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MLR

Institute of Technology
Laxman Reddy Avenue, Dundigal Police Station Road,
Gandimysamma XRoad, Quthbullapur (M), R.R. Dist - 500 043.
Ph: 08418 204066, 204088
www.mlrinstitutions.ac.in
Email: principal@mlrinstitutions.ac.in

COURSE FILE
: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Subject

Academic Year : 2014-15

Name of the Faculty : M.VENKATESWAR REDDY


Department

: Mechanical Engineering

Branch & Year

: Mechanical II-II SEM

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

INDEX
COURSE FILE
S. No.

Topic
I.

Page No.

Instruction for the Maintenance of the Course File

II. Standard Operating Procedure (Sop) on Preparation of Class Notes


1

Syllabus

Objective and Matching with outcomes

Target

Session Planner

Syllabus coverage

Time Table
a) Lecture wise handwritten class notes
b) Two Micro projects per subject pertaining to those Core subjects which are applied to
build real-time projects. One micro project by Jan and other by Feb 2015 or earlier. All
micro projects to be completed by 15 th Apr 2015 or earlier. These projects will be done
by students in a group of 3-4 students during their studies in II-Semester.
(or)
c) A minimum of two Practical models/ Mathematical models/Practical Orientation/realtime application demonstration per subject to explain the difficult and important
concepts for those Core subjects which are not amenable for micro projects.
NPTEL Link for each unit, if applicable
Application of Bloom Taxonomy. Minimum of one example related to first three levels
i.e. Knowledge/remember, Comprehension / Understanding and Apply / Application for
each unit, on the same topic.
List of weak students and Remedial action
a. weak students as per JNTU Result
b. weak students as per MID-term Test Result
c. Remedial action
Mid Term Test, Quality and Evaluation

8
9

10
11
12

15

Assignments/Class Test Questions with Answers


Tutorial: Five questions with answer. Tutorial question shall pertain to problem solving.
Emphasis be on Gate Questions.
Question Bank/Papers
a. Subjective unit wise (5 descriptive questions with answers preparation per unit
(02 Theory based & 03 Problematic based).
b. Objective unit wise (10 objective bits with answers)
c. For Core subjects, two to three solved problem (objective types) pertaining to
important concepts which relate to GATE, Competitive exam and Placement
Questions. A minimum of 20 bits for each unit. Reference be made to GATE
(year), Competitive exam (name) and Placement Questions (Company).
Sample Assignments/ Class Test

16

List of outcomes

17

Task Table

13

14

Note: 1. Subjective questions may refer to the class notes material, but shall clearly
mention the Lecture no. and the page no. of the class notes.
2. Tutorial questions may be related to the three problems solved as per srl no. 14 (a)
and two new problems.

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


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I.

INSTRUCTION FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE COURSE FILE:


1. Order the course file as per the index and keep it neat and clean.
2. Complete the formats which have been supplied as part of course file.
3. The items listed in the index, but not supplied have to be prepared by you and placed in the
course file.
4. Prepare hand written class notes as per the standard operating procedure (SOP) given at
structure II.
5. Put up the course file for the verification of the HOD once in a fortnightly and take his
signature on the HOD Review format.
6. Course file will be audited for quality checks by outside experts and as such be in perfect
order for inspection at any time.
7. Plan Session Planner 60 periods / semester and 120 periods I-B.Tech.
8. Handover the course file to the HOD at the end of the semester or at the time of relieving
from the college.

II.

STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE (SOP) ON PREPARATIO


OF
CLASS NOTES:

1. INTRODUCTION.

The Class Notes are the most Valuable Course Material and bear the stamp of the faculty
reflecting his attitude towards the profession of teaching. The Class Notes provide confidence to
the faculty to deliver the subject matter in a systematic and effective way thus improving the
Teaching-Learning Process. It is pertinent that each and every faculty member shall prepare the
Class Notes for the subjects allocated to them.
2. PROCEDURE.
The procedure is described in succeeding paragraphs.
3. FRAME WORK: The Frame Work is given below:
JNTU Syllabus
|
Text books, Reference Books and down loaded Material
|
Compilation of Session Planner (56 to 64 Lessons)
|
Preparation of Class Notes
4. PREPARATION OF SESSION PLANNER: The step by step procedure as described will
be followed to prepare the Session Planner.
a) A copy of the JNTU Syllabus relevant to his/her theory subject will be collected by the
nominated faculty of the subject
b) Text Books and Reference Books mentioned in the syllabus will be gone through by the
concerned faculty to gather information that which chapter(s) of these books are relevant
for each Unit of the Syllabus. Faculty may also refer to other relevant material including
downloaded for this purpose.
c) Each Unit will be divided in to Sessions as per JNTU Syllabus such that it can be covered
in a period of 50 minutes.
d) The Session Planner limiting to 56 to 64 Lessons will be prepared as per the enclosed
format given below.

Session Planner
S.
No
1
2
3

Unit
No

Class

Topic

Text/Ref
book

Chapter
No

Date
Planned

Date
Conducted

64
e) The Session Planner will be pasted in the Attendance Register
5. COMPILATION OF CLASS NOTES: The class Notes will be compiled by the faculty
members the faculty members should take it as a challenge to prepare their lecture notes .He has
to refer as many books as possible, his own class notes which is prepared previously for his
reference and use, discuss with his peers, colleagues, seniors etc. The lecture notes prepared by
the faculty should be complete in all the respects and should attract the appreciation, acclodes
and satisfactory comments from every section of the people who refers the lecture notes. It also
helps the faculty members as a standard book for his reference and delivering lectures at any
time. Hence faculty members are advised to take utmost care in preparing lecture notes after
studying the text book, reference book and other relevant material available with him/her. The
guidelines related to the format and not the content are given below:
a) Class Notes will be prepared by the faculty Lesson-Wise on A4 paper.
b) The text of the Lesson will be Hand written by the faculty and will describe the matter
maximum in point (bullet) format.
c) Each Lesson will include the course material relating to the topic mentioned in the
Session Planner. The no. of pages of material for each session be limited so that it can be
covered in 50 minutes. However, a minimum of one page material will be prepared for
one session. The material may be supported with handouts/OHP/PPT slides.
d) Each topic should be explained with reference to the following problem.
i. Definition
ii. Figures, Flowcharts, Block Diagrams, Tables
iii.
Derivations, Mathematical Expressions and Graphs
iv. Examples
v. Applications
vi. Problems (with solutions)

e) The format of the Class Notes is given below.


Subject:
Faculty:
Topic:

Class Notes

Hand Written Notes

Unit No:
Lecture No:
Link to Session
Planner (SP):S.No.of SP
Date Conducted:
Page No:

6. CONCLUSION: The preparation of Class Notes is the most important step towards the
implementation of effective Teaching-Learning Process. It must be noted the Class Notes are not
the static document and must be revised by the faculty every year by adding new pages to the
existing Class Notes. The additional Class Note material must take into account the charges in
the JNTU Syllabus and new trends in technologies related to the subject.
The SOP will be revised at the end of every semester for improvement. The comments received
from the Depts. will be included.

1. SYLLABUS
(Syllabus to be added by the Faculty Member as per the JNTU)

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


HYDERABAD
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
(II Year B.Tech. ME-II Sem)

2014-15

(A40309) KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY


UNIT I
Casting: Steps involved in making a casting - Its applications - Patterns and Types of patterns
Pattern allowances and their construction. Types of casting processes Solidification of casting.
UNIT II
Welding: Welding Types - Oxy-fuel gas cutting standard time and cost calculations. Arc
welding, forge welding Resistance welding, Thermit welding.
UNIT III
(Advances in Welding) Inert Gas Welding, TIG Welding, MIG welding, Friction welding,
induction welding, explosive welding, Laser Welding, Laser Welding Soldering and Brazing,
Heat affected zone in welding. Welding defects causes and remedies destructive and nondestructive testing of welds.
UNIT IV
(Metal Deformation Process)Hot working, cold working, strain hardening, recovery,
recrystallisation and grain growth, Comparison of properties of Cold and Hot worked parts,
Rolling fundamentals theory of rolling, types of Rolling mills and products. Forces in rolling
and power requirements.
(Sheet Metal Work)Stamping, forming and other cold working processes : Blanking and
piercing Bending and forming Drawing and its types wire drawing and Tube drawing
coining Hot and cold spinning Types of presses and press tools. Forces and power
requirement for the above operations.
UNIT V
Extrusion of Metals: Basic extrusion process and its characteristics. Hot extrusion and cold
extrusion - Forward extrusion and backward extrusion Impact extrusion Extruding
equipment Tube extrusion and pipe making, Hydrostatic extrusion, Forces in extrusion.
Forging Processes: Forging operations and principles Tools Forging methods Smith
forging, Drop Forging Roll forging. Forging hammers: Rotary forging forging defects
cold forging, swaging, Forces in forging operations.
TEXT BOOKS : 1. Manufacturing Technology (Vol.1) / P.N. RaofTMH/2 Edition
2. Workshop Technology (Vol.1) /Hajra Chowdary/Asia PublishinHouse/2nd Edition.
REFERENCE BOOKS
1.ProductionTechology /Sarma P C /S.Chand.
2. Production Technology / R.K. Jain/Khanna Publishers.
3. Metal Casting / T.V Ramana Rao / New Age.
4. Principles of Metal Castings / Rosenthal/TMH.
5. A Course in Workshop Technology/B.S. Raghuwamshi /Dhanpat rai & Sons.
6. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology/Kalpakjin S/ Pearson Edu.

2. OBJECTIVES
(Objectives to be prepared by the Faculty Member as per the Course
Syllabus and matched with the outcomes given at S.No. 15 of the Index)

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course No

: A40309

Course Title : KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

1. Course Objective
At the very outset of engineering development materials were cut by means of simple hand tools.
Gradually, with the development of civilization and engineering, work done by hand tools give
way to the work performed by special machines which are called PRODUCTION
TECHNOLOGY. Hand tools are tools which are held and used by the hands for shaping and
sizing a work and there is no mechanism in them. The cutting away of the excess metal in the
form of chips or small pieces is simply done by the muscular efforts of man. As a result, the
process is time consuming and not give satisfactory surface finish. It includes files, saw, chisel,
scrapper, etc. which are very commonly used in bench and fitting works and assembly of
machines.

2. Course Educational Objectives

Graduates will demonstrate the ability to use basic knowledge in mathematics, science
and engineering and apply them to solve problems specific to mechanical engineering
(Fundamental engineering analysis skills).
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and
analyze data, and report results (Information retrieval skills).
Graduates should be capable of self-education and clearly understand the value of lifelong learning (Continuing education awareness).
Graduates will develop an open mind and have an understanding of the impact of
engineering on society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues (Social
awareness).
Graduate will be able to design a system to meet desired needs within environmental,
economic, political, ethical health and safety, manufacturability and management
knowledge and techniques to estimate time, resources to complete project (Practical
engineering analysis skills).

3. Course Outcomes

An ability to contrast the different types of manufacturing process and apply the
Technology Systems Model to manufacturing
Ability to identify, illustrate, solve, formulate, distinguish & compare different working
process
An Ability to understand the design a system, component or process to meet desired
needs within, realistic constraints such as manufacturability ,economic , environmental,
safety & sustainability etc..,
An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering, to Identify,
define, and clearly state a manufacturing design problem
An ability to identify, formulates, analyzes and solves Engineering
Problems in Optimum time.
An ability to demonstrate ability to welding and conduct experiments, analyze and
interpret data.
An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice with the concept of virtual work.
Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in self education and life-long
learning.

3. TARGET (%)
(Target of the Subject Result to be prepared by the faculty member as
per the proforma)

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Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

TARGET (%):
Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

1. Pass Percentage:
2. First class with distinction (>=75):
3. First class (60-69):
4. Pass Class (40-49):
Signature of Faculty

4. SESSION PLANNER
(Session Planner of the Subject to be prepared by the faculty member as
per the proforma according to syllabus, assignments, class tests,
tutorials & Mid Exams)

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

SESSION PLANNER
Subject
Branch & Year
Academic Year
Faculty

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY
: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering
: 2014-15
: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

Unit Sl.
No. No.

CastingIntroduction to casting process, Steps involved


in making casting,
Advantages and Applications of Casting,
Patterns
Types of Patterns

Pattern allowances and their construction

L4

Types of Casting Processes

L5

Sand Casting

L6

Investment Casting

L7

Die Casting

L8

Centrifugal Casting

L9

10 Continuous Casting

L10

11

L11

1
2

L2
L3

L12

13
14

Standard Time Calculations

L14

15

Cost Calculations

L15

16

Arc Welding

L16

17

Forge Welding

L17

18

Resistance Welding

L18

19

L19

21

Thermit Welding
Advances in Welding
Inert Gas Welding
TIG Welding

22

MIG Welding

L22

23

Friction Welding

L23

24
25

Induction welding
Explosive welding

L24
L25

20

III

L1

Solidification of Casting
WeldingWelding Types
Oxy-fuel Gas Cutting

12

II

Topic

Lecture
Number as
Date
Remarks
per the
Planned
period

L13

L20
L21

26

Laser Welding

L26

27

Soldering and Brazing


Heat affected zone in welding, Welding defects
-causes and remedies
Destructive testing of welds

L27

L30

34

Non- Destructive testing of welds


Metal Deformation ProcessHot working, cold working, strain hardening
Recovery, Recrystallisation and Grain growth
Comparison of properties of Cold and Hot
worked parts
Rolling fundamentals theory of rolling

35

Types of Rolling mills and products

L35

36

L36

38

Forces in rolling and power requirements.


Sheet Metal WorkStamping, forming and other cold working
processes
Blanking and Piercing

39

Bending and Forming

L39

40

Drawing and its types

L40

41

Wire drawing and Tube drawing, Coining

L41

42

Hot and Cold Spinning

L42

43

Types of Presses and Press tools


Forces and power requirement for the above
operations.
Extrusion of MetalsBasic Extrusion process and its characteristics
Hot Extrusion and Cold Extrusion
Forward Extrusion and Backward Extrusion,
Impact extrusion
Extruding equipment- Tube Extrusion and Pipe
making
Hydrostatic extrusion, Forces in extrusion
Forging ProcessesForging operations and principles
Forging Tools, Forging methods

L43

L52

54

Smith forging, Drop Forging- Roll Forging


Forging hammers: Rotary Forging, Forging
defects
Cold Forging, Swaging

55

Forces in Forging operations

L55

28
29
30
31
32
33

37

IV

44
45
46
47
48
49
V

50
51
52
53

L28
L29
L31
L32
L33
L34

L37
L38

L44
L45
L46
L47
L48
L49
L50
L51
L53
L54

Note: Fortnightly verification by HOD

Signature of Faculty

Signature of HOD

5. SYLLABUS COVERAGE
(Syllabus Coverage to be prepared by the faculty member as per the
proforma)

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

SYLLABUS COVERAGE
Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

Lecture
Unit
No.

L6

CastingIntroduction to casting
process, Steps involved
in making casting,
Advantages and
Applications of Casting,
Patterns
Types of Patterns
Pattern allowances and
their construction
Types of Casting
Processes
Sand Casting

L7

Investment Casting

L8

Die Casting

L9

Centrifugal Casting

L10

Continuous Casting

L11

L15

Solidification of Casting
WeldingWelding Types
Oxy-fuel Gas Cutting
Standard Time
Calculations
Cost Calculations

L16

Arc Welding

L17

Forge Welding

L18

Resistance Welding

L19

Thermit Welding

L1

L2
L3
I

L4
L5

L12
L13
L14
II

Topic

Date
Date
Planned Conducted

Reason(s)
for Non
Compliance

Plan to
overcome
non
compliance

L21

Advances in Welding
Inert Gas Welding
TIG Welding

L22

MIG Welding

L23

Friction Welding

L24

Induction welding

L25

Explosive welding

L26

Laser Welding

L27

L38

Soldering and Brazing


Heat affected zone in
welding, Welding defects
-causes and remedies
Destructive testing of
welds
Non- Destructive testing
of welds
Metal Deformation
ProcessHot working, cold
working, strain
hardening
Recovery,
Recrystallisation and
Grain growth
Comparison of properties
of Cold and Hot worked
parts
Rolling fundamentals
theory of rolling
Types of Rolling mills
and products
Forces in rolling and
power requirements.
Sheet Metal WorkStamping, forming and
other cold working
processes
Blanking and Piercing

L39

Bending and Forming

L40

Drawing and its types


Wire drawing and Tube
drawing, Coining
Hot and Cold Spinning
Types of Presses and
Press tools
Forces and power
requirement for the
above operations.
Extrusion of MetalsBasic Extrusion process
and its characteristics

L20

III

L28
L29
L30

L31

L32
L33
L34
L35
L36
L37
IV

L41
L42
L43
L44
V

L45

L46
L47
L48
L49
L50
L51
L52
L53
L54
L55

Hot Extrusion and Cold


Extrusion
Forward Extrusion and
Backward Extrusion,
Impact extrusion
Extruding equipmentTube Extrusion and Pipe
making
Hydrostatic extrusion,
Forces in extrusion
Forging ProcessesForging operations and
principles
Forging Tools, Forging
methods
Smith forging, Drop
Forging- Roll Forging
Forging hammers:
Rotary Forging, Forging
defects
Cold Forging, Swaging
Forces in Forging
operations

Note: Fortnightly verification by HOD

Signature of Faculty

Signature of HOD

6. TIME TABLE
(Time Table to be prepared by the faculty member from the class time
table)

7. a) LECTURE WISE
CLASS NOTES
(Lecture wise class notes to be filed by the faculty member with
minimum of one application or real time example in each unit.)

7. b) MICRO PROJECTS

7. C) MATHEMATICAL
MODELS

8. NPTEL LINK FOR


EACH UNIT

9.APPLICATION OF
BLOOM TAXONOMY

10. LIST OF WEAK


STUDENTS AND
REMEDIAL ACTION
a. Weak students as per JNTU Result
b. Weak students as per Mid-term test result
c. Remedial action
(List of weak students and remedial action to be prepared as per
proforma)

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

WEAK STUDENTS AS PER JNTU


Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

S.
No.

Hall Ticket No.

Name

Note: Weak students are the students who secure less than 50% marks in
Previous JNTU External examinations

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

LIST OF WEAK STUDENTS AS PER MID TERM TEST RESULT


Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

Mid Term Test


S.
No.

I/II/III

Hall Ticket No.

Semester:
Name

Note: Weak students are the students who get <=10.0 marks out of 20.0 in Mid-term test.

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

LIST OF WEAK STUDENTS AS PER MID TERM TEST RESULT


Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

Mid Term Test


S.
No.

I/II/III

Hall Ticket No.

Semester:
Name

Note: Weak students are the students who get <=10.0 marks out of 20.0 in Mid-term test.

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

SCHEDULE OF REMEDIAL CLASSES


Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY
TIME TABLE

Date

Day

Period

No. of students
attended

Theory / Retest

Performance of Weak students in Additional make-up Test


Roll No.

Name

Marks obtained

11. MID-TERM TEST,


QUALITY AND
EVALUATION

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Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

MID-TERM TEST, QUALITY AND EVALUATION


Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

Mid
term

Questions

II

Date
Date of
conducted distribution

Marks
entered
in register

12. ASSIGNMENTS /
CLASS TESTS
QUESTIONS WITH
ANSWERS

Quality verified by HOD: Good/Average/Poor

(Assignments topics and other details to be prepared by the faculty


Signature of HOD
member as per proforma)

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

ASSIGNMENTS, QUALITY AND EVALUATION


Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

Unit
No

Assign
ment
No.

II

III

IV

Topic

1. Describe the steps involved in


casting.
2. Describe the advantages of casting
over methods.
3. What are the applications of
castings?
4. What is Foundry ?.Describe about
Foundry Layout.
1. What are the basic requirements of
welding?
2. What is ARC welding. Explain in
detail.
3. Explain the classification of
welding processes.
4. What are the different types of
welded joints?
1. What is inert gas welding? How it
is different from shielded metal arc
welding?
2. What is TIG welding? Describe its
processes with figure.
3. What is MIG welding? Describe its
processes with figure.
4. What is friction welding? Describe
its processes with figure.
1. Explain hot working and cold
working processes.
2. Differentiate the properties of hot
worked and cold worked products.
3. What are the different drawing
processes? Describe about wire
drawing process?
4. Write short notes about coining,
stamping?
1. Write about forces and power
requirements in presses.
2. Describe extrusion process with neat
figure.
3. Differentiate hot extrusion and cold

Date
Planne
d

Date of
Submi
ssion

Date of
Distributio
n

Marks
entered in
register

extrusion.
4 Describe forward extrusion and
backward extrusion

Signature of Faculty

Signature of HOD

13. TUTORIAL
(List of Tutorial topics to be prepared by the faculty member as per
proforma)

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

TUTORIAL
Subject

: KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Branch & Year

: II B.Tech II Sem Mechanical Engineering

Academic Year

: 2014-15

Faculty

: M. VENKATESWAR REDDY

S.
No.

Unit No

II

III

IV

Tutorial topic
1.Pattern Materials
2. Moulding Materials
1.Welding Joints
2. Arc Welding
1.Design of Brazed Joints
2. Welding defects
1. Bulk deformation process
2. Types of sheet metal operations
1. Types of extrusion process
2. Types of forging operations

Date
conducted

14. QUESTION BANK /


PAPERS
a. Subjective

unit wise (5 descriptive questions with answers


preparation per unit (02 Theory based & 03 Problematic based)
b. Objective unit wise (10 objective bits with answers preparation
per unit (05 Theory based & 05 Problematic based)
c. For Core subjects, two to three solved problem (objective types)
pertaining to important concepts which relate to GATE,
Competitive exam and Placement Questions. A minimum of 20
bits for each unit. Reference be made to GATE (year), Competitive
exam (name) and Placement Questions (Company).

15. SAMPLE
ASSIGNMENTS / CLASS
TESTS
(To be collected and filed by the faculty member)

(One sample assignment of the student for each unit to be filed by the
faculty member)

16.LIST OF OUTCOMES
(To be matched by the faculty member to the objective)

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

OUTCOME
Outcome

Level

Proficiency
assessed by

An ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, Computing,


Science and engineering to solve Computer Science and
Engineering problems.
An ability to design and conduct engineering experiments, as well
B
as to analyze and interpret data.
An ability to design and construct a hardware and software
C
system, component, or process to meet desired needs, within
realistic constraints
Graduates will demonstrate an ability to visualize and work on
D
laboratory and Multi-disciplinary tasks individually or as a
member within the teams.
An ability to demonstrate skills to use the techniques, modern
E
engineering tools, Software and equipments necessary to analyze
computer engineering problems.
F
An understanding of professional, social and ethical responsibility.
An ability to recognize the global issues like green initiatives and
G
alternate energy sources and to take technology to villages and to
recognize the rural requirements.
The broad education necessary to understand the impact of
H
engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and
societal context.
Graduate will develop confidence for self education and acquire
I
new knowledge in the computing discipline and ability and
practice for Multi-disciplinary tasks as a member within the teams.
(Task
Table to beeffectively.
prepared by the faculty member as per the proforma)
J
To communicate
An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering
K
tools necessary for Engineering practice.
Graduates are able to participate and succeed in competitive
L
examination like GRE, GATE, TOEFL, GMAT etc.
The use of current application software and the design and use of
operating systems and the analysis, design, testing and
M
documentation of computer programs for the use in Computer
Science and engineering technologies.
N
An ability to setup an enterprise.
A

17.TASK TABLE

N=None
S=Supportive
H=Highly Related
Proficiency assessed by: Tutorials, Lectures, Exams

MLR

Institute of Technology

Laxma Reddy Avenue, Dundigal, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 500 043


Phone Nos: 08418 204066 / 204088, Fax : 08418 204088

TASK TABLE
Task
No

Page No. 1

Task Description

Target Date

1.

Syllabus

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Session Planner

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Target

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Objective

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Syllabus Coverage (Planned)

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10

a) Class Notes as per SOP (Unit Wise) for 1 Unit for II year subjects/2 Units for III
year & IV year subjects
b) Two Micro projects per subject pertaining to those Core subjects which are
applied to build real-time projects. One micro project by Jan and other by Feb 2015
or earlier. All micro projects to be completed by 15 th Apr 2015 or earlier. These
projects will be done by students in a group of 3-4 students during their studies in
II-Semester.
c) A minimum of two Practical models/ Mathematical models/Practical
Orientation/real-time application demonstration per subject to explain the difficult
and important concepts for those Core subjects which are not amenable for micro
projects.
Application of Bloom Taxonomy. Minimum one example relating to first three levels for
each unit.
a) Ten objective bits with answer
(Unit wise) for 1 Unit for II year subjects/2 Units for III year & IV year subjects
b) For Core subjects, two to three solved problem (objective types) pertaining to
important concepts which relate to GATE, Competitive exam and Placement
Questions. A minimum of 20 bits for each unit. Reference be made to GATE (year),
Competitive exam (name) and Placement Questions (Company).
Five descriptive questions selected from previous five years JNTU question papers with
answers. Reference be made to JNTU papers indicating year, semester and set no. Three
questions be related to problem solving, Reference can be made to answers given in the
class notes
NPTEL material link for 1 Unit for II year subjects/2 Units for III year & IV year
subjects, if applicable.

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Assignment/Class Test Questions for 1 Unit for II year subjects/2 Units for III year &
IV year subjects
Tutorials three questions with answers, Tutorial questions shall pertain to problem
solving. Emphases be on GATE question (Unit Wise) for 1 Unit for II year subjects/2
Units for III year & IV year subjects

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Manual preparation for lab subject by lab faculty

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14

Lab Session Planner

05-01-2015

15

Material for Handbook

05-01-2015

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12

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