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PISN RESEARCH PROFESSIONALS POST GRADUATE SYLLABUS

POST GRADUATE ENGINEERING SYLLABUS

DEMONSTRATION ON APPLICATION TOOLS

FEATURE
MECHANISM
MACHINE ELEMENTS
CAD PROGRAM
MULTIBODY DYNAMICS
MATHEMATICAL TECHNOLOGY
FEATURE

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

  • ADVANCED STRESS ANALYSIS
  • ADVANCED VIBRATIONS AND ACOUSTICS
  • ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN
  • DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY
  • MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING
  • MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS
  • ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF MECHANISMS
  • FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

  • COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
  • TRIBOLOGY IN DESIGN
  • ROBOTICS
  • FRACTURE MECHANICS
  • MULTI-BODY DYNAMICS
  • OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN
  • ADVANCED FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
  • COMPOSITE MATERIALS

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

M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

I. ADVANCED STRESS ANALYSIS

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ ADVANCED STRESS ANALYSIS

SEMESTER I ENGINEERING CODE CORE-I

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM  ADVANCED STRESS ANALYSIS

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE:
1. STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND THE TONSORIAL APPROACH OF CONTINUUM MECHANICS AND COMPREHEND MODERN RESEARCH MATERIAL.
2. STUDENT WILL LEARN BASIC FIELD EQUATIONS SUCH AS EQUILIBRIUM EQUATIONS, COMPATIBILITY AND CONSTITUTIVE RELATIONSHIP.
3. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO APPLY BASIC FIELD EQUATIONS TO TORSION, BENDING AND TWO DIMENSIONAL ELASTICITY PROBLEMS, AND ENERGY METHODS.
4. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO SOLVE PROBLEMS IN UNSYMMETRICAL BENDING AND SHEAR CENTER, CONTACT STRESSES AND PRESSURIZED CYLINDERS AND ROTATING DISCS.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1: THEORY OF ELASTICITY
ANALYSIS OF STRESS, ANALYSIS OF STAIN, ELASTICITY PROBLEMS IN TWO DIMENSION AND THREE DIMENSIONS, MOHR’S CIRCLE FOR THREE DIMENSIONAL STRESSES. STRESS TENSOR, AIR’S STRESS FUNCTION IN RECTANGULAR AND POLAR COORDINATES.
UNIT 2. ENERGY METHODS
ENERGY METHOD FOR ANALYSIS OF STRESS, STRAIN AND DEFLECTION THE THREE THEOREM’S -THEOREM OF VIRTUAL WORK, THEOREM OF LEAST WORK, CASTIGLIONI’S THEOREM, RAYLEIGH RITZ METHOD, GALEKIN’S METHOD, ELASTIC BEHAVIOR OF ANISOTROPIC MATERIALS LIKE FIBER REINFORCED COMPOSITES.
UNIT 3. THEORY OF TORSION
TORSION OF PRISMATIC BARS OF SOLID SECTION AND THIN WALLED SECTION. ANALOGIES FOR TORSION, MEMBRANE ANALOGY, FLUID FLOW ANALOGY AND ELECTRICAL ANALOGY. TORSION OF CONICAL SHAFT, BAR OF VARIABLE DIAMETER, THIN WALLED MEMBERS OF OPEN CROSS SECTION IN WHICH SOME SECTIONS ARE PREVENTED FROM WARPING, TORSION OF NONCIRCULAR SHAFT.
UNIT 4. UNSYMMETRICAL BENDING AND SHEAR CENTRE
CONCEPT OF SHEAR CENTER IN SYMMETRICAL AND UNSYMMETRICAL BENDING, STRESS AND DEFLECTIONS IN BEAMS SUBJECTED TO UNSYMMETRICAL BENDING, SHEAR CENTER FOR THIN WALL BEAM CROSS SECTION, OPEN SECTION WITH ONE AXIS OF SYMMETRY, GENERAL OPEN SECTION, AND CLOSED SECTION. .
UNIT 5. PRESSURIZED CYLINDERS AND ROTATING DISKS
GOVERNING EQUATIONS, STRESS IN THICK WALLED CYLINDER UNDER INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL PRESSURE, SHRINK FIT COMPOUND CYLINDERS, STRESSES IN ROTATING FLAT SOLID DISK, FLAT DISK WITH CENTRAL HOLE, DISK WITH VARIABLE THICKNESS, DISK OF UNIFORM STRENGTH, PLASTIC ACTION IN THICK WALLED CYLINDERS AND ROTATING DISC.
UNIT 6. CONTACT STRESSES
GEOMETRY OF CONTACT SURFACES, METHOD OF COMPUTING CONTACT STRESSES AND DEFLECTION OF BODIES IN POINT CONTACT, STRESS FOR TWO BODIES IN LINE CONTACT WITH LOAD NORMAL TO CONTACT AREA AND LOAD NORMAL AND TANGENT TO CONTACT AREA. INTRODUCTION TO ANALYSIS OF LOW SPEED IMPACT.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. SADD, MARTIN H., ELASTICITY: THEORY, APPLICATIONS AND NUMERIC, ACADEMIC PRESS 05 (TEXT BOOK)
2. BORESI, A.P. AND K. P. CHONG, ELASTICITY IN ENGINEERING MECHANICS, SECOND EDITION, JOHN WILEY & SONS, 00
3. BUDYNAS, R. G. ADVANCE STRENGTH AND APPLIED STRESS ANALYSIS, SECOND EDITION, WCB/MCGRAW HILL 1999
4. DALLY, J. W. AND W.F. RILEY, EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS, MCGRAW HILL INTERNATIONAL,THIRD EDITION, 1991
5. THEORY OF ELASTICITY – TIMOSHENKO AND GOODIER, MC GRAW HILL
6. ADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS, VOL. 1,2 – TIMOSHENKO, CBS
7. ADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS – DEN HARTEG
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 «

M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

II. ADVANCED VIBRATIONS AND ACOUSTICS

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ ADVANCED VIBRATIONS AND ACOUSTICS

SEMESTER I ENGINEERING CODE CORE-II

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM  ADVANCED VIBRATIONS AND ACOUSTICS

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE:
1. THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO PREDICT RESPONSE OF A SDOF SYSTEM, DAMPED OR UNDAMPED, SUBJECTED TO SIMPLE ARBITRARY BASE OR FORCE EXCITATIONS. THEY WILL BE ABLE TO OBTAIN SHOCK RESPONSE SPECTRUM OF SDOF SYSTEMS FOR SUCH EXCITATIONS AND UNDERSTAND USE OF THE SRS.
2. THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO WRITE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR MDOF SYSTEMS, AND THROUGH THE TECHNIQUE OF DECOUPLING AND ORTHOGONAL PROPERTIES OF NATURAL MODES, SHOULD BE ABLE TO OBTAIN THE EIGENVALUES AND MODE SHAPES OF NATURAL VIBRATIONS AND RESPONSE TO HARMONIC AND ARBITRARY EXCITATIONS.
3. THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO OBTAIN THE EIGENVALUES AND MODE SHAPES OF NATURAL VIBRATIONS OF BEAMS AND RESPONSE TO HARMONIC EXCITATIONS USING ORTHOGONAL PROPERTIES OF NATURAL MODES.
4. STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO OBTAIN NATURAL FREQUENCIES AND MODE SHAPES OF MDOF AND CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS USING  COMPUTATIONAL METHODS SUCH AS RAYLEIGH-RITZ METHOD, HOLZER METHOD, DUNKERLEY’S METHOD, AND STODOLA’S METHOD.
5. STUDENT WILL KNOW VARIOUS TERMINOLOGIES USED IN ACOUSTICS AND ACOUSTIC WAVE TRANSMISSION, DERIVE PLANE AND SPHERICAL WAVE EQUATIONS, AND OBTAIN SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL AT A GIVEN DISTANCE FROM A SIMPLE SOUND SOURCE OF KNOWN STRENGTH.
6. STUDENTS SHOULD UNDERSTAND THE BASICS OF PSYCHOACOUSTICS, EQUAL LOUDNESS CONTOURS, DBA SCALE, LOUDNESS, PITCH AND TIMBRE

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1
TRANSIENT VIBRATIONS, RESPONSE OF A SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM SYSTEM TO STEP AND ANY ARBITRARY EXCITATION, CONVOLUTION (DUHAMEL’S) INTEGRAL, IMPULSE RESPONSE FUNCTION
UNIT 2
MULTI DEGREE OF FREEDOM SYSTEMS, FREE, DAMPED AND FORCED VIBRATIONS OF TWO DEGREE OF FREEDOM SYSTEMS, EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS, NORMAL MODES AND THEIR PROPERTIES, MODE SUMMATION METHOD, USE OF LAGRANGE’S EQUATIONS TO DERIVE THE EQUATIONS OF MOTION,
UNIT 3
CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS, NATURAL VIBRATIONS OF BEAMS – DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION OF MOTION, SOLUTION BY THE METHOD OF SEPARATION OF VARIABLES, FREQUENCY PARAMETER, NATURAL FREQUENCIES AND MODE SHAPES, FORCED VIBRATION OF SIMPLY SUPPORTED BEAM SUBJECTED TO CONCENTRATED HARMONIC FORCE AT A POINT, MODE SUMMATION METHOD, DISCRETIZED MODELS OF CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS AND THEIR SOLUTIONS USING RAYLEIGH – RITZ METHOD
UNIT 4
VIBRATION CONTROL, METHODS OF VIBRATION CONTROL, PRINCIPLE OF SUPERPOSITION, NUMERICAL AND COMPUTER METHODS IN VIBRATIONS: RAYLEIGH, RAYLEIGH-RITZ AND DUNKERLEY’S METHODS, MATRIX ITERATION METHOD FOR EIGENVALUE CALCULATIONS, HOLZER’S METHOD,
UNIT 5
PLANE ACOUSTIC WAVES, SOUND SPEED, CHARACTERISTIC ACOUSTIC IMPEDANCE OF ELASTIC MEDIA, SOUND INTENSITY, DB SCALE, TRANSMISSION PHENOMENA, TRANSMISSION FROM ONE FLUID MEDIUM TO ANOTHER, NORMAL INCIDENCE, REFLECTION AT THE SURFACE OF A SOLID, STANDING WAVE PATTERNS, SYMMETRIC SPHERICAL WAVES, NEAR AND FAR FIELDS, SIMPLE MODELS OF SOUND SOURCES, SOUND POWER,
DETERMINATION OF SOUND POWER AND INTENSITY LEVELS AT A POINT DUE TO A SIMPLE SOURCE.
UNIT 6
PSYCHOACOUSTICS, SPEECH, MECHANISM OF HEARING, THRESHOLDS OF THE EAR – SOUND INTENSITY AND
FREQUENCY, LOUDNESS, EQUAL LOUDNESS LEVELS, LOUDNESS, PITCH AND TIMBRE, BEATS, MASKING BY PURE
TONES, MASKING BY NOISE.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. THOMSON W.T., “THEORY OF VIBRATIONS WITH APPLICATIONS”, GEORGE ALLEN AND UNWH LTD. LONDON, 1981.
2. S.S. RAO, ADDISON, “MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS”, WESLEY PUBLISHING CO., 1990.
3. LEONARD MEIROVITCH, “FUNDAMENTALS OF VIBRATIONS”, MCGRAW HILL INTERNATIONAL EDITION.
4. S. TIMOSHENKO, “VIBRATION PROBLEMS IN ENGINEERING”, WILEY, 1974.
5. LAWRENCE E. KINSLER AND AUSTIN R.FREY, “FUNDAMENTALS OF ACOUSTICS”, WILEY EASTERN LTD., 1987.
6. MICHAEL RETTINGER, “ACOUSTIC DESIGN AND NOISE CONTROL”, VOL. I & II. , CHEMICAL PUBLISHING CO., NEW YORK, 1977.
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 «

M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

III. ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN

SEMESTER I ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-I

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM  ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

1. STUDENTS WILL REALIZE THAT CREATIVITY, MANUFACTURABILITY, ASSEMBLY, MAINTAINABILITY, EMOTIONS, RELIABILITY ARE ALSO IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF DESIGN OTHER THAN FINDING DIMENSIONS AND STRESSES IN THE HIGHLY COMPETITIVE, DYNAMIC AND CUSTOMER CENTERED MARKET.
2. STUDENTS WILL DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO IDENTIFY NEEDS OF THE CUSTOMER AND CONVERT THEM IN TO TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF A PRODUCT.
3. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO GENERATE DIFFERENT IDEAS AFTER IDENTIFYING THE NEED AND DETERMINING THE SPECIFICATIONS AND CONSTRAINTS OF A PRODUCT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
4. STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPALS USED WHILE DESIGNING FOR MANUFACTURE, ASSEMBLY, EMOTIONS AND MAINTENANCE.
5. STUDENTS WILL KNOW VARIOUS METHODS OF RAPID PROTOTYPING THE PRODUCTS TO TEST AND MODIFY THE DESIGNS.
6. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO DESIGN THE COMPONENTS CONSIDERING STRENGTH BASED RELIABILITY

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1
DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS, PRODUCT PLANNING
UNIT 2
NEED IDENTIFICATION AND PROBLEM DEFINITION, PRODUCT SPECIFICATION, CONCEPT GENERATION AND SELECTION, EVALUATION, CREATIVITY METHODS, CONCEPT TESTING
UNIT 3
DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE, ASSEMBLY, MAINTENANCE, CASTING, FORGING,
UNIT 4
DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY, STRENGTH BASED RELIABILITY, PARALLEL AND SERIES SYSTEMS, ROBUST DESIGN,
UNIT 5
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: DESIGN FOR EMOTION AND EXPERIENCE, INTRODUCTION TO RETROFIT AND ECO DESIGN, HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN DESIGN
UNIT 6
RAPID PROTOTYPING

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. GEORGE E DIETER, “ENGINEERING DESIGN”, MCGRAW HILL COMPANY, 00.
2. PRASHANT KUMAR, “PRODUCT DESIGN, CREATIVITY, CONCEPTS AND USABILITY”, EASTERN ECONOMY EDITION, PHI NEW DELHI. 12
3. WOODSON T.T., “INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN”, MCGRAW HILL BOOK COMPANY, 1966.
4. JOHN J.C. “DESIGN METHODS”, WILEY INTER SCIENCE, 1970.
5. AVERILL M. LAW AND W. DAVID KELTON “SIMULATION, MODELLING AND ANALYSIS”, MCGRAW HILL BOOK COMPANY, 1991.
6. PAHL, G.AND W.BEITZ, ENGINEERING DESIGN–A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH – SPRINGER, 2ND ED., 1996.
7. PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT KARL T. ULRICH, STEVEN EPPINGER
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 «

M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

IV. DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY

SEMESTER I ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-I

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

1. UNDERSTAND THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CYCLE
2. KNOW THE MANUFACTURING ISSUES THAT MUST BE CONSIDERED IN THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS
3. KNOW THE PRINCIPLES OF ASSEMBLY TO MINIMIZE THE ASSEMBLY TIME
4. KNOW THE EFFECT OF MANUFACTURING PROCESS AND ASSEMBLY OPERATIONS ON THE COST OF PRODUCT (NOT INCLUDED BY OTHERS)
5. BE FAMILIAR WITH TOOLS AND METHODS TO FACILITATE DEVELOPMENT OF MANUFACTURAL MECHANICAL DESIGNS

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION NEED IDENTIFICATION AND PROBLEM DEFINITION, CONCEPT GENERATION AND EVALUATION, EMBODIMENT DESIGN, SELECTION OF MATERIALS AND SHAPES
UNIT 2: PROPERTIES OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS, SELECTION OF MATERIALS – I, SELECTION OF MATERIALS – II, CASE STUDIES – I, SELECTION OF SHAPES, CO-SELECTION OF MATERIALS AND SHAPES, CASE STUDIES – II,
UNIT 3: SELECTION OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, REVIEW OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, DESIGN FOR CASTING, DESIGN FOR BULK DEFORMATION PROCESSES, DESIGN FOR SHEET METAL FORMING PROCESSES, DESIGN FOR MACHINING, DESIGN FOR POWDER METALLURGY,DESIGN FOR POLYMER PROCESSING, CO SELECTION OF MATERIALS AND PROCESSES, CASE-STUDIES – III
UNIT 4: DESIGN FOR ASSEMBLY, REVIEW OF ASSEMBLY PROCESSES, DESIGN FOR WELDING – I, DESIGN FOR WELDING – II, DESIGN FOR BRAZING AND SOLDERING, DESIGN FOR ADHESIVE BONDING, DESIGN FOR JOINING OF POLYMERS, DESIGN FOR HEAT TREATMENT, CASE-STUDIES - IV
UNIT 5: DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY, FAILURE MODE AND EFFECT ANALYSIS AND QUALITY, DESIGN FOR QUALITY, DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY, APPROACH TO ROBUST DESIGN, DESIGN FOR OPTIMIZATION,

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. M F ASHBY AND K JOHNSON, MATERIALS AND DESIGN - THE ART AND SCIENCE OF MATERIAL SELECTION IN PRODUCT DESIGN, BUTTERWORTH-HEINEMANN, 03.
2. G DIETER, ENGINEERING DESIGN - A MATERIALS AND PROCESSING APPROACH, MCGRAW HILL, NY, 00. 3. M F ASHBY, MATERIAL SELECTION IN MECHANICAL DESIGN, BUTTERWORTH-HEINEMANN, 1999.
4. T H COURTNEY, MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF MATERIALS, MCGRAW HILL, NY, 00.
5. K G SWIFT AND J D BOOKER, PROCESS SELECTION: FROM DESIGN TO MANUFACTURE, LONDON: ARNOLD, 1997.
6. S S RAO, ENGINEERING OPTIMIZATION: THEORY AND PRACTICE, JOHN WILEY, NY, 1996.
7. G BOOTHROYD, P DEWHURST AND W KNIGHT, PRODUCT DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AND ASSEMBLY, JOHN WILEY, NY: MARCEL DEKKAR, 1994.
8. J G BRALLA, HANDBOOK FOR PRODUCT DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE, MCGRAW HILL, NY, 1998.
9. HOULDCROFT, WHICH PROCESS – AN INTRODUCTION TO WELDING AND RELATED PROCESSES AND GUIDE TO THEIR SELECTION, CAMBRIDGE, ABINGTON PUB., 1990.
10. ASTM DESIGN HANDBOOK.
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 «

M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

V. MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING

SEMESTER I ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-I

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE, STUDENTS WILL DEMONSTRATE THEIR ABILITY TO:
1. APPLY STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES TO ANALYZE MULTIVARIATE FUNCTIONS.
2. IDENTIFY AND SOLVE ENGINEERING PROBLEMS BY APPLYING THE KNOWLEDGE OF ORDINARY AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS.
3. IDENTIFY NATURE OF A GIVEN WAVE EQUATION AND SOLVE BY APPLYING D’ALEMBERT SOLUTION AND/OR METHOD OF SOLUTION OF METHOD OF SEPARATION OF VARIABLES

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1 : INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY THEORY
PROBABILITY THEORY AND SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS. BASIC PROBABILITY THEORY ALONG WITH EXAMPLES. STANDARD DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS DISTRIBUTIONS LIKE BINOMIAL, POISSON, NORMAL, EXPONENTIAL ETC. CENTRAL LIMIT THEOREM AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE. SOME SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS LIKE 2, T, F.
UNIT 2 : TESTING OF STATISTICAL HYPOTHESIS
TESTING A STATISTICAL HYPOTHESIS, TESTS ON SINGLE SAMPLE AND TWO SAMPLES CONCERNING MEANS AND VARIANCES.ANOVA: ONE – WAY, TWO – WAY WITH/WITHOUT INTERACTIONS.
UNIT 3 : ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS:
ORDINARY LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS SOLVABLE BY DIRECT SOLUTION METHODS; SOLVABLE NONLINEAR ODE’S;
UNIT 4: PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND CONCEPTS IN SOLUTION TO BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS:
FIRST AND SECOND ORDER PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS; CANONICAL FORMS
UNIT 5: MAJOR EQUATION TYPES ENCOUNTERED IN ENGINEERING AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES
SOLUTION METHODS FOR WAVE EQUATION, D’ALEMBERT SOLUTION, POTENTIAL EQUATION, PROPERTIES OF
HARMONIC FUNCTIONS, MAXIMUM PRINCIPLE, SOLUTION BY VARIABLE SEPARATION METHOD

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. RONALD E, WALPOLE, SHARON L. MYERS, KEYING YE, PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS (8TH EDITION), PEARSON PRENTICE HALL, 07 (FOR UNITS I & II)
2. J. B. DOSHI, DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS, NAROSA, NEW DELHI, 10 (FOR UNITS III & IV)
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1. DOUGLAS C. MONTGOMERY, DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS (7TH EDITION), WILEY STUDENT EDITION, 09.
2. S. P. GUPTA, STATISTICAL METHODS, S. CHAND & SONS, 37TH REVISED EDITION, 08
3. WILLIAM W. HINES, DOUGLAS C. MONTGOMERY, DAVID M. GOLDSMAN, PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERING, (4TH EDITION), WILLEY STUDENT EDITION, 06.
4. ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS (9TH EDITION), ERWIN KREYSZIG, WILEY INDIA (13)
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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M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

VI. MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING

SEMESTER I ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-II

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

THE STUDENT SHOULD BE ABLE TO
1. STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE BASIC CONCEPTS AND DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMPOSITE MATERIALS WITH CONVENTIONAL MATERIALS.
2. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND ROLE OF CONSTITUENT MATERIALS IN DEFINING THE AVERAGE PROPERTIES AND RESPONSE OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS ON MACROSCOPIC LEVEL.
3. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE FOR FINDING FAILURE ENVELOPES AND STRESS-STRAIN PLOTS OF LAMINATES.
4. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO DEVELOP A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING TO UTILIZE SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE USING COMPUTER PROGRAMS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS AT STRUCTURAL LEVEL.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION
DEFINITION AND CHARACTERISTICS, OVERVIEW OF ADVANTAGE AND LIMITATIONS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS, SIGNIFICANCE AND OBJECTIVES OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTUS
UNIT 2.BASIC CONCEPTS AND CHARACTERISTICS
STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE OF CONVENTIONAL MATERIAL, GEOMETRIC AND PHYSICAL DEFINITION, MATERIAL RESPONSE, CLASSIFICATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS, SCALE OF ANALYSIS; MICROMECHANICS, BASIC LAMINA PROPERTIES, CONSTITUENT MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES, PROPERTIES OF TYPICAL COMPOSITE MATERIALS
UNIT 3.ELASTIC BEHAVIOR OF UNIDIRECTIONAL LAMINA
STRESS-STRAIN RELATIONS, RELATION BETWEEN MATHEMATICAL AND ENGINEERING CONSTANTS, TRANSFORMATION OF STRESS, STRAIN AND ELASTIC PARAMETERS
UNIT 4.STRENGTH OF UNIDIRECTIONAL LAMINA
MICROMECHANICS OF FAILURE; FAILURE MECHANISMS, MACRO-MECHANICAL STRENGTH PARAMETERS, MACRO MECHANICAL FAILURE THEORIES, APPLICABILITY OF VARIOUS FAILURE THEORIES
UNIT 5.ELASTIC BEHAVIOR OF LAMINATE
BASIC ASSUMPTIONS, STRAIN-DISPLACEMENT RELATIONS, STRESS-STRAIN RELATION OF LAYER WITHIN A LAMINATE, FORCE AND MOMENT RESULTANT, GENERAL LOAD–DEFORMATION RELATIONS, ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF LAMINATES
UNIT 6.STRESS AND FAILURE ANALYSIS OF LAMINATES
TYPES OF FAILURES, STRESS ANALYSIS AND SAFETY FACTORS FOR FIRST PLY FAILURE OF SYMMETRIC LAMINATES, MICROMECHANICS OF PROGRESSIVE FAILURE; PROGRESSIVE AND ULTIMATE LAMINATE FAILURE, DESIGN METHODOLOGY FOR STRUCTURAL COMPOSITE MATERIALS

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. ISAAC M. DANIELS, ORI ISHAI, “ENGINEERING MECHAINCS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS”, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1994.
2. BHAGWAN D. AGARWAL, LAWRENCE J. BROUTMAN, “ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE OF FIBER COMPOSITES”, JOHN WILEY AND SONS, INC. 1990.
3. MATHEWS, F. L. AND RAWLINGS, R. D., “COMPOSITE MATERIALS: ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE”, CRC PRESS, BOCA RATON, 03.
4. MADHUJIT MUKHOPADHYAY, “MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES”, UNIVERSITY PRESS, 04.
5. MAZUMDAR S. K., “COMPOSAITE MANUFACTURING – MATERIALS, PRODUCT AND PROCESSING ENGINEERING”, CRC PRESS, BOCA RATON, 02.
1. ROBERT M. JONES, “MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS”, TAYLOR AND FRANCIS, INC., 1999.
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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M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

VII. ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF MECHANISMS

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF MECHANISMS

SEMESTER I ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-II

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF MECHANISMS

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE:
1. TO DEVELOP ANALYTICAL EQUATIONS DESCRIBING THE RELATIVE POSITION, VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION
OF ALL MOVING LINKS. 2. TO SELECT, CONFIGURE, AND SYNTHESIZE MECHANICAL COMPONENTS INTO COMPLETE SYSTEMS.
3. USE KINEMATIC GEOMETRY TO FORMULATE AND SOLVE CONSTRAINT EQUATIONS TO DESIGN LINKAGES FOR
SPECIFIED TASKS.
4. FORMULATE AND SOLVE FOUR POSITION SYNTHESIS PROBLEMS FOR PLANAR AND SPHERICAL FOUR-BAR
LINKAGES BY GRAPHICAL AND ANALYTICAL METHODS.
5. ANALYZE AND ANIMATE THE MOVEMENT OF PLANAR AND SPHERICAL FOUR-BAR LINKAGES.
6. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO APPLY MODERN COMPUTER-BASED TECHNIQUES IN THE SELECTION, ANALYSIS,
AND SYNTHESIS OF COMPONENTS AND THEIR INTEGRATION INTO COMPLETE MECHANICAL SYSTEMS.
7. FINALLY STUDENTS WILL DEMONSTRATE ABILITY TO THINK CREATIVELY, PARTICIPATE IN DESIGN
CHALLENGES, AND PRESENT LOGICAL SOLUTIONS.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1
BASIC CONCEPTS; DEFINITIONS AND ASSUMPTIONS; PLANAR AND SPATIAL MECHANISMS; KINEMATIC PAIRS; DEGREE OF FREEDOM; EQUIVALENT MECHANISMS; KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF PLANAR MECHANISMS. REVIEW OF GRAPHICAL AND ANALYTICAL METHODS OF VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION ANALYSIS OF KINEMATICALLY SIMPLE MECHANISMS, VELOCITY-ACCELERATION, ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX MECHANISMS BY THE NORMAL ACCELERATION AND AUXILIARY-POINT METHODS.
UNIT 2
CURVATURE THEORY: FIXED AND MOVING CENTRODES, INFLECTION CIRCLE, EULER-SAVARY EQUATION, BOBILLIER CONSTRUCTIONS, CUBIC OF STATIONARY CURVATURE, BALL’S POINT, APPLICATIONS IN DWELL MECHANISMS.
UNIT 3
KINEMATIC SYNTHESIS OF PLANAR MECHANISMS, ACCURACY (PRECISION) POINTS, CHEBYSHEV SPACING, TYPES OF ERRORS, GRAPHICAL SYNTHESIS FOR FUNCTION GENERATION AND RIGID BODY GUIDANCE WITH TWO, THREE AND FOUR ACCURACY POINTS USING POLE METHOD, CENTRE AND CIRCLE POINT CURVES, ANALYTICAL SYNTHESIS OF FOUR-BAR AND SLIDER-CRANK MECHANISMS.
UNIT 4
FREUDENSTEIN’S EQUATION, SYNTHESIS FOR FOUR AND FIVE ACCURACY POINTS, COMPATIBILITY CONDITION, SYNTHESIS OF FOUR-BAR FOR PRESCRIBED ANGULAR VELOCITIES AND ACCELERATIONS USING COMPLEX NUMBERS, THREE ACCURACY POINT SYNTHESIS USING COMPLEX NUMBERS.
UNIT 5
COUPLER CURVES : EQUATION OF COUPLER CURVE, ROBERT-CHEBYSHEV THEOREM, DOUBLE POINTS AND SYMMETRY.
UNIT 6
KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL MECHANISMS, DENAVIT-HARTENBERG PARAMETERS, MATRIX METHOD OF
ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL MECHANISMS

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. R.S. HARTENBERG AND J. DENAVIT, “KINEMATIC SYNTHESIS OF LINKAGES”, MCGRAW-HILL, NEWYORK, 1980.
2. ROBERT L.NORTAN ,"DESIGN OF MACHINERY',TATA MCGRAW HILL EDITION
3. HAMILTON H.MABIE,"MECHANISMS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY",JOHN WILEY AND SONS NEWYORK
4. S.B.TUTTLE,"MECHANISMS FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN" JOHN WILEY AND SONS NEW YORK
5. A. GHOSH AND A.K. MALLIK, “THEORY OF MACHINES AND MECHANISMS”, AFFILIATED EAST-WEST PRESS, NEW DELHI, 1988.
6. A.G. ERDMAN AND G.N. SANDOR, “MECHANISM DESIGN – ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS”, (VOL. 1 AND 2), PRENTICE HALL INDIA, 1988.
7. A.S. HALL, “KINEMATICS AND LINKAGE DESIGN”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA.
8. J.E. SHIGLEY AND J.J. UICKER, “THEORY OF MACHINES AND MECHANISMS”, 2ND EDITION, MCGRAW-HILL, 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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M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

VIII. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

SEMESTER II ENGINEERING CODE CORE-III

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE,
FOR ONE AND TWO DIMENSIONAL, LINEAR, STATIC AND DYNAMIC PROBLEMS IN STRUCTURAL MECHANICS AND HEAT TRANSFER, THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE THE LEARNING OUTCOMES AS MENTIONED BELOW:
1. THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO CLASSIFY A GIVEN PROBLEM ON THE BASIS OF ITS DIMENSIONALITY AS 1-D, 2-D, OR 3-D, TIME-DEPENDENCE AS STATIC OR DYNAMIC, LINEAR OR NON-LINEAR.
2. THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO DEVELOP SYSTEM LEVEL MATRIX EQUATIONS FROM A GIVEN
MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF A PROBLEM FOLLOWING THE GALERKIN WEIGHTED RESIDUAL METHOD OR PRINCIPLE OF STATIONARY POTENTIAL.
3. WHILE DEMONSTRATING THE PROCESS MENTIONED IN 2 ABOVE, HE WILL BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY VARIABLES OF THE PROBLEM AND CHOOSE CORRECT NODAL DEGREES OF FREEDOM AND DEVELOP SUITABLE SHAPE FUNCTIONS FOR AN ELEMENT, IMPLEMENT GAUSS-LEGENDRE SCHEME OF NUMERICAL INTEGRATION TO EVALUATE INTEGRALS AT ELEMENT LEVEL, AND ASSEMBLE THE ELEMENT LEVEL EQUATIONS TO GET THE SYSTEM LEVEL MATRIX EQUATIONS. HE WILL ALSO BE ABLE TO SUBSTITUTE THE ESSENTIAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS CORRECTLY AND OBTAIN THE SOLUTION TO SYSTEM LEVEL MATRIX EQUATIONS TO GET THE VALUES OF THE FIELD VARIABLE AT THE GLOBAL NODES.
4. THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO STATE THREE SOURCES OF ERRORS IN IMPLEMENTING FEM AND SUGGEST REMEDIES TO MINIMIZE THE SAME FOR A GIVEN PROBLEM, VIZ. MODELING ERRORS, APPROXIMATION ERRORS, AND NUMERICAL ERRORS.
5. THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO OBTAIN CONSISTENT AND LUMPED MASS MATRICES FOR AXIAL VIBRATION OF BARS AND TRANSVERSE VIBRATION OF BEAMS AND OBTAIN FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY OF NATURAL VIBRATION USING THE METHODS MENTIONED IN THE CURRICULA.
6. THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE USE MATLAB FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF FEM TO OBTAIN ELONGATIONS AT NODES OF A BAR SUBJECTED TO TRACTION AND CONCENTRATED LOADS AND PRESCRIBED BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
7. THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO USE COMMERCIAL SOFTWARE LIKE ANSYS OR ABAQUS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF FEM TO OBTAIN STRESS CONCENTRATION DUE TO A SMALL HOLE IN A RECTANGULAR PLATE SUBJECTED TO TRACTION ON EDGES AND CONCENTRATED LOADS AT POINTS ON THE EDGES AND PRESCRIBED BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION, CLASSIFICATION OF PROBLEMS – DIMENSIONALITY, TIME DEPENDENCE, BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS, INITIAL VALUE PROBLEMS, LINEAR/NON-LINEAR, ETC,
UNIT 2: DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION AS THE STARTING POINT FOR FEM, STEPS IN FINITE ELEMENT METHOD, DISCRETIZATION, TYPES OF ELEMENTS USED, SHAPE FUNCTIONS, LINEAR ELEMENTS, LOCAL AND GLOBAL COORDINATES, COORDINATE TRANSFORMATION AND GAUSS-LEGENDRE SCHEME OF NUMERICAL INTEGRATION, NODAL DEGREES OF FREEDOM,
UNIT 3: FINITE ELEMENT FORMULATION, VARIATIONAL, WEIGHTED RESIDUAL AND VIRTUAL WORK METHODS, UNIT 4: 1-D AND 2-D PROBLEMS FROM STRUCTURAL MECHANICS – BAR, BEAM, PLANE STRESS AND PLANE STRAIN PROBLEMS, AXISYMMETRIC PROBLEMS – AXI-SYMMETRIC FORCES AND GEOMETRY,
UNIT 5: COMPUTER IMPLEMENTATION, HIGHER ORDER ELEMENTS, ISOPARAMETRIC FORMULATION,
UNIT 6: EIGENVALUE PROBLEMS, NATURAL VIBRATION OF BARS AND BEAMS, METHODS TO FIND EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. R.S. HARTENBERG AND J. DENAVIT, “KINEMATIC SYNTHESIS OF LINKAGES”, MCGRAW-HILL, NEWYORK, 1980.
2. ROBERT L.NORTAN ,"DESIGN OF MACHINERY',TATA MCGRAW HILL EDITION
3. HAMILTON H.MABIE,"MECHANISMS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY",JOHN WILEY AND SONS NEWYORK
4. S.B.TUTTLE,"MECHANISMS FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN" JOHN WILEY AND SONS NEW YORK
5. A. GHOSH AND A.K. MALLIK, “THEORY OF MACHINES AND MECHANISMS”, AFFILIATED EAST-WEST PRESS, NEW DELHI, 1988.
6. A.G. ERDMAN AND G.N. SANDOR, “MECHANISM DESIGN – ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS”, (VOL. 1 AND 2), PRENTICE HALL INDIA, 1988.
7. A.S. HALL, “KINEMATICS AND LINKAGE DESIGN”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA.
8. J.E. SHIGLEY AND J.J. UICKER, “THEORY OF MACHINES AND MECHANISMS”, 2ND EDITION, MCGRAW-HILL, 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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M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

IX. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

SEMESTER II ENGINEERING CODE CORE-IV

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE:
1. HAVE A CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE PRINCIPLES OF CAD SYSTEMS, THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THESE PRINCIPLES, AND ITS CONNECTIONS TO CAM AND CAE SYSTEMS.
2. UNDERSTAND 2D, 3D TRANSFORMATIONS AND PROJECTION TRANSFORMATIONS
3. GET KNOWLEDGE OF VARIOUS APPROACHES OF GEOMETRIC MODELING
4. UNDERSTAND MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION OF 2D AND 3D ENTITIES
5. UNDERSTAND BASIC FUNDAMENTALS OF FEM

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1: CAD HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE, TYPES OF SYSTEMS AND SYSTEM CONSIDERATIONS, INPUT AND OUTPUT DEVICES, HARDWARE INTEGRATION AND NETWORKING, HARDWARE TRENDS, SOFTWARE MODULES,
UNIT 2: COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS, PRINCIPLE OF NETWORKING, CLASSIFICATION NETWORKS, NETWORK WRING, METHODS, TRANSMISSION MEDIA AND INTERFACES, NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS,
UNIT 3: COMPUTER GRAPHICS INTRODUCTION, TRANSFORMATION OF GEOMETRIC MODELS: TRANSLATION, SCALING, REFLECTION, ROTATION, HOMOGENEOUS REPRESENTATION, CONCATENATED TRANSFORMATIONS; MAPPINGS OF GEOMETRIC MODELS, TRANSLATIONAL MAPPING ROTATIONAL MAPPING, GENERAL MAPPING, MAPPINGS AS CHANGES OF COORDINATE SYSTEM; INVERSE TRANSFORMATIONS AND MAPPING;
UNIT 4 : PROJECTIONS OF GEOMETRIC MODELS, ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS, GEOMETRIC MODELING, CURVE REPRESENTATION: PARAMETRIC REPRESENTATION OF ANALYTIC CURVES, PARAMETRIC REPRESENTATION OF SYNTHETIC CURVES, CURVE MANIPULATIONS. SURFACE REPRESENTATION,
UNIT 5 : FUNDAMENTALS OF SOLID MODELING, BOUNDARY REPRESENTATION (B-REP), CONSTRUCTIVE SOLID GEOMETRY (CSF), SWEEP REPRESENTATION, ANALYTIC SOLID MODELING (ASM), OTHER REPRESENTATIONS; SOLID MANIPULATIONS, SOLID MODELING BASED APPLICATIONS: MASS PROPERTIES CALCULATIONS, MECHANICAL TOLERANCING, ETC.
UNIT 6: FINITE ELEMENT MODELING AND ANALYSIS, FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS, FINITE ELEMENT MODELING, MESH GENERATION MESH REQUIREMENTS, SEMIAUTOMATIC METHODS, FULLY AUTOMATIC METHODS, DESIGN AND ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS, SYSTEM SIMULATION, NEED OF SIMULATION, AREAS OF APPLICATIONS, WHEN SIMULATION IS APPROPRIATE TOOL / NOT APPROPRIATE, CONCEPT OF A SYSTEM,
COMPONENTS OF A SYSTEM, DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS, MODEL OF A SYSTEM, TYPES OF MODELS, TYPES OF SIMULATION APPROACHES

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. IBRAHBIM ZEID, “CAD / CAM THEORY AND PRACTICE”.
2. JIM BROWNE, “COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING AND DESIGN”.
3. P. RADHAKRISHNAN / V. RAJU / S. SUBRAMANYAM, “CAD / CAM / CIM”.
4. P.N. RAO, “CAD / CAM PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS”, TATA MCRAW-HILL, 02.
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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M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

X. TRIBOLOGY IN DESIGN

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ TRIBOLOGY IN DESIGN

SEMESTER II ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-III

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM TRIBOLOGY IN DESIGN

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE:
1. THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO APPLY THEORIES OF FRICTION AND WEAR TO VARIOUS PRACTICAL SITUATIONS BY ANALYSING THE PHYSICS OF THE PROCESS.
2. THEY WILL UNDERSTAND THE VARIOUS SURFACE MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES AND EFFECT OF SURFACE TEXTURE ON TRIBOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR OF A SURFACE.
3. THEY WILL BE ABLE TO SELECT MATERIALS AND LUBRICANTS TO SUGGEST A TRIBOLOGICAL SOLUTION TO A PARTICULAR SITUATION.
4. THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO DESIGN A HYDRODYNAMIC BEARING USING VARIOUS BEARING CHARTS.
5. THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD AND UNDERSTAND MODERN RESEARCH MATERIAL.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1: FRICTION, THEORIES OF FRICTION, FRICTION CONTROL, SURFACE TEXTURE AND MEASUREMENT, GENESIS OF FRICTION, INSTABILITIES AND STICK-SLIP MOTION.
UNIT 2: WEAR, TYPES OF WEAR, THEORIES OF WEAR, WEAR PREVENTION.
UNIT 3: TRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BEARING MATERIALS AND LUBRICANTS.
UNIT 4: LUBRICATION, REYNOLDS’S EQUATION AND ITS LIMITATIONS, IDEALIZED BEARINGS, INFINITELY LONG PLANE PIVOTED AND FIXED SHOW SLIDERS, INFINITELY LONG AND INFINITELY SHORT (NARROW) JOURNAL BEARINGS, LIGHTLY LOADED INFINITELY LONG JOURNAL BEARING (PETROFF’S SOLUTION), FINITE BEARINGS, DESIGN OF HYDRODYNAMIC JOURNAL BEARINGS
UNIT 5: HYDROSTATIC, SQUEEZE FILM CIRCULAR AND RECTANGULAR FLAT PLATES, VARIABLE AND ALTERNATING LOADS, PISTON PIN LUBRICATIONS, APPLICATION TO JOURNAL BEARINGS.
UNIT 6: ELASTO-HYDRODYNAMIC LUBRICATION – PRESSURE VISCOSITY TERM IN REYNOLDS’S EQUATION, HERTZ’ THEORY, ERTEL-GRUBIN EQUATION, LUBRICATION OF SPHERES, GEAR TEETH AND ROLLING ELEMENT BEARINGS, AIR LUBRICATED BEARINGS, TILTING PAD BEARINGS,

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. CAMERON, “BASIC LUBRICATION THEORY”, ELLIS HORWOOD LTD, 1981.
2. PRINCIPLES IN TRIBOLOGY, EDITED BY J. HALLING, 1975
3. FUNDAMENTALS OF FLUID FILM LUBRICATION – B. J. HAMROCK, MCGRAW HILL
4. D.D. FULLER, “THEORY AND PRACTICE OF LUBRICATION FOR ENGINEERS”, JOHN WILEY AND SONS, 1984.
5. “FUNDAMENTALS OF FRICTION AND WEAR OF MATERIALS” AMERICAN SOCIETY OF METALS.
6. INTRODUCTION TO TRIBOLOGY OF BEARINGS –B. C. MAJUMDAR, A. H. WHEELER &CO. PVT. LTD 1985.
7. T.A. STOLARSKI, “TRIBOLOGY IN MACHINE DESIGN”.
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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M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

XI. ROBOTICS

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ ROBOTICS

SEMESTER II ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-III

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ROBOTICS

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO
1. UNDERSTAND BASIC TERMINOLOGIES AND CONCEPTS ASSOCIATED WITH ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION
2. DEMONTRATE COMPREHENSION OF VARIOUS ROBOTIC SUB-SYSTEMS
3. UNDERSTAND KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS TO EXPLAIN EXACT WORKING PATTERN OF ROBOTS
4. AWARE OF THE ASSOCIATED RECENT UPDATES IN ROBOTICS

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION:
BASIC CONCEPTS SUCH AS DEFINITION, THREE LAWS, DOF, MISUNDERSTOOD DEVICES ETC., ELEMENTS OF ROBOTIC SYSTEMS I.E. ROBOT ANATOMY, CLASSIFICATION, ASSOCIATED PARAMETERS I.E. RESOLUTION, ACCURACY, REPEATABILITY, DEXTERITY, COMPLIANCE, RCC DEVICE, ETC. AUTOMATION - CONCEPT, NEED, AUTOMATION IN PRODUCTION SYSTEM, PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF AUTOMATION, BASIC ELEMENTS OF AN
AUTOMATED SYSTEM, ADVANCED AUTOMATION FUNCTIONS, LEVELS OF AUTOMATIONS, INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATION PRODUCTIVITY.
UNIT 2 ROBOT GRIPPERS:
TYPES OF GRIPPERS , DESIGN ASPECT FOR GRIPPER, FORCE ANALYSIS FOR VARIOUS BASIC GRIPPER SYSTEM. SENSORS FOR ROBOTS:- CHARACTERISTICS OF SENSING DEVICES, SELECTIONS OF SENSORS, CLASSIFICATION AND APPLICATIONS OF SENSORS. TYPES OF SENSORS, NEED FOR SENSORS AND VISION SYSTEM IN THE WORKING AND CONTROL OF A ROBOT.
UNIT 3 DRIVES AND CONTROL SYSTEMS:
TYPES OF DRIVES, ACTUATORS AND ITS SELECTION WHILE DESIGNING A ROBOT SYSTEM. TYPES OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS, CONTROL SYSTEMS -TYPES OF CONTROLLERS, INTRODUCTION TO CLOSED LOOP CONTROL CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES IN AUTOMATION:- INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS, PROCESS INDUSTRIES VERSES DISCRETE-MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES, CONTINUOUS VERSUS DISCRETE CONTROL, COMPUTER PROCESS AND ITS FORMS. CONTROL SYSTEM COMPONENTS SUCH AS SENSORS, ACTUATORS AND OTHERS.
UNIT 4 KINEMATICS:
TRANSFORMATION MATRICES AND THEIR ARITHMETIC, LINK AND JOINT DESCRIPTION, DENAVIT - HARTENBERG PARAMETERS, FRAME ASSIGNMENT TO LINKS, DIRECT KINEMATICS, KINEMATICS REDUNDANCY, KINEMATICS CALIBRATION, INVERSE KINEMATICS, SOLVABILITY, ALGEBRAIC AND GEOMETRICAL METHODS. VELOCITIES AND STATIC FORCES IN MANIPULATORS:- JACOBIANS, SINGULARITIES, STATIC FORCES, JACOBIAN IN FORCE DOMAIN. DYNAMICS:- INTRODUCTION TO DYNAMICS , TRAJECTORY GENERATIONS
UNIT 5 MACHINE VISION SYSTEM:
VISION SYSTEM DEVICES, IMAGE ACQUISITION, MASKING, SAMPLING AND QUANTISATION, IMAGE PROCESSING TECHNIQUES , NOISE REDUCTION METHODS, EDGE DETECTION, SEGMENTATION. ROBOT PROGRAMMING :- METHODS OF ROBOT PROGRAMMING, LEAD THROUGH PROGRAMMING, MOTION INTERPOLATION, BRANCHING CAPABILITIES, WAIT, SIGNAL AND DELAY COMMANDS, SUBROUTINES, PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES: INTRODUCTION TO VARIOUS TYPES SUCH AS RAIL AND VAL II ETC, FEATURES OF TYPE AND DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGES FOR RECENT ROBOT SYSTEMS.
UNIT 6 MODELING AND SIMULATION FOR MANUFACTURING PLANT AUTOMATION:
INTRODUCTION, NEED FOR SYSTEM MODELING, BUILDING MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF A MANUFACTURING PLANT, MODERN TOOLS- ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS IN MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION, AI IN MANUFACTURING, FUZZY DECISION AND CONTROL, ROBOTS AND APPLICATION OF ROBOTS FOR AUTOMATION. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:- INTRODUCTION TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, AI TECHNIQUES, NEED AND APPLICATION
OF AI. OTHER TOPICS IN ROBOTICS:- SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECT OF ROBOTISATION. ECONOMICAL ASPECTS FOR ROBOT DESIGN, SAFETY FOR ROBOT AND ASSOCIATED MASS, NEW TRENDS & RECENT UPDATES IN ROBOTICS

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. JOHN J. CRAIG, INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS (MECHANICS AND CONTROL), ADDISON-WESLEY, 2ND EDITION, 04
2. MIKELL P. GROOVER ET. AL., INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS: TECHNOLOGY, PROGRAMMING AND APPLICATIONS, MCGRAW – HILL INTERNATIONAL, 1986.
3. SHIMON Y. NOF , HANDBOOK OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS , JOHN WILEY CO, 01.
4. AUTOMATION, PRODUCTION SYSTEMS AND COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING, M.P. GROOVER, PEARSON EDUCATION.
5. INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION: W.P. DAVID, JOHN WILEY AND SONS.
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1. RICHARD D. KLAFTER , THOMAS A. CHEMIELEWSKI, MICHAEL NEGIN, ROBOTIC ENGINEERING : ANINTEGRATED APPROACH , PRENTICE HALL INDIA, 02.
2. HANDBOOK OF DESIGN, MANUFACTURING & AUTOMATION: R.C. DORF, JOHN WILEY AND SONS.
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XII. FRACTURE MECHANICS

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SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ FRACTURE MECHANICS

SEMESTER II ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-III

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM FRACTURE MECHANICS

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

1. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO USE ANY ONE OF THE FOUR PARAMETERS FOR FINDING OUT DAMAGE TOLERANCE: STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR, ENERGY RELEASE RATE, J INTEGRAL, CRACK TIP OPENING DISPLACEMENT.
2. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO MANAGE SINGULARITY AT CRACK TIP USING COMPLEX VARIABLE.
3. STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND IMPORTANT ROLE PLAYED BY PLASTIC ZONE AT THE CRACK TIP.
4. STUDENTS WILL LEARN MODERN FATIGUE AND WILL ABLE TO CALCULATE THE FATIGUE LIFE OF A COMPONENT WITH OR WITHOUT CRACK IN IT.
5. STUDENTS WILL LEARN MODERN SOPHISTICATED EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES TO DETERMINE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS AND STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1: MODES OF FRACTURE FAILURE, BRITTLE AND DUCTILE FRACTURE,
UNIT 2: ENERGY RELEASE RATE: CRACK RESISTANCE, STABLE AND UNSTABLE CRACK GROWTH.
UNIT 3: STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR: STRESS AND DISPLACEMENT FIELDS, EDGE CRACKS, EMBEDDED CRACKS.
UNIT 4: CRACK TIP PLASTICITY: SHAPE AND SIZE OF PLASTIC ZONE, EFFECTIVE CRACK LENGTH, EFFECT OF PLATE THICKNESS, J-INTEGRAL. CRACK TIP OPENING DISPLACEMENT.
UNIT 5: TEST METHODS FOR DETERMINING CRITICAL ENERGY RELEASE RATE, CRITICAL STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR, J-INTEGRAL.
UNIT 6: FATIGUE FAILURE: CRACK PROPAGATION, EFFECT OF AN OVERLOAD, CRACK CLOSURE, VARIABLE AMPLITUDE FATIGUE LOAD. ENVIRONMENT-ASSISTED CRACKING. DYNAMIC MODE CRACK INITIATION AND GROWTH, VARIOUS CRACK DETECTION TECHNIQUES.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. BROOK D, “ELEMENTARY ENGINEERING FRACTURE MECHANICS”.
2. LIEBOWITZ H., “FRACTURE” VOLUME I TO VII.
3. A NADAI, W. S. HEMP, “THEORY OF FLOW AND FRACTURE OF SOLIDS”, MCGRAW HILL BOOK COMPANY, 1950.
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XIII. MULTI-BODY DYNAMICS

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SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ MULTI-BODY DYNAMICS

SEMESTER II ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-IV

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM MULTI-BODY DYNAMICS

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OFTHIS COURSE, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
1. DERIVE EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR INTERCONNECTED BODIES IN MULTI-BODY SYSTEMS WITH THREEDIMENSIONAL MOTION.
2. IMPLEMENT AND ANALYZE METHODS OF FORMULATING EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR INTERCONNECTED BODIES.
3. WRITE PROGRAMS TO SOLVE CONSTRAINED DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS FOR ANALYZING MULTI-BODY SYSTEMS.
4. SIMULATE AND ANALYZE ALL TYPES OF STATIC AND DYNAMIC BEHAVIORS OF THE MULTI-BODY SYSTEMS INCLUDING THE KINETO-STATIC ANALYSIS.
5. LEAD TEAM PROJECTS IN ACADEMIC RESEARCH OR THE INDUSTRY THAT REQUIRE MODELING AND SIMULATION OF MULTI-BODY SYSTEMS.
6. DEMONSTRATE AN IMPROVED TECHNICAL WRITING AND PRESENTATION SKILLS.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION:
THE METHOD OF CONSTRAINTS FOR PLANAR KINEMATIC ANALYSIS. REVOLUTE, PRISMATIC, GEAR AND CAM PAIRS ARE CONSIDERED TOGETHER WITH OTHER 2 DEGREES-OF-FREEDOM TYPES OF CONSTRAINTS.
UNIT 2. BASIC PRINCIPLES FOR ANALYSIS OF MULYI-BODY SYSTEMS:
THE AUTOMATIC ASSEMBLY OF THE SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS FOR POSITION, VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION ANALYSIS. ITERATIVE SOLUTION OF SYSTEMS OF NON LINEAR EQUATIONS. GEOMETRY OF MASSES. THE PRINCIPLE OF VIRTUAL WORK AND LAGRANGE’S EQUATIONS.
UNIT 3. DYNAMICS OF PLANAR SYSTEMS:
DYNAMICS OF PLANAR SYSTEMS. SYSTEMATIC COMPUTATION AND ASSEMBLY OF MASS MATRIX. COMPUTATION OF PLANAR GENERALIZED FORCES FOR EXTERNAL FORCES AND FOR ACTUATOR-SPRING-DAMPER ELEMENT. SIMPLE APPLICATIONS OF INVERSE AND FORWARD DYNAMIC ANALYSIS. NUMERICAL INTEGRATION OF FIRST-ORDER INITIAL VALUE PROBLEMS. THE METHOD OF BAUMGARTE FOR THE SOLUTION OF MIXED DIFFERENTIAL-ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS OF MOTION. THE USE OF COORDINATES PARTITIONING, QR AND SVD DECOMPOSITION FOR THE
ORTHOGONALIZATION OF CONSTRAINTS.
UNIT 4. KINEMATICS OF RIGID BODIES IN SPACE:
REFERENCE FRAMES FOR THE LOCATION OF A BODY IN SPACE. EULER ANGLES AND EULER PARAMETERS. THE FORMULA OF RODRIGUES. SCREW MOTION IN SPACE. VELOCITY, ACCELERATION AND ANGULAR VELOCITY. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ANGULAR VELOCITY VECTOR AND THE TIME DERIVATIVES OF EULER PARAMETERS.
UNIT 5. KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL SYSTEMS:
BASIC KINEMATIC CONSTRAINTS. JOINT DEFINITION FRAMES. THE CONSTRAINTS REQUIRED FOR THE DESCRIPTION IN SPACE OF COMMON KINEMATIC PAIRS (REVOLUTE, PRISMATIC, CYLINDRICAL, SPHERICAL). EQUATIONS OF MOTION OF CONSTRAINED SPATIAL SYSTEMS.
UNIT 6. COMPUTATION OF FORCES:
COMPUTATION OF SPATIAL GENERALIZED FORCES FOR EXTERNAL FORCES AND FOR ACTUATOR-SPRING-DAMPER
ELEMENT. COMPUTATION OF REACTION FORCES FROM LAGRANGE’S MULTI- PLIERS

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. WITTENBURG, J., DYNAMICS OF SYSTEMS OF RIGID BODIES, B.G. TEUBNER, STUTTGART, 1977.
2. KANE, T.R, LEVINSON, D.A., DYNAMICS: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS, MCGRAW-HILL BOOK CO., 1985.
3. NIKRAVESH, P.E., COMPUTER AIDED ANALYSIS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS, PRENTICE-HALL INC., ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ, 1988.
4. ROBERSON, R.E., SCHWERTASSEK, R., DYNAMICS OF MULTIBODY SYSTEMS, SPRINGER-VERLAG, BERLIN, 1988.
5. HAUG, E.J., COMPUTER-AIDED KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS-BASIC METHODS, ALLYN AND BACON, 1989.
6. HUSTON, R.L., MULTIBODY DYNAMICS, BUTTERWORTH-HEINEMANN, 1990.
7. SCHIELEN, W. ED., MULTIBODY SYSTEMS HANDBOOK, SPRINGER-VERLAG, BERLIN, 1990.
8. DE JALO N, J.C., BAYO, E., KINEMATIC AND DYNAMIC SIMULATION OF MULTIBODY SYSTEMS,
SPRINGER-VERLAG, 1994. 9. SHABANA, A.A., COMPUTATIONAL DYNAMICS, JOHN WILEY & SONS, 1994.
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1. "WHY DO MULTI-BODY SYSTEM SIMULATION?" BY RAJIV RAMPALLI, GABRIELE FERRAROTTI & MICHAEL
HOFFMANN, PUBLISHED NAFEMS PUBLICATIONS, JANUARY 12
2. “PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMICS” BY DONALD T. GREENWOOD, 2ND ED., PRENTICE HALL
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M. TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

XIV. OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN

SEMESTER II ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-IV

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE:
1. STUDENTS WILL KNOW THE PRINCIPLES OF OPTIMIZATION.
2. STUDENTS WILL HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF ALGORITHMS FOR DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
3. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO FORMULATE AN OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM.
4. STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND THE OPTIMUM SOLUTION OF THEIR PROBLEMS USING OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES.

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMIZATION, CLASSIFICATION OF OPTIMISATION PROBLEMS, CLASSICAL OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES,
UNIT 2: LINEAR PROGRAMMING, SIMPLEX METHOD AND DUALITY IN LINEAR PROGRAMMING, SENSITIVITY OR POST-OPTIMALITY ANALYSIS, KARMARKAR’S METHODS,
UNIT 3:NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING: - ONE DIMENSIONAL MINIMIZATION, UNCONSTRAINED AND CONSTRAINED MINIMIZATION, DIRECT AND INDIRECT METHODS,
UNIT 4: GEOMETRIC PROGRAMMING, OPTIMUM DESIGN OF MECHANICAL ELEMENTS LIKE BEAMS, COLUMNS, GEARS, SHAFTS, ETC.
UNIT 5: INTRODUCTION TO GENETIC ALGORITHMS, OPERATORS, APPLICATIONS TO ENGINEERING OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. S. S. STRICKER, “OPTIMISING PERFORMANCE OF ENERGY SYSTEMS” BATTELLE PRESS, NEW YORK, 1985.
2. R.C. JOHNSON, “OPTIMUM DESIGN OF MECHANICAL ELEMENTS”, WILLEY, NEW YORK, 1980.
3. J. S. ARORA, “INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMUM DESIGN”, MCGRAW HILL, NEW YORK, 1989.
4. KALYANMOY DEB, “OPTIMIZATION FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN”, PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA, NEW DELHI, 05
5. L.C.W. DIXON, “NON-LINEAR OPTIMISATION - THEORY AND ALGORITHMS”, BIRKHAUSER, BOSTON, 1980.
6. R.J. DUFFIN, E.L. PETERSON AND C.ZENER “GEOMETRIC PROGRAMMING-THEORY AND APPLICATIONS”, WILLEY, NEW YORK, 1967.
7. G.B. DANTZIG “LINEAR PROGRAMMING AND EXTENSIONS PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS”, PRINCETON, N. J., 1963.
8. R. BELLMAN “DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING-PRINCETON” UNIVERSITY PRESS, PRINCETON, N.J. 1957.
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XV. ADVANCED FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ ADVANCED FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

SEMESTER III ENGINEERING CODE PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-V

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ADVANCED FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO
1. DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING OF FE FORMULATION FOR LINEAR PROBLEMS IN SOLID MECHANICS
2. UNDERSTAND BEHAVIOUR OF ELASTIC-PLASTIC MATERIALS AND VISCO-PLASTICITY, USE OF NEWTON-
RAPHSON METHOD FOR SOLVING NONLINEAR EQUATIONS OF EQUILIBRIUM
3. UNDERSTAND FLOW RULES AND STRAIN HARDENING, LOADING AND UNLOADING CONDITIONS, DRUCKER’S STABILITY POSTULATES, J2 FLOW OF THEORY OF PLASTICITY
4. DEMONSTRATE USE OF FE FORMULATION TO SOLVE THE PROBLEMS OF LARGE DEFORMATION OF STRUCTURES UNDER LOADS
5. ABLE TO SOLVE CONTACT PROBLEMS OBY USING THE TECHNIQUES OF NON-LINEAR FEM

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT 1. REVIEW OF LINEAR FEA:
FE FORMULATION OF 1D BAR, 3D LINEAR ELASTIC CONTINUUM, 2D PLANE STRAIN, PLANE STRESS, AND AXISYMMETRIC ELEMENTS; ISO-PARAMETRIC MAPPING; NUMERICAL INTEGRATION.
UNIT 2. FE FORMULATION FOR 1D PLASTICITY:
ELASTIC-PERFECTLY PLASTIC MATERIAL; ISOTROPIC AND KINEMATIC HARDENING; INTEGRATION ALGORITHMS FOR 1D PLASTICITY; FE FORMULATION; NEWTON-RAPHSON METHOD FOR SOLVING NONLINEAR EQUILIBRIUM EQUATIONS; 1D VISCO-PLASTICITY AND INTEGRATION ALGORITHM.
UNIT 3. CONTINUUM THEORIES OF PLASTICITY:
REVIEW OF TENSOR ALGEBRA; YIELD CONDITION, FLOW RULE AND HARDENING RULES; LOADING AND UNLOADING CONDITIONS; DRUCKER’S STABILITY POSTULATES; CONVEXITY AND NORMALITY; J2 FLOW THEORY OF PLASTICITY AND VISCO-PLASTICITY, GURSON MODEL.
UNIT 4. FE PROCEDURES FOR 2D AND 3D PLASTICITY:
INTEGRATION ALGORITHMS FOR RATE INDEPENDENT PLASTICITY—EXPLICIT FORWARD EULER AND IMPLICIT BACKWARD EULER; RETURN MAPPING ALGORITHM; VISCO-PLASTICITY; FE FORMULATION; CONSISTENT LINEARIZATION; ALGORITHMIC AND CONSISTENT TANGENT MODULII; TREATMENT OF INCOMPRESSIBLE DEFORMATION (LOCKING); B-BAR METHOD.
UNIT 5. FE PROCEDURES FOR LARGE DEFORMATION PROBLEMS:
CONTINUUM MECHANICS—DEFORMATION GRADIENT, POLAR DECOMPOSITION, GREEN-LAGRANGE STRAIN, RATE OF DEFORMATION, CAUCHY STRESS, P-K STRESSES, BALANCE LAWS; PRINCIPLE OF OBJECTIVITY AND ISOTROPY; CONSTITUTIVE EQUATIONS FOR HYPERELASTICITY; NEO-HOOKEAN MODEL; FE FORMULATION—TOTAL LAGRANGIAN AND UPDATED LAGRANGIAN DESCRIPTIONS; TANGENT STIFFNESS MATRIX. INTRODUCTION TO FINITE STRAIN PLASTICITY.
UNIT 6. CONTACT PROBLEMS:
CONDITION OF IMPENETRABILITY; GAP ELEMENTS FOR MODELLING CONTACT; TANGENT STIFFNESS MATRIX AND FORCE VECTORS FOR 2D FRICTIONLESS CONTACT PROBLEMS.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1) K. J. BATHE, FINITE ELEMENT PROCEDURES, PRENTICE-HALL OF INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED, NEW DELHI, 1996
2) J. C. SIMO AND T. J. R. HUGHES, COMPUTATIONAL INELASTICITY, SPRINGER-VERLAG NEW YORK, INC., NEW YORK, 1998
3) O. C. ZIENKIEWICZ AND R. L. TAYLOR, FINITE ELEMENT METHOD: VOLUME 2 SOLID MECHANICS, FIFTH EDITION, BUTTERWORTH-HEINEMANN, OXFORD, 00
4) T. BELYTSCHKO AND W. K. LIU AND B. MORAN, NONLINEAR FINITE ELEMENTS FOR CONTINUA AND STRUCTURES, JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD., ENGLAND, 00
5) D. R. J. OWEN AND E. HINTON, FINITE ELEMENTS IN PLASTICITY: THEORY AND PRACTICE, PINERIDGE PRESS LTD., 00
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XVI. COMPOSITE MATERIALS

CODE SEMESTER
SPECIALIZATION
COURSE OUTCOMES
COURSE CONTENTS
REFERENCE BOOKS
APPLICATION TOOL
CODE SEMESTER

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM ♦ COMPOSITE MATERIALS

SEMESTER III ENGINEERING CODE OPEN ELECTIVE

SPECIALIZATION

♦ SYLLABUS PROGRAM COMPOSITE MATERIALS

♦  SPECIALIZATION  DESIGN ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

AT THE END OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO
1. DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING OF FE FORMULATION FOR LINEAR PROBLEMS IN SOLID MECHANICS
2. UNDERSTAND BEHAVIOUR OF ELASTIC-PLASTIC MATERIALS AND VISCO-PLASTICITY, USE OF NEWTON-
RAPHSON METHOD FOR SOLVING NONLINEAR EQUATIONS OF EQUILIBRIUM
3. UNDERSTAND FLOW RULES AND STRAIN HARDENING, LOADING AND UNLOADING CONDITIONS, DRUCKER’S STABILITY POSTULATES, J2 FLOW OF THEORY OF PLASTICITY
4. DEMONSTRATE USE OF FE FORMULATION TO SOLVE THE PROBLEMS OF LARGE DEFORMATION OF STRUCTURES UNDER LOADS
5. ABLE TO SOLVE CONTACT PROBLEMS OBY USING THE TECHNIQUES OF NON-LINEAR FEM

COURSE CONTENTS

UNIT–I: INTRODUCTION: DEFINITION – CLASSIFICATION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS. ADVANTAGES AND APPLICATION OF COMPOSITES. FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF REINFORCEMENT AND MATRIX. EFFECT OF REINFORCEMENT (SIZE, SHAPE, DISTRIBUTION, VOLUME FRACTION) ON OVERALL COMPOSITE PERFORMANCE.
UNIT – II: REINFORCEMENTS: PREPARATION-LAYUP, CURING, PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF GLASS FIBERS, CARBON FIBERS, KEVLAR FIBERS AND BORON FIBERS. PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF WHISKERS, PARTICLE REINFORCEMENTS. MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF COMPOSITES: RULE OF MIXTURES, INVERSE RULE OF MIXTURES. ISOSTRAIN AND ISOSTRESS CONDITIONS.
UNIT – III: MANUFACTURING OF METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES: CASTING – SOLID STATE DIFFUSION TECHNIQUE, CLADDING – HOT ISOSTATIC PRESSING. PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS. MANUFACTURING OF CERAMIC MATRIX COMPOSITES: LIQUID METAL INFILTRATION – LIQUID PHASE SINTERING. MANUFACTURING OF CARBON – CARBON COMPOSITES: KNITTING, BRAIDING, WEAVING. PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS.
UNIT–IV: MANUFACTURING OF POLYMER MATRIX COMPOSITES: PREPARATION OF MOULDING COMPOUNDS AND PREPREGS – HAND LAYUP METHOD – AUTOCLAVE METHOD – FILAMENT WINDING METHOD – COMPRESSION MOULDING – REACTION INJECTION MOULDING. PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS.
UNIT – V: STRENGTH: LAMINAR FAILURE CRITERIA-STRENGTH RATIO, MAXIMUM STRESS CRITERIA, MAXIMUM STRAIN CRITERIA, INTERACTING FAILURE CRITERIA, HYGROTHERMAL FAILURE. LAMINATE FIRST PLAY FAILURE-INSIGHT STRENGTH; LAMINATE STRENGTH-PLY DISCOUNT TRUNCATED MAXIMUM STRAIN CRITERION; STRENGTH DESIGN USING CAPLET PLOTS; STRESS CONCENTRATIONS.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. MATERIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – VOL 13 – COMPOSITES BY R.W.CAHN – VCH, WEST GERMANY.
2. MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, AN INTRODUCTION. WD CALLISTER, JR., ADAPTED BY R.BALASUBRAMANIAM, JOHN WILEY & SONS, NY, INDIAN EDITION, 2007.
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1. HAND BOOK OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS-ED-LUBIN.
2. COMPOSITE MATERIALS – K.K.CHAWLA.
3. COMPOSITE MATERIALS SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS – DEBORAH D.L. CHUNG.
4. COMPOSITE MATERIALS DESIGN AND APPLICATIONS – DANIAL GAY, SUONG V. HOA, AND STEPHEN W.TASI.
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