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ENGINEERING SYLLABUS MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY

FEATURE
MECHANISM
MACHINE ELEMENTS
CAD PROGRAM
MULTIBODY DYNAMICS
MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY
FEATURE

EXPOSURE ON FEATURE AND APPLICATION OF APPLICATION TOOLS »»»»SYLLABUS PROGRAM

  1. KINEMATICS OF MACHINES ME9203
  2. STRENGTH OF MATERIALS CE9213
  3. DYNAMICS OF MACHINES ME9253
  4. DESIGN OF JIGS, FIXTURES & PRESS TOOLS ME9301
  5. DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS ME9305
  6. FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS ME9351

  1. DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS ME9353
  2. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & MANUFACTURE ME9354
  3. MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS & NOISE ME9024
  4. DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING ME9025
  5. PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT MF9021

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

I. KINEMATICS OF MACHINES

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ KINEMATICS OF MACHINES

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER – III ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9203

AIM OF THE COURSE

TO IMPART KNOWLEDGE OF MOTION CHARACTERISTICS OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINE TO MAKE THE STUDENTS TO DEVELOP NEW MECHANISMS

OBJECTIVES

♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE BASIC COMPONENTS AND LAYOUT OF LINKAGES IN THE ASSEMBLY OF A SYSTEM/MACHINE.
♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES INVOLVED IN ASSEMBLY THE DISPLACEMENT, VELOCITY, AND ACCELERATION AT ANY POINT IN A LINK OF A MECHANISM.

♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE MOTION RESULTING FROM A SPECIFIED SET OF LINKAGES.

♦ TO UNDERSTAND AND TO DESIGN FEW LINKAGE MECHANISMS AND CAM MECHANISMS FOR SPECIFIED OUTPUT MOTIONS.
♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE BASIC CONCEPTS OF TOOTHED GEARING AND KINEMATICS OF GEAR TRAINS.
♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE EFFECTS OF FRICTION IN MOTION TRANSMISSION AND IN MACHINE COMPONENTS.

COURSE CONTENTS

1. BASICS OF MECHANISMS. 2. KINEMATICS OF LINKAGE MECHANISMS. 3. KINEMATICS OF CAM MECHANISMS. 4. GEARS AND GEAR TRAINS. 5. FRICTION. 

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. AMBEKAR A.G, “MECHANISM AND MACHINE THEORY” PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, NEW DELHI, 2007.
2. SHIGLEY J.E. ,PENNOCK G.R.AND 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 A.K.MALLICK, ‘THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES’, AFFILIATED EAST-WEST PVT. LTD., NEW DELHI, 1988.
3. RAO.J.S. AND DUKKIPATI.R.V. ‘MECHANISMS AND MACHINE THEORY’, WILEY-EASTERN LTD., NEW DELHI, 1992.
4. JOHN HANNAH AND STEPHENS R.C., ‘MECHANICS OF MACHINES’, VIVA LOW-PRICES STUDENT EDITION, 1999.
5. V.RAMAMURTHI, MECHANICS OF MACHINES, NAROSA PUBLISHING HOUSE, 2002.
6. ROBERT L.NORTON, DESIGN OF MACHINERY, MCGRAW-HILL, 2004.

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IS 2458 : 2001, VOCABULARY OF GEAR TERMS – DEFINITIONS RELATED TO GEOMETRY.
IS 3756 : 2002, METHOD OF GEAR CORRECTION – ADDENDUM MODIFICATION FOR EXTERNAL CYLINDRICAL GEARS WITH PARALLEL AXES.
IS 5267 : 2002 VOCABULARY OF GEAR TERMS – DEFINITIONS RELATED TO WORM GEAR GEOMETRY.
IS 12328 : PART 1: 1988 BEVEL GEAR SYSTEMS PART – 1 STRAIGHT BEVEL GEARS.
IS 12328 : 1988 BEVEL SYSTEMS PART – 2 SPIRAL BEVEL GEARS

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 «

II. STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER – IV ♦ ENGINEERING CODE CE9213

AIM OF THE COURSE

TO UNDERSTAND THE STRESSES AND STRAINS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF LOADS FOR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS.

OBJECTIVES

♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE STRESSES DEVELOPED IN BEAMS UNDER TRANSVERSE LOAD
♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE SHEAR STRESS DEVELOPED DUE TO TENSIONAL LOAD
♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE STRESSES INDUCED IN CYLINDERS AND SPHERES DUE TO INTERNAL PRESSURE.

COURSE CONTENTS

1. STRESS, STRAIN AND DEFORMATION OF SOLIDS. 2. TRANSEVERSE LOADING ON BEAMS AND STRESSES IN BEAMS. 3. TORSION. 4. DEFLECTION OF BEAMS. 5. THIN CYLINDERS, SPHERES AND THICK CYLINDERS

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. RAJPUT.R.K. “STRENGTH OF MATERIALS” S.CHAND & CO LTD. NEW DELHI 1996
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 1997
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


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 «

III. DYNAMICS OF MACHINES

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DYNAMICS OF MACHINES

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER – IV ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9253

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 «

IV. DESIGN OF JIGS, FIXTURES & PRESS TOOLS

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN OF JIGS, FIXTURES & PRESS TOOLS

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER – V ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9301

AIM OF THE COURSE

TO APPRECIATE AND UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF TOOL DESIGN IN THE OVERALL PRODUCT CYCLE.

OBJECTIVES

♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE FUNCTIONS AND DESIGN PRINCIPLES OF JIGS, FIXTURES AND PRESS TOOLS
♦ TO GAIN PROFICIENCY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF REQUIRED VIEWS OF THE FINAL DESIGN.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT I LOCATING AND CLAMPING PRINCIPLES. UNIT II JIGS AND FIXTURES. UNIT III PRESS WORKING TERMINOLOGIES AND ELEMENTS OF CUTTING DIES. UNIT IV BENDING FORMING AND DRAWING DIES. UNIT V MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. JOSHI, P.H. “JIGS AND FIXTURES”, SECOND EDITION, TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLISHING CO., LTD., NEW DELHI, 2004.
2. DONALDSON, LECAIN AND GOOLD “TOOL DESIGN”, III RD EDITION TATA MCGRAW HILL, 2000.
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1. K. VENKATARAMAN, “DESIGN OF JIGS FIXTURES & PRESS TOOLS”, TATA MCGRAW HILL, NEW DELHI,
2005.KEMPSTER, “JIGS AND FIXTURE DESIGN”, HODDES AND STOUGHTON – THIRD EDITION 1974.
2. JOSHI, P.H. “PRESS TOOLS” – DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION”, WHEELS PUBLISHING, 1996.
3. HOFFMAN “JIGS AND FIXTURE DESIGN” – THOMSON DELMAR LEARNING, SINGAPORE, 2004.
4. ASTME FUNDAMENTALS OF TOOL DESIGN PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA.
5. DESIGN DATA HAND BOOK, PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, COIMBATORE.
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 «

V. DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER – V ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9305

AIM OF THE COURSE

TO IMPART KNOWLEDGE ON DESIGN PRINCIPLES OF VARIOUS COMPONENTS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING APPLICATION.

OBJECTIVES

♦ TO FAMILIARIZE THE VARIOUS STEPS INVOLVED IN THE DESIGN PROCESS
♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES INVOLVED IN EVALUATING THE SHAPE AND DIMENSIONS OF A COMPONENT TO SATISFY FUNCTIONAL AND STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS.
♦ TO LEARN TO USE STANDARD PRACTICES AND STANDARD DATA
♦ TO LEARN TO USE CATALOGUES AND STANDARD MACHINE COMPONENTS

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT I STEADY STRESSES AND VARIABLE STRESSES IN MACHINE MEMBERS. UNIT II DESIGN OF SHAFTS AND COUPLINGS. UNIT III DESIGN OF TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT JOINTS. UNIT IV DESIGN OF ENERGY STORING ELEMENTS. UNIT V DESIGN OF BEARINGS AND MISCELLANEOUS ELEMENTS.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. SHIGLEY J.E AND MISCHKE C. R., “MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN”, SIXTH EDITION, TATA MCGRAW-HILL , 2003.
2. BHANDARI V.B, “DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS”, SECOND EDITION, TATA MCGRAW-HILL 
BOOK CO, 2007.
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1. SUNDARARAJAMOORTHY T. V, SHANMUGAM .N, "MACHINE DESIGN", ANURADHA PUBLICATIONS, CHENNAI, 2003.
2. ORTHWEIN W, “MACHINE COMPONENT DESIGN”, JAICO PUBLISHING CO, 2003.
3. UGURAL A.C, “MECHANICAL DESIGN – AN INTEGRAL APPROACH, MCGRAW-HILL BOOK CO, 2004.
4. SPOTTS M.F., SHOUP T.E “DESIGN AND MACHINE ELEMENTS” PEARSON EDUCATION, 2004.
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1. IS 10260 : PART 1 : 1982 TERMS, DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATION OF PLAIN BEARINGS PART 1: CONSTRUCTION.
2. IS 10260 : PART 1 : 1982 TERMS, DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATION OF PLAIN BEARINGS PART 2: FRICTION AND WEAR.
3. IS 10260 : PART 1 : 1982 TERMS, DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATION OF PLAIN BEARINGS PART 3: LUBRICATION.
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 «

VI. FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER – VI ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9351

AIM OF THE COURSE

TO APPRECIATE THE NEED FOR AND APPLICATIONS OF NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES FOR SOLVING PROBLEMS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.

OBJECTIVES

♦ TO INTRODUCE THE CONCEPTS OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF ENGINEERING PROBLEMS.
♦ TO APPRECIATE THE USE OF FEM TO A RANGE OF ENGINEERING PROBLEMS.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT I INTRODUCTION. UNIT II ONE-DIMENSIONAL PROBLEMS. UNIT III TWO DIMENSIONAL SCALAR VARIABLE PROBLEMS. UNIT IV TWO DIMENSIONAL VECTOR VARIABLE PROBLEMS. UNIT V ISOPARAMETRIC FORMULATION AND MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. J SESHU. P. “TEXTBOOK OF FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS” PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, 2003.
2. N. REDDY, “ FINITE ELEMENT METHOD” TATA MCGRAW HILL, 2003.
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1. CHANDRUPATLA AND BELEGUNDU, “INTRODUCTION TO FINITE ELEMENTS IN ENGINEERING” PHI /PEARSON EDUCATION, 2003.
2. LOGAN. D.L. “A FIRST COURSE IN FINITE ELEMENT METHOD”, THOMSON ASIA PVT. LTD., 2002.
3. COOK R.D., MALKUS. D.S. PLESHA, ME., “CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS OF FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS”, JOHN – WILEY SONS 2003.
4. S.S. RAO, “THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD IN ENGINEERING “BUTTER WORTH HEINEMANN, 2001.
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 «

VII. DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER – VI ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9353

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 «

VIII. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & MANUFACTURE

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & MANUFACTURE

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ SEMESTER – VI ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9354

AIM OF THE COURSE

TO LEARN THE IMPORTANCE AND USE OF COMPUTER IN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE

OBJECTIVES

♦ TO PROVIDE AN OVERVIEW OF HOW COMPUTERS ARE BEING USED IN DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT OF MANUFACTURING PLANS AND MANUFACTURE
♦ TO UNDERSTAND THE NEED FOR INTEGRATION OF CAD AND CAM

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT I COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN. UNIT II GEOMETRIC MODELLING. UNIT III CAD STANDARDS AND CAD CAM INTERFACE. UNIT IV MANUFACTURING ASPECTS. UNIT V PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. CHRIS MCMAHON AND JIMMIE BROWNE “CAD/CAM PRINCIPLES, PRACTICE AND MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT “ PEARSON EDUCATION ASIA – 2001
2. P.N.RAO “CAD/CAM PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS” TATA MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHNG CO. NEW DELHI – 2002
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1. IBRAHIM ZEID “CAD CAM THEORY AND PRACTICE” TATA MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING CO.1998

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. MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS & NOISE

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS & NOISE

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ ELECTIVES – I ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9024

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 «

X. DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ ELECTIVES – I ♦ ENGINEERING CODE ME9025

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 «

XI. PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

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

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

♦ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ♦ ELECTIVES – I ♦ ENGINEERING CODE MF9021

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 «

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