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SASTRA Deemed University B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering

I Semester

No of Contact

Course Code Course Name Hours / Week Credits

L T P

ENG101/ Technical Communication 1 0 2

2

BIT101 Biology for Engineers 2 0 0

MAT101 Engineering Mathematics – I 3 1 0 4

CSE101 Problem Solving & Programming in C 3 0 2 4

PHY101 / Engineering Physics / 3 0 2 4

CHE101 Engineering Chemistry 3 0 2 4

EEE101 / Basic Electrical Engineering / 2 0 2 3

EIE101 Basic Electronics Engineering 2 0 2 3

CIV101/ Basic Civil Engineering / 2 0 2 3

MEC101 Basic Mechanical Engineering 2 0 2 3

CIV102 / Engineering Mechanics / 2 1 0 3

CIV103 Engineering Graphics 1 0 4 3

MEC102 Introduction to Engineering Design 2 0 0 2

Group I(Technical Communication, Physics,

18 2 10 25

Electrical, Civil, Mechanics & Design)

TOTAL

Group II (Biology, Chemistry, Electronics,

15 1 14 23

Mechanical & Graphics)

II Semester

No of Contact

Course Code Course Name Hours / Week Credits

L T P

ENG101/ Technical Communication 1 0 2

2

BIT101 Biology for Engineers 2 0 0

MAT102 Engineering Mathematics – II 3 1 0 4

CSE201 Object Oriented Programming in C++ 3 0 2 4

PHY101 / Engineering Physics / 3 0 2 4

CHE101 Engineering Chemistry 3 0 2 4

EEE101 / Basic Electrical Engineering / 2 0 2 3

EIE101 Basic Electronics Engineering 2 0 2 3

CIV101/ Basic Civil Engineering / 2 0 2 3

MEC101 Basic Mechanical Engineering 2 0 2 3

CIV102 / Engineering Mechanics / 2 1 0 3

CIV103 Engineering Graphics 1 0 4 3

MEC102 Introduction to Engineering Design 2 0 0 2

Group I (Biology, Chemistry,

15 1 14 23

Electronics, Mechanical & Graphics)

TOTAL

Group II (Technical Communication, Physics,

18 2 10 25

Electrical, Civil, Mechanics & Design)

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No of Contact

Course Code Course Name Hours / Week Credits

L T P

CIV221 0 0 2 1

Laboratory

TOTAL 15 4 4 21

No of Contact

Course Code Course Name Hours / Week Credits

L T P

TOTAL 15 3 6 21

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No of Contact

Course Code Course Name Hours / Week Credits

L T P

TOTAL 18 4 6 25

VI Semester (23Credits)

No of Contact

Course Code Course Name Hours / Week Credits

L T P

MCT201 Mechatronics 3 0 2 4

MEC302 CAD/CAM/CIM 3 0 0 3

TOTAL 18 1 8 23

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No of Contact

Course Code Course Name Hours / Week Credits

L T P

TOTAL 16 0 10 21

No of Contact

Hours / Week

Course Code Course Name Credits

L T P

TOTAL 9 0 24 21

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ASE205 Aerodynamics

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SASTRA Deemed University B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Sciences 32 18

Open Electives 9 5

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SASTRA Deemed University B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering

L T P C

3 1 0 4

Semester: III

Course Objective:

1. To help the learners in understanding Laplace transforms techniques used in engineering

disciplines.

2. To provide insight into Fourier series techniques and its applications.

3. To impart techniques in Partial differentiation for analytic function theory in engineering

computations.

4. To describe the evaluation of complex integration with simple applications.

UNIT – I 15 Hours

LAPLACE TRANSFORMS:

Properties of the Laplace transform - Transforms of derivatives and Derivatives of transforms -

Shifting theorems - Initial and final value Theorems – Change of scale property - Convolution

theorem - Periodic function theorem - Inversion Laplace transforms. Solving First order and

second order Ordinary Differential equations and simultaneous Differential equations using

Laplace Transforms

L-C-R Circuit problems, Mechanical vibrating string problems (with damped, without damped

models), simple problems of stability theory in Control systems

UNIT – II 15 Hours

FOURIER SERIES

Introduction to Fourier series- Dirichlet’s conditions, Fourier series of odd and even functions,

Half-Range Fourier Series and Parseval’s theorem, Root-mean square value of a function,

Complex form of Fourier series.

Harmonic analysis, Fourier series solution to Transverse vibrations of a stretched vibrating

strings – Problems.

COMPLEX DIFFERENTIATION

Analytic functions - Cauchy Riemann Equations and other properties - Harmonic functions –

Milne’s -Thomson Circle theorem (Statement Only) - Standard transformations - Conformal

mapping( sin z, cos z, sinh z, cosh z, ez , z + (1/z) – Mobius transformation.

Construction of an Analytic function by Milne’s – Thomson method - Simple problems related to

Steady State Heat Flow and Electrostatic Potential.

UNIT – IV 15 Hours

COMPLEX INTEGRATION

Cauchy’s Integral theorem and Integral Formula – Taylor and Laurent’s series - Types of

Singularities – Calculus of residues – Cauchy's residue theorem.

Evaluation of Contour integrals, Evaluation of Real definite integrals, Application of Blasius

theorem to find the Net Force and momentum exerted by the boundary on the fluid when 2 line

sources are located at a given distance from a rigid boundary.

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TEXTBOOKS

publishers ltd., New Delhi, 2010

2. M.K. Venkataraman, Engineering Mathematics, Part A, National publishing company,

2004.

3. Erwin kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics,10th edition, John Wiley & Sons

(Asia) pvt ltd., Reprint 2015.

REFERENCES

Education Limited, England, 2004.

2. H. Dym and H. P. McKean, Fourier series and Integrals, Academic Press, 1972.

3. H.K.Dass, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, S.Chand & Company PVT. LTD,

New Delhi. Reprint, 2014.

4. James W. Brown and Ruel V. Churchill, Complex Variables and Applications, (8th

Edition) Chapters 1-3, McGraw- Hill 2009.

ONLINE RESOURCES:

1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/117101055/19

2. http://farside.ph.utexas.edu/teaching/336L/Fluidhtml/node91.html

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

situations, solve differential equations arising in all fields of Engineering.

Unit II Express a given function in terms of Fourier series and apply in solving vibrating

string problems.

Unit III Apply standard techniques of complex variable theory in application areas such

as heat conduction, elasticity, fluid dynamics and flow of electric current.

Unit IV Evaluate complicated integrals using residue calculus.

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L T P C

3 1 0 4

Semester: III

ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS

Course Objectives:

1. To enable the learner understand fundamental laws of classical thermodynamics

2. To help the learner analyse and apply the laws for flow processes involving ideal and pure

substances.

3. To familiarize the learner with the concept of entropy and solve problems using steam

tables and compressibility charts.

UNIT – I 15 Hours

Fundamental concepts- macroscopic and microscopic approach, continuum, thermodynamic

systems, pure substance, thermodynamic properties and equilibrium state of a system, state

diagram, path and process, path and point functions, quasi-static process, units and

dimensions. Zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature measurement, concept of ideal gases,

specific heat and latent heat. Work and heat, displacement work, heat transfer. First law of

thermodynamics, application to closed and open systems, internal energy, enthalpy, steady flow

energy equation with applications to Nozzles, diffusers, turbines, compressors, boilers, throttling

UNIT – II 15 Hours

Heat engines and reversed heat engines, efficiency and coefficient of performance, energy

reservoirs. Second law of thermodynamics: Kelvin-Planck and Clausius statements-

equivalence, reversibility and irreversibility, Carnot cycle, reversed Carnot cycle, Carnot

theorem, absolute / thermodynamic temperature scale, Clausius inequality, entropy, T-s plot,

entropy of ideal gas, entropy principle, entropy and disorder. Available energy, maximum work

in a reversible process, reversible work by an open system, useful work, dead state, availability

– closed and open systems, second law efficiency.

Properties of pure substances: thermodynamic properties of pure substances in solid, liquid and

vapor phases, p-v, p-T, T-s and h-s diagrams, p-v-T surfaces, dryness fraction, steam tables

and Mollier diagram, steam quality measurement. Calculation of properties, work done and heat

transfer during non-flow and flow processes using steam tables and Mollier chart. Real gases –

equations of state – virial expansions, law of corresponding states, vander Waals, Beattie

Bridgeman and Redlich Kwong equations, generalised compressibility chart.

UNIT – IV 15 Hours

Thermodynamic properties of gaseous mixtures - Dalton’s law, Amagat’s law, property

calculations of ideal gas mixtures. Thermodynamic relations – Maxwell relations – Clausius

Claypeyron equations – Coefficients of compressibility and expansion – energy relations –

Joule-Thomson coefficient – Tds relations – enthalpy and entropy relations – Gibbs phase rule -

Introduction to power and refrigeration cycles

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TEXTBOOK

1. P. K. Nag, Engineering Thermodynamics, 6th Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. Co.,

New Delhi, 2017.

REFERENCES

1. G. J. Van Wylen and R.E. Sontag, Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics, John

Wiley and Sons, 1994.

2. M. J. Moran and H. N. Shapiro, Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, Fourth

Edition, Wiley, New York, 2000.

3. Y.V.C. Rao, Engineering Thermodynamics, Wiley Eastern, 1993.

4. Yunus A. Cengel and Michael Boles, Thermodynamics - an engineering approach, TMH,

2003.

5. M. Achuthan, Engineering Thermodynamics, Second Edition, Prentice-Hall of India,

New Delhi, 2009.

ONLINE RESOURCES

1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/112104113/1

2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IISc-

BANG/Basic%20Thermodynamics/New_index1.html

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Explain the basic concepts of classical thermodynamics and apply First law for

Unit I

steady flow processes

Apply second law for Heat engines and analyse entropy principle and available

Unit II

energy

Unit III Predict PVT behaviours of fluids and Ideal, real gas processes

Interpret properties of ideal gas mixtures, basic thermodynamic relations and will

Unit IV

illustrate power and vapour cycles

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L T P C

3 1 0 4

Semester: III

Course Objective:

1. To introduce the learner on fundamental behaviour of fluid during static and dynamic

conditions

2. To enable the learner to interpret viscid, inviscid flows by applying the corresponding

governing equations

3. To help the learner on implementing dimensional analysis for various flow conditions and

understanding the working principle of hydraulic machines.

UNIT – I 15 Hours

FLUID PROPERTIES: Density, specific weight, specific volume, specific gravity, viscosity,

surface tension, capillarity, compressibility and bulk modulus.

FLUID STATICS: Absolute pressure and Gauge pressure, hydrostatic law, Pascal law, simple

and differential manometers, mechanical pressure gauges, Hydrostatic forces - horizontal,

vertical and inclined surfaces.

BUOYANCY & FLOATATION: Buoyancy, centre of buoyancy, types of equilibrium of floating

bodies, metacentre and metacentric height.

.

UNIT – II 21 Hours

FLUID KINEMATICS & DYNAMICS: Methods of describing fluid motion, types of fluid flow,

differential equations of continuity and Momentum - Euler equation of motion, Bernoulli’s

theorem, practical applications of Bernoulli’s theorem – venturimeter, orificemeter, Pitot tube,

Velocity potential and stream function, stream line, equipotential line, flow net.

VISCOUS FLOW IN PIPES: Introduction, Navier-Stokes Equations – flow of viscous fluid in

circular pipes – Hagen Poiseuille law, Loss of energy in pipes – major loss (Darcy’s equation),

minor losses, Hydraulic gradient and total energy lines, pipes in series, equivalent pipe, pipes in

parallel, power transmission through pipes.

BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY: Concept of Laminar boundary layer, turbulent boundary layer,

laminar sub-layer, boundary layer thickness and boundary layer separation and control.

DIMENSIONAL AND MODEL ANALYSIS: Dimensional homogeneity, Buckingham’s π

theorem, Model analysis, similitude, dimensionless numbers, model laws.

UNIT – IV 12 Hours

HYDRAULIC TURBINES: Classification of turbines, Pelton wheel, Francis turbine, Kaplan

turbine – construction, working principle, work done, efficiencies, design, draft tube, specific

speed, unit quantities, performance characteristic curves, governing of turbine.

PUMPS: Classification of pumps – working principle of centrifugal and reciprocating pumps.

TEXTBOOKS

1. R.K.Bansal, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines, Tenth edition, Laxmi

Publications, 2018.

2. Mohanty A.K, Fluid Mechanics, second edition, Prentice-Hall of India, 2004.

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REFERENCES

1. White, F.M., Fluid Mechanics, fourth edition, McGraw Hill, 1999.

2. Munson, Young, Okiishi, Huebsch, Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, Sixth edition,

John Wiley and sons., 2009.

3. John F. Douglas, Fluid Mechanics, Pearson Educational publications, 2004.

ONLINE RESOURCES

1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/103104043/

2. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/103104044/

3. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/112105171/

4. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/105101082/

5. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-

%20Guwahati/fluid_mechanics/index.htm

6. https://nptel.ac.in/noc/individual_course.php?id=noc18-me10

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Unit I Interpret the type of fluid and its properties under static condition.

Identify viscid and inviscid flows and will be able to apply governing equations for

Unit II

simplified cases.

Unit III Analyse boundary layer flows and apply dimensional analysis for fluid flows.

Unit IV Demonstrate the working principle and operation of hydraulic machines.

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L T P C

3 1 0 4

Semester: III

MECHANICS OF SOLIDS

Course Objective:

To enable the learner understand deformable bodies, stress strain, mechanical and thermal

properties, shear force, principal stress, deflection of beams, torsion in beams. Also the learner

will understand thin and thick cylinder and different types of columns & their behaviour under

various loading conditions

UNIT – I 15 Hours

STRESS & STRAIN:

Concept of Stresses and Strains , axial loading, normal stress, shearing stress, Stress – strain

diagram , factor of safety, Hooke’s law, Poisson’s relation, elastic constants and their relation –

Composite section, Mechanical & Thermal stresses in simple& composite members. Strain

energy, stresses due to various loads, Saint –Venant’s Principles.

UNIT – II 15 Hours

SHEAR FORCE & BENDING MOMENT:

Shear force and bending moment diagram for simply supported, cantilever and Overhanging

beams with point load, uniformly distributed load and uniformly varying Loads only. Theory of

simple bending, bending equation, bending stress in simple beam, (Rectangular and I sections

only), Principal stresses and strains, maximum shear stress (problems in plane stress),

construction of Mohr’s circle for plane stress –Description only.

DEFLECTION IN BEAMS, TORSION:

Slop & deflection of beams by Maculay’s method for determinate beams – cantilever, simply

supported, overhanging beam for various types of load with and without applied moment.

Derivation of torsion equation, torsion of circular shaft, comparison o hollow shaft with solid

Shaft – problems, strain energy in torsion - combined bending and twisting of shafts –

Equivalent bending and twisting moments.

UNIT – IV 15 Hours

THIN AND THICK CYLINDERS, COLUMNS AND STRUTS:

Thin cylinder and thin spherical shells – under internal pressure, volumetric strain on capacity -

wire wound thin cylinder, shrink fit, Thick cylinder-concept, Lame’s theory, design of thick

cylindrical shell-problems, compound cylinder-description only- Different types of columns and

struts, long column, different end conditions, equivalent length, Euler’s theory, derivation of

Euler’s equation- limitations of Euler’s formula

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TEXTBOOKS

1. B.C. Punmia., Strength of materials, Lakshmi Publications, New Delhi.

2. R.K. Bansal., A textbook on Strength of materials, Lakshmi Publications, 2004.

3. K. Rajput., Strength of materials, S.Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi, 1996.

REFERENCES

1. Beer & Johnson, Mechanics of Materials SI Metric edition, McGraw Hill, ISE.

2. Edgor. P. Popov, Introduction to Mechanics of Solids, Prentice-Hal Inc, 1999.

3. S.M.A. Kazimi., Solid Mechanics , Tata McGraw Hill,2000.

4. Timoshenko and S.P. Gere., Solid Mechanics , Tata McGraw Hill,2002.

5. Jackson and Wirtz, Statics and strength of Materials, Schaum’s series, 1983.

6. S.S. Bhavikatti, Strength of Material, Vikas Publishing House Pvt, Ltd., New Delhi, 1999.

ONLINE RESOURCE

1. http://nptel.ac.in/video.php?subjectId=112107147

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Unit I Estimate the stress, strain, mechanical and thermal properties of the given

member.

Unit II Determine shear force, bending moment, bending stress and principal stress

for different loading on the beams.

Unit III Evaluate the slope and deflection of beams under various loading conditions,

and torsion in beams.

Unit IV Analyse stress distribution across thick and thin cylindrical cross sections.

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3 0 0 3

Semester: III

Course Objective:

To impart fundamental knowledge on the basic aspects of materials science, various

ferrous/non-ferrous, non-metallic and composite materials & testing of materials.

UNIT–I 12 Hours

FUNDAMENTAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE: Atomic arrangement.Crystal structure of

materials. BCC, FCC, HCP. Point, line, planar and volume defects.

PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS: Basic mechanical properties (Elastic modulus, strength

(tensile/compressive), ductility, toughness, resilience). Tribological properties (friction, types of

wear). Thermal properties (thermal conductivity and co-efficient of thermal expansion).

PHYSICAL METALLURGY: Phase. Phase rule. Solidification of pure m etal & alloys. Hume-

Rothery rules. Introduction to phase diagrams. Isomorphous, eutectic systems. Iron–Iron

carbide equilibrium diagram. Lever rule. Quantification of phases.

UNIT–II 15 Hours

FERROUS MATERIALS: Types of steels – Classifications & Specifications (AISI and UNS).

Effect of alloying elements on properties of steels. Different grades carbon & low alloy steels.

Types, properties and applications of cast irons & stainless steels.TTT and CCT diagrams. Heat

treatment of steels – Annealing, Normalising,hardening & tempering, martempering,

austempering. Overview of case hardening of steels.

NON-FERROUS MATERIALS: Aluminium, Titanium, Copper, Magnesium alloys – Overview of

composition, properties and application. Precipitation hardening of aluminium alloys.

UNIT-III 8 Hours

NON-METALLIC MATERIALS AND COMPOSITES: Classification of non-metallic materials –

Polymers, glasses and ceramic materials. Different types of polymers. Polymerization.

Properties & applications of polymers.Types of Ceramics. Properties & Applications.

COMPOSITE MATERIALS: Particulate and fibre reinforced composites, laminates, sandwich

structures. Metal matrix composites. Polymer matrix composites, Ceramic matrix composites.

Brief overview of at least one production method, properties and applications of composite

materials.

SMART MATERIALS: Definition and a brief overview of smart materials.

UNIT-IV 10 Hours

MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF MATERIALS: Stress strain diagram for ductile and

brittlematerials. Engineering stress, strain. Truestress, true strain. Fatigue. Endurance limit.

Creep. Creep curve. Ductile to brittle transition temperature.

MECHANICAL TESTING OF MATERIALS: Hardness. Tensile. Compression. Impact. Fatigue.

Creep and Wear.

INTRODUCTION TO NDT: Overview of various NDT techniques. Visual. Liquid penetrant

testing. Magnetic particle testing. Eddy current. Ultrasonic testing. X-ray testing.

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TEXTBOOKS

1. V. Raghavan, Material Science and Engineering – A first course, Prentice Hall of India

Limited, New Delhi, 6th Edition, 2015.

2. Sydney H. Avner, An Introduction to Physical Metallurgy, Tata McGraw-Hill Publications,

New Delhi, 2010

REFERENCES

1. William D. Callister, Materials Science and Engineering- An Introduction, John Wiley &

Sons Inc., Singapore, 9th Edition, 2010.

2. Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep P. Phule, The Science and Engineering of Materials,

Thomson Asia Private Limited, Singapore, 2003.

3. R.A. Higgins, Engineering Metallurgy, Viva publications, Sixth Edition, New Delhi, 2006.

4. George, E. Dieter, Mechanical Metallurgy, McGraw-Hill Edition, 2015.

5. Baldev Raj, Non Destructive Testing Techniques, Narosa Publishers, 2002.

6. Kenneth G Budinski, Michael K Budinski, Engineering Materials, Prentice Hall of India

Private Ltd, 8th Edition, 2005.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Unit I significance of various engineering properties. Draw and discuss the

significance of phase diagrams.

Describe the physical metallurgy, heat treatments& structure-property

Unit II

correlations in various ferrous &non-ferrous materials.

Describe the properties and applications of non-metallic materials & composites

Unit III

and apply the skill for materials selection.

Discuss the various aspects of mechanical of materials, and appreciate the

Unit IV

importance of mechanical testing and NDT.

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0 0 2 1

Semester: III

Course Objective:

To demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength of materials and to help the

learners to understand fundamental principles, concepts, significance of various flow

experiments and fluid machines.

.

2. Verification of Maxwell reciprocal theorem by deflection test on MS flat.

3. Determination of impact strength of steel specimen by Charpy and Izod tests.

4. Hardness test on metals by Brinell/Rockwell/Vicker testers.

5. Tests on closed and open coil springs.

6. Torsion test on MS rod and wire.

2. Determination of Pipe Friction Factor

3. Determination of Minor Loss Co-efficient

4. Determination of velocity by Pitot Tube

5. Verification of Bernoulli’s Theorem

6. Determination of the metacentric height and stability of a floating vessel

7. Performance test on centrifugal and reciprocating pumps

8. Performance test on Turbines

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Expt.1 Demonstrate the principles of tension test and stress-strain behaviour of mild

steel bar.

Expt.2 Prove the Maxwell reciprocal theorem experimentally.

Expt.3 Assess the impact strength and specific strength of steel specimen.

Expt.4 Evaluate hardness of different materials.

Expt.5 Determine the rigidity modulus of the springs and infer their behaviour.

Expt.6 Determine the rigidity modulus of rods and wires.

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Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Expt.2 Evaluate the major loss and determine the friction factor.

Expt.3 Calculate the co-efficient of minor losses during flow in a pipe

Expt.4 Calibrate the Pitot tube

Expt.5 Assess the verification of Bernoulli’s theorem

Expt.6 Assess the stability of a floating vessel.

Expt.7 Assess the performance of the Centrifugal pump and Reciprocating pump

Expt.8 Evaluate the best operating conditions of the Turbines

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Semester: III

METALLURGY LABORATORY

Course Objective:

1. To study the metallographic procedures and acquire knowledge on identification of

microstructure for metals and alloys.

2. To study the heat treatment techniques and hardenability measurements for metallic

specimens and acquire knowledge on inspection of materials using Non-Destructive

Testing (NDT) procedures.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

2. Study of metallurgical microscope

3. Study of Iron-Iron carbide diagram and TTT diagrams

4. Identification of microstructure of various steels

5. Identification of microstructure of various cast irons and steel weldments

6. Introduction to heat treatment techniques – Annealing, normalizing and hardening

7. Identification of microstructure of heat treated steel samples – Annealed, normalized and

hardened steels

8. Identification of microstructure of non ferrous metals - Aluminum, copper and brass

9. Measurement of hardenability using Jominy end quench test apparatus

10. Inspection of defects in materials using Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) techniques.

11. Introduction to basic powder metallurgy processing technique.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Analyze the microstructures of metal, alloys and heat treated specimens and

identification of phase constituents.

Examine the depth and distribution of hardness on materials and inspection of materials

without causing damage.

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Semester: IV

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – IV

Course Objective:

Equations (PDEs) used in engineering disciplines.

2. To provide insight into Fourier transform techniques and its applications.

3. To impart numerical techniques in Boundary value problems in engineering

computations.

4. To enable the students to solve problems in Numerical Differentiation and

Integration.

UNIT – I 15 Hours

PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (PDE)

Formation of PDEs by elimination of arbitrary constants and functions- Various types of

solutions - Solution of standard forms of PDEs - f(p,q)=0, f (z, p, q) = 0, f(x,p) = g(y,q)-

Clairaut’s form of PDEs – Lagrange’s form - Higher order homogeneous PDEs only.

UNIT – II 12 Hours

FOURIER TRANSFORM

Fourier Integral Theorem (Staement only) – Definition of Fourier and Inverse Transforms -

Algebraic properties of the Fourier Transforms : Convolution, Modulation, and Translation.

Analytic properties of the Fourier transform: Riemann-Lebesgue Lemma, Transforms of

derivative and Derivatives of transforms. Inversion Theory( Introduction only), Parseval’s

Formula. Boundary value problems using Sine and Cosine Transforms, Solution to One

dimensional heat conduction problems.

NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF INITIAL VALUE AND BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS

Taylor’s series, Euler’s method. Runge-Kutta method of Fourth Order, Milne’s Predictor-

corrector method, Numerical solution of Laplace equation by Liebmann’s Iterative method &

Poisson’s equation and Vibrating String equation by Finite Difference Method - Parabolic

PDEs by Bender Schmidth method and Crank Nicolson Schemes.

UNIT – IV 18 Hours

NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF VARIOUS EQUATIONS INTERPOLATION, NUMERICAL

DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION

Introduction - Newton - Raphson method, Iteration method – Solving Simultaneous Equations

by Gauss Elimination , Gauss Jordan and Cholesky’s methods – Gauss Seidel iterative

Methods. Lagrange’s Interpolation, Newton’s Forward & Backward difference formulae only,

Numerical Differentiation by Forward & Backward differences, Numerical integration by

Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules.

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TEXTBOOK

1. T. Veerarajan, Engineering Mathematics (For IV semester), McGraw Hill Publications,

2001 (For units I and II)

2. Steven C. Chapra, Raymond. P. Canale, Numerical Methods for Engineers, McGraw Hill

publications, Sixth edition, 2012 (For Units III and IV)

REFERENCES

1. C. Ray Wylie, Louis C.Barrett, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th edition, McGraw

Hill, 2012

2. B. S. Grewal, Higher Engineering Mathematics, 44th Edition, Khanna Publishers, 2017.

3. P. Anuradha, V. Sudhakar, Transforms and Partial Differential Equations, Second

Edition, Scitech Publications, 2017.

ONLINE RESOURCES

1. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/111105038/14/

2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujXi29Mf83Q

3. https://nptel.ac.in/courses/111105038/31/

4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lw_Obk39UzE

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Unit I Form, classify and solve partial differential equations of first and higher

orders.

Unit II Formulate and solve one dimensional heat conduction problems using

standard techniques developed using Fourier Transforms.

Unit III Apply standard techniques of numerical methods to solve boundary

value problems.

Unit IV Determine the values of derivatives of single variable functions using

standard numerical techniques and evaluate definite integrals using

Trapezoidal and Simpsons’ rules.

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Semester: IV

APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS

Course Objective:

[Steam tables, Mollier chart, psychrometric chart and Refrigeration tables are permitted]

UNIT – I 15 Hours

VAPOUR POWER CYCLES - Characteristics of an ideal working fluid in vapour power cycles,

Rankine cycle, comparison with Carnot cycle, superheat, reheat and regenerative cycles -

analysis. Steam nozzles - types, stagnation properties. Steam turbines - classification,

principles of impulse and reaction turbines, velocity triangles - work done & efficiency.

GAS POWER CYCLES - Brayton cycle - methods to improve cycle efficiency by reheat,

regenerative and inter cooling process and their analysis, optimum pressure ratio.

UNIT – II 15 Hours

AIR STANDARD CYCLES - Air standard cycles and their analyses - Otto, Diesel and Dual

cycles - thermal efficiency, mean effective pressure, performance comparison between cycles.

FOUR STROKE & TWO STROKE ENGINE - Engine performance calculations. Introduction to

solid Liquid & Gaseous fuels - combustion calculations.

REFRIGERATION – methods of refrigeration, Refrigerants - types, desired properties of

refrigerants, eco-friendly refrigerants, basic cycles - reversed Carnot cycle, vapour compression

refrigeration system, effects of superheating, sub-cooling.

conditions, types - summer, winter and year-round air conditioning systems.

UNIT – IV 15 Hours

AIR COMPRESSORS - Reciprocating type - single stage compressor, work done, efficiencies,

clearance volume and its effects, multistage compressor, analysis and performance

calculations. Roto-dynamic compressors - Centrifugal compressors, Axial compressors

(qualitative treatment only).

BASICS OF COMPRESSIBLE FLOW - Jet propulsion - types - turbo prop, turbo jet, specific

thrust, propulsive and thermal efficiency. Rocket propulsion - theory, impulse, specific impulse.

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TEXTBOOK

1. P.L. Ballaney, Thermal Engineering : Engineering Thermodynamics and Energy

Conversion Techniques, 5th Edition Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2010.

REFERENCES

1. P.K. Nag, Engineering Thermodynamics, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,

2008.

2. R.K. Rajput , Thermal Engineering (SI Units), 9th Edition, Lakshmi Publishers, 2010.

3. Kadambi and Manohar Prasad, Principles of Energy Conversion, Volumes 1 & 2, Wiley

Eastern, 1999.

4. S.M. Yahya, Fundamentals of Compressible Flow with Aircraft and Rocket Propulsion,

5th edition, New Age International, 2016.

5. J. Selwin Rajadurai, Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering, New Age International,

2003.

6. C.P.Arora, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning, 3rd edition McGraw Hill Education India

Private Limited, New Delhi, 2008.

ONLINE RESOURCE

1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/112106133

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Unit-I Describe the basics of Vapour & Gas power cycles, Steam Turbine & Nozzles.

Unit-II Analyze the basics of performance characteristics of Air standard cycles & its

application in Internal combustion engine.

Unit-III Describe & analyze the Refrigeration & Psychrometric processes & its applications.

Unit-IV Explain the performance characteristics of positive & non positive displacement

Compressors & basics of compressible flow.

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3 0 0 3

Semester: IV

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY – I

Course Objective:

To enable students understand clearly different methods of manufacturing processes i.e.,

casting, forming, machining and joining of metals.

UNIT- I 12 Hours

METAL CASTING: Introduction to Foundry; Pattern - types; Core making; Moulding sand -

properties, ingredients; Moulding - Shell moulding,CO2 moulding; Special casting techniques -

Investment casting, Die casting, Continuous casting, Centrifugal casting; Furnaces - Cupola,

Electric arc, Induction; Elements of gating system for pressurized and non- pressurized system;

Casting defects- causes and remedies.

UNIT- II 11 Hours

METAL FORMING: Hot, cold and warm forming; Forging - types, defects; Extrusion - types,

defects; Drawing-tube drawing, defects; Rolling - types, defects; Sheet metal working - cup

drawing, embossing, coining; Types of dies - Simple, Compound, Combination &Progressive;

Punch and Die clearances.

METAL CUTTING: Lathe -types, apron and tumbler gear mechanism, operations (eccentric

turning, taper turning and thread cutting); Introduction to Capstan & Turret lathes and Automatic

lathe; Drilling machine - types, automatic feed mechanism; Shaping and Planning machines -

types, quick return mechanisms and automatic feed mechanism; Milling machines- types,

operations.

UNIT- IV 11 Hours

METAL JOINING: Introduction to welding; Arc welding - TIG&MIG welding processes;

Electrodes and filler materials; Resistance welding - spot, projection and seam welding; Electron

beam welding; LASER beam welding; Brazing and Soldering; Welding defects - causes and

remedies.

TEXT BOOKS:

1. P.N. Rao, Manufacturing Technology, Vols I &II,Tata Mc Graw Hill, 4th Edition, 2013.

2. S.K. Hajra Choudhury, Nirjhar Roy, A. K. Hajra Choudhury, Elements of Workshop

Technology, Vols I & II, Media Promoters, 2009.

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REFERENCES:

1. W.A.J. Chapman, Workshop Technology, Vols I, II & III, 5th Edition, Viva Books Pvt. Ltd.

- New Delhi, 2005.

2. Serope Kalpakjian and Steven R. Schmid, Manufacturing Engineering and Technology,

7thEdition, Pearson Education - New Delhi, 2013.

3. H.M.T., Production Technology, Tata McGraw Hill- New Delhi, 2001.

4. R.A. Lindberg, Materials and Processes of Manufacture, Prentice Hall of India, 4th

Edition, 1998.

5. Richard W.Heine, Carn R.Loper and Philip C.Rosenthal, Principles of Metal Casting,

Tata Mc Graw Hill, 2nd Edition, 2001.

6. B.S. Nagendra Parashar, R.K.Mittal, Elements of Manufacturing Processes, PHI learning

Private Limited - New Delhi, 2012.

ONLINE RESOURCES

1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/112107144/

2. http://www.nptel.ac.in/courses/112105127/pdf/LM-02.pdf

3. http://www.nptel.ac.in/courses/112105127/pdf/LM-23.pdf

4. http://www.nptel.ac.in/courses/112105127/pdf/LM-20.pdf

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Unit-II Acquire basic knowledge of various forming processes and their respective

equipment.

Unit-III Compare and contrast various conventional machines, mechanisms involved and the

possible operations.

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Semester: IV

KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

Course Objectives:

1. To facilitate the learners to understand the core concepts for designing the mechanisms

in order to accomplish desired motions or tasks.

2. To enable the students to synthesize various mechanical drives as well as to get the

basic knowledge required for design

UNIT: I 15 Hours

MECHANISMS - Links- pairs- chains- mechanisms- Degrees of freedom- Machines -structures -

inversions of four bars & single slider crank chain - Velocity and Acceleration of simple

mechanism by Relative Velocity Method- Coriolis component of acceleration - Instantaneous

centre approach - Analytical solutions for slider crank mechanism.

.

UNIT: II 15 Hours

FRICTION - Types – Rolling friction, sliding friction -Laws of friction-limiting angle of friction-

Bearings –Types. Friction in thrust bearings and collar bearings- calculation of frictional power

loss

FRICTION CLUTCHES - Single plate-multiple plate and cone clutches- Calculation of Power

transmission

BRAKES –types - Radial brakes – Shoe, band, band & block and internal expanding brakes-

Calculation of braking torque.

BELT DRIVES - Flat belt drive – Types, law of belting, Velocity ratio, Tension ratio, Power

transmission - Length of belt- centrifugal tension- initial tension- V-belt drive – Rope belt drive.

CAM DRIVE - Cam and followers – Types – Types of motions– Cam profile for follower motion

(Constant velocity, Uniform acceleration & retardation and Simple Harmonic motion)

UNIT: IV 15 Hours

GEAR DRIVE - Types of gears- law of gearing - Involute and cycloidal gears – Pressure angle -

length of path of contact and arc of contact - Contact ratio- interference-minimum number of

teeth

GEAR TRAINS – Simple, compound, Reverted and Epicyclic gear trains. Velocity ratio

calculations in epicycle gear trains (Tabulation method) -Applications

GYROSCOPIC - Gyroscopic effect & couple (Active and Reactive) –Applications - Analysis of

Reactive gyroscopic effect on aircrafts, ships, four Wheeled and two wheeled vehicles.

TEXT BOOK:

1. Rattan, S.S, Theory of Machines, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2014

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REFERENCES:

1. J.J. Uicker, Pennock G.R and Shigley, J.E., Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, 4th

Edition, Oxford University Press, 2014

2. Thomas Bevan, Theory of Machines, CBS Publication, 2010.

3. P L Ballaney, Theory of Machines, Khanna Publishers, 2005.

4. R. S. Khurmi & J.K Gupta, Theory of Machines, Eurasia Publishing House, 2012.

ONLINE RESOURCE

1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/112104121/

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learner will be able to:

Unit I Analyze various mechanisms with the help of velocity and acceleration diagrams.

Explain theories involved in finding the Power lost and power transmitted due to

Unit II friction.

Distinguish different types of brakes and also compute the braking torque.

Unit III Synthesis belt and cam drive for the required output such as specific amount of

power to be transmitted or specific kind of follower motion.

Unit IV Analyze gyroscopic effect in all sort of Vehicles including ships and aircrafts.

Acquire the knowledge of gear drives on kinematic aspect.

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Semester: IV

Course Objective:

This course enables the learners to

machines, and single phase transformers

2. Gain an introductory knowledge on electric drives

UNIT – I 10 Hours

DC Machines

DC Generators: EMF equation –OCC & load characteristics.

DC Motors: Concept of back e.m.f – Torque – Performance characteristics – Three point and

four point starters.

UNIT – II 10 Hours

Transformers &Three Phase Induction Motors

Transformer: Phasor diagram under no load –R and RL load condition for single phase

transformer – Regulation – Efficiency.

Three Phase Induction Motors: Constructional details – Types – Principle of operation – Torque

versus slip characteristics –DOL and auto transformer starters.

Synchronous Machines & Single Phase Induction Motors

Synchronous Generators: Constructional details– Types – Principle of operation –EMF

equation.

Synchronous Motors: Principle of operation –Methods of starting.

Single Phase Induction Motors: Capacitor start induction run motor, capacitor start and run

motor.

UNIT – IV 15 Hours

Speed Control of DC & AC Drives

Introduction to Drives: Basic elements – Types of electric drives – Factors influencing the choice

of electrical drives – Heating and cooling curves – Loading conditions and classes of duty –

Selection of power rating for drive motors with regard to thermal overloading and load variation

factors.

DC Drives: Speed control of DC series and shunt motors – Armature and field control – Ward-

Leonard control system – Speed control through controlled rectifier and DC chopper (Block

diagram approach only).

AC Drives: Speed control of three phase induction motor – Voltage control – Voltage / frequency

control through inverter – Slip power recovery scheme (Block diagram approach only).

TEXT BOOKS:

1. Edward Huges, Electrical Technology, 12th Edition, Pearson Education Limited, UK.

2016.

2. D. P. Kothari and I. J. Nagrath, Electric Machines, 4th Edition, Tata McGraw Hill. 2010.

3. G.K.Dubey, Fundamentals of Electrical Drives, Narosa Publishers, 2010

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REFERENCES:

1. R. K. Rajput, A Text book of Electrical Machines, 6th Edition, Lakshmi Publishers. 2016.

2. B. L. Theraja and A. K. Theraja, A Text book of Electrical Technology. Vol. II – AC & DC

Machines,24th Edition,S. Chand &Co Ltd. 2008.

3. H. Partab,Art and Science and Utilization of Electrical Energy, DhanpatRai and Sons,

2017.

4. S. K. Pillai, AFirst Course on Electric Drives, Wiley Eastern Limited, 2012

ONLINE RESOURCE

1. NPTEL–http://nptel.ac.in/courses/108105017

2. NPTEL–http://nptel.ac.in/courses/IIT-MADRAS/Electrical_Machines_II/index.php

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

2. OCC and load characteristics of DC shunt generator.

3. Study of DC and AC motor starters.

4. Load test on DC shunt motor.

5. Speed control of DC shunt motor-Armature control method.

6. Speed control of DC shunt motor-Field control method.

7. Load test on single phase transformer.

8. Load test on single phase capacitor start induction run induction motor.

9. Load test on single phase capacitor start capacitor run induction motor.

10. Load test on three phase Squirrel cage induction motor.

11. Load test on three phase slip ring induction motor.

12. Study of converter fed DC drive.

13. Study of chopper fed DC drive.

14. Study of inverter fed AC drive

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of each unit, the learners will be able to:

Unit – II Analyse the working of transformers and three phase induction motors

Unit – III Compare the performance of Synchronous machines with Induction motors

Unit –IV Examine the operational features of various types of machines and choose drives

for desired applications

Upon successful completion of this course, the learners will be able to:

Analyze and compare operation of AC and DC drives

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Semester: V

Course Objective:

1. To Study and acquire knowledge on various engine operations and its performance

characteristics, emission characteristics in the laboratory.

2. To study and acquire knowledge on various compressors and its performance in real life.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

2. Valve and port timing diagrams of I.C. Engines.

3. Load test on constant speed petrol/Diesel engine.

4. Morse test on multi-cylinder engine.

5. Heat balance of a diesel engine.

6. Determination of economic speed of an I.C. Engine.

7. Retardation test to determine friction power of a diesel engine.

8. Analysis of exhaust gases of engines using exhaust gas analyser.

9. Performance test on centrifugal air compressor.

10. Verification of fan laws using a centrifugal compressor.

11. Determination of calorific value of a solid / gaseous fuel.

12. Determination of viscosity of lubricating oils.

13. Determination of flash and fire points of a lubricating oil.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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Semester: IV

Course Objectives:

To enable the students gain knowledge of dimensioning, conventions, fundamental deviations,

system of fits, screwed fasteners, preparing part drawings, assembly drawings and production

drawings of various machine components as per BIS.

THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE:

Dimensioning, Conventions, Abbreviations and symbols)

2. Limits, Fits and Tolerances (computation of fundamental deviations, Fits – shaft and

hole, classification of fits, system of fits – Hole basis & shaft basis system, selection of

fits)

3. Geometry characteristics of symbols and surface textures

4. Screwed fasteners (Screw thread terminology, Forms of screw threads, Bolts and Nuts,

Special types of bolts and nuts, Studs, Set screws, Grub screws and Foundation bolts)

A. PART DRAWINGS:

2. Universal Coupling

3. Plummer block

B. ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS:

1. Knuckle Joint

2. Screw jack

C. PRODUCTION DRAWINGS:

Any Two Industrial components from Shanmugha Precision Forging, a model production

centre of SASTRA

REFERENCES

1. Mathur, M.L. and Vaishwanar, R.S., Engineering Drawing and Graphics, Jain Brothers,

New Delhi, 1993.

2. Bhatt, N.D., Machine Drawing, Charotar Publishing House, 2003.

3. Siddheswar, N. P.Kanniah, and V.V.S. Satry, Machine Drawing, Tata McGraw Hill,

2005

4. Gopalakrishna, K.R., Machine Drawing, Subhas publishing House, Bangalore, 2002

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

machine drawing.

Theoretical Compute fundamental deviations and represent the appropriate fits &

Knowledge tolerances for machine components from the hole and shaft basis

systems.

Use appropriate screwed fasteners for various machine components

assembly.

Part drawings

views and cross-sections.

Assembly drawings Visualize and prepare Assembly drawing from part drawings.

Production drawings Read and prepare the real production drawing used in the industry.

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