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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING,
THIRD SEMESTER, B TECH
Semester III
HOURS PER WEEK
SL .
NO.
SUB-CODE
CREDIT
S
SUBJECT
L
T
P
C
THEORY
1
MA131301 MATHEMATICS III
3
2
0
4
2
ME131302 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
3
2
0
4
3
ME131303 BASIC THERMODYNAMICS
3
2
0
4
4
ME131304 MECHANISM AND MACHINES I
3
2
0
4
5
ME131305 PRIMARY MANUFACTURING
2
2
0
3
6
HS131306
SOCIOLOGY
2
0
0
2
PRACTICAL
1
7
ME131312
MECHANICS OF MATERIAL
LAB
0
0
2
8
ME131315
PRIMARY MANUFACTURING
LAB
0
0
2
9
ME131317 MACHINE DRAWING
0
0
4
2
16
10
8
25
TOTAL
WORKING HOURS
= 34
TOTAL CREDITS
= 25
1
Course Title:
Course Code:
L-T-P:C
Abstract:
Mathematics III
MA131301
3-2-0 =4
This course of Mathematics is important for almost all the engineering disciplines. It deals with
the partial differential equations of first order and 2 nd order.
Prerequisites: Concept of solution of ODE, Elementary complex numbers and properties,
Elementary probability and statistics ? measures of central tendency, dispersions. Basic
differentiation and integration [ HS / diploma level]
Course Outcomes:
The students will
 Be able to apply the fundamental concepts of Partial differential Equations.
 Get familiarised with the applications of Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial
Differential Equations.
 Be able to apply different techniques of integration, including partial fractions,
integration by parts and recurrence formulae, to solve problems.
Module
1
Topic
No of
hours
Marks
15
30
First order Partial differential equation: Partial
differential equation of first order, Linear partial
differential equation, Non-linear partial differential
equation, Homogenous and non-homogeneous partial
differential equation with constant co- efficient, Cauchy
type, Monge?s method.
Second order Partial differential equation: Second
order partial differential equation The vibrating string,
the wave equation and its solution, the heat equation and
its solution, Two dimensional wave equation and its
solution, Laplace equation in polar, cylindrical and
spherical coordinates, potential.
2
Complex Analysis: Analytic function, CauchyRiemann equations, Laplace equation, Conformal
mapping, Complex integration: Line integral in the
complex plane, Cauchy?s integral theorem, Cauchy?s
integral formula, Derivatives of analytic functions.
15
30
10
25
8
15
Mathematical Series: Power Series, Taylor?s series,
Laurent?s series, Singularities and zeros, Residue
integration method.
Probability and statistics:
3
(i)Definition of probability, Laws of probability, Bays
theorem, random variables, probability distributions and
characteristics,
binomial
distribution,
poisson?s
distributions and Normal distribution.
(ii) elementary sampling theory, tests of hypothesis
(statistical inference), Standard error, Fudicial (
Confidence) limits, Tests of significance- Students? T tests, Chi square tests and Z ? tests.
Laplace Transform
4
Definition of Laplace transform, Laplace transform of
elementary functions, inverse of Laplace transforms.
Properties
of
Laplace
TransformLinearity,
n
multiplication by t and division by t.
Laplace
Transform of derivatives and integrals. Shifting
theorems, Laplace transform of (i) periodic function (ii)
unit step function, (iii) Dirac-delta function. Covolution
theorem, Application of Laplace transform to initial
value problems.
Reference books:
1. E. Kreyszig,? Advanced Engineering Mathematics:, Eighth Edition, Wiley India.
2. B.V. Ramana, H
? igher Engineering Mathematics?, McGraw Hil Education.
3. N.P.Bali and Manish Goel, A
? text book of Engineering mathematics?, Laxmi
Publication.
4. B. S. Grewal, ?Higher Engineering Mathematics?, Khanna Publication, Delhi.
5. Babu Ram, ?Engineering Mathematics?, Pearson .
ME131302
MODULE-I
L=3
T=2
C=4
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
PRINCIPAL STRESSES
AND
STRAINS, NORMAL
AND SHEAR STRESS,
MOHR'S
CIRCLE OF STRESS AND STRAIN, STRAIN ROSETTE'S.
7HOURS
FLEXURAL LOADING THEORY OF PURE BENDING, FLEXURAL FORMULA, SHEAR
FORCE AND BENDING MOMENTS DIAGRAMS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF LOADING
MODULE-II
AND
SUPPORT
CONDITIONS
ON
BEAMS.
TRANSVERSE
I, BOX
DISTRIBUTION IN CIRCULAR, HOLLOW CIRCULAR,
SHEAR
AND
T,
STRESS
7 HOURS
ANGLE
SECTIONS.
MODULE-VI
DEFLECTION OF BEAMS- I: STRAIN CURVATURE AND MOMENT CURVATURE
RELATION, SOLUTION OF BEAM DEFLECTION., PROBLEMS BY DIRECT
INTEGRATION METHOD, AREA MOMENT METHOD
COLUMNS: EULER? S FORMULA FOR DIFFERENT END CONDITIONS, CONCEPT OF
EQUIVALENT LENGTH, ECCENTRIC LOADING, RANKINE FORMULA.
ENERGY METHODS STRAIN ENERGY FOR UNI-AXIAL STRESS, PURE BENDING,
SHEARING STRESSES, USE OF ENERGY THEOREMS TO DETERMINE DEFLECTION
AND TWIST OF BEAMS, CASTIGLIANO? S THEOREMS, MAXWELL BETTE
RECIPROCAL THEOREM .
THICK CYLINDER: LAME? S EQUATION, LONGITUDINAL AND SHEAR STRESS,
STRESSES DUE TO SHRUNK FIT.
MODULE-VII
STRESSES IN DISCS OF ROTATION.
MODULE-III
MODULE-IV
MODULE-V
TOTAL
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. S.S.RATTAN, STRENGTH OF MATERIALS, TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLICATIONS.
2. RAMAMRUTHAM, S, "STRENGTH OF MATREIALS", DHANPAT RAI & SONS, 1991
3. POPOV, E.P., "MECHANICS OF M ATERIALS", PRENTICE HALL INC., 1984
4. ANDREW, P. AND SINGER, F.L., "STRENGTH OF MATERIALS", HAPPER & ROW PUBLISHERS
5. ELEMENTS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS BY TIMOSHENKO
7 HOURS
6 HOURS
5 HOURS
4 HOURS
4 HOURS
40 HOURS
ME 131303
MODULE-I
MODULE-II
MODULE-III
MODULE-IV
MODULE-V
MODULE-VI
MODULE-VII
BASIC THERMODYNAMICS
SYSTEM AND CONTINUUM: INTENSIVE AND EXTENSIVE PROPERTIES ?
THERMODYNAMIC STATE, PRESSURE, ENERGY, WORK AND HEAT ? PROCESS
AND CYCLE ? MACROSCOPIC AND MICROSCOPIC POINTS OF VIEW ? KINETIC
THEORY OF GASES.
LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS: ZEROTH LAW ? CONCEPT OF EQUILIBRIUM ?
PRINCIPLES OF THERMOMETRY ? FIXED POINTS.
FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS AND ITS APPLICATION TO OPEN AND
CLOSED SYSTEMS ? CONCEPT OF INTERNAL ENERGY ? STEADY FLOW
ENERGY EQUATION ? PROCESSES OF CLOSED SYSTEMS.
SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS ? VARIOUS STATEMENTS ? CARNOT
CYCLE ? REVERSIBLE AND IRREVERSIBLE PROCESSES ? THERMODYNAMIC
EFFICIENCY AND TEMPERATURE SCALES ?
CONCEPT OF ENTROPY ?
ENTROPY CHANGES IN VARIOUS PROCESSES
PROPERTIES OF STEAM: LATENT HEAT ? SATURATION PRESSURE AND
TEMPERATURE ? DRYNESS FRACTION ? DEGREE OF SUPERHEAT ? TOTAL
HEAT; RANKINE CYCLE.
AIR STANDARD CYCLES: OTTO, DIESEL ? PRINCIPLES OF WORKING AND
DESCRIPTION OF TWO AND FOUR STROKE SI AND CI ENGINES ? DUAL FUEL
CYCLE, AIR STANDARD EFFICIENCY, MEAN EFFECTIVE PRESSURE AND
POWER- REPRESENTATIONS OF PROCESSES ON T-S AND P- V DIAGRAMS.
FUELS AND COMBUSTIONS: CLASSIFICATION OF FUELS; HCV, LCV, BOMB
CALORIMETER, BOY? S GAS CALORIMETER; COMBUSTION OF FUELS;
MINIMUM AIR REQUIRED (BY WEIGHT AND BY VOLUME); CONVERSION OF
VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS INTO WEIGHT ANALYSIS AND VICE VERSA; EXCESS
AIR AND ORSAT? S APPARATUS.
TOTAL
L=3
T=2
C=4
6 HOURS
3 HOURS
6 HOURS
6 HOURS
6 HOURS
6 HOURS
7 HOURS
40 HOURS
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS BY P K NAG, TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLICATION
2. FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMODYNAMICS BY CENGEL AND BOLES, TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLICATION
3. ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS BY P. CHATTOPADHYAY, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
ME 131304
MODULE-I
MODULE-II
MECHANISM AND MACHINES I
MECHANISMS :
BASIC KINEMATIC CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS, LINK, KINEMATIC PAIR,
CLASSIFICATION OF KINEMATIC PAIRS, DEGREES OF FREEDOM, KINEMATIC
CHAIN, MECHANISM, INVERSION OF MECHANISM, BINARY, TERNARY AND
QUATERNARY JOINTS, DEGREES OF FREEDOM FOR PLANE MECHANISM,
GRASHOF? S LAW, GRUEBLER? S CRITERION, FOUR BAR CHAINS AND THEIR
INVERSIONS, SLIDER CRANK CHAIN, DOUBLE SLIDER CRANK CHAIN AND THEIR
INVERSION.
KINEMATIC ANALYSIS : DETERMINATION OF VELOCITY USING GRAPHICAL AND
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES, INSTANTANEOUS CENTRE METHOD, RELATIVE
VELOCITY METHOD, KENNEDY THEOREM, VELOCITY IN FOUR BAR MECHANISM,
SLIDER CRANK MECHANISM, RUBBING VELOCITY AT A PIN-JOINT.
ACCELERATION DIAGRAM FOR A SLIDER - CRANK MECHANISM, CORIOLI? S
COMPONENT OF ACCELERATION AND ITS APPLICATION, VELOCITY AND
ACCELERATION OF PISTON BY ANALYTICAL METHOD.
L=3
T=2
C=4
5 HOURS
10 HOURS
6 HOURS
INERTIA
MODULE-III
MODULE- IV
MODULE-V
MODULE-VI
FORCES IN RECIPROCATING PARTS: PISTON EFFORT , FORCE ACTING
ALONG THE CONNECTING ROD, CRANK EFFORT, TURNING MOMENT ON
CRANKSHAFT. TURNING MOMENT DIAGRAMS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF ENGINES,
FLUCTUATION OF ENERGY AND FLUCTUATION OF SPEED.
FRICTION: FRICTION OF A SCREW AND NUT, SQUARE THREADED SCREW, VTHREADED SCREW, PIVOT AND COLLAR FRICTION, FRICTION CIRCLE, FRICTION
AXIS, FRICTION CLUTCHES, TRANSMISSION OF POWER BY SINGLE PLATE, MULTIPLATE AND CONE CLUTCHES.
BRAKES & DYNAMOMETERS :
CLASSIFICATION OF BRAKES, ANALYSIS OF SIMPLE BLOCK, BAND AND
INTERNAL EXPANDING SHOE BRAKE, BRAKING OF A VEHICLE. ABSORPTION AND
TRANSMISSION DYNAMOMETERS, PRONY BRAKE, ROPE BRAKE, BAND BRAKE
DYNAMOMETER,
BELT
TRANSMISSION
DYNAMOMETER,
TORSION
DYNAMOMETER.
DRIVES: GEAR TRAINS: SIMPLE TRAIN, COMPOUND TRAIN, REVERTED TRAIN,
EPICYCLIC TRAIN AND THEIR APPLICATIONS. BELT DRIVES, LENGTH OF OPEN &
CROSS BELT, INITIAL TENSION, EFFECT OF CENTRIFUGAL TENSION ON POWER
TRANSMISSION, MAXIMUM POWER TRANSMISSION CAPACITY, BELT CREEP AND
SLIP, CROWNING OF PULLEY.
TOTAL
6 HOURS
6 HOURS
7 HOURS
40 HOURS
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. THEORY OF MACHINES BY THOMAS BEVAN, CBS PUBLICATIONS
2. THEORY OF MACHINES BY S.S.RATTAN, TATA MCGRAW HILL.
3. THEORY OF MACHINES BY V.P.SINGH.
4. THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES BY GHOSH & A.K.MALLIK, EAST WEST PUBLICATION.
ME131305
MODULE-I
MODULE-II
MODULE-III
MODULE- IV
PRIMARY MANUFACTURING
TYPES OF PATTERNS, PATTERN MATERIALS AND PATTERN ALLOWANCES. (B)
MOULDING MATERIALS - SAND MOULDING, METAL MOULDING, INVESTMENT
MOULDING, SHELL MOLDING. (C) COMPOSITION OF MOULDING SAND, SILICA
SAND, ZIRCON SAND, BINDERS, ADDITIVES, BINDERS - CLAY, BINDERS FOR CO2
SAND, BINDER FOR SHELL MOULDING, BINDERS FOR CORE SAND. (D) PROPERTIES
OF MOULDING SAND AND SAND TESTING. (E) MELTING FURNACES - CUPOLA,
RESISTANCE FURNACE, INDUCTION AND ARC FURNACE. (F) SOLIDIFICATION OF
CASTINGS, DESIGN OF RISERS AND RUNNERS, FEEDING DISTANCE, CENTRE LINE
FREEZING RESISTANCE CHILLS AND CHAPLETS. (G) DEGASIFICATION AND
INOCULATION OF METALS. (H) CASTING METHODS LIKE CONTINUOUS CASTING,
CENTRIFUGAL CASTING, DISC CASTING. (I) CASTING DEFECTS.
WELDING AND CUTTING: INTRODUCTION TO GAS WELDING, CUTTING, ARC
WELDING AND EQUIPMENTS. TIG (GTAW) AND MIG (GMAW) WELDING,
RESISTANCE WELDING AND THERMIT WELDING. WELDABILITY.
MODERN
WELDING METHODS LIKE PLASMA ARC, LASER BEAM, ELECTRON BEAM,
ULTRASONIC, EXPLOSIVE AND FRICTION WELDING, EDGE PREPARATION IN BUTT
WELDING. BRAZING AND SOLDERING, WELDING DEFECTS. DESTRUCTIVE AND
NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF CASTINGS AND WELDING. BRIEF INTRODUCTION
TO POWDER METALLURGY PROCESSES.
PLASTIC DEFORMATION OF METALS: VARIABLES IN METAL FORMING AND THEIR
OPTIMIZATION. DEPENDENCE OF STRESS STRAIN DIAGRAM ON STRAIN RATE AND
TEMPERATURE. HOT AND COLD WORKING OF METALS, CLASSIFICATION OF
METAL FORMING PROCESSES. ROLLING: PRESSURE AND FORCES IN ROLLING,
TYPES OF ROLLING MILLS, ROLLING DEFECTS. FORGING: SMITH FORGING, DROP
AND PRESS FORGING, M/C FORGING, FORGING DEFECTS. EXTRUSIONS: DIRECT,
INDIRECT, IMPACT AND HYDROSTATIC EXTRUSION AND THEIR APPLICATIONS,
EXTRUSION OF TUBES. WIRE DRAWING METHODS AND VARIABLES IN WIREDRAWING, OPTIMUM DIE SHAPE FOR EXTRUSION AND DRAWING. BRIEF
INTRODUCTION TO SHEET METAL WORKING: BENDING, FORMING AND DEEP
DRAWING, SHEARING. BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO EXPLOSIVE FORMING, COATING
AND DEPOSITION METHODS.
MACHINING OF TYPICAL PRODUCTS INVOLVING LATHE, MILLING/ SHAPING
OPERATIONS AND FINISHING PROCESSES; MACHINING OF GEARS.
TOTAL
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY - BY P.N.RAO, TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLICATION.
2. WELDING TECHNOLOGY BY R.A. LITTLE, TMH
3. MANUFACTURING SCIENCE BY A.GHOSH AND A K MALICK, EWP
L=2
T=2
C=3
10 HOURS
12 HOURS
14 HOURS
4 HOURS
40HOURS
HS131306
MODULE-I
MODULE-II
MODULE-III
SOCIOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY IN THE INDUSTRIAL PERSPECTIVE: CONCEPT OF SOCIOLOGY/
SOCIOLOGY AS A SCIENCE?/ SOCIOLOGY OF WORK AND INDUSTRY/
PERSPECTIVES FOR SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF WORK/ CLASS CONFLICT IN
INDUSTRY/ SOCIAL IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION
WORK AND SOCIAL CHANGE: NATURE OF MODERN SOCIETIES/ EMERGENCE OF
INDUSTRIAL CAPITALISM/ TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL CHANGE/ THE
INFORMATION SOCIETY AFTER THE INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY/ POSTMODERNITY/
GLOBALIZATION AND CONVERGENCE/ SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SERVICE SECTOR
TODAY/ WORK RESTRUCTURING AND CORPORATE MANAGEMENT
WORK E XPERIENCES IN INDUSTRY: THE CONCEPT OF ALIENATION/ WORK
SATISFACTION/ TECHNOLOGY AND WORK EXPERIENCE/ SOCIAL BACKGROUND
OF WORKERS/ WORK ORIENTATIONS/ STRESS AND ANXIETY OF THE WORKER/
WORK AND LEISURE/ UNEMPLOYMENT/ CONFLICTS IN THE WORKPLACE
TOTAL
L=2
T=0
C=2
12 HOURS
12 HOURS
12 HOURS
36 HOURS
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. MILLER AND FORM, INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY (LONDON: HARPER & ROW, 1968)
2. N. R. SHETH, SOCIAL FRAMEWORK OF INDIAN FACTORY (BOMBAY: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1968)
3. GISBERT, FUNDAMENTALS OF INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY (NEW DELHI: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1971)
4. P. GISBERT, FUNDAMENTALS OF INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY (NEW DELHI: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS,
1971)
5. TONY J. WATSON, SOCIOLOGY, WORK AND INDUSTRY (NEW YORK: ROUTLEDGE, 2004 REPRINT)
ME131312
L-T-P: 0-0-2,
CREDIT: 1
MECHANICS OF MATERIAL LAB
1.
2.
3.
4.
ME131315
TO OBTAIN STRESS-STRAIN CURVE FOR DUCTILE MATERIAL
USING UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE (UTM).
TO OBTAIN STRESS-STRAIN CURVE FOR BRITTLE MATERIAL
USING UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE (UTM).
TO PERFORM COMPRESSION TEST USING UTM.
TO DETERMINE THE SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT
DIAGRAM FOR A SIMPLY SUPPORTED BEAM.
L-T-P: 0-0-2,
CREDIT: 1
PRIMARY MANUFACTURING LAB
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
WELDING:
DEMO ON
ALL
HORIZONTAL, OVE
WELDING
POSITIONS
(VERTICAL,
333@
RHEAD, DOWN HEAD).
DISCUSSION ON TIG AND MIG.
GAS WELDING: OXY-ACETYLENE GAS WELDING.
BRAZING & SOLDERING.
MACHINING:
DOVE TAIL CUTTING AND FITTING AND V-GROOVE
CUTTING.
SHAPING MACHINE (QUICK RETURN MECHANISM):
DEMO
MILLING AND SURFACE GRINDING (DEMO)
TURNING:
DRILLING, THREADING, KNURLING.
LATHE (CENTER LATHE, ALL GEAR LATHE,
CONVENTIONAL LATHE): DEMO
ME131317
MACHINE DRAWING
UNIT
PART 1
CONTENT
HOURS
PRINCIPLES
I
II
III
L=0
T=0
P=4
C=2
OF GRAPHICS: REVIEW OF SCALES, LINES, DIMENSIONING,
CONVENTIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS
ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS: 1ST ANGLE
CONVERSION OF PICTORIAL VIEWS INTO
MACHINE ELEMENTS. SECTIONAL VIEWS
BIS
RD
AND 3 ANGLE PROJECTION SYSTEMS.
ORTHOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF STANDARD
ISOMETRIC PROJECTION: ISOMETRIC AXES AND
OF PYRAMID, CYLINDER, CONE AND SPHERE.
4
10
SCALES, ISOMETRIC PROJECTION
4
PART 2
PROFILE
I
II
OF VARIOUS THREADS, REPRESENTATION OF VARIOUS THREADS,
DIFFERENT TYPES OF NUTS AND BOLTS; RIVETED JOINTS: LAP AND BUTT JOINTS;
DIFFERENT TYPES OF KEYS, COTTER JOINT KNUCKLE JOINT, FLANGE COUPLING,
UNIVERSAL COUPLING; PIPE JOINT : FLANGED JOINT & HYDRAULIC JOINT .
ASSEMBLY DRAWING: ENGINE PARTS-STUFFING BOX, ECCENTRIC, CROSS HEAD,
VALVES- STOP VALVE, FEED-CHECK VALVE, BEARINGS-PEDESTAL BEARING.
8
14
40
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. MACHINE DRAWING BY BASUDEB BHATTARCHARYYA, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
2. MACHINE DRAWING BY N.D. BHATT & PANCHAL, CHAROTAR PUBLSIHING HOUSE
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING,
FOURTH SEMESTER, B TECH
Semester IV
HOURS PER WEEK
SL .
NO.
SUB-CODE
CREDIT
S
SUBJECT
L
T
P
C
THEORY
1
MA131401
NUMERICAL METHODS AND
COMPUTATION
3
2
0
4
2
EE131402
ELECTRO TECHNOLOGY
3
0
0
3
3
ME131403 APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
3
2
0
4
4
ME131404
MECHANISM AND MACHINES
II
3
0
0
3
5
ME131405 FLUID MECHANICS I
3
0
0
3
6
HS131406
ECONOMICS & ACCOUNTANCY
4
0
0
4
PRACTICAL
7
ME131411
NUMERICAL METHODS AND
COMPUTATION LAB
0
0
2
1
8
EE131412
ELECTRO TECHNOLOGY LAB
0
0
2
1
9
ME131414
MECHANISM
II LAB
0
0
2
1
10
ME131415 FLUID MECHANICS I LAB
0
0
2
1
19
4
8
25
AND MACHINES
TOTAL
WORKING HOURS = 31
TOTAL CREDITS
= 25
Course Title:
Course Code:
L-T-P:C:
Numerical Methods and Computation
MA131401
3-2-0 : 4
Abstract:
This course is introduced in degree program to identify and classify numerical problems and also
can give an idea about the use of different numerical problems. Different numerical methods are
included here so that one can model (mathematical modelling) practical problems and can solve
using a definite method by seeing mathematical model.
Prerequisites: Mathematics III (MA131301)
Course Outcomes:
 Can identify and classify the numerical problem to be solved.
 Can choose the most appropriate numerical method for its solution based on
characteristics of the problem.
 Know about different types of equation and to use an appropriate numerical method to
solve these equations and to know about convergence and divergence of root.
 Understand the characteristics of the method to correctly interpret the results.
 Know about the sources of error in computation, particularly to be able to identify when
catastrophic cancellation may occur in a given computation.
Unit
Topic
No of
Marks
hours
4
11
1
Approximation
in
numerical
computation:
Truncation and rounding errors, fixed and floating point
arithmetic, Propagation of errors.
2
Interpolation: Newton forward/backward interpolation,
Lagrange?s and Newton?s divided difference
Interpolation
5
14
3
Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal rule, Simpson?s
1/3 rule, Expression for corresponding error terms.
5
14
4
Numerical solution of a system of linear equations:
Gauss elimination method, matrix inversion, LU
factorization method, Gauss-Seidel iterative method.
9
25
5
Numerical solution of Algebraic equation: Bisection
method, Regula-Falsi method, Newton-Raphson
method.
9
25
6
Numerical solution of Ordinary differential
equation: Euler?s method, Runge -Kutta methods,
Predictor-Corrector methods and Finite Difference
method, Finite Volume method.
4
11
Reference books:
1. Numerical Algorithms. E. V. Krishnamurthy, S. K. Sen. Affilated East-West Press
2. Computer Programming & Numerical Analysis by N Dutta, University Press.
3. Numerical Methods. E. Balagurusamy, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (1999)
4. Numerical & Statistical Methods With Programming in c by Sujatha Sinha
5. Numerical Methods In Eng. & Science, Dr. B. S. Grewal, khpub publication
6. Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computation by R. K. Iyengar, New Age
International
7. Numerical Mathematical Analysis by J. B. Scarborough, Oxford
EE131402
MODULE-I
MODULE-II
MODULE-III
MODULE-IV
ELECTRO TECHNOLOGY
DC MACHINES:· EMF GENERATED IN THE ARMATURE. METHODS OF
EXCITATION, ARMATURE REACTION & ITS EFFECT IN THE PERFORMANCE,
METHODS OF DECREASING THE EFFECTS OF ARMATURE REACTION, EFFECT
OF BRUSH SHIFT. COMMUTATION PROCESS. OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS
OF DC GENERATORS: SEPARATELY EXCITED GENERATORS, SHUNT
GENERATORS, SERIES GENERATORS AND COMPOUND GENERATORS.
TORQUE EQUATION OF D.C MOTOR, OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF
SHUNT, SERIES & COMPOUND MOTORS. LOSSES AND EFFICIENCY OF DC
MACHINES, HOPKINSON? S AND SWINBURNE? S TEST
D.C MACHINE
APPLICATION: GENERATOR APPLICATION, MOTOR APPLICATION.
3-PHASE INDUCTION MACHINE: INDUCTION MOTOR AS A TRANSFORMER,
FLUX AND MMF PHASORS IN INDUCTION MOTORS, EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT,
PERFORMANCE EQUATIONS, INDUCTION MOTOR PHASOR DIAGRAM TOQUESLIP CHARACTERISTIC, POWER SLIP CHARACTERISTIC. SPEED CONTROL OF
INDUCTION MOTOR POLARITY TEST, APPLICATION OF POLYPHASE
INDUCTION MOTOR.
SYNCHRONOUS M ACHINES: CONSTRUCTION, TYPES, EXCITATION SYSTEM,
GENERATOR & MOTOR MODES ARMATURE REACTION, THEORY OF SALIENT
POLE MACHINE, TWO REACTION THEORY, VOLTAGE REGULATION.
PARALLEL OPERATION OF ALTERNATORS, SYNCHRONOUS MACHINE
CONNECTED TO INFINITE BUS, EFFECT OF CHANGE OF EXCITATION AND
SPEED OF PRIME MOVER. STARTING OF SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR, V-CURVE,
DAMPER WINDING, HUNTING.
FRACTIONAL KILOWATT MOTORS: SINGLE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR:
CONSTRUCTION, DOUBLE REVOLVING FIELD THEORY. STARTING METHODS,
SPEED - TORQUE CHARACTERISTICS, PHASOR DIAGRAM , APPLICATION.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF AC SERVO MOTORS, STEPPER MOTORS,
TECHO GENERATORS, BRUSH LESS DC MOTORS.
TOTAL
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. ELECTRICAL M ACHINERY BY P.S. BHIMRA,,KHANNA PUBLISHERS.
L=3
T=0
C=3
12 HOURS
8 HOURS
12 HOURS
8 HOURS
40 HOURS
2.
3.
ELECTRIC MACHINES BY D.P. KOTHARI & I.J NAGRATH, TATA MCGRAW-HILL
ELECTRICAL M ACHINES, BY P.K. MUKHERJEE & S. CHAKRABARTY, DHANPATRAI PUBLICATION
ME131403
MODULE-I
MODULE-II
MODULE-III
MODULE-IV
MODULE-V
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
BOILERS: CLASSIFICATION OF BOILERS, MOUNTINGS, ACCESSORIES,
EVAPORATION CAPACITY, EQUIVALENT EVAPORATION, BOILER EFFICIENCY,
SELECTION OF A BOILER, HEAT BALANCE SHEET.
STEAM NOZZLES:
FLOW OF STEAM THROUGH NOZZLES, SHAPE OF
NOZZLES,
EFFECT
OF
FRICTION,
CRITICAL
PRESSURE
RATIO,
SUPERSATURATED FLOW, M ASS FLOW RATE & MAXIMUM MASS FLOW RATE
THROUGH NOZZLE, NOZZLE EFFICIENCY.
AIR COMPRESSOR:
RECIPROCATING COMPRESSOR - MULTISTAGE
OPERATION, EFFECT OF CLEARANCE, VOLUMETRIC EFFICIENCY, ROTARY
COMPRESSORS, VANE TYPE, ROOTS BLOWER, SCREW COMPRESSORS,
CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS, COMPRESSION RATIO, METHODS FOR
IMPROVING THERMAL EFFICIENCY, COMPRESSOR WORK AND POWER,
INTERCOOLER AND AFTERCOOLER, AXIAL FLOW COMPRESSORS, CHARGING
AND CHOKING OF COMPRESSORS.
GAS POWER CYCLES: BRAYTON CYCLE- OPEN AND CLOSED, IDEAL AND
ACTUAL CYCLES, ISENTROPIC EFFICIENCY, POWER OUTPUT, METHODS TO
IMPROVE THERMAL EFFICIENCY.
VAPOUR POWER AND COMBINED CYCLES: RANKINE CYCLE, REHEATING
AND REGENERATION CYCLES, BINARY VAPOUR CYCLES.
TOTAL
L=3
T=2
C=4
6 HOURS
9 HOURS
9 HOURS
8 HOURS
8 HOURS
40 HOURS
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. THERMAL ENGINEERING BY SARKAR, B.K, TATA MCGRAW HILL
2. ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS BY NAG P.K, TATA MCGRAW HILL
3. APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGISTS BY T. D. EASTOP, PEARSON
4. THERMODYNAMICS BY HOLMAN, J.P,, MCGRAW HILL BOOK COMPANY
ME131404
MODULE-I
MODULE-II
MODULE-III
MODULE-IV
MODULE-V
MECHANISM AND MACHINE II
GOVERNORS: USE AND CLASSIFICATION; STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF WATT,
PORTER, PROELL, HARTUNG, HARTNELL, AND WILSON-HARTNELL
GOVERNORS; SENSITIVENESS, STABILITY, ISOCHRONISM , HUNTING, EFFORT
AND POWER OF GOVERNORS; CONTROLLING FORCE DIAGRAM AND
STABILITY CRITERIA ANALYSIS; COEFFICIENT OF INSENSITIVENESS.
BALANCING: STATIC BALANCING; DYNAMIC BALANCING OF ROTATING
MASSES - GRAPHICAL AND ANALYTICAL METHODS; B ALANCING OF INLINE
SINGLE CYLINDER AND FOUR CYLINDER ENGINE; BALANCING OF
SYMMETRIC TWO CYLINDER V- ENGINE; SWAYING COUPLE ; HAMMER BLOW,
TRACTIVE FORCE.
GYROSCOPE: GYROSCOPIC COUPLE AND PRECESSIONAL MOTION; EFFECT
OF GYROSCOPIC COUPLE ON AEROPLANE AND SHIP; STABILITY OF TWO
WHEEL AND FOUR WHEEL VEHICLES TAKING TURN.
VIBRATION: DEFINITION & TYPES OF VIBRATION; DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONS OF VIBRATORY MOTIONS (LONGITUDINAL & TORSIONAL);
NATURAL FREQUENCY OF FREE LONGITUDINAL VIBRATION-EQUILIBRIUM
METHOD, ENERGY METHOD (RAYLEIGH? S MAXIMUM ENERGY PRINCIPLE);
EFFECT OF INERTIA IN LONGITUDINAL VIBRATION; NATURAL FREQUENCY
OF FREE TRANSVERSE VIBRATION OF A BEAM DUE TO POINT LOADS RAYLEIGH? S METHOD. WHIRLING OF SHAFT, SYNCHRONOUS WHIRLING;
CRITICAL SPEED - DUNKERLEY? S METHOD.
FREE DAMPED VIBRATION; DAMPING FACTOR; LOGARITHMIC DECREMENT.
FORCED VIBRATION, CONCEPT OF UNDER DAMPED, CRITICALLY DAMPED
AND OVER DAMPED SYSTEM; DYNAMIC MAGNIFIER (MAGNIFICATION
FACTOR); VIBRATION ISOLATION AND TRANSMISSIBILITY.
TOTAL
L=3
T=0
C=3
8 HOURS
8 HOURS
8 HOURS
6 HOURS
10 HOURS
40 HOURS
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. S.S. RATTAN, THEORY OF MACHINES, TATA MCGRAW HILL
2. J.S. RAO, THE THEORY OF M ACHINES THROUGH SOLVED PROBLEMS, NEW AGE INT. PUB
3. W.T. THOMSON, THEORY OF VIBRATION WITH APPLICATIONS, MCGRAW HILL.
4. UICKER, PENNOCK&SHIGLEY, THEORY OF MACHINES AND MECHANISMS, OXFORD UNIVERSITY
PRESS.
5. GHOSH& A.K. MALLIK, THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES, AFFILIATED EAST-WEST
PUBLICATION.
6. RAO&DUKKIPATI, MECHANISM AND MACHINE THEORY, NEW AGE INT. PUB.
7. THEORY OF MACHINES BY V.P.SINGH.
ME131405
MODULE-I
MODULE-II
MODULE-III
MODULE-IV
MODULE-V
MODULE-VI
MODULE-VII
FLUID MECHANICS I
SIGNIFICANCE OF FLOW PROPERTIES, CLASSIFICATION OF FLUIDS BASED ON
VARIATION OF VISCOSITY, CONTINUUM , NO SLIP CONDITION OF VISCOUS
LIQUIDS.
FUNDAMENTAL EQUATION IN VECTORIAL FORM, PRESSURE AT A POINT,
CONSTANT DENSITY AND TEMPERATURE SOLUTION, UNIT AND SCALES OF
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT, PRESSURE MEASURING DEVICES , HYDROSTATIC
FORCE ON A HORIZONTAL PLANE, VERTICAL PLANE, INCLINED AND ROUGH
SURFACE, BUOYANCY STABILITY OF FLOATING AND SUBMERGED BODIES,
METACENTRE AND METACENTRIC HEIGHT.
KINEMATICS OF FLUID FLOW: FLUID FLOW AND CLASSIFICATIONS.
CONTINUITY EQUATION IN 1D & 3D. POTENTIAL FLOW &STREAM
FUNCTION; MATERIAL DERIVATIVE AND ACCELERATION , TYPES OF FLOW
LINES, STREAMLINE, PATH LINE, STREAK LINE, STREAM TUBE, STEADY AND
UNSTEADY FLOW, UNIFORM AND NON-UNIFORM FLOW, ROTATIONAL AND
IRROTATIONAL FLOWS, TRANSLATION, VORTICITY, STREAM FUNCTION,
VELOCITY POTENTIAL FUNCTION, FLOW NET.
UNIFORM FLOW, SOURCE AND SINK, VORTEX FLOW, FREE AND FORCED
VORTEX, DOUBLET, CONTINUITY EQUATION AND ITS ANALYSIS BASED ON
INTEGRAL FORM .
DYNAMICS OF FLUID: EQUATIONS OF MOTION; EULER? S EQUATION;
BERNOULLI? S EQUATION; APPLICATIONS OF BERNOULLI? S EQUATION,
CONCEPT OF STATIC AND STAGNATION PRESSURES, APPLICATION OF PITOT
TUBE IN FLOW MEASUREMENTS, PITOT STATIC TUBE, VENTURIMETER, LOSS
OF HEAD IN A VENTURIMETER, ORIFICEMETER AND ITS CLASSIFICATION, ,
HYDRAULIC CO-EFFICIENT OF AN ORIFICE, FACTORS AFFECTING THE
ORIFICE CO-EFFICIENTS.
MOMENTUM ANALYSIS
OF FLOW SYSTEMS; THE LINEAR MOMENTUM
EQUATION FOR STEADY FLOW, DIFFERENTIAL APPROACH.
FLOW THROUGH PIPES: DARCY ? WEISBACH EQUATION OF FRICTION LOSS;
HYDRAULIC GRADE LINE AND TOTAL ENERGY LINE.
BASIC PRINCIPLE FOR FLOW THROUGH ORIFICES, V-NOTCHES
(RECTANGULAR-V), WEIRS (RECTANGULAR). FLOW THROUGH OPEN
CHANNELS; USE OF CHEZY? S FORMULA.
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS & MODEL INVESTIGATION APPLIED TO FLOW
SYSTEMS ? B UCKINGHAM PI THEOREM. DIMENSIONLESS NUMBERS IN FLUID
FLOW.
TOTAL
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. FLUID MECHANICS AND M ACHINERY BY BANSAL, LAXMI PUB.
2. FLUID MECHANICS BY SOM & BISWAS, TATA MCGRAW HILL.
3. FLUID MECHANICS BY F.M. WHITE, TATA MCGRAW-HILL
4. FLUID MECHANICS BY STREETER, TATA MCGRAW HILL
L=3
T=0
C=3
8 HOURS
6 HOURS
6 HOURS
5 HOURS
6 HOURS
5HOURS
4 HOURS
40 HOURS
5.
6.
FLUID MECHANICS BY A.K. MOHANTY. PHI
FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES BY SUKUMAR PATI.
7.
MECHANICS OF FLUID BY MASSEY, TAYLOR & FRANCIS
8.
9.
FLUID MECHANICS BY POTTER &WIGGERT, CENGAGE LEARNING
FLUID MECHANICS AND TURBO MACHINES, M.M. DAS, PHI
10. FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULICS BY K. SUBRAMANYA, TATA MCGRAW HILL
HS131406
COURSE TITLE:
COURSE CODE:
L-T-:C:
ABSTRACT: THIS
L=4
T=0
C=4
ECONOMICS & ACCOUNTANCY
ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTANCY
HS131406
4-0-=4
COURSE INTRODUCES STUDENTS TO FUNDAMENTAL ECONOMIC CONCEPTS AND
THEORY, INCLUDING DEMAND, SUPPLY, AND THE FORMATION OF EQUILIBRIUM PRICES IN PRODUCT
AND RESOURCE MARKETS. IN ADDITION, THE COURSE AIMS TO ENABLE STUDENTS TO DEVELOP A
HOLISTIC UNDERSTANDING OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS AND, IN PARTICULAR, ALL FUNCTIONAL AREAS
OF ACCOUNTING, TAXATION, AUDITING AND BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT.
PREREQUISITES: FUNDAMENTAL MATHEMATICS
COURSE OUTCOMES: THE STUDENTS WILL
 BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING OF THE FUNDAMENTAL ECONOMIC
CONCEPTS.
 BE CAPABLE OF CRITICALLY ANALYZE AND INTERPRET ECONOMIC DATA.
 BE ABLE TO APPLY ECONOMIC REASONING TO ANALYSIS OF CURRENT EVENTS
CASE READINGS.
 BE FAMILIARISED WITH THE USE ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS TERMINOLOGY,
UNDERSTAND THE NATURE AND PURPOSE OF BASIC ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES.
Unit
1
Topic
Introduction to Economics
i) Nature and Scope of Economics
ii) Concepts of micro and macro economics, economic good and
free good.
AND
AND
No of
hours
Marks
2
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Demand and Supply Analysis
i)Law of Demand and determinants of demand
ii) Categories and Types of Elasticity of Demand- price elasticity,
income elasticity, cross elasticity, iii)The determinants of
elasticity, Demand elasticity and Revenue
iv )Law of Supply and Elasticity of Supply
The Theory of Production and Cost
i) Iso-quant and Iso-cost line.
ii) Law of Return to Scale and Law of Variable Proportion
iii) Types of Cost ? total, average and marginal cost, fixed cost &
variable cost, long run and short run cost, private & social cost,
economist?s cost & accountant?s cost , opportunity cost .
Market
i) Features of perfect competition and monopoly.
ii)Price-Output determination under-- perfect competition, simple
problems of perfect competition
Concept s of Accountancy : Various concepts like
Journal, ledger and preparation of trial balance
Preparation of Final Account : Trading Account, Profit and Loss
account,
Balance Sheet
Depreciations : Depreciation Policy, Causes of Depreciation,
straight line method
Cash Book : Single, Double and Triple
Column
7
12
6
13
3
14
6
15
6
15
4
10
2
10
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS BY YOGESH MAHESWARY, PHI LEARNING
2. MANKIW GREGORY N.(2002), PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS, THOMPSON ASIA
3. MISRA, S.K. AND PURI (2009), INDIAN ECONOMY, HIMALAYA
4.ENGINEERING ECONOMICS BY DR. AFAJUDDIN AHMED, G BEGUM, CHANDRA PRAKASH
5.BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTANCY, K.R. DAS, LAWYER? S BOOKS STALL
Fourth Semester LAB/ME
ME131411
NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPUTATION LAB
L-T-P: 0-0-2,
CREDIT: 1
1. WRITE CODES FOR SOLVING ALGEBRAIC AND
TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONS USING BISECTION
METHOD.
2. WRITE CODES FOR SOLVING ALGEBRAIC AND
TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONS USING NEWTONRAPHSON METHOD.
3. WRITE CODES FOR SOLVING LINEAR
SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS USING GAUSS
ELIMINATION METHOD.
4. WRITE CODES FOR SOLVING LINEAR
SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS USING GAUSS-JORDAN
METHOD.
ELECTRO TECHNOLOGY LAB
1) OPEN CIRCUIT AND SHORT CIRCUIT
2)
3)
EE131412
4)
5)
6)
ME131414
CHARACTERISTICS OF A SINGLE PHASE DC
GENERATOR.
EFFICIENCY OF A SINGLE PHASE DC MOTOR.
EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT OF A SINGLE PHASE
INDUCTION MOTOR.
PARALLEL OPERATION OF AN ALTERNATOR.
V-CURVE OF A SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR.
SPEED TORQUE CHARACTERISTICS OF A SINGLE
PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR.
MECHANISM AND MACHINES II LAB
1. TO
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
DETERMINE THE SLEEVE LIFT FOR VARIOUS
SPEEDS OF A HARTNELL GOVERNOR.
TO DETERMINE STATIC & DYNAMIC BALANCING
OF ROTATING MASSES.
TO DETERMINE THE CORIOLLIS COMPONENT OF
ACCELERATION.
TO DETERMINE THE GYROSCOPIC COUPLE.
MECHANISMS (DEMO).
INVERSION OF FOUR BAR MECHANISM (DEMO).
GEAR DRIVE (DEMO).
BELT DRIVE (DEMO).
L-T-P: 0-0-2,
CREDIT: 1
L-T-P: 0-0-2,
CREDIT: 1
9. BRAKES & CLUTCHES (DEMO).
ME131415
FLUID MECHANICS I LAB
1. DETERMINATION OF METACENTRIC HEIGHT OF A
SHIP MODEL APPARATUS
2. VERIFICATION OF BERNOULLI'S THEOREM
APPARATUS
3. FREE VORTEX APPARATUS
4. FORCED VORTEX APPARATUS
5. MEASURING PIPE FRICTION APPARATUS
6. REYNOLD'S APPARATUS
7. MEASUREMENT OF FLOW OVER NOTCHES
APPARATUS (TRIANGULAR & RECTANGULAR)
8. DETERMINATION OF CC, CV & CD APPARATUS
(FOR ORIFICE, MOUTHPIECE & CONVERGENT
ORIFICE)
*****
L-T-P: 0-0-2,
CREDIT: 1

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