSUM CADUM CONTROL  UM MATLAB
    UM BALLASTUM 3D CONTACTUM RCFUM WHEEL/RAILUM MONORAILUM LOCO MODEL BRYANSK STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY 
    MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY
    SALTIRE MATHS ILLUSTRATIONS SALTIRE GEOMETRY EXPRESSIONSSALTIRE MECHANICAL EXPRESSIONSSALTIRE ANALYTIXSALTIRE ANALYTIX CAMSSALTIRE KNOWLEDGE BASE
    ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL NAGANAKULAM KNOWLEDGE CENTRETRAINING FEATURE 

    ♦ ISO/DIN/GOST/BIS STANDARD

    ♦ ACADEMIC INPUT → INDUSTRY OUTPUT

    ♦ TECHNICAL DATA » ENCYCLOPEDIA

    ♦ ACADEMIC TEXT BOOKS & TEST PAPERS

    ♦ ↓ GAP   ACADEMIC VS INDUSTRY

    ♦ CONCEPT » BASICS » DATABASE

    ♦ PRODUCTS USED INDUSTRIES

    ♦ REVERSING « PRODUCT « SCRAP 

    ♦ PRODUCT SPECIFICATION ?
    ♦ KINEMATIC & KINETOSTATIC FACTORS
    ♦ ANALYTICAL PARAMETER TO OPTIMIZE
    ♦ RESEARCH DATA » PUBLICATION

    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    SEMESTER IV SEMESTER IV
     SEMESTER IIIN.A SEMESTER III
    CE6306CE6306CE6306N.A CE6306

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    OBJECTIVES

    TO UNDERSTAND THE STRESSES DEVELOPED IN BARS, COMPOUNDS BARS, BEAMS, SHAFTS, CYLINDERS AND SPHERES.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I STRESS, STRAIN AND DEFORMATION OF SOLIDS.
    UNIT II TRANSVERSE LOADING ON BEAMS AND STRESSES IN BEAM.
    UNIT III TORSION.
    UNIT IV DEFLECTION OF BEAMS.
    UNIT V THIN CYLINDERS, SPHERES AND THICK CYLINDERS

    COURSE OUTCOMES

     UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO APPLY MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE TO CALCULATE THE DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF SIMPLE STRUCTURES.
     CRITICALLY ANALYSE PROBLEM AND SOLVE THE PROBLEMS RELATED TO MECHANICAL ELEMENTS AND ANALYSE THE DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF LOADS.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. BANSAL, R.K., "STRENGTH OF MATERIALS", LAXMI PUBLICATIONS (P) LTD., 2007
    2. JINDAL U.C., "STRENGTH OF MATERIALS", ASIAN BOOKS PVT. LTD., NEW DELHI, 2007
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    1. EGOR. P.POPOV “ENGINEERING MECHANICS OF SOLIDS” PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, NEW DELHI, 2001
    2. SUBRAMANIAN R., "STRENGTH OF MATERIALS", OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, OXFORD HIGHER EDUCATION SERIES, 2007.
    3. HIBBELER, R.C., "MECHANICS OF MATERIALS", PEARSON EDUCATION, LOW PRICE EDITION, 2007
    4. FERDINAND P. BEEN, RUSSELL JOHNSON, J.R. AND JOHN J. DEWOLE "MECHANICS OF MATERIALS", TATA
    MCGRAW HILL PUBLISHING ‘CO. LTD., NEW DELHI, 2005.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «

    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    THEORY OF MACHINESKINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINERYKINEMATICS OF MACHINERYKINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINERYKINEMATICS OF MACHINERY
    SEMESTER IV SEMESTER IV
     SEMESTER IIISEMESTER IV
     SEMESTER III

    PR6402

    AN6402ME6401AN6402 ME6401

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ THEORY OF MACHINES

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    OBJECTIVES

    TO UNDERSTAND THE BASIC CONCEPTS OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINERY

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I MECHANISMS.
    UNIT II FRICTION.
    UNIT III GEARING AND CAMS.
    UNIT IV BALANCING.
    UNIT V VIBRATION

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO PREDICT THE FORCE ANALYSIS IN MECHANICAL SYSTEM AND RELATED VIBRATION ISSUES AND CAN ABLE TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. BANSAL DR.R.K. “ THEORY OF MACHINES” LAXMI PUBLICATIONS (P) LTD., NEW DELHI 2001
    2. RATTAN S.S.”THEORY OF MACHINES” TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLISHING CO., NEW DELHI, 2002.
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    1. RAO J.S.AND DUKKIPATI R.V. “MECHANISM AND MACHINE THEORY” SECOND EDITION, WILEY EASTERN LIMITED, 1992.
    2. MALHOTRA D.R. AND GUPTA H.C “THE THEORY OF MACHINES” SATYA PRAKASAM, TECH. INDIA PUBLICATIONS, 1989
    3. GOSH A AND MALLICK A.K. “THEORY OF MACHINES AND MECHANISMS” AFFILIATED EAST WEST PRESS, 1989
    4. SHIGLEY J.E. AND UICKER J.J. "THEORY OF MACHINES AND MECHANISMS” MCGRAW HILL, 1986.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    FLUID POWER DRIVES AND CONTROLAPPLIED HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICSHYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS

    APPLIED HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS
    SEMESTER IVSEMESTER IV
    ELECTIVE II
    SEMESTER VI

    PR6403

    MT6602MF6504
    MT6602

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ FLUID POWER DRIVES AND CONTROL

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    OBJECTIVES

    TO UNDERSTAND THE WORKING PRINCIPLE OF HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC COMPONENTS AND ITS SELECTION
    TO DESIGN HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS FOR DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO FLUID POWER & HYDRAULICS PRINCIPLE.
    UNIT II FLUID POWER DRIVES.
    UNIT III FLUID POWER ELEMENTS.
    UNIT IV HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS DESIGN.
    UNIT V ELECTRO PNEUMATICS AND PLC CIRCUITS

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    IDENTIFY HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATICS COMPONENTS. ABILITY TO DESIGN HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATICS CIRCUITS.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. ANTHONY ESPOSITO “FLUID POWER WITH APPLICATIONS”, 5TH EDITION, PEARSON EDUCATION 2003.
    2. MAJUMDAR, “OIL HYDRAULICS: PRINCIPLES AND MAINTENANCE”, TATA MCGRAW HILL, 2004
    3. MAJUMDAR, “PNEUMATIC SYSTEM: PRINCIPLES AND MAINTENANCE”, TATA MCGRAW HILL, 2004
    4. SRINIVASAN. R., “HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CONTROLS”, VIJAY NICOLE IMPRINTS PRIVATE LIMITED, 2011.
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    1. WILLIAM W.REAVES, "TECHNOLOGY OF FLUID POWER", DELMER PUBLISHERS, 1997.
    2. PETOR ROHNER, "FLUID POWER LOGIC CIRCUIT", DESIGN MACMILLON PRESS LTD., 1990.
    3. ANDREW PARR “HYDRAULICS & PNEUMATICS, JAICO PUBLISHING HOUSE, 2004
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    MACHINE ELEMENTS DESIGNDESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTSDESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS
    DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS
    SEMESTER V
    SEMESTER V
    SEMESTER – VI
    SEMESTER V

    PR6503

    ME6503ME6503
    ME6503

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MACHINE ELEMENTS DESIGN

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    OBJECTIVES

    TO INTRODUCE STUDENTS TO THE DESIGN AND THEORY OF COMMON MACHINE ELEMENTS AND TO GIVE STUDENTS
    EXPERIENCE IN SOLVING DESIGN PROBLEMS INVOLVING MACHINE ELEMENTS

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION.
    UNIT II DETACHABLE AND PERMANENT JOINTS.
    UNIT III SHAFTS, COUPLING AND BRAKES.
    UNIT IV GEARS AND BELT DRIVES.
    UNIT V SPRINGS AND BEARINGS.

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY DESIGN ENGINE COMPONENTS. THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO SUCCESSFULLY DESIGN TRANSMISSION COMPONENTS USED IN ENGINE AND MACHINES

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. JOSEPH EDWARD SHIGLEY, CHARLES R. MISCHKE “ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN”, MCGRAW HILL, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 1992
    2. SHARMA. C.S. AND KAMLESH PUROHIT, “ DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED, 2003
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    1. BHANDARI. V.B., “DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS”, TATA MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING COMPANY LIMITED, 2003.
    2. ROBERT L.NORTON, “MACHIN DESIGN – AN INTEGRATED APPROACH”, PRENTICE HALL INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 2000.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    COMPUTER AIDED PRODUCT DESIGN
    COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
    COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
    SEMESTER VI
    ELECTIVE VI
    SEMESTER VII
    ELECTIVE III

    PR6601


    ME6501
    ME6501

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ COMPUTER AIDED PRODUCT DESIGN

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    OBJECTIVES

    TO INTRODUCE THE CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS OF CAD. TO INTRODUCE THE VARIOUS CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES USED FOR PRODUCT DESIGN AND TO DEVELOP PRODUCT DESIGN SKILLS.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN.
    UNIT II COMPUTER GRAPHICS FUNDAMENTALS.
    UNIT III GEOMETRIC MODELING.
    UNIT IV PRODUCT DESIGN CONCEPTS.
    UNIT V PRODUCT DATA MANAGEMENT

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO APPLY GEOMETRIC MODELING PRINCIPLES TO DESIGN A COMPONENT AND ALSO ABLE TO MANAGE THE PRODUCT DATA AND APPLY PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT TO INDUSTRIAL COMPONENTS.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. KEVIN OTTO, KRISTIN WOOD, “PRODUCT DESIGN”, PEARSON EDUCATION, 2000
    2. IBRAHIM ZEID, “CAD/CAM THEORY AND PRACTICE”, TATA MCGRAW HILL, 1991.
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    1. BIREN PRASAD, “CONCURRENT ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS VOL.11”, PRENTICE HALL, 1997.
    2. JAMES G.BRALLA, “HANDBOOK OF PRODUCT DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING”, MCGRAW HILL, 1994
    3. DAVID F.ROGERS.J, ALAN ADAMS, “MATHEMATICAL ELEMENTS FOR COMPUTER GRAPHICS”, MCGRAW HILL, 1990
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    DESIGN OF JIGS, FIXTURE AND PRESS TOOLS AND DRAWINGDESIGN OF JIGS, FIXTURES AND PRESS TOOLS



    SEMESTER VISEMESTER VII (ELECTIVE III)

    PR6603

    ME6006



    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN OF JIGS, FIXTURE AND PRESS TOOLS AND DRAWING

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    OBJECTIVES

    TO INTRODUCE THE CONCEPTS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF JIGS, FIXTURES AND DIES
    TO DESIGN AND DRAW JIG / FIXTURE/ DIE FOR A GIVEN COMPONENT

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I LOCATION AND CLAMPING DEVICES IN JIGS AND FIXTURES.
    UNIT II DESIGN OF ELEMENTS OF JIGS AND FIXTURE.
    UNIT III PRESS WORKING OPERATION AND FORMING DIES.
    UNIT IV ELEMENTS OF DIE.
    UNIT V DESIGN AND DRAWING DIES, JIGS AND FIXTURES.

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO DESIGN JIGS, FIXTURES AND PRESS TOOLS AND DRAWING.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. DONALDSON, B.H. LECAIN, GOOLD V.V., TOOL DESIGN, TMH EDITION, 1978.
    2. KEMPSTER M.H.A., INTRODUCTION TO JIGS AND FIXTURES, ELBS EDITION, 1976
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    1. HANDBOOK OF METAL FORMING, KURT LUNGE, MCGRAW HILL, PUB.CO. 1985.
    2. PAQUIN, DIE DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS, INDUSTRIAL PRESS INC, NEW YORK, 1979
    3. ASTME, FUNDAMENTALS OF TOOL DESIGN, PRENTICE HALL 1974
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS IN MANUFACTURING
    ENGINEERING
    FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
    FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS


    SEMESTER VIISEMESTER VISEMESTER – VII

    PR6701

    ME6603
    ME6603


    VII. FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS IN MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS IN MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    OBJECTIVES

    TO INTRODUCE THE CONCEPT OF FEM AND TO APPLY IN THE FIELD OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION.
    UNIT II GENERAL PROCEDURE OF FET.
    UNIT III FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF ONE DIMENSIONAL AND TWO DIMENSIONAL PROBLEMS.
    UNIT IV ISO-PARAMETRIC ELEMENTS.
    UNIT V APPLICATION OF FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS.

    COURSE OUTCOMES

     DEVELOP ELEMENT STIFFNESS MATRIX EQUATION FROM SPRING ELEMENTS
     ASSEMBLE ELEMENT MATRIX EQUATION IN TO A GLOBAL MATRIX
     ENFORCE BOUNDARY CONDITION AND FORCES ON THE SYSTEM.
     SOLVE THE RESULTING SYSTEM AND INTERPRET RESULT.
     DEVELOP THE CONCEPT OF LOCAL, GLOBAL COORDINATE SYSTEM AND THEIR TRANSFORMATION

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. CHANDRAPUTLA T.R., AND BELEGUNDU A.D., “INTRODUCTION OF FINITE ELEMENT IN ENGINEERING”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, 1997.
    2. REDDY.J.N., “AN INTRODUCTION TO FINITE ELEMENT METHOD” MCGRAW HILL, INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EDITION, 1993.
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    1. RAO.S.S., “THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD IN ENGINEERING”, PERGAMON PRESS, 1993.
    2. SEGARLAND. L.J., “APPLIED FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS”, JOHN WILEY AND SONS, INC.
    3. SESHU.P., “TEXT BOOK OF FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, 2003
    4. RAJASEKARAN.S., “NUMERICAL METHODS FOR INITIAL AND BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS”, WHEELER AND CO., PVT. LTD., 1987
    5. LEWIS R.W., MORGAN K., THOMAS H.R. AND SEETHARAMU K.N., THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD IN HEAT TRANSFER ANALYSIS, JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD., 1996.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING


    PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

    PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT


    ELECTIVE V
    SEMESTER VI
    ELECTIVE I 



    IE6011

    IE6011

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    AIM OF THE COURSE
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    AIM OF THE COURSE

    • SEQUENCE OF PROCEDURE FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT OR REVERSE ENGINEERING
    • CONCEPT LITERATURE FROM BASIC SCIENCE AND INNOVATION LITERATURE
    • CONCEPT MODELLING FROM MECHANISM DESIGN-LAYOUT-ELEMENT-ASSEMBLY-MULTIBODY
    • KINEMATIC ANALYSIS-KINETOSTATIC ANALYSIS-COMPARING ANALYSIS REPORT OF EXISTING PRODUCT
    • OPTIMIZING VALUE FOR SPECIFICATION ON KINEMATICS & KINETOSTATICS VALUE
    • 2D/3D/BOM/PROCESS DRAWING FOR MANUFACTURING PROTOTYPE
    • TESTING PROTOTYPE ON NOISE & VIBRATION, OTHER PARAMETERS
    • ACCURACY ON GRADE WILL DECIDE APPLICATION & COST
    • COMPARING AND OPTIMIZING TESTING VALUES ON UNCERTERNITY WITH ♦ MATHEMATICAL MODELLING ♦ MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ MULTIBODY DYNAMICS PROGRAMS OUTPUT

    OBJECTIVES

    TO IMPART KNOWLEDGE ON PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF PRODUCT DESIGN CONSIDERING THE CUSTOMER WANTS AND NEEDS.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS. UNIT II ESTABLISHING THE PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS. UNIT III CONCEPT SELECTION. UNIT IV NEED FOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN. UNIT V PRINCIPLES OF PROTOTYPING

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. KARAL, T.ULRICH STEVEN D.EPPINGER, PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT, MCGRAW HILL, INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS, 2003.
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    1. S.ROSENTHAL, EFFECTIVE PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT, IRWIN, 1992.
    2. CHARLES GEVIRTZ DEVELOPING NEW PRODUCTS WITH TQM, MCGRAW HILL INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS, 1994.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    DYNAMICS OF MACHINES

    DYNAMICS OF MACHINES

    DYNAMICS OF MACHINES
    SEMESTER – IV

    ELECTIVE IV
    SEMESTER IV

    ME9253


    ME6505

    ME6505

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    AIM OF THE COURSE
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DYNAMICS OF MACHINES

    ♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    AIM OF THE COURSE

    TO IMPART THE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE EFFECT OF FORCES ON THE MACHINES AND THE METHODS TO CONTROL THEM

    OBJECTIVES

    (I) TO UNDERSTAND THE FORCE-MOTION RELATIONSHIP IN COMPONENTS SUBJECTED TO EXTERNAL FORCES.
    (II) TO UNDERSTAND THE FORCE-MOTION ANALYSIS OF STANDARD MECHANISMS.
    (III) TO UNDERSTAND THE UNDESIRABLE EFFECTS OF UNBALANCES RESULTING FROM PRESCRIBED MOTIONS IN MECHANISM.
    (IV) TO UNDERSTAND THE EFFECT OF DYNAMICS OF UNDESIRABLE VIBRATIONS.
    (V) TO UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES IN MECHANISMS USED FOR GOVERNING OF MACHINES.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    1. FORCEANALYSIS. 2. BALANCING. 3. FREE VIBRATION. 4. FORCED VIBRATION. 5. MECHANISM FOR CONTROL.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. AMBEKAR A.G., ”MECHANISM AND MACHINE THEORY”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, NEW DELHI, 2007.
    2. SHIGLEY J.E., PENNOCK,G.R., UICKER J.J., “THEORY OF MACHINES AND MECHANISMS”, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS,2003.
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    1. THOMAS BEVAN, “THEORY OF MACHINES”, CBS PUBLISHERS AND DISTRIBUTORS, 1984.
    2. GHOSH A. AND MALLICK A.K., “THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES”, AFFILIATED EAST-WEST PRESS PVT. LTD., NEW DELHI, 1988.
    3. RAO J.S. AND DUKKIPATI R.V., “MECHANISM AND MACHINE THEORY”, WILEY-EASTERN LIMITED, NEW DELHI, 1992.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
    DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
    DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS


    SEMESTER – VI
    SEMESTER – VI
    SEMESTER – VII

    ME9353

    ME6601
    ME6601


    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    AIM OF THE COURSE
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

    ♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    AIM OF THE COURSE

    TO LEARN THE DESIGN PRINCIPLES OF VARIOUS MECHANICAL POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS.

    OBJECTIVES

    ♦ TO GAIN KNOWLEDGE ON THE PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURE FOR THE DESIGN OF POWER TRANSMISSION COMPONENTS.
    ♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE STANDARD PROCEDURE AVAILABLE FOR DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
    ♦ TO LEARN TO USE STANDARD DATA AND CATALOGUES.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS FOR FLEXIBLE ELEMENTS. UNIT II SPUR GEARS AND PARALLEL AXIS HELICAL GEARS. UNIT III BEVEL, WORM GEARS AND CROSSED HELICAL GEARS. UNIT IV DESIGN OF GEAR BOXES. UNIT V DESIGN OF CAM, CLUTCHES AND BRAKES

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. SHIGLEY J.E AND MISCHKE C. R., “MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN”, SIXTH EDITION, TATA MCGRAW-HILL , 2003.
    2. SUNDARARAJAMOORTHY T. V AND SHANMUGAM .N, "MACHINE DESIGN", ANURADHA PUBLICATIONS, CHENNAI, 2003.
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    1. MAITRA G.M. AND PRASAD L.V., “HAND BOOK OF MECHANICAL DESIGN”, II EDITION, TATA MCGRAW-HILL, 1985.
    2. BHANDARI, V.B., “DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS”, TATA MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING COMPANY LTD., 1994.
    3. PRABHU. T.J., “DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION ELEMENTS”, MANI OFFSET, CHENNAI, 2000,
    4. HAMROCK B.J., JACOBSON B. AND SCHMID S.R., “FUNDAMENTALS OF MACHINE ELEMENTS”, TATA MCGRAW-HILL BOOK CO., 1999.
    5. UGURAL A,C, "MECHANICAL DESIGN, AN INTEGRATED APPROACH", TATA MCGRAW-HILL , 2003.
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    1. IS 4460 : PARTS 1 TO 3 : 1995, GEARS – SPUR AND HELICAL GEARS – CALCULATION OF LOAD CAPACITY.
    2. IS 7443 : 2002, METHODS OF LOAD RATING OF WORM GEARS
    3. IS 15151: 2002, BELT DRIVES – PULLEYS AND V-RIBBED BELTS FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS – PH, PJ, PK, PL AND PM PROFILES : DIMENSIONS
    4. IS 2122 : PART 1: 1973, CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SELECTION, STORAGE, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BELTING FOR POWER TRANSMISSION : PART 1 FLAT BELT DRIVES.
    5. IS 2122: PART 2: 1991, CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SELECTION, STORAGE, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BELTING FOR POWER TRANSMISSION : PART 2: V-BELT DRIVES.

    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS & NOISE
    VIBRATION AND NOISE CONTROL
    VIBRATION AND NOISE ENGINEERING


    ELECTIVES – I
    VI SEMESTER
    ELECTIVE – I

    ELECTIVE VI

    ME9024

    ME6020
    MS6012


    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    AIM OF THE COURSE
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS & NOISE

    ♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    AIM OF THE COURSE

    TO IMPART THE KNOWLEDGE OF EFFECTS OF VIBRATIONS AND NOISE AND THE METHODS TO CONTROL THEM IN ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS.

    OBJECTIVES

    ♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE FUNDAMENTALS OF VIBRATION AND NOISE AND ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS.
    ♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE WORKING PRINCIPLE AND OPERATIONS OF VARIOUS VIBRATIONS AND NOISE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
    ♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE VARIOUS VIBRATION AND NOISE CONTROL STRATEGIES

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I FUNDAMENTALS OF VIBRATION. UNIT II TWO DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEM. UNIT III MULTI-DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEM. UNIT IV EXPERIMENTAL VIBRATION ANALYSIS. UNIT V ENGINEERING NOISE AND ITS CONTROL.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. AMBEKAR.A.G. “MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS AND NOISE ENGINEERING”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, NEW DELHI,2006
    2. RAO, S.S.,” MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS,” ADDISON WESLEY LONGMAN, 1995.
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    1. THOMSON, W.T. – “THEORY OF VIBRATION WITH APPLICATIONS”, CBS PUBLISHERS AND DISTRIBUTORS, NEW DELHI, 1990.
    2. DEN HARTOG, J.P, “MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS,” DOVER PUBLICATIONS, 1990.
    3. RAMAMURTI. V, “MECHANICAL VIBRATION PRACTICE WITH BASIC THEORY”, NAROSA, NEW DELHI, 2000.

    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «


    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICALMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING

    DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING
    DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AND ASSEMBLY



    ELECTIVES – I
    SEMESTER – VIII


    ME9025
    MS6801


    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    AIM OF THE COURSE
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING

    ♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    AIM OF THE COURSE

    TO GIVE EXPOSURE TO INTERRELATION BETWEEN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE.

    OBJECTIVES

    ♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN SUCH THAT THE MANUFACTURING OF THE PRODUCT IS POSSIBLE.
    ♦ TO EDUCATE STUDENTS ON VARIOUS DESIGN ASPECTS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR MANUFACTURING THE PRODUCTS USING DIFFERENT PROCESSES.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING APPROACH AND PROCESS. UNIT II GEOMETRIC ANALYSIS. UNIT III FORM DESIGN OF CASTINGS AND WELDMENTS.  UNIT IV MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY. UNIT V TRUE POSITION THEORY.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. HARRY PECK, "DESIGNING FOR MANUFACTURE", PITMAN PUBLICATIONS, 1983.
    2. MATOUSEK, ENGINEERING DESIGN, - A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH" - BLACKIE & SON LTD., LONDON, 1974.
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    1. SPOTTS M.F., "DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCE FOR QUANTITY PRODUCTION, PRENTICE HALL INC., 1983.
    2. OLIVER R. WADE, "TOLERANCE CONTROL IN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING", INDUSTRIAL PRESS INC. NEW YORK PUBLICATIONS, 1967.
    3. JAMES G. BRALLA, "HAND BOOK OF PRODUCT DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING" MCGRAW HILL PUBLICATIONS, 1983.
    4. TRUCKS H.E., "DESIGN FOR ECONOMIC PRODUCTION", SOCIETY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS, MICHIGAN, 2ND EDITION, 1987.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «

    PRODUCTION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERINGMECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATIONMECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
    ADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALSADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALSADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

    VIII SEMESTER
    ELECTIVE – V

    ELECTIVE VIELECTIVE – VI 

    CE6071CE6071CE6071

    MAXIMUM TOPICS WILL TAKEN AS REFERENCE TO SPECIALIZED BRANCHES IN SUBJECT FAMILY

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ ADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

    SPECIALIZED BRANCH

    OBJECTIVES

    TO ANALYSE THE STRESSES AND DEFORMATIONS THROUGH ADVANCED MATHEMATICAL MODELS.
    TO ESTIMATE THE DESIGN STRENGTH OF VARIOUS INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENTS.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I ANALYSIS OF PLATES

    UNIT II THICK CYLINDERS AND SPHERES

    UNIT III ROTATING DISCS

    UNIT IV BEAMS ON ELASTIC FOUNDATION

    UNIT V CURVED BEAMS AND CONTACT STRESSES

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO APPLY MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE TO CALCULATE THE DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF SIMPLE STRUCTURES. CRITICALLY ANALYSE PROBLEM AND SOLVE THE PROBLEMS RELATED TO MECHANICAL ELEMENTS AND ANALYSE THE DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF LOADS.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. BORESI A.P., SCHMIDT R.J., “ADVANCED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS”, JOHN WILEY AND SONS, SIXTHEDITION, 2003.
    2. DALLY J.W. AND RILEY W.F, “EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS”, JOHN WILEY AND SONS 2003
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    1. BURR A. H., CHEATHAM J.B., “MECHANICAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, SECONDEDITION, 2001. 
    2. DEN-HARTOG J.P., “STRENGTH OF MATERIALS”, JOHN WILEY AND SONS.

    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «

    IX. COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND MECHANICS

     PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND MECHANICS

    PRODUCTION ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER VII ELECTIVE III ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME6007

    OBJECTIVES

    • TO UNDERSTAND THE FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL STRENGTH AND ITS MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR
    UNDERSTANDING THE ANALYSIS OF FIBER REINFORCED LAMINATE DESIGN FOR DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS OF PLIES WITH DIFFERENT ORIENTATIONS OF THE FIBER.
    • THERMO-MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR AND STUDY OF RESIDUAL STRESSES IN LAMINATES DURING PROCESSING.
    IMPLEMENTATION OF CLASSICAL LAMINATE THEORY (CLT) TO STUDY AND ANALYSIS FOR RESIDUAL STRESSES IN AN ISOTROPIC LAYERED STRUCTURE SUCH AS ELECTRONIC CHIPS.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION, LAMINA CONSTITUTIVE EQUATIONS & MANUFACTURING.
    UNIT II FLAT PLATE LAMINATE CONSTITUTE EQUATIONS.
    UNIT III LAMINA STRENGTH ANALYSIS.
    UNIT IV THERMAL ANALYSIS.
    UNIT V ANALYSIS OF LAMINATED FLAT PLATES.

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO ANALYSE THE FIBER REINFORCED LAMINATE FOR OPTIMUM DESIGN
    APPLY CLASSICAL LAMINATE THEORY TO STUDY AND ANALYSE THE RESIDUAL STRESSES IN LAMINATE.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. GIBSON, R.F., "PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL MECHANICS", SECOND EDITION, MCGRAW-HILL, 1994,
    CRC PRESS IN PROGRESS.
    2. HYER, M.W., “STRESS ANALYSIS OF FIBER – REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS”, MCGRAW- HILL, 1998
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    1. ISSAC M. DANIEL AND ORI ISHAI, “ENGINEERING MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS”, OXFORD UNIVERSITY
    PRESS-2006, FIRST INDIAN EDITION - 2007
    2. MALLICK, P.K., FIBER, ”REINFORCED COMPOSITES: MATERIALS, MANUFACTURING AND DESIGN”, MANEEL
    DEKKER INC, 1993.
    3. HALPIN, J.C., “PRIMER ON COMPOSITE MATERIALS, ANALYSIS”, TECHOMIC PUBLISHING CO., 1984.
    4. AGARWAL, B.D., AND BROUTMAN L.J., “ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE OF FIBER COMPOSITES”, JOHN WILEY
    AND SONS, NEW YORK, 1990.
    5. MALLICK, P.K. AND NEWMAN, S., (EDITION), “COMPOSITE MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY: PROCESSES AND
    PROPERTIES”, HANSEN PUBLISHER, Munish, 1990.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «

     PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

    VIII. DESIGN OF MACHINE TOOL STRUCTURE

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN OF MACHINE TOOL STRUCTURE

    PRODUCTION ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER VII ELECTIVE III ♦ ENGINEERING CODE PR6004

    OBJECTIVES

    TO UNDERSTAND DIFFERENT MACHINE TOOLS USED FOR MACHING.
    TO UNDERSTAND THE DESIGN CRITERIA FOR MACHINE TOOL STRUCTURES.
    TO KNOW THE DESIGNING OF SLIDEWAYS
    TO UNDERSTAND THE VIBRATION IN THE MACHINE TOOL DURING OPERATION.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION.
    UNIT II STRENGTH AND RIGIDITY OF MACHINE TOOL STRUCTURES.
    UNIT III SLIDEWAYS.
    UNIT IV SPINDLES AND SPINDLE SUPPORTS.
    UNIT V MACHINE TOOL DYNAMICS

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    ABILITY TO DESIGN STRENGTH AND COMPONENTS OF MACHINE TOOLS.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. SEN. G.C., AND A.BATTACHARYA, “PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE TOOLS”, NEW CENTRAL BOOK AGENCY, 1999
    2. METHA. N.K., “MACHINE TOOL DESIGN AND NUMERICAL CONTROL”, TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1996
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    1. MANFRED WEEK, “HAND BOOK OF MACHINE TOOLS – VOL1, VOL 2, VOL.3" JOHN WILEY & SONS, 1984.
    2. ACHERKAN.N, “MACHINE TOOL DESIGN”, VOL 3, MIR PUBLISHERS, 1978
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «

    ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

    I. MECHANICAL DESIGN 

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MECHANICAL DESIGN 

    ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION ♦ SEMESTER – V  ♦ ENGINEERING CODE RO6503 

    OBJECTIVES

    TO GAIN KNOWLEDGE IN THE DESIGN OF COMMON TYPES OF MACHINE ELEMENTS 

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I DESIGN OF GEARS.
    UNIT II DESIGN OF SHAFTS AND COUPLINGS.
    UNIT III SELECTION OF V BELTS AND CHAINS.
    UNIT IV ROLLING CONTACT BEARINGS.
    UNIT V FRICTION DRIVES.

    COURSE OUTCOMES

     ABILITY TO MAKE THE DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS USING GEAR 
     UNDERSTANDING SHAFT AND COUPLING DESIGN PROCEDURE 
     ABILITY TO SELECT BELTS AND BEARINGS FOR GIVEN DESIGN REQUIREMENTS. 
     KNOWLEDGE OF FRICTION DRIVES. 

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. ROBERT L MOTT, "MACHINE ELEMENTS IN MECHANICAL DESIGN", MACMILLAN PUBLISHING CO., LONDON, 1992. 
    2. SHIGLEY AND MISCHE, “MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN”, MCGRAW HILL, INC., NEW DELHI, 2000. 
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    1. BANDARI V B, "DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS ", TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLISHERS CO. LTD., NEW DELHI, 2003. 
    2. ROBERT L NORTAN, “MACHINE DESIGN-AN INTEGRATED APPROACH”, PEARSON PUBLISHERS, NEW DELHI, 2003. 
    3. MAITRA G M, “HANDBOOK OF GEAR DESIGN”, TATA MCGRAW HILL, NEW DELHI, 1998 
    4. FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, "DESIGN DATA BOOK", M/S. DPV PRINTERS, COIMBATORE, 2000
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

    » FEATURE ON APPLICATION DATA WILL BE TAKEN FROM APPLICATION TOOLS ON EITHER SIDE OF ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY «

    ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

    II. PRECISION EQUIPMENT DESIGN  

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ PRECISION EQUIPMENT DESIGN  

    ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION ♦ SEMESTER – VII   ♦ ENGINEERING CODE RO6701 

    OBJECTIVES

    TO IMPART KNOWLEDGE IN THE INCREASING QUALITY CONCEPTS OF PARTS, ACCURACY REQUIREMENT OF MACHINE TOOLS AND ALSO TO INTRODUCE LATEST TOPICS IN MANUFACTURING LIKE MICRO MACHINING AND SMART MATERIALS SO AS TO EQUIP THEM TO JOIN CORE ELECTRONIC MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES. 

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO PRECISION ENGINEERING.
    UNIT II MOTION ERRORS.
    UNIT III DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR MACHINE TOOLS.
    UNIT IV PARALLEL KINEMATIC MACHINES (PKM).
    UNIT V PRECISION CONTROL.

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE THE STUDENT CAN ABLE TO USE OF QUALITY CONCEPTS PARTS, ACCURACY REQUIREMENTS OF MACHINE TOOLS AND USE OF LATEST MACHINING PROCESS SUCH AS MICRO MACHINING AND MICRO FABRICATION. 

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. SAMIR MEKID, “INTRODUCTION TO PRECISION MACHINE DESIGN AND ERROR ASSESSMENT”, CRC-PRESS, TAYLOR AND FRANCIS GROUP, NEW YORK, 2009. 
    2. ALEXANDER H SLOCUM, “PRECISION MACHINE DESIGN”, PRENTICE HALL PUBLISHERS, 1992. 
    3. MOORE W R, “FOUNDATIONS OF MECHANICAL ACCURACY”, THE MOORE SPECIAL TOOL COMPANY, BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT, 1970. 
    4. NAKAZAWA H, “PRINCIPLES OF PRECISION ENGINEERING”, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, OXFORD, 1994. 
    5. SMITH S.T, CHETWYND D.G, “FOUNDATIONS OF ULTRA – PRECISION MECHANISM DESIGN”, GORDON AND BREACH PUBLISHERS, SWITZERLAND, 1992.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)

    I. MANUFACTURE AND INSPECTION OF GEARS  

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MANUFACTURE AND INSPECTION OF GEARS  

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH) ♦ ELECTIVE I  ♦ ENGINEERING CODE MS6001 

    OBJECTIVES

     TO KNOW THE DIFFERENT METHODS TO MAKE CONICAL AND CULINDRICAL GEAR.
     SUITABLE SELECTION OF MATERIAL FOR GEAR AND PERFORM HEAT TREATMENT FOR HIS PROVING THE PROPERTIES
     TO PERFORM IMPUTATION OF GEARS.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO GEARS.
    UNIT II PRODUCTION OF CONICAL GEARS.
    UNIT III GEAR MATERIAL SELECTION AND HARDENING METHODS. UNIT IV GEAR INSPECTION.
    UNIT V MODERN GEAR PRODUCTION METHODS

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE THE STUDENT CAN ABLE TO KNOW THE DIFFERENT METHODS TO MAKE CONICAL AND CYLINDRICAL GEAR AND SELECT MATERIAL FOR GEAR AND PERFORM HEAT TREATMENT FOR HIS PROVING THE PROPERTIES

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. WATSON, “MODERN GEAR PRODUCTION”, PERSMAN PRESS OXFORD, 1984.
    2. HMT, “PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY”, TATA MCGRAW HILL CO., NEW DELHI, 1992.
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    1. SAE, “GEAR DESIGN MANUFACTURING INSPECTION MANUAL”, SAE, 1990.
    2. WECK M., “HAND BOOK OF MACHINE TOOLS”, TECHNOLOGY AND SONS, 1984.
    3. “GEAR TECHNOLOGY”, MAGAZINE – BACK VOLUMES.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)

    II. THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY  

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH) ♦ ELECTIVE II  ♦ ENGINEERING CODE MS6004 

    OBJECTIVES

    TO UNDERSTAND AND USE THE THEORY FOR ELECTRIC AND PLASTIC BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS OF METALLIC MATERIALS.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I ANALYSIS OF STRESS AND STRAIN.
    UNIT II CONSTITUTIVE EQUATIONS.
    UNIT III SOLUTION OF SOME SPECIAL BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS. UNIT IV PLASTICITY.
    UNIT V PLASTIC STRAIN ANALYSIS.

    COURSE OUTCOMES

     ABILITY TO DEFINE AND CALCULATE STRESS AND STRAIN UNDER VARIOUS LOADING CONDITIONS WITHIN ELASTIC LIMIT.
     UNDERSTANDING CONSTITUTIVE EQUATIONS DEFINING ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS.
     ABLE TO MODEL THE MATERIALS IN PLASTIC ZONE AND ABILITY TO CONDUCT PLASTIC STRAIN ANALYSIS.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. TIMOSHENKO S P AND GOODIER J N, “THEORY OF ELASTICITY”, MCGRAW HILL INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS, THIRD EDITION , 1970.
    2. SOKOLNIKOFF I S, “MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF ELASTICITY”, MCGRAW HILL INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS, SECOND EDITION, 1956.
    3. JHONSON W AND MELLOR P B, “ENGINEERING PLASTICITY”, VAN NOSTRANT REINHOLD, 1983.
    4. CHAKRABARTHY J., “THEORY OF PLASTICITY”, MCGRAW HILL CO, 1987.
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    1. BORESI A P, SCHMIDT R J AND SIDEBOTTOM O M, “ADVANCED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS”, JOHN WILEY AND SONS, INC., FIFTH EDITION, 1993.
    2. DURELLI A J, PHILLIPS E A AND TSAO C H, “INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF STRESS AND STRAIN”, MCGRAW HILL, NEW YORK, 1958.
    3. CALLADINE C R, “PLASTICITY FOR ENGINEERS”, ELLIS HORWOOD, 1985.
    4. DIETER G E, “MECHANICAL METALLURGY”, MCGRAW HILL, 1988.
    5. DALLY J W AND RILEY W F, “EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS”, MCGRAW HILL INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS,THIRD EDITION, 1991.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)

    III. FAILURE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN  

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ FAILURE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH) ♦ ELECTIVE V  ♦ ENGINEERING CODE MS6009

    OBJECTIVES

     TO INTRODUCE DIFFERENT FAILURE MECHANISMS AND ROLE OF MATERIALS AND DESIGN IN FAILURE
     TO DEVELOP MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR DIFFERENT MODES OF FRACTURE.
     TO DEVELOP MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR DYNAMIC FRACTURE.
     TO INTRODUCE DIFFERENT TOOLS TO ANALYSE THE FRACTURE.

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I MATERIALS AND DESIGN PROCESS.
    UNIT II FRACTURE MECHANICS.
    UNIT III ELASTIC PLASTIC FRACTURE MECHANICS.
    UNIT IV DETERMINATION OF FRACTURE TOUGHNESS VALUES.
    UNIT V FAILURE ANALYSIS TOOLS

    COURSE OUTCOMES

     ABILITY TO CARRY OUT FAILURE ANALYSIS AND PREDICT THE ROOT CAUSE FOR THE FAILURE.
     ABILITY TO SELECT SUITABLE MATERIAL FOR DESIGN.
     ABILITY TO USE MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE TO DESCRIBE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FRACTURE.
     ABILITY TO USE DIFFERENT CHARACTERIZATION TOOLS FOR FAILURE ANALYSIS.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. JOHN M BARSOOM AND STANLEY T ROLTE "FRACTURE AND FATIGUE CONTROL IN STRUCTURES", PRENTICE HALL, 1987.
    2. ASM METALS HANDBOOK, "FAILURE ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION", ASM METALS PARK, OHIO, USA, VOL.10, TENTH EDITION, 1995.
    3. MICHAEL F ASHBY, “MATERIAL SELECTION IN MECHANICAL DESIGN”, BUTTERWORTH – HEINEMANN, 1999.
    4. ANDERSON T.L., FRACTURE MECHANICS:FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS, THIRD EDITION, 2004
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    1. SHIGLEY AND MISCHE, "MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN", MCGRAW HILL, 1992.
    2. MAHMOUD M FARAG, “MATERIAL SELECTION FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN”, PRENTICE HALL, 1997.
    3. FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, “DESIGN DATA BOOK”, DPV PRINTERS, 1993.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH)

    IV. MACHINE ASSEMBLY DRAWING  

    COURSE SEMESTER
    OBJECTIVES
    COURSE CONTENTS
    COURSE OUTCOMES
    REFERENCE BOOKS
    APPLICATION TOOL
    COURSE SEMESTER

    ♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MACHINE ASSEMBLY DRAWING

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (SANDWICH) ♦ SEMESTER - III  ♦ ENGINEERING CODE MS6302

    OBJECTIVES

    USE OF DRAWING TOOLS TO SHOW THE ASSEMBLY VIEW OF THE COMPONENT AND MARK SUITABLE UNITS, FIT TOLERANCE DATA

    COURSE CONTENTS

    UNIT I INTRODUCTION.
    UNIT II ASSEMBLY CONCEPTS.
    UNIT III FITS AND TOLERANCES.
    UNIT IV ASSEMBLY DRAWING PRACTICE.
    UNIT V ASSEMBLY USING SOLID MODELING

    COURSE OUTCOMES

    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS CAN ABLE TO APPLY THE DRAWING TOOLS TO SHOW THE ASSEMBLY VIEW OF THE COMPONENT AND MARK SUITABLE UNITS, FIT TOLERANCE DATA

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. GOPALAKRISHNA K R, "MACHINE DRAWING", SEVENTEENTH EDITION, SUBHAS STORES, BANGALORE, 2003.
    2. CAD/CAM MANUAL, PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY. COIMBATORE, 2002.
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    1. VARGHESE P I AND JOHN K C, "MACHINE DRAWING", JOVAST PUBLISHERS, THRISSUR, 2007.
    2. SP:46-2003 – “ENGINEERING DRAWING PRACTICE FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES", BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS, NEW DELHI, 2003.
    3. FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY," DESIGN DATA BOOK", M/S.DPV PRINTERS, COIMBATORE,1993.
    4. ASME Y 14.5M-1994, “DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING”, ASME, NEW YORK, 1995.
    APPLICATION TOOL

    ♦ APM WINMACHINE CAE/CAD/STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS/FEA/MACHINE ELEMENTS/PDM/DB ♦ VARICAD 2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ KOMPAS 3D  2D/3D/PDM/BOM ♦ SAM MECHANISM DESIGN ♦ SALTIRE SOFTWARE MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY ♦ UNIVERSAL MECHANISM MULTIBODY DYNAMICS.

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