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SEMESTER 1 08O101 CALCULUS AND ITS APPLICATIONS 3204

BASIC CONCEPTS: Limits and Continuity, revision. MAXIMA AND MINIMA: Maxima and minima of two variables, Constrained maxima and minima- Lagrange multiplier method. (2) ( )

INTEGRAL CALCULUS: !valuation of multiple integrals, Change the order of integration, "ppli#ation of multiple integrals to find area and volume- "ppli#ations to engineering problems. \$eta and %amma &ntegrals, evaluation of definite integrals in terms of \$eta and %amma fun#tions. (') ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF FIRST ORDER: \$asi# #on#epts, %eometri#al meaning, (eparable differential e)uations . Modeling* (eparable e)uations. !xa#t differential e)uations, integrating fa#tors, linear differential e)uations, \$ernoulli e)uations, appli#ations to engineering problems. (') LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF SECOND AND HIGHER ORDER: +omogeneous linear e)uations of se#ond order and higher order e)uations with #onstant #oeffi#ients. !uler-Cau#hy e)uation, ,on-homogeneous e)uations, solution by variation parameter, appli#ations to engineering problems. (-.) VECTOR CALCULUS: /ifferentiation of ve#tors, gradient, /ivergen#e, Curl, /ire#tional derivatives. Line, surfa#e integrals(tatement of %reen0s ,%auss /ivergen#e and (to1e0s 2heorems- "ppli#ations to engineering problems. (-.) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. !rwin 3reys4ig, 5"dvan#ed !ngineering Mathemati#s6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, 2.. . 2. %eorge \$ 2homas 7 9 and 9oss L :inney,6Cal#ulus and "nalyti#al %eometry6, "ddison 8esley, 2.. . REFERENCES: -. 9iely 3 :, +obson M ; and \$en#e ( 7, 5Mathemati#al Methods for ;hysi#s and !ngineering6, Cambridge <niversity ;ress, 2..2. 2. 9ay 8ylie and Louis C \$arrett, 5"dvan#ed !ngineering Mathemati#s6, M#%raw +ill &n#., 2..=.

08M102 APPLIED PHYSICS 3003

ULTRASONICS: &ntrodu#tion. ;rodu#tion > magnetostri#tion effe#t, magnetostri#tion generator, inverse pie4oele#tri# effe#t, pie4oele#tri# generator. <ltrasoni#s dete#tion, ;roperties, Cavitation. &ndustrial appli#ations > drilling, welding, soldering and #leaning. ,on /estru#tive 2esting > pulse e#ho system, through transmission, resonan#e system. Medi#al appli#ation. (?) LASER TECHNOLOGY: &ntrodu#tion. ;rin#iple - spontaneous emission, stimulated emission, ;opulation inversion. ;umping me#hanisms. 2ypes of lasers - +e-,e, C@2, ,d*A"%, !x#imer, /ye lasers, (emi#ondu#tor laser. "ppli#ations - (pe#tros#opi# analysis of materials, lasers in mi#roele#troni#s, drilling, welding, heat treatment, #utting, holography, defen#e and ranging. (?) FIBER OPTICS AND SENSORS: ;rin#iple. Modes of propagation. :abri#ation te#hni)ues > rod and tube method, #ru#ible#ru#ible te#hni)ue. Classifi#ation based on materials, refra#tive index profile, modes. (pli#ing. Losses in opti#al fiber. Light sour#es for fiber opti#s. /ete#tors. :iber opti#al #ommuni#ation lin1s. :iber opti# sensors - temperature, displa#ement, voltage and magneti# field measurement. (') QUANTUM PHYSICS AND MICROSCOPY: /evelopment of )uantum theory. /ual nature of matter and radiation - de \$roglie wave length. <n#ertainty prin#iple. (#hroedinger0s e)uation-2ime dependent, 2ime independent. ;arti#le in a box. Limitations of opti#al mi#ros#opy. !le#tron mi#ros#ope. (#anning ele#tron mi#ros#ope, 2ransmission ele#tron mi#ros#ope, (#anning 2ransmission !le#tron Mi#ros#ope, appli#ations. (') VACUUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: &ntrodu#tion. Con#epts of va#uum- 2hroughput, ;umping speed, !ffe#tive pumping speed and Condu#tan#e. 2ypes of pumps, wor1ing prin#iple and #onstru#tion of rotary pump, diffusion pump, turbo mole#ular pump. @peration of pressure gauges - pressure range, measurement of va#uum using ;irani and ;enning gauges, merits and limitations. 8or1ing of a va#uum system. "ppli#ations and s#ope. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. "vadhanulu M , and 3shir (agar ; %, 5" 2ext \$oo1 of !ngineering ;hysi#s6, ( Chand and Company Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..B. 2. 9ao C C, %hosh 2 \$ and Chopra 3 L, 5Ca#uum (#ien#e and 2e#hnology6, "llied ;ublishers Limited, ,ew /elhi, -??'.

REFERENCES: -. 7aya1umar (, 5!ngineering ;hysi#s6, 9 3 ;ublishers, Coimbatore, 2..B. 2. 3annan M / and \$alusamy C, 5!ngineering ;hysi#s6, Ci1as ;ublishing +ouse, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. =. ;alanisamy ; 3, 5!ngineering ;hysi#s6, (#ite#h ;ubli#ations, Chennai, 2..2. . "geov ,, Duev " & and 3o1ora ", 5Laser and !le#tron \$eam Materials ;ro#essing6, Mir ;ubli#ations, Mos#ow, -??'.

08M103 APPLIED CHEMISTRY I 3003

REACTION #INETICS: &ntegrated rate Laws, elementary rea#tions, experimental methods for determining rea#tion rates, temperature dependen#e of rea#tion rates, theories of rea#tion rates, 1ineti#s of #omplex rea#tions. Chain rea#tions, me#hanism of #ombustion pro#ess, 1ineti#s of #ombustion of hydrogen and hydro#arbons, flame travel. (-.) \$ATER: +ardness > determination (!/2" method). (oftening > 4eolite and deminerali4ation pro#esses. \$oiler troubles and remedies > removal of oils and sili#a, internal #onditioning. 2reatment of water for muni#ipal supply> brea1 point #hlorination, desalination by ele#tro-dialysis and reverse osmosis. 8ater )uality standards and parameters. \$@/ and C@/- definitions, determination and signifi#an#e. (-.) POLYMER AND PLASTICS: Classifi#ation, Mole#ular weight of polymer. :un#tionality of monomers, ;olymeri4ation rea#tions > #hain, #ondensation, #opolymeri4ation and #o-ordination polymeri4ations, ;lasti#s > advantages and disadvantages. 2hermo plasti#s and thermoset plasti#s, #ompounding of plasti#s, polymer pro#essing by inEe#tion, extrusion and blow moulding te#hni)ues. syntheti# rubbers > appli#ations. ;olymer #omposites, polymer alloys. Criteria for sele#tion of polymers for different engineering appli#ations. (-.) PRINCIPLES OF ELECTROCHEMISTRY: @rigin of ele#trode potential > types of ele#trodes, standard hydrogen ele#trode, referen#e ele#trodes -#alomel and silverFsilver #hloride, ion sele#tive ele#trodes. emf series > measurement of emf. :ree energy and emf, ,ernst e)uation. irreversible pro#esses > 1ineti# treatment - overpotential, a#tivation, #on#entration and &9 overpotential > pra#ti#al signifi#an#e. (') CHEMISTRY OF ADVANCED MATERIALS: @rgani# ele#troni# material, solid oxide materials, shape memory alloys, nanomaterials, fullerenes, #erami#s- #emented #arbides. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. "t1ins ;, 52he !lements of ;hysi#al Chemistry6, @xford <niversity ;ress, ,ew /elhi, 2..-. 2. 7ain ; C and Moni#a 7ain, 5!ngineering Chemistry6, /hanpat 9ai ;ublishing Company ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..2. =. %opalan 9, Cen1appayya / and ,agaraEan (,6!ngineering Chemistry6, Ci1as ;ublishing +ouse ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -???. REFERENCE: -. 3umaravel M, 3aniappan 3, Murugavel ( C and (enthil1umaar (, 5!ngineering Chemistry6, 9. 3. ;ublishers, Coimbatore, 2..=.

08O104 COMMUNICATION S#ILLS IN ENGLISH 3024

READING: 9eading ;ra#ti#e on a variety of subEe#ts to develop 9eading s1ills su#h as identifying main ideas and using #ontexts for vo#abulary.(%eneral and semi-te#hni#al arti#les from ,ewspapers and (#ien#e Maga4ines) (G) \$RITING: :undamental ;rin#iples of #lear writing > (tyle and tone in formal writing with !xer#ises. (G)

MECHANICS OF \$RITING: %rammar in #ontext- fo#us areas > 2enses, ;repositions, Modals, "dEe#tives, 2ransformation of senten#es. (B) TECHNICAL \$RITING: /efinition, /es#ription, &nstru#tions, and 8riting 2e#hni#al ;apers. TRANSCODING: &nterpreting %raphi#s and 8riting #oherent paragraphs. 8riting for fo#us. MIND MAP: @rganisation of Coherent ;aragraphs and !ssays Clo4e test to improve vo#abulary, syntax and reading s1ills Letter 8riting and (hort reports PRACTICALS: SPEA#ING: ;ra#ti#e in (pee#h Ma1ing ;ro#ess >2o develop Communi#ative "bility > 2e#hni)ues for spea1ing fluently, using body language, developing fluen#y and #onfiden#e. (hort (pee#hes (G) ( ) (2) (2) ( ) (=)

%roup /is#ussions and 9ole-plays Listening "#tivities TEXT BOO#S: -. 2ea#hing Material prepared by the :a#ulty, /epartment of !nglish 2. (an1aranarayanan C, (uresh1umar ( and ;alanisamy, 52e#hni#al !nglish for !ngineering (tudents6, ;+&, 2..'. REFERENCES: -. 9odney +uddleston and %eoffrey 3 ;ullam, " (tudentHs &ntrodu#tion to !nglish %rammar, Cambridge <niversity ;ress, <3, 2..G. 2. \$ert /e#1er, 52he "rt of Communi#ating6, /e#1er Communi#ations, &n#., <(", 2.. . =. Meena1shi 9aman and (angeeta (harma, 52e#hni#al Communi#ation* ;rin#iples and ;ra#ti#e6, @xford <niversity ;ress, <3, 2.. . . "Eay9ai, 5!ffe#tive !nglish for !ngineers and 2e#hnologies* 9eading, 8riting and (pea1ing6, Crest ;ublishing +ouse, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. G. ;aul C "nderson, 52e#hni#al Communi#ation* " 9eader > Centered "pproa#h6, "sia ;vt. Ltd., (ingapore, 2..=. I. "lbert 7oseph, 58riting ;ro#ess 2...6, ;renti#e +all, ,ew 7ersey, -??I (G) To !" 42

08M20% CONCEPTS OF ENGINEERING DESIGN 3003

2he purpose of this #ourse is to introdu#e to the undergraduate student the fundamental prin#iples of !ngineering /esign whi#h is very important and relevant in the #ontext of today0s engineering professionals. 2he #ourse will be generi# and will not re)uire spe#iali4ed preparation or prere)uisites. ENGINEERING ENTERPRISE * !ngineering profession, ethi#s in engineering, te#hnologi#al innovation. (2)

ENGINEERING DESIGN* !ngineering design pro#ess, identifi#ation and analysis of needs, organisation of design #on#ept, design methods, #onsiderations in engineering design, design de#isions, development of design. (G) COMPETENCIES OF DESIGN ENGINEERS: Categorisation of 1nowledge, pro#ess and management, levels of #ompeten#y. CREATIVITY IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION: &ntrinsi# #reativity, fostering #reativity, ten maxims of #reativity in edu#ation. (2) (2)

MATERIAL SELECTION* ;ro#ess, sour#es, e#onomi#s of material sele#tion, relative material #ost, weighted property index, material substitution - Case study. ( ) GEOMETRICAL PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: (tudy of me#hani#al assemblies, general toleran#es as per &(@ 2BI' > m+ statisti#al toleran#ing of me#hani#al assemblies, dimensional #hain analysis, design evaluation based on various parameters. (I) RAPID PROTOTYPING AND VIRTUAL REALITY (2)

VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION: &ntrodu#tion, the front panel, the blo#1 diagram, data a#)uisition, #omponents of a /"J system, /"J hardware #onfiguration, /"J assistant, analog &F@, digital &F@, typi#al sensor interfa#e examples. ( ) MECHANICAL FAILURE ANALYSIS AND QUALITY: " typi#al #ase study. Modelling and simulation, a design tool. (=) ENGINEERING ECONOMICS: !#onomi# design ma1ing, time value of money, depre#iation, profitability of investments, brea1 even analysis, #ost evaluation. !lement of #ost, #ost estimation, manufa#turing #osts, learning #urve, pri#ing a produ#t, life #y#le #osting. ( ) ENGINEERING OPTIMISATION: "n overview of issues in optimi4ation of engineering design problems, multifa#tor obEe#tive fun#tion, 8oodson methods, design of an edu#ational toy. ( ) LABORATORY EXERCISES: "#)uiring data and #ommuni#ating with an instrument, statisti#al visuali4ation using M"2L"\$, interfa#ing using LabC&!8, virtual instrumentation based ma#hine #ontrol design, smart #amera, study of unbalan#e modulKeL !xperiments on study of produ#t #omponent form design, fabri#ation and testing. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. %eorge ! /ieter, 5!ngineering /esign, " Materials and ;ro#essing "pproa#h6, M#%raw +ill &nternational \$oo1 Co., (I2*B /&! (- ' G=2), -?'=. 2. Morris "simov, 5&ntrodu#tion to /esign6, ;renti#e +all, (I2*B "(& 2=G.-), -?I2. REFERENCES: -. +ill ;er#y 7, 52he (#ien#e of !ngineering /esign6, +olt, 9einhart and 8inston &n#., (I2*B +ill) -?B.. 2. (aeema "hmed, 5"n &ndustrial Case (tudy* &dentifi#ation of Competen#ies of /esign !ngineers6, "(M!, 7ournal of Me#hani#al /esign, 7uly 2..B, Col.-2?, pp.B.?- B-I. =. \$rett : 9obertson, 7oa#him 8alther and /avid : 9ad#liffe, 5Creativity and the use of C"/ 2ools* Lessons for !ngineering /esign !du#ation from &ndustry6, "(M!, 7ournal of Me#hani#al /esign, 7uly 2..B, Col.-2?, pp.BG=-BI.. . 3a4em 3a4erounian and (tephany :oley, 5\$arriers to Creativity in !ngineering !du#ation* " (tudy of &nstru#tors and (tudents

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;er#eptions6, "(M!, 7ournal of Me#hani#al /esign, 7uly 2..B, Col.-2?, pp.BI--BI'. Dbigniew +umienny (!ditor), 5%eometri#al ;rodu#t (pe#ifi#ations Course for 2e#hni#al <niversities6, 8arsaw \$iels1o, \$iala !rlangen +uddersfield 2allinn Cienna, 2..-. %ary 8 7ohnson, 9i#hard 7ennings, 5Labview %raphi#al ;rogramming* ;ra#ti#al "ppli#ations in &nstrumentation6, M#graw +ill, &n#, 2hird !dition, 2..-. 7effrey 2ravis, 5Labview for !veryone6, ;renti#e +all &n#., (e#ond !dition, 2..2. /aniel ! 8hitney, 5Me#hani#al "ssemblies* /esign Manufa#ture and 9ole in ;rodu#t /evelop6, @xford <niversity ;ress, 2.. .

08M110 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS I

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INTRODUCTION: &ntrodu#tion to !ngineering /rawing. \$ureau of &ndian (tandards (\$&(), geometri# #onstru#tions, prin#iples of dimensioning, introdu#tion to #omputer aided drawing, #o-ordinate system and referen#e planes, #ommands. (-.) ORTHOGRAPHIC PRO'ECTION: ;rin#iples of orthographi# proEe#tion-proEe#tion of points, straight lines, planes and solids. @rthographi# proEe#tion of simple engineering #omponents-missing view exer#ises. (') PICTORIAL PRO'ECTIONS: ;rin#iples of pi#torial views, isometri# view of simple engineering #omponents. :ree hand s1et#hing of orthographi# views from pi#torial views. :ree hand s1et#hing of isometri# views from given two or there views. (-.) To !" 28 TEXT BOO#S: -. Cenugopal 3 and ;rabhu 9aEa C, 5!ngineering %raphi#s6, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers, 2..B. 2. C2<, 5" ;rimer on Computer "ided !ngineering /rawing6 \$elgaum, 2..I. REFERENCES: -. 3umar M (, 5!ngineering %raphi#s6, / / ;ubli#ations, Chennai, ,inth !dition, 2..B. 2. \$ureau of &ndian (tandards, 5!ngineering /rawing ;ra#ti#es for (#hools and Colleges (; I-2..=6, \$&(, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. =. ;(% C"/FC"M Centre Laboratory Manual, "utoC"/ Level & and &&, -??B. . Lu4adder 8 7, 5:undamentals of !ngineering /rawing6, ;renti#e +all \$oo1 Co., ,ew Aor1, -??'.

08M211 PHYSICS LABORATORY

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0 0 3 1&% (A))*!"+
-. Aoung0s modulus of a material-#antilever method. 2. Magneti# hysteresis. =. Coeffi#ient of thermal #ondu#tivity of bad #ondu#tor /is# method . Coeffi#ient of vis#osity-;oiseuille0s method G. Latti#e ;arameters-powder photographi# method I. Measurement of temperature-thermistor B. !ffi#ien#y of solar #ell '. !le#tri#al #ondu#tivity of metal and "lloy-Carey :oster \$ridge ?. /emonstration of opti#al phenomena using +e-,e Laser -.. /emonstration of determination of laser parameters. REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of ;hysi#s.

08M212 CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

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(A))*!"+ -. 2. =. . G. I. B. '. ?. -.. /etermination of 9edwood F (aybolt numbers, 1inemati# vis#osity and vis#osity index of lubri#ating oils /etermination of flash point, fire point, #loud and pour point of oils /etermination of a#id value, saponifi#ation number and iodine value of oils ;roximate analysis of #oal /etermination of total, temporary, permanent, #al#ium and magnesium hardness of water /etermination of #hloride, sulphate and al1alinity of water /etermination of #orrosion rate of steel in a#id media by weight loss method /etermination of inhibitor effi#ien#y on the #orrosion rate of steel in a#id media by weight loss method "nodi4ing of aluminium and determination of thi#1ness of anodi# film !le#troplating of ni#1el and determination of #athode effi#ien#y

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/etermination of #alorifi# value of a solid fuel by bomb #alorimeterF determination of #alorifi# value of a gaseous fuel by \$oy0s gas #alorimeter ;reparation and testing of greases, gels, defoamers, #utting emulsions

REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of Chemistry

SEMESTER 2
08M10% PROBLEM SOLVING AND C PROGRAMMING 2023
INTRODUCTION TO PROBLEM SOLVING: ;rogram development- "naly4ing and /efining the ;roblem- Modular /esign"lgorithm - :low Chart. ( ) PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES: 8hat is programming language-2ypes of programming language- ;rogram /evelopment !nvironment. ( ) C: 2he C #hara#ter set > &dentifiers and 1eywords > /ata types > Constants > Cariables > "rrays > /e#larations > !xpressions > (tatements > (ymboli# #onstants > @perators and expressions > "rithmeti# operators > <nary operators > 9elational and logi#al operators > "ssignment operators > Conditional operators > Library fun#tions > /ata input and output fun#tions. (B) CONTROL STATEMENTS: 8hile statement > /o 8hile statement > :or > ,ested loops > if else > (wit#h > \$rea1 > #ontinue > #omma operator > go to statement > programs. (=) FUNCTIONS: /efining a fun#tion > "##essing a fun#tion > ;assing arguments to fun#tions > (pe#ifying arguments, data types > :un#tion prototypes > (torage #lasses > auto > (tati# > !xtern and register variables. ( ) ARRAYS: /efining an array > ;ro#essing array > ;assing array to a fun#tion > Multi dimensional array > "rray and strings. ( )

POINTERS: /e#larations > ;ointers to a fun#tion > ;ointer and one dimensional arrays > @perating a pointer > ;ointer and multi dimensional arrays > "rrays of pointers > ;assing fun#tions to other fun#tions. (I) STRUCTURES AND UNIONS: /efinitions > ;ro#essing a stru#ture > <ser defined data types > (tru#tures and pointers > ;assing stru#ture to fun#tions > (elf referential stru#tures. (=) FILES: @pen > Close > ;ro#ess > @perations on a file. ;repro#essor /ire#tives - Command Line "rguments. TEXT BOO#S: -. 3ernighan \$ 8 and 9it#hie / M, 5C ;rogramming Language (",(& C)6, ;earson !du#ation, -???. 2. +erbert (#hildt, 5C > 2he Complete 9eferen#e6, M#%raw +ill, 2..-. =. Mi#hael (#hneider %, (teven 8, 8eingart and /avid M ;erlman, 5"n &ntrodu#tion to ;rogramming and ;roblem (olving with ;as#al 5, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, -??'. REFERENCES: -. %ottfried \$, 5;rogramming 8ith C6, M# %raw +ill, 2.. . 2. /eitel + M and /eitel ; 7, 5C* +ow to ;rogram6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..-. (=) ( ) To !" 42

08M103 ENGINEERING MECHANICS 3204

STATICS OF PARTICLES: :or#es > system of for#es - #on#urrent for#es in plane and spa#e- resultant - problems involving the e)uilibrium of a parti#le-free body diagram-e)uilibrium of parti#le in spa#e. (B) STATICS OF RIGID BODIES IN T\$O DIMENSIONS: 9igid bodies-two dimensional stru#ture-moment of for#e about an axismoment of a #ouple-e)uivalent system of #oplanar for#es-9igid body in e)uilibrium-problems involving e)uilibrium of rigid bodytypes of supports-rea#tions of beams and frames. (I) FRICTION: Laws of fri#tion-#oeffi#ient of fri#tion-problems involving dry fri#tion- wedge and ladder fri#tion. APPLICATION OF STATICS: 9oof trusses-Method of Eoints, method of se#tions and 2ension #oeffi#ient method. ( ) (G)

CENTROID4 CENTRE OF GRAVITY AND MOMENT OF INERTIA: Centroids of areas, #omposite areas, determination of moment of inertia of plane figures, polar moment of inertia-radius of gyration > mass moment of inertia of simple solids. (I)

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#INEMATICS OF PARTICLES: &ntrodu#tion-plane, re#tilinear motion-time dependent motion-re#tangular #oordinates-proEe#tile motion. (G) #INETICS OF PARTICLES: !)uation of motion-re#tilinear motion-,ewton0s && law > /0"lembert0s prin#iple- !nergy - potential energy-1ineti# energy-#onservation of energy-wor1 done by a for#e - wor1 energy method (G) IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM: Con#ept of #onservation of momentum- &mpulse-Momentum prin#iple- &mpa#t-/ire#t #entral impa#tobli)ue #entral impa#t. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. \$eer : ; and 7ohnson ! 9, 5Ce#tor Me#hani#s for !ngineers, (tati#s and /ynami#s6, 2ata M#-%raw +ill ;ublishing Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..I. 2. 9aEase1aran ( and (an1arasubramanian %, 5!ngineering Me#hani#s-(tati#s and /ynami#s6, Ci1as ;ublishing +ouse ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..I. REFERENCES: -. \$ansal 9 3, 5!ngineering Me#hani#s6, Laxmi ;ubli#ations ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..I. 2. \$havi1atti ( (, 5!ngineering Me#hani#s6, ,ew "ge &nternational ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..=. =. Aoung / + and 2imashen1o (, 5!ngineering Me#hani#s6, 2ata M#graw-+ill, :ourth !dition, 2..I. . 7ivan 3ha#hane, 9u#hi (hrivastava, 5!ngineering Me#hani#s* (tati#s and /ynami#s6, ",! \$oo1s, 2..I.

08M202 MATERIALS SCIENCE 3003

MAGNETIC PROPERTIES: :erro and ferri magneti# materials > properties. +eisenberg and domain theory of ferromagnetism. +ysteresis. Curie-8eiss law. +ard and soft magneti# materials and their appli#ations. :errite > stru#ture preparation and properties. (') THERMAL PROPERTIES: &ntrodu#tion - #oeffi#ient of thermal expansion, heat #apa#ity, thermal #ondu#tion me#hanisms, thermal stresses. "ppli#ations-bimetalli# strip, thermal insulation, thermal sho#1 resistan#e, tempered glass, #erami# - to - metal Eoints, #ryogeni# materials. (?) COMPOSITES: /efinition -fun#tion of matrix and reinfor#ement in #omposites -#lassifi#ation of #omposites based on reinfor#ementtypes of #omposite materials - polymer, metalli# and #erami# matrix #omposites ()ualitative). Law of mixtures. Comparison with #onventional materials. "ppli#ations in surgery, sports e)uipment. (') SEMICONDUCTING MATERIALS AND DEVICES: !lemental and #ompound semi#ondu#tors. &ntrinsi# and extrinsi# semi#ondu#tors - properties. Carrier #on#entration in intrinsi# semi#ondu#tors. Carrier #on#entration in n-type and p-type semi#ondu#tors. Material preparation - C4o#hrals1i0s te#hni)ue and 4one refining te#hni)ue. +all effe#t - +all #oeffi#ient in extrinsi# semi#ondu#tors, experimental determination of +all #oeffi#ient. "ppli#ation of +all effe#t. (emi#ondu#tor devi#es > L/9, L!/, ;hotodiode, (olar Cells and LC/. (?) ADVANCED MATERIALS: ,anophase materials - (ynthesis te#hni)ues, properties, appli#ations. (hape Memory alloys ((M") > #hara#teristi#s, properties of ,i2i alloy, appli#ation, advantages and disadvantages of (M". (uper#ondu#tivity. 2ypes of super#ondu#tors - +igh 2# super#ondu#tors, #omparison with low 2# super#ondu#tors. "ppli#ation of super#ondu#tors. Metalli# glasses > preparation, properties, appli#ations. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 8illiam / Callister 7r, 5Materials (#ien#e and !ngineering-"n &ntrodu#tion6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons &n#., (ixth !dition, ,ew Aor1, 2..B. 2. (haffer 7 ;, (axena ", "ntolovi#h ( /, (anders 2 + 7r and 8arner ( \$, 52he (#ien#e and /esign of !ngineering Materials6, M#%raw +ill Companies &n#., ,ew Aor1, -???. REFERENCES: -. 7aya1umar (, 5Materials (#ien#e6, 9 3 ;ublishers, Coimbatore, 2..I. 2. 9obert 9esni#1 and /avid +alliday, 5:undamentals of ;hysi#s6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons &n#., ,ew Aor1, 2..=. =. 9aghavan C, 5Materials (#ien#e and !ngineering - " :irst Course6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia, ,ew /elhi, 2..-. . 7ames : (ha#1elford (, 5&ntrodu#tion to Materials (#ien#e for !ngineers6, 2hird !dition, Ma#millan ;ublishing Company, ,ew Aor1. -??2.

08M203 APPLIED CHEMISTRY II

("lso #ommon with .';2.=F .'"2.=)

3003
PETROLEUM PROCESSING: /istillation, stabili4ation, #ra#1ing, reforming, polymeri4ation, al1ylation0s, isomerisation, #y#lisation, aromati4ation, hydrogenation, purifi#ation, sweetening, sulphur removal, deasphalting, dewaxing. ( )

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PROPERTIES AND TESTING OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS * (pe#ifi# gravity, vis#osity index, flash and fire points, #loud and pour points, smo1e point and #har value, sulphur #ontent, ash #ontent, #alorifi# value. :uel to mat#h the engine power output and fuel )uality, spontaneous ignition temperature and hydro#arbon stru#ture, 1no#1ing, grading of gasoline > o#tane rating, gasoline improvers, diesel fuel, #ombustion stages, #etane rating, improvers, diesel index, antifree4e additives. (') COAL: ;roximate analysis, #o1ing. Calorifi# value- determinations, flue gas analysis> @rsats method. ( )

COMBUSTION CALCULATIONS* 2heoreti#al air re)uirement, adiabati# flame temperature, #al#ulations based on flue gas analysis. ( ) LUBRICATION AND LUBRICANTS: Lubri#ation - lubri#ating oils-petroleum fra#tions - dewaxing, testing of lubri#ating oils vis#osity index, oxidation resistan#e, #arbon residue, neutrali4ation number and other properties. Me#hanism of lubri#ation, additives and improvers. Lubri#ating emulsions, gels and greases, syntheti# lubri#ants, fluolubes-sili#one lubri#ants, solid lubri#ants. (I) CORROSION AND ITS CONTROL: Corrosion losses, me#hanism of galvani# #orrosion, differential oxygenation #orrosion, (tress #orrosion #ra#1ing, graphiti4ation, fretting and #avitation, erosion. :a#tors influen#ing #orrosion - oxidation potential, effe#t of over voltage, metal purity, physi#al state, relative anode and #athode area, relative volume of #orrosion produ#t, solubility of #orrosion produ#ts, role of medium and presen#e of inhibitors. Corrosion #ontrol > sa#rifi#ial anode and impressed #urrent methods, #orrosion #ontrol at design stage. (') CELLS AND BATTERIES: Constru#tion and wor1ing of Le#hlan#he #ell, lead-a#id battery, ni#1el-#admium battery. \$atteries for automobiles and <;(. @utline of fuel #ells. ( ) ELECTROCHEMICAL PROCESS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: !le#tropolishing, ele#tro#hemi#al ma#hining-#utting, grinding, deburring and #ontour ma#hining. !le#trophoreti# painting in automotive industry, te#hnology of ele#tropriming. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. (amir (ar1ar, 5:uels and Combustion6, @rient Longman, &ndia, -??I. 2. Llyod Munrow, 5Chemistry in !ngineering6, 2hird !dition, Jueens, ,ew 7ersey, -?I . REFERENCES: -. /ere1 ;let#her and :ran1 C 8alsh, 5&ndustrial !le#tro#hemistry6, \$la#1ie "#ademi# and ;rofessional, London, -??=. 2. %opalan 9ao M and Marshall (itting, 5@utlines of Chemi#al 2e#hnology6, "ffiliated !ast-8est ;ress ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -?B=. =. 3umaravel M, 3aniappan 3, Murugavel ( C and (enthil1umaar (, 5!ngineering Chemistry6, 93 ;ublishers, Coimbatore,2..=.

08M204 FLUID MECHANICS 3 1 0 3&%

INTRODUCTION: ;roperties of fluids. Con#ept of gauge and absolute pressures, measurement of pressure using manometers of different types. 2ypes of flow - laminar, turbulent, unsteady, steady, non-uniform and uniform flows. (tream line, strea1 line and path line. ( ) IDEAL FLO\$: &r-rotational and rotational, stream fun#tion, potential fun#tion, #ontinuity e)uation, derivation of three dimensional e)uation, appli#ations to one dimensional flows steady flow, differential momentum e)uation. &mpa#t of Eets-for#e on fixed and moving vanes, flat and #urved. (B) FLUID DYNAMICS: (tatement of ,avier (to1es e)uation, derivation of !ulerMs e)uation and \$ernoulliMs energy e)uation, examples illustrating the use of energy e)uations. ( ) FLO\$ MEASUREMENT: @rifi#e meter, venturi meter, flow no44le, ;itot tubes, multi-hole probe and anemometer. ( )

LAMINAR FLO\$: +agen-;oiseuille e)uation > velo#ity profile, power #al#ulations. Laminar flow between parallel plates - Couette flow and ;lane ;oiseuille flow. (G) FLO\$ THROUGH CIRCULAR PIPES: ;ipes in series and parallel. 9eynolds number, /ar#y-8eisba#h e)uation, use of Moody diagram, minor losses-sudden expansion, sudden #ontra#tion and losses in pipe fittings. (I) BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY: /0"lembert paradox, /evelopment of boundary layer, ;randtl0s boundary layer e)uations, \$lasius solution, integral momentum e)uation, drag on a flat plate, boundary layer separation and its #ontrol, streamlined and bluff bodies -flow around #ir#ular bodies and aero foils, #al#ulation of lift and drag. (I) DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND MODEL TESTING: \$u#1ingham0s theorem, 9eynolds, :roude and Ma#h number and their appli#ation in model testing. ( ) INTRODUCTION TO CFD* ,e#essity, limitations, philosophy behind C:/, appli#ations. TEXT BOO#S: -. 3umar / (, N:luid Me#hani#s and :luid ;ower !ngineering N, 3ataria ( 3 and (ons, ,ew /elhi, -??B. 2. 9obert 8 :ox, N&ntrodu#tion to :luid Me#hani#sN, :ourth !dition, 7ohn 8iley and sons, (ingapore, -?? . (2) To !" 42

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REFERENCES: -. (treeter 8ylie and \$edford, N:luid Me#hani#sN, M#%raw- +ill ;ublishing Company Limited, ,ew Aor1, -??'. 2. &rwing + (hames, NMe#hani#s of :luidsN, 2hird !dition, M#%raw +ill &n#., ,ew Aor1, -??2. =. 3umar 3 L, 5!ngineering :luid Me#hani#s6, !urasia ;ubli#ations Limited, ,ew /elhi, -??.. . 7ohn / "nderson, 5Computational :luid /ynami#s > 2he \$asi#s with "ppli#ations6, M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, -??G. G. 3ing 9 ;, 5&ntrodu#tion to ;ra#ti#al :luid :low (8ith C/)6, \$utterworth, 2..2.

08M213 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS II

("lso #ommon with .'"2-=)

2 0 3 3&%
SECTION OF SOLIDS: (e#tions of regular solids, types of se#tions, \$&( #onventions, sele#tion of se#tional views. (e#tional views of simple engineering #omponents. (') DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES: /evelopment of lateral surfa#es of regular solids, trun#ated solids and simple engineering sheet metal #omponents. (') COMPUTER GRAPHICS: &ntrodu#tion to =/ modeling pa#1ages. #omponents, se#tions and extra#tion of 2/ drawings. /rafting pra#ti#es - modeling of simple engineering (I) (I) To !" 28 TEXT BOO#S: -. Cenugopal 3 and ;rabhu 9aEa C, 5!ngineering %raphi#s6, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers, 2..B. 2. C2<, 5" ;rimer on Computer "ided !ngineering /rawing6 \$elgaum, 2..I. REFERENCES: -. 3umar M (, 5!ngineering %raphi#s6, ,inth !dition, // ;ubli#ations, Chennai, 2..B. 2. \$ureau of &ndian (tandards, 5!ngineering /rawing ;ra#ti#es for (#hools and Colleges (; I-2..=6, \$&(, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. =. ;(% C"/FC"M Centre Laboratory Manual, "uto C"/ Level & and &&, -??B. . Lu4adder 8 7, 5:undamentals of !ngineering /rawing6, ;renti#e +all \$oo1 Co., ,ew Aor1, -??'.

PERSPECTIVE PRO'ECTION: ;rin#iples of perspe#tive proEe#tion, methods, proEe#tion of (olids.

SEMESTER 3
08O201 LINEAR ALGEBRA AND FOURIER SERIES 3204
LINEAR ALGEBRA: !u#lidean n-spa#e, %eneral ve#tor spa#es, (ubspa#es, Linear independen#e, \$asis and dimension, 9ow and #olumn spa#es, 9an1, :inding bases, &nner produ#t spa#es, Length and "ngle in inner produ#t spa#es, @rthonormal bases, %ram (#hmidt pro#ess, Change of basis. (-2) LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS: &ntrodu#tion, ;roperties-3ernal and range, Linear 2ransformation from 9n to 9m, Matri#es of linear transformations. (B) EIGEN VALUES AND EIGEN VECTORS: !igen values and !igen ve#tors, /iagonali4ation, @rthogonal /iagonali4ation, (ymmetri# Matri#es. Juadrati# :orms and its "ppli#ations. (B) FOURIER SERIES: /ir#hlet0s #onditions, (tatement of :ourier theorem, :ourier #oeffi#ients, Change of s#ale, +alf range series. (I) BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS: (eparable partial differential e)uations-Classi#al e)uations and \$oundary value problems, @ne dimensional wave e)uations, @ne dimensional heat e)uations, two dimensional heat e)uations - (olution by :ourier series. (-.) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S* -. +oward "nton and Chris 9orres, 5!lementary Linear "lgebra6 7ohn 8iley and (ons, 2..G. 2. !rwin 3reys4ig, 5"dvan#ed !ngineering Mathemati#s6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, 2.. . REFERENCES: -. /ennis % Dill and Mi#hael 9 Cullen, 5"dvan#ed !ngineering Mathemati#s6, 7ones and \$arlett ;ublisher, 2..G. 2. /avid C Lay , 5Linear "lgebra and its "ppli#ations 5, "ddison-8esley, 2.. . =. 9ay 8ylie C and Louis C\$arrett, 5"dvan#ed !ngineering Mathemati#s6, 2ata M#%raw-+ill ;ublishing Company Ltd, 2..=.

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08M303 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING 4004

INTRODUCTION: @hms law - 3ir#hoff0s laws > solving simple, /C #ir#uits > (ingle ;hase "C #ir#uits - power, power fa#tor, &ntrodu#tion to three phase system, Comparison of single phase and 2hree phase. (G) ELECTRIC DRIVES* /C drives, /C motors, prin#iple of operation, tor)ue e)uation, power developed, speed-tor)ue #hara#teristi#s of series, shunt and #ompound motors, speed #ontrol-armature #ontrol, field #ontrol. (G) AC DRIVES: "C ma#hines, 2hree phase &ndu#tion motors, prin#iple of operation, tor)ue e)uation, speed-tor)ue #hara#teristi#s of &ndu#tion motors, #age and wound rotor types, single phase &ndu#tion motors-prin#iple of operation, method of starting, types of single phase motors. (G) INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS* :a#tors to be #onsidered for sele#tion of motors, determination of power rating of drive motors, sele#tion of motors for #ranes, ma#hine tool appli#ations, #entrifugal pumps. ( ) ELECTRONIC DEVICES* @peration of ;, Eun#tion diodes, C& #hara#teristi#s, 4ener diode, \$72-types -C\$, C!, CC #onfigurations, input and output #hara#teristi#s, 7:!2, differen#e between :!2 and \$72-wor1ing prin#iple and #hara#teristi#s. M@(:!2- types, prin#iple of operation and #hara#teristi#s. (I) ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS* (Jualitative analysis only) +alf wave and full wave re#tifier, #apa#itive filters, 4ener voltage regulator, 9C- /M" &ntrodu#tion to ;LC, #oupled amplifier, fre)uen#y response. (G) LINEAR INTERGATED CIRCUITS: @perational amplifiers, &deal op-amp #hara#teristi#s, &nverting and ,on-inverting amplifier, opamp appli#ations - "dder- (ubtra#tor, integrator, differentiator, #omparator, 4ero #rossing dete#tor. (I) DIGITAL ELECTRONICS: ,umber systems-binary, o#tal, hexade#imal, logi# gates > ",/,@9, ,@2, ,",/,,@9, O@9, O,@9, +alf adder, full adder, subtra#tor, :lip flops, 9(,73,73 Master slave, / and 2 type, #ounters and shift registers. (I) MICROPROCESSORS* "r#hite#ture of &ntel '.'G, addressing modes, instru#tion set, ma#hine #y#les, timing diagrams, memory diagrams, Memory Mapped &F@ Mapped &F@ > (ta#1 and (ubroutines, interrups, /M", introdu#tion to programmable peripherals. (- ) To !" %3 TEXT BOO#S : -. Murugesh 3umar 3., 5\$asi# !le#tri#al (#ien#e and 2e#hnology6, Ci1as ;ublishing +ouse ;vt Ltd., 2..2. 2. Muthusubramanian 9, (alivahanan ( and Muraleedharan 3.", 5\$asi# !le#tri#al, !le#troni#s and Computer !ngineering6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishers., 2hirteenth reprint, 2..I. =. 9amesh ( %aon1ar, 5Mi#ropro#essor "r#hite#ture, ;rogramming and "ppli#ations with '.'G6, ;enram &nternational ;ublishing (&ndia) ;vt Ltd., :ifth !dition, :ebruary 2..2. REFERENCES: -. ;illai ( 3,6" first #ourse on !le#tri#al /rives6, 8iley !astern Ltd, \$ombay -?'?. 2. "llen Mottershad,6!le#troni# /evi#es and Cir#uits6, ;+&, -??I. =. \$oylested,6 !letroni# devies and &ntergrated #ir#uts6, ;+&, -??B.

08M304 #INEMATICS OF MACHINERY 3 1 0 3&%

BASICS OF MECHANISMS: 2erminology and definitions, degree of freedom, mobility. %rashoff0s law. 3inemati# inversions - bar #hain, slider #ran1 #hain. Me#hani#al advantage. 2ransmission angle. /es#ription of #ommon me#hanisms, appli#ations of me#hanisms. &ntrodu#tion to -bar spatial me#hanisms. ( ) #INEMATICS: /ispla#ement, velo#ity and a##eleration analysis in simple me#hanisms, graphi#al method, velo#ity and a##eleration polygons. 3inemati# analysis by algebrai# method, a demonstration, ve#tor approa#h, Cha#e e)uation, #omputer appli#ations in the 1inemati#s analysis of simple me#hanisms. (I) SYNTHESIS OF LIN#AGES: ,umber and dimensional synthesis > two position synthesis of slider #ran1 and four bar- me#hanisms. (2) STATIC FORCE ANALYSIS OF MECHANISM: :ree \$ody diagram-#onditions of e)uilibrium, two, three and four for#e members, effe#t of fri#tion. (G)

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#INEMATICS OF CAM: Classifi#ations, displa#ement diagrams-paraboli#, uniform velo#ity, simple harmoni# paths. Layout of plate #am profiles for different types of followers - 1nife - edged, roller, mushroom, flat type, derivatives of follower motion, pressure angle and under#utting, e)uivalent four-bar me#hanism, Eump speed analysis. (') GEARS: (pur gear terminology and definitions. :undamental law of toothed gearing and tooth forms. &nter#hangeable gears, gear tooth a#tion-interferen#e and under#utting. +eli#al, bevel, worm, ra#1 and pinion gears (basi#s only). %ear trains, epi#y#li# gear trains, differentials, automotive transmission gear trains. (?) GYROSCOPIC COUPLE: %yros#opi# #ouple and its effe#t in ship, #ar, motor#y#le, air#raft and spa#e vehi#les, gyros#opi# stabili4ation. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. (higley 7 ! and <i#1er 7 7, 52heory of Ma#hines and Me#hanisms6, M#%raw -+ill &n#., ,ew /elhi, -??I. 2. \$allaney ; L, 52heory of Ma#hines and Me#hanisms6, 3hanna ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2..G. REFERENCES: -. \$even 2, 52heory of Ma#hines6, 2hird !dition, C\$( ;ublishers and /istributors, ,ew /elhi, 2..2. 2. %hosh and Malli#1, 52heory of Me#hanisms and Ma#hines6 "ffiliated !ast-8est ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -?''.

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9attan ( (, 52heory of Ma#hines6, 2ata M#%raw -+ill ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2..G. 9ao 7 ( and /u11ipati, 5Me#hanism and Ma#hine 2heory6, 8iley- !astern Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -??2. 7ohn +annah and (tephens 9 C, 5Me#hanisms of Ma#hines6, Civa Low ;ri#e (tudent !dition, ,ew /elhi, -???. 8aldron 3 7 and 3in4el % L, 53inemati#s, /ynami#s "nd /esign @f Ma#hinery - !d 2 (Cd - GIG.)6, 7ohn-8iley and (ons &n#., (e#ond !dition, 2.. . (adhu (ingh, 52heory of Ma#hines6, ;earson !du#ation, (e#ond !dition, 2..I. !rdman "% and (andor % ,, 5Me#hanism /esign, "nalysis and (ynthesis6, Col.&, ;+& &n#., -??B.

08M30% STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 3 1 0 3&%

STRESSES AND STRAINS: (tress and strain due to axial for#e, elasti# limit, +oo1eMs law-fa#tor of safety - stepped bars, uniformly varying se#tions, stresses in #omposite bar due to axial for#e and temperature. (train !nergy due to axial for#e- proof resilien#e, stresses due to gradual load, sudden load and impa#t load. (B) CHANGES IN DIMENSIONS AND VOLUME: Lateral strain - ;oissonMs ratio, volumetri# strain, #hanges in dimensions and volume, shear stress, shear strain, relationship between elasti# #onstants. +oop and Longitudinal stresses in thin #ylindri#al and spheri#al shells under internal pressure-#hanges in dimensions and volume. (B) BENDING MOMENT AND SHEAR FORCE: 9elationship between load, shear for#e and bending moment - shear for#e and bending moment diagrams for #antilever, simply supported and overhanging beams under #on#entrated loads, uniformly distributed loads, uniformly varying loads, #on#entrated moments, maximum bending moment and point of #ontra flexure. (G) FLEXURE IN BEAMS: 2heory of simple bending and assumptions - derivation of e)uation, se#tion modulus, normal stresses due to flexure. (G) TORSION: 2heory of torsion and assumptions-derivation of the e)uation, polar modulus, stresses in solid and hollow #ir#ular shafts, power transmitted by a shaft, #lose #oiled heli#al spring with axial load. (I) PRINCIPAL STRESSES AND STRAINS: (2wo dimensional only) (tate of stress at a point - normal and tangential stresses on a given plane, prin#ipal stresses and their planes, plane of maximum shear stress, analyti#al method, MohrMs #ir#le method, appli#ation to simple problems, (train 9osettes. (I) DEFLECTION OF DETERMINATE BEAMS: %overning differential e)uation - Ma#aulayMs method-moment area method, appli#ation to simple problemsL \$ending moment and shear for#e diagram of a typi#al shaft, elasti# instability, !uler :ormula. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. ;unmia \$ C and 7ain " 3, N(trength of Materials and 2heory of (tru#turesN - Col.-, Laxmi ;ubli#ations, ,ew /elhi, -??2.

REFERENCES: -. ;opov ! ;, NMe#hani#s of MaterialsN, ;renti#e +all &n#., !nglewood Cliffs, ,ew 7ersey, -?BI. 2. +earn ! 7, NMe#hani#s of MaterialsN, Col. &, ;ergamon ;ress, -?BB. =. \$edi / (, N(trength of MaterialsN, ( Chand and Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -?' . . 9amamrutham ( and ,arayan 9, N(trength of MaterialsN, /hanpat 9ai and (ons, ,ew /elhi, -??B. G. (ingh / 3, 5(trength @f Materials6, ",! \$oo1s, 2..B. I. 7indal < C, 52extboo1 on (trength of Materials6, "sian \$oo1s ;vt. Ltd., 2..B. B. /on + Morris, 8illiam : 9iley and Leroy / (turges, 5Me#hani#s of Materials6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons &n#., :ifth !dition, 2..-. '. Lord Chilver and 7ohn Case, 5(trength of Materials and (tru#tures6, "rnold, :ourth !dition, -???.

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08M310 MACHINE DRA\$ING

("lso #ommon with .'"=-.)

2 0 3 3&%
INTRODUCTION: &ntrodu#tion to ma#hine drawing. &mportan#e of se#tional views. Computer-aided drafting. (-)

CONVENTIONS: Code of pra#ti#e for engineering drawing-#onventional representation of details- drilled and tapped holes, #ountersun1 and #ounter bored holes, internal and external threads, under#uts, grooves, #hamfers, fillet radii and 1eyways. Conventions to represent standard #omponents-bolts, nuts, washers, s#rews, #otters, pins, #ir#lips, bearings, gears, springs and flanges. (=) ASSEMBLY CONCEPTS: Methods and #on#epts of assemblies-assembly re)uirements, \$ill of materials. Methods of assemblybolts, nuts, studs, s#rews and pins. Methods of arresting motion of a member in an assembly. "ssembly and dismantling exer#ise of a typi#al assembly with emphasis on assembly se)uen#e and appropriate fits. (2) FITS AND TOLERANCES: Limits, fits and toleran#es-need, types, representation of toleran#es on drawing, #al#ulation of minimum and maximum #learan#es and allowan#es. %eometri# toleran#e-uses, types of form and position toleran#es, symbols, method of indi#ating geometri# toleran#es on part drawings. (urfa#e finish symbols- methods of indi#ating the surfa#e roughness. \$lue print reading exer#ises. (') ASSEMBLY DRA\$ING PRACTICE: Ma1ing free hand s1et#hes of typi#al subassemblies-flange #oupling, stuffing box, Eournal bearings, rolling element bearings, 1eyed Eoints, #otter Eoints, C #lamp. (') ASSEMBLY USING SOLID MODELING: Modeling and assembly using software-extra#ting views and se#tions. /rawing of assemblies-plummer blo#1, ma#hine vi#e, stop valve, s#rew Ea#1, tail sto#1, #ylindri#al gear box, simple drill Eig. Creation of bill of materials, #al#ulation of mass and se#tion properties, interferen#e #he#1 between solids. (I) To !" 28 TEXT BOO#S: -. %opala1rishna 3 9, NMa#hine /rawingN, (eventeenth !dition, (ubhas (tores, \$angalore, 2..=. 2. C"/FC"M Manual, ;(% College of 2e#hnology. Coimbatore, 2..2. REFERENCES: -. Carghese ; & and 7ohn 3 C, NMa#hine /rawingN, 7ovast ;ublishers, 2hrissur, 2..B. 2. \$&(, (;* I-2..= > 5!ngineering /rawing ;ra#ti#e for (#hools and CollegesN, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. =. :a#ulty of Me#hani#al !ngineering, ;(% College of 2e#hnology,N /esign /ata \$oo1N, MFs. /;C ;rinters, Coimbatore,-??=. . "(M! A - .GM--?? , 5/imensioning and 2oleran#ing6, "(M!, ,ew Aor1, -??G.

08M311 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY 0021

-. 2. =. . G. I. 2ension test on metals-stress strain #hara#teristi#s, du#tility, resilien#e, toughness. Cupping test on metal sheets-load deformation #hara#teristi#s, #upping load, #upping number. +ardness test on metals-\$rinell, Ci#1er and 9o#1well +ardness tests. &mpa#t test on metals-Charpy, &4od impa#t tests. (hear test on metals-dire#t shear strength, single shear, double shear. 2ests on heli#al springs-#ompression, tension springs-load deformation #hara#teristi#s, stiffness, shear stress , modulus of rigidity, energy. B. 2orsion test on beams-tor)ue and angle of twist #hara#teristi#s, shear stress, modulus of rigidity, energy. '. 2ests on wood-tension, #ompression and bending-load deformation #hara#teristi#s, Aoung0s modulus, modulus of rupture. ?. :atigue test -.. Metal forming > tension tes t > finding out n and 3. REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of Me#hani#al !ngineering

08M210 ENGINEERING PRACTICES 0021

-. 2. =. . G. I. B. 8elding - Metal ar# welding tools and e)uipment, exer#ises. :itting - 2ools, operations, exer#ises, types of Eoints. :oundry- 2ools, preparation of moulding sand, patterns, #ores, foundry exer#ises. Carpentry- 2ools, #arpentry pro#ess, #arpentry exer#ises, types of Eoints. ;ower 2ools- /emonstration of tools and operations. Ma#hine 2ools & - /emonstration of drilling ma#hine. Ma#hine 2ools && - /emonstration of Lathe.

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Ma#hine 2ools &&& - /emonstration of C,C Lathe and Ma#hining Center. "utomobile !ngineering - (tudy of "utomobile and ;ower 2ransmission. 8ood wor1ing - /emonstration of wood wor1ing ma#hinery and furniture manufa#turing. To !" 1%

08M312 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LABORATORY 0021

-. Cerifi#ation of @hm0s law and 3ir#hhoff0s laws. 2. Load test on /C series motor. =. Load test on three-phase indu#tion motor. . (tudy of half wave and full wave re#tifiers. G. 9C #oupled transistor amplifier. I. "ppli#ations of operational amplifier. B. (tudy of logi# gates and implementation of \$oolean fun#tions. '. &mplementation of binary adderF subtra#tor. ?. (tudy of programming of '.'G mi#ropro#essor -.. &nterfa#ing a stepper motor with '.'G mi#ropro#essor REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of !le#tri#al and !le#troni#s !ngineering.

SEMESTER 4
08M303 INDUSTRIAL METALLURGY 3003
CRYSTAL STRUCTURE* \$CC, :CC and +C; stru#ture- unit #ell >#rystallographi# planes and dire#tions, miller indi#es-#rystal imperfe#tions, point, line, planar and volume defe#ts >%rain si4e, "(2M grain si4e number ( ) MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND TESTING: Me#hanisms of plasti# deformation, slip and twinning- types of fra#ture > testing of materials under tension, #ompression and shear loads-hardness tests (\$rinell, Ci#1ers and 9o#1well). &mpa#t test &4od and #harpy, (-, #urves, fatigue and #reep test. +igh #y#le fatigue, Low #y#le fatigue, "xial fatigue, 9olling #onta#t fatigue, \$ending fatigue and 2orsional fatigue. ( ) NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING: ,on /estru#tive 2esting basi# prin#iples and testing method for 9adiographi# testing, <ltrasoni# testing, Magneti# parti#le inspe#tion and Li)uid penetrant inspe#tions, !ddy #urrent testing. ( ) CONSTITUTION OF ALLOYS AND PHASE DIAGRAMS: Constitution of alloys >solid solutions, substitutional and interstitial > phase diagrams, &somorphous, eute#ti#, perite#ti#, eute#toid and perite#toid rea#tions, &ron- &ron #arbide e)uilibrium diagram#lassifi#ation of steel and #ast iron mi#rostru#ture, properties and appli#ations. (') HEAT TREATMENT: /efinition > full annealing, stress relief, re#rystallisation and spheroidi4ing > normali4ing, hardening and 2empering of steel. &sothermal transformation diagrams >#ooling #urves superimposed on &.2.diagram CC9- hardenability, 7ominy end )uen#h test > "ustempering, martempering- #ase hardening, #arburi4ing, nitriding, #yaniding, #arbonitriding- :lame and &ndu#tion hardening. (I) FERROUS MATERIAL: !ffe#t of alloying additions on steel (Mn, (i, Cr, Mo, C 2i P 8) > stainless and tool steels >+(L"- maraging steels > %ray, 8hite malleable, spheroidal > %raphite > alloy #astirons. ( ) NON FERROUS MATERIALS: Copper, "luminium, ,i#1el, Magnesium, 2itanium, Lead, 2in. &mportant alloys >their #omposition properties and appli#ations. ( ) NON METALLIC MATERIALS: &ntrodu#tion to polymers, Composites and Cerami#s. ( )

SELECTION OF MATERIALS: :a#tors to be #onsidered for sele#tion of materials with spe#ifi# examples. Cost data of metals and alloys. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. 3enneth %.\$udins1i and Mi#hael 3. \$uins1i, 5!ngineering Materials6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia ;rivate Limited, th &ndian 9eprint, 2..2 REFERENCES: -. 8illiam / Callister, 5Material (#ien#e and !ngineering6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, -??B. 2. 9aghavan C, 5Materials (#ien#e and !ngineering6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia ;vt. Ltd., -???. =. (ydney + "vner, 5&ntrodu#tion to ;hysi#al Metallurgy6 M# %raw +ill \$oo1 Company, -?? .

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08M403 FLUID MACHINERY AND GAS DYNAMICSQQ 3 1 0 3&%

INTRODUCTION: !nergy transfer between fluid and a rotor. !ulerMs energy transfer e)uation. Components of energy transfer ( ) DEGREE OF REACTION: &mpulse and rea#tion type, effe#t of blade angle on degree of rea#tion and energy transfer. (pe#ifi# speed and its signifi#an#e. (G) HYDRAULIC TURBINE: &mpulse type-;elton wheel. 9ea#tion type-:ran#is, 3aplan and ;ropeller. ;rin#iples of operation of turbine #al#ulation of main dimensions, regulation and performan#e. /raft tube-fun#tion and types. Cavitation in turbines. (I) PUMPS: 9adial flow, axial flow and mixed flow pumps - ideal and a#tual slip, performan#e #al#ulation and determination of main dimensions. Cavitation in pumps, net positive su#tion head (,;(+), effe#t of speed. :luid #oupling and tor)ue #onverter. COMPRESSORS: 9adial flow and axial flow type. "erofoil analysis. (urge and stall. (G) ( )

STEAM TURBINES: 2ypes-single stage impulse and rea#tion type, G.R rea#tion. :low through no44les. ;erforman#e of single stage ma#hine. Compounding of turbines. (G) GAS TURBINE: @pen #y#le, #losed #y#le, methods of improving the effi#ien#y of a simple #y#le, multistage #ompression, inter#ooling, reheating and regeneration, effe#t of operating variables on thermal effi#ien#y, wor1 ratio. (G) GAS DYNAMICS* Ma#h number.\$asi#s of &sentropi#, :anno and 9ayleigh flows. ( )

'ET PROPULSION: 2urboEet-thrust, thrust power, propulsive effi#ien#y, thermal effi#ien#y, #ombustion #hambers and afterburners. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 3adambi and Manohar ;rasad, N"n &ntrodu#tion to !nergy ConversionN Col. &&&, 8iley !astern ;rivate Ltd, ,ew /elhi, -?? . 2. 9aEput 9 3, 52hermal !ngineering5, Laxmi ;ubli#ations, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. =. ,ag ; 3, 5!ngineering 2hermodynami#s6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, /elhi, 2.. . 9onald L ;anton, 5&n#ompressible :low6, 8iley &ndia, 2..G. REFERENCES: -. Aadav 9 A, N(team and %as 2urbinesN, Central ;ublishing +ouse, "llahabad, -?'B. 2. %ovinda 9ao , (, N:luid :low Ma#hinesN, 2ata M#%raw +ill publishing Company Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -?'=. =. (hephered / %, N;rin#iples of 2urbo Ma#hineryN, 2he Ma#millan Co., ,ew Aor1, -?GI. . /ixon ( L, N8or1ed !xamples in 2urboma#hineryN, ;ergamon ;ress, ,ew Aor1, -?BG. QQ - 2he #ourse in#ludes atleast one assignment with mathemati#al modeling and F or simulation of a pra#ti#al situation.

08M404 DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY 3 1 0 3&%

DYNAMIC FORCE ANALYSIS OF MECHANISM: &nertia for#e and / "lembert0s prin#iple. /ynami# for#e analysis of me#hanisms in#luding slider #ran1 me#hanism. (I) FLY\$HEEL: 2urning moment diagram-flu#tuation of energy and speed, weight of flywheel re)uired. (B)

BALANCING: \$alan#ing of revolving, re#ipro#ating masses in single plane and several planes-primary and se#ondary for#es and #ouples, balan#ing of multi#ylinder inline engine. \$alan#ing of C type of engines, dire#t and reverse #ran1 te#hni)ue. \$alan#ing ma#hines- field balan#ing, single and two planes. (') FREE VIBRATION: \$asi# features of vibratory systems-elements, degrees of freedom, single degree of freedom system. <ndamped free vibration-e)uation of motion, natural fre)uen#y. /amped free vibration, e)uation of motion, logarithmi# de#rement, #riti#al speed of shaft. (G) VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS AND CONTROL: (ele#tion of measuring instruments > a##elerometer > dynami# properties and sele#tion of stru#tural materials for vibration #ontrol. ( ) PROPERTIES OF VIBRATING SYSTEMS: :lexibility and stiffness matri#es, eigen values and ve#tors, Maxwell0s re#ipro#al theorem, introdu#tion to multi-degree-of-freedom systems. (2)

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FORCED VIBRATION: 9esponse to periodi# for#ing-for#ing by unbalan#e, support motion, for#e and amplitude transmissibility, for#e transmissibility, vibration isolation. ( ) TORSIONAL VIBRATION: 2orsional vibration of two and three rotor systems, geared systems, #riti#al speed, signature analysis, two degrees of freedom system. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 2. (higley 7 ! and <i#1er 7 7, 52heory of Ma#hines and Me#hanisms6, M#%raw +ill , ,ew /elhi, -??I. \$allaney ; L, 52heory of Ma#hines and Me#hanisms6, 3hanna ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2..G.

REFERENCES: -. \$evan 2, 52heory of Ma#hines6, 2hird !dition, C\$( ;ublishers and /istributors, ,ew /elhi, 2..2. 2. %hosh and Malli#1 " 3, 52heory of Ma#hines and Me#hanisms6, "ffiliated !ast 8est ;rivate Limited ,ew /elhi, -?''. =. 9attan ( (, 52heory of Ma#hines6, 2ata M# %raw +ill , ,ew /elhi, 2..G. . 9ao 7 ( and /u11ipatti 9 C, 5Me#hanism and Ma#hine 2heory6, ,ew "ge &nternational Limited , ,ew /elhi ,-??2. G. 7ohn +annah and (tephen 9 C, 5Me#hani#s of Ma#hines6, Civa low pri#ed student edition, ,ew /elhi, -???. I. 9ao ((, 5Me#hani#al Cibrations6, "ddision 8esley Longman, ,ew /elhi, -??G. B. /ere1 ,orfield, 5;ra#ti#al \$alan#ing of 9otating Ma#hinery6, !lsevier &nternational ;roEe#ts Ltd, 2..I. '. ,i#holas ; Cheremisinoff, 5,oise Control in &ndustry* " ;ra#ti#al %uide6, ,oyes ;ubli#ations, 8illiam "ndres ;ublishing, 2..=. ?. 3ameswara 9ao , ( C, 5Me#hani#al Cibrations of !lasti# (ystems6, "sian \$oo1s ;vt. Ltd., 2..I. -.. %raham 3elly (, 5:undamentals of Me#hani#al Cibrations6, M#graw +ill, &n#, 2.... --. 9ao C /u11ipati and (rinivas 7 52extboo1 of Me#hani#al Cibrations6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia, 2..G. -2. !rdman " % and (andor % ,, 5Me#hanism /esign, "nalysis and (ynthesis6, Col.&, ;+& &n#., -??B. QQ - 2he #ourse in#ludes atleast one assignment with mathemati#al modeling and F or simulation of a pra#ti#al situation.

08M%02 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS 4004

TRANSDUCER VARIABLES AND MEASUREMENT SIGNALS : 2hree stages of generali4ed measurement system > me#hani#al loading > stati# #hara#teristi#s of instruments- fa#tors #onsidered in sele#tion of instruments > #ommonly used terms, error analysis and #lassifi#ation > sour#es of error > fre)uen#y response > displa#ement transdu#ers > potentiometer, strain gauge > orientation of strain gauge, LC/2 > variable relu#tan#e transdu#ers, proximity sensors, #apa#itan#e transdu#ers, ta#ho generatorL smart sensors, integrated sensors, radio telemetry, tor)ue measurements, pre#ision systems li1e video dis#s and drives, laser printer et#., (') VIBRATION AND TEMPERATURE: !lementary a##elerometer and vibrometer > seismi# instrument for a##eleration > velo#ity measurement, pie4o ele#tri# a##elerometer, temperature measurement-li)uid in glass thermometer, pressure thermometer, resistan#e temperature dete#tor, them#ouples and thermopiles, thermistor, total radiation pyrometer, opti#al pyrometer > temperature measuring problem in flowing fluid. (') PRESSURE AND FLO\$ MEASUREMENT* Manometer, elasti# transdu#er, elasti# diaphragm transdu#er > pressure #ell, bul1 modulus pressure gauge > M# Leod gauge > thermal #ondu#tivity gauge, #alibration of pressure gauge, flow measurement > turbine type meter, hotwire anemometer, magneti# flow meterL li)uid level sensors, light sensors, sele#tion of sensors. (') CONTROL SYSTEM PRINCIPLE: \$asi# elements of #ontrol systems > open loop and #losed loop #ontrol > elements of #losed loop #ontrol system > introdu#tion to sampled data, digital #ontrol and multivariable #ontrol systems. !lements of lead and lag #ompensation, elements of proportional, integral - derivative (;&/) #ontrol. (') MODELLING OF SYSTEMS: Mathemati#al Model for me#hani#al and ele#tri#al system - 2ransfer fun#tion > transfer fun#tion of hydrauli# and pneumati# elements > flapper valve. 2ransfer fun#tion of / C %enerator, /C servomotor and "C servomotors, ta#ho generators, gear trains, potentiometers, syn#hros > 2ransfer fun#tion of #losed loop systems* determination of transfer fun#tion for position #ontrol, speed #ontrol system, temperature #ontrol system > blo#1 diagram redu#tion and signal flow graph. (') SYSTEM ANALYSIS * 2ypi#al test signals > time domain spe#ifi#ations > #hara#teristi# e)uation, time response of first order and se#ond order systems for step input > stability and roots of #hara#teristi# e)uations > roots of #hara#teristi# e)uations > 9outh +urwit4 stability #on#epts. (') SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISTION (SCADA+: @verview, ar#hite#ture, tools alarm, tag logging, history, report generation. Communi#ation proto#ols of (C"/", interfa#ing (C"/" with field devi#es. /istributed Control (ystems (/C(), ar#hite#ture, #ommuni#ation fa#ilities, operator and engineering interfa#es. (') To !" %3 TEXT BOO#S: -. \$e#1with 2 % and \$u#1 , L, 5Me#hani#al Measurements6, "ddition 8esley ;ublishing Company Limited, -??G.

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REFERENCES: -. 7ain 9 3, 5Me#hani#al and &ndustrial Measurements6, 3hanna ;ublishers, /elhi, -???. 2. 9angan, Mani and (harma, 5&nstrumentation6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . =. ,agarath & 7 and %opal M, 5Control (ystems !ngineering6, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers, 2..B. . C&M;L&C&2A (C"/" pa#1ages Manual, :anu# &ndia Ltd., 2.. . G. "lan ( Morris, 5Measurement and &nstrumentation ;rin#iples6, \$utterworth, 2..I. B. /omini)ue ;la#1o, 5:undamentals of &nstrumentation and Measurement6, &(2!, 2..B. '. 9egtien ;;L, 5Measurement (#ien#e for !ngineers6, 3ogan ;age, 2..G.

08M411 EXPERIMENTAL FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY 0 0 3 1&%

-. 2. =. . G. I. B. '. ?. -.. :low measurement using mouthpie#e and orifi#e. Calibration and #omparison of instruments for measuring flow through pipes-orifi#e, venturi meter, water meter and rotameter. Calibration and #omparison of open #hannel flow measuring instruments- C-not#h and re#tangular not#h. !xperiment on for#e indu#ed on the vane due to impa#t of Eets. Model study in wind tunnel. ;erforman#e test on single stage, multi stage and variable speed #entrifugal pumps. Load test on impulse water turbine. Load test on rea#tion water turbine and #ross flow turbine. ;erforman#e test on axial flow fan. ;erforman#e test on #entrifugal blower.

08M412 DYNAMICS LABORATORY 0021

-. 2. =. . G. I. B. '. ?. -.. (tati# and dynami# balan#ing using rotating unbalan#e test rig. ;reparation of #am displa#ement #urve and determination of Eump speed of a #am. /etermination of natural fre)uen#ies of transverse and torsional vibrations. (haft alignment testing. /etermination of pressure distribution in Eournal bearing. /etermination of #riti#al speed of shafts. Measurement of fri#tion and wear. /etermination of moment of inertia of #onne#ting rod and validation using software Measurement of radius of gyration of #ompound pendulum and validation using software. :ree fall drop impa#t testing for hand held produ#t.

08M413 METALLURGY LABORATORY 0 02 1

-. a. (tudy of Metallurgi#al Mi#ros#ope b. (pe#imen preparation for metallographi# studies 2. (tudy of unet#hed %rey #ast iron, (% iron and Malleable #ast iron. =. (tudy of et#hed %rey #ast iron, (% iron and Malleable #ast iron . (tudy of low #arbon steel and medium #arbon steel G. (tudy of high #arbon steel and white #ast iron. I. (tudy of hardened steel and #ase #arburi4ed steel B. (tudy of tool steel and stainless steel. '. (tudy of "& and Cu alloys ?. &n#lusion rating -.. Case studies of Metallurgi#al failure analysis. REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of Metallurgi#al !ngineering

08M420 INDUSTRIAL VISIT CUM LECTURE 0021

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Cisits to lo#al industries will be arranged by the department to study the industrial pra#ti#es. Le#tures by experts will be arranged to gain exposure to the trends in design, manufa#turing and )uality #ontrol in industries.

SEMESTER %
08M401 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY I 4004
FOUNDRY EQUIPMENTS AND MATERIALS: pro#edures. Core ma1ing, melting furna#es. ;atterns. Moulds-types of moulds, moulding sand #hara#teristi#s and testing (?)

PRODUCTION OF CASTINGS* ;ro#esses-shell moulding, investment #astings, #entrifugal #astings, die #asting. %ating and risering. :ettling and #leaning of #asting. &nspe#tion and testing of #astings. Casting defe#ts and remedies. (?) GAS \$ELDING: @xy-a#etylene welding, types of flames, welding tor#hes, welding te#hni)ues. (G) ARC \$ELDING AND RESISTANCE \$ELDING: "r# welding-#arbon ar#, shielded metal ar#, submerged ar#, 2&% and M&% welding. 8elding ele#trodes-fun#tion and #hara#teristi#s of ele#trode #oating. 9esistan#e welding-spot, seam, proEe#tion and butt welding, heat flow in welded #omponents. @ther welding pro#ess, Laser beam welding, !le#tron beam welding. :ri#tion welding, :ri#tion stir welding and <ltra soni# welding. (-.) METAL FORMING PROCESSES: Cold and hot wor1ing, rolling, drawing, extrusion and forging, sheet metal #utting, bending. /rawing appli#ations, defe#ts. 2ypes of presses. (?) SPECIAL FORMING METHODS: !xplosive forming, ele#tro magneti# forming, ele#tro hydrauli# forming, powder metallurgy pro#ess, #omposite mouldings. (?) INTRODUCTION TO SOFT\$ARE FOR MANUFACTURING APPLICATIONS * Metal forming and flow analysis software (for metalli# Fplasti# #omponents). (G) To !" %3 TEXT BOO#S: -. +eine 9 8, Loper C 9 and 9osenthal ; C, 5;rin#iples of Metal Casting6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..G. 2. 9ao ; ,, 5Manufa#turing 2e#hnology6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -??'. =. 3hanna @ ;, 58elding 2e#hnology6, /hanpat 9ai and (ons, ,ew /elhi, -?? . . 3alpa1Eian,6 Manufa#turing !ngineering and 2e#hnology6, "ddison-8esley ;ublishing Company, in#.,2hird !dition, -??G. REFERENCES: -. 2. =. . G. I. B. (M!, 52ool and Manufa#turing !ngineers +andboo16, Col.,2, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co., ,ew Aor1, -?' . ;armar 9 (, 58elding ;ro#esses and 2e#hnology6, 3hanna ;ublishers, /elhi, -??2. 3rishna 3 Chawla, 5Composite Materials-(#ien#e and !ngineering6, (pringer Cerlag, ,ew Aor1, -?'B. 8illiam 3 /alton, %regg \$ru#e 9, 5Modern Materials and Mnufa#turing ;ro#esses6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..B. !lan#he4hian C, CiEaya 9amnath \$, 5Manufa#turing 2e#hnology > -6, Laxmi ;ubli#ation, 2..G. ;eter \$eeley, 5:oundry 2e#hnology6, \$utterworth, (e#ond !dition, 2..G. \$aldev 9aE and (han1ar C, 58elding 2e#hnology :or !ngineers6, ,arosa \$oo1 /istributors ;vt. Ltd., 2..I.

08O301 TRANSFORMS AND COMPLEX ANALYSIS 3 2 04

TRANSFORM METHODS: Con#ept of 2ransformation > e xamples for 2ransformation. (2)

LAPLACE TRANSFORM: /efinition > 2ransforms of standard fun#tions > 2ransform of unit step fun#tion > /ira# -/elta fun#tion2ransforms of derivatives and integrals > 2ransforms of ;eriodi# fun#tions > &nverse Lapla#e transform > Convolution theorem > m ethod of solving ordinary linear differential e)uations with #onstant #oeffi#ient by Lapla#e transform te#hni)ue. (ome appli#ations to engineering problems. (-.) FOURIER TRANSFORM: :ourier integrals > :ourier transform > :inite and infinite :ourier sine and Cosine transform > 2ransforms of standard fun#tions > properties, Convolution theorem((tatement only) > /is#rete :ourier and :ast :ourier 2ransforms > /is#rete #onvolution > periodi# se)uen#e and #ir#ular #onvolution > /is#rete :ourier transform > de#imation- in-time algorithm > #omputation of inverse /:2. (-.)

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56TRANSFORM: D- transform of standard fun#tions, inverse D-transform (;artial fra#tion expansions) > properties of D > transform > (olution of differen#e e)uations. (') COMPLEX VARIABLES : "nalyti# fun#tions > Cau#hy 9eimann e)uations in #artesian and polar > #oordinates > statement of suffi#ient #onditions > properties of analyti# fun#tions > finding analyti# fun#tion whose real F imaginary part is given > #onformal mapping , \$ilinear map > study of mappings w K exp(4), sin4, #os4 , sinh4 , #osh4, -F4, 4S1F4 > #omplex integration > Cau#hy0s fundamental theorem and formula- 2aylor0s series > Laurent0s series ((tatement only) > (ingularities > 9esidue theorem > Cau#hy0s lemma and 7ordan0s Lemma ((tatement only) > evaluation of real integrals using #ontour integration along semi #ir#le and unit #ir#le. (-2) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. !rwin 3reys4ig, 5"dvan#ed !ngineering Mathemati#s6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, 2..-. 2. 9obert ". %abel, 9i#hard ". 9oberts, 5(ignals and Linear systems6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, -??G. =. 9ay 8ylie C, Louis C \$arret, 5"dvan#ed !ngineering Mathemati#s6, M#%raw-+ill, 2..-. . 9iley 3 :, +obson M ; and \$en#e ( 7, 5Mathemati#al Methods for ;hysi#s and !ngineering6, Cambridge <niversity, 2.. .

08O302 ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS 3003

INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS: /efinitions > (#ope and (ignifi#an#e of !#onomi#s in /e#ision Ma1ing > Carious !#onomi# 2ools and 2e#hni)ues. (2) CALCULATING PERCENT CHANGE AND COMPOUNDED GRO\$TH RATES: (ome Mathemati#al Con#epts and "nalyti#al 2ools. (=) ECONOMIC THEORY OF CONSUMER DEMAND: Law of /emand > /eterminants of /emand > !x#eptions to Law of /emand !lasti#ity of /emand > Carious types of !lasti#ity and measurements of ;ri#e !lasti#ity and /emand :ore#asting Methods and its "ppli#ations. Law of (upply > !lasti#ity of (upply > /eterminants of !lasti#ity of (upply. (I) ECONOMIC THEORY OF THE FIRM (Co) 78+: (&nput Mar1ets) > ;rodu#tion :un#tion > :a#tors influen#ing ;rodu#tion > Cobb/ouglas ;rodu#tion :un#tion > !#onomies of (#ale > 9eturns to (#ale > Cost "nalysis - Carious Cost Con#epts - Cost @utput 9elationship and (hort 9un and Long 9un. (I) MAR#ET STRUCTURE AND COMPETITION: Carious :orms of Mar1et (tru#ture > ;erfe#t Competition - &mperfe#t Competition > Monopoly > Monopolisti# > @ligopoly > ;ri#ing (trategies and ;ri#e /is#rimination in various Mar1et (tru#tures. ( ) MAR#ET FAILURES AND GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION IN THE MAR#ET ECONOMY: \$asi# :un#tions of %overnment > Mar1et !ffi#ien#y > 2ools of %overnment &ntervention. ( ) INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS: (Measuring "ggregate @utput) Meaning > @bEe#tive and &ssues of Ma#roe#onomi#s,ational @utput Con#ept > %/;, %,;, ,,;, ;er Capita &n#ome, /isposable &n#ome, ;ersonal /isposable &n#ome > Carious Methods of Measuring ,ational &n#ome - &nflation > /eflation. (G) AGGREGATE EXPENDITURES AND FISCAL POLICY: (:is#al ;oli#y) @bEe#tives of :is#al ;oli#y > &nstruments of :is#al ;oli#y > 2axation. +ighlights of Current :is#al ;oli#y. (I) MONEY AND BAN#ING: (Monetary ;oli#y) :un#tions of Money - Calue of Money - @bEe#tives and instruments of Monetary ;oli#y > +ighlights of Current Monetary ;oli#y > \$an1ing > 2ypes of \$an1s - Central \$an1 and Commer#ial \$an1s - @bEe#tives and :un#tions of Central \$an1 and Carious 2ypes of Commer#ial \$an1s and &ts :un#tions. ( ) ECONOMIC GRO\$TH: Meaning > \$enefits and Costs of %rowth. (2) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. ;aul " (amuelson and 8illiam / ,ordhaus, 5!#onomi#s6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..B. REFERENCES: -. 3arl ! Case and 9ay C :air, 5;rin#iples of !#onomi#s6, ;renti#e +all, 2..'. 2. Misra ( 3 and ;uri C 3, 5!#onomi# !nvironment of \$usiness6, +imalaya ;ublishing +ouse, ,ew /elhi, 2..2. =. 9i#hard % Lipsey, Colin +arbury 8eidenfeld and ,i#olson, 5;rin#iples of !#onomi#s6, London, -??..

08M402 APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS 3 1 0 3&%

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BASIC CONCEPTS OF THERMODYNAMICS: (ystem, property, state and e)uilibrium, pro#ess and #y#le, wor1, heat and other forms of energy. Deroth law and appli#ation, first law statement, appli#ations to #losed and open systems, general energy e)uation and appli#ations to thermal e)uipments. (') SECOND LA\$ OF THERMODYNAMICS: (tatements6heat engines and heat pump, reversibility, Carnot #y#le and Carnot theorem ( ) ENTROPY: Clausius theorem, Clausius ine)uality, prin#iple of in#rease in entropy, 2-( relations, availability and irreversibility ( )

PROPERTIES OF PURE SUBSTANCE: ;ure substan#e, phase-#hange pro#esses, property diagram for phase pro#esses, properties table, Mollier #hart. ( ) VAPOUR PO\$ER CYCLE : 9an1ine and modified 9an1ine #y#le, 9eheat #y#le, 9egenerative #y#le, 9eheat- 9egenerative #y#le, \$inary vapour #y#le (I) PROPERTIES OF IDEAL GASES AND REAL GASES: &deal gas e)uation, evaluation of wor1 and heat, entropy #hanges, real gases, Can der 8aals e)uation, #ompressibility - universal #ompressibility #hart and general thermodynami# relations. (I) PSYCHROMETRY: ;roperties > atmospheri# air, psy#hrometry Chart. ( )

THERMODYNAMIC CYCLES: "ir standard #y#les-@tto #y#le, /iesel #y#le, /ual #y#le, #omparison of @tto, diesel, and /ual Cy#le \$rayton #y#le. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. Cenge A "l and \$oles M " N2hermodynami#s, "n !ngineering "pproa#h6 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..=. 2. ,ag ; 3, 5!ngineering 2hermodynami#s6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, /elhi, 2.. . REFERENCES: -. +olman 7 ;, 52hermodynami#s6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, -??'. 2. (onntag 9 !, \$orgna11e C and Can 8ylen % 7,5:undamentals of !ngineering 2hermodynami#s6, 7ohn 8iley, 2..=. =. 9ogers % : C and Mayhew A 9, 5!ngineering 2hermodynami#s 8or1 and +eat 2ransfer 6, ;earson, 2..=. . 3othandaraman C ; and /om1undwar (, 5!ngineering 2hermodynami#s, ;art &, /hanpat 9ai and (ons, /elhi, 2.. . G. 7ohn ; @ Connell and +aile 7 M, 52hermodynami#s :undamentals for "ppli#ations6, Cambridge. I. Aunus " Cengel and Mi#hael " \$oles, 52hermodynam#is and !ngineering "pproa#h6, 2M+. B. 7ones 7 \$ and /ugan 9 !, 5!ngineering 2hermodynam#is6, ;rention +all &ndia. '. !ugene (ilberstein, 5+eat ;umps6, 2homson.

08M%03 METROLOGY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE 3003

BASICS OF MEASUREMENT AND DEVICES: /efinition of metrology, e#onomi#s of measurement, measurement as a #omparative pro#ess, dimensional properties, terminology and a##ura#y of measurement, measuring errors, "bbe0s ;rin#iple, ;rin#iple of interferometry- flatness testing, opti#al interferometer, laser interferometer. +olography and spe#1le metrology. (I) QUALITY STANDARDS: %eneral #ares and rules in measurement, &nternational standardi4ation, (& units and )uantities, \$&(- ,;L > advantages, &(@ ?... )uality standards, J( ?... standards, !nvironment standards, metrology room measuring standards room. (G) LINEAR MEASUREMENTS: Material length standards >line and end measurement > #alibration of end bars, datum and referen#e surfa#es, surfa#e plates, gauges > feeler gauges, mi#rometers , dial test indi#ator, slip gauges, #are of gauge blo#1s, Comparatorsme#hani#al, ele#tri#al, opti#al and pneumati#, opti#al proEe#tor. (G) GEOMETRICAL MEASUREMENT: "ngular measurement > plain vernier and opti#al protra#tors, sine bar, opti#al instruments, flatness, parallelism and roundness measurement, need for limit gauge, design of plug gague, 2aylor0s prin#iple, three basi# types of limit gauges, surfa#e texture, reasons for #ontrolling surfa#e texture, parameters used , spe#ifi#ation of surfa#e texture, drawing and symbols, 2omilson surfa#e meter. CMM. (I) METROLOGY OF MACHINE ELEMENTS: 2ypes of s#rew threads, terminology, proportions of &(@ metri# thread, measurement of maEor, minor and effe#tive diameters. %ear terminology and standard proportions, spur gear measurement, #he#1ing of #omposite errors, base pit#h measurement, #lean room environment. (I) MACHINE INSTALLATION AND TESTING: !)uipment ere#tion, #ommissioning, testing pro#edure for lathe, milling, #ontinuous pro#ess line. :irst aid, safety pre#autions in installation of e)uipment, proto#ol for repair and testing, inspe#tion #he#1 list. (G) STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL: ;ro#ess #apability, steps in using #ontrol #harts, basi# prin#iples of lot sampling > sampling inspe#tion, single and double sampling, determination of sample si4e, @C #urves, "@J, "\$C standards. ( ) QUALITY CONTROL CHARTS: 2ypes, manufa#turing spe#ifi#ations, p #hart, np #hart, # #hart, u #hart, O and 9 #hart > solving problems using the #harts. /esign of tool for inspe#tion, gauging design of plug, snap gauges, thread gauges. %auge repeatability and reprodu#ibility studies. (G)

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To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. %upta & C, 5" text boo1 of !ngineering Metrology6, /hanpat 9ai publi#ations, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. 2. 7ain 9 3, 5Me#hani#al and &ndustrial Measurements6, 3hanna ;ublishers Co Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -?'G. =. +olmen 7 ;, 5!xperimental Methods for !ngineers6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ubli#ations Co Ltd, 2.. . . 7ohn % ,ee, 5:undamentals of 2ool /esign6 (o#iety of Manufa#turing !ngineers, :ourth !dition, -??'. G. /omini)ue ;la#1o, 5Metrology in &ndustry* 2he 3ey for Juality6, &(2!, 2..B. REFERENCES: -. ,arayana 3 , 5!ngineering Metrology6, (#ite#h ;ubli#ation, 2..I. 2. 3anis1a \$edi, 5Juality Management6, @xford <niversity ;ress, Chennai, 2..B.

08M%10 SENSOR INTERFACE LABORATORY 0021

-. 2. = . G. I. B. '. ?. -.. &nterfa#ing of 2hermo #ouple, 92/ and thermistor with ;C &nterfa#ing of LC/2 with ;C &nterfa#ing of ;:CC and :low (ensor with ;C &nterfa#ing of ;ie4o > ele#tri# a##elerometer with ;C and Mi#rophone and performing order analysis &nspe#tion using Cision (ystem Measurement of for#e using proving ring Measurement of strain using 8heatstone bridge and interfa#e with ;C Control system exer#ise using ;C- stepper motor level ;rogramming motion #ontrol system for robot using ;C and a#ousti# sensors ;rodu#t 9:/ identifi#ation using system identifi#ation of a single degree of freedom setup,

08M%11 METROLOGY LABORATORY 0021

-. 2. = . G. I. B. '. ?. -.. --. -2. (i) %ear roll testing (ii) gear #on#entri#ity testing (i) Measurement of gear profile using opti#al profile proEe#tor (ii) measurement of thread using thread #omparator (i) "ngular measurement using sine bar (ii) measurement using laser mi#rometer (i) (urfa#e finish measurement of ma#hined #omponents (ii) measurement using height master, height gauge 2ool geometry measurement using tool ma1ers mi#ros#ope %auge repeatability and reprodu#ibility 9 P 9 study exer#ise. " study of #o-ordinate measuring ma#hine, pneumati# #omparator, laser interferometer Measurement of internal, external tapers, standard sphere, pin. \$ore measurement using bore dial guage, go-no go gauges. (#rew thread metrology - =- wire method. "##eptan#e test for lathe as per standards "uto #ollimator for form measurement

08M%12 MANUFACTURING PROCESS LABORATORY II 0021

-. 2. =. . G. I. B. '. ?. -.. &nternal and external dovetail ma#hining using shaper !xperiment in spar1 erosion pro#ess !xperiment in surfa#e grinding and #ylindri#al grinding pro#esses !xperiment in tool grinding > single point and multi point tools !xperiment in spur gear milling !xperiment in 1eyway slotting !xperiment in spur gear shaping !xperiment in spline milling and po#1et milling !xperiment in milling maximum s)uare and hexagon on ea#h end of M ( 9od. Measurement of #utting for#es using tool dynamometer.

REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of Me#hani#al !ngineering.

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SEMESTER 3
08M%01 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY II 4004
THEORY OF METAL CUTTING: &ntrodu#tion, me#hani#s of metal #utting, orthogonal and obli)ue #utting, mer#hants e)uation, #hip formation, heat generation, #utting fluids, #utting tool life - re#ent developments and appli#ations (/ry ma#hining and high speed ma#hining). . (') TOOLS AND MACHINE TOOLS: Cutting tool materials, #utting tool nomen#lature, introdu#tion to ma#hine tools, lathe, shaper, planing, milling, drilling and boring ma#hines, wor1ing prin#iple, operations, wor1 holding devi#es. (-.) MANUFACTURE OF COMPONENTS: ;rodu#tion of axi-symmetri#al #omponents- shafts, hubs, pins. ;rodu#tion of prismati# #omponents- housings, lathe beds, gearboxes, ma#hine #olumns. +ole produ#tion in #omponents using drilling and boring. (I) SURFACE FINISHING PROCESSES: %rinding ma#hines, grinding wheel spe#ifi#ation, honing, lapping, burnishing, super finishing surfa#e integrity #on#epts. (I) GEAR MANUFACTURING: %ear manufa#turing pro#esses-gear welding, gear hobbing, shaping ma#hines, manufa#ture of spur, heli#al, bevel, worm and worm wheel. %ear finishing. (B) ECONOMICS OF MACHINING: Cal#ulation of ma#hining time for turning, drilling, shaping, milling and grinding, #ost estimation. %eneral prin#iples of e#onomi#s of ma#hining. !#onomi# tool life, optimal #utting speed for maximum produ#tion, estimation of ma#hine hour rate and ma#hining #ost #omputations. (B) NON 6 TRADITIONAL MACHINING: ,eed for non-traditional ma#hining, ultrasoni# ma#hining, abrasive Eet ma#hining, laser beam ma#hining, e)uipments, appli#ations, advantages and limitations. Mi#roma#hining and its appli#ations. (I) THERMAL MACHINING PROCESS: !le#tron beam ma#hining, ele#tri# dis#harge ma#hining, ele#tri# dis#harge wire #utting, ele#tro #hemi#al ma#hining, ele#tro #hemi#al grinding, e)uipments, appli#ations, advantages and limitations. (I) To !" %3 TEXT BOO#S: -. \$hatta#harya ", 5,ew 2e#hnology6, &! ;ublishing, ,ew /elhi, -?' . 2. Milton C (haw, 5Metal Cutting ;rin#iples6, Clarendon ;ress, @xford, -???. =. (ingh / 3 5Manufa#turing 2e#hnology6, ;earson !du#ation, 2.. . . 3alpa1Eian,6 Manufa#turing !ngineering and 2e#hnology6, "ddison 8esley ;ublishing Company &n#., 2hird !dition, -??G. REFERENCES: -. +M2, 5;rodu#tion 2e#hnology6 2ata M#%raw-+ill Co., ,ew /elhi, -??'. 2. 7ames \$rown, 5"dvan#ed Ma#hining 2e#hnology +andboo16, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Company, ,ew Aor1, -??'. =. "(M, 5+andboo1 on Metals6, Col. =, M#%raw- +ill \$oo1 Company, ,ew Aor1, -?? . . ;andey ; C, 5Modern Ma#hining ;ro#esses6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ubli#ations Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -??=. G. !dward M 2rent, ;aul 3 8right, 5Metal Cutting6, \$utterworth, :ourth !dition, 2..I. I. "nne Marie +abra1en, 5Material :orming ;ro#esses6, &(2!, 2..B. B. %ermaine ,efussi, Mir#ea ;redeleanu and "rnaud ;oitou, 5;redi#tion of /efe#ts in Material ;ro#essing6, 3ogan ;age, 2.. .

08M%04 DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS I 3 1 0 3&%

TORQUE MEASUREMENTS: ;re#ision systems li1e video dis#s and drives, laser printer et#. (2)

STRESS ANALYSIS: 2ypes of stresses, stress-strain diagram in tension, me#hani#al properties of materials, stati# stress e)uation in axial, bending and torsional loading, #riteria for failure, fa#tor of safety. (=) COMBINED STRESSES: Combination of normal stresses, e##entri# loading of members, #ombination of normal and shear stresses, prin#ipal stresses, theories of failure. ( )

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VARIABLE LOADS: Me#hanism of fatigue failure (in brief)-fatigue limit and fatigue strength, (-, #urves, types of stress variations, terminology, (oderberg, %oodman and %erber e)uations, stress raisers, stress #on#entration fa#tor, not#h sensitivity fa#tor, fa#tors affe#ting fatigue limit, finite life, e)uivalent stress, #ombined variable stress. (G) AN OVERVIE\$ OF FRACTURE MECHANICS DESIGN * 2hree modes of #ra#1 opening, stress intensity fa#tor, signifi#an#e of fra#ture me#hani#s in design. (2) DESIGN OF SHAFTS AND COUPLINGS: :or#es on shafts due to gears, belts and #hains, estimation of shaft si4e based on strength and #riti#al speed. Couplings-types and appli#ations, /esign of s)uare 1eys-use of standards, rigid #ouplings, flexible flange #ouplings - sele#tion. (G) SPRINGS: +eli#al springs and leaf springs-stresses and defle#tion in round wire heli#al springs-a##ounting for variable stresses#on#entri# springs. /esign of leaf springs- stress and defle#tion e)uation. (G) RIVETED AND \$ELDED 'OINTS: (trength e)uations, effi#ien#y, design of riveted Eoints-Eoints of uniform strength, e##entri#ally loaded riveted Eoints. 2ypes of welded Eoints-weld symbols, strength of welds, #entrally loaded, unsymmetri#al se#tions, axially loaded, e##entri#ally loaded Eoints. (G) BOLTED 'OINTS: !lementary treatment only (not for examination purposes) (2)

SLIDING CONTACT BEARINGS: 2heory of lubri#ation, hydrodynami# bearings, (ommerfield number, design of hydrodynami# bearings. (G) ROLLING CONTACT BEARINGS: (tati# and dynami# load #apa#ity, #ubi# mean load, variable load, probability of survival, sele#tion of deep groove and angular #onta#t ball bearings. ( ) To !" 42 No ,: /esignF(ele#tion of ma#hine elements will be based on estimated loads and other design re)uirements #olle#ted by the student from field data with extensive support from manufa#turers #atalogues (wherever appli#able). TEXT BOO#S: -. 9obert L Mott, NMa#hine !lements in Me#hani#al /esignN, Ma#millan ;ublishing Co., London, -??2. 2. 9obert L ,ortan, 5Ma#hine /esign-"n &ntegrated "pproa#h6, ;earson ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. REFERENCES: -. \$andari C \$, N/esign of Ma#hine !lements N, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishers Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..=. 2. (higley and Mis#h1e, NMe#hani#al !ngineering /esignN, M#%raw +ill ;ublishers Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2.... =. :a#ulty of Me#hani#al !ngineering, ;(% College of 2e#hnology, N/esign /ata \$oo1N, MFs. /;C ;rinters, Coimbatore, 2.... . 7ohn M \$arson and (tanely 2 9olfe, 5:ra#ture and :atigue Control in (tru#tures6, ;renti#e-+all &n#., ,ew 7ersey, -?'B. G. 7a#obson \$ @, \$ernard 7 +amro#1 and (teven 9 (#hmid, 5:undamentals of Ma#hine !lements 6, M#graw +ill, &n#., (e#ond !dition, 2..I.

08M%0% THERMAL ENGINEERING 3 1 0 3&%

I C ENGINES: Classifi#ation. ;rin#iple and wor1ing of four stro1e and two stro1e petrol and diesel engines with p-v and valve timing diagrams. Comparison of petrol and diesel engines - two stro1e and four stro1e engines. (G) FUEL SUPPLY AND IGNITION SYSTEM: 8or1ing prin#iples of simple and modern #arburetors with modifi#ations for variable speed, load operation. /iesel fuel pumps and inEe#tor-wor1ing prin#iple-engine lubri#ation and #ooling. \$attery and #oil, magneto type and ele#troni# systems. "lternate fuels- bio fuels environment friendly fuels. (G) TESTING AND PERFORMANCE: 2esting of &C engines-#onstant speed and variable speed tests, methods of estimating indi#ated power, bra1e power, volumetri# effi#ien#y. +eat balan#e test. (I) COMBUSTION ENGINEERING: Combustion pro#ess-1no#1ing, detonation, Cetane and @#tane numbers. +eating value-li)uids and gaseous fuels, #ombustion. 8an1el engine-rotor and stator geometry, advantages and limitations. !nvironmental pollution. ( ) REFRIGERATION: Methods of refrigeration-air refrigeration, \$ell Coleman #y#le, vapour #ompression refrigeration #y#le, use of 2s diagrams, under-#ooling and superheating. ;erforman#e #al#ulations of air and vapour #ompression refrigeration systems. (tudy of absorption refrigeration system and #omparison of various refrigeration #y#les. 9efrigerants - types and properties. (G) AIR6CONDITIONING: 9e)uirements for #omfort and industrial air-#onditioning, air washer, by-pass fa#tor, summer and winter air #onditioning systems. (G) SINGLE STAGE RECIPROCATING COMPRESSOR: 8or1ing prin#iple-effe#t of #learan#e on volumetri# effi#ien#y, e)uations for shaft wor1 and effi#ien#ies. (G) MULTISTAGE RECIPROCATING AND ROTARY COMPRESSORS: 8or1ing prin#iple, inter-#ooler, optimum intermediate pressure in a two stage #ompressor and performan#e of multi-stage #ompressor. 9otary positive displa#ement #ompressor- types,

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performan#e #al#ulations. "ir motor- performan#e. AN OVERVIE\$ OF PO\$ER PLANTS TEXT BOO#S: -. 3othandaraman C ; and /om1undwar (, N2hermodynami#s and 2hermal !ngineeringN, /hanpat9ai and (ons, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . 2. 9udramoorthy 9, N2hermal !ngineeringN, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishers Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..=. REFERENCES: -. %anesan C, N&nternal Combustion !ngineN, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishers Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -??G. 2. Colin 9 :erguson, N&nternal Combustion !nginesN, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew Aor1, -?'I. =. !dward : @bert, N&nternal Combustion !nginesN, &nters#ien#e ;ublishers, -?B-. . Mathur M L, (harma 9 ;, 5&nternal Combustion !ngines6, /hanpat 9ai and (ons, /elhi, -??B.

08M%13 THERMAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 0 0 3 1&%

-. 2. =. . G. I. B. '. ?. -.. --. !xperimental study on valve timing diagram in -stro1e engine #ut model !xperimental study on port timing diagram in 2-stro1e engine #ut model ;erforman#e test on #onstant speed -stro1e diesel engine Cariable speed test on multi-#ylinder diesel engine +eat balan#e test on -stro1e diesel engine ;erforman#e test on #onstant speed single #ylinder petrol engine ;erforman#e test on high pressure two stage re#ipro#ating air #ompressor ;erforman#e testing of boilers &C engine performan#e evaluation using ;C interfa#e !xperiment of heating, ventilation and air #onditioning unit !xperiment on 9efrigeration tutor

08M410 MANUFACTURING PROCESS LABORATORY I 0021

-. 2. =. . G. I. B. '. ?. -.. :a#ing and step turning operation /rilling and taper turning %rooving, #hamfering and 1nurling 2hread #utting operation > external and internal :ield study involving a#tual measurement of #utting time inturning, drilling and #omparing with theoreti#al #al#ulations !##entri# turning ;in and bush assembly for +' e' #learan#e fit (mooth #ontour ma#hining /emonstration of press operations /ismantling and assembly of tailsto#1

REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of Me#hani#al !ngineering.

SEMESTER 9
08M302 MECHATRONIC SYSTEM DESIGN 4004
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION: :undamental #on#epts in manufa#turing and automation, definition of automation, reasons for automating. 2ypes of produ#tion and types of automation, automation strategies, levels of automation. &ntrodu#tion to +M& systems > text display, tou#h panels and integrated displays. (G)

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TRANSFER LINES AND AUTOMATED ASSEMBLY: %eneral terminology and analysis, analysis of transfer lines without storage, partial automation. "utomated flow lines with storage buffers. "utomated assembly-design for automated assembly, types of automated assembly systems, part feeding devi#es, analysis of multi-station assembly ma#hines. "(F9(, 9:&/ system, "%Cs, modular fixturing. :low line balan#ing. (G) PNEUMATIC CONTROL: Components, #onstru#tional details, filter, lubri#ator, regulator, #onstru#tional features, types of #ylinders, #ontrol valves for dire#tion, pressure and flow, air motors, air hydrauli# e)uipments. (I) PNEUMATIC CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN: %eneral approa#h to #ontrol system design, symbols and drawings, s#hemati# layout, travel step diagram, #ir#uit, #ontrol modes, program #ontrol, se)uen#e #ontrol, #as#ade method, 3arnaugh-Ceit#h mapping. (I) PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS: \$asi# stru#ture, inputFoutput programming, timers, relays, #ounters, analogue inputFoutput, interfa#ing with ;C, pneumati# se)uen#ing, #ontrol problem using ;LC. (B) PROGRAMMABLE AUTOMATION: Computer ,umeri#al Control-basi# theory, advantages of numeri#al #ontrol. @pen and #losed loop systems, information flow and #oding theory. Classifi#ation of C,C ma#hine tools. (pe#ial design features of C,C systems and features for lathes and ma#hining #enters. /rive system for C,C ma#hine tools. &ntrodu#tion to C&ML #ondition monitoring of manufa#turing systems. (B) CNC PART PROGRAMMING: Manual and #omputer aided part programming-% and M fun#tions, #anned #y#les. %eneration using C"M software. (') ROBOTIC SYSTEMS: \$asi# stru#ture of a robot>robot end effe#tors. Classifi#ation of robots>a##ura#y, resolution and repeatability of a robot. /rives and #ontrol systems>me#hani#al #omponents of robots>sensors and vision systems. 2ransdu#ers and sensorsta#tile sensors, proximity sensors and range sensors, vision systems. 9obot motion #ontrol and robot programming. (I) DESIGN OF MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS: (tages in design, traditional and me#hatroni# design, possible design solutions. Case studies-pi#1 and pla#e robot, engine management system. (I) To !" %3 TEXT BOO#S: -. Mi1ell ; %roover, 5"utomation ;rodu#tion (ystems and Computer- &ntegrated Manufa#turing6 ;earson !du#ation, ,ew /elhi, 2..-. 2. 8emer /epper and 3urt (toll, 5;neumati# "ppli#ation6, 3emprath 9eihe, Cogel \$u#h Cerlag 8ur4butg, -?'B. =. \$olton 8, 5Me#hatroni#s5, ;earson !du#ation, (e#ond !dition, -???. . (teve : 3rar, 5Computer ,umeri#al Control (implified5, &ndustrial ;ress, 2..-. REFERENCES: -. Mi1ell ; %roover, N&ndustrial 9obots > 2e#hnology ;rogrammes and "ppli#ations6 , M#%raw +ill , ,ew Aor1, <(". 2.... 2. 8emer /eppert and 3urt (toll, 5;neumati# "ppli#ation6, 3emprath 9eihe, Covel Cerlag , 8ur4burg, -?BI. =. :esto 3 %, 5;neumati# 2ips6, :esto, %ermany, -?'B. . ,itaigour ;rem#hand Mahadi1, 5Me#hatroni#s6, 2ata M# %raw-+ill, ;ublishing Company, Ltd., 2..=. G. 9olf &sermann, 5Me#hatroni# (ystems :undamentals6, (pringer, 2..=. I. 7ohn 8 8ebb and 9onald " 9eis, 5;rogrammable Logi# Controllers6, ;renti#e +all, &n#., -???. B. 9obert + \$ishop, 5Me#hatroni#s* &ntrodu#tion6, 2aylor and :rani#s, 2..I. '. ;eter (mid, 5C,C ;rogramming 2e#hni)ues* "n &nsiderMs %uide to !ffe#tive Methods and "ppli#ations6, &ndustrial ;ress, 2..I. ?. 8isama 3halil and !tienne /ombre, 59obot Mainpulators Modeling, ;erforman#e "nalysis and Control6, &(2!, 2..B. -.. Mar1 8 (pong and (eth +ut#hinson, 59obot Modeling and Control6, 8iley-&ndia ;vt. Ltd., 2..I.

08M303 HEAT AND MASS TRANSFERQQ 3 1 0 3&%

MODES OF HEAT TRANSFER: :ourier law of heat #ondu#tion, three-dimensional, heat #ondu#tion, e)uations in various #oordinate systems, steady state heat #ondu#tion e)uation for plane, #ylindri#al and spheri#al shapes, Criti#al radius of insulation, single layer and multi layer-film #o-effi#ient. (I) STEADY HEAT CONDUCTION: Cariable thermal #ondu#tivity, heat transfer with heat generation in different shapes. !xtended surfa#es (fins)-numeri#al methods for varying se#tions of fins with different end #onditions. (G) UNSTEADY HEAT CONDUCTION: Lumped parameter systems, infinite solids, semi-infinite solids, numeri#al and graphi#al methods, periodi# heating. (G) CONCEPTS OF BOUNDARY LAYER: /ifferential and integral e)uations for hydrodynami#s and thermal boundary layer. (=)

CONVECTION HEAT TRANSFER: :or#ed +eat transfer from flat plate, laminar and turbulent flow, #ylinders and spheres, flow through tubes. :ree #onve#tion, heat transfer from verti#al and hori4ontal surfa#es. (G) RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER: !missive power, grey body. 9adiation heat transfer between surfa#es, shape fa#tor. %as radiation. ( ) BOILING AND CONDENSATION: \$oiling heat transfer - bubble growth, free4ing and melting. Condensation, film #ondensation and drop wise #ondensation. (=)

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HEAT EXCHANGERS: 2ypes-tube arrangements, single and multi tube types, parallel, #ounter and #ross flow, @verall heat transfer #oeffi#ient, effe#tiveness method (,2<) to study performan#e of heat ex#hangers, fouling fa#tor . (G) MASS TRANSFER: 9ate e)uations. Mass diffusion in binary mixtures, evaporation in a #olumn, for#ed #onve#tive mass transfer. +eat and mass transfer analogies. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. Aunus " Cengel, 5+eat 2ransfer* " ;ra#ti#al "pproa#h6, (e#ond !dition, 2ata M#%raw +ill &n#., ,ew Aor1, 2..G. 2. +olman 7 ;, N+eat 2ransferN, M#%raw +ill &n#., ,ew Aor1, -??B. =. 3othandaraman C ;, N:undamentals of +eat and Mass 2ransferN, (e#ond !dition, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers, Chennai, -??B. . (a#hdeva 9 C, N:undamentals of !ngineering +eat and Mass 2ransferN, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . G. ,ag ; 3., N+eat and Mass 2ransferN, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Company, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . REFERENCES: -. Aildi4 \$aya4itogly and ,e#ati @4isi1 M, N!lements of +eat 2ransferN, M#%raw +ill &nternational !d., ,ew Aor1, -?''. 2. Aadav 9, 5+eat and Mass 2ransfer6, Central ;ublishing +ouse, "llahabad, -?? . =. :ran1 ; &n#ropera and /avid ; /ewitt, 5:undamentals of +eat and Mass 2ransfer6, 8iley. . /onald J 3ern, 5;ro#ess +eat 2ransfer6, 2M+. QQ - 2he #ourse in#ludes atleast one assignment with mathemati#al modeling and F or simulation of a pra#ti#al situation.

08M304 DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS II 3 1 0 3&%

SELECTION OF V BELTS AND CHAINS: C belts for given power and velo#ity ratio, sele#tion of mi#ro C-belts, timing belts. (ele#tion of roller #hain and power speed ratio, silent #hain. (I) SELECTION OF BELTS FOR SPINDLE DRIVE AND FEED DRIVE IN APPLICATION FOR CNC MACHINE TOOLS: ;oly Cee \$elts, +2/ belts, C-belts of =C, GC and 'C types. 2aper lo#1 bushes and timing belts > (;D, (;", (;\$, (;C types. (G) PO\$ER SCRE\$S: :orms of threads, for#e analysis, s)uare and trape4oidal threads, #ollar fri#tion, design of power s#rews (for s#rew Ea#1, lathe, et#.,) sele#tion of ball s#rews. T (G) DESIGN OF GEARS: 9eview of gear fundamentals, interferen#e, gear for#es, determining dimensions of a spur gear pair. /esign of heli#al gears-parallel axis heli#al gear, normal and transverse planes, helix angles, e)uivalent number of teeth, determining dimension of heli#al gear pair. ,omen#lature of straight and bevel gears. (I) \$ORM GEARS* ,omen#lature, thermal #apa#ity, effi#ien#y, design of a pair of worm gears. (G)

MULTI SPEED GEAR BOX: 9ay diagram, gear tooth profile #orre#tion, finalisation of the gear trainL gear tooth loads and bearing rea#tions. (G) FRICTION DRIVES: Clut#hes - role of #lut#hes, positive and gradually engaged #lut#hes, toothed #law #lut#hes, design of single plate and multiple plate #lut#hes, variable speed drives, types and sele#tion. (G) BRA#ES: 9ole of bra1es-types of bra1es-self energi4ing and de-energi4ing bra1es. /esign of internally expanding shoe bra1es #al#ulation of heat generation and heat dissipation in bra1es. (G) To !" 42 No ,: /esignF(ele#tion of ma#hine elements will be based on estimated loads and other design re)uirements #olle#ted by the student from field data with extensive support from manufa#turers #atalogues (wherever appli#able). TEXT BOO#S: -. 9obert L ,orton, 5Ma#hine /esign - "n &ntegrated "pproa#h6, ;earson !du#ation, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. 2. (higley and Mis#he, 5Me#hani#al !ngineering /esign6, M#%raw +ill, &n#., ,ew /elhi, 2.... REFERENCES: -. 9obert L Mortt, 5Ma#hine !lements in Me#hani#al /esign6, Ma#millan ;ublishing Co., London, -??2. 2. Maitra % M, 5+andboo1 of %ear /esign6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, -??' =. :a#ulty of Me#hani#al !ngineering, ;(% College of 2e#hnology, 5/esign /ata \$oo16, MFs /;C ;rinters, Coimbatore, 2.... . C \$ \$handari, 5/esign of Ma#hine !lements6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Co .Ltd, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. G. ;rabhu 2 7, 5/esign of 2ransmission !lements6, Mani offset, Chennai, 2..=. I. /arle 8 /udley, 5+and \$oo1 of ;ra#ti#al %ear /esign6, C9C ;ress, :lorida, 2..2. B. "llen ( +all and "lfred 9 +olowen1o, 5(#haumMs @utlines of 2heory and ;roblems of Ma#hine /esign6, 2ata M#graw-+ill, 2..I.

08M903 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSISQQ

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INTRODUCTION TO FEM: !ngineering design analysis-meaning and purpose, basi# #on#epts of :!M. "ppli#ability of :!M to stru#tural, heat transfer and fluid flow problems. "dvantages and limitations of :!M. 2est for #onvergen#e. !lement #hoi#e. Commer#ial finite element pa#1ages-organi4ation-advantages and limitations. (G) STATIC ANALYSIS: %eneral pro#edure of :!M. (1eletal and #ontinuum stru#tures. /is#reti4ation of domain-basi# types of elements.:ormulation of element stiffness matri#es--/ spar and beam elements, 2/ triangular and )uadrilateral elements, &soparametri# elements, higher order elements, treatment of boundary #ondition. (-I) DYNAMIC ANALYSIS: !)uations of motion for dynami# problems. Consistent and lumped mass matri#es. :ormulation of element mass matri#es. :ree vibration problem formulation. (') HEAT TRANSFER AND FLUID FLO\$ ANALYSIS: \$asi# e)uations of heat transfer and fluid flow problems. :inite element formulation. @ne dimensional heat transfer and fluid flow problems. (teady state and transient heat #ondu#tion problems. (I) INTRODUCTION TO CFD: !xpli#it and impli#it methods >overview of finite differen#e and finite volume methods, potential fun#tion and stream fun#tion formulations, in vis#id and vis#ous in#ompressible flow. ( ) DESIGN OF MACHINE STRUCTURES: :or#e distribution on different parts of ma#hine stru#ture, design of the parts, stati#, dynami# and thermal analysis of the parts using finite element method. Material redistribution to minimi4e stresses and defle#tion. @ptimisation of lo#ation of ribs to maximi4e rigidity. (=) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. Chandrupatla 2 9 and \$elegundu " /, 5&ntrodu#tion to :inite !lements in !ngineering6, ;earson !du#ation 2..2, 2hird !dition. 2. Logan / L, 5" :irst Course in the :inite !lement Method6, 2hird !dition, 2homson Learning, 2..2. =. 7ohn / "nderson, 5Computational :luid /ynami#s > 2he \$asi#s with "ppli#ations6, M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, -??G. REFERENCES: -. /avid C +utton, 5:undamentals of :inite !lement "nalysis6, M#%raw +ill &nt. !d., ,ew /elhi, 2.. . 2. 9ao ( (, 52he :inite element Method in !ngineering6, ;ergammon ;ress, 2..G. =. 9eddy 7 ,, 5"n &ntrodu#tion to :inite !lement Method6, M#%raw +ill &nternational (tudent !dition, ,ew /elhi, -?'G. . (eshu ;, 5" 2ext boo1 on :inite !lement "nalysis6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia, ,ew 7ersey, 2..=. G. Coo1 9 /, Mal1us / ( and ;lesha M !, 5Con#epts and "ppli#ations of :inite !lement "nalysis6, :ourth !dition, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. I. Dien1iewi#4 @C, Cheung A3, 5:inite !lement Method6, M#%raw +ill &n#., -?B.. B. 3wentin 9enalds, 59ight (agotharargal (2amil)6, ;alaniappa \$rothers, 2.... '. ,ils !ri1 8ilberg, 5:inite !lement Method \$asi#s6, @verseas ;ress (&ndia) ;vt. Ltd,. 2..I. ?. "lexandre !rn and 7ean Lu# %uermond, 52heory and ;ra#ti#e of :inite !lements6, (pringer, 2..G. -.. +ibbeler 9 C, 5Me#hani#s of Materials6, ;earson !du#ation, (ixth !dition, 2..B. --. !ntwistle 3 M, 5\$asi# ;rin#iples of the :inite !lement Method6, 8oodhead ;ublishing Ltd., 2..I. QQ - 2he #ourse in#ludes atleast one assignment with mathemati#al modeling and F or simulation of a pra#ti#al situation.

08M910 COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING LABORATORY 0021

-. (olid modeling of engineering #omponents of a typi#al assembly and extra#tion of produ#tion drawings of the above #omponents and assembly. 2. /etermination of stresses and fa#tor of safety in #riti#al ma#hine #omponents by :!M and experimental validation of the results by strain measurement. =. /ynami# analysis of #hassis frame of an automobile. . 2hermal analysis of &C engine #omponents using :!" software. G. Crash analysis of an automobile using :!" software. I. 3inemati# and dynami# analysis of me#hanisms using me#hanism analysis software. B. 2hermal "nalysis of ele#troni# e)uipments. '. "nalysis of flow through pipes using C:/ software. ?. (imulation of stamping pro#ess using metal forming software. -.. 2oleran#e sta#1 up using simulation software. REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of Me#hani#al !ngineering. No ,: /esignF(ele#tion of ma#hine elements will be based on estimated loads and other design re)uirements #olle#ted by the student from field data with extensive support from manufa#turers #atalogues (wherever appli#able).

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08M310 HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER LABORATORY 0021

-. 2. =. . G. I. B. '. !xperiment on ;in :in apparatus !xperiment on natural #onve#tive heat transfer from verti#al #ylinder !xperiment on for#ed heat transfer inside tube /etermination of (tefan-\$olt4mann #onstant /etermination of emissivity of grey surfa#e !ffe#tiveness of parallel F#ounter flow heat ex#hanger !xperiment on boiling and #ondensation apparatus (tudy on heat transfer in #ompressor and &C engine #ylinder heads using finite element analysis software.

08M311 MECHATRONICS LABORATORY 0021

-. /esign and simulation of multiple a#tuator systems using ;neumati# elements. 2. /esign and simulation of multiple a#tuator systems with start sele#tion and emergen#y modules. =. /esign and simulation of multiple a#tuator #ir#uits using !le#tro ;neumati# elements. . /esign and simulation of ;LC based multiple a#tuator systems. G. Mi#ropro#essor based stepper motor #ontrol. I. ;rogramming and ma#hining in C,C Lathe B. ;rogramming in C,C ma#hining #entre '. C,C #ode generation using software and simulation in a C,C lathe and C,C milling ?. !xperiment using #onveyor -.. Creating s#reens using (C"/", s#reen navigation and developing appli#ations using graphi#s library. --. Configuring +M& and #reating s#reens, tags and developing an appli#ation using ;LC -2. (tudy of servo systems. REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of Me#hani#al !ngineering.

08M%20 MINI PRO'ECT 0021

T:, -1)16/0o;,< 1)=o"=,2 :, >o""o?1)@: P0,/!01)@ ! /0o;,< 6 A01,> /0o/o2!" 1)<"*81)@ ;roblem &dentifi#ation " statement of system F pro#ess spe#ifi#ations proposed to be developed (\$lo#1 /iagram F Con#ept tree) List of possible solutions in#luding alternatives and #onstraints Cost benefit analysis 2ime Line of a#tivities A 0,/o0 :1@:"1@: 1)@ :, 8,21@) >1)!"1B! 1o) CA!2,8 o) >*)< 1o)!" 0,D*10,-,) 2 E 2 !)8!082 (1> !)F+ G A /0,2,) ! 1o) 1)<"*81)@ :, >o""o?1)@: &mplementation ;hase (+ardware F (oftware F both) 2esting P Calidation of the developed system Learning in the ;roEe#t

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08M301 DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AND ASSEMBLY

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3 1 0 3&%
DFM APPROACH4 SELECTION AND SUBSTITUTION OF MATERIALS IN INDUSTRY: /:M approa#h, /:M guidelines, standardisation, group te#hnology, value engineering, #omparison of materials on #ost basis, design for assembly, /:" index, ;o1a - Ao1e prin#ipleL I #on#eptL design #reativity. (I) TOLERANCE ANALYSIS: ;ro#ess #apability, pro#ess #apability metri#s, Cp, Cp1 , #ost aspe#ts, feature toleran#es, geometri# toleran#es, surfa#e finish, review of relationship between attainable toleran#e grades and different ma#hining pro#ess, #umulative effe#t of toleran#es, sure fit law, normal law and trun#ated normal law. (I) SELECTIVE ASSEMBLY: &nter#hangeable and sele#tive assembly, de#iding the number of groups, Model-&* group toleran#es of mating parts e)ualL Model-&&* total and group toleran#es of shaft, #ontrol of axial play-introdu#ing se#ondary ma#hining operations, laminated shims, examples. (I) DATUM SYSTEMS: /egrees of freedom, grouped datum systems-different types, two and three mutually perpendi#ular grouped datum planes, grouped datum system with spigot and re#ess, pin and hole, grouped datum system with spigot and re#ess pair and tongue-slot pair, #omputation of translational and rotational a##ura#y, geometri# analysis and appli#ations. (G) TRUE POSITION TOLERANCING THEORY: Comparison between #o-ordinate and #onvention method of feature lo#ation, toleran#ing and true position toleran#ing, virtual si4e #on#ept, floating and fixed fasteners, proEe#ted toleran#e 4one, assembly with gas1et, 4ero true position toleran#e, fun#tional gauges, paper layout gauging, #ompound assembly, examples. (I) FORM DESIGN OF CASTINGS AND \$ELDMENTS: 9edesign of #astings based on parting line #onsiderations, minimising #ore re)uirements, redesigning #ast members using weldments, use of welding symbols > design #onsiderations for plasti# #omponent manufa#turing. ( ) TOLERANCE CHARTING TECHNIQUE: @peration se)uen#e for typi#al shaft type of #omponents, preparation of pro#ess drawings for different operations, toleran#e wor1sheets and #entrality analysis, examples, design features to fa#ilitate ma#hining, datum features - fun#tional and manufa#turing, #omponent design-ma#hining #onsiderations, redesign for manufa#ture, examples. (I) LEAN MANUFACTURING: ,eed for lean #on#epts, different types of waste, metri#s of manufa#turing, an overview of value stream mapping- present state map, future state map, evaluation of benefits > ;ro#ess :M!", /esign :M!". (=) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. +arry ;e#1, N/esigning for Manufa#tureN, ;itman ;ubli#ations, London, -?'=. 2. Matouse1 9, N!ngineering /esign- " (ystemati# "pproa#hN, \$la#1ie and (on Ltd., London, -?B . REFERENCES: -. (potts M :, N/imensioning and 2oleran#e for Juantity ;rodu#tionN, ;renti#e +all &n#., ,ew 7ersey, -?'=. 2. @liver 9 8ade, N2oleran#e Control in /esign and Manufa#turingN, &ndustrial ;ress &n#., ,ew Aor1, -?IB. =. 7ames % \$ralla, N+and \$oo1 of ;rodu#t /esign for Manufa#turingN, M#%raw +ill ;ubli#ations, -?'=. . 2ru#1s + !, N/esign for !#onomi# ;rodu#tionN, (o#iety of Manufa#turing !ngineers, Mi#higan, (e#ond !dition, -?'B. G. ;o1a-Ao1e, N&mproving ;rodu#t Juality by ;reventing /efe#tsN, ;rodu#tivity ;ress, -??2. I. Creveling C M, N2oleran#e /esign - " +and \$oo1 for /eveloping @ptimal (pe#ifi#ationsN, "ddison 8esley Longman &n#.,<(", -??B. B. ;ahl % and \$eit4 8, N!ngineering /esign-(ystemati# "pproa#hN, (pringer Cerlag ;ub., -??I. '. Mamboed M :arag, NMaterial (ele#tion for !ngineering /esignN, ;renti#e +all, ,ew 7ersey, -??B. ?. /ennis ; +obbs, 5Lean Manufa#turing &mplementation* " Complete !xe#ution Manual for any (i4e Manufa#turing6, 7 9ose ;ublishing &n#., 2..=.

08M30% OPERATIONS RESEARCH 3 1 0 3&%

INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS RESEARCH: @perations resear#h and de#ision-ma1ing, types of mathemati#al models and #onstru#ting the model. 9ole of #omputers in operations resear#h (=) LINEAR PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES: :ormulation of linear programming problem, appli#ations and limitations, graphi#al method, simplex method, 2he \$ig >M method, the two>phase method, dual problems. (') TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS: Least #ost method, ,orth west #orner rule, Cogel0s approximation method, modified distribution method, optimi4ation models, unbalan#e and degenera#y in transportation model. (G) ASSIGNMENT MODELS AND SCHEDULING: /ifferen#e between transportation problem and assignment problem, +ungarian algorithm, unbalan#ed assignment problems maximi4ation #ase in assignment problems, traveling salesman problem. (#heduling pro#essing n Eobs through two ma#hines, pro#essing n Eobs through three ma#hines, pro#essing two Eobs through Hm0 ma#hines, pro#essing n Eobs through m ma#hines. (I)

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INVENTORY CONTROL: Cariables in inventory problems, inventory models with penalty, shortage and )uantity dis#ount, safety sto#1, inventory models with probability, lead time, demand, multi item deterministi# model. ( ) QUEUING MODELS: Jueues H ,otation of )ueues, performan#e measures, 2he MFMF- )ueue , 2he MFMFm )ueue, bat#h arrival )ueuing system , )ueues with brea1downs. ( ) PRO'ECT MANAGEMENT BY PERT AND CPM: \$asi# terminologies, #onstru#ting a proEe#t networ1 , networ1 #omputations in C;M and ;!92 , #ost #rashing. (G) GAME THEORY: 2heory of games, #ompetitive games, rules for game theory, mixed strategies, two person 4ero sum game , n person 4ero sum game. ( ) REPLACEMENT MODELS* 9epla#ement of &tems due to deterioration with and without time value of Money, %roup repla#ement poli#y, (taff repla#ement (=) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. !lwood ( \$uffa, 5Modern ;rodu#tion F@perations Management6, 8iley !astern, ,ew /elhi, -??-. 2. 3anti (warup, %upta ; 3 and Manmohan, 5@perations 9esear#h6, (ultan Chand and (ons ,ew /elhi, -??G. REFERENCES: -. Ciswanathan , , ,arahari A , 5;erforman#e Modeling of "utomated Manufa#turing (ystems6 , ;rinti#e +all &n# ,-??2. 2. (rinath L (, 5;!92 and C;M > ;rin#iples and "ppli#ations6, !ast 8est ;ress, ,ew /elhi, -?'2. =. /harani Cen1ata1rishnan (, 5@perations 9esear#h6, 3eerthi ;ubli#ation +ouse, Coimbatore, -??-. . %upta and +ira, 5;roblems in @perations 9esear#h6, ( Chand and Company, ,ew /elhi, -??-. G. ;rem 1umar %upta and +ira / (, 5@peration 9esear#h6, ( Chand and Company Limited, ,ew /elhi, -?'I.

08M904 TOOL DESIGN 3003

CUTTING TOOLS: Materials-properties, #lassifi#ation, sele#tion, insert and #oated tools, tool wear, tool life. 9e#ent developments and appli#ations. ( ) SINGLE POINT TOOLS: ,omen#lature, types and styles, design and manufa#ture of +(( and #arbide insert type tools for turning, boring, shaping, planning and slotting operations. /esign of form tools. 2ools and holders for C,C appli#ations, tools for dry ma#hining. (I) MULTIPOINT CUTTERS: ,omen#lature, #lassifi#ation and sele#tion, #onstru#tion methods, #utter setting, design and manufa#ture of drills, reamers, taps, dies, thread #hasers, milling #utters, broa#hes, hobs and gear shaper #utters. %rinding-wheel spe#ifi#ation and sele#tion. (I) 'IGS: /egrees of freedom, prin#iples of lo#ation and #lamping, prin#iples of Eig design, fool proofing, elements of Eigs, #lassifi#ation of Eigs, design of Eigs for drilling and reaming. (I) FIXTURES: ;rin#iples of fixture design, lo#ators and different types of #lamps, elements of fixtures, provision for tool setting, design of fixtures for milling, turning, boring and grinding operations. :ixtures for turning #enters and ma#hining #enters. Modular fixturing#on#epts and appli#ations. (I) PRESS TOOLS: /esign and manufa#ture of die sets for sheet metal #omponents-simple, #ompound and progressive dies for pun#hing and blan1ing operations. /ies for drawing and bending operations. (ele#tion of presses and tools. (I) DESIGN OF IN'ECTION MOULDING AND DIE CASTING DIES: ;rodu#t and mould, thermal #onsiderations, design of two plate mould, runner and gate design, mould #ooling and eEe#tion, analysis of mould flow. ( ) SPECIAL TOOLS: /esign of limit gauges. 2ool maintenan#e and planning. TEXT BOO#S: -. "rshinov C and "le1seev %, NMetal #utting 2heory and Cutting 2ool /esignN, M&9 ;ublishers, Mos#ow, -?BI. 2. /onaldson C and LeCain C +, N2ool /esignN, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Company Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2.. . =. \$hatta#haryya ", 5Metal Cutting 2heory and ;ra#ti#e6, ,ew Central \$oo1s "gen#y (;) Ltd, Cal#utta, 2.... . Cra#1nell ; C and /yson 9 8, 5+andboo1 of 2hermoplasti#s &nEe#tion Mould /esign6, Chapman and +all, -??=. G. Mi1ell ; %roover, 5:undamentals of Modern Manufa#turing6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, (ingapore, 2.. . REFERENCES: -. (M!, NManufa#turing !ngineers +and \$oo1N, -??'. 2. 3empster, N&ntrodu#tion to 7ig and 2ool /esignN, C&C" \$oo1s, ,ew /elhi, -??'. =. 9odin ;, N/esign and ;rodu#tion of Metal #utting 2oolsN, M&9 ;ublishers, Mos#ow, -?I'. ( ) To !" 42

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08M902 MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DESIGNQQ 3003

INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS AND MODELS: !volution of industrial engineering, fields and fun#tions of industrial engineering. 2ypes and prin#iples of manufa#turing systems, types and uses of manufa#turing models, physi#al models, mathemati#al models, model uses, model building (') DESIGN OF AUTOMATED LINES: "ssembly lines-9eliable serial systems, approa#hes to line balan#ing > C@M(@"L and 9;8, 2ransfer lines and general serial systems > pa#ed lines without buffers. :lexible manufa#turing systems- system #omponents, &ntrodu#tion to planning and #ontrol. (-.) LAYOUT DESIGN * %roup te#hnology- introdu#tion ,part #lassifi#ation and #oding, assigning ma#hines to groups-9an1 order #lustering algorithm, :a#ility layout > (e)uential layout planning. (I) SUPPORTING COMPONENTS: Ma#hine setup and operation se)uen#ing, Material handling systems-#onveyor analysis, "%C systems. 8arehousing-storage and retrieval systems, order pi#1ing. (G) SIMULATION IN SYSTEM DESIGN: !mpiri#al simulation models-!vent models, pro#ess models, simulation system, example manufa#turing system (G) SYNCHRONI5ATION MANUFACTURING: (yn#hroni4ation Cs @ptimi4ation, defining the stru#ture, identifying the #onstraint, !xploitation, \$uffer Management. (=) PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL: &ntrodu#tion, obEe#tives, #omponents of ;;C, fore#asting, produ#t planning, loading and s#heduling, dispat#hing, produ#tion #ontrol, material handling prin#iples, #ase studies. (G) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 9onald % "s1in, 5Modeling and "nalysis of Manufa#turing (ystems6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, &n#, -??=.

Modeling, (imulation, and Control of :lexible Manufa#turing (ystems* " ;etri ,et "pproa#h6,
2. Meng#hu Dhou, 5 =. 8orld s#ientifi# ;ublishing Company ;vt Ltd., 2.... 7ean Marie ;roth and Oiaolan Oie, 5;etri ,ets* " 2ool for /esign and Management of Manufa#turing (ystems6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew Aor1, -??I.

REFERENCES:

Modeling Manufa#turing (ystems6, (pringer Cerlag, \$erlin, -???. 2. 9i#hard Crowson, 5:a#tory @perations* ;lanning and &nstru#tional Methods - !d26, C9C ;ress, (e#ond !dition, 2..I. =. ;hillip : @stwald, 7airo Muno4, 5Manufa#turing ;ro#esses and (ystems6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons &n#., ,inth !dition, 2..2.
-. ; \$randimarte, " Cilla, 5 QQ - 2he #ourse in#ludes atleast one assignment with mathemati#al modeling and F or simulation of a pra#ti#al situation.

08M321 COMPREHENSIVE VIVA VOCE 0021

2he depth of understanding of the #ourses studied by the students will be evaluated by a panel of fa#ulty.

08M911 MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS LABORATORY 0021

-. 2. =. . G. I. B. '. (olving L;;, 2ransportation, assignment problems using !x#el solver. (olving inventory, s#heduling lot si4ing problems using manufa#turing systems simulation software (olving )ueuing problem and layout optimi4ation using manufa#turing systems simulation software ;roEe#t evaluation and review based on time and #ost 8eibull reliability plot #reation using #omponent F produ#t failure data Line balan#ing using manufa#turing systems simulation software Current state and future state mapping using value stream mapping software ;ro#ess #apability studies using statisti#al software

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"nalysis of /o! results using statisti#al software Materials F pro#ess planning using !9; pa#1age G( pra#ti#e F ;o1e Ao1e for wor1pla#e improvement <se of /:" software for evaluation of produ#t design alternatives from assembly #onsideration.

REFERENCE: -. Laboratory Manual prepared by /epartment of Me#hani#al !ngineering.

SEMESTER I
08M901 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
("lso #ommon with .'LI.2F .'DI.2F .'&I.2F .'/I.2F.'MB.-F .'!B.-F .';B.-F .'AB.-F .'2B.-F .'"B.-F .'\$B.-)

3003
NATURAL RESOURCES4 ECOSYSTEMS AND BIODIVERSITY: !nvironment - /efinition, s#ope and importan#e > :orest resour#es* <se and overexploitation, 8ater resour#es* <se and over-utili4ation, dams-benefits and problems > !nergy resour#es* %rowing energy needs, renewable and non renewable energy sour#es, use of alternate energy sour#es.> Land resour#es* land degradation > 9ole of an individual in #onservation of natural resour#es !#osystem > (tru#ture and fun#tion > !#ologi#al su##ession > &ntrodu#tion to various e#osystems. \$iodiversity > /efinition and types > 2hreats to \$iodiversity in &ndia and its impa#ts > Conservation of \$iodiversity. > 8ildlife ;rote#tion "#t - :orest Conservation "#t. (') AIR POLLUTION AND CONTROL: &ntrodu#tion > atmospheri# #onstituents > Chemi#al rea#tion in the atmosphere > air pollutants > #lassifi#ation > effe#ts on human, animal, plant, property and environment > #ontrol methods for parti#ulates and gaseous pollutants > a#id rain - #ontrol of pollutants from automobiles > \$urning of plasti#s > ;C\$s and their impa#t. (I) GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES* %reen house gases > green house effe#ts - #limate #hange - global warming and its effe#ts > international #limate #onventions, proto#ols and perspe#tives > te#hnology and poli#y options for %+% emission mitigation -o4one layer depletion and solutions. (I) \$ATER POLLUTION AND CONTROL: (our#es > #hara#teristi#s > \$@/, C@/ - pollutants and their effe#ts > heavy metal pollution > inorgani# and organi# pollutants #ontrol methods > s#reening, sedimentation, biologi#al pro#esses - wor1ing and design prin#iples > advan#ed waste water treatment te#hni)ues - self purifi#ation of rivers > eutrophi#ation of la1es > sludge management. (') OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTIONS* /efinition > Causes, effe#ts and #ontrol measures of* (oil pollution, Marine pollution, ,oise pollution, 2hermal pollution, ,u#lear ha4ards. (olid waste management* #auses, effe#ts and #ontrol measures of urban and industrial solid wastes - !nvironment ;rote#tion "#t > "ir (;revention and Control of ;ollution) "#t > 8ater "#t > &ntrodu#tion to !&" and &(@ - ... (') SOCIAL ISSUES AND THE ENVIRONMENT * :rom <nsustainable to (ustainable development > <rban problems related to energy > 8ater #onservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management - ;opulation growth, variation among nations > ;opulation explosion - !nvironment and human health > 9ole of &nformation 2e#hnology in !nvironment and human health - /isaster management* floods, earth)ua1e, #y#lone and landslides (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. (anthosh 3umar %arg, 9aEeswari %arg and 9anEani %arg, 5!nvironmental (#ien#e and !#ologi#al (tudies6, 3hanna ;ublishers, (e#ond !dition, ,ew /elhi, 2..B. 2. /eswal ( and /eswal ", 5" \$asi# Course in !nvironmental (tudies6, /hanpat 9ai and Co, :irst !dition, /elhi, 2.. =. 3urian 7oseph and ,agendran 9, 5!ssentials of !nvironmental (tudies6, ;earson !du#ation ;vt ltd., :irst !dition, /elhi, 2.. REFERENCES: -. %ilbert M Masters, 5&ntrodu#tion to !nvironmental !ngineering and (#ien#e6, ;earson !du#ation ;vt. Ltd., (e#ond !dition, 2.. . 2. Cunningham, Cooper 8 ; and %orhani 2 +, 5!nvironmental !n#y#lopedia6, 7ai#o ;ubl., +ouse, Mumbai, 2..-. =. 2ivedi 9 3, 5+andboo1 of !nvironmental Laws, 9ules, %uidelines, Complian#es and (tandards6, Col. & and &&, !nviro Media., -??' . 8ager 3 /, 5!nvironmental Management6, 8.\$. (aunders Co., ;hiladelphia, <(", -??'. G. http*FFwww.ip##.#hFindex.htm I. http*FFunf###.intF2'I..php

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&dentifi#ation of a real life problem in thrust areas /eveloping a mathemati#al model for solving the above problem :inalisation of system re)uirements and spe#ifi#ation ;roposing different solutions for the problem based on literature survey :uture trends in providing alternate solutions Consolidated report preparation of the above

SEMESTER 10
08M820 PRO'ECT \$OR# II 0 0 24 12
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ELECTIVES MATHEMATICS 08O001 APPLIED NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 3 1 0 3&%

TYPES OF ERRORS: /ifferent types of errors (2) SOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS: ,ewton 9aphson method, Modified ,ewton 9aphson method, Method of false position, %raffe0s root s)uaring method, \$airstow0s method. (I) OPTIMI5ATION:@ne dimensional un#onstrained optimi4ation-%olden-(e#tion sear#h, Juadrati# &nterpolation, ,ewton0s method. (2) SOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS: %auss > 7ordan elimination, Choles1y method, Crout0s method, %auss > 7a#obi method, %auss > (eidel method. Matrix &nverse by %auss > 7ordan method. (G) EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS: ;ower method for finding dominant eigenvalue and inverse power method for finding smallest eigenvalue, 7a#obi method for symmetri# matri#es. (=)

, , , , D . &nterpolation-,ewtonFINITE DIFFERENCES AND INTERPOLATION: :inite differen#e operators > E , %regory forward and ba#1ward interpolation, Lagrange0s interpolation formula, ,ewton divided differen#e interpolation formula. (olution of linear se#ond order differen#e e)uations with #onstant #oeffi#ients. (')
DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION: ,umeri#al differentiation using ,ewton-%regory forward and ba#1ward polynomials. ,umeri#al &ntegration-%aussian )uadrature, 2rape4oidal rule and (impson0s one third rule. (G)

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ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: 2aylor series method, !uler and Modified !uler method, (+eun0s method). 9unge3utta method, Milne0s method, "dams-Moulton method, (olution of boundary value problems of se#ond order by finite differen#e method. (I) PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: Classifi#ation of partial differential e)uations of se#ond order. Liebmann0s method for Lapla#e e)uation and ;oisson e)uation, !xpli#it method and Cran1 > ,i#olson method for paraboli# e)uations. !xpli#it method for hyperboli# e)uations. (G) MATLAB: Matlab > 2ools 1its > 2/ %raph plotting, =/ %raph plotting, /ata analysis. To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. (teven C Chapra and 9aymond ; Canale, 5,umeri#al Methods for !ngineers with (oftware and ;rogramming "ppli#ations6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2.. . 2. 7ohn + Mathews and 3urtis / :in1,6 ,umeri#al Methods using M"2L"\$6, ;renti#e +all, 2.. . =. Curtis : %erald and ;atri#1 @ 8heatly, 5"pplied ,umeri#al "nalysis6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..2. . 9ober 7 (#hilling and (andra L +arries, 5"pplied ,umeri#al Methods for !ngineers using M"2L"\$ and C6, 2homson \$roo1sFCole, -???

08O002 BUSINESS STATISTICS 3 1 0 3&%

FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION: %rouping and /isplaying data to #onvey meaning > 2ables and graphs > Measures of #entral tenden#y and dispersion in fre)uen#y distributions. (I) PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS: 2ypes of ;robability > ;robability rules > ;robabilities under #onditions of (tatisti#al independen#e and dependen#e > \$aye0s theorem > \$inomial, ;oisson, %eometri#, !xponential and ,ormal /istributions. (') SAMPLING AND SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS: 9andom (ampling > /esign of !xperiments > (ampling /istributions > (ampling - (ample si4e and standard error. (I) ESTIMATION: &ntrodu#tion -;oint !stimates- interval !stimates > \$asi# Con#epts > &nterval !stimates and Confiden#e &ntervals > Cal#ulating &nterval !stimates of the Mean from Large (amples > Cal#ulating &nterval estimates of the ;roportion from Large samples > &nterval !stimates using the t /istribution > /etermining the sample si4e in estimation. (I) TESTING OF HYPOTHESES: @ne sample tests > &ntrodu#tion > Con#epts \$asi# to the +ypothesis > 2esting ;ro#edure > 2esting +ypotheses > +ypothesis 2esting of Means - ;opulation (tandard /eviation > Measuring the power of a +ypothesis test > +ypothesis 2esting of ;roportions > Large (amples > +ypothesis 2esting of Means. (I) REGRESSION AND CORRELATION: !stimation using the 9egression Line > Correlation "nalysis > Ma1ing &nferen#es about population parameters > <sing 9egression and #orrelation analyses > Limitations. !rrors and Caveats - Multiple 9egression and Correlation "nalysis > :inding the Multiple > 9egression !)uation - 2he Computer and Multiple 9egression > Ma1ing &nferen#es about ;opulation ;arameters > Modeling 2e#hni)ues. (I) TIME SERIES AND FORECASTING: Cariations in 2ime (eries > 2rend "nalysis > Cy#li#al Cariation > (easonal Cariation > &rregular Cariation > " ;roblem &nvolving all :our Components of a 2ime (eries > 2ime (eries "nalysis in :ore#asting. ( ) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. ;aul ,ewbold, 8illiam Carlson and \$etty 2horne, 5(tatisti#s for \$usiness and !#onomi#s6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..B. 2. 9i#hard & Levin and /avid ( 9ubin, 5(tatisti#s for Management6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..G. =. Mar1 \$erenson, 2imothy 3rehbiel and /avid Levine, 5\$asi# \$usiness (tatisti#s6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..G.

08O003 MATHEMATICAL MODELING 3 1 0 3&%

INTRODUCTION TO MODELING: Modeling pro#ess, @verview of different 1inds of models. EMPIRICAL MODELING \$ITH DATA FITTING: !rror fun#tions, least s)uaresL fitting data with polynomials and splines. (2) ( )

QUALITATIVE MODELING \$ITH FUNCTIONS: Modeling spe#ies propagation, supply and demand, mar1et e)uilibrium, mar1et adEustment. &nventory Models- Carious types of inventory models with shortage and without shortage, ;robabilisti# Models. (-.) CAUSAL MODELING FORECASTING: &ntrodu#tion, Modeling the #ausal time series, fore#asting by regression analysis, predi#tion by regression. ;lanning, development and maintenan#e of linear models, trend analysis, modeling seasonality and trend. (') DECISION MA#ING: /e#isions under un #ertainty, under #ertainty, under ris1 >/e#ision trees- !xpe#ted value of information and imperfe#t information. perfe#t (')

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MODELING \$ITH SIMULATION: ;rin#iples of Computer modeling and simulation, Monto-Carlo (imulation, Limitation of (imulation, areas of appli#ation, dis#rete and #ontinuous systems, variety of modeling approa#hes. 2e#hni)ues of 9andom number generationMids)uare method, midprodu#t method, Constant multiplier te#hni)ue, additive #ongruential method, linear #ongruential method. 2ests for random numbers- 2he 3olmogorov >(immov test- 2he #hi-s)uare test. (-.) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. +amdy " 2aha, 5@peration 9esear#h6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..2. 2. 7erry \$an1s, 7ohn ( Carson and \$arry L ,elson, 5/is#rete !vent system (imulation6, ;renti#e +all, 2..2. =. !dward " \$ender, 5"n &ntrodu#tion to Mathemati#al Modeling6, /over, 2.... . "veril M Law and 8 /avid 3etlton 8,6 (imulation modeling and "nalysis6, 2ata M#-%raw +ill,2.... G. %iordano : 9, 8eir M / and :ox 8 ;, 5 " :irst Course in Mathemati#al Modeling6 \$roo1sF Cole -??B.

08O004 OPTIMI5ATION TECHNIQUES 3 1 0 3& %

INTRODUCTION: (tatement of an optimi4ation problems > #lassifi#ation of optimi4ation problem > #lassi#al optimi4ation te#hni)uesL (ingle variable optimi4ations, Multi variable optimi4ation, e)uality #onstraints, &ne)uality #onstraints, ,o #onstraints. (=) LINEAR PROGRAMMING: %raphi#al method for two dimensional problems > #entral problems of Linear ;rogramming > /efinitions > (implex > "lgorithm > ;hase & and ;hase && of (implex Method > 9evised (implex Method. (I) (implex Multipliers > /ual and ;rimal > /ual (implex Method > (ensitivity "nalysis > 2ransportation problem and its solution > "ssignment problem and its solution by +ungarian method > 3arma1ar0s method > statement, Conversion of the Linear ;rogramming problem into the re)uired form, "lgorithm. (B) NON LINEAR PROGRAMMING (ONE DIMENSIONAL MINIMI5ATION: &ntrodu#tion > <nrestri#ted sear#h > !xhaustive sear#h > &nterval halving method > :ibona##i method. (G) NON LINEAR PROGRAMMING : (UNCONSTRAINED OPTIMI5ATION): > &ntrodu#tion > 9andom sear#h method > <ni variate method > ;attern sear#h methods > +oo1e and 7eeves method, (implex method> %radient of a fun#tion > steepest des#ent method > ConEugate gradient method. (B) NON LINEAR PROGRAMMING H (CONSTRAINED OPTIMI5ATION ): &ntrodu#tion > Chara#teristi#s of the problem > 9andom sear#h methods > Complex method. (G) DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING: &ntrodu#tion > multistage de#ision pro#esses > ;rin#iples of optimality > Computation pro#edures. (G) DECISION MA#ING: /e#isions under un#ertainty, under #ertainty and under ris1 > /e#ision trees > !xpe#ted value of perfe#t information and imperfe#t information. ( ) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 3alyanmoy /eb, 5@ptimi4ation for !ngineering /esign, "lgorithms and !xamples6, ;renti#e +all, 2.. . 2. +amdy " 2aha , 5@perations 9esear#h > "n introdu#tion6, ;earson !du#ation , 2..2. =. +illier F Lieberman, 5&ntrodu#tion to @perations 9esear#h6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Company Ltd, 2..2. . (ingiresu ( 9ao, 5!ngineering @ptimi4ation 2heory and ;ra#ti#e6, ,ew "ge &nternational, -??I. G. Mi1 Misniews1i, 5Juantitative Methods for /e#ision ma1ers6, Ma#Millian ;ress Ltd., -?? . I. 3ambo , (, 5Mathemati#al ;rogramming 2e#hni)ues6, "ffiliated !ast > 8est ;ress, -??-.

08O00% STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL 3 1 0 3&%

PROBABILITY4 RANDOM VARIABLES4 THEORETICAL DISTRIBUTIONS * "xiomati# approa#h to probability > 9andom variables, /is#rete random variables* \$ernoulli, \$inomial, %eometri# and ;oisson distributions, Continuous random variables* <niform, !xponential, ,ormal distributions, "ppli#ations. (I) THEORY OF ATTRIBUTES* Classes and #lass fre)uen#ies > Consisten#y of data > &ndependen#e of attributes > "sso#iation of attributes, Aule0s #oeffi#ient of "sso#iation > Coeffi#ient of #olligation. (G) ESTIMATION: ;oint estimation > Chara#teristi#s of estimation > Methods of estimation > &nterval estimation > &nterval estimates of mean, standard deviation, proportion, differen#e in means and ratios of standard deviation. (I) TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS AND ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE* Large (ample 2ests > 2ests for means, varian#es and proportions. (mall (ample 2ests > 2ests for means varian#es and attributes. /esign of !xperiments > ",@C", #ompletely randomi4ed design, 9andomi4ed blo#1 design, Latin s)uare design. (')

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STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL* (tatisti#al basis for #ontrol #harts > #ontrol limits > #ontrol #harts for variables > #harts for defe#tive > #harts for defe#ts. (I) SAMPLING AND ACCEPTANCE SAMPLING BY ATTRIBUTES* (ingle sampling plan > /ouble sampling plan > Multiple sampling plan > 2ype " and 2ype \$ @C #urves, #onsumer0s ris1, produ#er0s ris1. "(,, "2&, "@J #urves M&L-(2/--.G/ sampling plans. (G) CONCEPT OF RELIABILITY4 HA5ARD RATE AND MEAN TIME TO FAILURE * Mathemati#al models for reliability studies > ,ormal, !xponential and 8eibull failure laws. (ystem failure rate, system mean time to failure, (eries system, ;arallel system, (1,n) system, (eries-;arallel system. (I) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 7ay L /evore, 5;robability and (tatisti#s for !ngineering and (#ien#es6, 2homson /uxbury, 2..B. 2. /ouglas C Montgomery and %eorge C 9unges, 5"pplied (tatisti#s and ;robability for !ngineers6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, 2..I. =. (heldon 9oss, 5" :irst #ourse in ;robability6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..G. . /aleh + \$esterfield, 5Juality Control6, ;renti#e +all, 2..=. G. Charles ! !beling, 5 "n &ntrodu#tion to 9eliability and Maintainability !ngineering6, M#%raw +ill, 2....

08O003 STOCHASTIC MODELS 3 1 0 3&%

PROBABILITY AND CONCEPT OF RANDOM VARIABLE: Con#epts of ;robability > Conditional ;robability > &ndependent !vents > \$aye0s 2heorem - 9andom Cariables > 7ointly /istributed 9andom Cariables > !xpe#tations of 9andom Cariables > Conditional !xpe#tations. (') PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS AND APPLICATIONS: /is#rete /istributions* \$inomial, ;oisson and %eometri#. Continuous /istributions* <niform, !xponential, ,ormal, 8eibull and !rlang distributions > M%:-Mean and Carian#e. (') STOCHASTIC PROCESSES: &ntrodu#tion > Classifi#ation of (to#hasti# ;ro#esses > Mar1ov Chain* &ntrodu#tion -2ransition ;robability Matri#es > Chapman 3olmogorov !)uations - Classifi#ation of (ates > Limit 2heorems > "ppli#ations. (?) CONTINUOUS TIME MAR#OV CHAINS: &ntrodu#tion > ;oisson ;ro#ess - \$irth and /eath ;ro#esses > 3olmogorov /ifferential !)uations > ;ure \$irth ;ro#ess - ;ure /eath ;ro#ess - "ppli#ations. (B) QUEUEING THEORY: &ntrodu#tion > Chara#teristi#s > (teady (tate (olution* MFMF-, MFMF#, MFMF#F1 Models- Jueues with unlimited (ervi#e > @pen Jueuing ,etwor1s > Closed Jueuing ,etwor1s > Cy#li# Jueues > "ppli#ations. (-.) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. (aeed %hahramani, 5:undamentals of ;robability with (to#hasti# ;ro#esses6, ;renti#e +all, 2..G. 2. (heldon M 9oss, 5(to#hasti# ;ro#esses6, 7ohn 8iley P (ons, &n#., 2.. . =. (heldon M 9oss, 5&ntrodu#tion to ;robability Models6, "#ademi# ;ress, 2..=. . Medhi 7, 5 (to#hasti# ;ro#esses6, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers , 2..2. G. (amuel 3arlin and +oward ! 2aylor, 5" :irst #ourse in (to#hasti# ;ro#esses6, "#ademi# ;ress, 2..2 I. /.L.(;aul) Minh, 5"pplied ;robability Models6, /uxbury 2homson Learning, 2..2 B. %ross./ and +arrish C M, 5:undamentals of Jueuing 2heory6, 7ohn 8iley P (ons, ,ew /elhi, -??'

08O009 DATABASE SYSTEMS 3 1 0 3&%

INTRODUCTION: ;urpose of /atabase system - Chara#teristi#s of database approa#h - "dvantages of using /\$M( - /atabase #on#ept and ar#hite#ture - /ata "bstra#tion - /ata Models - &nstan#es and s#hema - /ata independen#e - s#hema ar#hite#ture /atabase Languages - /atabase Manager - /atabase "dministrator - /atabase <sers. (I) DATA MODELING: !ntity sets attributes and 1eys - 9elationships (!9) - /atabase modeling using entity - 2ype role and stru#tural #onstraints - 8ea1 and (trong entity types - !nhan#ed entity-relationship (!!9) - !ntity-9elationship /iagram /esign of an !-9 /atabase s#hema > @bEe#t modeling - (pe#iali4ation and generali4ation - Modeling of union types. (G) RELATIONAL MODEL: 9elational model -basi# #on#epts - !nfor#ing /ata &ntegrity Constraints > 9elational "lgebra @perations !xtended 9elational "lgebra @perations - 9elational Cal#ulus - "ssertion and 2riggers - &ntrodu#tion on views - &ntrodu#tion to (JL > \$asi# )ueries in (JL - "dvan#ed )ueries in (JL - :un#tions in (JL - \$asi# data retrieval - "ggregation > Categori4ation <pdates in (JLs - Ciews in (JL - /ifferent types of views - 2heoreti#al <pdatability of Ciews. (') DATABASE DESIGN: /atabase design pro#ess - 9elational database design - 9elation (#hema - "nomalies in a database :un#tional dependen#ies - Membership and minimal #overs - ,ormal forms - :irst ,ormal :orm - (e#ond ,ormal :orm - 2hird ,ormal :orm - \$oy#e-Codd ,ormal form - 9edu#tion of an !-9 s#hema to 2ables - Converting !!9 /iagrams to relations ;ra#ti#al database design tuning - !ffe#t of de-normali4ation on database performan#e. (') FILE ORGANI5ATION4 INDEXING AND HASHING: @verview of file organi4ation te#hni)ues - (e#ondary storage devi#es @perations in files - +eap files and sorted files - \$asi# #on#epts &ndexing and +ashing > \$asi#s of 9"&/ te#hnology. (I)

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OB'ECT ORIENTED DATABASE DESIGN: &ntrodu#tion @@/\$M( - "pproa#hes to @@/s - @bEe#t oriented data model - @bEe#t identity - Complex @bEe#ts - ;ersisten#e - 2ype and #lass hierar#hies - &nheritan#e - Modeling and designing of @@/s > @@/\$M( for C"/ F C"M appli#ation. (I) CASE STUDY ON POPULAR DATABASE PAC#AGES: @ra#le > &mplementation of C"/ F C"M design data in @ra#le database. (=) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. /ate C 7, 5"n &ntrodu#tion to /atabase (ystems6, ;earson !du#ation "sia, 2..G. 2. !lmasri 9 and ,avathe ( \$, 5:undamentals of /atabase (ystems6, "ddison 8esley, 2.. . =. 9aghu 9ama1rishnan, 5/atabase Management (ystems6, M# %raw +ill, 2.. . . (ilbers#hat4, 3orth + and (udharshan (,6 /atabase (ystem Con#epts6, M# %raw +ill, 2..=. G. %raeme C (imsion, 5/ata Modeling !ssentials6, /reamte#h, 2..-.

08O008 MATHEMATICAL MODELING FOR MECHANICAL SCIENCES 3003

INTRODUCTION: %eneral #onsideration of modeling* \$asi# #on#epts of fluid flow, derivation of the governing e)uations, #onservation of mass, momentum, numeri#al methodology, dis#rimination, grid formation. (B) FLUID DYNAMICS* ;roperties of fluids, basi# #on#epts, 2ypes of flow, #ontinuity e)uation, derivation of three dimensional e)uations, momentum e)uation, ,avier (to1e0s e)uation, !uler0s e)uation, \$ernoulli0s energy e)uation - \$oundary layer theory, &ntrodu#tion to #omputational fluid dynami#s, :!M and :CM te#hni)ues, appli#ations of fluid /ynami#s. (- ) FLO\$ MODELING* Laminar flow between plates, Covette, and plane ;oiseuille, 2urbulen#e energy e)uation-one e)uation model, the model, the model. (--)

MATHEMATICAL MODELS* Modeling free vibration, the #lassi#al e)uations, the vibrating string membrane, waves in an elasti# medium, #ondu#tion of solids in the #ir#ular membrane, the gravitational potential, some problems. (-.) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. ;ieter 8esseling, 5;rin#iples of Computational :luid /ynami#s6, (pringer, 2.. . 2. Chung 2.7, 5Computational :luid /ynami#s6, Cambridge <niversity ;ress, London, 2..2 =. /avid C.8il#ox, 52urbulen#e Modeling for Computational :luid /ynami#s6, /C8 &ndustries.&n#, -??= . \$at#helor %.3, 5:luid /ynami#s6, Cambridge <niversity ;ress, -??=

PHYSICS 08O013 MICRO MACHINING AND MICRO SENSORS 3003

MEMS AND MICROSYSTEMS: M!M( and mi#rosystem produ#ts. !valuation of mi#rofabri#ation. Mi#rosystems and mi#roele#troni#s. "ppli#ations of mi#rosystems. 8or1ing prin#iples of mi#rosystems - mi#rosensors, mi#ro a#tuators, M!M( and mi#roa#tuators, mi#roa##elerometers. (G) SCALING LA\$S IN MINIATURI5ATION: &ntrodu#tion. (#aling in geometry. (#aling in rigid body dynami#s. 2he 2rimmer for#e s#aling ve#tor > s#aling in ele#trostati# for#es, ele#tromagneti# for#es, s#aling in ele#tri#ity and fluidi# dynami#s, s#aling in heat #ondu#ting and heat #onve#tion. (G) MATERIALS FOR MEMS AND MICROSYSTEMS: (ubstrates and wafers. (ili#on as a substrate material. &deal substrates for M!M(. (ingle #rystal (ili#on and wafers #rystal stru#ture. Me#hani#al properties of (i. (ili#on #ompounds - (i@ 2, (iC, (i=, and poly#rystalline (ili#on. (ili#on pie4oresistors. %allium arsenside. Juart4 > pie4oele#tri# #rystals. ;olymers for M!M(. Condu#tive polymers. (') MICROSYSTEM FABRICATION PROCESS: ;hotolithography. ;hotoresist and appli#ations. Light sour#es. &on implanation. /iffusion pro#ess. @xidation > thermal oxidation. (ili#on diode. 2hermal oxidation rates. @xide thi#1ness by #olour. Chemi#al vapour deposition > prin#iple, rea#tants in CC/. !nhan#ed CC/ physi#al vapour deposition. (puttering. /eposition by epitaxy. !t#hing > #hemi#al and plasma et#hing. (') MICRODEVICES: (ensors > #lassifi#ation of sensors > signal #onversion > ideal #hara#terisation of sensors > me#hani#al sensors > measurands > displa#ement sensors > pressure and flow sensors. (') MICROMANUFACTURING AND MICROSYSTEM PAC#AGING: \$ul1 mi#roma#hining. &sotropi# and anisotropi# et#hing - wet et#hants, et#h stops, dry et#hing #omparison of wet and dry et#hing. /ry et#hing > physi#al et#hing > rea#tive ion et#hing, #omparison of wet and dry et#hing. (urfa#e mi#roma#hining - pro#ess in general, problems asso#iated in surfa#e mi#roma#hining. 2he L&%" pro#ess > des#ription, materials for substrates and photoresists, ele#troplating, the (L&%" pro#ess. Mi#rosystem pa#1aging - %eneral #onsiderations. 2he three levels of mi#rosystem pa#1aging > die level, devi#e level and system level.

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!ssential pa#1aging te#hnologies > die preparation > surfa#e bonding, wire bonding and sealing. 2hree dimensional pa#1aging. "ssembly of mi#rosystem > sele#tion of pa#1aging materials. (') To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 2ai-9an +su, 5M!M( and Mi#rosystems /esign and Manufa#ture5, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..2. 2. Mar1 Madou 5:undamentals of Mi#rofabri#ation6, C9C ;ress, ,ew Aor1, -??B. =. 7ulian 8 %ardner, 5Mi#rosensors* ;rin#iples and "ppli#ations6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew Aor1, 2..-. . (4e ( M, 5(emi#ondu#tor (ensors6, M#%raw +ill, ,ew Aor1, -?? . G. Chang C A and (4e ( M, 5CL(& 2e#hnology6, M# %raw +ill, ,ew Aor1, 2.... I. 3ova#s % 2 ", 5Mi#roma#hined 2ransdu#ers (our#eboo16, M#%raw +ill, ,ew Aor1, -??'.

08O019 NANO SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 3003

INTRODUCTION AND CLASSIFICATION: Classifi#ation of nanostru#tures, nanos#ale ar#hite#ture > !ffe#ts of the nanometre length s#ale > Changes to the system total energy, #hanges to the system stru#tures, va#an#ies in nano#rystals, dislo#ations in nano#rystals > !ffe#t of nanos#ale dimensions on various properties > (tru#tural, thermal, #hemi#al, me#hani#al, magneti#, opti#al and ele#troni# properties > effe#t of nanos#ale dimensions on biologi#al systems. (') NANOMATERIALS AND CHARACTERI5ATION: :abri#ation methods > 2op down pro#esses > Milling, lithographi#s, ma#hining pro#ess > \$ottom-up pro#ess > Capour phase deposition methods, plasma-assisted deposition pro#ess, M\$! and M@C;!, li)uid phase methods, #olloidal and solgel methods > Methods for templating the growth of nanomaterials > @rdering of nanosystems, self-assembly and self-organisation > ;reparation, safety and storage issues. (') GENERIC METHODOLOGIES FOR NANOTECHNOLOGY: Chara#terisation* %eneral #lassifi#ation of #hara#terisation methods > "nalyti#al and imaging te#hni)ues > Mi#ros#opy te#hni)ues - !le#tron mi#ros#opy, s#anning ele#tron mi#ros#opy, transmission ele#tron mi#ros#opy, (2M, field ion mi#ros#opy, s#anning tunnelling mi#ros#opy, atomi# for#e mi#ros#opy > /iffra#tion te#hni)ues > (pe#tros#opy te#hni)ues > 9aman spe#tros#opy > (urfa#e analysis and depth profiling > Me#hani#al properties, ele#tron transport properties, magneti# and thermal properties. (') INORGANIC SEMICONDUCTOR NANOSTRUCTURES: Juantum #onfinement in semi#ondu#tor nanostru#tures - Juantum wells, )uantum wires, )uantum dots, superlatti#es, band offsets and ele#troni# density of states > :abri#ation te#hni)ues > 9e)uirements, epitaxial growth, lithography and et#hing, #leared edge overgrowth > %rowth on vi#inal substrates, strain-indu#ed dots and wires, ele#trostati#ally indu#ed dots and wires, )uantum well width flu#tuations, thermally annealed )uantum wells and self-assembly te#hni)ues. (I) SELF ASSEMBLING NANOSTRUCTURED MOLECULAR MATERIALS AND DEVICES: &ntrodu#tion > \$uilding blo#1s > ;rin#iples of self-assembly, non-#ovalent intera#tions, intermole#ular pa#1ing, nanomotors > (elf assembly methods to prepare and pattern nanoparti#les > ,anopart#les from mi#ellar and vesi#ular polymeri4ation, fun#tionali4ed nano parti#les, #olloidal nanoparti#les #rystals, self-organi4ing inorgani# nano parti#les, bio-nanoparti#les > nanoobEe#ts. (I) NANODEVICES AND THEIR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS: ,anomagneti# materials > ;arti#ulate nanomagnets and geometri#al nanomagnets > Magneto resistan#e > ;robing nanomagneti# materials > ,anomagnetism in te#hnology > Carbon nanotubes > fabri#ation- appli#ations > @rgani# :!2, organi# L!/0s > @rgani# photovoltai#s > &nEe#tion lasers, )uantum #as#ade lasers, opti#al memories, ele#troni# appli#ations, #olulomb blo#1ade devi#es. (I) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 3elsall 9obert. 8, &an +amley, Mar1 %eoghegan, 5,anos#ale (#ien#e and 2e#hnology6, 8iley !astern, 2.. . 2. %regory 2imp, 5,anote#hnology6, (pringer-Cerlag, -???. =. Charles ; ;oole, :ran1 7 @wens, 5&ntrodu#tion to ,anote#hnology6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, 2..=. . \$harat \$hushan, 5(pringer +andboo1 of ,anote#hnology6, 2.. . G. Mi#hael 3ohler, 8olfgang, :rit4s#he, 5,anote#hnology* &ntrodu#tion to ,anostru#turing 2e#hni)ues6, 2.. . I. Mar1 9atner, /anial 9atner, 5,anote#hnology* " %entle &ntrodu#tion to the ,ext \$ig &dea6, ;earson, 2..=. B. 8illiam %oddard, /onald 8 \$renner, 5+andboo1 of ,ano (#ien#e !ngineering and 2e#hnology6, C9C ;ress, 2.. .

08O018 INTEGRATED CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY 3003

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS: Monolithi# integrated #ir#uits - origin of sili#on and its purifi#ation - #rystal growth, doping, wafer manufa#ture, #rystal orientation, growth of sili#on dioxide, oxidation pro#ess, oxide evaluation, thi#1ness, #ontamination and oxidation rea#tion. (') EPITAXIAL DEPOSITION: 9ea#tor - growth se)uen#e, evaluation - impurity introdu#tion and redistribution, diffusion > definition, pro#ess, mathemati#al analysis of diffusion, evaluation, ion implantation and its evaluation - non epitaxial CC/ pro#ess. (') PHOTOLITHOGRAPHY: ;ro#ess overview > photoresist, pro#ess se)uen#e, photomas1s, wafer fabri#ation environment, #hemi#als and #leaning pro#edures, parti#le monitoring te#hnology personal and #lean room pro#edures. (?)

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IC RESISTORS: (heet resistan#e, geometri#al fa#tors, diffused resistors, toleran#e, temperature #oeffi#ient, pin#h resistors, thin and thi#1 film resistors, &C #apa#itors, oxide #apa#itors, Eun#tion #apa#itors, thin and thi#1 film #apa#itors. (?) IC TRANSISTORS: ,;, transistors, #urrent gain, brea1down voltage, saturation voltage and resistan#e, lea1age #urrents, noise, fre)uen#y response, swit#hing transistors, ;,; transistors, diodes, Dener diodes, (#hott1y barrier diodes, Maximum voltage, #urrent, power and fre)uen#y. (') To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. ;eter %ise and 9i#hard \$lan#hard,- NModern (emi#ondu#tor :abri#ation 2e#hnologyN, ;renti#e +all, -?'I . 2. +ans 9 Camen4ind, N!le#troni# &ntegrated (ystems /esignN, Can ,ostrand 9einhold Co.,-?B2. =. 7ohn "llison, N!le#troni# &ntegrated Cir#uits-2heir 2e#hnology and /esignN, M#%raw +ill, -?BG

08O01I THIN FILM TECHNOLOGY 3003

EVAPORATION THEORY: Cosine law of emission. !mission from a point sour#e. Mass of material #ondensing on the substrate. (=) PREPARATION OF THIN FILMS: Chemi#al methods* Jualitative study of preparation of thin films by !le#troplating, vapour phase growth and anodi4ation. ;hysi#al methods* Ca#uum evaporation - (tudy of thin film va#uum #oating unit - Constru#tion and uses of vapour sour#es-wire, sublimation, #ru#ible and ele#tron bombardment heated sour#es. "r# and Laser evaporation. (puttering (tudy of glow /is#harge - ;hysi#al nature of sputtering - (puttering yield - !xperimental set up for /C sputtering, "C sputtering and 9: sputtering. ,u#leation and growth of thin films ()ualitative study only)* :our stages of film growth. (?) DEPOSITION MONITORING AND CONTROL: Mi#robalan#e, Crystal os#illator thi#1ness monitor, opti#al monitor, 9esistan#e Monitor. T:1<J),22 -,!2*0,-,) : Multiple \$eam &nterferometer, :i4eau (2olans1y) te#hni)ue - :ringes of e)ual #hromati# order (:!C@) method - !llipsometry ()ualitative only). (') ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES: (heet resistan#e - si4e effe#t - !le#tri#al #ondu#tion in thin metalli# films. !ffe#t of "geing and "nnealing - @xidation - "gglomeration. (G) DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES: /C #ondu#tion me#hanism - Low field and high field #ondu#tion. \$rea1down me#hanism in diele#tri# films - "C #ondu#tion me#hanism. 2emperature dependen#e of #ondu#tivity. (B) OPTICAL PROPERTIES: @pti#al #onstants and their determination - (pe#trophotometer method. "ntirefle#tion #oatings. &nterferen#e filters. 2hin film (olar Cells Cu&n(e2 solar #ell. (G) APPLICATION OF THIN FILMS: 2hin film resistors* Materials and /esign of thin film resistors (Choi#e of resistor and shape and area) - 2rimming of thin film resistors - sheet resistan#e #ontrol - &ndividual resistor trimming. 2hin film #apa#itors* Materials Capa#itor stru#tures - Capa#itor yield and #apa#itor stability. 2hin film field effe#t transistors* :abri#ation and #hara#teristi#s - 2hin film diodes. (G) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. Maissel L.& and %lang 9, 5+and \$oo1 of 2hin :ilm 2e#hnologyN, M#%raw +ill, -?B.. 2. Chopra 3 L, 52hin :ilm ;henomenaN, M# %raw +ill, -?I?. =. \$erry 9 8 and others, N2hin :ilm 2e#hnologyN, M# %raw +ill Company, -?B.. . +eavens @ (, N2hin :ilm ;hysi#sN, \$utter worths s#ientifi# publi#ations, -?GG. G. "nders +, N2hin :ilms in @pti#sN, :o#al press, -?IB. I. (#hwart4 \$ and (#hwart4 ,, NMeasurement 2e#hni)ues for 2hin :ilmsN, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, -?IB. B. %uthrie ", NCa#uum 2e#hnology6 7ohn 8iley and (ons, -?I=. '. +olland L, NCa#uum /eposition of 2hin :ilmsN, Chapman and +all, -?GI. ?. 9ao C C, %hosh, 2.\$., Chopra, 3.L., NCa#uum (#ien#e and 2e#hnologyN, "llied ;ubli#ations, -??'. -.. %oswami ", N2hin :ilm :undamentalsN, ,ew "ge &nternational (;) Ltd., -??I. --. "i#ha !lshabini-9iadaud :red / \$arlow &&&, N2hin :ilm 2e#hnology +and \$oo1N, M# %raw +ill Company, -??B.

08O020 LASER TECHNOLOGY 3003

EMISSION AND ABSORPTION OF RADIATION: !instein #oeffi#ients - negative absorption, shape and width of spe#tral lines, spontaneous and stimulated emission. (I) THRESHOLD CONDITION: 9ate e)uations - opti#al ex#itation in three and four level lasers, standing waves in a laser, #avity theory, modes, diffra#tion theory of the :abry - ;erot interferometer. (I) LASERS \$ITH SPHERICAL MIRRORS: 2ypes of resonators, stability diagram - #oheren#e - spatial and temporal. (G)

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LASER MATERIALS: "#tivator and host materials for solid lasers - growth te#hni)ues for solid laser materials - \$ridgman and (to#1-\$erger te#hni)ue - C4o#hrals1i and 3yropoulous te#hni)ues. (G) TYPES OF LASERS: (A+ %as lasers - +e-,e laser - "r S, +e-CdS lasers - ,2 and C@2 lasers - :abri#ation and ex#itation me#hanisms. (B+ Li)uid lasers, dye lasers, fabri#ation and ex#itation me#hanisms. (C+ (olid lasers - 9uby, ,d*A"%, glass semi#ondu#tor diode lasers, !x#imer Laser , !rbium doped laser. (?) LASER Q S\$ITCHING: Mode-lo#1ing, se#ond harmoni# generation, theory and experiment, materials for opti#al (+%. (I)

APPLICATIONS: Laser #ommuni#ations, holography, industrial appli#ations* #utting, drilling P welding, medi#al. (pe#tros#opi# ()ualitative), laser 9aman effe#t, stimulated 9aman effe#t - \$rillouin s#attering. (G) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. Lengyel \$ ", NLasersN, 8iley-&nter (#i., -?B-. 2. Marshall ( L, NLaser 2e#hnology and "ppli#ationsN, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co., -?'.. =. \$loom " L, N%as LasersN, 7ohn 8iley P (ons &n#., ,ew Aor1, -?I'. . (ona, %ordan and \$rea#h, NLasers and "ppli#ationsN, (#ientifi# ;ublishers &n#., ,ew Aor1, -?BI.

08O021 COMPOSITE MATERIALS 3003

INTRODUCTION: 9einfor#ement > :ibres > %lass fibre, "ramid fibre, Carbon fibre, boron fibre > :abri#ation > ;roperties > "ppli#ations > Comparison of fibres > ;arti#ulate and whis1er reinfor#ements. Matrix materials > ;roperties. (B) REINFORCEMENT H MATRIX INTERFACE: 8ettability > !ffe#t of surfa#e roughness > &nterfa#ial bonding > Methods for measuring bond strength. (G) POLYMER MATRIX COMPOSITES: 2ypes > ;ro#essing > 2hermal matrix #omposites > +and layup and spray te#hni)ue, filament winding, ;ultrution, resin transfer moulding, auto#lave moulding > 2hermoplasti# matrix #omposites > &nEe#tion moulding, film sta#1ing > /iaphragm forming > 2hermoplasti# tape laying. %lass fibreFpolymer interfa#e. Me#hani#al properties > :ra#ture. "ppli#ations. (B) METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES: 2ypes. &mportant metalli# matri#es. ;ro#essing > (olid state, li)uid state, deposition, insitu. (i# fibre F 2itanium interfa#e. Me#hani#al properties. "ppli#ations. (I) CERAMIC MATRIX COMPOSITES: Cerami# matrix materials > ;ro#essing > +ot pressing, li)uid infiltration te#hni)ue, Lanxide pro#ess, insitu #hemi#al rea#tion te#hni)ues > CC/, CC&, sol gel pro#ess. &nterfa#e in CMCs. Me#hani#al properties > 2hermal sho#1 resistan#e > "ppli#ations. (B) GEOMETRICAL ASPECTS: <nidire#tional laminas > Colume fra#tion and weight fra#tion > 8oven roving, in-plane random fibres > :ibre length and fibre orientation distribution > Coids > :ibre orientation during flow. (G) FATIGUE AND CREEP IN COMPOSITE MATERIALS: :atigue > (-, #urves > :atigue behaviors of CMCs > :atigue of parti#le and whis1er reinfor#ed #omposites > +ybrid #omposites > 2hermal fatigue > Creep. (G) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 3rishnan 3 Chawla, 5Composite Materials (#ien#e and !ngineering6, (pringer, 2..-. 2. Mathews : L and 9awlings 9 /, 5Composite Materials* !ngineering and (#ien#e6, C9C ;ress and 8oodhead ;ublishing Limited, 2..2. =. /ere1 +ull, 5"n introdu#tion to Composite Materials6, Cambridge <niversity ;ress, -?''. . +andboo1 of Composites > "meri#an (o#iety of Metals, -??..

08O022 ELECTRONIC CERAMICS 3003

STRUCTURE OF CERAMIC MATERIALS: ;auling0s rule > @xide stru#tures (ili#ate stru#tures > Clay minerals > polymorphism* displa#ive transformations, re#onstru#tuve transformation, (ili#a. (') STRUCTURE OF GLASSES: %lass formation > 9andom networ1 model > stru#ture of oxide glasses > glass formation > #omposition as a variable, heat flow and pre#ipitation from glasses > growth #ontrolled by diffusion of solutes > #rystalline glasses > enamels > photosensitive and photo#hromi# glasses. (?) OUTLINE OF ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES: Condu#tivity of #erami# materials > #erami# semi#ondu#tors and their uses as fixed resistors, heating elements, thermistors and varistors > pie4oele#tri# #erami#s > insulators. (I)

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DIELECTRIC MATERIALS: !le#troni#, ioni#, orientation and spa#e #harge polari4ation me#hanisms. !le#tri#al properties su#h as #apa#itive loss, diele#tri# #ondu#tivity and diele#tri# strength. (tru#tural diele#tri# materials. :erroele#tri# theory, ferroele#tri# state based on lo#al field. !ffe#ts of temperature, environment, #omposition and grain si4e. "nti-ferroele#tri# and ferroele#tri# transition. (') PIE5OELECTRIC CERAMICS: ;arameters for pie4oele#tri# #erami#s and measurement. %eneral #hara#tersti#s and fabri#ation of ;D2. "ppli#ations. (G) ELECTRO6OPTIC CERAMICS: \$irefringen#e. ,on-linear effe#ts in large ele#tri# fields. po#1ets effe#t. 3err effe#t. (e#ond harmoni# generation. Measurement of ele#tro-opti# properties - "ppli#ations. (I) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 3ingery, 5&ntrodu#tion to Cerami#s6, 7ohn 8iley ;ubli#ations, -??-. 2. Can Cla#1, 5;hysi#al Cerami#s for !ngineers6, "ddison 8esley, -?I . =. Moulson " 7 and +erbert 7 M, 5!le#tro Cerami#s6, !d. 2, 7ohn 8iley and (ons Ltd., 2..=. . 8illiam : (mith, 5:oundations of Materials s#ien#e and !ngineering6, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co., 2.... G. Mi#hel 8 \$arsoum, 5:undamentals of Cerami#s6, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co., -??B.

08O023 PLASMA TECHNOLOGY 3003

DISCHARGE PHYSICS AND GLO\$ DISCHARGE: 2ypes of /is#harges* "C and /C dis#harges - glow - ar# - #orona - rf - e#r dis#harges - #ondu#tion in ioni4ed gases. /iffusion* /iffusion and mobility - mean fee path and #ollision fre)uen#y - free diffusion mobility - ambipolar diffusion - transition diffusion - diffusion in magneti# field and fully ioni4ed plasma. %eneral stru#tures and features* C-& #hara#teristi#s - #athode layer - positive #oloumn - dis#harge in fast gas flow - glow dis#harge instabilities and their #onse)uen#es - thermal stability. (-.) ARC DISCHARGE: /efinition and #hara#teristi#s - features of ar# dis#harge - types of ar#s, high intensity ar#s - #lassifi#ation of ar#s- free burning ar# - wall, vortex, ele#trode, for#ed #onvention and magneti#ally stabili4ed ar#s - ,on thermal ar#sL low pressure and low intensity ar#s - initiation of ar#s - low pressure ar# with externally heated #athode - plasma temperature - C-& #hara#teristi#s - ele#tron and gas temperatures. (') 2hermally indu#ed random motion of parti#les - distribution of temperature and velo#ity in a gas - ioni4ation of atoms and mole#ules - (aha e)uation - degree of ioni4ation - ele#tron #on#entration - thermodynami# e)uilibrium of plasma in an ele#tri#al dis#harge definition of thermodynami# properties of plasma. (B) LABORATORY PLASMA SOURCESKDEVICES: Low temperature plasma generation - transferred and non-transferred ar# tor#hes and their #hara#teristi#s - heat transfer effi#ien#y of plasma tor#hes - design a##epts - spe#ial type of tor#h for metallurgi#al appli#ations - va#uum plasma tor#hes - rf tor#h and their #hara#teristi#s. (B) APPLICATIONS: ;lasma spraying of #erami#, alloys and metals - va#uum spraying - plasma redu#tion of ores and minerals plasma disasso#iation of #ompound oxides - plasma refining and remelting - plasma furna#e in steel ma1ing - plasma #utting sputtering - plasma enhan#ed #hemi#al vapour deposition - plasma nitriding and surfa#e #leaning. (B) PLASMA DIAGNOSTICS: te#hni)ue. !le#tri#al probe te#hni)ues - spe#tros#opi# methods - #harged parti#le methods - energy balan#e (=) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. Auri ; 9ai4er, 5%as /is#harge ;hysi#s6, (pringer > Cerlag, \$erlin, -??-. 2. ;lasma Metallurgy, 52he prin#iples of materials s#ien#e monographs6, 2=, Cladmir /embovs1y, !lsevier (#ien#e, 7an. -?'G. =. Lo#hite 8 and +oltgrevan, 5;lasma /iagnosti#s6, ,orth +olland ;ublishing Company, -?I'. . 5;lasma ;hysi#s and Controlled ,u#lear :usion 9esear#h6, Col.-,2 P =, &"!" ;ubli#ation. G. /resvin ( C and /ons1oi " C, 5;hysi#s and 2e#hnology of Low 2emperature ;lasmas6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, -?BB. I. 2arit1umar \$ose, 5+igh 2emperature %as /ynami#s6, (pringer, 2.. . B. :ran#is : Chen, 5&ntrodu#tion to ;lasma ;hysi#s6, ;lenum press (,ew Aor1), -?' . '. %eorge (#hmidt, 5;hysi#s of +igh 2emperature ;lasma6, "#ademi# press, ,ew Aor1, -?B?. ?. 5;lasma ;ro#essing and (ynthesis of Materials6, Materials 9esear#h (o#iety (ymposia ;ro#eedings, Col. =.. -.. \$rown ( C, 5&ntrodu#tion to !le#tri#al /is#harge in %ases6, 7ohn 8iley, ,ew Aor1, -??I. --. 9ossnagel ( M, Cuomo 7 7 and 8estwood 8 /, 5+andboo1 of ;lasma ;ro#essing 2e#hnology6, 8illiam "ndrew ;ublishing, -??..

08O024 COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE 3003

INTRODUCTION: &ntrodu#tion* (imulation as a tool for materials s#ien#e, Modelling of ,atural phenomena .> 2ypes of models* Juantum me#hani#al, atomisti#, mesos#opi#, #ontinuum > Multis#ale approa#hes. (B)

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ELEMENTS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS * /ifferential e)uations in dis#rete and #ontnum simulation methods > @rdinary differential e)uations for parti#le dynami#s, partial differential e)uations, #ondition F diffusion e)uation. (I) EMPIRICAL METHODS AND COARSE GRAINING : &ntrodu#tion - 9edu#tion to #lassi#al potentials > polar systems, Cander 8aals potential, potential for #ovalent bonds , !mbedded-atom potential. 2he Connolly > 8illiams, approximation > Latti#e gas model, Connolly 8illiams approximationL ;otential renormali4ation. \$asi# ideaL 2wo step renormali4ation s#heme. 2he first step, se#ond step and appli#ations to (i. (') MONTE CARLO METHODS: &ntrodu#tion to probability and statisti#s > \$asi#s of the Monte Carlo method > (to#hasti# pro#esses, Mar1ov pro#ess and !rgodi#ity. "lgorithms for Monte Carlo simulation > 9andom ,umbers, simple sampling te#hni)ue, importan#e of sampling te#hni)ue, %eneral #omments on dynami# models. "ppli#ations to systems of #lassi#al parti#les, modified Monte Carlo te#hni)ues, per#olation and polymer systems. (') APPLICATIONS OF MANTE6CARLO: 9amdom wal1, self-avioding wal1. Classi#al spin system- &sing model, ,u#leation, #rystal growth, :ra#tal system. (I) QUANTUM MONTE CARLO (QMC+ METHODS : &ntrodu#tion - Cariational Monte Carlo methods, /iffusion Monte Carlo method, path integral Monte Carlo method, Juantum spin models and other Juantum Monte Carlo methods. (B) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 2. =. . G. @hno 3, !sfarEani 3 and 3awa4oe A, 5&ntrodu#tion to Computational Materials (#ien#e from ab inito to Monte#arlo methods6, (pringer- Cerlag, -???. 9i#hard Catlow and !ugene 3otomin, 5Computational Materials (#ien#e6, &@( ;ress, 2..=. 9abbe /, 5Computational materials (#ien#e* 2he (imulation of Materials Mi#rostru#ture and ;roperties6, 8iley-CC+ , -??'. :ren1el / and (mith \$, 5<nderstanding mole#ular simulation from algorithm to appli#ations6, 3luwer, "#ademi# press, -???. Meyer M and ;onti1is C, 5Computer (imulation in Material (#ien#e* &nter atomi# potentials, simulation te#hni)ues and appli#ations6, 3luwer, "#ademi# press, 2..2.

08O02% QUANTUM MECHANICS 3003

THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF QUANTUM MECHANICS: !xperimental ba#1ground > the un#ertainty prin#iple > wave pa#1ets. (#hroedinger wave e)uation, time dependent and time independent e)uations, interpretation of the wave fun#tion and its normalisation, probability #urrent density, expe#tation values of dynami#al variables, operators #orresponding to dynami#al variables and their postulates > eigen fun#tions and eigen values of operators. (') VECTOR SPACES AND LINEAR OPERATORS: 9epresentation of operators by matrix-adEoint of an operator > +ermitian operator, unitary operator, similarity transformation, /ira#0s \$ra and 3et notation. +eisenberg0s representation of e)uation of motion. Matrix theory of +armoni# @s#illator. (B) HYDROGEN ATOM: (#hrodinger e)uation for +ydrogen li1e atoms and its solution (rigorous derivation is not in#luded). /is#ussions of energy eigen values, the hydrogen orbitals and )uantum numbers. (G) ANGULAR MOMENTUM: @rbital angular momentum, spin angular momentum operators and their properties with eigen values and eigen fun#tions. (G) APPROXIMATION METHODS: ;erturbation method > time independent perturbation of non-degenerate and degenerate #ases. :irst order #orre#tion, appli#ations. (tar1 effe#t and Deeman effe#t of +ydrogen atom > harmoni# os#illator, helium atom. (B) VARIATION METHOD: ;rin#iples of the variation method for ground state with proof. "ppli#ation of variation method to +e atom. @ther simple examples. ( ) TIME DEPENDENT PERTURBATION THEORY: :irst order #orre#tion > intera#tion between ele#tromagneti# wave and atoms > transition probabilities > !instein0s #oeffi#ients > sele#tion rules for harmoni# os#illator and hydrogen atom (rigorous derivation not in#luded). (I) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. (#hiff L &, NJuantum Me#hani#sN, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co.,-?BG. 2. %hata1 and Lo1anathan, NJuantum Me#hani#sN, 2he Ma#Millan Co., of &ndia Ltd -?BG. =. 3a1ani and Chandalia, NJuantum Me#hani#sN, (ultan Chand and (ons, -?'.. . Coulson !L\$( and @xford <niversity ;ress, NCalen#eN, -?I?. G. 7ohn C (later, NJuantum 2heory of Mole#ules and (olidsN (Col.&), M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co., -?IG. I. 9aEput ;ragati ;ra1ashan \$ (, N"dvan#ed Juantum Me#hani#sN, -??.. B. "mit %oswami, NJuantum Me#hani#sN, 8C\$ ;ublishers, -??2.

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BASICS OF LASER: Laser beam #hara#teristi#s, modes, noise, types of solid lasers (brief).

(G)

FUNDAMENTALS OF CRYSTALLOGRAPHY: (ymmetry operations and symmetry elements, point groups, tensor properties, diele#tri# des#ription of a #rystal, #rystal stru#ture of 3/;, \$a2i@= and Li,b@= (I) PROPAGATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC \$AVES: "nisotropi# media - index ellipsoid, propagation in uniaxial #rystals, \$irefringen#e, wave plates and #ompensators, opti#al a#tivity . (G) MATERIALS SELECTION FOR ELECTRO6OPTIC AND ACOUSTO6OPTIC DEVICES: %rowth of single #rystals - C4o#hrals1i, \$ridgmann and Done refining te#hni)ues. ( ) ELECTRO6OPTIC EFFECT: !-@ effe#t in 3/; !-@ retardation, !-@ modulation - longitudinal and transverse !-@ effe#t in #ubi# #rystals, !-@ J- swit#hing (!xperimental) \$eam defle#tors. (I) ACOUSTO6OPTIC AND ELASTO6OPTIC EFFECTS: Materials and devi#es based on these effe#ts - modulators. NON LINEAR PHENOMENA: (+%, mode lo#1ing and fre)uen#y mixing - materials and devi#es. ( ) (G)

NON LINEAR OPTICAL MATERIALS AND DEVICES: (emi#ondu#tors - measurement of third order opti#al non-linearities in semi#ondu#tors. @pti#al swit#hing devi#es employing opti#al non-linearities in semi#ondu#tors. %lasses - origin of non-linearity in glasses - (+%. (G) MOLECULAR CRYSTALS: %rowth of mole#ular #rystals by temperature differen#e method. Li)uid #rystal !-@ devi#es (brief). (2) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. &van ; 3aminov, N"n &ntrodu#tion to !le#tro-@pti# /evi#esN, "#ademi# press, ,ew Aor1, -?B . 2. Aariv ", 5Juantum !le#troni#sN, 7ohn 8iley P (ons, -?BG. =. Munn 9 8 (!d) and &ronsid C ,, N,on Linear @pti#al MaterialsN, \$la#1ie "#ademi# P ;rofessional, %lassgow, -??=. . 3o#hner 8, N(olid (tate Laser !ngineeringN, (pringer-Cerlag, ,ew Aor1, -?BI.

08O029 ANALYTICAL METHODS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE 3003

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE: Latti#e dire#tions and planes - Miller indi#es - (tereographi# proEe#tion - 8ulff net- Measurement of angle between poles - determination of Miller indi#es of an un1nown pole. O-ray diffra#tion, \$raggMs law, dire#tion of diffra#ted beam. /iffra#tion under nonideal #onditions - (#herrer formula for estimation of parti#le si4e. (G) X6RAY DIFFRACTION METHODS: Laue method, rotating #rystal method, powder method, /ebye-(#herrer #amera. &ntensity of diffra#ted beams, s#attering by an ele#tronL s#attering by an atomL s#attering by a unit #ell - stru#ture fa#tor - (tru#ture fa#tor #al#ulations. (B) SURFACE STUDY: 2he need for surfa#e study. (urfa#e #hemi#al #omposition* 2he extension of bul1 te#hni)ues to surfa#e studies - Mass spe#tros#opy and O-ray emission spe#tros#opy (;rin#iple and limitations) - Juadrapole mass spe#trometer. (pe#ial surfa#e te#hni)ues* !le#tron spe#tros#opy for #hemi#al analysis (!(C"), ultraviolet photo ele#tron spe#tros#opy (<;(), O ray photoele#tron spe#tros#opy (O;(), "uger ele#tron spe#tros#opy ("!(), !le#tron energy analysers, Laser 9aman (pe#tros#opy, (e#ondary ion mass spe#trometry, mass spe#trometer types - "ppli#ations. (B) SURFACE STRUCTURE AND SURFACE STRUCTURE ANALYSIS: <nit meshes of five types of surfa#e nets - diffra#tion from diperiodi# stru#tures. (urfa#e methods using ele#tron, low energy ele#tron diffra#tion (L!!/), refle#tion high energy ele#tron diffra#tion (9+!!/), (#anning ;robe mi#ros#ope. (B) ELECTRON BEAM TECHNIQUES: 2ransmission ele#tron Mi#ros#opy (2!M), (#anning 2ransmission !le#tron Mi#ros#opy ((2!M). &on \$eam 2e#hni)ues* 9utherford \$a#1s#attering (pe#trometry (9\$(), :ield &on Mi#ros#opy (:&M). (B) ADVANCED MICROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES: (#anning 2unnelling Mi#ros#opy, Constant #urrent and #onstant height - mode &nstrumentation - "tomi# :or#e Mi#ros#opy, &maging modes, :or#e sensor, /efle#tion dete#tion. ( ) THERMAL ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES: ;rin#iples of differential thermal analysis, differential s#anning #alorimetry and thermogravimetri# analysis - &nstrumentation - determination of transition temperature, heats of transition of plasti#s, metals and alloys and other materials. (G) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. Cullity "ddision \$ /, N!lements of O-ray /iffra#tionN, 8esley ;ublishing Co., -?IB. 2. ;rutton M, N(urfa#e ;hysi#sN, Clarenden ;ress @xford, -?BG. =. 2reatise on Materials (#ien#e and 2e#hnology, Colume 2B, N"nalyti#al te#hni)ues for thin filmsN, "#ademi# ;ress, &n#.,,ew Aor1, -??-. . 9ohert ( (han1aland, N"tomi# and ,u#lear ;hysi#sN, 2he Ma#millan Co., ,ew Aor1 -?I.. G. \$a#on % !, NO- ray and ,eutron /iffra#tionN, ;ergamon ;ress, -?II.

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!dward " Colline, 7an \$ares and :red 8 \$illmeyer, N!xperiments in ;olymer s#ien#eN, 7r 8iley - &nters#ien#e, -?B=. 9odri)ue4 :, 5;rin#iples of ;olymer (ystemsN, 2ata M#%raw +ill Co., -?B .

08O028 VACUUM SCIENCE AND DEPOSITION TECHNIQUES 3003

ELEMENTS OF HIGH VACUUM SYSTEM: (tudy of a system to produ#e high va#uum, pumping speed, #ondu#tan#e of an orifi#e and tube, losses in pumping speed and determination of pumping speed. (G) TYPES OF PUMPS: 9otary pump, diffusion pump, eEe#tor pump, turbo mole#ular pump, roots blower pump, getter ion pump, sputter ion pump, #ryosorption pump, #ryo#ondensation pump - wor1ing prin#iple, #onstru#tion, operation - pressure range, limitations and pumping #hara#teristi#s. (') PROBLEMS CONNECTED \$ITH HIGH VACUUM: @utgassing of materials - real and virtual lea1s - methods of lea1 dete#tion sealing substan#e outside and pressure #hange inside - rate of pressure rise method - halogen lea1 dete#tor and the helium lea1 dete#tor. (B) VACUUM COMPONENTS: \$affles and traps* (ome designs of baffles, inline trap, right angle trap, dished trap, re-entrant trap, spheri#al trap and sorption trap, pumping losses in baffles and traps ()ualitative). Ca#uum valves* %ate valve, dis# valve, flap valve, globe valve, needle valve and diaphragm valve. (ome types of ba#1able valves ("part, 2heorres and ,ier tange valve). Ca#uum seals* Common seals using elastomers, sliding and rotating seals, ele#tri#al lead and throughs. (?) VACUUM MEASUREMENTS: ;rimary gauges* Cis#osity gauge, radiometer types gauge, M#leod gauge with #onstru#tion and wor1ing prin#iple. S,<o)8!0F @!*@,2: ;irani gauge, thermo#ouple gauge, thermioni# ioni4ation gauge, #old #athode ionisation gauge (;enning gauge) - wor1ing prin#iple, #onstru#tion and operation limits. (B) ULTRA HIGH VACUUM GAUGES: O-ray limit of ionisation gauges, \$aird "lbert gauge, 3lopfer gauge, +elmer gauge, Lafferty gauge, 9ed head gauge. (=) MATERIALS USED IN VACUUM SYSTEM: Metals and their alloys, elastomer, glasses, #erami#s, va#uum greases, oils, #ements and waxes, drying and sorption agents. (=) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. "ndrew %uthrie, NCa#uum 2e#hnologyN, 7ohn 8iley, -?I=. 2. ;ip1o ", et al., N:undamentals of Ca#uum 2e#hni)uesN, Mir publishers, -?'B. =. "lbert ! \$arrington, N+igh Ca#uum !ngineeringN, ;renti#e +all, -?I . . %reen % L, 5/esign and Constru#tion of (mall Ca#uum (ystemN, Chapman and +all Ltd, -?I'. G. Leon & Maissel and 9einard %lang, N+and \$oo1 of 2hin :ilm 2e#hnologyN, M#%raw +ill, -?B.. I. /avy 7 9, 5&ndustrial +igh Ca#uumN, (ir &saa# ;itman and (ons, -?I=. B. /ennis , 2M and +eppel 2", NCa#uum (ystems /esignN, Chapman and +all Ltd., -?I'.

08O02I SEMICONDUCTING MATERIALS AND DEVICES 3003

PROPERTIES OF SEMICONDUCTORS: /ensity of states for a = dimensional system and in sub = dimensional system > +oles in semi#ondu#tors, \$and stru#tures of some semi#ondu#tors. Modifi#ation of band stru#ture by alloying and by hetero stru#tures. Juantum well stru#tures, &ntrinsi# #arrier #on#entration, /efe#t levels in semi#ondu#tors. (-.) DOPING AND CARRIER TRANSPORT: /oping* !xtrinsi# #arrier density > +eavily doped semi#ondu#tors > Modulation doping (M@/:!2) > 2ransport* (#attering of ele#trons > ;hoton and ionised impurity s#attering > Low field and high field transport in (i and %a"s > 2ransport of holes > Cery high field transport* \$rea1 down phenomena > "valan#he brea1 down (";/) > Carrier transport by diffusion. (-.) P N 'UNCTIONS AND BIPOLAR 'UNCTIONS TRANSISTORS: ;-, Eun#tion under bias* Charge inEe#tion and #urrent flow > Minority and maEority #urrents > "C response of the p-n diode > (mall signal e)uivalent #ir#uit of a diode > \$72* minority #arrier profiles > #urrent #omponents and #urrent gain > !bers > Moll model > @perating point and small signal e)uivalent #ir#uits > \$720s in integrated #ir#uits > +eteroEun#tion \$720s > Mi#rowave transistor > Jualitative operation of the 7:!2 and M@(:!2. (-2) OPTO ELECTRONIC DETECTORS AND LASER DIODES: @pti#al absorption in a semi#ondu#tor, Materials for opti#al dete#tors, ;hoto #urrent in a p-n diode, (olar #ell, "valan#he photo dete#tor, ;hoto transistor, Juantum well inter subband dete#tor. Laser diode, the laser stru#ture, the opti#al #avity, opti#al absorption, Loss and gain, Laser below and above threshold. "dvan#ed stru#tures, /ouble hetero stru#ture laser, Juantum well lasers, Juantum wire and )uantum dot lasers. (-.) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 7asprit (ingh, 5(emi#ondu#tor @ptoele#troni#s ;hysi#s and 2e#hnology6, M#%raw +ill Co., -??'. 2. 3evin : \$rennan, 52he ;hysi#s of (emi#ondu#tors6, Cambridge <niversity ;ress, -???. =. Mi#heal (hur, 5;hysi#s of (emi#ondu#tor /evi#es6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia, -???. . (4e ( M, 5;hysi#s of (emi#ondu#tor /evi#es6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, 2..-.

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08O030 SENSORS FOR ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS 3003

STRAIN AND PRESSURE MEASUREMENT * 9esistan#e strain guage, pie4oele#tri# pressure gauge, #hara#teristi#s. !le#troni# #ir#uits for strain gauge, load #ells. &nterferomete, :ibre-opti# methods. ;ressure gauges "neroid #apa#itan#e pressure gauge, ioni4ation gauge, <sing the transdu#ers for appli#ations. (?) MOTION SENSORS: Capa#itor plate sensor, &ndu#tive sensors, LC/2 "##elerometer systems, rotation sensors drag #up devi#es, pie4oele#tri# devi#es. 9otary en#oders. (') LIGHT RADIATION: Color temperature, light flux, photo sensors, photomultiplier, photo resistor and photo#ondu#tors, photodiodes, phototransistors, photovoltai# devi#es, fiber-opti# appli#ations, light transdu#er, solid-state ,transdu#ers li)uid #rystal devi#es. (?) HEAT AND TEMPERATURE: \$imetalli# strip, \$ourdon temperature gauge, thermo#ouples, 9esistan#e thermometers, thermistors, ;2C thermistors, bolometer, ;yroele#tri# dete#tor. (') ELECTRONIC SENSORS: ;roximity dete#tors > &ndu#tive and #apa#itive, ultrasoni#, photo beam dete#tors 9eed swit#h, magnet and +all-effe#t units, /oppler dete#tors, li)uid level dete#tors, flow sensors, smo1e sensors. (') To !" 42 REFERENCES* -. ;oebelin, ! @, 5Measurement (ystems, "ppli#ation and /esign6 , M#%raw +ill, :ifth !dition, 2.. 2. 7a#1 ; +olman, 5!xperimental Methods for !ngineers6, (eventh !dition, M#%raw +ill, <(", 2..-. =. &an 9 (in#lair, 5(ensors and 2ransdu#ers6, 2hird !dition, ,ewnes publishers, 2..-. . 9obert % (eippel, 52ransdu#ers, (ensors and /ete#tors6, 9eston ;ublishing Company, <(", -?'=.

CHEMISTRY 08O031 ENERGY STORING DEVICES AND FUEL CELLS 3003

BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS: Coltage, #urrent, #apa#ity, ele#tri#ity storage density, power, dis#harge rate, #y#le life, energy effi#ien#y, shelf life. (G) PRIMARY BATTERIES: 2he #hemistry, fabri#ation, performan#e aspe#ts, pa#1ing and rating of 4in#-#arbon, magnesium, al1aline, manganous dioxide, mer#uri# oxide, silver oxide batteries, 4in#Fair and lithium button #ells- solid ele#trolyte #ells. (G) SECONDARY BATTERIES: 2he #hemistry, fabri#ation and performan#e aspe#ts and rating of lead a#id and valve regulated (sealed) lead a#id, ni#1el-#admium, ni#1el-4in#, lithium and lithium ion batteries - 9e#hargeable 4in# al1aline battery. 9eserve batteries* Din#-silver oxide, lithium anode #ell, thermal batteries. (I) BATTERIES FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES: MetalFair, 4in#-bromine, sodium-beta alumina and lithiumFiron sulphide batteries. (outline only) .;hotogalvani# #ells. \$attery spe#ifi#ations for #ars, heart pa#ema1ers, #omputer standby supplies et#. (G) FUEL CELLS: &ntrodu#tion > relevan#e, importan#e and #lassifi#ation of fuel #ells. \$a#1ground theory - thermodynami# aspe#ts of ele#tro#hemistry-energy #onversion and its effi#ien#y > fa#tors affe#ting the effi#ien#y, ele#trode 1ineti#s of ele#tro#hemi#al energy #onversion. (I) TYPES OF FUEL CELLS: /es#ription, wor1ing prin#iple, #omponents, appli#ations and environmental aspe#ts of the following types of fuel #ells* al1aline fuel #ells, phosphori# a#id, solid oxide, molten #arbonate, dire#t methanol fuel #ells. ;roton !x#hange Membrane fuel #ells - basi# aspe#ts > wor1ing and high temperature operation > re#ent development in te#hnology. (I) HYDROGEN AS FUEL: (our#es of hydrogen and preparation > #lean up and storage > use as fuel in #ells. (=)

SOLAR CELLS: !nergy #onversion devi#es, photovoltai# and photo ele#tro#hemi#al #ells > photo bio#hemi#al #onversion #ell. (=) ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT: :uture prospe#ts-renewable energy and effi#ien#y of renewable fuels > e#onomy of hydrogen energy > life #y#le assessment of fuel #ell systems. (=) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. "uli#e (#ibioh M.and Ciswanathan \$, 5:uel Cells > ;rin#iples and "ppli#ations0, <niversity ;ress (&ndia), 2..I 2. \$arbir : 5;!M fuel #ells* theory and pra#ti#e6 !lsevier, \$urlington, M" 2..G. =. /ell, 9onald M 9and, /avid " 7, 5<nderstanding \$atteries6, 9oyal (o#iety of Chemistry, 2..-. . ;let#her / and 8alsh C,5&ndustrial !le#tro#hemistry6, \$la#1ie "#ademi# and ;rofessional, -??=. REFERENCES:

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08O032 POLYMERS IN ELECTRONICS 3003

POLYMERIC MATERIALS: &ntrodu#tion > @rigin, #lassifi#ation, formation of polymers > #hain growth and step growth polymeri4ation, #opolymeri4ation. 2hermoplasti#s and thermosets. Mi#ro stru#tures in polymers > polymer length, mole#ular weight, amorphous and #rystalline, thermal transitions in plasti#s. (') IC FABRICATION PROCESSES: (tarting material pro#esses > (ili#a purifi#ation, ingot growth, wafer generation. &maging pro#esses > pretreatment, #oating, softba1ing, exposure, development. /eposition and %rowth pro#esses > @xidation, epitaxy, diffusion, ion implantation, metalli4ation, #hemi#al-vapor deposition. !t#hing and Mas1ing pro#esses > <ndoped sili#on dioxide et#hing, doped sili#on dioxide et#hing, polysili#on et#hing, sili#on nitride et#hing, "luminium et#hing, metal lift-off, polyimide et#hing, resist implant mas1ing, photomas1 et#hing. (-.) PHOTORESISTS: Chemistry and types of photoresists > (yntheti# photopolymers > ;hoto#hemistry of #rosslin1ing > 8afer pro#essable photoresists > 9esist pro#essing > /evelopment of #rosslin1ing resists. (I) ELECTRONICALLY CONDUCTING POLYMERS: %eneral des#ription > \$and theory, insulators, semi#ondu#tors, metals, semimetals, poly(sulfur nitride), polya#etylene > (ynthesis, stru#ture and morphology. Condu#tivity doping, theory, uses. ;henylene polymers > poly(para-phenylene), poly(phenylene vinylenes),poly(phenylene sulfide). ;olypyrrole and ;olythiophene, ;olyaniline. (ta#1ed phtalo#yanine polymers, polymers with transition metals in the side-group stru#ture. (-.) PRINCIPLES OF OPTICAL LITHOGRAPHY: &ntrodu#tion > %enerali4ed ;hotolithographi# systems. @pti#al exposure te#hni)ues > #onta#t proximity printing, proEe#tion printing. ;hotoresists and substrates > %eneral properties of photoresists, opti#al properties of positive photoresists, the wafer substrate, substrate topography, multilayer resist te#hnology. Chara#terisation of lithographi# image. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. /avid 7 !lliot, 5&ntegrated Cir#uit :abri#ation 2e#hnology6, M#%raw-+ill \$oo1 Company, <(", -?'2. 2. ,orman % !inspru#h, 5CL(& !le#troni#s Mi#rostru#ture (#ien#e6, Colume -, "#ademi# ;ress, ,ew Aor1, -?'-. REFERENCES: -. +arry 9 "ll#o#1, :rederi#1 8 Lampe and 7ames ! Mar1, 5Contemporary ;olymer Chemistry6, 2hird !dition, ;earson ;renti#e +all, 2..G. 2. "rnost 9eiser, 5;hotorea#tive ;olymers the (#ien#e and 2e#hnology of 9esists6, 8iley &nters#ien#e, ,ew Aor1, -?'?.

08O033 ORGANIC ELECTRONICS 3003

INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC ELECTRONIC MATERIALS: @rgani# ele#troni# materials > #lassifi#ation. @rgani# 2hin-film transistor > ar#hite#ture, operating mode, fabri#ation te#hni)ues, (tru#ture - property relationships. Methods of improving performan#e > stru#tural perfe#tion, devi#e ar#hite#ture. !le#tri#al and environmental stability > #hemi#al effe#ts on stability. %ate diele#tri#s on ele#tri#al fun#tionality. (-2) ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR ORGANIC ELECTRONICS: ;enta#ene transistors - performan#e. !ngineered penta#enes > 9eversible fun#tionali4ation > end-substituted derivatives, perifun#tionali4ed penta#enes. +eteropenta#enes. (emi#ondu#tors based on polythiophene and &ndoloU=,2-bV#arba4ole > polydial1ylterthiophenes, polydial1yl)uaterthiophenes, polythiophene nanoparti#les, indo#arba4ole designs. (-.) MANUFACTURE METHODS: ;rodu#tion of substrates for organi# ele#troni#s - 9eel-to-reel Ca#uum metalli4ation. @rgani# vapor phase deposition > produ#tion of 2:2s, @L!/, organi# photovoltai#s. Mi#ro- and nanofabri#ation te#hni)ues > thermal imaging, printing. /igital lithography for 2:2 fabri#ation, solution based printing. (-.) DEVICES4 APPLICATIONS AND PRODUCTS: 2ransistors to &ntegrated #ir#uits > fabri#ation and #hara#teri4ation of &Cs. ,on-rigid display > 9oll-up "#tive-matrix displays design. "#tive >matrix Light-emitting displays > advantages over LC/s, fabri#ation pro#ess. Large-area dete#tors and sensors > future prospe#ts. @rgani# semi#ondu#tor-based #hemi#al sensors. (-.) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. +agen 3lau1 5@rgani# !le#troni#s* Materials, Manufa#turing, and "ppli#ations6 8iley-CC+ 2..I

08O034 FUNCTIONAL COATINGS BY POLYMER MICRO ENCAPSULATION 3003

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SUITABILITY OF TEXTILES: 2extile rea#tive sites > #ellulose, protein, amide, a#rylonitrile, ester, urethane, Lin1ages > ioni#, #ovalent, #o-ordinate, vander 8aals0 > "bsorption and adsorption > %lass transition temperature and properties. (?) CHEMICALS AND POLYMERS FOR DEPOSITS: 2itanium oxide, 4in# oxide, #arbon bla#1, barium sulphate > polyamine, polystyrene, polyal#ohol, polyester, polyurethane > e#o parameters, surfa#e tension and surfa#e a#tive #ompounds. (') APPLICATION METHODS: (ele#tion of methods for suitable fabri# > deposition and rea#tion type > resin finishing, sili#one finishing, emulsion finishing, en4yme finishing > me#hanism of durable finishing > heat setting, #hemi#al and ele#tro#hemi#al theory > #olloidal theory, solid solution theory. (?) EFFECT OF TECHNIQUES: :inishing effe#t > <C prote#tion, stain repellent, anti stati#, flame retardant, water repellentFwater proof, anti mi#robial. (') QUALITY ASSESSMENT: (uitable testing methods. "ssessment for durability, strength, softness, stiffness > hydrophili# and hydrophobi# #hara#ter > (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. ;almer 7ohn, 8, 52extile ;ro#essing and :inishing "ids0 9e#ent "dvan#e6, MahaEan \$oo1 /istributors, -??I. 2. ;eter 9 +, 52extile Chemistry > Col > &&&6, 2he ;hysi#al Chemistry of /yeing, !lsevier, -?BG. REFERENCES: -. ;er1ins 8 (, 52extile Colouration and :inishing6, Carolina "#ademi# ;ress, <3, -??I, 2. ;radip C Mehta, 5"n &ntrodu#tion to Juality Control for the "pparel &ndustry6, "(JC Juality ;ress, ,A, -??2. =. Chaplin and \$u#1e, 5!n4yme 2e#hnology6, Cambridge university ;ress, Cambridge, -??..

08O03% ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR TEXTILES AND TEXTILE ANCILLARIES 3003

MOLECULAR \$EIGHT DETERMINATION: ,umber "verage, 8eight "verage, Cis#osity average mole#ular weights. Methods of determination of mole#ular weight for original and suitably #hemi#al treated textiles. (') QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS: &dentifi#ation of textile polymers > #onfirmation of different groups in the textile polymers > #ellulose, protein, amide, ester > methods of analysis, :astness #hara#ters of different dyes > &nvestigation of dyes. (I) QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS: "nalysis of textile polymers in blends > #hemi#als for different polymers, methods > /ensity gradient method, solvent method, O-ray method. (I) MICROSCOPIC4 AND X6RAY STUDY: ;roEe#tion mi#ros#opes, (#anning !le#tron Mi#ros#ope, O-ray diffra#tion- "ssessment of alignment, morphology, phases and differen#es that arise during treatments. (') SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES: <C-C&(, :2&9 and ,M9 spe#tros#opi# studies. (')

QUALITY STUDY* !ffi#ien#y of a#hievement in )uality using various suitable #hemi#al treatments > s#ouring, mer#erising, dyeing, printing and finishing, #leaning by wet and solvent methods > (tain removal. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. Cen1ataraman 3, 52he Chemistry of syntheti# /yes > Col. & P &&, "#ademi# ;ress, ,ew Aor1, -??. 2. 8illard + +, Meritt L L, /ean 7 " and (ettle : ", 5&nstrumental Methods of "nalysis6 C\$( ;ublishers and /istributors, ,ew /elhi, -?'I. =. (henai C ", 5!valuation of 2extile Chemi#als6 (eva1 ;ubli#ations, Mumbai, -?'.. REFERENCES: -. (1oog / ", +oller : 7 and ,ieman 2", 5;rin#iples of &nstrumental "nalysis6, +ar#ourt \$ara#e College ;ublishing, :&, -??'. 2. Mu1hopadhyay ( 3, 5"dvan#es in :iber (#ien#e6, 2he 2extile &nstitute, <3, -??2. =. M#Laren 3, 52he Colour (#ien#e of /yes and ;igments6, "dam > +ilger, \$ristol, <3, -?'=. . &(& +and boo1 of 2extile 2esting, &ndian (tandards &nstitution, ,ew /elhi, -?'2.

08O033 POLYMERS AND COMPOSITES 3003

OVERVIE\$: &ntrodu#tion > /efinitions and #lassifi#ation > Matrix at reinfor#ements > :a#tors determining properties > benefits of #omposites. (G) REINFORCEMENTS AND REINFORCEMENT>MATRIX INTERFACE: ,atural, syntheti# organi# and inorgani# fibres > parti#ulate and whis1er reinfor#ements > reinfor#ement matrix interfa#e. ;rodu#tion, #hemistry and properties of glass fibre, asbestos, boron, high sili#a and )uart4 fibers. (I)

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POLYMER NANOCOMPOSITES: Classifi#ation, nanosi4ed additives, advantages. Clay #ontaining polymeri# nano#omposites, polyolefine nano#omposites, polymer sili#ate nano#omposite via melt > "ppli#ations of nano#omposites. (I) APPLICATION OF POLYMER COMPOSITES: ;olymer-matrix #omposites with #ontinuous and dis#ontinuous fillers appli#ation in ele#tri#al, ele#tromagneti#, thermoele#tri#, diele#tri#, opti#al appli#ations. ;olymer #omposite for biomedi#al and vibration damping. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. /eborah Chung / L, 5Composite Materials* (#ien#e and "ppli#ations6, (pringer &nternational, <(", 2.. . 2. Matthews : L and 9awlings 9 /, 5Composite Materials* !ngineering and (#ien#e6, 8oodhead ;ublishers, !ngland, -???. REFERENCES: -. ;arag /iwan and "shish \$haradwaE, 5,ano Composites6, ;entagon ;ress, &ndia, 2..I. 2. %eorge Lubin, 5+andboo1 of :iberglass and "dvan#ed ;lasti#s Composites6, Can ,ostrand 9einhold Company, ,ew Aor1, -?I?.

08O039 CORROSION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 3003

THERMODYNAMICS OF AQUEOUS CORROSION: !le#trode pro#esses > ele#trode potential, free energy, emf series, potential measurements, #omputation and #onstru#tion of ;ourbaix diagrams of :e, "l, pra#ti#al use of !-p+ diagrams. Chemi#al Cs ele#tro#hemi#al me#hanisms of #orrosion rea#tions, #orrosion rate expressions. (B)

#INETICS OF AQUEOUS CORROSION: Corrosion #urrent density and #orrosion rate, ex#hange #urrent density, polari4ation a#tivation #ontrol, 2afel e)uation, #on#entration polarisation, mixed potential theory, #ombined polari4ation. ;assivity- potentiostati# polari4ation #urves, fa#tors affe#ting passivity, me#hanism of a#tion of passivators. (B) FACTORS AFFECTING AQUEOUS CORROSION: !ffe#t of environmental variable - effe#t of p+, oxidation potential, temperature, velo#ityFfluid flow rate, #on#entration, biologi#al effe#ts. !ffe#t of metallurgi#al variables - metals and their surfa#es, alloys and their surfa#es, effe#t of alloying on #orrosion resistan#e, effe#t of heat treatment. (G) FORMS OF CORROSION: %eneral #orrosion - atmospheri# #orrosion, galvani# #orrosion, general biologi#al #orrosion. Lo#alised #orrosion - filiform #orrosion, #revi#e #orrosion, pitting #orrosion, lo#ali4ed biologi#al #orrosion. Metallurgi#ally influen#ed #orrosioninter granular #orrosion, de-alloying. Me#hani#ally assisted #orrosion - erosion #orrosion, fretting #orrosion, #orrosion fatigue. !nvironmentally indu#ed #ra#1ing > me#hanisms of stress #orrosion #ra#1ing and hydrogen embitterment. (') PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF CORROSION: Corrosion #ontrol by design. (ele#tion of #orrosion resistant materials > alloying, stainless steel and brass. @xidation resistant materials, #ontrol of high temperature oxidation. Cathodi# and anodi# prote#tion methods. <se of inhibitors-types, appli#ations. Corrosion in #old water pipes - Langalier saturation index. (I) CORROSION MONITORING: &ntrodu#tion - @n-stream monitoring > !le#tri#al resistan#e, linear polari4ation, hydrogen test probe, ultrasoni# testing, radiography and #orrosion #oupons. @ff-stream monitoring e)uipments > "#ousti# emission testing, eddy #urrent inspe#tion, li)uid penetration inspe#tion. (G) CORROSION TESTING: ;urpose and #lassifi#ation. /imensional #harge - <ltrasoni# thi#1ness measurements, eddy #urrent, mi#ros#opi# examination. 8eight #harge > (pe#imen preparation, test #onditions and evaluation of results for overall #orrosion, (CC, &%C. !le#tro#hemi#al te#hni)ues > ;olari4ation #urves, 2afel extrapolation, linear polari4ation, "C impedan#e methods (!&(). ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 3enneth 9 2rethewey and 7ohn Chamberlain, 5Corrosion > :or s#ien#e and engineering6, (e#ond edition, Longman &n#., -??I. 2. 9aEnarayan, 5Metalli# #orrosion and prevention6, @xford ;ubli#ations, -?''. =. Mars % :ontana, 5Corrosion !ngineering6, 2hird !dition, M# %raw +ill &n#., -?'B. . +erbert + <hlig and 8inston 9evie 9, 5Corrosion and #orrosion #ontrol > "n introdu#tion to #orrosion s#ien#e and !ngineering6, 2hird !dition, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, -?'G.

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08O038 CHEMISTRY OF NANOMATERIALS 3003

SYNTHESIS OF NANOPARTICLES: &ntrodu#tion > hydrolysis-oxidation- thermolysis - metathesis-solvothermel methods.sono#hemistryL nanometals-powers of metalli# nano parti#les-metalli# #olloids Palloys -polymer metal #omposites-metalli# oxides-rare earth oxides-mesoporous materials-mixed oxides. sono ele#tro #hemistry-nano#rystalline materials. mi#ro wave heatingmi#ro wave synthesis of nano metalli# parti#les. (-.) NLO PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC MATERIALS: \$asi# #on#epts-9elationship between mole#ular stru#ture and ,L@ properties Materials design-organi# #rystals-;oled polymers, self assembled monolayer-2hird order ,L@ materials >Chromophores for opti#al limiting (') NANO POROUS SILICON AND ITS APPLICATIONS: &ntrodu#tion > ;reparation and Chara#teri4ation of porous sili#on substrates > (urfa#e #hemistry of porous sili#on surfa#es > Chemi#al "ppli#ations \$ased on porous sili#on > \$ioa#tive porous sili#on. NANOCATALYSIS: &ntrodu#tion > Chemi#al 9ea#tion on point /efe#ts of @xide surfa#es > Chemi#al 9ea#tions and #atalyti# ;ro#esses on free and supported #lusters. (') NANOPOROUS MATERIALS: &ntrodu#tion > (tability of open-:ramewor1 Materials > "luminosili#ate Deolites > @pen-framewor1 Metal ;hosphates > "luminum ;hosphates > ;hosphates of %allium and &ndium > 2in(&&);hosphates and "ntimony (&&&)phosphates > 2ransition Metal ;hosphates > Molybdenum and Canadium phosphates > &ron phosphates (') NANOPARTICLE AND NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS: ;reparation of ,anoparti#le-metal parti#les* 2hermal de#omposition of metal #arbonyls, semi#ondu#tors, Deolites, inverse mi#elles, %els, phosphates and polymers. Cerami# nano parti#les - sol-gel"erosols and Oerogels, pre#ipitation and digestion. ;hysi#al and Chemi#al properties * Metalli# behavior > magneti# behavior > \$inding energies and melting points >opti#al and ele#troni# properties >,L@ properties >metals and semi#ondu#tors. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: 1. 9ao C , 9, Muller " and Cheetham " 3, 52he Chemistry of ,ano materials* (ynthesis, ;roperties and "ppli#ations6, Col. - P 2, 8iley-CC+, 2.. . REFERENCE: -. &nterrante L C and +ampden-(mith M 7,6Chemistry of "dvan#ed Materials6, 8iley -CC+, -?''.

08O03I POLYMER CHEMISTRY AND POLYMER PROCESSING 3003

POLYMERIC MATERIALS: &ntrodu#tion > @rigin, #lassifi#ation, formation of polymers > #hain growth and step growth polymeri4ation, #opolymeri4ation. 2hermoplasti#s and thermosets. Mi#ro stru#tures in polymers > polymer length, mole#ular weight, amorphous and #rystalline, thermal transitions in plasti#s. ;hysi#al basis of polymer pro#essing > Li)uids and vis#osity, vis#osity and polymer pro#essing, shear stress in polymer system, non-newtonian flow, melt flow index. (-.) MIXING: ;olymers and additives > Modifying and prote#tive additives. ;hysi#al form of polymer mixes > 2ypes of mixing > Ma#hines for mixing > 2win drum tumbler, ribbon blender high speed mixer, ball mill, two roll mill, banbury mixer. (G) IN'ECTION AND EXTRUSION MOULDING: &nEe#tion moulding > prin#iple, e)uipment, material and produ#t #onsiderations, operations and #ontrol, spe#ial inEe#tion molding pro#esses. !xtrusion molding > prin#iple, features of single s#rew extruder, flow me#hanism, twin s#rew extruder, extruder and die #hara#teristi#s. (B) BLO\$ MOLDING AND THERMOFORMING: ;rin#iple > extrusion blow molding, inEe#tion blow molding, molds and dies, operation and #ontrol for blow molding. 2hermoforming* ;rin#iple, e)uipment and produ#t #onsiderations, va#uum forming. (I) COMPRESSION AND TRANSFER MOLDING PROCESS: ;rin#iple, thermosetting #ompounds, #ompression molding and transfer moulding, rea#tion inEe#tion molding #old forming, sintering and ram extrusion. (G) CASTING AND FOAMING PROCESS: Casting pro#ess > e)uipment, produ#t #onsiderations, operation and #ontrol. :oaming pro#ess* ;ro#ess to #reate foams in resins, pro#esses to shape and solidify foams, foam insulation. (G) FIBER REINFORCED PLASTICS: Materials, hand lay-up pro#ess, sheet moulding #ompound ((MC), dough moulding #ompound, pro#ess variants, me#hani#al strength of fiber reinfor#e plasti#s. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S:

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REFERENCES: -. \$rydson 7 ", 5;lasti# Materials6, \$utterworths, London. 2. /eborah / L Chung, 5Composite Materials* (#ien#e and "ppli#ations6, (pringer &nternational, <(", 2.. . =.

08O040 ELECTROANALYTICAL METHODS 3003

FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS: !le#troanalysis, faradai# pro#esses, mass-transport-#ontrolled rea#tions, potential-step experiment, potential-sweep experiments, rate of ele#tron transfer, a#tivated #omplex theory, ele#tri#al double layer, ele#tro#apillary effe#t. (') ELECTRODE REACTIONS AND INTERFACIAL PROPERTIES: Cy#li# voltammetry, reversible, irreversible and )uasi-reversible systems, study of rea#tion me#hanisms, adsorption pro#esses, )uantitative appli#ations. !le#tro#hemilumines#en#e. (#anning probe mi#ros#opy. &mpedan#e spe#tros#opy. (-.) CONTROLLED6POTENTIAL TECHNIQUES: Chronoamperometry, polarography, pulse voltammetry, normal-pulse voltammetry, differential-pulse voltammetry, s)uare-wave voltammetry, stair#ase voltammetry, a# voltammetry. (tripping analysis. (-.) EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES: Constru#tion of #ells and instrumentation. 8or1ing ele#trodes and their types. (olvents and supporting ele#trolytes. ( ) POTENTIOMETRY: ;rin#iples of potentiometri# measurements, Ion-sele#tive ele#trodes - glass ele#trodes, p+ ele#trodes, glass ele#trodes, li)uid membrane ele#trodes, ion ex#hanger ele#trodes, neutral #arrier ele#trodes and solid-state ele#trodes. (-.) To !" 42 REFERENCES:

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7oseph 8ang, 5"nalyti#al !le#tro#hemistry6, 2hird edition, 8iley &nters#ien#e, 2..I. 7effery % +, \$assett 7, Mendham 7 and /enney 9 C, 5Cogel0s 2ext boo1 of Juantitative Chemi#al "nalysis6, !L\$(, :ifth !dition, Longman, (ingapore ;ublishers, (ingapore, -??I.

08O041 INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 3003

SEPARATION TECHNIQUES: Chromatographi# methods - prin#iples, #lassifi#ation > Column #hromatography, Li)uid #hromatography, ;aper #hromatography, +;LC, 2hin layer #hromatography, &on-ex#hange #hromatography, %as #hromatography, %C-Mass #hromatography. (uper#riti#al fluid #hromatographyL Capillary ele#trophoresis > prin#iples, instrumentation and appli#ations. (') THERMAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS: appli#ations. (G) 2hermal analyti#al te#hni)ues > 2%", /2", /(C > prin#iples, instrumentation and

SPECTRAL METHODS: "tomi# absorption spe#tros#opy, "tomi# emission spe#tros#opy, &C;-"!( spe#tros#opy - prin#iples, instrumentation and appli#ations. :lame emission spe#tros#opy > :lame spe#trophotometers, )uantitative analysis by flame emission spe#tros#opy. Light s#attering methods > nephelometry, turbidometry, 9aman s#attering > prin#iples and appli#ations. (-.) UV6VIS SPECTROSCOPY: \$asi#s > types of transitions > &nstrumentation > double beam <C-C&( spe#trophotometer > :a#tors influen#ing max > 8oodward fieser rules >appli#ations. (G) IR SPECTROSCOPY: \$asi#s - theory > &nstrumentation > sample handling > wor1ing of double beam &9 spe#trophotometer > modes of vibrations > sele#tion rules > fa#tors influen#ing vibrational fre)uen#ies > interpretation of spe#tra > :inger print region > ;J9 bran#hes > #hara#teristi# group fre)uen#ies > appli#ations to organi# and inorgani# #ompounds > problems. 9aman (pe#tros#opy* \$asi#s > (to1es and antisto1es lines > #omparison of &9 P 9aman > mutual ex#lusion prin#iple > appli#ations. (I) MASS SPECTROMETRY: Prin#iples > &nstrumentation > double fo#using mass spe#trometer > mole#ular ions > metastable ions > fragmentation pattern > M#Lafferty rearrangement > 9etro diels alder rea#tion > determination of mole#ular weight > nitrogen rule > fragmentation in organi# #ompounds. Mossbauer spe#tros#opy* Mossbauer nu#lei > /oppler effe#t > isomer shift > )uadrupole splitting > magneti# hyperfine intera#tions > appli#ations. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. \$anwell C , and M#Cash ! M, 5:undamentals of mole#ular spe#tros#opy6, :ourth !dition, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, -??G. 2. 3emp 8, 5@rgani# (pe#tros#opy6, 2hird !dition, !L\$(, M#Millan, London, -??-. =. 8illiams / + and :leming &, 5(pe#tros#opi# Methods in @rgani# Chemistry6, :ourth !dition, M#%raw +ill, ,ew Aor1, -?'?. REFERENCES: -. ;avia / L, Lampman % M and 3ri4 % (, 5&ntrodu#tion to (pe#tros#opy6, 2hird !dition, \$roo1sFCole ;ub, (ingapore, 2..-.

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/rago 9, 5;hysi#al Methods for Chemists6, (aunders, ;hiladelphia, -??2. ;asto /, 7ohnson C and M.Miller, 5!xperiments and 2e#hni)ues in @rgani# Chemistry6, ;renti#e- +all &n#., ,ew 7ersey, -??2. (ilverstein 9 M, \$assler % C and Morril 2 C, 5(pe#trometri# &dentifi#ation of @rgani# Compounds6, 7ohn 8iley, ,ew Aor1, -??-.

ADDITION REACTIONS: 9ea#tive intermediates > formation and stability of #arbonium ions, #arbanions, #arbenes and #arbenoids, nitrenes, radi#als and arynes. "ddition to #arbon-#arbon and #arbon > hetero multiple bonds >ele#trophili#, nu#leophili# and free radi#al additions - stereo#hemistry of addition to #arbon-#arbon multiple bonds- orientation and rea#tivity, addition to #onEugated systems and orientation > addition to , unsaturated #arbonyl groups. (') SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS: "liphati# nu#leophili# substitutions > (,-, (,2 and (,i me#hanisms- effe#ts of substrate, atta#1ing nu#leophile, leaving group and solvent- stereo#hemistry of nu#leophili# substitution rea#tions- substitutions at #arbonyl, bridgehead, vinyli# and allyli# #arbons- neighbouring group parti#ipation, norbornyl #ation and other non-#lassi#al #arbo#ations, ambident nu#leophiles > @ versus C al1ylation. aromati# nu#leophili# substitutions - me#hanisms effe#ts of substrate, stru#ture, leaving group and atta#1ing nu#leophile. > various methods of ben4yne generation and rea#tions of ben4ynes, rea#tions of aryl dia4onium salts. Ci#arious nu#leophili# substitution (C,(), Chi#hibabin and (#hiermann rea#tions - "romati# ele#trophili# substitution rea#tions and me#hanisms. (-.) ELIMINATION REACTIONS: !-, !2 and !l#\$ me#hanisms > stereo#hemistry of !2 elimination > #ompetition between elimination and substitution rea#tions > orientation effe#ts in elimination rea#tions > effe#ts of substrate stru#tures, atta#1ing base, leaving group and medium on !- and !2 rea#tions > pyrolyti# eliminations > \$redt0s rule. (') REARRANGEMENTS: %eneral me#hanisti# #onsiderations, nature of migration, migratory aptitude - nu#leophili#, ele#trophili# and free radi#al rearrangements > 8agner > Meerwein, M#Lafferty, /emyanov, \$en4il-ben4ili# a#id, :avors1ii, :rits#h-\$uttenberg8ie#hell, ,eber, +ofmann, Curtius, \$e#1mann, (#hmidt, Lossen, 8olff, \$aeyer > Cilliger, (tevens, 8ittig, Chapman, 8alla#h, @rton, \$amberger, ;ummerer and Con 9it#hter rearrangements. (') REAGENTS IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS: /iborane, lithium aluminium hydride, sodium borohydride, selenium dioxide, osmium tetroxide, phenyl isothio#yanate, ,\$(, di#y#lohexyl#arbodiimide(/CC), lead tetraa#etate, pyridinium #holoro#hromate(;CC), (wern oxidation, p-toluenesulphonyl #hloride, trifluoroa#eti# a#id, lithium diisopropylamide (L/"), -,=-dithiane (rea#tive umpolung), #rown ethers, trimethyl silyl iodide, di#hlorodi#yanoben4o)uinone (//J), %ilman0s reagent, lithium dimethyl#uprate, tri-n-butyltin hydride, di-tert-butoxy di#arbonate, dihydropyran, phase transfer #atalysts, 8il1inson0s #atalysts, ;eterson0s synthesis, Merrifield resin and diethylaluminium #yanide. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. :inar & L, 5@rgani# Chemistry6, Col. &&, :ifth !dition, !L\$( Longmann %roup Ltd. London, 2..-. 2. :ran#is " Carey and 9i#hard 7 (undberg, 5"dvan#ed @rgani# Chemistry6, ;art " and ;art \$, 2hird !dition, ;lenum press, ,ew Aor1, -??=. =. Lowry 2 + and 9i#hardson 3 (, 5Me#hanism and theory in @rgani# Chemistry6, (e#ond !dition, +arper and 9ow ;ublishers, -?'-. REFERENCES: -. 3alsi ; (, 5@rgani# rea#tions and their me#hanisms6, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2..I. 2. 7erry Mar#h, 5"dvan#ed @rgani# Chemistry6, :ourth !dition, 8iley-&nders#ien#es, ,ew Aor1, 2..=. =. :ran#is " Carey, 5@rgani# Chemistry6, :ifth !dition, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. . Ma#1ie and (mith, 5@rgani# (ynthesis6, (e#ond !dition, Longmann %roup Ltd, London, -??..

08O043 CHEMICAL SENSORS AND BIOSENSORS 3003

BIOSENSORS: &ntrodu#tion > amperometri# en4yme ele#trodes-#hara#teristi#s- en4yme a#tivity determinations > biosensors fro en4yme immunoassay > ;otentiometri# en4yme ele#trodes > ele#trode #hara#teristi#s and performan#e >p+ glass and ion-sele#tive ele#trodes > solid-state p+ and redox ele#trodes >gas ele#trodes. (B) IMMUNO BIOSENSORS: ;otentiometri# immunobiosensors > immobili4ation te#hni)ues > analyti#al appli#ations. ;rin#iple and measurements of en4yme thermistor devi#es. 2ransdu#er > experimental te#hni)ues > types of biologi#al element* immobili4ed en4ymes > immobili4ed #ells > determination of en4yme a#tivities in solution (B) CHEMICALLY MEDIATED FIBEROPTIC BIOSENSORS: &ntrodu#tion > sensing #hemistry and materials >sensing te#hni)ues > transdu#er types. 2ransdu#er-based fiber opti# biosensors > @pti#al biosensors based on #ompetitive binding (I) REDOX HYDRO6GEL BASED ELECTROCHEMICAL BIOSENSORS: !le#tron #ondu#ting redox polymer in biosensors >en4yme ele#trodes > spe#ifi# sensor examples. +ybridi4ation at oligonu#leotide sensitive ele#trodes* fun#tion of oligonu#leotide sensitive ele#trodes > hybridi4ation effi#ien#y and sensitivity > probe oligonu#leotide stru#ture and dynami#s > hybridi4ation #onditions > hybridi4ation 1ineti#s. (') FLUOROPHORE AND CHROMOPHORES BASED FIBEROPTIC BIOSENSORS: !n4yme based nonmediated fiberopti# biosensors > #hromophores and flurophore dete#tion. \$iolumines#en#e and #hemilumines#en#e based fiberopti# sensors > biolumines#en#e and #hemilumine#ent rea#tions > analyti#al potential of lumines#ent rea#tions > appli#ations (B)

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DETERMINATION OF METAL IONS BY FLUORESCENCE ANISOTROPY: 2heory of anisotropy based determination of metal ions > fluores#ent aryl sulfonamides for 4in# determination- removal of 4in# from #arboni# anhydrase > determination of 4in# using reagent approa#h > determination of #opper and other ions by using reagentless approa#h. (B) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. Copper 7 M and Cass ! % ", 5\$iosensors 6, (e#ond !dition, @xford <niversity ;ress, 2.. . 2. \$lum L 7 and Coulet ; 9, 5\$iosensor ;rin#iples and "ppli#ations6, Mar#el /e11er &n#., -??-.

08O044 COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 3003

REVIE\$ OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY: ;lan#10s )uantum theory, wave-parti#le duality > un#ertainty prin#iple, operators and #ommutation relations > postulates of )uantum me#hani#s > (#hrWdinger e)uation* free parti#le, parti#le in a box > degenera#y, harmoni# os#illator, rigid rotor and the hydrogen atom. "ngular momentum, in#luding spins, #oupling of angular momentum in#luding spin>orbit #oupling. (') FOUNDATIONS OF MOLECULAR ORBITAL THEORY: 2he variation method > perturbation theory > appli#ation to helium atom > antisymmetry and ex#lusion prin#iple > slater determinantal wave e)uation > \$orn-@ppenheimer approximation > +ydrogen mole#ule ion > LC"@-M@ and C\$ treatments of the hydrogen mole#ule > !le#tron density, for#es and their role in #hemi#al binding. +ybridi4ation and valen#e M@0( of + 2@, ,+= and C+ > +u#1el pi-ele#tron theory and its appli#ations to ethylene, butadiene and ben4ene > idea of self-#onsistent fields. (') GROUP THEORY: 2he #on#ept of groups > #lasses > "belian group > #y#li# group > multipli#ation table. (ymmetry elements and symmetry operations. ;oint group #lassifi#ation. Matrix representations and symmetry operations. 9edu#ible and irredu#ible representation Chara#ter tables for point groups * @rthogonality theorem. ;roperties of irredu#ible representation #onstru#tion of #hara#ter tables for print groups. 2he relationship between redu#ible and irredu#ible representation. 9epresentations and vibrational modes in + 2@, ,+= and \$:= mole#ules. (') AB INITIO THEORY AND CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS: +artree theory > +artree-:o#1 (C: method > ele#tron #orrelation > Moller>;lesset theory > \$asis set > fun#tional forms > #ontra#ted %aussians > single, multiple, split-valen#e > polari4ation fun#tion > diffuse fun#tions > #omputation pro#edure for the solution of (C: e)uations > energy gradient > mole#ular geometry > #onformation sear#hing > solvent effe#t > mole#ular intera#tions. (B) DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY: 2homas-:ermi model > 2he +ohenberg-3ohn theorem > 2he 3ohn-(ham e)uations > ex#hange>#orrelation potentials > #hemi#al potential > !le#tronegativity > %lobal hardness and softness > lo#al hardness and softness > :u1ui fun#tions > (anderson0s ele#tronegativity e)uali4ation prin#iple > ;earson0s hard and soft a#ids and bases prin#iple > the maximum hardness prin#iple. (B) COMPUTER APPLICATIONS: Coordinate spe#ifi#ation > D-matrix > Cartesian #oordinates > &ntrodu#tion to stru#ture drawing > +ands on use of software pa#1ages > %aussianL %amess, Molden. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. "t1ins ; 8 and :riedman 9 (, 5Mole#ular Juantum Me#hani#s6, @xford <niversity ;ress, ,ewyor1, 2..-. 2. +elga1er 2, 7orgensen and @slen 7, 5Mole#ular !le#troni# (tru#ture 2heory6, 7ohn 8iley, ,ewyor1, 2.... =. &ra , Levine, 5Juantum Chemistry6 ;renti#e +all, -??-. . %opinathan M ( and 9ama1rishnan C, 5%roup theory in Chemistry 5 Cishal ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, -?''. REFERENCES: -. Cramer C 7, 5!ssentials of Computation Chemistry6, 8iley, Chi#hester, 2..2. 2. Lea#h " 9, 5Mole#ular Modelling > ;rin#iples and "ppli#ations6, ;renti#e +all, 2..-. =. 9obert % ;arr and 8eitao yang, 5/ensity :un#tional 2heory of "toms and Mole#ules6, @xford <niversity press, ,ewyor1, -?'?. . (4abo " and @stlund , (, 5Modern Juantum Chemistry6, M#%raw +ill, ,ewyor1, -?'?. G. 8arren 7 +ehre, Leo 9adom, ;aulv 9.(#hleyer and 7ohn " ;ople, 5"b initio Mole#ular @rbital 2heory6, 7ohn 8iley, ,ewyor1, -?'I. I. /avidson %, H&ntrodu#tory group theory for #hemistry6 "pplied (#ien#e ;ubli#ations London -?B-.

8O04% MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 3003

UV6VIS SPECTROSCOPY: \$asi#s > types of transitions > &nstrumentation > double beam <C-C&( spe#trophotometer > :a#tors influen#ing max > 8oodward fieser rules >appli#ations. (I) IR SPECTROSCOPY: \$asi#s - theory > &nstrumentation > sample handling > wor1ing of double beam &9 spe#trophotometer > modes of vibrations > sele#tion rules > fa#tors influen#ing vibrational fre)uen#ies > interpretation of spe#tra > :inger print region > ;J9 bran#hes > #hara#teristi# group fre)uen#ies > appli#ations to organi# and inorgani# #ompounds > problems. 9aman (pe#tros#opy* \$asi#s > (to1es and antisto1es lines > #omparison of &9 P 9aman > mutual ex#lusion prin#iple > appli#ations. (-.)

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HUMANITIES 08O043 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3003

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT: Meaning, /efinition and (ignifi#an#e of Management, \$asi# :un#tions of Management > ;lanning, @rgani4ing, (taffing, /ire#ting and Controlling. !ngineers and @rgani4ational !nvironment > (o#ial, !#onomi#, 2e#hnologi#al and ;oliti#al. (o#ial 9esponsibility of !ngineers. (G) MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS: M\$@, 2heory D, 3ai4en, (ix (igma, Juality Cir#les and 2JM. (G)

BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING: ,eed for \$;9, Carious phases of \$;9, ;rodu#tion and ;rodu#tivity > :a#tors &nfluen#ing ;rodu#tivity. ( ) ORGANI5ATIONAL BEHAVIOUR: (ignifi#an#e of @\$, 9ole of leadership, ;ersonality and Motivation. "ttitudes, Calues and ;er#eptions at wor1. (G) INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS ORGANI5ATION: %rowth of &ndustries ((mall (#ale, Medium (#ale and Large (#ale &ndustries). :orms of \$usiness @rgani4ations. 9esour#e Management > &nternal and !xternal (our#es. (G) MATERIALS MANAGEMENT: &mportan#e and (#ope of Materials Management, ;ur#hase ;ro#edure, &nventory Control and (ystems for &nventory Control > 9@L, !@J, M9;, "\$C "nalysis, C!/, :(, and Calue "nalysis. ( ) MAR#ETING MANAGEMENT: /efinition and "pproa#hes to Mar1eting Management > Mar1eting !nvironment. 2he Mar1eting ;ro#ess. Mar1eting Mix, "dvertising, (ales ;romotion and Consumer \$ehaviour. ( ) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: &mportan#e, @bEe#tives and :un#tions, 7ob "nalysis and 9e#ruitment, (ele#tion and ;la#ement, 2raining and /evelopment > Case /is#ussion. ( ) 'OB EVALUATION: Meaning and Methods of 7ob !valuation. ;erforman#e "ppraisal > Meaning and Methods of ;erforman#e "ppraisal. (=) \$ELFARE IN INDUSTRY: 8or1ing #ondition, servi#e fa#ilities, legal legislation > :a#tories "#t, -? ' and 8or1men0s Compensation "#t. (=) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. +arold 3oont4, +ein4 8eihri#h and 9ama#handra "ryasri, 5;rin#iples of Management6 - 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . 2. Mamoria C \$, 5;ersonnel Management6, (ultan Chand and (ons, ,ew /elhi, 2..2. REFERENCES: -. 7ohn 8 ,ewstrom, 3eith /avis, 5@rgani4ational \$ehavior6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..2. 2. ;hilip 3otler, 5Mar1eting Management6, ;earson !du#ation "sia, ,ew /elhi, 2..=.

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08O049 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3003

NATURE AND SCOPE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Meaning and /efinition of +9M, @bEe#tives and :un#tions of +9M, Models of +9M, +9M in a #hanging !nvironment, 9ole of %lobali4ation in +uman 9esour#e Management. ( ) HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING: 7ob analysis > 7ob (pe#ifi#ation > 9e#ruitment > &ndu#tion > (ele#tion > ;la#ement* 9ole in +9M, ;ro#ess, Methods, use of 2ests in (ele#tion and ;la#ement. (G) \$AGE AND SALARY ADMINISTRATION: ;rin#iples and 2e#hni)ues of 8age :ixation, 7ob !valuation, &n#entive (#hemes. ( )

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL: ;ro#ess, Methods, :a#tors that distort appraisal, Methods to &mprove ;erforman#e, 9ole of ;erforman#e in the ;erforman#e Management ;ro#ess, ;erforman#e "ppraisal Cs. ;otential "ppraisal. (G) TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: ;rin#iples of Learning, @bEe#tives, 2ypes and 2raining Methods, Management /evelopment* &ts Meaning, (#ope and @bEe#tives. ( ) MORALE AND MOTIVATION OF EMPLOYEES: Morale-importan#e of Moral-employee "ttitudes and \$ehaviour and their signifi#an#e to !mployee ;rodu#tivity. Motivation Methods of !mployees, !mpowerment > :a#tors "ffe#ting !mpowerment > ;ro#ess > \$enefits. ( ) \$OR# ENVIRONMENT AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: :atigue > (afety > "##ident ;revention "##ident 9e#ords > &ndustrial 9elations. ( ) INTERNATIONAL HRM: Model, Cariables that outline differen#e between lo#al and &nternational +9M approa#hes to &+9M, Lin1ing +9M to &nternational !xpansion (trategies. (G) TRENDS IN HR: +9 @utsour#ing > +9&( > Management of 2urnover and retention > 8or1for#e 9elationli4ation > Managing (eparation > 2rends in !mployee !ngagement and 9etention. (B) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. %ary /essler, 5+uman 9esour#e Management6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. REFERENCES: -. /e4en4o " /avid and 9obbins ; 9obbins, 5+uman 9esour#e Management6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, &n#, M"., 2..2. 2. "swathappa 3, 5+uman 9esour#e and ;ersonnel Management > 2ext and Cases6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..2. =. \$ernardin + and 7ohn, 5+uman 9esour#e Management > "n experiential "pproa#h6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2.. . . Cas#io + and 8ayne, 5Managing +uman 9esour#es > ;rodu#tivity, Juality of 8or1 Life and ;rofits, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2.. .

08O048 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT 3003

INTRODUCTION: "n &ntrodu#tion to Management > 2he Management ;ro#ess > Managerial 9oles > Managerial (1ills > the (#ien#e and "rt of Management > \$e#oming a Manager. ( ) THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTEXT OF MANAGEMENT: 2he @rgani4ation0s !nvironments > 2he !xternal !nvironment > 2he %eneral !nvironment > 2he &nternal !nvironment > 2he @rgani4ation0s Culture (its importan#e, determinants and management), Models of @rgani4ational !ffe#tiveness. ( ) THE ETHICAL AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT: !thi#al \$ehavior - (o#ial 9esponsibility and @rgani4ations ("reas, arguments for and against > &n#luding "pproa#hes to (o#ial 9esponsibility > 2he %overnment and (o#ial 9esponsibility > !valuating (o#ial 9esponsibility. (G) THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT: 2he ,ature or &nternational \$usiness > 2he meaning of &nternational \$usiness > 2rends in &nternational \$usiness > 2he Cultural !nvironment. ( ) PLANNING AND DECISION MA#ING: 2he /e#ision Ma1ing and ;lanning ;ro#ess > @rgani4ational %oals > @rgani4ational ;lanning > Contingen#y ;lanning and Crisis Management > \$arriers to %oal (etting and ;lanning > @ver#oming the barriers > <sing %oals to &mplement ;lans. ( ) THE NATURE OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: 2he Components of (trategy > 2ypes of (trategi# "lternatives > (trategy :ormulation and &mplementation > <sing (8@2 "nalysis to :ormulate (trategy > ;orter0s %eneri# (trategies > &mplementing ;orter0s %eneri# (trategies. ( ) BASIC ELEMENTS OF ORGNI5ING: %rouping 7obs > /epartmentation > 2he /elegation ;ro#ess > /e#entrali4ation and Centrali4ation > /ifferen#es \$etween Line and (taff. ( )

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MANAGING ORGANI5ATIONAL CHANGE AND INNOVATION: (teps in the Change ;ro#ess > <nderstanding 9esistan#e to Change > @ver#oming 9esistan#e to Change > Changing \$usiness ;ro#esses > @rgani4ation /evelopment > 2he &nnovation ;ro#ess > :orms of &nnovation > 2he :ailure to &nnovate > ;romoting &nnovation in @rgani4ations. (G) MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES INORGANI5ATIONS: 2he (trategi# &mportan#e of +9M > 2he Legal !nvironment of +9M > +uman 9esour#e ;lanning > 9e#ruiting +uman 9esour#es > (ele#ting +uman 9esour#es > 2raining and /evelopment > ;erforman#e "ppraisal > ;erforman#e :eedba#1. ( ) MANAGING \$OR# GROUPS AND TEAMS: 2ypes of %roups and 2eams > 2he reality of Cirtual 2eams > (tages of %roup and 2eam /evelopment \$ehavioural ,orms > Cohesiveness > :ormal and &nformal Leadership > 2he ,ature of Confli#t > Causes of Confli#t > (timulating Confli#t > Controlling Confli#t > 9esolving and !liminating Confli#t. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. 9i#1y 8 %riffin, 5Management6, +oughton Mifflin, 2..2. REFERENCES: -. 9adha 9 (harma, 5Change Management > Con#epts and "ppli#ations6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..B. 2. ;hilip 3otler, 5Mar1eting Management6, ;earson !du#ation "sia, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. =. 3hanna @ ;, 5&ndustrial !ngineering and Management6, /hanpat 9ai ;ubli#ations, ,ew /elhi, 2..=.

08O04I ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR 3003

MEANING E IMPORTANCE OF OB: +istori#al /evelopment P Contributing /is#iplines. (2) PERSONALITY AND EMOTIONS: &ts /eterminants P "ttributes > Calues P "ttitudes > Components and :un#tions of "ttitudes H !motional &ntelligen#e. (=) MOTIVATION: \$asi# Con#epts, Motivation 2heories, ;roblems in Motivation. VALUES: "ttitudes and 7ob (atisfa#tion. GROUP DYNAMICS: 2ypes of %roups, %roup ,orms and Cohesiveness* %roup 9oles. COMMUNICATION: :un#tions > :undamentals and Current &ssues. TEAM BASED ORGANI5ATION: ,eed for 2eams > 2eam \$uilding > !ffe#tiveness of 2eams. (2) (2) (2) (=) (=)

ORGANI5ATIONAL CULTURE: !lement, Culture and ;erforman#e Merging @rgani4ational, Cultures, Changing and (trengthening Culture. (=) CONFLICTS AND NEGOTIATION& LEADERSHIP: 2heories of Leadership, Leadership (tyles and !ffe#tiveness. (=) ( )

EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP AND CAREER DYNAMICS: 2he ;sy#hologi#al Contra#t > (o#iali4ation > @rgani4ational Careers > Contingent 8or1for#e. ( ) ORGANI5ATIONAL CHANGE: :or#es for Change :or#e - 9esistan#e to #hange :ield - "nalysis Model > @rgani4ation /evelopment. ( ) \$OR# STRESS: Causes and Conse)uen#es > (tress #oping (trategies. CASES TEXT BOO#: -. Luthan :red, 5@rgani4ational \$ehaviour6, M# %raw +ill &n#., ,ew Aor1, 2.... REFERENCES: -. 9obbins (tephen ;, 5@rgani4ational \$ehaviour6, ;renti#e +all (&ndia) ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, ,inth !dition, 2.... 2. ,ew ,ewstorm 7ohn 8 and /avis 3eiuth, 5@rgani4ational \$ehaviour > +uman \$ehaviour at 8or16, 2ata M# %raw +ill ;ublishing Co., Ltd., ,ew /elhi, -??G. =. M#shane Conglinow, 5@rganisational \$ehaviour6, 2ata M# %raw +ill, 2..-. . 3reitner 9obert, 3ini#1i, "ngelo, 5@rganisational \$ehaviour6, &rwin &n#., &llinois, -??B. ( ) (=) To !" 42

08O0%0 VALUE MANAGEMENT 3003

INTRODUCTION: Management (#ien#e >"rt > /evelopment of Management as a profession > ;rin#iples of (#ientifi# Management. ( )

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VALUE BASED MANAGEMENT : Creating (hareholder Calue. MINT5BERG7S MANAGEMENT ROLES& PLANNING: 2he meaning and purpose of planning > (teps in ;lanning >2ypes of ;lans. MANAGEMENT BY OB'ECTIVES& POLICIES4 PROCEDURES AND METHODS: ,ature and type of poli#ies > fun#tional poli#ies. DECISION MA#ING PROCESS AND FUNDAMENTALS: 2ypes of de#isions. ORGANI5ING: relationship.

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Meaning and stru#ture > "uthority and span of #ontrol, /elegation and de#entrali4ation > Line and (taff ( ) (=) (-) (=) (G) ( ) (4+ To !" 42

STAFFING: (our#es of re#ruitment > (ele#tion ;ro#ess. CO6ORDINATION: (teps to promote #oordination. DIRECTING: ,ature of dire#ting > Leadership, motivation and #ommuni#ation. CONTROLLING IN MANAGEMENT: Control ;ro#ess. CHANGE MANAGEMENT: @rgani4ational Change, ;erspe#tives on @rgani4ational Change. INNOVATION MANAGEMENT& TEXT BOO#: -. 3oont4 +arold P 8eihri#h +ein4, 5!ssentials of Management* "n &nternational ;erspe#tive6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2.. . REFERENCES: -. 2ripathi ; C and 9eddy 9 ,, 5;rin#iples of Management6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..I. 2. 9ao C ( ; and +ari 3rishna C, 5Management* 2ext and Cases6, !x#el \$oo1s, 2..2. =. (atyaraEu ;arthasarathy, 5Management6, ;renti#e +all (&ndia) ;vt. Ltd., 2..I.

08O0%1 HUMAN VALUES AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS 3003

MANAGEMENT: Meaning, /efinition, (ignifi#an#e, :un#tions > ;lanning, @rgani4ing, (taffing, /ire#ting and Controlling, ;rin#iples of Management. ( ) SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ETHICS: Con#ept of (o#ial 9esponsibility, Ciews of (o#ial 9esponsibility > !#onomi# @bEe#tives Cs (o#ial @bEe#tives > \$usiness !thi#s. ( ) PROBLEM SOLVING METHODS: (8@2 "nalysis of a 2raditional !ngineer > 3ai4en (trategy and Calues > 3ai4en "pproa#h for ;roblem (olving.> ;ro#ess @riented Management Cs 9esult @riented Management. ( ) HUMAN VALUES: Calue Crisis in Contemporary &ndian (o#iety, "estheti# Calues, Moral and !thi#al Calues, (piritual Calues, Calues in the 8or1 ;la#e. ( ) INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS* Managing !motions, !motional &ntelligen#e, \$uilding \$etter &nterpersonal 9elations, Managing the \$oss, /ealing with (ubordinates > Case (tudy. (G) CREATIVITY: Creativity and ;roblem (olving > Creativity ;ro#ess > Creative &ndividuals and their Chara#teristi#s > 2e#hni)ues for Creative ;roblem (olving. ( ) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT* ;la#ement. &mportan#e, @bEe#tives, :un#tions, 7ob "nalysis and 9e#ruitment, (ele#tion and ( )

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: 2raining and Learning, /etermining 2raining ,eeds and ;riorities, :ormal !mployee 2raining Methods, Management /evelopment , Methods for /eveloping Managers, !valuating 2raining !ffe#tiveness > Case (tudy. (G) LEADERSHIP: /efinition, Chara#teristi#s of Leadership, Leadership styles, 2heories of Leadership > 2annenbaum > (#hmidt Leadership Continuum > Managerial %rid 2heory. ( ) MOTIVATION: Meaning and /efinition > Me#hanism of Motivation > Maslow0s ,eed +ierar#hy 2heory, M# %regor0s 2heory O and A- +er4berg0s 2wo :a#tor 2heory. ( ) To !" 42

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08O0%2 MICRO ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 3003

INTRODUCTION TO MICRO ECONOMICS: \$asi# problems of an !#onomy > \$usiness /e#isions. MAR#ET MECHANISM: ;ri#e determination by demand and supply for#es > 2axes and (ubsidies. ELASTICITIES OF DEMAND AND SUPPLY: "ppli#ations. THEORY OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR: Consumer (urplus > "ppli#ations. THEORY OF PRODUCTION AND COSTS: (hort run and long run > !#onomies of (#ale. MAR#ET STRUCTURE: ;erfe#t #ompetition, monopoly, oligopoly and monopolisti# #ompetition. INTRODUCTION TO GAME THEORY& EXTERNALITIES AND PUBLIC GRO\$TH& UNCERTAINTY AND RIS#& (G) (I) ( ) ( ) ( ) (I) (%+ (4+ (4+ To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. "lee Chrystal 3 and 9i#hard % Lipsey, 5!#onomi#s for \$usiness and Management6, @xford <niversity ;ress, -??B. REFERENCES: -. ;indy#h 9 ( and 9ubin :eld / L., 5Mi#ro !#onomi#s6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia, 2..2. 2. :ran#is Cheraneelam, 5\$usiness !nvironment > 2ext and Cases6, +imalaya ;ublishing +ouse, Mumbai, 2..I.

08O0%3 MAR#ETING SYSTEMS 3003

DEFINITION: (#ope > ;hilosophies of Mar1eting Management > %oals of Mar1eting (ystems > Mar1eting (trategy > "n overview of the ;ro#ess. (=) OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS: &dentifying "ttra#tive Mar1ets > Ma#ro 2rend "nalysis > 2he /emographi# !nvironment > (o#io Cultural !nvironment > !#onomi# !nvironment > ;oliti#al F Legal !nvironment > 2e#hnologi#al !nvironment Case "nalysis. (=) INDUSTRY ANALYSIS AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE: /efining Mar1ets and &ndustry > &ndustry "nalysis ;orter0s :ive Competitive :or#es. (=) CONSUMER MAR#ETS AND BUYING BEHAVIOUR: \$uying ;opulation > \$uying /e#ision > \$uying ;arti#ipants > \$uying &nfluen#es > \$uying ;ro#ess > Case "nalysis. ( ) MAR#ET SEGMENTATION4 TARGETING4 AND POSITIONING: Mar1eting Mix > /ifferent 2argeting (trategies > 2he ;ositioning ;ro#ess > Case "nalysis. ( ) THE MAR#ETING INFORMATION SYSTEMS: 2he Con#ept of Mar1et > &nformation (ystem. (=)

PRODUCT PLANNING AND POLICY: ,ew ;rodu#t /evelopment > ;rodu#t Life Cy#le > \$C% Matrix > ;rodu#t \$randing, \$rand ;ositioning, ;a#1aging and (ervi#e. (=) PRODUCTMIX STRATEGIES: \$randing (trategies > (ustaining Competitive "dvantage over the ;rodu#t Life Cy#le. (=)

PRICING: (etting of ;ri#e > &nitiating ;ri#e Changes > 9esponding to ;ri#e Changes > /is#ount (tru#ture > :a#tors &nfluen#ing ;ri#e /etermination > ;ri#e (trategies. (=) MAR#ETING CHANNEL AND PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION: Channel /esign > Channel Management > Channel Modifi#ation > 9etailing > 8holesaling. (=) INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING4 SALES PROMOTION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS: ;ubli#ity and ;ersonal (elling. (=)

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INDUSTRIAL MAR#ETING: Chara#teristi#s of &ndustrial Mar1ets > Consumer Mar1ets and &ndustrial Mar1ets > \$uying \$ehaviour Models. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO# -. ;hilip 3otler and 3evin 3eller, 5Mar1eting Management6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia, 2welfth !dition, 2..G. REFERENCES: -. 8al1er, \$oyd, Mullins and Lanr#her, 5Mar1eting (trategy > " /e#ision :o#used "pproa#h6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..=. 2. Mi#hael 7 !t4el, \$ru## 8al1er, 8illiam 7 (tanton and "Eay ;andit, 5Mar1eting > Con#epts and Cases6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..I.

08O0%4 ENTREPRENURSHIP 3003

INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP: /efinition > Chara#teristi#s and :un#tions of an !ntrepreneur > Common myths about entrepreneurs > &mportan#e or !ntrepreneurship. (G) CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION: 2he role of #reativity > 2he innovation ;ro#ess > (our#es of ,ew &deas > Methods of %enerating &deas > Creative ;roblem (olving > !ntrepreneurial ;ro#ess. (G) DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE BUSINESS MODEL: 2he &mportan#e of a \$usiness Model > Components of an !ffe#tive \$usiness Model > /eveloping and 8riting the \$usiness ;lan. (I) APPRAISAL OF PRO'ECTS: &mportan#e of !valuating Carious options > "ppraisal 2e#hni)ues. FORMS OF BUSINESS ORGANI5ATION: (ole ;roprietorship > ;artnership > 7oint (to#1 Companies and Cooperatives. ( ) ( )

FINANCING THE NE\$ VENTURE: /etermining :inan#ial ,eeds > (our#es of :inan#ing > !)uity and /ebt :unding > !valuating :inan#ial ;erforman#e. ( ) THE MAR#ETING FUNCTION: &ndustry "nalysis > Competitor "nalysis > Mar1eting 9esear#h for the ,ew Centure > /efining the ;urpose or @bEe#tives > %athering /ata from (e#ondary (our#es > %athering &nformation from ;rimary (our#es > "naly4ing and &nterpreting the 9esults > 2he Mar1eting ;ro#ess. (I) MANAGING GRO\$TH OF NE\$ VENTURES: Challenges of %rowth > (trategies for :irm %rowth > &nternal and !xternal %rowth (trategies. ( ) ETHICAL AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CHALLENGES FOR ENTREPRENEURS: !thi#s, Calues and (o#ial 9esponsibility > !thi#s and \$usiness /e#isions. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. 9obert / +isri#h, Mi#hael ; ;eters and /ean (hepherd, 5!ntrepreneurship6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..B. REFERENCES: -. Mar# 7 /ollinger, 5!ntrepreneurship > (trategies and 9esour#es6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..=. 2. \$ruee 9 \$arringer and /uane &reland, 5!ntrepreneurship > (u##essfully Laun#hing ,ew Centures6, ;earson > ;renti#e +all, 2..I. =. Mary Coulter, 5!ntrepreneurship in "#tion6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia, 2..I.

08O0%% ANALYSIS OF MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE SYSTEMS 3003

CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: Chara#teristi#s of Manufa#turing (e#tor and (ervi#e (e#tor > !volution of @perations Management /is#ipline > Con#epts and Cal#ulations of ;rodu#tivity > ;rodu#tivity &mprovement Measures. (G) CONCEPT OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT: 3"&D!, - ;hilosophies of /eming, 7uran and Crosby > (tatisti#al ;ro#ess Control > Con#ept of "##eptan#e (ampling. ( ) DEMAND FORECASTING: Moving "verage > !xponential (moothing > 2rend ;roEe#tions > 9egression and Correlation "nalysis. ( )

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'OB PRODUCTION: Mass ;rodu#tion > \$at#h ;rodu#tion > Continuous ;ro#essing > (pe#ial ;roEe#ts > Ma1e or \$uy /e#isions. ( ) LOCATION ANALYSIS: Centres of %ravity Method > :a#tor 9ating Method > Lo#ational \$rea1even "nalysis Method. LAYOUT ANALYSIS: ;ro#ess Layout and Cellular Layout > Line \$alan#ing. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT: "ggregate ;rodu#tion ;lanning > %antt Charts > (e)uen#ing and (#heduling. ( ) (I) (G)

METHOD STUDY: Con#ept > 2e#hni)ues of 8or1 (tudy > Method (tudy > /efinition > ;ro#edure for Method (tudy > ;rin#iples of Motion !#onomy > (ele#tion > 9e#ording > 2e#hni)ues > <ses of :ilms > !xamine > /evelop > &nstall and Maintain. \$OR# MEASUREMENT: /efinition > @bEe#tives > 2e#hni)ues of 8or1 Measurement >2ime (tudy > ;ro#edure > "dvantages. ( ) PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: 2ypes of ;rodu#tion > Chara#teristi#s > "ppli#ation > (tandardi4ation > @bEe#tives > ;;C > @bEe#tives > :un#tions > ;replanning > 9outing > (#heduling > /ispat#hing and Controlling. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. \$uffa ! ( and (arin 9 3, 5Modern ;rodu#tion F @perations Management6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, (ingapore, 2.... REFERENCES: -. Lee 7 3raEews1i and Larry ; 9it4man, 5@perations Management-(trategy and "nalysis6, ;earson !du#ation, 2..G. 2. Chase 9 \$, ")uilano , 7 and 9oberts : 9, 5;rodu#tion and @perations Management* (Manufa#turing and (ervi#es)6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, -???. =. +ei4er 7 and 9ender \$, 5;rodu#tion and @perations Management* ((trategies and 2a#ti#s)6, ;renti#e +all ,ew 7ersey, -??I.

08O0%3 FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING 3003

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING: Meaning > ,ature and (#ope > :un#tions > Limitations > ,eed > :inan#ial "##ounting vs. Management "##ounting. (=) FINANCIAL STATEMENTS: Chara#teristi#s > Limitations > :inan#ial (tatement "nalysis > 9atio "nalysis. (G)

FUND FLO\$ STATEMENT: Meaning and Con#ept of :low of :unds > Meaning of a :und :low (tatement > /ifferen#es between :und :low (tatement and &n#ome (tatement > ;reparation and &nterpretation of :und :low (tatement. ( ) CASH FLO\$ STATEMENT: Meaning of a Cash :low (tatement > Classifi#ation of Cash :lows > ;reparation and &nterpretation of Cash :low (tatement. ( ) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: "n @verview > ,ature and (#ope > :inan#e :un#tions > %oals of :inan#ial Management > :inan#ial Manager0s 9ole > "gen#y ;roblems, "gen#y Cost > !#onomi# Calue "dded. (G) SOURCES OF FINANCE: Long 2erm :inan#e > @rdinary (hares > 9ight &ssue of !)uity (hares > ;referen#e (hares > /ebentures > 2erm Loan > "sset \$ased :inan#ing > +ire ;ur#hase > Leasing > Centure Capital :inan#ing > (hort 2erm :inan#e > 2rade Credit - \$an1 Credit > \$ill /is#ounting > Commer#ial ;aper. (G) TIME VALUE OF MONEY: Con#ept > :uture Calue > ;resent Calue > (ingle Cash :lows > "nnuity > <neven Cash :lows > Multi ;eriod and Continuous > Aield Cal#ulation. ( ) INVESTMENT DECISION: Capital \$udgeting /e#isions > !valuation of Capital \$udgeting > /is#ounted and ,on /is#ounted > Cash :lows Methods > (imple ;roblems. ( ) FINANCING AND DIVIDEND DECISION: Capital (tru#ture > :inan#ial Leverage > @perating Leverage > @nly Con#epts > Capital (tru#ture 2heories > /ividend 2heories. ( ) \$OR#ING CAPITAL: ;oli#ies for :inan#ing Current "ssets. RECEIVABLES MANAGEMENT4 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT AND CASH MANAGEMENT: \$asi# Con#epts @nly. TEXT BOO#: -. /amodaran "swath, 5Corporate :inan#e-theory and ;ra#ti#e6, 2ata M#%raw-+ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..G. REFERENCES: -. 9oss ( ", 8esterfield 9 8 and 7ordan \$ /, 5:undamentals of Corporate :inan#e6, 2ata M#%raw-+ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..I. 2. Myers \$realey, 5;rin#iples of Corporate :inan#e6, Ci1as ;ublishing +ouse ; Ltd, 2..G. =. ;andey &M, 5:inan#ial Management6, ,inth !dition, Ci1as ;ublishing +ouse ; Ltd, 2..G. . ;rasanna Chandra, 5:inan#ial Management6, 2ata M#%raw-+ill, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . (2) (2) To !" 42

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08O0%9 MANAGERIAL FINANCE 3003

THE FINANCE FUNCTION: 2he ,ature of the :irm and &ts %oals > Calue Maximi4ation as a %oal > 9ole of :inan#ial Management. (G) FINANCIAL STATEMENTS: (ample &n#ome (tatement > (ample \$alan#e (heet > (our#es and <ses of :unds > 9eporting 9e)uirements. ( ) THE TAX ENVIRONMENT: Corporate &n#ome 2ax > ;ersonal &n#ome 2ax. ( )

DEPRECIATION METHODS: (traight Line > (um-of-Aears0-/igits > <nits of ;rodu#tion > /e#lining \$alan#e Methods > !ffe#t of /epre#iation on 2axes ;aid > /epre#iable Life of an "sset. ( ) THE TIME VALUE OF MONEY: :uture Calue > ;resent Calue > ;resent Calue of an "nnuity& ( )

CAPITAL BUDGETING TECHNIQUES: (ignifi#an#e of Capital \$udgeting > 9an1ing &nvestment ;roposals > ;roEe#ts with /ifferent Lives > ;roEe#ts with /ifferent (#ale& ( ) FINANCIAL RATIO ANALYSIS: \$asi# :inan#ial (tatements > \$asi# 2ypes of :inan#ial 9atios > <se of :inan#ial 9atios > (ome Limitations of 9atio "nalysis. (G) PORTFOLIO THEORY H DECISION MA#ING UNDER UNCERTAINTY: &ntrodu#tion > Mar1et !)uilibrium > ;ri#ing &neffi#ient ;ortfolios. ( ) SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF RIS#Y PRO'ECTS: Monte Carlo (imulation "nalysis > /e#ision 2rees. ( )

CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND THE COST OF CAPITAL: Leverage and the Cost of Capital > 2heory > Cal#ulating the Component :inan#ing Costs. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. :red 8eston 7 and 2homas ! Copeland, 5Managerial :inan#e6, 2he /ryden ;ress, London, -?'2. REFERENCES: -. (amuels 7 M, 8il1as : M and \$ray (haw 9 !, 5:inan#ial Management and /e#ision Ma1ing6, &nternational 2homson \$usiness ;ress, -???. 2. 7ohn 7 ;ringle and 9obert ( +arris, 5!ssentials of Managerial :inan#e6, (C@+ :oresman and Company, London, -?'B. =. :red 8eston 7 and !ugene : \$righam, 5!ssentials of Managerial :inan#e6, +olt-(aunders &nternational !ditions, ,ew Aor1, -?'2.

08O0%8 \$OR#ING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT 3003

\$OR#ING CAPITAL POLICY: &mportan#e of 8or1ing Capital Management > 9is1-9eturn 2radeoff for Current "sset &nvestments > :inan#ing Current "ssets > 2he Costs and 9is1s of "lternative /ebt Maturities. (I) CASH AND MAR#ETABLE SECURITIES MANAGEMENT: Cash and Mar1etable (e#urities Management > Managing /isbursements > Mar1etable (e#urities > Cash Management Models. (I) CASH MANAGEMENT MODELS: \$aumol Model > Miller-@rr Model > \$erane1 Model > " Comparison of the Models. INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: &nventory > %enerality of &nventory "nalysis > 2he !@J Model > !xtending the !@J Model. (I) (I)

CREDIT MANAGEMENT AND POLICY: Credit (tandards > 2erms of 2rade Credit > !valuating Changes in Credit ;oli#y > <se of Computers in Credit Management& (I) THE PAYMENTS PATTERN APPROACH: Corporate ;ra#ti#e > ;ayments ;attern "pproa#h. (I)

SHORT6TERM FINANCING: 2rade Credit > (hort-2erm :inan#ing by Commer#ial \$an1s > Commer#ial ;aper > \$an1ers0 "##eptan#es > (e#ured (hort-2erm :inan#ing > "##ounts 9e#eivable :inan#ing > &nventory :inan#ing. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. :red 8eston 7 and 2homas ! Copeland, 5Managerial :inan#e6, 2he /ryden ;ress, London, -?'2. REFERENCES: -. 3rish 9angaraEan and "nil Misra, 58or1ing Capital Management6, !x#el \$oo1, ,ew /elhi, 2..G. 2. \$halla C 3 , 58or1ing Capital Management6, "nmol ;ubli#ations ;vt Ltd, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. =. (rinivasan (, 5Cash and 8or1ing Capital Management6, Ci1as ;ublishing +ouse ;vt Ltd., -???.

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08O0%I COST MANAGEMENT 3003

COST MANAGEMENT - A) o=,0=1,?: /efinition of Cost Management > 2raditional Cost "##ounting and Cost Management. COST CONCEPTS IN DECISION MA#ING& VARIABLE (MARGINAL+ COSTING: Con#epts of "bsorption and Cariable Costing. COST6VOLUME6PROFIT (CVP+ RELATIONSHIP: 2e#hni)ues of CC; "nalysis. DECISION6MA#ING PROBLEMS: /e#ision-ma1ing > types of de#ision-ma1ing problems& PRODUCT PRICING DECISIONS: :a#tors &nfluen#ing ;ri#ing /e#isions > /ifferent Methods of ;ri#ing & BUDGETING: Con#ept of \$udgeting > Con#ept of \$udgetary Control > @bEe#tives and :un#tions of \$udgeting. (G) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) (G)

ACTIVITY6BASED MANAGEMENT: 2raditional ;rodu#t Costing > Meaning of "#tivity-based Costing > Comparing "\$C with Conventional Costing (ystem. ( ) INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: Meaning > &nventory (ystems. QUAMTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR DECISION MA#ING AND COST MANAGEMENT: L; > ;!92 > C;M. TEXT BOO#: -. 7awahar Lal, 5Cost Management6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . REFERENCES: -. !dward 7 \$lo#her, 3ung + Chen, %ary Co1ins and 2homas 8 Lin, 5Cost Management6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..I. 2. \$hatta#haryya ( 3 and 7ohn /earden, 5Costing for Management6, Ci1as ;ublishing +ouse ;vt Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..2. =. 9onald 8 +ilton, Mi#hael 8 Maher and :ran1 + (elto, 5Cost Management6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..2. ( ) ( ) To !" 42

08O030 TECHNOLOGY INCUBATORS AND COMMERCIALISATION OF INNOVATION 3003

EVOLUATION OF MANUFACTURING: (ystem of Manufa#ture - (#ientifi# Management > ;ro#ess &mprovement > ,umeri#al Control > Computer &ntegrated Manufa#turing. (I) INNOVATION: &nnovation ;ro#ess > 8hy 9 P / > ;atents > Capitali4ing on 9 P / > !#onomi# 7ustifi#ation and &nnovation. (I)

OVERVIE\$ AND PREPARATION: Mar1eting &nnovations > ;rodu#t &mprovements > 2e#hnologi#al &nnovation > 9outes of ,ew ;rodu#ts /evelopment and &ts (ignifi#an#e. (I) COMMERCIALISATION: Control and Laun#h Cy#le > Mar1eting ;lan > (trategy and ;romotion > ;rodu#t > ;ri#e and /istribution > ;ost-Laun#h 2ra#1ing and Control. (I) TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS INCUBATOR: \$enefits of 2\$& > "gen#ies &nvolved > %lobal (#enario of 2\$& > &ndi#ators of (u##ess for 2\$&. (I) DIFFERENT MODELS OF TBI: :eatures > &n#ubation ;ro#ess > 2enant > &dea > 2e#hnology \$ased. GLOBALI5ING CHANGE: 7oint ;rodu#tion versus > Co-;rodu#tion > %lobal ,ew ;rodu#t Laun#h. TEXT BOO#: -. (hlomo Maital and (eshadri / C 9, 5&nnovation Management6, 9esponse \$oo1s, ,ew /elhi, 2..B. REFERENCES: -. 7ohn ! !ttlie and \$uherworth-+einemann, 5Managing &nnovation6, !lsevier, ,ew /elhi, 2..I. 2. (udan " ( and ,aveen 3umar, 5@rgani4ation !ffe#tiveness and Change6, "nmol ;ubli#ations ;vt Ltd, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . =. (haEahan (, 5,ew ;rodu#t (trategy and Management6, +imalaya ;ublishing +ouse, Mumbai, 2..-. (I) (I) To !" 42

LANGUAGE 08O031 PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH 3003

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LEARNING ENGLISH THROUGH LITERATURE: Literary texts drawn from !nglish and "meri#an Literature, and &ndian writing in !nglish to be used (hort (tories @ne "#t play ;oetry Literary !ssays PROFESSIONAL AND SOFT S#ILLS TRAINING IN ENGLISH: &ntra P &nterpersonal Communi#ation &nterview 2e#hni)ues %roup Communi#ation !ti)uette > \$ody Language, 2elephone Conversation et#. ;rofessional report writing Mass Communi#ation > email writing F publi# spea1ingF presentation te#hni)uesF preparing "dvertisements TEXT BOO#: -. 2ea#hing Material prepared by the :a#ulty, /epartment of !nglish REFERENCES: -. \$ert /e#1er, 52he "rt of Communi#ating6, /e#1er Communi#ations, &n#., <(", 2.. . 2. Meena1shi 9aman and (angeeta (harma, 52e#hni#al Communi#ation* ;rin#iples and ;ra#ti#e6. @xford <niversity ;ress, < 3, 2.. . =. /ale " Level 7r and 8illiam ; %alle 7r, 5Managerial Communi#ations6, \$usiness ;ubli#ations, &,C., ;lano, 2exas, -?'' . "lbert 7oseph, 58riting ;ro#ess 2...6, ;renti#e +all, ,ew 7ersey, -??I (I) ( ) (I) (I) (2) (2) (G) (2) (=) (I) To !" 42

08O032 INITIATIVE TO GERMAN LANGUAGE 3003

INTRODUCTION: "lphabets, %reetings, Co#abulary, %rammar > ;ronouns, Cerbs and their #onEugations, "rti#les, Juestion words, (tatements and )uestions, ,egation, Countries, ,ationalities and Languages. (imple dialogues, !xer#ises. (-.) POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS: :amily, ;rofessions , the verb Hsein0, ,umber system, ,ouns > singular and plural. &mperative statements. " small text and dialogues related to family. !xer#ises. (B) More irregular verbs, "##usative and dativ de#lensions of pronouns and arti#les. Modal verbs and their related grammati#al stru#ture. /ialogues and usages of modal verbs. !xer#ises. (') 2ime and time related parti#les. /aily routines, related verbs and )uestion words. 9elated vo#abulary and grammar. (ample dialogues and exer#ises. (') (eparable and inseparable verbs and their related usage pattern. &nvitations and telephone #onversations. !xer#ises. (:&,"L !O"M > +earing , @ral and 8ritten) (I) (=) To !" 42 TEXT BOO# : -. 2o be modeled by the :a#ulty. REFERENCES : -. 2angram "1tuell - (/euts#h als :remdspra#he) - 9osa-Maria /allapia44a, !duard von 7an, 2il (#hWnherr Max +ueber Cerlag, 2.. . 2. Lern4iel /euts#h - 8olfgang +ieber - Max +ueber Cerlag, -?'=. =. %rund1urs /euts#h - 9oland (#hXpers, 9enate Lus#her , Manfred %lY#1, -?'..

08O033 BASIC FRENCH 3003

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DOSSIER O : ren#ontres, presentations , nationalities - saluer, vous ex#user, vous presemter - demander et donner votre identite - #omputer et peeler des mots - les verbes etre, avoir et s0 appeler, au present (singulier) -des noms et des adEe#tives au singulier C0est S nom ou pronom - FF est S adEe#tive - La negation neZ pas - /es phrases interrogatives. (-.) DOSSIER 1: &0 arrivee en :ran#e - une ins#ription (a un #lub de #y#lotourisn#e) - #e )u0 on dit en #lasse ( #onsignes) - Cous informer sur l0 identite d0une personne - distinguer les formes > familieres et les formes de politesse - des arti#les et des adEe#tives possesifs, au singulier - des mots interrogatifs* )uell (adEe#tive), )ui (pronoun) ou, #omment (adverbs) - des noms de professions. (-.) DOSSIER 2: la famille - )uel)ues personagers #elebres - presener votre famille et des amis - dire ou sont les gens et d0ou ils viennent - les verbes en-er, etre, avoir, faire et venire au present - le plural des noms, des adEe#tives, des arti#les et des adEe#tives possessifs - la negation ne Z pas de S nom - l0 interrogation avel est > #e )ue - a, an et de S nouns de villes et de pays. (-.) DOSSIER 3: maisons et appartements - demenagements, lo#ations, petites annon#es > monuments parisiens - situer des meubles et des obEe#ts ( la lo#alisation) - indi)uer la possession - donner des orders et des interdi#tions - exprimer l0 a##ord et le refus-les verbes en>er, faire, prendre et nettre, au present et a &0 imperative - le pronom on - les pronoms toni)ues apr[s preposition - les adEe#tives demonstratifs - les adEe#tives ordinaux - la response si - il ya Z un F des. (-.) To !" 42 REFERENCE: -. Capelle, %uy and %idon, ,oelle. Le ,ouvel !s#apes. ;aris* +a#hette Livre, -??'.

08O034 BASIC CONVERSATIONAL S#ILLS IN 'APANESE LANGUAGE 3003

ORIENTATION: %eographi# and so#io-e#onomi# perspe#tive of 7apan, people and #ulture, basi# greetings. \$asi# s#ripts > +iragana and 3ata1ana , sounds and #ombinations. \$asi# parti#les and introdu#tions to demonstratives, pla#e mar1ers and dire#tion mar1ers. (-.) TIME RELATED \$ORDS: 2ime of day, days of the wee1, months and dates of a month. "s1ing for and telling the time. Cerb tenses > ;resentFfuture and past. /estination mar1ers, dire#t obEe#t parti#le and other parti#les related to mode of transportation and pla#e of a#tion. (-.) AD'ECTIVES: &ntrodu#tion to adEe#tives, types and negative forms, different usages, #omparisons, li1es and disli1es. Cerbs denoting presen#e and related parti#les. Counters and #ounting suffixes. (enten#es involving need and desire, wanting to perform an a#tion and movement for a #ertain purpose. (-.) VERBS: %roups (&, && and &&&) and exer#ises in group verbs. /es#ribing a natural phenomenon, habitual a#tion and a #ontinuing state. (enten#es involving as1ing for and granting permission. (I) ROLE PLAYS IN 'APANESE: /emonstration on usage of #hopsti#1s > 7apanese tea party. REFERENCE: -. Minna no ,ihongo & +onsatsu 9oma-Ei ban (Main 2extboo1 9omani4ed version) (I) To !" 42

DEPARTMENT ELECTIVES
DESIGN ENGINEERING 08M001 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 3 003
OVERVIE\$ OF CAD SYSTEMS: Conventional and #omputer aided design pro#esses-advantages and disadvantages. (ubsystems of C"/-C"/ hardware and software, analyti#al and graphi#s pa#1ages, C"/ wor1stations. ,etwor1ing of C"/ systems. (G) INTERACTIVE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND GRAPHICS TRANSFORMATIONS: %enerative, #ognitive and image pro#essing graphi#s. (tati# and dynami# data graphi#s. 2ransport of graphi#s data. %raphi# standards. %eneration of graphi# primitives display transformation in 2wo- and 2hree > /imensional graphi#s #on#epts, %raphi#al input te#hni)ue, %eometri# transpformations, Cisual 9ealism, Computer animation, #ustomi4ing graphi#s software. (?) GEOMETRIC MODELING: 8ireframe, surfa#e, ,<9\$( and solid modeling-appli#ations and advantages. Creating primitive solids, sweeping solids, boolean operations. !xtra#ting entities from a solid. :illeting of edges of solids. \$oundary representation (\$-rep) Constru#tive (olid %eometry(C(%) and "nalyti#al (olid Modeling("(M) (B)

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PARAMETRIC DESIGN AND OB'ECT REPRESENTATION: 2ypes of #o-ordinate systems. ;arametri# design - definition and advantages. ;arametri# representation of analyti# and syntheti# #urves. ;arametri# representation of surfa#es and solids manipulations. (I) PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT: "utomated 2/ drafting - basi#s, Me#hani#al assembly - bill of materials generation. Mass property #al#ulations. (G) OPTIMI5ATION TECHNIQUES: @ptimi4ation-need, obEe#tive fun#tions and #onstraints. Mathemati#al modeling and analysis. ( ) CASE STUDY: /esign and optimsation pro#edure of shafts, flywheel, gears and Eournal bearing using #omputer pa#1ages. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 9adha1rishnan ; and 3othandaraman C ;, NComputer %raphi#s and /esign6, /hanpat 9ai and (ons, ,ew /elhi, 2..2. 2. 9adha1rishnan ; and (ubramanyan (, 5C"/FC"MFC&M6, ,ew "ge &nternational (;) Ltd., 2..2. REFERENCES: -. &brahim Deid, NC"/FC"M 2heory and ;ra#ti#eN, M#%raw- +ill &n#., ,ew /elhi, 2..=. 2. Cera \$ "nand, NComputer %raphi#s and %eometri# Modeling for !ngineersN, 7ohn 8iley and (ons &n#., ,ew /elhi, 2.... =. \$arry +awhes, N2he C"/FC"M ;ro#ess6, ;itman ;ublishing, London, -??'. . 8illiam M ,ewman and 9obert (proul, N;rin#iples of &ntera#tive Computer %raphi#sN, M#%raw +ill &n#., ,ew /elhi, -?? . G. (adhu (ingh, NComputer-"ided /esign and Manufa#turingN, 3hanna ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, -??'. I. <serMs Manuals for ",(A(, "/"M( and ;roF!ngineer software, 2..=. B. 9ao ( (, 5@ptimisaiton 2e#hni)ues6, 8iley !astern, ,ew /elhi, 2..=.

08M002 ADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 3003

CURVED BEAMS : Cir#umferential stress at a point in a #urved beam, 8rin1ler \$a#h formula-limitations, #urved beam with restrained ends. Closed ring subEe#ted to a #on#entrated load and uniform load. (B) BEAMS ON ELASTIC SUPPORTS * \$eam with a #on#entrated load. <se of prin#iple of superposition. \$eam supported on e)ually spa#ed separate elasti# supports-</L over part of the beam. (B) FLAT PLATES IN BENDING: ;lates in whi#h bending a#tion is dominant-small defle#tions. (tress in a #ir#ular plate with </L, simply supported and fixed edges-#on#entrated load. (tresses in s)uare and re#tangular plates with </L, #on#entrated load at #enter. (B) ROTATING DIS#S: (olid dis1, dis1 with a #entral hole with external and internal pressures, dis1s of uniform strength, plasti# #ollapse of rotating dis1s. 9otating #ylinders (#ir#ular). /is1 of varying thi#1ness. (B) TORSION OF NON CIRCULAR SECTIONS: 2orsion of bar having a re#tangular se#tions, elasti# membrane (soap film) analogy hollow thin walled tubes. (B) THIC# \$ALLED CYLINDERS: Lame solution for prin#ipal stresses. Maximum stresses, radial defle#tion, failure theories, appli#ations. Methods of in#reasing the elasti# strength by pre-stressing, analysis of effe#ts of stresses of shrin1ing a hollow #ylinder made of thin walled laminations, auto frottage. (B) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. \$oresi " ; and (idebottom @ M, 5"dvan#ed Me#hani#s of Materials6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew /elhi, -?'G. REFERENCES: -. Coo1 9 /, and Aoung, 5"dvan#ed Me#hani#s of Materials6, 7ohn 8iley Co., ,ew /elhi, -?'B. 2. /en +artog, 5"dvan#ed (trength of Materials6, M#%raw +ill &n#., ,ew /elhi, -?BG.

08M003 AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING 3003

AUTOMOBILE ARCHITECTURE AND PERFORMANCE: "utomotive #omponents, subsystems and their positions- Chassis, frame and body, front, rear and four wheel drives, @peration and performan#e, 2ra#tion for#e and tra#tion resistan#e, ;ower re)uired for automobile-9olling, air and gradient resistan#e. (G) ENGINE ARCHITECTURE AND PERFORMANCE: 2ypes of engine, multi valve engine, in-line engine, vee-engine, ;etrol enginedire#t, single point and multipoint inEe#tion, diesel engine-#ommon rail diesel inEe#tion, super#harging and turbo #harging 4 alternate fuels-ethanol and ethanol blend, #ompressed natural gas, fuel #ells, hybrid vehi#les& (G) TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS: Clut#h * 2ypes-#oil spring and diaphragm type #lut#h, single and multi plate #lut#h, #entrifugal #lut#h, %ear box * 2ypes-#onstant mesh, sliding mesh and syn#hromesh gear box, layout of gear box, gear sele#tor and shifting

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me#hanism, overdrive, automati# transmission, ;ropeller shaft, universal Eoint, slip Eoint, differential and real axle arrangement, hydrauli# #oupling (-.) \$HEEL AND TYRES: 2ypes of wheels, #onstru#tion, wired wheels, 2yres- #onstru#tion, 9adial, bias P belted bias, slip angle, 2read patterns, 2yre retreading #old P hot, 2ubeless tyres (G) SUSPENSION SYSTEM: 2ypes-front and rear suspension, #onventional and independent type suspension, leaf springs, #oil springs, dampers, torsion bars, stabili4er bars, arms, air suspension systems. (I) STEERING SYSTEM: 2ypes of steering systems, "#1ermann prin#iple, /avis steering gear, steering gear boxes, steering lin1ages, power steering, wheel geometry-#aster, #amber toe-in, toe out et#., wheel "lignment and balan#ing. (I) BRA#ING SYSTEM: :or#es on vehi#les, tyre grip, load transfer, bra1ing distribution between axles, stopping distan#e, 2ypes of bra1es, Me#hani#al, +ydrauli#, "ir bra1es, /is# P /rum bra1es, !ngine bra1es anti lo#1 bra1ing system. (G) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 9.\$. %upta, N "utomobile !ngineering N, (atya ;ra1ashan, -??=. 2. 3irpal (ingh, 5"utomobile !ngineering Col-& P &&6, BFe (tandard publishers, /elhi, -??B. =. +eni4 +eisler, 5 Cehi#le and !ngine 2e#hnology, ("! -??? REFERENCES: -. 7ulian +appian (mith, 5"n introdu#tion to modern vehi#le design6, \$utterworth-+einemann, ,ew /elhi, 2..2 2. Crouse 8 +, 5"utomotive transmissions and power trains6, M#-%raw +ill \$oo1 Co., ,ew /elhi, -?BI.

08M004 FAILURE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3003

MATERIALS AND DESIGN PROCESS: :a#tors affe#ting the behavior of materials in #omponents, effe#t of #omponent geometry and shape fa#tors, design for stati# strength, stiffness, designing with high strength and low toughness materials, designing for hostile environments, material pro#essing and design, pro#esses and their influen#e on design, pro#ess attributes, systemati# pro#ess sele#tion, s#reening, pro#ess sele#tion diagrams, ran1ing, pro#ess #ost. (B) FRACTURE MECHANICS: /u#tile fra#ture, brittle fra#ture, Cleavage-fra#tography, du#tile-brittle transition-:ra#ture me#hani#s approa#h to design-energy #riterion, stress intensity approa#h, time dependent #ra#1 growth and damage (I) LINEAR ELASTIC FRACTURE MECHANICS: %riffith theory, !nergy release rate, instability and 9-#urve, stress analysis of #ra#1s-stress intensity fa#tor, 3-threshold, #ra#1 growth instability analysis, #ra#1 tip stress analysis. (I) ELASTIC PLASTIC FRACTURE MECHANICS: Cra#1 tip opening displa#ement( C2@/), 7 integral, relationship between 7 and C2@/, (B) DYNAMIC AND TIME6DEPENDENT FRACTURE: /ynami# fra#ture, rapid loading of a stationary #ra#1, rapid #ra#1 propagation, dynami# #ontour integral, Creep #ra#1 growth-C &ntegral, Cis#o elasti# fra#ture me#hani#s, vis#oelasti# 7 integral (G) DETERMINATION OF FRACTURE TOUGHNESS VALUES: !xperimental determination of plane strain fra#ture toughness, 3- 9 #urve testing, 7 measurement, C2@/ testing, effe#t of temperature, strain rate on fra#ture toughness. (I) FAILURE ANALYSIS TOOLS* 9eliability #on#ept and ha4ard fun#tion, life predi#tion, life extension, appli#ation of poisson, exponential and 8eibull distribution for reliability, bath tub #urve, parallel and series system, M2\$:,M229, :M!" definition-/esign :M!", ;ro#ess :M!" , analysis #auses of failure, modes, ran1s of failure modes, fault tree analysis, industrial #ase studiesFproEe#ts on :M!". (G) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 7ohn M \$arsoom and (tanley 2 9olte N:ra#ture and :atigue Control in (tru#turesN, ;renti#e +all, -?'B. 2. "(M Metals +andboo1, N:ailure "nalysis and ;reventionN, "(M Metals ;ar1, @hio, <(", Col. -., 2enth !dition, -??G. =. Mi#hael : "shby, 5Material (ele#tion in Me#hani#al /esign6, \$utterworth > +einemann, -???. . 2.L."nderson, :ra#ture Me#hani#s*:undamentals and appli#ations,(e#ond edition REFERENCES: -. (higley and Mis#he, NMe#hani#al !ngineering /esignN, M#%raw +ill, -??2. 2. Mahmoud M :arag, 5Material (ele#tion for !ngineering /esign6, ;renti#e +all, -??B. =. :a#ulty of Me#hani#al !ngineering, ;(% College of 2e#hnology, 5/esign /ata \$oo16, /;C ;rinters, -??=.

08M00% VIBRATION AND NOISE ENGINEERING

("lso #ommon with .'".2B)

3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION: 9elevan#e of and need for vibrational analysis. Mathemati#al modeling of vibrating systems-dis#rete and #ontinuous systems-single-degree of freedom systems, free and for#ed vibrations, various damping models. (I) T\$O DEGREES OF FREEDOM SYSTEMS: %enerali4ed #o-ordinates, prin#ipal #o-ordinates, derivation of e)uations of motion, #oordinate #oupling, Lagrange0s e)uation. (I)

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MULTI DEGREES OF FREEDOM SYSTEMS: /erivation of e)uations of motion, influen#e #oeffi#ients, orthogonality prin#iple, #al#ulation of natural fre)uen#ies by 9aleigh, (todala, /un1erley, +ol4er and matrix iteration methods, bran#hed system, geared system. (') TRANSIENT VIBRATION: &mpulse and arbitrary ex#itation, base ex#itation, Lapla#e transform formulation, response spe#trum. ( ) VIBRATION MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL: Measurement of vibration, ::2 analy4er. Methods of vibration #ontrol - ex#itation redu#tion at sour#e, balan#ing of rigid, flexible and variable mass rotors. /ynami# properties and sele#tion of stru#tural materialsvis#oelasti# polymers, vibration absorbers- tuned absorber, tuned and damped absorber ()ualitative treatment only), untuned vis#ous damper, vibration isolation. (-2) NOISE: ;roperties of sound > sound level meter. (ound isolation- ma#hine en#losures, silen#ers and mufflers. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 2homson 8 2, N2heory of Cibration with "ppli#ationsN, C\$( ;ublishers and /istributors, ,ew /elhi, -??.. 2. "sho1 3umar Malli1, 5;rin#iples of Cibration #ontrol6, "ffiliated !ast-8est ;ress (;) Ltd., ,ew /elhi ;ress, -??.. =. Lewis + \$ell, 5&ndustrial ,oise Control :undamentals and "ppli#ations6, Mar#el /e11ev &n#l., ,ew Aor1, -?'2. REFERENCES: -. 9ao ( (, NMe#hani#al CibrationsN, "ddison 8esley, Longman, -??G. 2. 2se Morse and +in1le, 5Me#hani#al Cibration6, ;renti#e +all of &ndia Ltd., ,ew 7ersey,-?'B. =. %rover % 3, NMe#hani#al Cibrations N, ,ew Chand and \$rothers, 9oor1ey, -?'?. . (eto, 5Me#hani#al Cibrations N, (#haum @utline (eries, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Company, ,ew /elhi, -??.. G. 3ewal ;uEara. and ;uEara 9.(., 5,oise for !ngineers6, /hanpat 9ai and (ons, ,ew /elhi, -?' .

08M003 DESIGN OF ROTATING EQUIPMENT 3003

INTRODUCTION: ;rin#iples of fluid flow, \$asi# theory of rotating e)uipment. (2)

PUMPS: /ifferent types of pump - #hara#teristi# #urves. 2heory of #entrifugal pump impeller-vortex theory, design of impeller, volute and diffusers. (pe#ifi# speed and design #onstants. (I) DESIGN OF MIXED FLO\$ IMPELLERS: %eometri# relationship, axial flow pumps, design. <se of aerofoil data for impeller design, guide vane, pump #asing. (G) FANS: :an laws, performan#e #oeffi#ients, effe#t of #hange in fan speed, density, series and parallel operation, fan design losses, blade shape, #asing. (G) PROPELLER FANS: Cross flow fans, prin#iple of operation, appli#ations, regulation of volume flow, sour#es of vibration in fans, noise attenuation testing. (G) BLO\$ERS: 2ypes, #entrifugal blower - design pro#edure, sele#tion, performan#e, spe#ial appli#ations, #ontrol of volume flow. ( )

PERFORMANCE ESTIMATION: &nstrumentation test rig layout, measurement of pressure, temperature, use of hot wire anemometer, boundary layer probes, measurement of sound, different types and #hara#teristi#s. ( ) COMPRESSORS: /ifferent types of #ompressors - #hara#teristi# #urves. Centrifugal #ompressor - multistage arrangement, blade design, types of diffusers, performan#e, series and parallel operation. ( ) AXIAL FLO\$ COMPRESSORS: Cas#ade theory, effi#ien#y, two dimensional #as#ade, velo#ity triangles and stage loading, stage rea#tion, losses, #ompressor-testing pro#edure. ( ) DISC STRESSES AND CRITICAL SPEED * /etermination of dis# stresses > sum and differen#e #urves, Criti#al speeds of two bearing and three bearing shafts, torsional #riti#al speeds (=) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. Cal ( Lobanoff and 9obert 9 9oss,5Centrifugal ;umps /esign and "ppli#ation6, 7ai#o ;ublishing +ouse, Madras.-??I. 2. "llan 8allis 9, 5"xial :low :ans and /u#ts6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew Aor1, -?'=. =. 9onald ; Lapina, 5!stimating Centrifugal Compressor ;erforman#e6, %ulf ;ublishing Company, -?'2. . Chur#h ( "ustin and 7agdish Lal, 5Centrifugal pumps and blowers6, Metropolitan \$oo1 Co. ;vt.Ltd, /elhi.-?B=

08M009 PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES 3003

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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: +uman fa#tors and !rgonomi#s, produ#t development versus design, produ#t #ost analysis, #ost models, reverse engineering and redesign produ#t development pro#ess, new produ#t development, tear down method. (') PRODUCT FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS: ;rin#iples of design, axiomati# approa#h, fun#tional de#omposition, mathemati#al representation, fun#tional analysis, examples of the use of axiomati# method. (') PRODUCT CONCEPTS: Con#ept generation, produ#t #onfiguration, #on#ept evaluation and sele#tion, produ#t embodiments, Juality fun#tion deployment, produ#t design spe#ifi#ation, physi#al prototypes-types and te#hni)ue, dimensional analysis, design of experiments (') PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT: 9eliability, failure identifi#ation te#hni)ues, ;o1a-Ao1e, /esign for the environment, design for maintainability, produ#t safety, liability and design, design for pa#1aging, fa#torial analysis-",@C", fa#torial experiments, examples. (') PLM CONCEPTS: &ntrodu#tion to enterprise appli#ation integration, C"/ and ;/M systems C"/-;/M integration, 9elease to manufa#turing- release of engineering data to manufa#turing, #ase studies for ;/M-!9; integration, introdu#tion to ;LM software and ar#hite#ture. (-.) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. 3evin @tto and 3ristin 8ood ;rodu#t /esign, 52e#hni)ues in 9everse !ngineering and ,ew ;rodu#t /evelopment6, -Fe, 2.. , ;earson !du#ation, ,ew /elhi. 2. !dward \$. Magrab, 6&ntegrated ;rodu#t and ;ro#ess /esign and /evelopment* 2he produ#t reali4ation pro#ess6, C9C ;ress, -??B =. 3arl 2. <lri#h, (teven /. !ppinger, 5;rodu#t /esign and /evelopment6,2hird !dition, 2..=, Irwin Professional

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. G. "lexis Leon, 5!nterprise 9esour#e ;lanning6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..2. /avid Linthi#um, 5\$2\$ "ppli#ation &ntegration* e-\$usiness-!nable Aour !nterprise6, "ddison 8eseley, 2..-.

08M008 THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY 3003

ANALYSIS OF STRESS AND STRAIN * (tress at a point, stress tensor, stress transformations, prin#ipal stresses, o#tahedral stress, e)uations of e)uilibrium, strain tensor, prin#ipal strains, strain-displa#ement relations, #ompatibility #onditions. (') CONSTITUTIVE EQUATIONS* %eneral theory, generali4ed +oo1e0s law, e)uations of elasti#ity, Mit#hel-\$eltrami and ,avier e)uations, formulation of the general elasti#ity problem, boundary #onditions. (') SOLUTION OF SOME SPECIAL BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS: 2wo dimensional problems in re#tangular and polar #oordinates, "iry0s stress fun#tion. " few representative =/ problems - torsion and bending of non-#ir#ular prismati# bars ((aintCenant0s solution), membrane analogy. (') PLASTICITY: ;lasti# flow and its mi#ros#opi# and ma#ros#opi# des#riptions, #ontinuum plasti#ity, stress-strain #urves of real materials, definition of yield #riterion, #on#ept of a yield surfa#e in prin#ipal stress spa#e, yield #riteria, tres#a, Con Mises. (') PLASTIC STRAIN ANALYSIS* ;randtl-9euss and Levy-Mises e)uations, deformation in plane stress-yielding of thin sheet in biaxial and uniaxial tension. ;lane strain deformation-stress tensor, hydrostati# and deviatori# #omponents, plasti# potential, plasti# instability, wor1 hardening, effe#tive stress and effe#tive strain, strain rates and temperature effe#ts on flow stress. (-.) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 2imoshen1o ( ; and %oodier 7 ,, 5 2heory of !lasti#ity6, M#%raw-+ill &nternational !ditions, 2hird !dition , -?B.. 2. (o1olni1off & (, 5Mathemati#al 2heory of !lasti#ity6, M#%raw > +ill &nternational !ditions, (e#ond !dition, -?GI. =. 7honson 8 and Mellor ; \$, 5!ngineering ;lasti#ity6, Can ,ostrant 9einhold, -?'=. . Cha1rabarthy 7., 52heory of ;lasti#ity6, M#%raw +ill Co, -?'B. REFERENCES: -. \$oresi " ;, (#hmidt 9 7 and (idebottom @ M, 5"dvan#ed Me#hani#s of Materials6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, &n#., :ifth !dition, -??=. 2. /urelli " 7, ;hillips ! " and 2sao C +, 5&ntrodu#tion to the 2heoreti#al and !xperimental "nalysis of (tress and (train6, M#%raw +ill, ,ew Aor1, -?G'. =. Calladine C 9, 5;lasti#ity for !ngineers6, !llis +orwood, -?'G. . /ieter % !, 5Me#hani#al Metallurgy6, M#%raw +ill, -?''. G. /ally 7 8 and 9iley 8 :, 5!xperimental (tress "nalysis6, M#%raw +ill &nternational !ditions, 2hird !dition, -??-.

08M00I MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS 3003

INTRODUCTION: Modern materials in design, types, metals, polymers, #erami#s, #omposites. ;olymers-Classifi#ation, properties of thermo plasti#s, properties of thermo setting plasti#s, appli#ations, merits and demerits. Classifi#ation of #omposites, +oney #omb #omposites, advantages, appli#ations. Matrix and their role, prin#ipal types of fibre and matrix materials. (B)

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PROCESS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOSITES * Manufa#ture of polymer matrix #omposites-Lay up and #uring, open and #losed mould pro#esses, bag moulding, filament winding, pultrusion, pulforming, thermoforming, advantages and limitations of different pro#esses. Manufa#ture of metal matrix and #erami# matrix #omposites. "dvantages, limitations and #hara#teristi#s of #erami# and metal matrix #omposites. (B) CONCEPTS OF SOLID MECHANICS: (tress and strain, (train !nergy, ;lane stress and plane strain, %enerali4ed +oo10s Law for different types of materials, material symmetry, !ngineering #onstants, #oordinate transformation, thermal effe#ts and moisture effe#ts, (B) MICRO MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF A LAMINA: Colume and mass fra#tions, density and void #ontent, evaluation of elasti# moduli, ultimate strengths of a unidire#tional lamina, #oeffi#ients of thermal and moisture expansion. (B) MACRO MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF A LAMINA: +oo10s Law for a two dimensional unidire#tional lamina and angular lamina, evaluation of elasti# moduli for unidire#tional and angle lamina, engineering #onstants of unidire#tional and angle lamina, strength failure theories. (B) MACRO MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF A LAMINATE * Laminate #ode, stress - strain behaviour in a laminate, 9esultant for#es and moments in a laminate, interlaminar stresses in laminates. (B) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. "utar 3 3aw, NMe#hani#s of Composite MaterialsN, C9C ;ress, ,A, -??B. 2. "garwal \$ / and \$routman L 7, N"nalysis and ;erforman#e of :ibre CompositesN, 7ohn 8iley and (ons &n#, -??.. =. Matthews : L and 9awlings 9 /, 5Composite Materials* !ngineering and (#ien#e6, Chapman and +all, London, -?? . . (rinivasan, ".C. and Mi#hael M#:arland, 5(mart (tru#tures6, Cambridge <niversity ;ress, <3, 2..-. G. 3alyanmoy /eb, 5@ptimi4ation for engineering design6, ;renti#e-+all &ndia (;vt) Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2.... REFERENCES: -. 9onald : %ibson, 6;rin#iples of Composite Material Me#hani#sN, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co, -?? . 2. 9obert M 7ones, NMe#hani#s of Composite MaterialsN, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co, -?B.. =. 2erry 9i#hardson, NComposites - " /esign %uideN, &ndustrial ;ress &n#, ,A, -?'B. . (anEay 3 Ma4umdar, 5Composites Manufa#turing6, C9C ;ress, ,A, 2..=.

08M010 BIO6MECHANICS 3003

INTRODUCTION TO BIOMECHANICS: \$asi# 2erminology and Con#epts > Me#hani#al properties of soft tissues, bones and mus#les. (-.) BIOMECHANICS OF TISSUES AND STRUCTURES OF THE MUSCULOS#ELETAL SYSTEM: \$iome#hani#s of \$one, \$iome#hani#s of "rti#ular Cartilage, 2endons and Ligaments, ;eripheral ,erves and (pinal ,erve 9oots, (1eletal Mus#le. (-2) BIOMECHANICS OF 'OINTS: 3nee, +ip, :oot and "n1le, Lumbar (pine, Cervi#al (pine, (houlder, !lbow the 8rist and +and. (-.) BIOMECHANICS OF HUMAN MOTION: Linear 1inemati# and 1ineti# aspe#ts of human movement, angular 1inemati# and 1ineti# aspe#ts of human movement, e)uilibrium and human moment, biome#hani#s of %ait. (-.) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 2. (usan 7 +all, 5\$asi# \$iome#hani#s6, 2he M#%raw-+ill Companies, :ifth !dition, &n#., 2..I. 7ay / +umphrey and (herry L /elange, 5"n &ntrodu#tion to \$iome#hani#s* (olids and :luids, "nalysis and /esign6, (pringerCerlag, 2.. .

REFERENCES: -. 2. Margareta ,ordin and Ci#tor + :ran1el, 5\$asi# \$iome#hani#s of the Mus#ulos1eletal (ystem6, Lippin#ott 8illiams and 8il1ins, 2..-. @D1aya, ,ihat, ,ordin and Margareta, 5:undamentals of \$iome#hani#s* !)uilibrium, Motion and /eformation6, (pringer, -???.

MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING 08M013 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURE

("lso #ommon with .'"..-)

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INTRODUCTION: !volution of C"/FC"M and C&M, s#ope of C&M, segments of generi# C&M, #omputers and wor1stations, an overview of C&M software. ( )

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GEOMETRIC MODELING AND DESIGN OPTIMISATION: %eometri# modeling te#hni)ues, automated drafting, graphi# standards, engineering analysis, optimisation, prin#iples of #on#urrent engineering. ( ) CNC TECHNOLOGY AND ROBOTIC SYSTEMS: ;rin#iples of numeri#al #ontrol, types of C,C ma#hines, features of C,C systems, programming te#hni)ues, #apabilities of a typi#al ,C, C"M software, integration of C,C ma#hines in C&M environment, /,C>flexible manufa#turing systems. 9oboti# systems-types of robots and their performan#e #apabilities, programming of robots, hardware of robots, 1inemati#s of robots, produ#t design for roboti4ed manufa#turing, appli#ations of robots in manufa#turing and assembly. (') GROUP TECHNOLOGY AND AUTOMATED PROCESS PLANNING: Methods of developing part families, #lassifi#ation and #oding systems, pro#ess planning, variant and generative pro#ess planning methods, "& in pro#ess planning. (I) MANUFACTURING SYSTEM SOFT\$ARE: ;rodu#tion #ontrol>fore#asting, master produ#tion s#hedule, M9;, #apa#ity planning, shop floor #ontrol, inventory management, produ#t routing, Eob #osting, mar1eting appli#ations. ( ) FUNDAMENTALS OF NET\$OR#ING * ,etwor1ing #on#epts, networ1ing devi#es > repeaters, bridges, routers, gateways, hubs and swit#hes. M";, 2@;, L",, 8",. ,etwor1 topologies > star, bus, ring. (I) VIRTUAL ORGANISATION* ;aperless fa#tory, introdu#tion virtual reality and appli#ation, virtual prototyping and manufa#turing instrumentation and measurement, virtual enterprises. ( ) PRO'ECT: &nvolving C"/FC"MFC"! a#tivities for a sele#ted produ#t from industry. 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 2. Mi1ell ; %roover, 5"utomation of ;rodu#tion (ystems and Computer &ntegrated Manufa#turing6, ;earson !du#ation, ,ew /elhi, 2..-. Lee 3unwoo, 5C"/FC"MFC"! (ystems6, "ddition, 8esley, <(", -???. (I) To !"

REFERENCES: -. 2. 3ant CaEpayee (, 5;rin#iples of Computer &ntegrated Manufa#turing6, ;renti#e +all, &ndia, ,ew 7ersey, 2..=. 9adha1rishnan ;, (ubramanyan ( and 9aEu C, 5C"/FC"MFC&M6, (e#ond !dition ,ew "ge &nternational (;) Ltd, ,ew /elhi, 2....

08M019 MANUFACTURE AND INSPECTION OF GEARS 3 003

INTRODUCTION TO GEARS: 2ypes of gears-#lassifi#ation, appli#ation of gears, gearboxes, drawings for gears, gear produ#tion method an overview, types of blan1s and blan1 preparation. ( ) PRODUCTION OF CYLINDRICAL GEARS: ;ro#edure of #utting gears and obtainable )uality in hobbing and gear shaping, #utter sele#tion and wor1 holding methods, setting #al#ulations. 9a#1 type gear shaping ma#hine des#ription and appli#ation. &nternal gear #utting methods, C,C gear hobbing and gear shaping ma#hines. (G) PRODUCTION OF CONICAL GEARS: ;rodu#tion of straight bevel gears by bevel gear generator, duplex rotary #utter method, %leason 9eva #y#le method, spiral and hybrid bevel gear generation. /es#ription of ma#hine, #utter and ma#hine setting. (G) GEAR MATERIAL SELECTION AND HARDENING METHODS: ;roperties of gear materials-non-metalli#, non-ferrous and plasti# gears, sele#tion of material for power transmission, high speed appli#ation. (ele#tion of material for worm and wheel. +ardening by through hardening, #ase hardening, indu#tion hardening, flame hardening, nitriding and tuftriding, hardening defe#ts. (I) GEAR FINISHING METHODS: %ear finishing advantages, finishing of gears by grinding, shaving, lapping and honing methods, #old rolling of gears - des#ription of pro#ess, ma#hine, #utters and pro#ess parameters setting. (G) GEAR INSPECTION: 2ype of gear errors-gear )uality standards and allowable limits-tooth thi#1ness, base tangent length measurement, pit#h error, radial run out, involute profile error measurements methods and analysis, #omposite error measurement, #omputeri4ed gear inspe#tion, gear failure reasons and remedies. (I) MODERN GEAR PRODUCTION METHODS: %ear produ#tion by stamping, die #asting, powder metal pro#ess, inEe#tion and #ompression moulding of plasti# gears, #old and hot rolling. Mass produ#tion methods, shear speed shaping, gear broa#hing, %leayson %-29"C > gear generation methods. (I) ECONOMICAL AND QUALITY PRODUCTION OF GEARS: %ear produ#tion systems > bat#h produ#tion, gear produ#tion #ells, lean and agile produ#tion pra#ti#es, automobile gear and gear boxes, heavy engineering gear produ#tion, gear for instruments and applian#es, pro#ess and #utter sele#tion for )uantity, #ost and )uality #riteria. (G) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S:

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8atson, 5Modern %ear ;rodu#tion6, ;ersman ;ress @xford, -?' . +M2, 5;rodu#tion 2e#hnology6, 2ata M#%raw +ill Co., ,ew /elhi, -??2.

REFERENCES: -. ("!, 5%ear /esign Manufa#turing &nspe#tion Manual6, ("!, -??.. 2. 8e#1 M., 5+and \$oo1 of Ma#hine 2ools6, 2e#hnology and (ons, -?' . =. 5%ear 2e#hnology6, Maga4ine > \$a#1 Columes.

08M018 HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS 3003

INTRODUCTION: &ntrodu#tion to fluid power, properties - hydrauli# fluids, air. (ele#tion of hydrauli# fluids, #omparison between hydrauli#s and pneumati#s. (G) ELEMENTS OF HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS: ;umps and motors- types, #hara#teristi#s. Cylinders, types, typi#al #onstru#tion details. Calves for #ontrol of dire#tion, flow and pressure, types, typi#al #onstru#tion details. (G) HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DESIGN: ;ower pa#1>elements, design. ;ipes- material, pipe fittings. seals and pa#1ing. maintenan#e of hydrauli# systems. (ele#tion #riteria for #ylinders, valves, pipes. +eat generation in hydrauli# system (G) TYPICAL INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS: Cir#uits for de#eleration, regenerative #ir#uits, differential #ir#uits, feed #ir#uits, se)uen#ing #ir#uits, syn#hroni4ing #ir#uits, fail-safe #ir#uits. (G) ELEMENTS OF PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS: Compressors- types, sele#tion. (ymbols of pneumati# elements. Cylinders - types, typi#al #onstru#tion details. Calves > dire#tion #ontrol, flow, pressure, types, typi#al #onstru#tion details. (G) PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS DESIGN: %eneral approa#h, travel step diagram. 2ypes - se)uen#e #ontrol, #as#ade, step #ounter method. 3.C.Mapping for minimi4ation of logi# e)uation. (I) TYPICAL INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS OF PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS: Metal wor1ing, handling, #lamping, appli#ation with #ounters. (I) ADVANCED TOPICS IN HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS: !le#tro pneumati#s, ladder diagram. (ervo and ;roportional valves types, operation, appli#ation. +ydro-Me#hani#al servo systems. ;LC-#onstru#tion, types, operation, programming (G) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. "nthony !spisito, 5 :luid ;ower with "ppli#ation6, ;earson !du#ation ((ingapore) ;te.Ltd, /elhi, &ndia, :ifth !dition, :irst &ndian 9eprint, 2..=. 2. 8erner /eppert and 3urt (toll, 5;neumati# Controls * "n &ntrodu#tion to ;rin#iples5, Cogel-/ru#1 8ur4burg, %ermany, -?BG. REFERENCES: -. MaEumdar, (.9., 5@il +ydrauli# (ystems* ;rin#iples and Maintenan#e6, 2ata M#%raw- +ill ;ublishing Company Ltd., ,ew /elhi, :ourth 9eprint, 2..=. 2. ;eter 9ohner, 5:luid ;ower Logi# Cir#uit /esign > "nalysis, /esign Method and 8or1ed !xamples6, 2he Ma#millan ;ress Ltd., <3, -?B?. =. (rinivasan 9, 5+ydrauli# and ;neumati# Controls6, CiEay ,i#ole &mprints ;vt., Ltd., Chennai, 2.. . . (udin &4man and Cen1atesh C C, 5;re#ision !ngineering6, 2ata M#graw-+ill &n#., 2..B.

08M01I PRECISION ENGINEERING 3003

ACCURACY: Con#ept of a##ura#y > a##ura#y of numeri# #ontrol systems, a##eptan#e test for ma#hine tools. (I)

FACTORS AFFECTING ACCURACY: (tati# stiffness and its influen#e on ma#hining a##ura#y, ina##ura#ies due to thermal effe#ts, influen#e of for#ed vibrations on a##ura#y, dimensional wear of #utting tools and its influen#e on a##ura#y. (B) MICRO FINISHING PROCESS: (urfa#e roughness, bearing area #urves, surfa#e texture measurement, methods of improving a##ura#y and surfa#e finish, finish boring, finish grinding, pre#ision #ylindri#al grinding, mi#ro ma#hining, pre#ision mi#ro drilling. (B) UNCONVENTIONAL MACHINING: ;re#ision, #ut in wire, !/M ma#hining, ele#tro me#hani#al grinding, ele#tron beam ma#hining, laser beam ma#hining. (B) MICRO ELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS: &ntrodu#tion to sili#on pro#essing, wafer #leaning, diffusion and ion implantation, oxidation, photolithography, photo resist, resist strip, ele#tron beam and O-ray lithography, thin film deposition, evaporation, sputtering, mole#ular beam epitaxy, #hemi#al vapour deposition, ele#tro plating. (B)

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BUL# MICRO MACHINING AND NANO TECHNOLOGY: 8et et#hing, isotropi# et#hing, anisotropi# et#hing, dry et#hing, physi#al et#hing, rea#tive ion et#hing, ,ano 2e#hnology, nano-grating system, nano-lithography, fabri#ation of CC/(, nano pro#essing of materials for super high density &Cs, nano-me#hani#al parts. (') To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. Murthy 9 L, 5;re#ision !ngineering in Manufa#turing6, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers, -??I. 2. Mar1 7 Madou, 5:undamentals of Mi#ro :abri#ation6, C9C ;ress, 2..2. =. ,ano 2anigudi, 5,anote#hnology6, @xford <niversity ;ress, ,ew Aor1, 2..=. REFERENCES: -. /avidson, 5+andboo1 of ;re#ision !ngineering6, Col. -,-2, M#Millan, -?B2. 2. 7aeger 9 C, 5&ntrodu#tion to Mi#ro !le#troni#s :abri#ation6, "ddison 8esley, !ngland, -?''. =. Chang C C and (4e ( M , 5CL(& 2e#hnology6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..=. . \$hart \$husshan,6+andboo1 of ,ano 2e#hnology6, (pringer %ermany, 2.. . G. 8ebsite* www.scientific.net I. 8ebsite* www.nist.gor.

08M020 MANUFACTURE OF AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS 3003

INTRODUCTION: &ntrodu#tion to basi# produ#tion pro#ess - welding - #asting - plasti# moulding - powder metallurgy - manufa#ture of #omposite materials (-) MANUFACTURE OF ENGINE E ENGINE COMPONENTS: &ntrodu#tion - Casting of engine blo#1 - drilling of #ylinder holes - water #ooling passages - ;reparation of #asting for #ylinder heads - design of #ores. :orging of #ran1shafts and #onne#ting rod, #asting piston and drilling of oil holes - <pset forging of valves. +eat treatment of #ran1shafts and #onne#ting rod. /rilling of oil holes and grinding of #ran1 shafts. :orging and heat treatment of #amshafts. (B) MANUFACTURE OF CLUTCH COMPONENTS: Manufa#turing fri#tion plates - manufa#ture of #omposite fri#tion lining - Composite moulding of phenol formaldehyde lining. (2) MANUFACTURE OF GEAR BOX COMPONENTS: Casting of gear box #asing - &ntrodu#tion to gear milling - hobbling manufa#turing and inspe#tion of gears (I) MANUFACTURE OF PROPELLER SHAFT: Casting of propeller shaft. treatment and surfa#e hardening of propeller shaft. !xtrusion of propeller shaft - extrusion dies - heat (2)

MANUFACTURE OF AXLES E SPRINGS: :orging of axles, Casting of front and rear axles - ;rovision of 3;&. 8rap forming of #oil springs. (=) MANUFACTURE OF BODY PANELS: &ntrodu#tion - 2hermoforming and hydroforming - ;ressforming. 8elding of body panels resistan#e welding and other welding pro#esses ( ) MANUFACTURE OF AUTOMOTIVE PLASTIC COMPONENTS: &ntrodu#tion - ;rin#iple of inEe#tion moulding- inEe#tion moulding of instrument panel- moulding of bumpers - tooling and tooling re)uirements - hand lay-up pro#ess for ma1ing #omposite panels :ilament winding of automotive spring and propeller shaft. Manufa#ture of metalF;olymerFMetal panels. (I) MANUFACTURE OF ENGINE COMPONENTS USING CERAMIC MATRIX COMPOSITES: &ntrodu#tion, Cerami# matrix piston rings, Chemi#al vapour deposition, Cryogeni# grinding of powders, (ol-gel pro#essing . ( ) ADVANCED MACHINING PROCESS : Ma#hining #on#epts using ,C, generation of numeri#al #ontrol #odes using ;ro-! and &/!"( pa#1age, interfa#ing the C,C ma#hine and manufa#turing pa#1age. &ntrodu#tion to rapid prototyping - rapid prototyping of using resins. (B) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. 3alpa1Eian,6 Manufa#turing !ngineering and 2e#hnology6, "ddison-8esley ;ublishing Company, in#., 2hird !dition, -??G.

THERMAL ENGINEERING 08M023 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

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INTRODUCTION: \$asi# #on#epts of fluid flow-derivation of the governing e)uations, #onservation of mass, momentum and energy. Mathemati#al #lassifi#ation of flow - hyperboli#, paraboli#, ellipti# and mixed flow types. (B)

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DISCRETISATION: :inite differen#e method - forward, ba#1ward and #entral differen#e s#hemes, expli#it and impli#it methods. ;roperties of numeri#al solution methods - stability analysis, error estimation, differen#e between the :/M and :CM methods. (?) INTRODUCTION TO GRID GENERATION: Choi#e of grid, grid oriented velo#ity #omponents, #artesian velo#ity #omponents, staggered and #ollo#ated arrangements, adaptive grids. (I) CFD TECHNIQUES: Lax - 8endroff te#hni)ue - Ma#Corma#10s te#hni)ue, relaxation te#hni)ue. "rtifi#ial vis#osity, "/& te#hni)ue, ;ressure #orre#tion te#hni)ue, (&M;L! algorithm. <pwind s#hemes - flux ve#tor splitting. (?) TURBULENCE MODELING: 2urbulen#e energy e)uation- one-e)uation model, the 1-\ model, the 1- ] model. CASE STUDIES: ;ra#ti#al problem solving using C:/ pa#1ages. TEXT BOO#S: -. 7ohn / "nderson, 5 Computational :luid /ynami#s > 2he \$asi#s with "ppli#ations6, M#%raw +ill, , ,ew /elhi, -??G. 2. Muralidhar 3. and (undararaEan 2., 5Computational :luid :low and +eat 2ransfer6, ,arosa ;ubli#ations, 2..=. REFERENCES: -. Chung 2 7, 5Computational :luid /ynami#s6, Cambridge <niversity ;ress, London, 2..2. 2. /avid C 8il#ox, 52urbulen#e Modeling for C:/6, /C8 &ndustries, &n#., -??=. =. Cersteeg + 3 and Malalase1ara 8, 5"n &ntrodu#tion to Computational :luid /ynami#s - 2he :inite Colume Method6, Longman, -??G. (I) (G) To !" 42

08M029 IC ENGINE DESIGN 3003

INTRODUCTION: ;rin#iples, design of engine based on vehi#le #hara#teristi#s>engine #apa#ity, #al#ulation of bore and stro1e length-balan#ing and vibration -#riti#al speed and damping . (I) PISTON: &ntrodu#tion >#al#ulation of gas for#es> variation of gas for#es. /esign of piston > #al#ulation of side thrust > piston pin, rings. (') CONNECTING ROD: &ntrodu#tion>design prin#iples, pro#edure, sele#tion of #ross se#tion, materials, manufa#turing pro#ess > heat treatment. (B) CRAN#SHAFT: &ntrodu#tion, determination of primary and se#ondary for#es> balan#ing for#es, #al#ulation of rotating mass, lo#ation of mass. (ele#tion of materials, manufa#turing pro#ess, heat treatment. (') VALVE ACTUATING MECHANISM: /esign of valves > valve springs > tappet. Cam design-#am profile generation, #am shaft design. 9o#1er and ro#1er shaft design #onsiderations, materials, manufa#turing pro#ess, heat treatments. (') FLY\$HEELS: /etermination of the mass of a flywheel for a given #o-effi#ient of speed flu#tuation. !ngine flywheel > stresses of rim flywheels, design of hubs and arms of flywheel, turning moment diagram. (G) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. +eldt ; M, 5 +igh (peed Combustion !ngines6, @xford &\$+ ;ublishing Co., Cal#utta, -??I. 2. Li#hty, 5&.C. !ngines6, 3oga1usha Co., Limited, 2o1yo, -?'I. REFERENCES: -. %iles 7 %, 5!ngine /esign6, &lliffee \$oo1s Ltd., London, -?I'. 2. 7ohn :enton, 5%asoline !ngine analysis for C"/6, M!;, London, -?'I.

08M028 PO\$ER PLANT ENGINEERING 3003

STEAM CYCLES: 9an1ine #y#le-superheat, reheat and regeneration, super #riti#al #y#les, #ombined #y#les - binary #y#les, #ogeneration. ( ) FUEL COMBUSTION: 2ypes of #ombustion, sto1ers, fuel and ash handling e)uipments. /raft- for#ed, indu#ed and balan#ed drafts. (ele#tion of fans. +eat re#overy e)uipments-e#onomisers, air preheaters and reheaters, different types of superheaters and de-superheaters. !mission #ontrol, flue gas #leaning, parti#ulate and gaseous emission #ontrol methods. \$oiler testing. (G) THERMAL PO\$ER PLANT: (team generators-for#ed #ir#ulation, high-pressure boilers and super #riti#al boilers, fluidi4ed bed boiler, boiler a##essories and mountings. ( ) HYDROELECTRIC PO\$ER PLANT: 9unoff river plants, pumped storage plants, underground stations. 2urbine performan#e, hydel plant axillaries and plant operation. (G)

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CONDENSERS COOLING TO\$ERS: /ifferent types, design fa#tors, air removal, performan#e #al#ulation. Cooling towers, -natural and me#hani#al draft types. (G) DIESEL AND GAS TURBINE PO\$ER PLANT: Classifi#ations, #omponents, sele#tion of engine type 4 gas turbine plant > #losed #y#le and open #y#le plants. ( ) NUCLEAR PO\$ER PLANT: %eneral nu#lear fuels used in rea#tors, elements of nu#lear rea#tor, moderator, #ontrol rods, #oolants, des#ription of different types of rea#tors. 9adiation ha4ards, radioa#tive waste disposal. (=) RENE\$ABLE ENERGY SOURCES: (olar energy6measurement, methods of utili4ation, flat plate and #on#entrating #olle#tors, water heater, air driers, photovoltai# #ell. 8ind energy - hori4ontal and verti#al types of wing generator. @ther plants* %eothermal plants, tidal power plant, biomass and biogas plants, @2!C plants. (I) PO\$ER PLANT ECONOMICS: ;lant load fa#tor and utili4ation fa#tor, #ost e#onomi#s > tariff rates, demand #hanges, load distributions. !nergy #onversion and audit. Maintenan#e aspe#ts of power plants. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. "rora ( C and /om1undwar (, 5;ower ;lant !ngineering6, /hanpat 9ai and (ons, ,ew /elhi, 2..-. 2. ,ag ; 3, 5;ower ;lant !ngineering6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . REFERENCES: -. 8a1il M M !l, 5;ower ;lant 2e#hnology6, M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Company &n#., ,ew /elhi, -?'G. 2. "r#hie8#ulp 7r, 6;rin#iples of !nergy Conversion6, M#%raw +ill 3oga1usha Ltd., 2o1yo -?B?. =. "sho1 C /esai, 5,on Conventional !nergy6, 8iley !astern Limited, ,ew /elhi, -??.. . ,agpal % 9, 5;ower ;lant !ngineering6, 3hanna ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, -??'. G. 9amalingam 3 3, 5;ower ;lant !ngineering6, (#ite#h ;ubli#ation ;vt. Ltd, 2..2

08M02I BIOGAS ENGINEERING 3003

INTRODUCTION* \$io-!nergy. @verview of biogas te#hnology. 2e#hni#al status of biogas te#hnology. !#onomi# viability of biogas te#hnology. /iffusion status of biogas te#hnology in developing #ountries. \$iogas te#hnology s#enario in &ndia. (I) MATERIALS FOR BIOMETHANATION AND PRODUCTS OF METHANATION * \$iomass and its availability. \$iodegradability. 9aw materials for biogas produ#tion and their #hara#teristi#s. Conversion prin#iples. :ermented slurry as fertiliser. (I) BIO6REACTORS* 2ypes of bio-rea#tors- Constant pressure type rea#tors, %anesh model, ;ragathi model, "stra model, 7wala biogas plant, \$at#h digester, Manawat digester, %erman designs, plasti# bag digesters, free fabri#ated steelFplasti# digesters, 2unnel type digester, Maya :arms model, Large :arm biogas plants, "naerobi# Conta#t rea#tors, "naerobi# :ilter rea#tors. (') DESIGN4 SELECTION4 CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF BIOGAS PLANTS * /esign of the digester. /esign based on !nd <se re)uirements. (#aling of biogas plants - %2D method - digester si4ing for a given end use devi#e effi#ien#y. @ptimal design -3C&C. /esign of fixed /ome type of digesters. Material estimate for fixed dome plants. (ele#tion of type and si4e of biogas rea#tors and their spe#ifi#ations. Constru#tional aspe#ts. @perational problems in biogas plants methods of improving plant produ#tivity. Measuring and test programs. (?) PURIFICATION4 SCRUBBING4 COMPRESSION AND STORAGE OF BIOGAS * ;roperties of +2(. @rigin of +2( in biogas plants. !ffe#t of +2( on biogas plant and devi#es. /etermination of + 2( #ontent in biogas. Methods for removing + 2( from biogas. ;ro#ess te#hni)ues. 9e)uirements of absorbent. /esulphurising apparatus. @peration pro#edures for desulphuri4ation. (#rubbing, storage, transportation. (') UTILISATION SYSTEMS OF BIOGAS * \$iogas as an alternative energy sour#e. \$iogas utili4ation. \$iogas burners. /esign of biogas burners. (tove models. Lighting mantles. \$iogas using stationary power plants. Mobile power plants. ;ollution #ontrol through anaerobi# digestion. (G) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S* -. ,iEaguna \$ 2, 5\$iogas 2e#hnology6, ,ew "ge &nternational ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2..2. 2. 3handelwal 3 C and Mahdi ( (, 5 \$iogas 2e#hnology, Col. &6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, -?'I. =. :ran1 (tephan, 5\$iogas 2e#hnology6, :a#hho#hs#hule 3oln +o#hs#hule, \$remerhaven, %ermany, -?'G. REFERENCES: -. +elmut Mu#heF+arald Dimmerman, 52he ;urifi#ation of \$iogas6, published by :riedr Cieweg and (ohn, %ermany, -?'G. 2. Ludwig (asse, 5\$iogas ;lants6, published by :riedr Cieweg and (ohn, %ermany, -?'G. =. (ingh 7 \$, 9eymond Myles and "nil /hussa, 5Manual on /eenabandhu \$iogas ;lant6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, -?'B. . 2ata !nergy 9esear#h &nstitute, 5:ixed /ome \$iogas ;lants, " design, Constru#tion and @peration Manual6, -?'B.

08M030 MODELING AND SIMULATION OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES

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INTRODUCTION: :irst law and se#ond law analysis, governing e)uation, #onservation of mass, momentum and energy. (G) COMBUSTION IN SI ENGINES: Combustion in premixed flames - stages of #ombustion, flame propagation, rate of pressure rise, #y#le-to-#y#le variation, abnormal #ombustion - theories, effe#t of engine operating variables on #ombustion. (I) COMBUSTION IN CI ENGINES: Combustion in diffusion flames - droplet and spray #ombustion theory, stages of #ombustion, delay period, pea1 pressure, heat release, gas temperature, diesel 1no#1. (I) MODELING OF IC ENGINES: +eat of rea#tion - +rp P <rp #al#ulations, adiabati#, #onstant volume #ombustion, #onstant pressure #ombustion, temperature drop due to fuel vapori4ation, adiabati# flame temperature, mean effe#tive pressure, tor)ue and thermal effi#ien#y at full throttle, part throttle and super#harged #onditions. (pray models, flow models and #ombustion models. (?) SIMULATION OF IC ENGINES: (& P C& engine simulation > air standard #y#le, fuel-air #y#le, progressive #ombustion #y#le and a#tual #y#le simulation > part throttle, full throttle and super#harged #onditions. (?) SIMULATION OF NE\$ ENGINE CONCEPTS: /ual fuel engine, "ow heat reEe#tion engine, lean burn engine, variable #ompression ratio engine, homogeneously #harged #ompression ignition engine, #ontrolled auto ignition engine. (B) To !" 42 REFERENCES: -. %anesan C, 5&nternal Combustion !ngineering6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Co., ,ew /elhi - 2..=. 2. %anesan C, 5Computer (imulation of (par1 &gnition !ngine ;ro#ess5, <niversities ;ress (&) Ltd, +yderabad, 2..-. =. +eywood 7 \$, 5&nternal Combustion !ngine :undamentals6 M#%raw +ill \$oo1 Co., <(" > 2..-. . %anesan C, 5Computer (imulation of Compression &gnition !ngine ;ro#ess6, <niversity ;ress (&) Ltd, +yderabad, -??I. G. 9amoss " L, NModeling of &nternal Combustion !ngines ;ro#essesN, M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Co., -??2. I. "shley Campbel, N2hermodynami# "nalysis of Combustion !nginesN, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew Aor1, -?'I. B. \$enson 9 (, whitehouse.,./., N&nternal Combustion !nginesN, ;aragon ;ress, oxford, -?B?. '. "shley ( Campbell, 52hermodynami# "nalysis of Combustion !ngines6, 7ohn 8iley and sons, -?'..

08M031 ADVANCED THEORY OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES 3003

CYCLE ANALYSIS: @perating #y#les of (.&. and C.&. engines and %as turbines - Comparison of "ir standard #y#le - :uel air #y#le and a#tual #y#le. (G) SPAR# IGNITION ENGINES: (par1 ignition !ngine mixture re)uirements - Carburetion > !le#troni# fuel &nEe#tion systems >single point and multipoint inEe#tion. (G) COMPRESSION IGNITION ENGINES: Me#hani#al &nEe#tion (ystem- /ire#t and indire#t inEe#tion systems - (uper#harging, 2urbo#harging (G) COMBUSTION OF FUELS: Combustion stoi#hiometry of petrol, diesel, al#ohol and hydrogen fuels - Chemi#al energy and heating values - Chemi#al e)uilibrium and maximum temperature - (& engine #ombustion - - (tages of #ombustion - ,ormal and "bnormal #ombustion-:a#tors affe#ting 1no#1 - Combustion Chambers. :lame velo#ity and area of flame front - C& engine #ombustion Combustion #hambers > :uel spray #hara#teristi#s - droplet si4e, penetration and atomi4ation. (?) ENGINE ELECTRONICS: !ngine Management system, Measurement of (peed, ;ressure, 2emperature, air flow, exhaust oxygen sensor. ( ) RECENT TRENDS: Learn \$urn !ngines - (tratified #harge !ngines > Low heat reEe#tion engines- %asoline /ire#t &nEe#tion !ngine +omogeneous #harge #ompression &gnition ( ) ENGINE EMISSION AND THEIR CONTROL: ;ollutant - (our#es and types > +C emission- C@ emission - formation of ,@x ;arti#ulate emissions > "ldehydes, sulphur, lead, phosphorus emission. Methods of #ontrolling !missions- 2hermal #onverters, Catalyti# #onverters and ;arti#ulate 2raps, !xhaust %as 9e#ir#ulation (!%9), Char#oal Canister. !mission measurements te#hni)ues and /riving #y#les. (-.) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 7ohn \$. +eywood, N &nternal Combustion !ngine :undamentals N, M#%raw +ill, -?''. 2. %anesan C, 5&nternal Combustion !ngines6, 2ata M#%raw +ill, 2..B. REFERENCES: -. Mathur 9 \$ and (harma 9 ;, N &nternal Combustion !ngines N, /hanpat 9ai publi#ations, 2.... 2. +ein4 +eisler, 5"dvan#ed !ngine 2e#hnology6, ("! &nteranmatinal , -??G. =. 9i#hard (tone, 5&ntrodu#tion to &nternal Combustion !ngines6 , ("! &nternational, -??? . /om1undwar and /om1undwar, 5&. C. !ngines6, /hanpat 9ai and (ons.

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08M032 GAS DYANAMICS AND SPACE PROPULSION 300 3

BASIC CONCEPTS AND ISENTROPIC FLO\$S : !nergy and momentum e)uations of #ompressible fluid flows - (tagnation states, Ma#h waves and Ma#h #one >!ffe#t of Ma#h number on #ompressibility - &sentropi# flow through variable area du#ts - ,o44le and /iffusers ><se of %as tables. (?) FLO\$ THROUGH DUCTS: :low through #onstant area du#ts with heat transfer (9ayleigh flow) and :ri#tion (:anno flow) - Cariation of flow properties - <se of tables and #harts - %eneralised gas dynami#s. (?) NORMAL AND OBLIQUE SHOC#S: %overning e)uations - Cariation of flow parameters a#ross the normal and obli)ue sho#1s ;randtl > Meyer relations - <se of table and #harts - "ppli#ations. (?) 'ET PROPULSION : 2heory of Eet propulsion - 2hrust e)uation - 2hrust power and propulsive effi#ien#y - @peration prin#iple, #y#le analysis and use of stagnation state performan#e of ram Eet, turboEet, turbofan and turbo prop engines > "ir#raft #ombustors. (?) SPACE PROPULSION: 2ypes of ro#1et engines - ;ropellants - &gnition and #ombustion - 2heory of ro#1et propulsion > ;erforman#e study - (taging - 2erminal and #hara#teristi# velo#ity - "ppli#ations - (pa#e flights. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. Aahya ( M N :undamentals of Compressible :low N, ,ew "ge &nternational (;) Limited, ,ew /elhi, -??I. REFERENCES: -. +ill ; and ;eterson C, N Me#hani#s and 2hermodynami#s of ;ropulsion N, "ddison 8esley ;ublishing Company, -??2. 2. Du#row , 7 N "ir#raft and Missile ;ropulsion, Col. & and && N, 7ohn 8iley , -?BG. =. Du#row , 7 N ;rin#iples of 7et ;ropulsion and %as 2urbines N, 7ohn 8iley, ,ew Aor1, -?B.. . Cohen + , 9ogers % ! C and (aravanamuttoo, N %as 2urbine 2heory N, Longman %roup Ltd., -?'.. G. (utton % ;, N9o#1et ;ropulsion !lements N, 7ohn 8iley, -?'I, ,ew Aor1. I. (hapiro " +, N /ynami#s and 2hermodynami#s of Compressible :luid :low Col.1l N,7ohn 8iley , -?G=, ,ew Aor1. B. %anesan C, N %as 2urbines N, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Co., ,ew /elhi, -???. '. 2homas ! Collman, Clay 8hybar1 /, 5Manufa#turing ;lanning "nd Control :or (upply Chain Management6, 2ata M#graw-+ill, :ifth !dtition, 2..G. ?. !dward \$ Magrab, \$ala1umar \$ala#handran,5Cibrations6, 2homson Learning, 2..G. -.. (hridhara \$hat 3, 58orld Class Manufa#turing6, +imalaya \$ublishing +ouse, 2..B --. +ans Canohain and 7a#1 / Mattingly, 6!lements of %as 2urbine ;ropulsion6, 2M+.

08M033 REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING 3003

REFRIGERATION: ;rin#iples, ideal #y#le, \$el, Coleman and \$oot strap air #y#les, C@; #al#ulations. 9efrigerants > !C@ friendly refrigerants. (I) VAPOUR COMPRESSION SYSTEM: 2hermodynami# analysis, performan#e of system under varying operating #onditions, #as#ade refrigeration, multistage refrigeration wor1ing prin#iples. (I) VAPOUR ABSORPTION AND OTHER SYSTEMS: "mmonia - water system, Lithium \$romide > water system. use of enthalpy > #on#entration #harts, steam Eet refrigeration and solar refrigeration systems. (I) AIR CONDITIONING: ;sy#hrometry, psy#hrometer, psy#hometri# pro#esses, air #onditioning #y#les, #ooling and reheat #y#les, by-pass fa#tor > humidifi#ation. (I) COOLING LOAD: !ffe#tive temperature, #omfort #onditions, sensible heat fa#tor ratio, number of air #hanges, #oolingFheating load #al#ulations. (I) DUCT DESIGN AND AIR DISTRIBUTION: #onditioning systems #ontrol. Considerations, methods of du#t design air distribution systems, fans and air (I)

BALANCING OF COMPONENTS: Condensers, air #ooled, water #ooled and evaporative #ondensers, sele#tion, evaporates > flooded, dry expansion , shell and tube and double pipe, #ompressors > re#ipro#ating, rotary and #entrifugal types. !xpansion devi#es, #ooling towers. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. Manohar ;rasad, 59efrigeration and "ir Conditioning6 8iley !astem Limited, -?'=. REFERENCES: -. "rora (.C. and /om1undwar (., 59efrigeration and "ir#onditioning6, /hanpat 9ai and (ons, ,ew /elhi, -??B.

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(to#1er, 59efrigeration and "ir Conditioning0, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Company LtdN, -?'-. 9oy 7 /ossat, 5;rin#iples of 9efrigeration6 ( & Cersion, 8iley !asten Limited , -?'G.

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 08M03I LEAN MANUFACTURING 3003

INTRODUCTION* @bEe#tives of lean manufa#turing-1ey prin#iples and impli#ations of lean manufa#turing- 2raditional Cs lean manufa#turing > Lean benefits. (G) LEAN MANUFACTURING CONCEPTS: Calue #reation and waste elimination- MaEor 1inds of waste- pull produ#tion-different models of pull produ#tion-#ontinuous flow-#ontinuous improvement F 3ai4en- 8or1er involvement. (G) GROUP TECHNOLOGY: ;art family- ;rodu#tion flow analysis > Composite part #on#ept > Ma#hine #ell design -Case studies. (G)

LEAN MANUFACTURING TOOLS E METHODOLOGIES: (tandard wor1 -#ommuni#ation of standard wor1 to employees -standard wor1 and flexibility -visual #ontrols-)uality at the sour#e- G( prin#iples -preventive maintenan#e-total )uality management-total produ#tive maintenan#e -#hangeoverFsetup time -bat#h si4e redu#tion. (') VALUE STREAM MAPPING: 2he as-is diagram-the future state map-appli#ation to the fa#tory simulation s#enario-line balan#ing -po1e yo1a-3anban > overall e)uipment effe#tiveness. (I) 'UST IN TIME MANUFACTURING: &ntrodu#tion - elements of 7&2 - 3anban system. IMPLEMENTING LEAN: 9oad map6senior management &nvolvement-best pra#ti#es. (I) ( )

RECONCILING LEAN \$ITH OTHER SYSTEMS: 2oyota produ#tion system-lean six sigma-lean and !9;-lean with &(@?..-* 2... (=) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. Mi#hael L %eorge, /avid 2 9owlands, \$ill 3astle, 58hat is Lean (ix (igma6, M#%raw-+ill, ,ew Aor1, 2.. . 2. "s1in 9 % and %oldberg 7 \$, 5/esign and "nalysis of Lean ;rodu#tion (ystems6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons &n#., 2..=. 3. Mi#heal 8ader, 5Lean 2ools* " ;o#1et guide to &mplementing Lean ;ra#ti#es6, ;rodu#tivity and Juality ;ublishing ;vt Ltd, 2..2. . 3eni#hi (e1ine, 5@ne-pie#e flow6, ;rodu#tivity ;ress, ;ortland, @regon, -??2. REFERENCES: -. 7oseph " /e :eo, 8illiam 8 \$earnard 5 7uran &nstitute0s (ix (igma \$rea1 2hrough and \$eyond6, 2ata M#%raw-+ill !dition, ,ew /elhi, 2.. . 2. 9i#hard \$ Chase :. 9obert 7a#obs and ,i#holas 7 ")uilano, 5@perations Management for Competitive "dvantage6, M#%raw+illF&rwinL 2enth !dition, 2..=. =. ;o1a - Ao1e, N&mproving ;rodu#t Juality by ;reventing /efe#tsN, ;rodu#tivity ;ress, -??2. . "lan 9obinson 5Continuous &mprovement in @perations6, ;rodu#tivity ;ress, ;ortland, @regon, -??-.

08M040 VALUE ANALYSIS AND VALUE ENGINEERING 3003

CONCEPTS* &ntrodu#tion > status of C! in &ndia and origin #ountry > impa#t of C! appli#ation > types of values > types of fun#tion > fun#tion identifi#ation on produ#t > fun#tion matrix > fun#tion analysis > elements of #osts > #al#ulation of #osts > #ost allo#ation to fun#tion > evaluation of worth in C! methodology. (--) TECHNIQUES: %eneral te#hni)ues* brain storming > godson feasibility ran1ing > morphologi#al analysis > "\$C analysis > probability approa#h > ma1e or buy. :un#tion > #ost-worth analysis > fun#tion analysis > system te#hni)ues > fun#tion analysis matrix > #ustomer oriented :"(2 diagram > fire alarm > Langrange plan > evaluation methods > matrix in evaluation > brea1 even analysis. (--) VALUE ENGINEERING IN 'OB PLAN: @rientation phase > information phase > fun#tional analysis > #reative phase > evaluation phase > re#ommendation phase > implementation phase > audit phase. (--) CASE STUDIES: 8ater treatment plant > engineering management, automobile, hospital. pump #omponent, motor #omponent, wet grinder, (?) To !" 42

TEXT BOO#S: -. Mu1hophadhyaya " 3, 5Calue !ngineering6, (age ;ubli#ations ;vt. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..=. 2. 9i#hard 7 ;ar1, 5Calue !ngineering > " plan for inventions6, (t.Lu#ie ;ress, London, -??'.

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REFERENCES: -. Larry 8 Dimmesman. ; ! , 5C! >" ;ra#ti#al approa#h for owners designers and #ontra#tors6, C\$( ;ublishers, /elhi, -??2 2. "rthus ! Mudge, 5Calue !ngineering6, M#%raw +ill boo1 #ompany, -?B-

08M041 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

("lso #ommon with .';.-B)

3003
INTRODUCTION TO SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: /efinition, global optimi4ation, obEe#tives of (CM. data #olle#tion, model and data elevation, solution te#hni)ues. Logisti#s networ1s(B)

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: &ntrodu#tion, single warehouse, &nventory examples, e#onomi# lot si4e model, effe#t of demand un#ertainty. 9is1 pooling, #entrali4ed and de#entrali4ed system, managing inventory in the supply #hain, fore#asting. (B) VALUE OF INFORMATION: \$ullwhip effe#t, information and supply #hain te#hnology. (upply #hain integration- push, pull and push-pull system. /emand driven strategies, impa#t of internet on (CM, distribution strategies. (B) STRATEGIC ALLIANCES: :ramewor1 for strategi# allian#e, third party logisti#s, retailer, supplies partnership, distributorintegration, pro#urement and out servi#ing strategies. (B) INTERNATIONAL ISSUES IN SCM: &ntrodu#tion, ris1s and advantages- design for logisti#s, supplies integration into to new produ#t development, mass #ustomi4ation. &ssues in #ustomer value. (B) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR SCM: %oals, standardi4ation, infrastru#ture, /(( for supply #hain management. (B) To !" 42

TEXT BOO#: -. (im#hi > Levi /avi, 3amins1y ;hilip and (im#hi-Levi !dith, 5/esigning and Managing the (upply Chain6, 2ata M.%raw- +ill ;ublishing Company Ltd, ,ew /elhi, 2..=.

08M042 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND APPLIED ERGONOMICS 3 003

INTRODUCTION: /efinition, human te#hnologi#al system, multidis#iplinary engineering approa#h, human>ma#hine system, manual, me#hani#al, automated system, human system reliability, #on#eptual design, advan#ed development, detailed design and development. (I) INFORMATION INPUT* &nput and pro#essing, text, graphi#s, symbols, #odes, visual display of dynami# information, auditory, ta#tual, olfa#tory displays, spee#h #ommuni#ations. (G) HUMAN OUTPUT AND CONTROL: ;hysi#al wor1, manual material handling, motor s1ill, human #ontrol of systems, #ontrols and data entry devi#es, hand tools and devi#es. (G) \$OR#PLACE DESIGN: "pplied anthropometry, wor1spa#e design and seating, arrangement of #omponents within a physi#al spa#e, interpersonal aspe#ts of wor1 pla#e design, design of repetitive tas1, design of manual handling tas1, wor1 #apa#ity, stress, fatigue. (I) ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS* &llumination, #limate, noise, motion, sound, vibration, #olour and aestheti# #on#epts. (G)

BIOMECHANICS : \$iostati# me#hani#s, stati#s of rigid bodies, biodynami# me#hani#s, human body 1inemati#s, 1ineti#s, impa#t and #ollision. (G) BIOTHERMODYNAMICS AND BIOENERGEITICS * \$iothermal fundamentals, human operator heat transfer, human system bioenergeti#s, thermoregulatory physiology, human operator thermo regularity, passive operator, a#tive operator, heat stress. (G) HUMAN FACTORS APPLICATIONS* +uman error, a##idents, human fa#tors and the automobile, organi4ational and so#ial aspe#ts, steps a##ording to &(@F/&(I='G, @(+"0s approa#h, virtual environments. (G) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#: -. Chandler "llen ;hillips, 5+uman :a#tors !ngineering6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew Aor1, 2.... REFERENCES: -. \$ridger 9 (, 5&ntrodu#tion to !rgonomi#s6, 2aylor and :ran#is, London, 2..=. 2. Mayall 8 +, 5&ndustrial /esign for !ngineers6, London &L&::!! \$oo1s Ltd., <3, -??'. =. Mar1 ( (anders, 5+uman :a#tors in !ngineering and /esign6, M#%raw +ill, ,ew Aor1, -??=.

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08M043 PROCESS PLANNING AND COST ESTIMATION

("lso #ommon with .'".. )

3003
PROCESS PLANNING- &ntrodu#tion- ;la#e of pro#ess planning-e#onomi#s- ;ro#ess P ;rodu#tion ;lanning, ;ro#ess ;lanning P Con#urrent !ngineering-2ypes of produ#tion- standardi4ation- ;rodu#tion design P sele#tion. ( ) DESIGN AND CONCEPTS OF PROCESS PLAN* (ele#tion of pro#esses, tools, #utting parameters P ma#hine tools- 7igs and :ixtures - %rouping of pro#esses- (e)uen#ing of operations- (ele#ting primary manufa#turing pro#esses for rough P refined needs;ro#ess #apability, ;ro#ess Charts. (G) MANUAL AND COMPUTER AIDED PROCESS PLANNING * 9etrieval typeFvariant approa#h, group te#hnology > generative approa#h, logi#s de#ision tress and tables, axiomati# approa#h > "& expert systems > feature re#ognition > appli#ations. (I) ESTIMATING AND COSTING: Con#epts, differen#es, different #osting methods > #lassifi#ation of #osts > #ost grid-problems ( )

DIRECT AND INDIRECT COST COMPONENTS * Labour #ost>dire#t, indire#t>estimation>labour norms>time study rating > labour #ost varian#esL material #ost>dire#t, indire#t>estimation>material issue valuation > material #ost varian#es>problems. @verhead #ost - !lements > fa#tory, administrative, sales and distribution expenses>methods of absorbing overheads > /ire#t Labour, /ire#t Material, Ma#hine +our 9ate methods > depre#iation > methods >a##ounting for servi#e department expenses > problems. (B) COST CALCULATIONS: Ma#hined #omponents>welded #omponents, forged #omponents, powder metallurgy parts, #al#ulation of sales #ost, #ase studies, use of #omputers in #ost estimation, #ost of reEe#tion. @;2&M<M M"C+&,&,% C@,/&2&@,(* 2aylor0s e)uation, deriving the e)uation for optimum e#onomi# #utting velo#ity> sele#tion of #utting speed for optimum #ost, problems pro#ess #apability analysis. (') BREA# EVEN ANALYSIS: Con#ept, ma1e or buy de#ision, assumptions, merits and demerits of brea1 even analysis. "ppli#ations. Linear, multi produ#t brea1-even analysis. ( ) COST MANAGEMENT: : Learning #urves, produ#t life #y#le #ost analysis -2ools and te#hni)ues>a#tivity based #osting #on#epts, #ost driversL introdu#tion to target #osting - need and appli#ations. ( ) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. 3annappan /, 5Me#hani#al !stimating and Costing6, 2ata M#%raw +ill ;ublishing Co. Ltd., ,ew /elhi, 2..=. 2. 3esavon 9 and others, 5;ro#ess ;lanning and Cost !stimation6, ,ew "ge &nternational (;) Ltd., Chennai, 2..G. =. . \$anga 2 9 and (harma ( C, 5Me#hani#al !stimating and Costing6, 3hanna ;ublishers, ,ew /elhi, 2..2. :rederi# C 7elen and 7ames + \$la#1, 5Cost and @ptimi4ation !ngineering6, M#%raw +ill &nternational \$oo1 Company, ,ew /elhi, -?'=

REFERENCES: -. 2homas !.Collmann et all, 5 Manufa#turing ;lanning and Control (ystems 5, %algotia ;ubli#ations (;)Ltd., /elhi-2,-??'. 2. %ideon +alevi and 9oland /.8eill,6 ;rin#iples of ;ro#ess ;lanning 5, C+";M", P +"LL,<3,-??G. =. (amuel !ilon, 5!lements of ;rodu#tion ;lanning and Control6, Ma#Millan, London, -?'G. . +aslehurst M, 5Manufa#turing 2e#hnology6, !L\$(, -?'G. G. "(M!, 5Manufa#turing ;lanning and !stimation-+and \$oo16, M#%raw +ill, &n#., ,ew /elhi, -?I=.

08M044 OPTIMI5ATION TECHNIQUES 3003

INTRODUCTION: !ngineering appli#ations, statement of an optimi4ation problem, #lassifi#ation, formulation of optimi4ation models with simple examples. (I) NON6 LINEAR PROGRAMMING: @ne dimensional minimi4ation-elimination and interpolation methods > :ibona##i, %olden (e#tion, Juadrati# &nterpolation Methods, un#onstrained optimi4ation-dire#t sear#h > <nivariate and +oo1s and 7eeves ;attern (ear#h Methods - des#ent methods > (teepest /es#ent and ,ewton Methods. (I) CONSTRAINED OPTIMI5ATION: Lagrangean method and 3hun-2u#1er #onditions, dire#t > (e)uential Linear ;rogramming and indire#t methods > ;enalty fun#tion method, design of ma#hine elements for minimum #ost and maximum output - optimum design of springs, shafts, gears, et#. (I) NET\$OR# OPTIMI5ATION MODELS* 2erminology of ,etwor1s > 2he shortest route problem > 2he minimum spanning tree problem > 2he maximum flow problem > 2he minimum #ost flow problem > 2he networ1 simplex method. (I) DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING: Multistage de#ision pro#ess, prin#iple of optimality, algorithms, appli#ation to design. INTEGER PROGRAMMING: "lgorithms and appli#ations, %raphi#al method, the bran#h and bound te#hni)ue (I) (I)

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NON6 TRADITIONAL OPTIMI5ATION ALGORITHMS: %eneti# algorithms- wor1ing prin#iple, differen#e and similarities between %"s and traditional methods, %"s for #onstrained optimi4ation. ,eural networ1, simulated annealing approa#h-(introdu#tion only). (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. (ingiresu ( 9ao, 5!ngineering @ptimi4ation* 2heory and ;ra#ti#e6, 8iley-&nters#ien#e, 2hird !dition, -??I. 2. (tephen % ,ash and (ofer ", 5Linear and ,onlinear ;rogramming6, M#%raw-+ill &nternational !dition, -??I. REFERENCES: -. 3alyanmoy /eb, 5@ptimi4ation for engineering design6, ;renti#e +all, ,ew /elhi, 2.... 2. 7ohnson 9ay C, 5@ptimum /esign for Me#hani#al elements6, 7ohn 8iley and (ons, ,ew Aor1, -??.. =. %oldberg / !, 5%eneti# "lgorithms (ear#h, @ptimi4ation and Ma#hine6, \$arnen. "ddison 8esley, ,ew Aor1, -?'?.

08M04% QUALITY ENGINEERING 3 003

CONCEPT OF QUALITY ENGINEERING: Juality value and engineering- overall )uality system-)uality engineering in produ#t design - )uality engineering in design of produ#tion pro#esses - )uality engineering in produ#tion - )uality engineering in servi#e. (I) LOSS FUNCTION: /erivation >use-loss fun#tion for produ#tsFsystem- Eustifi#ation of improvements- loss fun#tion and inspe#tion)uality evaluations and toleran#es-, type, ( type, L type. (I) ON6LINE QUALITY CONTROL: @n-line feedba#1 )uality #ontrol variable #hara#teristi#s-#ontrol with measurement interval- one unit, multiple units-#ontrol systems for lot and bat#h produ#tion. (I) @n-line pro#ess parameter #ontrol variable #hara#teristi#s- pro#ess parameter toleran#es- feedba#1 #ontrol systems- measurement error and pro#ess #ontrol parameters. (I) ON6LINE QUALITY CONTROL ATTRIBUTES CHARACTERISTICS: Che#1ing intervals- fre)uen#y of pro#ess diagnosis. (I)

ON6LINE QUALITY CONTROL METHODS FOR PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS: ;rodu#tion pro#ess improvement method- pro#ess diagnosis improvement method- pro#ess adEustment and re#overy improvement methods. (I) QUALITY ENGINEERING AND TPM: ;reventive maintenan#e s#hedules- ;M s#hedules for fun#tional #hara#teristi#s- ;M s#hedules for large s#ale systems. Juality tools>fault tree analysis, event tree analysis, failure mode and effe#t analysis. &(@ )uality systems. (I) To !" 42 TEXT BOO#S: -. /e :eo 7 " and \$arnard 8 8, 5(ix (igma* \$rea1trough and \$eyond6, 2ata M#%raw-+ill, ,ew /elhi, 2..G. 2. ;y4de1 2 and \$erger 9 8, 5Juality !ngineering +andboo16, 2ata-M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, -??I. =. 2agu#hi %, !lsayed ! " and +siang, 2.C.,6Juality !ngineering in ;rodu#tion (ystems6, M#-%raw-+ill \$oo1 #ompany, (ingapore, &nternational !dition, -?'?. REFERENCES: -. 3anis1a \$edi, 5Juality Management6 @xford <niversity ;ress, Chennai, 2..B. 2. \$rue %, 5(ix (igma for Managers6, 2ata-M#%raw +ill, ,ew /elhi, (e#ond reprint, 2..2.

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08M100 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING I

(MANUFACTURING ORGANI5ATION 6 STRUCTURE AND OPERATIONS+
0 0 1% 4 &ndustry organi4ation stru#ture, safety and environment needs plant layout - list of ma#hine tools -spe#ifi#ations-operation done on ea#h ma#hine tool - #onstru#tional arrangements of ma#hine tools various wor1 holding and tool holding methods types of #utting tools used >hand tools - type of #omponent and material of the #omponent organi4ational stru#tures > industrial safety > sales and mar1eting > maintenan#e > power distribution. To !" 210

08M200 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING II

(COMPONENT MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES+
0 0 1% 8 (tudy of #omponents used in lathes, pumps, motors along with needed ma#hine tools, gauges- fun#tions > materials and its importan#e - study of #omponents drawings > se)uen#e of operations > #utting parameters > #utting tools > geometry of #utting tools > hand tools - gauges and instruments used and the appli#ations > wor1 holding and tool holding methods > Eigs and fixtures > Eob setting pro#edures > assembling pro#edures > se)uen#e of assembling for pumps, motors and Lathes. To !" 210

08M300 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING III

(PROCESS ENGINEERING AND ASSEMBLY TECHNOLOGIES+
0 0 1% 12 Ma#hining, assembly and pro#ess engineering - preparation of pro#ess sheets for spur gear - heli#al gear - spro#1ets - worm - worm wheel and ra#1 - se)uen#e of operations > ma#hine tools used - speed and feed in ea#h type of ma#hine tool-setting time operating time -#utting tools - 7igs and fixtures - gauges and instruments - study of assembly method for #onventional lathe, pre assembly, sub-assembly and final assembly -study of assembly drawings - preparation of ration of loading sheets - assembly flow #hart - assembly time - fits and toleran#e between #omponents - inspe#tion methods > material flow diagrams. To !" 210

08M400 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING IV

(INSPECTION AND TESTING OF MECHANICAL ASSEMBLIES+
0 0 1% 8 &nspe#tion and testing of lathes, pumps and motors - \$&( spe#ifi#ation for motors and pump sets - list of testing instrument fun#tions - foot mounting motor dimensions as per &(* -2=- - importan#e of name plate and identifi#ation of name plate details trouble shooting of indu#tion motors - type of routine test of indu#tion motor as per &( * BG=' (;erforman#e Cal#ulations) -) Measurement of stator resistan#e 2) +igh voltage test =) Measurement of insulation resistan#e ) 9edu#ed voltage test G) ,o load test I) :ull load test B) Lo#1ed rotor test ') (tarting tor)ue and starting #urrent ?) ;ull up tor)ue -.) ;ull out tor)ue --) Momentary over load test -2) 2emperature rise test - :inal inspe#tion and testing for #onventional lathes - 2est #harts - &nspe#tion of the ma#hine tool for \$&( and &M2M" standard - Cutting test - Method of inspe#tion testing - %auges and instruments re)uired "##ura#y re)uirements - /eviation observed - (tudy of inspe#tion methods and preparation of inspe#tion format for lathe bed +ead sto#1 body - 2ail sto#1 body - "pron body - 2hreading and feed box - %ear box - +ead sto#1 spindle - 2ail sto#1 spindle - %ear - Lead s#rew - :eed shaft - (pine shaft. > !xposure to metrologi#al aspe#ts of #omponents used for lathes, pumps and motors. To !" 210

08M%00 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING V

(PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY SYSTEMS+
0 0 1% 12

2otal produ#t 1nowledge, reverse engineering and )uality system s1ill (Mini ;roEe#t- &), /etailed #onstru#tional 1nowledge of produ#t assembly, sub assembly, #omponents, (e)uential assembly and disassembly pro#edure, #apturing of all geometri#al dimensions, drawings, toleran#es, fits, form error, material of #onstru#tion and to understand the produ#t development s1ills for lathes, drilling ma#hines, submersible pumps, mono blo#1 pumpsP ele#tri# motors - Comparison of design #onstru#tion of other ma1es for above produ#ts and analysis -2o develop any new produ#t with innovation P #reativity -9eport preparation, presentation and evaluation -"wareness of 2JM, &(@?..., &(@- ... and other standards et#. - ;ro#ess #apability studies > 9eEe#tion analysis > (ix sigma appli#ations > Calibration needs > Calibration authorities > 9e#ords > Charts > "ppli#ations > :orm error understanding and verifi#ation- Case studies in )uality systems. To !" 210

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08M300 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING VI

(DESIGN AND PRODUCTION OF CASTINGS+
0 0 1% 8 :oundry pra#ti#e, design 1nowledge of patterns, Moulds, Cores (Mini ;roEe#t > &&), Layout, ;attern shop - (and plant - Ma#hine moulding - Core shop - +eavy moulding > furna#es -melting-1no#1-out and shot blasting - fettling -(tudy of various #asting designsMetallurgy -&nspe#tion-(emi "utomation pro#esses-(and re#lamations-;reservations-9ough Ma#hining-Carious allowan#esMethod !ngineering-Computational appli#ations-;lanning P (#heduling-Costing-Cleanliness-@rderliness-!nvironmental re)uirements-(afety needs-!nergy Conservations-\$io Mass ;ower %enerators-/&(" Ma#hine operations-Material +andling te#hni)ues-Case studies for few sele#ted #asting to understand steps to design plan right from pattern to finish #asting. &nspe#tion of #asting, #asting defe#ts and remedies, #ause and effe#ts diagram, 9eEe#tion analysis. To !" 210

08M900 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING VII

(MANAGERIAL S#ILLS4 CREATIVITY4 SOFT S#ILLS4 HRM+
0 0 1% 8

Managerial s1ills, soft s1ills and +9M, %eneration of #reative and innovative ideas, (8@2 analysis !xe#utive (1ills-%roup /is#ussions-Communi#ation (1ills-;roEe#t 9eport preparation methods-:o#us on #ustomer needs-Cisual Management(#heduling systems-Maintenan#e Management-Cendor /evelopments-Model ;reparations-;rodu#tion, ;lanning P Controls(torage P &nventory Management-(upply Chain Management-Lean Methods-8astage &dentifi#ations- !)uipment <p 2ime3ai4en P Lean ;ra#ti#es, human 9esour#e Management (1ills-&nnovation P "daptation (1ills- Creative (1ills- ;atent 9ight 1nowledge-Competitive (1ills- &nterview fo#using s1ills- ;rodu#t /evelopment (1ills- 9everse !ngineering (1ills- Con#urrent !ngineering (1ills-;rototyping (1ills-Costing (1ills- "naly4ing (1ills- Mar1etability "nalysis (1ills. To !" 210

08M800 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING VIII

(INDUSTRIAL VISITS AND COLLOQUIUM I+
0 0 1% 4 &ndustrial profile - ;rodu#t range - Catalogue - &nfrastru#ture - 2urn over - Juality system - Labor for#e - &ndustrial stru#ture Lo#ation - Layout - &(@ ?... and other standards - Material handling system - 9 P / - ;rodu#t development - Manufa#turing system - "dvan#ed )uality systems - 2ypes of industry -) "uto mobile 2) :oundry =) (teel ) Cement G) Ma#hining I) :orging B) :abri#ation ') !le#tri#al. -&ndustry Le#ture-(eminars-Jui4 programmes. 2raining at external industries. To !" 210

08MI00 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING IX

(INDUSTRIAL VISIT AND COLLOQUIUM II+
0 0 1% 4 Cisiting external industries and a#)uiring 1nowledge about the following produ#tivity enhan#ement te#hni)ues* :o#us on #ustomer > Cisual management > (#heduling system > Maintenan#e management > Model preparation > Cendor development > ;rodu#tion planning and #ontrol > (torage and inventory management - (upply #hain management, 3anban systems > Layout and material handling system > @rderliness > (afety and environment > !)uipment uptime- (tudy and appli#ation of 3"&D!,, Lean pra#ti#es, Calue (tream Mapping, Calue engineering, Dero defe#ts, 8astage identifi#ation, ;rodu#tivity improvement, Continuous ;rodu#tivity improvement > 9everse engineering > ;o1a-Ao1e, &(@ system needs, 3nowledge on 2JM, 2;M and appli#ations. (2raining partially at ;(% && and partly at other external industries). To !" 210

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