Sei sulla pagina 1di 47

# B.

Tech Degree

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

FOR

CREDIT BASED
CURRICULUM

## DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

AGARTALA - 799055
INDIA
3rd Semester

## Code No. Subject Name L–T-P Cr.

UME03B03 Basic Engineering Thermodynamics 3-0-0 3
UME03B04 Engineering Materials 3-0-0 3
UME03B05 Fluid Mechanics-I 3-0-0 3
UME03C12 Mathematics - III 3-0-0 3
UME03C13 Applied Electrical & Electronics Engineering 3-0-0 3

Practicals
UME03P11 Workshop Practice - III 1-0-3 3
UME03P12 M.E Lab 0-0-3 2
UME03P13 Applied Electrical & Electronics Lab 0-0-3 2
Total 16-0-9 22
(UME03B03) BASIC ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (3-0-0) 3

## 1. Definition: Thermodynamic system, control volume, Thermodynamic properties, processes,

cycles, homogenous and heterogeneous system, thermodynamic equilibrium, quasi-static process.
Work Transfer, pdv work, Indicator diagram, free expansion, path function.

2. First Law Of Thermodynamics: Quantity of energy and its measurement. First Law Energy
equation for closed and open loop system under SSSF and USUF condition ; Application of First
Law Energy equation to thermodynamic system components such as boiler, turbine, compressor,
nozzle, expander, pump, condenser; First Law efficiency; First Law analysis of combustion
process.

3. Second Law Of Thermodynamics :Quality of energy and its measurements; Reversible and
irreversible processes; Entropy and its significance; Principle of increase of entropy of the
universe; Carnot cycle; Clausius inequality; Application of second law to various thermodynamic
system;

4. Combination of First and Second Law :First and second law combined, reversible adiabatic
work in a steady flow system, unsteady flow, control system analysis, control volume analysis,
Entropy and disorder, Availability and irreversibility; Second Law analysis of combustion process

## 5. Properties of pure substances : Pure substances, p –v; p – t; t – s and h – s diagrams; Steam

tables; charts of thermodynamic properties, dryness fraction of liquid vapour mixtures. Reactive
mixtures and combustion.

## 6. Introduction of I.C.Engine: Introduction, classification of I.C.Engine, Engine component, The

four stroke cycle, Valve timing, Valve and valve mechanism, Spark ignition four stroke cycle,
carburetor, air-fuel mixture, compression ignition four stroke engine, diesel four stroke engine, fuel
pump & injector, injection nozzle, comparison of four stroke and two stroke engine.

References:
1. Nag, P.K., Engineering Thermodynamics, 3rd ed., Tata McGraw-Hill, 2005
2. Cengal, Y.A and Boles, M.A, Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, 5th ed., McGraw
Hill, 2006.
3. Rajput, R.K.,Thermal Engineering
4. Ballaney, P.L.,Thermal Engineering, Khanna Publishers.
(UME03C12) MATHEMATICS III (3-0-0) 3

1. Mathematical Series: Fourier Series; Half- Range series; Harmonic analysis. Solution in
Series Differentiation and integration of infinite series; Series solution of differential
equations; Bessel and Legendre equations, their series solution, elementary properties of
Bessel functions and Legendre polynomials.

## 2. Complex Variables:Functions of complex variables; Exponential; Trigonometric; Hyperbolic

and logarithmic function; Differentiation; Analytic function; Cauchy Riemann equations;
Conjugate functions; Introduction to two dimensional potential problem; Conformal
transformations; Schwartz- Christoffel transformational; Cauchy‟s integral theorem; Taylor‟s
and Laurent‟s expansion; Branch points; Zeros; Poles and residues; Simple problem on
contour integration.

3. Boundary Value Problem: Equations for vibration of strings; Heat flow and electrical
transmission lines; Laplace‟s equation in cylindrical, Cartesian, polar and spherical polar
coordinates; Solution by separation of variables.

## 4. Integral Transforms:Fourier integral theorem; Fourier transforms; Convolution theorems;

Inversion theorems for Fourier and Laplace transforms; Simple applications of these
transforms to one- dimensional problems.
(UME03B04) ENGINEERING MATERIALS (3-0-0) 3

1. Structure of Materials: Crystalline structure of solids; Concept of unit cell and space lattice;
Miller indices; Crystal structure determination by X-ray diffraction ,optical method, Crystal
structure of ferrous and non ferrous metals; Crystal imperfection

2. Plastic Deformation: Mechanism of plastic deformation; Role of dislocation; Slip and Twinning;
Strain hardening and recrystallisation; Elementary cause and treatment of creep fatigue and
fracture.

3. Phase Diagram: Phase and Phase equilibrium; solidification of pure metals and alloys; Phase
diagrams; Eutectic, eutectoid; Peritectic and peritectoid systems; Allotropy of iron and Fe-C
diagrams.

4. Heat Treatment Introduction and purpose of heat treatment; T-T-T curve and micro constituents
in steel heat treatment process like hardening, tempering, normalizing, annealing; Electrical,
magnetic and optical properties of materials; Surface treatment processes.

5. Engineering Materials: Ferrous ;Pig iron ,Blast furnace, Cast iron, Cupola, steel, steel making
process, Carbon and alloy steel and their coding; Nonferrous; Aluminum; Copper Nickel;
Chromium; Zinc; Lead; Tin; Tungsten etc. and their alloys .Classification; Structure; General
properties and application of polymers, Ceramics and composites.

References:
1. Rajendra & Marikani, “Materials Science” Tata McGraw-Hill Publications.
2. Hazra Chowdhury, “Workshop Technology – I ” Media Promoters & Publishers.
3. Donald S.Clark,and Wilbur R. Varney, "Physical Metallurgy for Engineers", East-West
Press Private limited.
(UME03C13) APPLIED ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (3-0-0) 3

Asynchronous Machines: Three phase induction motor-Principle of operation-Cage and Slip ring rotors.
Torque-Slip Characteristics-Equivalent circuit-Starting and speed control.
Single phase induction motors-Types-Applications-Universal Motor.
SELECTION OF DRIVES: Electric drives-Individual and group drives- Factors governing selection of
drives-Motors for domestic uses.
Cranes, Lifts, General Factory, Textile Mill, Paper Mill, Mining Work, Cement Mill, Machine tools, Belt
Conveyors, Ships, Refrigeration and Air conditioning.
Amplifier Circuits-RC Coupled, Transformer coupled, Direct coupled; Differential Amplifiers
Inverting and Non-inverting amplifiers; Differentiator- Multiplier-Divider, Comparator; VI and IV
converter;
Digital Circuits: D/A and A/D-Types; Sample and Hold Circuit-Multiplexers, De-multiplexers, Decoder
and Encoders.
Practice on RC Coupled amplifier, OP Amp, Multiplexers and De-multiplexers, SCR and Applications,
Power supply and regulator.
(UME03B05) FLUID MECHANICS-I (3-0-0) 3

1. Properties of fluid: Mass and weight density, specific gravity, specific volume, viscosity and
Newton‟s law of viscosity, Compressibility, Types of fluid, surface tension and capillarity.

2. Pressure and its measurement: Fluid pressure at a point and Pascal‟s law, absolute, gauge and
vacuum pressures, pressure variation in a fluid at rest, pressure measurement-Manometers and
Mechanical Gauges.

3. Hydrostatics: Total pressure and centre of pressure for horizontal, vertical , inclined plane
surfaces and curved surfaces submerged in liquid. Total pressure and center of pressure on lock
gates.

4. Buoyancy and flotation: Buoyancy, center of buoyancy , metacentre and metacentric height and
equilibrium of floating bodies, period of oscillation .Kinematics of flow: Types of fluid flow,
continuity equation in three dimensions, velocity potential function and stream function, forced
and free vortex flow.

## 5. Dynamics of flow: Euler‟s equation and Bernoulli‟s equation ,application of Bernoulli‟s

equation-venturimeter, orifice-meter, and pitot tube.

6. Orifice and Notches: Flow through orifices, hydraulic coefficients, time of emptying
hemispherical and horizontal cylindrical tank through an orifice at it‟s bottom. Discharge over
rectangular, triangular and trapezoidal notches, velocity of approach.

7. Laminar flow : Flow of viscous fluid through circular pipe-velocity distribution and average
velocity, Hagen Poiseiulle formula, Kinetic energy correction and Momentum Correction factors ,
Navier-Stokes equation of motion.

8. Turbulent Flow: Reynold‟s experiment, Loss of head due to friction in pipes, Reynold‟s
expression and Prandtl mixing length theory for turbulent shear stress.

References:
1. Bansal, S.K., “Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines” Laxmi Publications.
2. Cengel, Y.A., “Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals & Applications (SI Units)” Tata McGraw-
Hill Publications
3. Jain, A.K., “Fluid Mechanics” Khanna Publishers.
4. Rajput, R.K., “Fluid mechanics & Hydraulic machines 2/E ” S. Chand Publications.
(UME03P11) Workshop Practice III

MACHINE SHOP :-
1. Introduction to the machine tools( lathe ,shaper,planer,drilling etc)
2. introduction to cutting tool, properties of different materials used in cutting
tool,Method of metal cutting.

## FITTING SHOP: 1. Introduction, use of precition tools & jobs

2. To make a fitting as per

## SHEET METAL SHOP: 1.Introduction, sheet metal tools

2. Sheet metal operation - cutting, notching
soldering, brajing
3. job: (a) To make a square tin
(b) To make a round tin with lid
(c) To make “T” pipe joint/ waste paper basket/measuring jar etc.
FORGING SHOP: 1. Introduction, tools & equipment
2. Hand forging & machine forging
3. Forging operation -
4.Defects in forgings.
5. job:
MOULDING SHOP:- 1. Introduction of moulding tools & equipment
2. moulding making
3. melting of metals -
4. advantages of casting & casting defects
5. casting techniques
6. job: (a) to prepre a sand mould , using the single pice pattern
(b) spilt pattern/ loose pice pattern/pattern with core etc..
WELDING SHOP: 1. Introduction of welding equipments and safety measures
2. differents joint of welding& their use
3. welding process
4. Different types of electrode, fluxes & their uses.
5. Practice on setting welding equipment, gas welding
& cutting practice, preparation of simple structures
6. job: different types of welding joint ( lapjoint, butt joint, single „v‟ grove joint.

## (UME03P12) M.E LAB

To draw & study crank, piston, connecting rod, rocker arm mechanism, cam & camshaft, push rod,
bearings.

To draw & study inlet valve, inlet manifold, exhaust valve, exhaust manifold.

To draw & study the model of 4 stroke single cylinder C.I engine.

## Calibration of Pressure gauge.

(UME03P13) APPLIED ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS LAB.

## Speed Control of a three Phase Induction Motor

~0~
B. Tech Degree
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

FOR

CREDIT BASED
CURRICULUM

## NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

AGARTALA - 799055
INDIA
4th Semester

## Code No. Subject Name L–T-P Cr.

UME04B06 Applied Thermodynamics 3-0-0 3
UME04B07 Strength of Materials 3-0-0 3
UME04B08 Fluid Mechanics - II 3-0-0 3
UME04B09 Casting & Welding Technology 3-0-0 3
Numerical Analysis & Computer 3-0-0 3
UME04B10
Programming
PRACTICALS
UME04P14 Strength Of Materials Lab 0-0-3 2
UME04P15 Metal Forming Lab. 0-0-3 2
UME04P16 Fluid mechanics & Fluid Machines Lab 0-0-3 2
UME04P17 NACP Sessional 0-0-3 2
Total 15-0-12 23
(UME04B06) APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS (3-0-0)3

1. Ideal gas , properties of gases and mixtures of gases, enthalpy change of Ideal gas
,specific heat and entropy of gas mixture

2. Air standard cycles ,Otto-cycle, Diesel cycle, Limited pressure cycle, comparison
of Otto diesel and dual cycle, Brayton cycle, Stirling cycle and Ericsson Cycle

## 4. Simple vapour cycles, Rankine cycle, actual Vapour cycle processes,

comparison of Rankine and Carnot cycle, Reheat cycle, Regenerative cycle,
Binary vapour cycles.

6. Reversed Heat engine cycles and heat pump, Bell Coleman cycle, Simple vapour
compression refrigeration cycle, Absorption refrigeration.

References:

## 1. Nag, P.K., Engineering Thermodynamics, 3rd ed., Tata McGraw-Hill, 2005

2. Cengal, Y.A and Boles, M.A, Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, 5th ed.,
McGraw
Hill, 2006.
3. Rajput, R.K.,Thermal Engineering
4. Ballaney, P.L.,Thermal Engineering, Khanna Publishers.
(UME04B07) STRENGTH OF MATERIALS (3-0-0) 3

1. Simple stresses and strains: Stress, strain, types of stresses, elastic limit, Hook’s
law, Analysis of bars of varying sections, law of superposition, composite bar,
thermal stress,thermal stresses in composite bars, elongation of bar due to it’s own
weight, stress-strain diagram.

## 2. Elastic constants: Introduction , longitudinal & lateral strain, Poisson’s ratio,

volumetric strain for rectangular bar, Bulk Modulus , Principle of complementary
shear stress, Relation between various elastic constants .

## 3. Principle stresses and strain : Introduction, Principle planes and principle

stresses, methods for determining stresses on oblique section, Analytical method,
Graphical method, Mohr’s circle, use of Mohr’s circle to find Principle stresses.

Modulus of Resilience, expression for strain energy stored in a body for different

5. Shear force and Bending moment: Introduction, different types of beams and
loads, S.F & BM diagram for a cantilever, Uniformly distributed load, Simply
and Bending moment diagram.

## 6. Torsion of shafts: Introduction , Basic assumptions, Derivation of shear stress

produced in a circular shaft subjected to torsion, Max. torque transmitted by a
circular and hollow circular shaft. Polar modulus , strength of a shaft and
tensional rigidity, composite shafts, combined bending and torsion. Strength of a
shaft of varying cross section.

## 7. Thin and Thick cylinder: Introduction ,Thin cylindrical vessel subjected to

internal pressure, expression for circumferential and longitudinal stress in thin
cylinder , stresses in thick cylindrical shells, stresses in compound thick cylinder.

References:

## 1. Ramamurtham, S., “Strength of Materials”, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, 1974.

2. Khurmi, R.S., “Strength of Materials”, Khanna Publishers.
3. Beer, Johnston., “Mechanics of Materials”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publications
(UME04B08) FLUID MECHANICS-II (3-0-0) 3

## 1. Dimensional and Model Analysis: Dimensions of fundamental and derived

quantities, Dimensional Homogeneity, Reyleigh’s method and Buckingham’s of
pie-theorem, Simlitude, dimensionless, Model Laws, classification of models.

2. Flow through Pipes: Major and minor losses of energies in pipes, Hydraulic
gradient and total energy lines, flow through pipes in series, equivalent pipe, Flow
through parallel pipes, Power transmission through pipes and nozzles, water
hammer.

3. Flow in open channel: Uniform flow through open channels, Chezy’s formula,
Most economical sections of channel. Non-uniform flow-specific energy and
specific energy curve, critical depth and critical velocity, minimum specific
energy, hydraulic jump.

## 4. Boundary Layer Theory: Laminar and Turbulent boundary Layer thickness,

Vonkarman’s momentum equation, Total drag due to Laminar and turbulent
layers on flat plate, separation of boundary layer and it’s control.

## 5. Forces on submerged bodies: Drag and lift on a stationary body by flowing

fluid, expression for drag and lift and dimensional analysis, stream lined and Bluff
bodies, Drag on a sphere and cylinder, Terminal velocity of a body, lift on a
airfoil.

## 6. Compressible flow of Gas dynamics: Thermodynamic relations, continuity

equation, Bernoulli’s equation and momentum equation, velocity of sound in
fluid, Mach no. propagation of pressure waves in a compressible fluid-Mach
angle, zone of action and silence, stagnation properties, Area-velocity relationship
for compressible flow, flow of compressible fluid through nozzles-maximum
mass flow rate and it’s variation, mass flow rate of compressible fluid through
venturimeter, pito-static tube. Normal and oblique shock waves.

References:

## 1. Bansal, S.K., “Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines” Laxmi Publications.

2. Cengel, Y.A., “Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals & Applications (SI Units)”
Tata McGraw-
Hill Publications
3. Jain, A.K., “Fluid Mechanics” Khanna Publishers.
4. Rajput, R.K., “Fluid mechanics & Hydraulic machines 2/E ” S. Chand
Publications.
(UME04B09) CASTING & WELDING TECHNOLOGY (3-0-0) 3
1. Types of production & production processes, product configuration & Manufacturing
requirements.

Casting of ferrous & Non-ferrous metals including Die Casting, Loam moulding,
Investment casting, Centrifugal casting, Continuous casting.

2. Pattern Making & Moulding :- Types of pattern, Pattern material, Pattern making tools
and allowances, Moulding sands and their properties, Sand Testing.

3. Joining Methods :- Welding, Brazing & Soldering, welding processes like fusion
welding, electric arc welding, gas welding, Resistance welding, TIG, MIG, Submerged
arc welding, friction welding,, Newer welding methods.

## 4. Mechanical working of metals :- Hot working, Hot rolling, Piercing or seamless

tubing, Drawing, Deep drawing, Hot spinning, Extrusion.

Cold working, cold rolling, cold drawing, cold bending, cold spinning, cold extrusion,
squeezing, peening, sizing, coining and hobbing, Electro hydraulic forming,
Metallurgical aspects.

5. Smithing and Forging :- Heating devices, forging temperatures, hand tools and
appliances, smith forging operations, forging process, hand forging, power forging,
impression die forging, drop hammers, press forging, machine or upset forging, high
energy rate forging (HERF), Fibrous structure of forging: grain flow, defects in forging,

## 6. Powder Metallurgy :- Process description, manufacture of metal powders, Blending of

powders, compacting, presintering, sintering, secondary operations, isostatic pressing,
metal injection moulding, products of powder metallurgy, advantages of the process,

## 7. Other Methods :- Explosive fabrication, magnetic pulse forming, electroforming, hard

facing, sheet metal work, computers in metal forming technology, CAD/CAM
technology.

References:

## 1. Hazra chaudhury, S.K, “Elements of workshop technology – Vol -1”

2. Jain, R.K., “ Production Technology”
3. Dieter, George E., “ Mechanical Metallurgy”,
4. Methods & Process in Manufacturing by E. Paul Gegarmo & Others.
(UME04B10) NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (3-0-0) 3

Numerical Analysis: Approximation and round off errors; Truncation errors and
Taylor series.
Determination of roots of polynomials and transcendental equations by Newton-
Raphson, Secant and Barstow’s method.
Solution of linear simultaneous algebraic equations by Gauss elimination and Gauss-
Siedel iteration methods.
Curve fitting; Linear and non-linear regression analysis.
Finite Difference Method: Backward; Forward and central difference relations and their
uses in numerical differentiation and integration; Application of different relations in the
solution of partial differential equations, Introduction of Finite Element Method.
Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations by Euler; modified Euler Runge-
Kutta and predictor-corrector method.

## Computer Programming: Introduction to computer programming in C and C++

languages: Arithmetic expressions; Simple programs ( The emphasis should be more on
programming techniques rather than the language itself. The C programming
language is being chosen mainly because of the availability of the compiler, books
and other reference materials.
Example of some C programs; Dissection of the program line by line; Concept of
variables; Program statement and function calls from the library.
C datatypes: int, char, float etc.
C expressions, arithmetic operations, relational and logic operations.
C assignment statements, extension of assignment to the operation; C primitive input
output using getchar and putchar; exposure to the scanf and printf function.
C statements; conditional execution using if, else etc.( Optionally switch and break
statements should be mentioned)
Concepts of loop; Example of loops in C using for-while and do-while( Optionally
continue may be mentioned)
One dimensional arrays and example of iterative programs using arrays; 2-d arrays; Use
in matrix computations.
Concept of sub-programming; Functions; Example of functions; Argument passing
mainly for the simple variables.
Pointers, relationship between arrays and pointers; Argument passing using pointers.
Array of pointer; Passing arrays as arguments.
Strings and C string library.
Structure and unions; Defining C structure; Passing structure as arguments ( Program
examples)
File I/O; Use of fopen, fsanf and fprintf routines.

References.
1. Kandasamy, P., Thilagavathy, K., and Gunavathy, S., “Numerical
Methods”, S.Chand
(UME04P14) STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB.

## i) Rockwell ii) Brinell iii) Vickers etc.

To determine the impact strength of materials with the help of pendulum type impact
testing machine.

To determine tensile properties of ductile material with the help of Universal testing
machine (UTM).

Top determine the compressive properties of non-ductile materials with the help of UTM.

To determine the compressive strength of bridle materials with the help of compressive
testing machine.

## To make a cylinder connector with sheet metal.

Sheet matel work of a) A 10 cm dia right cone cut by a 450 inclined passing through mid
axis, height of the cone is 16 cm (b) Making a kerosene oil cane with the following
measurement.

To study different mechanical properties after annealing, normalizing & hardening heat
treating.

## Making articles with cold spinning.

(UME04P16) FLUID MECHANICS & FLUID MACHINES LAB (0-0-3)2

## Verification of Bernoulli’s equation.

Determination of co-efficient of friction in pipes.
Determination of co-efficient of contraction due to sudden contraction in pipes.
Determination of loss of head due to sudden enlargement in pipes.
Determination of co-efficient of discharge of venturimeter.
Determination of co-efficient of discharge of Orificemeter.
Determination of co-efficient of discharge of flow nozzle meter.

## Laboratory work based on the syllabus of the subject UME04B10.

~0~
B. Tech Degree

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

FOR

CREDIT BASED
CURRICULUM

## DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

AGARTALA - 799055
INDIA
5th Semester

## Course Course Name Credits Subject

Code Type
UME05B11 REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING 3 THEORY
UME05B12 DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I 3 THEORY
UME05B13 THEORY OF MACHINES-I 3 THEORY
UME05B14 I.C ENGINES 3 THEORY
UME05B15 MACHINING AND MACHINE TOOLS 3 THEORY
UME05E01 ELCTIVE-I 3 THEORY
PRACTICALS
UME05P19 MACHINING AND METROLOGY LAB 2 PRACTICAL
UME05P20 I.C ENGINES LAB 2 PRACTICAL
UME05P21 DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I(SESSIONAL) 2 PRACTICAL
UME05P22 REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING LAB 2 PRACTICAL
(UME50B11) REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING (3-0-0) 3

Principles of Refrigeration & Refrigeration cycle: Reversed Carnot Cycle, Steam Jet
Refrigeration System, Refrigerants-Designation and trade name, Physical, Chemical &
Thermodynamic properties of principal refrigerants. Vapour Compression Refrigeration Cycle.
Deviation from actual cycle. Air Refrigeration Systems-Bell-Coleman Cycle, evaporation &
bootstrap evaporation type, T-S & p-h diagrams, COP.

## Absorption System of Refrigeration: Electrolux Refrigerator. Refrigeration Equipments—

Types of Compressors, Condensers & Evaporators. Flash chamber multi compressor, multi
evaporator, production of load, temperature. Electric control. Surface requirements for
evaporators & condensers. refrigeration piping, materials, moisture removal.

## Refrigeration controls—liquid refrigerant control automatic & thermostatic expansion valves,

float valves, section line controls.

## Application of Refrigeration—ice making, food preservation, household refrigerators, cold

storage.

Psychrometrics: Atmospheric air, air and humidity, terms and calculation, psychrometric
chart, air humidity processes, humidification &dehumidification, By-pass factor, summer and

## Comfort air conditioning: effective temperature, comfort chart, ventilation requirements.

and their relationships, direct solar radiation on a vertical, horizontal, inclined surface, heat gain
through glass, effect of shading devices, heat transfer in building structures through walls and
roofs. Empirical methods to evaluate heat transfer through walls and roofs, infiltration, passive
heating and cooling of building. Air distribution system, basic theory, air duct losses, design of
air duct system, air delivery and distribution.
Air conditioning systems: unit conditioners, central air conditioning, control of air conditioning
infiltration, occupants, electric lights &appliances, product load, outside air and ventilation,
SHR By-pass factor, ADP, refrigeration load. Fluid flow and pressure loss, equivalent length
system & duct design, air distribution system, basic control system. Solar heating and cooling,
air conditioning through solar system, building designs for air conditioning
References:
1. Arora,C.P.,―Refrigeration and Air Conditioning”,2nd ed., Tata McGraw-Hill2000.
2. Ananth Narayanan, ―Basic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning‖, Tata McGraw-Hill
3. Khurmi, Gupta, ―Refrigeration and Air Conditioning”, S. Chand Publishers
(UME05B12) DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I (3-0-0)3

## 1. Fundamentals of Machine Design – Design philosophy, Various considerations in machine

design .Design Procedure, Common engineering materials, I.S.I. specification on steels.

## 2. Stresses in machine elements: Types of Simple stresses , Stress strain relationship,

Factor of safety.
3. Design for Strength : Design for static loading, Theories of failures, Stress Concentration
4. Fasteners : Types of fasteners, Design of Cotter and knuckle joint, Design of Key, Coupling
:Types ,use, Design procedure, working principle of rigid and flexible rubber-bushed couplings.
5. Design of Permanent Joints: Rivets, Types and use of rivet joint , Types and efficiency,
design procedure, Welded joint. Bolted Joint.
6. Power Screws: Power Screw, drives and their efficiency, Design of power screws
7. Design of Shaft :shaft and its design based on strength, Design of shaft for variable load and
based on stiffness, Combined bending and Twisting moment.
8. Springs: Introduction to Design of Helical Springs Design of Helical Springs for Variable

References:
1. Shigley, J.E., Mechanical Engineering Design, 5th ed., McGraw-Hill, 1989.
2. Bhandari, V.B., ―Design of Machine element‖ Tata McGraw-Hill
3. Bhandari, V.B., ―Introduction to Machine Design‖ Tata McGraw-Hill
4. Khurmi, R.S., Gupta, J.K., ― A Text book of Machine Design‖ S. Chand Publication.
(UME05B13) THEORY OF MACHINES - I (3-0-0) 3

1. Machine and mechanism: Definition, Mechanism and Machine, Link, Kinematic Pair,
Degrees of freedom, Kinematic chain, Various types of joints, Degrees of freedom for plain
Mechanism, Inversion, Different types of kinematic chain and their inversions.

## 2. Velocity and acceleration in mechanism Analysis of Reciprocating Engine mechanism

and Four bar mechanism; Relative velocity method; Velocity and acceleration in Four bar,
Slider crank Mechanism; Instantaneous center Method, Kennedy’s Theorem, Mechanical
Advantage, Corioli’s Acceleration Component, Synthesis of Mechanism, Pantograph, Scott-
Russel indicator diagram, Daris and Ackermenn steering mechanism, Hook’sjoint.

## 3. Belt, Rope and Chain drive.

4. Brakes and Dynamometers Introduction, Types of Brakes (Simple Block, Band, Band
&Block brake), Breaking of a Vehicle, Dynamometer, Absorption and transmission
Dynamometer.

5. Gears and Gear Train Introduction, Gear classification and Terminology, Law of Gearing,
Velocity of sliding, Forms of teeth, length of Arc & path of contact, Interference, Minimum
number of teeth required to avoid interference, Types of Gear Train, Velocity ratio in
different Gear train arrangement, Epicyclic Gear train, compound Epicyclic Gear train.

## 6. Cams: Introduction; Types of followers; Cam profile Nomenclature; various types of

motion of the follower-Uniform motion, Simple Harmonic, Uniform Acceleration and
Retardation, Cycloidal; Cam profile construction for various types of followers.

References:

## 1. Shigley, J.E., Vicker Jr., J.J., Theory of Machines and Mechanisms,

McGraw-Hill, 1995.
2. Rao, J.S. and Dukkipati, R.Y., Mechanism and Machine Theory, 2nd ed., Wiley Eastern Ltd.,
1995.
3. Rattan, S.S., ―Theory of Machine” Tata McGrawHill Publications.
4. Khurmi, R.S., Gupta, J.K., ―Theory of Machine” S. Chand.
(UME05B14) I.C ENGINE (3-0-0) 3

1. Basic types of engines, air standard cycle, fuel air cycles, actual cycles, losses in actual
engine operation, mep, thermal efficiency. Desirable characteristics of fuels for I.C. engines.
Octane number, cetane number, performance numbers. Properties of air-petrol mixtures.

## 3. Diesel injection system, fuel pump, fuel injectors and nozzles.

4. Battery ignition system, Magneto injection system, Electronic ignition system using contract
breaker, ignition system and spark advance.

1. Theories of combustion in S.I and C.I. engine, methods of reduction of detonation and
knock.

2. Combustion chamber types in S.I. and C.I. engine, Supercharging, Scavenging of I.C.
engines, two stroke S.I and C.I. engines.

3. Lubrication of I.C. engines, properties of lubricating oils, lubricating systems, cooling of I.C
engines, air and water cooling systems.

4. Fundamentals of free piston and rotary engines, performance and testing of I.C. engines,
Pollutant emission- formation and control.

References:
1. Ganesan, V., ―Internal Combustion Engines”, 2nd ed., Tata McGraw-Hill, 2003.
2. Sharma, Mathur,. ―Internal Combustion Engines‖, Dhanpat Rai & Sons.
3. Crouse, Anglin., ―Automotive Mechanics‖ Tata McGraw-Hill
4. Kirpal Singh, Automotive Engineering, Vol. I & II, Standards Publishers, New Delhi,
2002.
(UME05B15) MACHINING & MACHINE TOOLS (3-0-0) 3

## Machining:- Tool geometry, mechanism of chip formation. Mechanics of machining. Cutting

temperature: causes, effects, estimation, measurement and control. Cutting fluid applications.
Failure modes, wear and life of cutting tools. Cutting tool materials. Role of geometrical and
process parameters and cutting fluid on machinability. Mechanics of grinding. Economy of
machining and grinding. Special techniques and advanced technology of machining and grinding.

Machine tools:- Concept and definition of machining and machine tools. History of developments
of machine tools. Concept of producing geometrical surfaces by generatrix and directrix. Kinematic
systems and structures of conventional machine tools. Electromechanical and hydraulic drives and
control of machine tools. Machine tool automation. Classification and specification of machine
tools. Construction, working principle and application of various semi-automatic and automatic
lathes. Flexible automation : need, principle and advantages. Basic constructional features, working
principle and application of CNC machine tools, machining center and FMS.

References:

## 1. Jain R.K., Production Technology, Khanna Publishers, 2001

2. Hajra Choudhry, Elements of Workshop Technology, Vol – II Dhanpat Rai & Sons, 1992.
3. HMT Production Technology, Tata Mc Graw-Hills Publishing Co. Limited, 1994.
4. Chapman, W.A.J., Workshop Technology, Vol - II, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Ltd.,
1986.
(UME05E01) ELECTIVE-I (3 - 0 - 0) 3

List of Electives

##  Advanced Metrology & CAI

 Production Planning & Control
 Theory of Elasticity & Plasticity
 Turbo Machinery
 Measurement in Thermal System
 Solar Thermal Energy

## Study reciprocating sealed compressor.

Study of thermostatic switch used in refrigerator, water cooler, air-conditioner and testing of the
refrigerator thermostic switch.

## Study of a vapor absorption refrigeration unit.

~0~
B. Tech Degree

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

FOR

CREDIT BASED
CURRICULUM

## NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

AGARTALA - 799055
INDIA
6th Semester

## Code No. Subject Name L–T-P Cr.

UME06B17 Design of Machine Element-II 3-0-0 3
UME06B18 Vibrations & Control 3-0-0 3
UME06B19 Heat & Mass Transfer 3-0-0 3
UME06B20 Engineering Management 3-0-0 3
UME06B21 Instrumentation & Measurement 3-0-0 3
UME06B22 Elective-II 3-0-0 3
PRACTICALS
UME06P23 Heat & Mass Transfer Lab 0-0-3 2
UME06P24 Design of Machine Element-II Sessional 0-0-3 2
UME06P25 Measurement Lab 0-0-3 2
Total 18-0-9 24
(UME06B17) DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENT-II (3-0-0) 3

## 1.Fatigue consideration in design

-Variable load- basic concept, Patterns of load or stress variations, S-N curve-
fatigue strength and endurance limit, Factors influencing fatigue, Effect of stress
concentration and fatigue stress concentration definition and its estimation from geometric stress
concentration factor , Goodman and Soderberg's relations,design for infinite life and finite life
Worked out examples on fatigue design problems

## 2.Design of gear tooth

Gears-types and application and gear terminology ,Analysis of forces on spur, and helical
gears,Bending and contact stress in gear tooth,Lewise equation for design,Dynamic loading and
wear-Buckingham equations for design,Force analysis on bevel and worm gears ,Design
approach for bevel gears- equivalent tooth,Design of fixed ratio gear box- general design
procedure, Determination of bearing reaction due to gear forces.

## 3.Design of sliding and journal bearings

Types of lubrication- hydro dynamic, hydro static and EHD lubrication, Petroff's
equation and the bearing characteristic number,Lubrication regimes- boundary and film
lubrication, Hydro dynamic bearings- Pressure distribution-eccentricity and minimum film
thickness,Reynolds equation,Heat generation and thermal equilibrium.

## 4.Design/analysis of Brakes clutches and fly wheels

Brakes and clutches -need and functioning, Plate clutches- design for uniform
pressure and wear, brake-design/analysis, Flywheel- Coefficient of fluctuation of speeds,
fluctuation of energy, energy stored in flywheel. Stresses on flywheel ring, arms, Design of
shafts, hub and Key. Design of flywheel.

References:

## 1. Shigley, J.E., Mechanical Engineering Design, 5th ed., McGraw-Hill, 1989.

2. Bhandari, V.B., “Design of Machine element” Tata McGraw-Hill
3. Bhandari, V.B., “Introduction to Machine Design” Tata McGraw-Hill
4. Khurmi, R.S., Gupta, J.K., “ A Text book of Machine Design” S. Chand Publication.
(UME06B18) VIBRATION & CONTROL (3-0-0)3

1. Undamped free vibration of single degree of freedom system, damped free vibration,
forced vibration of single degree of freedom system, resouance, forced vibration with
constant harmonic excitation, forced vibration with rotating and reciprocating unbalance.

2. Forced vibration with excitation of support, forced vibration with coulomb damping&
viscous, damping. Determination of equivalent viscous damping from frequency-response
curve. Vibration isolation and transmissibility.

3. Vibration control: Introduction, Vibration Isolation theory, Isolation theory for harmonic
excitation, Practical aspects of vibration analysis, Shock isolation, Dynamic vibration
absorbers, Vibration dampers

## 5. Critical speed of shaft.

6. Torsional vibration- Single rotor, two rotor, and three rotor system.

## 7. Forced torsional vibration with a geared system. Vibration measuring instruments-

seiosmometer, accelerometer.

References:

## 3. Khurmi, R.S., Gupta, J.K., “Theory of Machine” S. Chand.

4. Rao, J.S. and Gupta, K., Introductory Course on Theory and Practice of Mechanical
Vibration, New Age International Pvt. Ltd., 1984.

5. Thomson, W.T., Theory of Vibration with Applications, CBS publishers, New Delhi,
1990.

## 6. B.C.Kuo, “ Control Theory”.

(UME06B19) HEAT AND MASS TRANSFOR (3-0-0) 3

## 1. Introduction :Various methods of heat transfer, Fourier’s, Newton’s and Stefan

Boltzman’s Law. Combined modes of heat transfer, thermal diffusivity, overall heat
transfer coefficient.
2. Conduction :The thermal conductivity of solids, liquids and gases, factor influencing
conductivity, measurement. The general differential equation of conduction. One
dimensional steady state conduction, linear heat flow through a plane and composite wall,
tube and sphere, critical thickness of insulation. Effect of variable thermal conductivity.
Conduction with heat sources, heat transfer from rods heated at one both ends. Heat
transfer from fins of uniform cross-section. Errors of measurement of temperature in
thermometer wells.
3. Convection (Forced) :Introduction, laminar boundary layer equations on a flat plate and
in a tube, laminar forced convection on a flat plate and in a tube, simple Reynold’s
analogy. Dimensional analysis of forced convection, empirical relationship for forced
convection.
4. Convection (Natural) :Dimensional analysis of natural convection; empirical
relationship for natural convection. Convection with phase change. Description of
condensing flow. A theoretical model of condensing flow. Boiling heat transfer,
Empirical relationships for convection with phase change.
5. Heat Exchangers :Different types of heat exchangers; Determination of heat exchanger
performance, Heat exchanger transfer units, Analysis restricted to parallel and counter
flow heat exchanger. Effectiveness, NTU.
body relation exchange between surfaces of unit configuration factors. Grey body relation
exchange between surfaces of unit configuration factors. Electrical analogy to simple
problems. Non-luminous gas radiation. Errors in temperature measurement due to
7. Introduction to Mass Transfer : Mass and mole concentrations, molecular diffusion,
eddy diffusion, Molecular diffusion from an evaporating fluid surface, Introduction to
mass transfer in laminar and turbulent convection, Combined heat and mass transfer, the
wet and dry bulb thermometer.
References:
1. Incropera, F.P. and Dewitt, D.P., “Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Tran5fer”, 5th ed.,
John
Wiley,2002.
2. Holman, J.P., “Heat Tran5fe”r, 9th ed., McGraw-Hill, 2004.
3. Ozisik, M.N., “Heat Tran5fer - A Basic Approach”, McGraw-Hill, 1985.
4. Cengel, Y.A., “Heat Tran5fer - A Practical Approach”, McGraw-Hill, 1998.
5. Rajput, R.K., “Heat & Mass Transfer” Khanna Publishers.
(UME06B20) ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (3-0-0) 3

Industrial Engineering :-
Concept of Industrial Engineering- its role & applications, Operation Research, Work study :
time & motion study, Method study , Principles of motion economy, Workplace layout, Stop
watch time study, SIMO chart, Man-machine chart, Therbligs, PMTS, MTM, Worksampling.

Organisation: -
Organisation structures, Types, Principles of organization structures, Features of various
Ownerships, Company formations- its management and finance, Public limited & private limited
company.

Material Management: -
Functions of material management, Inventories- its types, Just In Time (JIT) inventory, Concept
of EOQ & EBQ, Simple EOQ model with and without stock outs, Simple EOQ model with
varying demand and production, P- type & Q- type of inventory policies, Selective inventory
control like ABC, VED, SDE techniques etc.
Production Planning & Control :-
Functions and role, Value analysis, Exponential smoothing constant and moving average method
in demand and production forecasting, Break even analysis.
Quality Management :-
Quality vs reliability, Quality maintenance and quality assurance, SQC technique, Acceptance
sampling, Concept of TQM, ISO Standards.

Plant Layout :-
Location factors, Principles and design, Types of layout, Tools & technique.

Plant Maintenance :-
Break down, Scheduled and Preventive maintenance, Steps in preventive maintenance, TPM
concept.
Operational Research :-
Concept of O.R, Methods of O.R, Concept of optimization, Linear programming, simplex
method Transportation problem, Queuing theory. Decision theory, Integer programming,
Revised simplex method, network techniques (PERT & CPM), theory of games, Simulation
Technique.

Reference Books:
1. Industrial Engineering & Production By M. Mahajan, Dhanpat Raj & Sons
Management Publication
2. Industrial Engineering & Management By O.P. Khanna, Dhanpat Raj & Sons
3. Industrial Engineering & Management By Bunga & Sharma, Khanna Publishers
4. Work Study ILO
5. Operation research --- Taha.
6. Operation Research – Hira Gupta.
(UME06B21) INSTRUMENTATION & MEASUREMENT (3-0-0)3

## 1. Basics of measurement: Characteristics of measuring instruments, elements of an

instrument, calibration of instruments, generalized measuring system and functional elements,
static and dynamic performance characteristics of measurement devices, accuracy, Precision,
Resolution, Threshold, Sensitivity, Linearity, Hysteresis, Dead Band, Backlash, Drift calibration,
and types of error in instruments, statistical analysis of errors., selection of instruments.
(2) Basic Statistical Concepts : Types of Measured Quantities (Discrete and Continuous),
Central Tendency of Data, Mode, Median, Arithmetic Mean, Best Estimate of true Value of
Data,Measures of Dispersion, Range, Mean Deviation, Variance, Standard Deviation, Normal
Distribution, Central Limit, theorem, Significance Test, Method of Least Squares, Graphical
Representation and Curve Fitting of Data.

## 2. Sensors and Transducers :Types of sensors, types of transducers and their

characteristics.
3. Signal transmission and processing: Devices and systems. Signal Display & Recording
Devices
4. Measuring Standards: Classification of standards, basic standards used world wide, airy
points for minimum deflection

## 5.Speed measurement, various types of Tachometer, Stroboscope, Measurement- of

displacement and angular velocity

## 7. Measurement of pressure : Gravitational, Directing acting, elastic and indirect type

pressure transducers, Measurement of very low pressure.

8. Strain Measurement : Types of strain gauges and their working, strain gauge circuits ,
Temperature compensation, Strain rosettes

## 9. Temperature Measurement: By thermometers, bimetallic, Thermocouples, thermistors

and pyrometers.

10. Measurement of Flow : Obstruction meters, Variable head meters, Hot wire and
magnetic meters, Ultrasonic flow meters etc.

11. Vibration and Noise measurement : Seismic Instruments, Vibration pick ups and
decibel meters .
11. Force measurement & Torque Measurement : Beam balance, various types of load
cells, Various types of dynamometers, characteristicsof dynamo meters, direct power
measurement systems.
References:
1.. Doeblein E.O., “Measurement Systems, Application Design”, McGraw Hill, 1990.
2. Kumar D S, “Mechanical Measurements and Control Engineering” Metropolitan Book
Company, New Delhi (2001)
3. Sawney R, “Instrumentation and Mechanical Measurements”, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New
Delhi (2003)
4. Holeman J P, “Experimental Methods for Engineers”, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing
Company, Delhi (1998)
5.. Measurement and Instrumentation in Engineering, Francis S. Tse and Ivan E. Morse, Marcel
Dekker.
6. Principles of Measurement and Instrumentation – Alan S. Morris Prentice Hall of India.
7. Mechanical Measurements: T.G. Beckwith, W.L. Buck and R.D. Marangoni Addison Wesley.
New York (1990)
8. Instrumentation, Measurement and Analysis – B.C. Nakra and K.K. Chaudhary, TMH

## 9. Sirohi, “Mechanical Measurement” New Age Publishers

10. Jain, R.K., “Mechanical Measurement” Khanna Publishers
11. Raven, “Automatic Control Theory”, McGraw Hill Publishers.
12 Nagrath and Gopal, “Control System Engineering”, New Age Publishers.

(UME06B22) ELECTIVE-II

LIST OF ELECTIVES

##  Experimental stress analysis

 Cutter & Tool Design
 Surface Engineering
 Quality Assurance & Reliability
 Applied Computational Methods in Mechanical Science
 Optimization Method in Engineering
 Cryogenics
 Fuels & Combustion

## Study of heat transfer in natural convection.

Heat transfer study in parallel flow, counter flow heat exchanger walls.

## Study of heat transfer through fin tube heat exchanger.

Heat transfer study shell & tube heat exchanger.

## (1)Estimate the Response times.

(a) Mercury – in glass thermometer
(b) Thermocouple
(c) Electrical resistance thermometer
(d) Bio-metallic strip

(2)To study the working of Bourdon Pressure Gauge and to check the calibration of the gauge in
a dead-weight pressure gauge calibration set up.

(3)To study a Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) and use it in a simple
experimental setup to measure a small displacement.

(4) To measure the stress & strain using strain gauges mounted on simply supported
beam/cantilever beam.

## (5) To measure static/dynamic pressure of fluid in pipe/tube using pressure transducer/pressure

cell.

(6) To test experimental data for Normal Distribution using Chi Square test.

(7) Study & working of simple measuring instruments. Like vernier calipers,micrometer,
tachometer etc.
(8) Measurement of effective diameter of a screw thread using 3 wire method.
(9) Measurement of angle using sinebar & slip gauges.
(10) Study of limit gauges.
(11) Study & angular measurement using level protector
(12) Adjustment of spark plug gap using feeler gauges
(13).Study of Vernier Height Gauge
(14). Measurement of various elements of Gear

~0~
B. Tech Degree

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS
FOR
CREDIT BASED
CURRICULUM

## DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

AGARTALA - 799055
INDIA
7th Semester

## Code No. Subject Name L–T-P Cr.

UME07B23 Thermal Power Engineering 3-0-0 3
UME07B24 Theory of Machine-II 3-0-0 3
UME07B25 Non Traditional Manufacturing 3-0-0 3
UME07E01 Elective-III 3-0-0 3
UME07E02 Elective-IV 3-0-0 3
PRACTICALS
UME07P26 Thermal Power Lab. 0-0-3 2
UME07P27 Mechanical Vibration Lab 0-0-3 2
UME07P28 Project (Part-I) 0-0-3 10
UME07P29 Seminar-I 0-0-3 2
Total 15-0-9 31
(UME07B23) THERMAL POWER ENGINEERING (3-0-0) 3

GENERATORS

## 1. Combustion equipment for burning coal, fuel bed combustion, mechanical

furnaces. Fluidized bed combustion.

2. Boiler-mounting & accessories, fire tube boilers, water tube boilers-La Mont
boiler, Loeffler boiler-Benson Boiler. Drum internals, steam drum separation,
water wall, air preheater, economizer, super-heater & electrostatic precipitators,
steam generator, losses & heat balance.

## 3. Principle of circulation-natural forced circulation, drafts-natural, forced, induced

& balanced drafts, pressurized fluidized bed boiler. Flow through nozzle, nozzle
shape, critical pressure ratio, maximum flow, effect of friction in nozzle flow
under-expansion & over-expansion in nozzle, super saturated flow through
nozzle.

STEAM TURBINE

## 1. Principles of action of turbines, classification. Flow through impulse turbine

its advantages, velocity compounded impulse, reheat factor, internal efficiency.
State point locus.

2. Flow through reaction turbine blading, velocity diagram, degree of reaction, blade
work, blade height. Stage efficiency, optimum velocity ratio, axial thrust in
reaction turbine, number of parallel exhausts.

## 3. Back pressure turbines, pass-out turbines, mixed-press turbine. Losses in turbines,

principles of turbine governing.

References:

## i) Thermal Power - P.L. Balaney.

ii) Gas Turbine – V. Ganesan.
iii) Thermal Engineering – Khurmi & Gupta.
(UME07B24) THEORYOF MACHINE – II (3-0-0) 3

## 1. Inertia Force Analysis In Reciprocating Parts : Introduction , D-Alembert’s

principle, Velocity and Acceleration of the piston- Analytical & graphical, Torque
in the crankshaft neglecting inertia and friction; Various forces acting on the
reciprocating part considering friction and inertia but neglecting weight of the
connecting rod , Correction couple ,Dynamically Equivalent system , Torque on
crankshaft considering weight of connecting rod.

## 2. Gyroscope: Principle of gyroscope couple; Effect of gyroscope couple and

centrifugal force on vehicle taking a turn ; Stabilization of sea vessels.

## 3. Turning Moment Diagram and Flywheel:- Turning moment diagram for

different types of Engines Fluctuation of energy and speed ;Flywheel; Flywheel
Rim dimensions ; Operation of flywheel in punching press .

## 4. Governor: Simple functioning of a Governor, porter, Proell, Hartnell and spring

controlled , governor effect ,Power stability ; Inertia effects .

5. Balancing: Balancing of rotating masses in the same and different planes ; Static
& Dynamic balancing ; Balancing of masses; Sawing couple ; Hammer blow ,
tractive force , Primary and secondary balancing of a Locomotive and Internal
combustion Engine; Balancing of V-Engines ; Balancing machines.

References:

## 1. Shigley, J.E., Vicker Jr., J.J., Theory of Machines and Mechanisms,

McGraw-Hill, 1995.
2. Rao, J.S. and Dukkipati, R.Y., Mechanism and Machine Theory, 2nd ed., Wiley
Eastern Ltd.,
1995.
3. Rattan, S.S., “Theory of Machine” Tata McGrawHill Publications.
4. Khurmi, R.S., Gupta, J.K., “Theory of Machine” S. Chand.
(UME07B25) NON TRADITIONAL MANUFACTURING (3-0-0) 3

Needs of manufacturing industries and the concept of surface integrity. The role of newer
& innovative processes for the solutions

Impact erosion and the evaluation for impregnation of foreign bodies. Theory and
application of Abrasive Jet, Water Jet, Abrasive Flow, Ultrasonic, Total Form Machining
and Low stress Grinding.

## Theory and applications of Chemical Processing: Chemical Machining, etching of

semiconductors, coating and Electroless forming and CVD.

## Theory and applications of Electrochemical machining and grinding including,

Electrochemical sharpening, polishing, honing and deburring, surface treatment, coating
and Electroforming.

## Thermal energy methods of material processing (machining, welding, cladding, alloying

and heat-treatment): Electro-discharge, Laser, Electron beam, Plasma arc, Plasma spray,
Ion beam and PVD.

## Hybridization of processes for improving process capability and surface integrity.

Explanation of some processes like ECDG, ultrasonic and Laser assisted processing,
Generative manufacturing and introduction to rapid prototyping.

REFERENCES:

## 1. V.K.Jain, Advance Machining Processes, Allied Publisher Bombay

2. Ghosh and Malik, Manufacturing Science,EWP Private Ltd.
3. P.C.Pandey, Modern Machining Processes, TMH Publication, New Delhi
4. Benedict G.F., Non Traditional Manufacturing Processes, Marcel Dekker
6. D.Kochan, Solid Freeform Manufacturing.
(UME07E01 & UME07E02) ELECTIVE-III & IV

List of Electives

##  Ergonomics & Workstation Design

 Product Design for Manufacturability & Assembly
 Engineering Economics & Costing
 Industrial Robotics & Artificial Engineering
 Automobile Engineering
 Composite Material
 Propulsion
 Industrial Tribology
 Aerodynamics
 Energy Audit & Management
 Power Plant Engineering

## 1. Vibration kinematics concepts

2. Mathematical Modeling using Equivalent Mass and Spring
3. Free Vibration of Undamped, Underdamped and Overdamped
Systems
4. Logarithmic Decrement
5. Harmonic Excitation of Undamped, Underdamped Systems
6. Transient Response of Underdamped Systems--Step Input and
Impulse Input
7. Combined Vibration--Harmonic Excitation with Initial Displacement and Velocity
8. General Forced Response
9. Base Excitation
10. Frequency Response Function

## (UME07P29) SEMINAR - I (0-0-3) 10

~0~
B. Tech Degree

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

FOR

CREDIT BASED
CURRICULUM

## DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

AGARTALA - 799055
INDIA
8th Semester

## UME08B01 Compressible Flow & Jet Propulsion 3-0-0 3

UME08B02 Advanced Machine Design 3-0-0 3
UME08B03 Behavioral Science & Management 3-0-0 3
UME08E01 Elective-V 3-0-0 3
UME08E02 Elective - VI 3-0-0 3
PRACTICALS
UME08P01 Project (part - II) 0-0-3 10
UME08P02 Comprehensive Viva Voce 0-0-0 2
UME08P03 Seminar-II 0-0-3 2
Total 15-0-6 29
(UME08B01) COMPRESSIBLE FLOW & JET PROPULSION (3-0-0) 3

Adiabatic flow, Rayleigh line & pressure ratio, temperature ratio, heat added to the
system. Adiabatic flow friction factor, Fannoline, normal shock & oblique shock,
Prandtl-Meyer flows. Governing equations for inviscid-compressible flows - Static and
stagnation properties - Speed of sound and Mach number. Isentropic flow through
variable area passage ducts - Choking of flow. Normal and oblique shocks - Prandtl-
Meyer flows. Fanno flow - Rayleigh flow.

## Fundamentals of jet propulsion - Propulsion cycle - Power and efficiency calculations -

Turbojet, turbofan, and turboprop engines - Fundamentals of rocket propulsion.Ramjet
engine, Pulse-jet engine, Turbo-jet engine, Turboprop engine, Thrust equation, Ram
efficiency, Thermal efficiency of turbo-jet engine, Propulsion efficiency, Overall
efficiency of a propulsive system. Introduction to rocket propulsion. Performance,
difference of the Air breathing engine & Rocket engine, Rocket propellant.

References:
1. Yahya, S.M., Fundamentals of Compressible Flow with Aircraft and Rocket
Propulsion, 3rd ed., New Age International Publishers, 2003.
2. Oosthuizen, P.H. and Carscallen, W.E., Compressible Fluid Flow, McGraw-Hill,
1997.
3. Zucker, R.D. and Biblarz, 0., Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics, 2nd ed., John Wiley,

## 1.Optimization Technique for Design.

Optimization,Optimum design, Methamatical Methods of optimization,Johnson”s
Method of Optimizaton.

## 2. Design of Principal parts

Design of Crankshaft, Connecting rod, Cylinder, Cylinder head,Piston

3. Belt Drives
Flat Belt Drives, Types,Belt materials,Belt slip and Creep, Design procedure of Flat and
V-belt

## 3. Design of Material Handling System.

Material Handling System, Design principles, Design of Convayer belt,wire ropes.

## 4. Design of Gear box.

Design of general purpose Gear box, Automobile Gear box, Machine tool Gear box,

5. Cams
Basic curves, Cam size Determination, Calculating Cam profile, Advanced curves,

References:

## 1. Bhandari, V.B., “Design of Machine element” Tata McGraw-Hill

2. Khurmi, R.S., Gupta, J.K., “ A Text book of Machine Design” S. Chand Publication.
3. S.P.Patil.,”Mechanical System Design”Jaiko publishinh House.
(UME08B03) BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE & MANAGEMENT (3-0-0) 3

Organisational Behaviour
Attitude, Personality, Leadership Process and Style, Perception, Motivation Theory,
Performance Appraisal.

Organisation Structure
Organization Structure and Chart, Power and Authority, Delegation of Authority,
Centralisation and Decentralization, Formal and Informal Organisation,Organisational
Change and Development.

Industrial Relation
Collective Bargaining, Conflict Management, Group Behaviour, Trade Unions,
Grievance Handling, Participative Management, Training and Development,

Labour Relation
Labour Wealfare, Social Security, Social insurance, Safety and Health, Wage and Salary
Administration, Discipline, Labour Legislation, Factories Act,1948.

Reference Books:

## 1. Industrial Relation, S.S.Khanka, S.Chand and Sons.

2. Organisation Behaviour, L.M.Prasad, S.Chand and Sons.
3. Personnel Mangement, C.B.Memoria,Himalaya Publication.
4. Organisational Behaviour, K.Devis, Tata McGraw Hill.
5. Organisational Behaviour, F.Luthans, Tata McGraw Hill.
6. Personal/Human Resource Mnagement, S.P.Robins & D.A.Decenzo, PHI
(UME08E01 & UME08E02) ELECTIVE – V & ELECTIVE – VI

LIST OF ELECTIVES

##  Computational Fluid Dynamics

 Numerical methods in Design & Analysis
 Mechatronics
 Condition Monitoring & Adaptive Control
 Biomechanical System Design
 Design for Assembly & Automation
 Non Destructive Testing
 Product Design and Process Planning
 Pollution Control & Environmental Management
 MEMS & Nanotechnology
 Design of Solar Energy System
 Renewable Energy
 Fracture Mechanics
 Finite Element Method (FEM) in Engineering.