Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):
 Our graduates will have sufficient understanding of the fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering to establish themselves as professionals in the chosen industry.
 Our graduates will be equipped with analytical and critical skills for a continued lifelong learning, teaching and research.
 Our graduates will have good communication skill, teamwork, awareness of professional ethics and social issues to enable them to contribute effectively in their professional career and social development.
Programme Outcomes (POs):
 An ability to apply knowledge of graphical concepts, governing equations and mathematics to solutions of problems associated to the discipline
 An ability to analyze a problem, formulate and implement solutions based on mathematics and engineering science.
 An ability to work effectively as an individual as well as a member of a team and provide technical and visionary leadership to others.
 An ability to apply ethical and legal principles of the engineering practice and an awareness of social issues and responsibilities.
 An ability to communicate effectively on engineering topics with a range of engineering community in particular and society in general
 Awareness of the requirement of and ability to engage in continuing professional development.
 An ability to learn and use modern tools and techniques for computing practice.
 An ability to conduct investigation of complex problems using researchbased knowledge and methods.
 An understanding of the impact of computer engineering solutions to society and environment.
 An ability to apply management principles in multidisciplinary projects .
 Course Structure And Syllabus
Department:Mechanical Engineering
Programme: Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Year I Semester I
Course Code  Course Title  L T P C  

ME 4301  Strength of Materials & Machine Theory  3 1 0 4  
ME 4302  Fluid Mechanics & Machines  3 1 0 4 
Bridge Year : Semester II
Course Code  Course Title  L T P C  

ME 4401  Mechanical Component Design & drawing  3 1 2 5  
ME 4402  Thermal Engineering  4004  
ME 4403  Production Technology  4025  
ME 4451  Comprehensive Mechanical Lab  0042  
ME 4477*  Computer Application in Mechanical Engineering  1043 
Year I Semester I
Course Code  Course Title  L T P C  

ME 5101  Operations Research  3 1 0 4  
ME 5102  Fluid Mechanics  4 0 2 5  
ME 5103  Mechanics of Solids  4 0 0 4  
ME 5104  Dynamics of Machines  4 0 0 4  
ME 5105  Heat and Mass Transfer  4 0 0 4 
Year I : Semester II
Course Code  Course Title  L T P C  

ME 5201  Machine Design  4 0 2 5  
ME 5202  Manufacturing Science  4 0 0 4  
ME 5203  Industrial Engineering  3 0 0 3  
ME 5204  Refrigeration and Air Conditioning  3 1 0 4  
ME 5205  Instrumentation & Control Engineering  3 0 0 3  
ME 5206  Elements of Mechatronics  3003  
ME 5251  Experimental Techniques  0042  
ME 5289  Seminar  0042 
Year II : Semester I
Course Code  Course Title  L T P C  

** 60**  Open Elective  3 0 0 3  
ME 6101  Energy Conversion Techniques  4 0 0 4  
ME 6102  Numerical Control and CAM  3 0 0 3  
ME 6103  Power Plant Engineering  2 0 2 3  
ME 60**  ElectiveI  3 0 0 3  
ME 60**  Elective II  3 0 0 3  
ME 6199  Project – Part I  0 0 4 2  
ME 6179  Industrial Training *  2* 
Year II : Semester II
Course Code  Course Title  L T P C  

ME 60**  ElectiveIII  3 0 0 3  
ME 60**  ElectiveIV  3 0 0 3  
ME 6251  Advanced Laboratory Practice  0 0 6 3  
ME 6299  Project – Part II  0 0 8 4  
ME 6290  Comprehensive Viva     2  
ED 6288  Extracurricular activities & discipline     2 
COURSE CONTENTS
ME 4301 : Strength of Materials & Machine Theory : 4 Credits (310)
Unit I  Introduction to Strength of Materials : Basic concepts and definitions; Elastic constants, concept of direct & induced stresses, thermal stresses etc. Stressstrain relationship, Equilibrium equation (2D), Straindisplacement relationship. Biaxial Tension and Compression. Compound stress and strain, Principal stresses and strains, strain rosettes, Mohr’s circle for stresses.  6 lectures 
Unit II  Torsion : Torsion of circular shaft, Angle of twist, torque & power; spring (helical, leaf, etc). Stresses in Beams : Shear force (SF) and Bending moment (BM) diagrams, Points of inflections; Point of contraflexture.  5 lectures 
Unit III  Bending stresses in beams , various beam sections, their properties & IS codes, Shear stresses in beams, its variation over different crosssections. Introduction to deflection of beams. Double Integration Method, Moment area method, Castigliano’s theorem  10 lectures 
Unit IV  Theories of failures: Maximum principal stresses, maximum shear stress theory, Mohr’s Diagram; Maximum strain theory, total strain energy theory, octahedral shearing stress theory.  5 lectures 
Unit V  Theory of Column and Strut: Eccentric Loading of a short strut, long column, Euler’s Column’s formula, Secant’s formula, Empirical Column’s formula.  5 lectures 
Unit VI  Kinematics and kinetics, mechanism and structures; Degree of freedom and its determination, lower pairs and higher pairs, types of motions, links, joints and kinematic chains, inversions, Grashoff’s criteria. Miscellaneous mechanisms. Methods of velocity analysis & acceleration analysi  6 lectures 
Unit VII  Balancing : Static and dynamic balancing of rotating masses. Brakes and Dynamometers : Different types of brakes and Dynamometers, Working principles, Applications.  5 lectures 
Text/References:
 Strength of Material  G.H.Ryder, McMillan; ELBS Edition.
 Strength of Materials – Nash, Schaulm series.
 Elementary of strength of material  Timeshenko& Young, EWP
ME 4302 Fluid Mechanics and Machines : 4 Credits (310)
Unit I  Characteristics of fluids; Continuum principle; Langrangian&Eulerian approach; Control volume & system; Fluid properties (Viscosity, compressibility,surface tension &vapour pressure); Hydrostatic thrust on immersed plane & curved surfaces; Centre of pressure; Buoyancy; Metacentre; Stability of immersed and floating bodies.  6 lectures 
Unit II  Kinematics of fluids: Velocity & acceleration; Rotational & irrotational flow: Circulation &vorticity: Flow characteristic – stream line, steak line &pathline: Velocity potential & stream function: Flow net: Basic flows and the corresponding velocity potential & stream functions.  6 lectures 
Unit III  Fluid dynamics: Fundamental & subsidiary governing equations; Continuity equation; NavierStokes equation (Statement only): Euler’s equation of motion: Momentum equation & its application: force caused by a jet striking a surface, force caused by flow round a pipe bend, Momentum theory of a propeller, etc.,) Steady flow Energy equation: Energy Correction and Momentum correction factors.Bernoulli’s equation, application of Bernoulli’s equation – Pitot tube, venturimeter, nozzle &orifice.  8 lectures 
Unit IV  Laminar & Turbulent flow in pipes; Shear stress & velocity distribution; Major and minor losses in a piping system; Pipes in parallel & series. Power transmission through pipes.  4 lectures 
Unit V  Dimensional analysis; Dimensional homogeneity; Buckingham л – theorem; Important dimensionless parameters & their significance; Definition of geometric, kinematic & dynamic similarities.  4 lectures 
Unit VI  Reciprocating pumps and their characteristics; Rotodynamic machines – Centrifugal pump; Pelton wheel; Francis & Kaplan turbines; Characteristics of rotodynamic machines; Cavitation.  14 lectures 
Text/References:
 Mechanics of fluids, Massey, Nelson Thornes 6 lectures
 Fluid Mechanics, Douglus, J.F. et al. Pearson Education Pte.Ltd
 Fluid Mechanics, Som, S. K.
 Fluid Mechanics, Mohanty, A. K., PHI
 Fluid Mechanics and Machines, Jain, A. K., Khanna
 Hydraulic machines  Jagadishlal.
 Pumps, fans, compressors  Cherkasky
 Hydraulic machines:Theory and design  Vasandani..
ME 4401 Mechanical Component Design & Drawing : 5 Credits (312)
Unit I  Introduction to Design: Design criteria for machine elements, design against deflection and stiffness, factor of safety, stress concentration factor, stress concentration under static load. Materials and their Properties: Static strength, strength, hardness and hardenability, impact properties, creep and temperature properties, different engineering materials and their properties. Design of Rivets, Screws, Bolts and Connections.  8 lectures 
Unit II  Fasteners, rivets, bolts, screws, etc., thread standards and definitions, mechanics of power screws, bolted joints in tension,compression, torque requirements, bolt preloading  6 lectures 
Unit III  Design of riveted joints, bolted joints and welded joints. Cotter and knuckle joint and design of power screw.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Keys and couplings : Design of different keys, design of couplingrigid coupling and flexible coupling.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Shafts: Introduction, design under static loading, transmission of shafting, design for torsional rigidity.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Mechanical spring: Stresses in helical springs, deflection equation, design against static load, helical torsion spring, multi leaf nipping.  7 lectures 
Text/References:
 Machine Design (SI) – Hall, TMH
 Design of Machine elements  V.B.Bandari, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
 Design of machine elements  J.E.Shiegley, McGraw Hill.
 Design of machine elements M.F.Spott, PHI.
ME 4402 : Thermal Engineering : 4 Credits (400)
Unit I  Introduction and scopes, thermodynamics systems, surroundings, open system and closed systems, thermodynamics states, process and cycles, microscopic point of view, properties Intensive and Extensive properties, thermodynamic equilibrium, Quasistate processes, Zeroth law of thermodynamics, heat and work, path function and state function, PV diagrams, work done at moving boundary for a quasi static process. First law of thermodynamics for a closed system undergoing process, different types of non flow processes and their thermodynamic analysis from first law, first law of thermodynamic for an open systems, internal energy enthalpy steady flow energy equation and its application to different flow processes.  10 lectures 
Unit II  Second law of thermodynamic – limitations of first law of thermodynamics, concept of heat engines and heat pump, classical statement of second law of thermodynamics and their equivalence, concept of reversible and irreversibility processes, factors affecting reversibility of a process. Corollaries of second law of thermodynamics, reversible cycle and its efficiency, thermodynamic temperature scale, Clausius inequality, enthalpy, entropy change during process. Temperature – Entropy diagrams, principle of entropy increase.  8 lectures 
Unit III  Gas laws, ideal gases, equation of state, CP and CV definition and relations properly relations, PVT surfaces, properties of pure substance, use of properties table and charts of pure substance.  6 lectures 
Unit IV  Air standard cycle: Joule cycle, Otto cycle, dual cycle , efficiency of cycles, mean effective pressure, steam power cycles Rankine cycle, modified Rankine cycle, efficiency calculations. Combine first and second laws : Lost work, concept of availability and energy, properties of mixture of ideal cycles, analysis of thermodynamic cycles.  12 lectures 
Unit V  Thermodynamic Relations: Maxwell's relation, coefficient of expansion and compressibility, energy relations for a simple systems, specific heat relations, JouleThomson coefficient, relations of enthalpy and entropy.  6 lectures 
Unit VI  Introduction to Heat Transfer : Fourier’s law of heat conduction, thermal conductivity of materials, one dimensional heat conduction problems through plain and composite walls, cylinders, spheres, composite spheres/Newton law of cooling, concept of free and force convections and simple problems. Radiation heat transfer : Absorption, reflection and transmission of radiation, concept of black body and Grey body, Plank’s law, Stefan–Boltzman law . Relation between emissivity and absorptivity, heat transfer coefficient for radiation.  14 lectures 
Text/References:
 Applied Thermodynamics – Rajput, Laxmi
 Heat and Thermodynamics  Zemansky.
 Thermodynamics  P. K. Nag, TMH
 Introduction to Thermodynamics  Rogers & Mayhew, Pearson
ME 4403 : Production Technology : 5 credits (402)
Unit I  Fundamentals of metal cutting, mechanism of chip formation, etc., Tool geometry, tool signature in ORS., General purpose machine tools and operation mechanisms  8 lectures 
Unit II  Calculation of cutting force and tool life. Parameters that affect tool life, etc.  8 lectures 
Unit III  Newer and advanced machining processes: USM, ECM, EDM, etc.  8 lectures 
Unit IV  Indexing of milling machines, thread rolling, die sinking, CNC lathe.  8 lectures 
Unit V  Pattern making, Moulding, Moulding processes, and Core making. Melting furnaces, Felting and heat treatment of castings.  8 lectures 
Unit VI  Plastic deformation of metals, recrystallization. Deformation by slip and twinning, Hot/warm forming, cold forming. rolling, forging, drawing, and stamping, Piercing, shearing, coining, punching and extrusion.  8 lectures 
Unit VII  Welding processes and applications. Arc welding, TIG welding, MIG welding.  8 lectures 
Practice in Machine Shop & Welding Shop. 
Text/References:
 Manufacturing science  Ghosh&Mallick, East West Preass
 Fundamentals of Metal cutting and Machine tools  G.Boothoyd.
 Production Technology  HMT Publication.
 Non conventional machining  P.K.Misra
 Manufacturing Technology (Vol I & II), Rao, TMH
 Principles of Metal Casting B.Ravi
ME 4451 Comprehensive Mechanical Lab. : 2 Credits (004)
Experiments in Gas Dynamics lab, Fluid Power Lab., IC Engine lab & Thermal Engineering (2 hrs)
Experiments in Metrology lab, Strength of Materials lab & Kinematics and Dynamics lab (2 hrs)
Gas Dynamics & Fluid Power Lab
 Visualization of external & internal flows in a smoke tunnel
 Forced vortex
 Flow through venturimeter/nozzle
 Flow through pipes
 Performance of centrifugal pump
 Performance of hydraulic turbines (Pelton/ Francis)
 Cavitation test of pump
I.C. Engines lab
 Characteristics of Diesel Engine (2 hrs)
 Characteristics of petrol engine (2 hrs)
Heat & Mass Transfer Lab
 Study of two stage reciprocating compressor (2 hrs)
 Determination of thermal conductivity of liquids (2 hrs)
Metrology lab
 Inspection of Jig plate (2 hrs)
 Measurement of taper angle by sine bar (2 hrs)
Strength of materials lab
 Tensile & compression test of MS / Aluminum rods (4 hrs)
 Charpy&Izod impact test for MS/Aluminum (2 hrs)
 Determination of material properties of non metals (2 hrs)
Kinematics & Dynamics lab
 Determination of stiffness of helical springs (2 hrs)
 Study of rotating mass balancing (2 hrs)
 Study of internal / external gear trains (4 hrs)
 Study of kinematics of mechanism trainer (2 hrs)
ME 4477* Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering: 3 Credits (104) [Audit Course]
Unit I  Orientation to various programming languages: C, C++, Turbo C++, VB, Matlab etc. Development of some programs using the above languages.  4 lectures 
Unit II  Programming structures, development of algorithm, Debugging, Compiling, Program execution, Interpretation and presentation of results.  4 lectures 
Unit III  Use of common softwares in Mechanical Engg: ANSYS, Proe, AutoCAD, CATIA etc.  6 lectures 
Text/References:
 C or C++, Gottfried (Schaum Series), TMH
ME 5101 : Operations Research : 4 Credits (310)
Unit I  Linear Programming Introduction, feasible solution, equality principle, formulation procedures. Simplex algorithm and its variants, Sensitivity analysis.  9 lectures 
Unit II  Application of LP to transportation & Assignment problems dual simplex method.  5 lectures 
Unit III  Introduction to Integer programming, Cut plane method, Game theory – various solution methods.  6 lectures 
Unit IV  Introduction to Dynamic programming, Goal programming, Non Linear programming, Genetic Algorithms, and Simulated Annealing.  8 lectures 
Unit V  Queuing theory Poisson's arrival, Exponential service times, basic equation, single channel models, Simulation, Monte Carlo Techniques, use of random numbers, applications in maintenance problems, optimal size of repair crew and queuing.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Inventory and product control problems  EOQ, Production run, shortage, quantity discount, ABC analysis, Replacement models  capital equipment, PV, ARP, IRP, Payoff period, MAPI method.  7 lectures 
Text/References:
 Operations Research, Iyer, TMH
 Engineering Optimisation, S.S.Rao, New Age
 Operations Research By H.A.Taha
 Algorithmic approach for Operations Research By B.Gillet
ME 5102 Fluid Mechanics : 5 Credits (402)
Unit I  Relative equilibrium – Pressure distribution in a fluid mass under Steady linear acceleration and fluid mass under uniform rotation; Problems.  6 lectures 
Unit II  Similitude & Model Testing – Dimensional Analysis review; Geometric, kinematic and dynamic similarity of fluid motion; Model testing ; Distorted models; Problems.  6 lectures 
Unit III  Theory of ideal flow – flow net and their construction, basic patterns of flow (Review of Rectilinear flow, source and sink, vortex flow).Hydrodynamic Combination of basic flows and analysis (Doublets; Half body; Rankine oval; Flow past circular cylinder with and without circulation); KuttaJukowskii’s law; Magnus effect; Problems.  6 lectures 
Unit IV  Theory of viscous flow – Viscous effect; displacement thickness, momentum thickness and energy thickness; boundary layer theory; Laminar and turbulent boundary layer analysis for Viscous flow over smooth flat plate at zero pressure gradient; effect of pressure gradient; Boundary layer separation and control; Flow past immersed bodies**; Lift and drag; Problems.  12 lectures 
Unit V  Theory of compressible flow – Generalised Energy equation; energy equation for compressible flow; Stagnation & critical properties; Isentropic flow through variable area duct; Nozzle operation; normal shocks; solution of problems without tables and charts.  10 lectures 
Unit VI  Introduction to Industrial Hydraulics – Basic elements of fluid power system; Simple Hydraulic and pneumatic circuits; Fluid logic elements; Fluid logic gates.  6 lectures 
Unit VII  Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics – Flow models&governingequations (No derivations); Discretization of PDEs; Principles & applications.  7 lectures 
Gas Dynamics lab
 Study of Boundary layer development (2 hrs)
 Study of flow past circular cylinder (finding Pressuredistribution & drag components) (2 hrs)
 Flow characteristics over an aerofoil section (4 hrs)
 Flow through Convergentparallel/convergentdivergent nozzles (2 hrs)
 Demonstration of Schlieren apparatus/ 3 component electronic balance (2 hrs)
 Study of Major and Minor losses in a piping system (2 hrs)
 Graphical solution of ideal flows around simplegeometry bodies (4 hrs)
 Study of hydraulic elements on a hydraulic trainer (2 hrs)
Text/References:
 Mechanics of Fluids  B.S. Massey, Nelson
 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics – Fox & McDonald
 Fluid Mechanics – F. M. White, TMH
 Fluid Mecahnics  J.F.Douglas, et.al., Pearson
 Fluid Mechanics for Engineers  V.L Streeter &F.B.Wylie, MGH
 Viscous fluid flow  F.M.White, MGH
 Gas Dynamics  E.Rathakrishnan, PHI
ME 5103 Mechanics of Solids: 4 Credits (4 0 0)
Unit I  Triaxial stress and strain, equilibrium equations, strain and displacement equation, compatibility equations (strain, stress). Stressstrain relationships in 3D; Principal stresses in 3D.  10 lectures 
Unit II  Principal planes in 3D, Mohr's circle diagram in 2D and 3D.  9 lectures 
Unit III  Deflection of beams, differential equation of the elastic line, moment of area method, deflection by superposition, strain energy of bending. Deflection due to shearing strain; stresses in beams, bending stresses in unsymmetrical beams, curve bars  9 lectures 
Unit IV  Stresses in thin and thick cylinders, Lame's equation, Barlow’sEquation; compound thick cylinders.  9 lectures 
Unit V  Statically indeterminate beams, method of superposition, theorem of three moments.  9 lectures 
Unit VI  Castigliano's theorem and its application to statically indeterminate problems.  9 lectures 
Text/References:
 Advanced mechanics of solids  Boreri, et.al., John Wiley and Sons, NY
 Advanced solid mechanics  L.Srinath, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
 Advanced solid mechanics  Kumar &Ghai, Khanna, Publishers, New Delhi
ME 5104 Dynamics of Machines: 4 Credits (400)
Unit I  Dynamics Fundamental: Introduction, dynamic model, D'Alembert Principles, Energy method Virtual work. Force Analysis: Static force analysis – static equilibrium of two and three force members, members with two forces and torque. Dynamic Force Analysis: Force analysis of a four bar mechanism, slider crank mechanism, Whitworth quick return mechanism.  10 lectures 
Unit II  Force analysis of linkages with more than four bars, shaking forces and shaking torque. Kinematic synthesis of mechanisms  10 lectures 
Unit III  Flywheel; Characterizing curves, Engine Dynamics: Balancing of reciprocating masses. Balancing of single and multi cylinder engines, balancing of linkages.  9 lectures 
Unit IV  Governors: Introduction, types of governors and its working principles, sensitiveness of a governor, haunting, Isochronism, stability. Effort of a governor, power of a governor, controlling force characteristics. Introduction to Vibration.  9 lectures 
Unit V  Transmission System: Flexible drives belt, chain, rope drives, Clutches and Cams. Analysis and design of cams – Graphical methods.  10 lectures 
Unit VI  Gyroscope: Gyroscopic torque, gyroscopic effect on naval ship, stability of an automobile, stability of a two wheeler.  8 lectures 
Text/References:
 Theory of Machines – Shiegley, McGraw Hill
 Theory of machines & mechanism  R.L.Norton, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
 Theory of machines  Rattan., Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
 heory of machines  Abdulla and Sharif
ME 5105 Heat & Mass Transfer : 4 Credits (4 0 0)
Unit I  Introductory concepts, modes of heat transferconduction, convection and radiation, basic equation and application; Generalized conduction differential equation simple steady and unsteady state solutions, One dimensional heat conduction with or without heat generation, composite walls, cylinder and spheres, electrical analogies of thermal system.  9 lectures 
Unit II  Extended surfaces (fins) general equation, temperature distribution, heat flow, fin efficiency, effectiveness, variable area, circumferential fin, pin fins of variable area. Twodimensional heat conduction analytical and graphical methods of solution, shape factors, numerical methods and it's application.  9 lectures 
Unit III  Review of definition and various laws of thermal radiation, black body, real surfaces, radiation properties, gas radiation, shape factor, radiating surfaces, electrical analogy, gray surfaces, radiosity, irradiation, 3surface system, radiation shield, errors in temperature measurements.  9 lectures 
Unit IV  Mass transfer: Molecular diffusion, equimotor counter diffusion, diffusion into a stationary medium, convective mass transfer, numerical problems. Convective heat transfer: Concept of boundary layer, velocity boundary layer, thermal boundary layer, turbulent and laminar flow, continuity equation, momentum equation, energy equation, solution for laminar flow, integral equation.  10 lectures 
Unit V  Dimensional analysis, Nusselt number correlation, constant heat flux, turbulent flow, flow across cylinders, flow across tube banks, force convection for internal flowLaminar and turbulent.  9 lectures 
Unit VI  Natural convection, Grashoff number analytical method, integral method, practical correlation, constant heat flux, horizontal and incline flat surfaces & cylindrical surfaces, simplified correlation for air, combine forced and free conversion. Types of heat exchangerLMTD, correlation factor, effectiveness, special cases, NTU, methods, storage type exchangers, Boiling processes and mechanism (basic idea only).  10 lectures 
Text/References:
 Heat transfer  J.P.Holman, TMH
 Fundamentals of heat transfer –Incropera
 Fluid Mechanics – F. M. White, TMH
 Fundamentals of heat & mass transfer – Dewitt, JW
 Heat transfer  S.P.Sukhatme
ME 5201 Machine Design : 5 Credits (402)
Unit I  Attributes of Design Engineers; Design philosophy and design process; Design evaluation methods; Linear weighting scale method; AHP model; Failure theories  5 lectures 
Unit II  Design Under Fatigue Loading: Stress concentration, reduction of stress concentration effect. Fluctuating stresses, fatigue failures, endurance limit, notch sensitivity, SNN diagrams, reverse Unit stress design in fatigue, Soderberg and Goodmann diagram, fatigue design under combined loading.  9 lectures 
Unit III  Introduction to CAD packages in design and their utilisation for designing and drafting.  5 lectures 
Unit IV  Design of gears: Spur gears: force analysis, beam strength, tooth stresses, wear strength of gear tooth, module based on wear strength, design of gears for maximum power transmitting capacity. Helical gears: Terminology, force analysis, beam strength of helical gears, effective load on gear tooth, wear strength of helical gears.  10 lectures 
Unit V  Sliding contact bearing & lubrication: Basic module of lubrication, Petroff's law, stable lubrication, thick film lubrication, hydrodynamic theory, design consideration, pressure fed bearing, bearing design, thrust bearing.  9 lectures 
Unit VI  Rolling contact bearing : Bearing life, bearing load, selection of ball, straight roller and taper roller bearings, lubrications.  9 lectures 
Unit VII  Design of pressure vessels and dynamic design of shafts. Case studies.  9 lectures 
Text/References:
 Mechanical Engg. Design  Shiegley and Mischke, McGraw Hill.
 Design of Machine Elements  M.F.Spott, PHI
 Design of Machine Elements V.B.Bandari, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi
 Design of Machinery  R.L.Nortron, McGraw Hill.
ME 5202 Manufacturing Science : 4 Credits (400)
Unit I  Force analysis, Merchant's circle diagram. Principle of minimum energy consumption concept, Lee and Shaffer solution, Economics of machining.Heat generation and cutting tool temperature.  12 lectures 
Unit II  Tool geometry and introduction to tool design  8 lectures 
Unit III  Force analysis in forming and rolling operations, calculation of roll pressure, etc., Force analysis in extrusion operation, frictional and frictionless drawing, extrusion and tube drawing.  12 lectures 
Unit IV  Forgeability, theory of forging and mixed friction in forging and die design for forging.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Metal transfer in arc welding, electron beam welding, LASERWelding.  9 lectures 
Unit VI  Special casting processes, Gating and Rising design, solidification, High pressure moulding, charge calculation in melting.  8 lectures 
Text/References:
 Manufacturing Science  A.Ghosh and A.K.Mallik, Affiliated East West Press
 Manufacturing Technology (Vol I & II) – Rao, TMH
 Mechanical Metallurgy  G.Dieter, MGH International
 Techniques of press working  D.Eary et.al., PHI
 Welding and welding processes  R.S.Parmar, Khanna
ME 5203 Industrial Engineering : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  History and development of I.E. Work study use and application, techniques, Human factors in WS. Method Study Objectives, basic procedure in various chart, use of photographic techniques, SIMO charts, principles of motion economy.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Work measurement: Purpose Basic procedure, various chart of management, time study, work sampling, predetermine time studiesanalytical estimation.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Production Planning and Control  function, plant layout methods, forecasting techniques  time series, Causal models.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Aggregate planning, disaggregation,  Introduction, Routing, dispatching m/c loading, scheduling, product sequencing, process control.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Material handling systems: Modes of material handling, Ages.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  MRPI and MRPII, MPS, Bill of Materials, Introduction to ERP, SCM and CRM.  7 lectures 
Text/References:
 Industrial Engineering and Production Management  M.Mahajan, DhanpatRai
 Problems & solutions in production and operations management  S.N.Chary, TMH
 Industrial Engg. & Management – Banga, Khanna
 Production and operation management  Martinch, WSE
 Motion and Time study : Design and measurement of work  Ralph M.Barnes
ME 5204 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning : 4 Credits (310)
Unit I  Introduction: Concept of heat Engine, heat pump and refrigeration, efficiency and COP, Ideal refrigeration cycle–Reverse Carnot cycle, Unit of refrigeration, refrigeration effect, different types of refrigeration systems.Air refrigeration system , air refrigerator, Bell Coleman cycle, Reverse Brayton cycle–ideal and actual cycles analysis. Air cycles for aircraft – simple system, Bootstrap system. Regenerative system, Reduced Ambient system, concept of dry air rated temperature.  8 lectures 
Unit II  Simple saturated vapor compression refrigeration system, limitation of reversed Carnot cycle with vapor as a refrigerant, pressure volume, temperature–entropy diagram, pressure–enthalpy diagram, Actual vapour compression cycle and deviation from ideal conditions and their effects on cycle performance, use of tables and charts for solving problems, production of low temperature  compound vapour compression and cascade systems.  8 lectures 
Unit III  Vapour absorption refrigeration systems, principles, different refrigerants–absorbent combination, ideal and actual systems, ideal COP of absorption refrigeration systems, solar refrigeration.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Refrigerants types, designation of refrigerants, their properties, desirable properties of an ideal refrigerants, selection of refrigerants, impact of refrigerants on global warming and ozone depletion, global warming potential and ozone depletion potential, environmentally friendly refrigerants, secondary refrigerants and its applications.  6 lectures 
Unit V  Air Conditioning : Working substance in air conditioning, psychometric properties  wet bulb temperature, dry bulb temperature, thermodynamic wet temperature, relative humidity, humid specific heat, etc., use of psychometric chart to determine properties, air conditioning processes – sensible and latent heating, humidification and dehumidification, sensible heat factor, bypass factor, mixing of air streams, summer and winter airconditioning , industrial airconditioning.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Introduction to steam jet refrigeration, thermoelectric refrigeration, vortex tube refrigeration and pulse tube refrigeration.  6 lectures 
Text/References:
 Refrigeration & air conditioning – Arora, TMGH
 Basic refrigeration – Dosat, MGH
 Fundamentals of heat & mass transfer – Dewitt, JW
 Heat Transfer, J.P. Holman, MGH
ME 5205 Instrumentation and Control Engineering : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Basics of measuring instruments, study of transducers, display and recording instruments.Control system. Feed back. Open & closed loop system. Elements of Electrical, Electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic and Microprocessor based control  10 lectures 
Unit II  Static and dynamic characteristic of instruments.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Principles of automotive controls, open and closed loop systems. Transfer function, proportional, derivatives and integral control.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Transient and steady state response, frequency response and analysis.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Root locus method, stability analysis.  6 lectures 
Unit VI  Principles of hydraulic and pneumatic control.  5 lectures 
Text/References:
 Automatic Control engineering  F.H.Raven, McGraw Hill
 Modern Control engineering  K.Ogata, PHI.
 Measurement System : Application & Design  Doeblin., TMH
 Instrumentation – Kumar, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.
ME 5206 Elements of Mechatronics : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Elements of Mechatronics system. Control system. Feed back. Open & closed loop system. Microprocessor based control. Application of Mechatronics system: CNC, Automatic camera, engine management system, FMS, etc.,  8 lectures 
Unit II  Digital logic fundamentals: Logic gates: AND, OR, NOT, NOR, XOR, NAND gates. Combination gates. Boolean representation. Sequential logic. Decoder, Flipflops, and registers.  8 lectures 
Unit III  Sensors &Transducers: LVDT, encoder, Velocity, acceleration sensors, proximity sensors, photoelectric sensors, etc., Sensors in robotics.  10 lectures 
Unit IV  Actuators: Electrical actuators, Solenoids, relays, speed controls, stepper motor control. Mechanical actuators  Hydraulic & pneumatic actuation systems, Valves and its control etc., Mechanical elements: Cam, gear & ratchet drive, Recirculated ball screw drives, etc.  8 lectures 
Unit V  Application of Microprocessor in Mechanical engineering. Programmable Logic controller (PLC): System Block Diagrams, Ladder Diagram: Basic Components and their symbols, switch controlling a solenoid, Temperature control, Cylinder sequencing, Timers, delays, counters, etc., PLC programming  8 lectures 
Text/References:
 Onwubolu,G.C., Mechatronics – Principles and applications, Elsevier Publications
 Mechatronics – Electronics Control Systems in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering – Bolton W., Pearson EducationPvt. Ltd
 HMT, Mechatronics, TMH
 Singh, M.D & Joshi, J.G, Mechatronics , PHI
 De Silva, C.W. Mechatronics: An integrated approach, CRC Press.
 Programmable Logic Controller – FESTO Pneumatics, Bangalore
ME 5251 Experimental Techniques : 2 Credits (004)
Experiments in HMT lab./ Computer Lab – 2 hrs Experimental exercises in Computer lab, Industrial Engg. lab, Metrology & Material Science lab, and Kinematics & Dynamics lab – 2 hrs

Heat & Mass Transfer Lab
 Study of convective heat transfer (2 hrs)
 Fluidised bed combustion (2 hrs)
 Study of RAC systems (2 hrs)
 Study of Boiling heat transfer (2 hrs)
Computer lab (8 hrs)
 Programming, compilation & running the program and analysis of result of simplex algorithm/ network problems/ simulation methods
 Comparison of results above with standard software available in the lab
Kinematics & Dynamics lab
 Study of Gyroscope (2 hrs)
 Study of reciprocating mass balancing (2 hrs)
 Study of cam profiles (2 hrs)
 Vibration study on universal vibration apparatus (2 hrs)
Industrial Engineering lab / Metrology & Material Science Lab
 Experiment on Physiological Status of Different Subjects (2 hrs)
 Practice on Rating in Time Study (2 hrs)
 Practice on Method Study and Principles of Motion Economy (2 hrs)
 Metallographic study of test specimens [Microscopic] (4 hrs)
List of experiments above may change depending on availability of new equipments
Texts/reference
 Experimental methods  J. P. Holman
 Lab. Manuals
ME 5289 Seminar : 2 Credits (004)
Seminar I :  Self introduction – Students will introduce themselves in 34 minutes time each without any aid such as blackboard, powerpoint presentation etc 
Seminar 2 :  Students will prepare a report on any non technical/non scientific topic and present the same within 67 minutes each 
Seminar 3 :  Student will prepare and present a complete technical report on any interdisciplinary topic in 810 minutes time each. 
Seminar 4 :  Students will prepare a complete review report and present any topic related to Mechanical engineering in 1215 minutes time each. 
ME 6101 Energy Conversion Techniques. : 4 Credits (400)
Unit I  Steam power systems; Steam generator Introduction (Review) draught  natural draught, induced draught, forced draught and balanced draught, manometer draught gauge, calculation of chimney height, and chimney diameter, condition for maximum discharge through the chimney, steam jet draught, chimney efficiency. Evaporation rate, performance, boiler efficiency, factor affecting boiler: efficiency, boiler trial, heat balance.  9 lectures 
Unit II  Introduction and classification of steam nozzles, isentropic flow in nozzle, velocity of steam leaving the nozzle, PV, hs and Ts diagram. Classification of stream turbine, simple impulse turbine, reaction turbine, pressure compounded impulse turbine, velocity compounded impulse turbine, impulsereaction turbine, velocity diagrams.  12 lectures 
Unit III  Performances of steam turbine, diagram efficiency, energy converted to heat by friction, stage efficiency, velocity diagram for Parsons reaction turbine, degree of reaction of turbines.  9 lectures 
Unit IV  Regenerative cycles, reheat factor, governing of steam turbine, methods of governing, back pressure and pass out turbines.  9 lectures 
Unit V  Steam condenser, classification of steam condenser, Jet and surface condenser, types of surface condenser, comparison of Jet and surface condenser, mass of circulating water required in condenser, air removal methods, vacuum efficiency.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Introduction to the nonconventional energy sources, energy conversion principles, new energy conversion methods, biomass, biogas, biodiesel, fuel cells and MHD etc.  9 lectures 
Text/References:
 Principles of energy conversion  A.W.Culp, MGH
 Energy conversion (Vol. II &III)  V.Kadambi& Prasad, New Ag
 Power Plant Engg – P. K. Nag, TMH
 Theory and practice of steam turbines – W. J. Kearton
ME 6102 Numerical Control and CAM : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Introduction to NC advantages and application, point to point, straight line controlling.  7 lectures 
Unit II  CNC (open and closed loop) DNC machines, Components of NC/CNC machine tools.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Manual programming, and Computer aided part programming.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  CAPP. Introduction to CAM  Design and operation problems. Simulation and optimization in FMS, LAN in manufacturing, communication systems in industries. PLCs, load cells.  7 lectures 
Unit V  AGVS, CIM, shop floor control, machine vision, intelligent manufacturing systems.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Industrial robotics, Automatic material handling and storage systems.  7 lectures 
Text/References:
 Computer control of Manufacturing system  Y.Koren, TMH
 Introduction to Computer numerical control  Barry Leatham, Pittam Publishers
 Numerical Control and Computer aided manufacturing  T.K.Kundra, P.N.Rao and N.K.Tiwari, TMGH, New Delhi.
 Automation, Production system & Computer integrated manufacturing system  M.P.Groover, PHI.
ME 6103 : Power Plant Engineering : 4 Credits (400)
Unit I  Review of energy generation of electricity, principal type of power plants, special features, application and future trend of development. Steam Power Plant : Major component of power plants, fuels, their storage, preparation, handling, feeding, combustion and combustion control. Ash handling and dust collection, cooling towers, feed water treatment plants, insulation, power plant heat balance.  15 lectures 
Unit II  Nuclear Power Plants : Principle of power generation by nuclear reaction, fuels for nuclear power plants, preparation and care, components of nuclear reactor, types of nuclear reactor, nuclear plants of India.  8 lectures 
Unit III  Diesel and Gas Turbine Power plants : Introduction, field of use, air supply and cleaning system, fuel storage and supply systems, cooling system lubrication and starting systems, comparative study of diesel and gas turbine plants.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Hydroelectric Power Plant : Rain fall and run  off measurements and plotting of various curves for estimating power available with or without storage, different types of hydel power plants.  8 lectures 
Unit V  Site Selection and Economics of Power Plants : Criterion of site selection of different types of power plants, cost consideration of different types of power plants. Cost consideration for selection of different equipment, comparison of total cost of different types of power plants, tariff of power, load production methods to meet variable loads.  10 lectures 
Unit VI  NonConventional Power Generation : Design aspects of geothermal, tidal, wind and solar power plants.  8 lectures 
Text/References:
 Power plant technology  M.M.Elwakil, MGH
 Power plant engg.  P.K.Nag., TMH
 Power plant engg – Rajput, Laxmi
 Power plant engg.  Black and Veatch, MGH
 Power plant engg.  F.T.Morse/li>
ME 6104 Product Design : 3 Credits(202)
Unit I  Design background : Design theory, Design materials, Human factors in design, Applied ergonomics, Product development processes & organizations, Customer needs; Product specification, Concept generation & selection; Product architecture.  4 lectures 
Unit II  Product design methods : Creative & Rational, objective trees method; Establishing functions – Function analysis method; Setting requirements – Performance specifications method; Determining characteristics – QFD method; Generating alternatives – Morphological chart method; Evaluating alternatives – weighted objectives method, AHP analysis; Design improvement – Value analysis and design strategies.  12 lectures 
Unit III  Design for manufacture : Estimating manufacturing cost, reducing component, Assembly & support cost; Design for assembly & disassembly; Design for environment; Graphics and packaging design; Prototyping principles & planning  8 lectures 
Unit IV  Industrial Design : Its need, impact and quality; Industrial design process and management; Legal issues in product design; Design resources; Economics & management of product development projects.  4 lectures 
An Engineering product is to be conceptualized, modeled, designed, fabricated, demonstrated and presented in small groups of four to five students in practice sessions.

Text/References:
 1. Chitale & Gupta – Product Development, TMGH
 2. Monks, J. G. – Operations Management, MGH
 3. Francis, R. L. & White, J. A. – Facility layout and locations, Prentice Hall
ME 6199 : Project – Part I : 2 Credits (004)
Students will take up a project work from amongst those floated by the supervisors in the previous semester and work on the project formulation and planning / literature review / preliminary design / material estimating / Flow chart preparation / design of experiments etc. with periodical presentation and monitoring under the supervision of guide(s) and project coordinator. A report in soft bound form is to be submitted and presented as notified by project coordinator. The project will be continued and completed in all respects during the following semester.

ME 6179 : Industrial Training : 2 Credits
On completion of the Industrial training during summer, students will prepare a concise report and submit the same alongwith the training diary and a copy of the certificate to the departmental counselor of T & P as instructed. The same is to be presented as notified by T & P Counselor. 
ME 6251 : Advanced Laboratory Practice : 3 Credits (006)
CFD lab.(2 hrs) : Use of Thermal and flow analysis software available in the department like Fluent, Nashtran etc. Development of learning materials 
CADD lab (2 hrs) :
Use of solid modeling, design and analysis using softwares like Ansys, ProE, CATIA etc. 
CIM & Fluid power lab (2 hrs) :
Exercises on Hydraulic trainer; Exercises on mechatronics trainer; Job preparation in NC/CNC lathe/milling machines. 
ME 6299 : Project – Part II : 4 Credits (008)
Project (Part I) work carried out in the previous semester will be continued in the current semester to complete fabrication / programming / testing / experimentation / analysis etc. A complete detailed report in hard bound as well as soft forms in requisite numbers are to be submitted to the project coordinator at least fifteen days prior to final presentation duly authenticated by the supervisors / guides. All the students must be present and interact during all presentations. 
ME 6290 : Comprehensive Viva : 2 Credits
Comprehensive viva will be conducted by all the faculty members of the department on all subjects. Students will have to produce all the practical records of previous years 
ME 6001 Combustion Engineering : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Energy sources; Energy scenario, review of general fuel properties & their resources in Indian context. Solid, Liquid & gaseous fuels.  5 lectures 
Unit II  Various refining methods of Fossil fuels and Nuclear fuels; Synthetic and other fuels; hydrocarbon fuel testing. Bio fuels; Fuel cells; Fuel preparation for combustion  8 lectures 
Unit III  Theories of combustion; Burners & Combustors for solid, liquid & gaseous fuels; Fuel chemistry; Thermodynamics of combustion, calculation of temperature and equilibrium flame gas composition for constant pressure and constant volume combustion.  10 lectures 
Unit IV  Premixed flames, theories of flame propagation, factors affecting propagation velocity, effects of turbulence. Diffusion flames.  6 lectures 
Unit V  Burning rates of solid and liquid fuels, combustion of liquid, droplet and fuel sprays; Combustion of coal and pulverized particles in air. Combustion in engines.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Gas turbine combustion system, Stoichiometric & combustion reactions, Flue gas analysis.  6 lectures 
Text/References:
 Fuels and combustions  S.P.Sharma & Chander Mohan, TMGH
 Introduction to combustion phenomena  A.Murthy Kanury et.al, Gordon &Beach Sc. Pub.
 Fuels and fuel technology(Vol I & II)  W. Francis, PHI
 FuelsSolid, Liquid & Gaseous  J.S.S. Brame & J.G. King, MGH
ME 6002 Computational Fluid Dynamics : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  INTRODUCTION : CFD as a design and research tool, Applications and impact of CFD; Concepts of finite control volume & infinitesimal fluid elements, analysis with fixed and moving fluid elements, Substantial derivative, Divergence of velocity – its physical  4 lectures 
Unit II  GOVERNING EQUATIONS :Derivation of Continuity equations for different flow models, conversion from one form of continuity equation to other forms, Differential form Vs. integral form, Momentum equation, Energy equation, Forms of equations for viscous and inviscid flows, Boundary conditions, Conservation and non conservation forms, Forms of equations suited for CFD, Shock fitting and shock capturing.  8 lectures 
Unit III  PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND DESCRETISATION : Classification of PDEs, method of determining the type of PDEs, General behaviour of PDEs, Hyperbolic, Parabolic and Elliptic equations, Well posed and Ill posed problems; Finite difference techniques, Difference equation, Explicit and Implicit Approaches, Errors in difference equations, Stability analysis  8 lectures 
Unit IV  INTRODUCTION TO GRID GENERATION : Transformations of equations, Metrics and Jacobians, Transformed versions of governing equations, Stretched grid and Boundary fitted coordinate system  4 lectures 
Unit V  SIMPLE CFD TECHNIQUES : CrankNicolson scheme, Dufort Frankel scheme, LaxWendroff and MacCormack techniques, Viscous flows, Conservation form and space marching, Relaxation technique, artificial viscosity, application in inviscid flows, Vorticity transport method; ADI (Alternating Direction Implicit) technique, Pressure correction technique, SIMPLE algorithm; Programming in FORTRAN/ C/ C++  10 lectures 
Unit VI  APPLICATIONS : Finite difference method to solve WAVE equation, HEAT equation, POISSON & LAPLACE equations, BURGER equation. Numerical methods applied to nozzle flow, Coutte Flow; PrandtleMeyer flow and supersonic flow over flat plates; Programming in FORTRAN/ C/ C++; CFD Software  8 lectures 
Text/References:
 Fundamentals of aerodynamics  J.D.Anderson. Jr., MGH
 Aerodynamics for engineers  J.J.Bertin and M.L.Smith, MGH
 Introduction to flight  J.D.Anderson. Jr., MGH
 Aerodynamics theory  W.F.Durrand, PHI
ME 6004 Prime mover Design : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Thermodynamic design of Steam and Gas Turbines; Selection of type, no. of stages and heat drops; Design of blade geometry; Design of nozzles & diaphragm;  10 lectures 
Unit II  Design of casings; Design of packing and seals; Shaft design;  8 lectures 
Unit III  Selection of bearing; Governing system; Cooling system and lubrication system;  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Specific speed and Selection of Hydraulic turbines; Velocity triangles and blade geometry; Volute casing Design; Governing system; Draft tubes.  9 lectures 
Unit V  IC engine design aspects; Design of cylinder and ports; Fuel injection system; Engine Governing system.  8 lectures 
Text/References:
 Steam Turbine Theory & Practice – W. J. Kearton
 Gas turbine theory  Cohen, Rogers and Saravanmutto
 Aerothermodynamics of gas turbine and rocket propulsion  G.C.Oates
 I.C.Engines  V.L. Maleev.
ME 6005 Compressible Flow : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Review of Fluid dynamics and thermodynamics principles and concepts; Generalised energy equation, Energy equation for compressible flow; Compressibility correction factor; Stagnation and Critical state parameters.  6 lectures 
Unit II  Isentropic flow with area change; subsonic & supersonic nozzle & diffuser. Nozzle operation; Nozzle choking; Overexpansion & under expansion  5 lectures 
Unit III  Normal shock analysis, Hugoniot equation. Oblique shocktangential velocity superposition on normal shock, oblique shock analysis, Shock strength; Weak & strong shocks; Attached & detached shocks; Pressure and entropy changes across a Mach wave.  8 lectures 
Unit IV  Isentropic turn of supersonic flow, Prandtl Meyer flow. Expansion fans and compression waves  5 lectures 
Unit V  Effects of friction on compressible flow (Fanno flow). Effect of heat transfer (Rayleigh flow); flow choking. Combined effect of friction and heat transfer. Compressible flow measurement: Supersonic wind tunnels.  10 lectures 
Unit VI  Flight speed measurement, Optical techniquesSchlieren Technique and Interferometer. Computational methods in compressible flow  8 lectures 
Text/References:
 Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics  R.D.Zucker, Matrix Publication
 Gas Dynamics  E.Rathakrishnan, PHI
 Dynamics & Thermodynamics of compressible flow (Vol I& II)  A.H.Shapiro, John Wiley
 Gas dynamics (Vol. I & II)  Zuckrow & Hoffman, Wiley International
Text/References:
 Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics  R.D.Zucker, Matrix Publication
 Gas Dynamics  E.Rathakrishnan, PHI
 Dynamics & Thermodynamics of compressible flow (Vol I& II)  A.H.Shapiro, John Wiley
 Gas dynamics (Vol. I & II)  Zuckrow & Hoffman, Wiley International
ME 6006 Process Equipment Design : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Preliminary considerations, Design construction and features.  7 lecture 
Unit II  Stress analysis of components shells. Thick and thin shells mi 
7 lectures 
Unit III  Ends, flanges, local attachments, etc.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Material selection. Special type of vesselshigh pressure applications.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Externally loaded vessels, etc.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Design system. Use of Codes.  7 lectures 
Text/References:
 Pressure vessel Design  VanNostand, MGH
 Process equipment design  M.V.Joshi, McMillan India
 Dynamics & Thermodynamics of compressible flow (Vol I& II)  A.H.Shapiro, John Wiley
 Material Handling equipment Hand book, MGH
ME 6007 Two Phase Flow and Heat Transfer : 3 Credits (300
Unit I  Definitions; Properties of mixtures; Review of one dimension conservation equations in single phase flows. Governing equations for homogeneous, separated and drift flux, models.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Flow pattern maps for horizontal and vertical system; Material handling: solidliquid and solidgas system. Particle distribution; Pressure variation.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Simplified treatment of stratified, bubbly, slug and annular flows.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Thermodynamics of boiling; Pool boiling onset of nucleation, heat transfer coefficient. Critical heat flux, effect of sub cooling; flow boiling onset of nucleation, heat transfer coefficients.  7 lectures 
Unit V  CondensationFilm and dropwise condensation.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Fluidised bed heat transfer.  7 lectures 
Text/References:
 One dimensional two phase flow  G.B. Wallis, MGH
 Convective boiling & condensation  J.B. Colier & J.R.Thorne, Oxford Science
ME 6008 Fluid Power Control Systems : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Introduction to fluid Power. Hydraulics Vs Pneumatics. Properties of fluid; Energy and power in hydraulic systems; Distribution system; Source of hydraulic power: Positive displacement pumps: types, classifications, construction and operation of Gear, Vane (Constant, variable delivery and pressure compensated) and Piston pumps (Inline and radial type), Efficiency calculation, Pump selection, Pump performance.  8 lectures 
Unit II  Fluid power actuators: (i) Linear: single acting, double acting and telescopic; Cylinder force, velocity and power; Cylinder cushioning devices; Cylinder mountings. (ii) Rotary or Hydraulic motors: Types – gear, vane and piston types; Torque, power, flow rate and efficiencies; Hydrostatic transmissions.  6 lectures 
Unit III  Control components in hydraulic system: (i) Flow control valves: needle, pressure and temperature compensated valves; (ii) Pressure control valves: Relief – direct, compound & pilot operated, pressure reducing, sequence valve; (iii) Direction control valve: check valve, two way  two position, four way  three position, four way two positions valves. Center flow path configuration of 3 position d.c.valves: open centre, close centre, tandem centre; Cartridge valves; Manually operated  solenoid operated valves; Servo valves; Proportional control valves.  7 lectures 
Unit IV ;  Symbols for hydraulic and pneumatic circuits; Hydraulic circuit design and analysis: Speed control circuits such as Meterin, Meterout, Bleedoff, and Regenerative circuits, Unloading circuit, Counter balance circuit, Cylinder synchronization, Accumulator circuits, and Fail safe circuits; Trouble shooting of hydraulic circuits.  7 lectures ; 
Unit V  Pneumatic – air preparation and components; Basic pneumatics circuits – single & double acting, air pilot control, two step speed, two hand safety circuits, etc. Cascade design of pneumatic circuits.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Electric controls of fluid power circuits: electrical components, electrical ladder diagram. Application of pneumatics in low cost automation: Dual cylinder circuits, regenerative circuit, boxsorting system; Programmable logic controllers (PLCs): PLC control of hydraulic/pneumatic cylinder, its ladder diagram; Fluid power maintenance and safety. Experiments on hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.  7 lectures 
Text/References:
 Fluid Power with applications – Anthony Espositio PHII
 Industrial Hydraulics  J.J.Pipenger , McGraw Hill
 Oil Hydraulics (Principles and Maintenance) – S.R.Majumdhar TMH
 Hydraulic and Pneumatic power & Control  Yeaple Frankline
 Pneumatic system  S.R.Majumdar TMH
 Fluid power system  A.B.Goodwin
 Festo’s Manual on Pneumatic Principle and its applications
ME 6009 Composite Materials: 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Introduction: materials, fiber reinforcement, matrix materials.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Manufacturing processes: hand layup, prepeg layup, bag molding, autoclave processing, compression molding, resin transfer molding, pultrusion, filament winding.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Micromechanics: strength of materials approach, continuum approach; Ply mechanics: coordinate systems, offaxis stiffness.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Macromechanics: description of laminates, laminate moduli, computation of stresses in laminates,  7 lectures 
Unit V  Types of joints, Mechanics of joints, Damages in joints.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Failure criteria: Strength of materials approaches, Fracture mechanics approach.  7 lectures 
Text/References:
 Mechanics of Composite Materials, R. M. Jones, Taylor and Francis
 Mechanics of Composite Materials, S. W. Tsai, Mc Graw Hill International
 Mechanics of Composite Materials, A.K. Kaw, CRC Press.
ME 6010 : Internal Combustion Engines : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Review of basics of IC Engines: basic components and nomenclature, classification of IC engines, SI and CI engine, 2 and 4stroke engine, working principles of engines, Air standard cycles – Carnot cycle, Stirling cycle, Ericson cycle, Otto cycle, Diesel and Dual cycles, comparison of Otto, Diesel & Dual cycles.  5 lectures 
Unit II  Fuelair cycle and their analysis: significance of cycle, comparison with air standard cycle, basis of cycle analysis, variable specific heat, etc. Actual cycles and their analysis: time loss factor, heat loss factor, exhaust blowdown 
8 lectures 
Unit III  Fuels: classification, properties, characteristics and rating, Alternate fuels; Air and fuel induction : Carburetion – factors affecting carburetion, airfuel mixture and requirements at different loads and speeds, principle of carburetion, and essential parts of carburetor, calculation of airfuel ratio, compensating devices, types of carburetor. Injection systems – functional requirement, classification, components of injection system, electronic injection systems. 
8 lectures 
Unit IV  Fluid motions in combustion chamber : turbulence, swirl, tumble, squish, cerevic flow, blowby, Combustion in SI Engine : stages of combustion, factors influencing flame speed, rate of pressure rise, abnormal combustion – preignition, detonation, factors causing abnormal combustion, combustion chamber for SI Engines Combustion in CI Engine : stages of combustion, factors influencing delay period, knocking in CI engine, factors causing abnormal combustion, combustion chamber for CI Engines, comparison of knock in SI and CI engine. 
9 lectures 
Unit V  Engine heat transfer : variation of gas temperature, piston and cylinder temperature distribution, heat transfer, parameters affecting engine heat transfer, need for cooling systems, types of cooling system. Fundamentals of engine friction and lubrication.  6 lectures 
Unit VI  Engine performance parameters such as various efficiencies, average piston speed, specific fuel consumptions, etc. Engine operating characteristics, heat balance, supercharged and turbo charged engine. Engine emission and their control.  6 lectures 
Text/References:
 I.C.Engines  Gill and Smith, Oxford & IBH
 I.C.Engines  V.Ganeshan, TMGH
 I.C.Engines  V.L. Maleev, MGH
 I.C.Engines  C.R.Ferguson, John wiley & Sons
ME 6011 Turbomachines : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Introduction : Dimensional analysis & similitude AS APPLIED TO TURBOMACHINES – Performance laws, incompressible flow analysis, performance characteristics, variable geometry turbomachines (Axial, Radial & Mixed flow machines), specific speed & cavitation, compressible gas flow relations and compressible fluid analysis, inherent unsteadiness of flow within turbomachines  4 lectures 
Unit II  Two dimensional Cascades : Cascade nomenclature & geometry, Analysis of cascade forces, energy losses, lift & drag, circulation and lift, efficiency of compressor cascades, performance of twodimensional cascades, cascade wind tunnel & instrumentation, cascade test results, compressor cascade correlations, turbine cascade correlation, comparison of profile loss in a cascade and in a turbine stage, optimum spacechord ratio  6 lectures 
Unit III  Axial flow turbinesTwo dimensional theory : Velocity diagrams, stage losses and efficiency, stage reaction, diffusion within blade rows, design point efficiency, max. totaltostatic efficiency of a reversible turbine stage  8 lectures 
Unit IV  Axial flow compressors and fans : 2D analysis, velocity diagram & thermodynamics of compressor stage, stage losses & efficiency, reaction ratio & stage loading, Offdesign performance, stage pressure rise, pressure ratio in a multistage compressor, estimation of compressor stage efficiency, Axial flow ducted fans, Blade element theory  8 lectures 
Unit V  RADIAL FLOW THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONS : Steam turbines : Losses & efficiencies, work & power calculations, velocity triangles & thermal design; Radial flow Gas turbines : Types of inward flow radial turbines, thermodynamics of IFR turbines, rotor design, nominal design point efficiency, loss coefficients, incidence losses, clearance & windage losses, significance & application of specific speed  8 lectures 
Unit VI  Centrifugal pumps, fans & compressors : Some definitions, theoretical analysis, Inlet casing and impeller, conservation of rothalpy, diffuser, limitation of inlet velocity, optimum design of pump & compressor inlet, slip factor, performance characteristics, choking in a compressor stage  8 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Fluid mechanics and thermodynamics of Turbomachinery : S. L. Dixon, Elsvier
 Pumps, fans and compressors : Cherkasky
 Turbines, fans and compressors : S.M. Yahya, Satya Prakashan
 Steam Turbine theory and Practice : W.J. Kearton
 Steam & Gas turbines : R. Yadav, Central Publishing house
 Gas Turbines : V. Ganeshan
ME 6012 Computer Aided Design and Graphics : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Computer Technology : Introduction, CPU, memory, input, output, data representation, programming languages (Machine/ assembly/HLL).  7 lectures 
Unit II  General design process, computer application for design, introduction of FEM(1D elastic problems, pre and post processing.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Defining the model, technique for geometrical modeling (wire frame/ surface/solid), entity manipulation and data storage.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Standards for CAD, elements of interactive computer graphics (ICG). Applying CAD model in design.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Line and circle drawing algorithm, transformation (2D and 3D), character generator, windowing & clipping, splines and Bazier curves.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Expanding the capability of CAD: Introduction , A.I in design (expert/knowledge based system) , Parametric and variational modeling, feature based modeling, design information systems.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 CAD/CAM : Principle, practice and manufacturing  Chris McMahon and Jimmie Browne, Addision Wesley Publishers, London
 Computer aided design  Ibrahim Zied, Mc Graw Hill.
 Turbines, fans and compressors : S.M. Yahya, Satya Prakashan
 CAD/CAM (Computer aided design and manufacturing)  Groover & Zimmers,Jr., PHI.
 Computer graphics  Hern and Baker, PHI
ME 6013 Finite Element Methods : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Introduction, Fundamental concepts of finite element methods, direct equilibrium method, work or energy method, method of weighted residuals, variational principles, interpolation and shape function, general formulae for element matrices, nodal loads produced by traction and body force.  9 lectures 
Unit II  One dimensional finite element analysis : linear spring/ plane stress/ space truss (axial displacement) , 1 D torsion (torsional rotation), 1 D heat conduction (temperature), 1 D seepage (fluid potential), FE based on displacement field. Two  Dimensional finite element analysis (using CST) : 2 D stress analysis, 2D confined seepage analysis, applications of 3D equations for 2D analysis (Axisymmetric situation).  10 lectures 
Unit III  Two dimensional isoparametric elements and numerical integration : introduction, four node, quadrilaterals, higher order elements.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Beams : Formulation, load vector, boundary considerations, shear force and bending moment.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Computer implementation of FEM : use of symmetry and antisymmetry conditions in reducing a problems, static condensations, storage scheme for global stiffness matrix, application of boundary condition.  9 lectures 
Texts / References:
 CAD/CAM : Principle, practice and manufacturing  Chris McMahon and Jimmie Browne, Addision Wesley Publishers, London
 Introduction to finite element engineering  T.R.Chandrupatla and A.D.Belegundu,PHI.
 Finite elements procedures  K.J.Bathe, PHI.
 Finite elements approximations  O.C.Eienkiewicg and K.Morgan, Mc Graw Hill
 4. Finite element method in fluid mechanics  Baker, Mc Graw Hill.
ME 6014 Non Conventional Energy : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  General introduction to nonconventional energy source and systems  7 lectures 
Unit II  Solar radiation: measurement, collection, storage, and applications. Solar Energy: Solar system. Design of solar energy operated systems. Photovoltaic devices.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Wind energy: Potential evaluation, Types of wind machines: Horizontal and vertical axis wind rotors performance, Generating systems, applications. 
7 lectures 
Unit IV  Design and evaluation of wind mills. Wind regime analysis.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Biomass: Recycling of agricultural wastes. Conversion technologies, types, digester,  7 lectures 
Unit VI  MHD, thermoelectric. Thermionic, thermo nuclear fusion technology.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Tribology  B.C. Majumdar, Wheeler Publishing
 Introduction to Tribology  Cameron., Longman, London
ME 6016 Propulsion Engineering : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Air breathing and non air breathing engines. Piston engine and gas turbine cycles, ideal and real thermodynamic cycle analysis.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Components performanceintake, combustor, nozzle, turbomachinery, etc.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Turbojet, turboprop, turbofan engines, ramjet, scramjet and pulsejet.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Performance parameters like thrust, propulsive efficiency, etc. Chemical Rockets. Propellant types, properties, injectors, thrust chamber, burning rate, cryogenic propellant, combustion phenomena.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Thrust vector control, ignition, inhibitors.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Basic concept of Electrical and Nuclear rockets.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Aerothermodynamics of Air craft engine components  G.C.Oates, MGH
 Gas turbine theory  Cohen, Rogers and Saravanmutto, Longman
 Aerothermodynamics of gas turbine and rocket propulsion  G.C.Oates, MGH
 Rocket propulsion Element, G. P. Sutton, John Wiley & Sons
ME 6017 : Theory of Elasticity : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Introduction : Elasticity, stress, components of stresses, components of strains, generalised law. Plane Stress and Plane Strain : plane stress and plane strain, stress at a point, strain at a point, differential equation of equilibrium, boundary condition stress function. 2D Problems in Rectangular Co ordinates.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Solution by polynomial, stvenant’s principle, determination of displacement.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Bending of cantilevers loaded at the ends, bending of beams by uniform loads etc.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  2D Problems in Polar Coordinates: general equation in polar coordinates, stress distribution, symmetrical about an axis. Pure bending of curve bars, strain components in polar coordinates.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Displacement for symmetrical stress distribution, rotating disks, bending of a curved bar by a force at the end.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Photoelasticity: Experimental method and verification, circular polariscope, photo elastic stressdistribution, determination of principle stresses, 3dimensional photoelasticity.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Theory of elasticity  Timoshenko and Goodier, Mc Graw Hill.
 Experimental Stress Analysis Dally and Riley, Mc Graw Hill.
ME 6018 Boundary Layer Theory : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Job, Batch, Mass , Cellular production systems , automation in production systems, MTL and its mathematical models, material handling.  
Unit II  AGVS,TTW, Productivity Engg. , and methods of improvement, cost analysis, marketing and sales, Inventory, production planning and control.  lectures 
Unit III  Automated layout and flow analysis, systems concepts in production systems CAD, CIM .  lectures 
Unit IV  Shopfloor management techniques, Job card design, work centers, work study, time study applications.  lectures 
Unit  Quality circles, productivity quality teams, works force planning.  lectures 
V Unit VI  TQM, ISO 9000, Future factories and MAP , Group technology and FMS. 
Texts / References:
 Production and Operations Management  Martinch, Wiley Eastern Ltd.
 Production and Operations Management  Ralph M. Barnes, Wiley Eastern Ltd.
 Modern production and operation management  E.S.Buffa, Wiley Eastern Ltd.
ME 6020 Air and Noise Pollution Control : 3 Credits (300)
 lectures
Unit I  Noise Pollution and Control: Basic information of noise, General noise criteria, Noise emission standards, Identification of noise impacts.  
Unit II  Impact prediction, assessment of impact significance.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Air Pollution and Control: Sources and classification of air pollutants.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Meteorology and air pollution, Effect of air pollution.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Air pollution due to automobile.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Control of air pollution by equipment. Air quality emission standards, Air pollution legislation and regulation.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Introduction to environmental engineering  Machinzia ,I.L and D.A.Cornwell, Mc Graw Hill.
 Environmental noise pollution and control  G.R.Chhatwal, S. Chand and Co
 Environmental engineering  G.Kiely, Mc Graw Hill.
 Environmental impact assessment  Larry W. Canter, Mc Graw Hill
ME 6021 NonConventional Machining : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Special machining processes like EDM, ECM.  7 lectures 
Unit II  AJM and USM.  7 lectures 
Unit III  LBM, and EBM.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Water jet machining. Elevated temperature machining and cold temperature machining.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Chemical milling, chemical blanking, and chemical engraving.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Electroforming and metal spraying.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Modern Machining processes  Pandey & Shah, TMGH
 New Technology – Bhattacharya, Institution of Engineers Pub.(Calcutta)
 Environmental engineering  G.Kiely, Mc Graw Hill.
 Non conventional machining  P.K.Misra, Narosa Publishers
ME 6022 Heat Exchanger Design
Unit I  Introduction to hat exchanger, types and constructional details, baffles etc., design criteria, selection of material and type for typical application, use of hand book, and tables, charts.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Design of various type of exchangers such as double pipe counter flow exchanger, double pipe series– parallel exchangers.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Tubular exchangers, tubular gas after cooler, tubular gas inter cooler, atmospheric cooler, electric resistance heater.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Condenser Horizontal and vertical, surface condenser.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Evaporators: raw water evaporators, power plant, make up evaporator, salt water distiller, thermo compression cane sugar evaporator.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Vapourising exchanger, Kettle reboiler, thermosyphon reboiler. Extended surfaces, fix heat exchanger, direct contact transfer equipments.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Process heat transfer – Kern, MGH
 Extended surface heat transfer  D.Q.Kern, MGH
ME 6023 Energy Management : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Energy conversion principles  7 lectures 
Unit II  Solar Energy: Sources, reserves and technologies Photovoltaic devices. Design of solar energy operated systems.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Energy management. Planning and management  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Energy Audit.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Production and consumption.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Conventional and Nonconventional energy applications: Case studies.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Energy management – Callagon, MGH
 Industrial Energy Management  V.Kaiser., Technip Publications
 Principles of energy conversion  A.W.Calp, MGH
 Hand book of industrial energy conservation  S.Davidttu, MGH
ME 6024 Design of Thermal Systems
Unit I  Introduction to thermal systems, concept of design, methodology, morphology. Selection of equipments Heat Exchanger, fan ,blowers, pumps, heaters etc. specification and criteria Concept of problem, creative input, low sheeting process.  9 lectures 
Unit II  Economic, exergy analysis of the process.  6 lectures 
Unit III  Optimizing the process optimization tools.  6 lectures 
Unit IV  Modeling thermal system, Simulation, simulation techniques. Case Studies.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Design of food freezing plant, Design of cold storage, Design of fluid and thermal systems.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Pumps, Blowers, Heat Exchanger, Simulation of a Gas turbine system, Simulation of Desalination plant.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Thermal Designer  W.J.Stoker, MGH
 Design of Thermal system  R.F.Boehm, John Wiley & Sons
ME 6025 Design of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Review different types of refrigeration system : Air refrigeration system, vapour compression refrigeration system and vapour absorption refrigeration system. Properties of refrigerants.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Component Design : compressor, condenser, evaporator, expansion valve.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Regenerative refrigeration cycle, multi stage and cascade air liquifaction cycle, theory and method, chilling, freezing and dehydration.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Energy approach for efficient system, design aspects of refrigeration system. Design of cold storage, analysis of direct contact systems.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Psychrometry and applied psychrometry. Concept of comfort and comfort conditioning. Design of air conditioning systems.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Evaporative cooling in Indian climate, Air distribution system, automatic controls.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Refrigeration and Air conditioning  C.P.Arora, TMGH
 Refrigeration and Air conditioning  Manohar Prasad, New Age International
 Refrigeration and air conditioning  P.L.Ballaney, Khanna Publishers
 Principles of Refrigeration and Air conditioning  Jordan and Prister, MGH
ME 6026 Value Engineering : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Value Engg. : Concept theory and practice, relevance to Indian Scenario, Value Engg.  8 lectures 
Unit II  Job plan and techniques, Phases of VE, functional, creative, evaluation, investigation, implementation, kinds of value, value analysis.  8 lectures 
Unit III  Fundamental analysis family tree, logic question, numerical evaluation FAST diagram.  6 lectures 
Unit IV  Function cost analysis, worth, project selection, team selection, VE case studies, production and productivity.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Herringbone diagram, VE application in discards vendor assistance.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Expertise various check list and audit. Quantity analysis.  6 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Value Engineering.,  S.S.Iyer, New Age International
 Managing quality concepts and tasks  N.S.Sreenivasan, TMGH
 Aesthetics and motivations in arts and science  K.C.Gupta.
ME 6027 : Non Prime mover Design : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Design of centrifugal pumps : Design inputs and Specific speed calculation; Selection of type, no. of stages specific diameter etc; Velocity triangles; Layout preparation  8 lectures 
Unit II  Design of blade geometry; Design of guide vanes  5 lectures 
Unit III  Design of volute casings;  5 lectures 
Unit IV  Selection of bearing & lubrication system; Design of packing and seals; Shaft design  6 lectures 
Unit V  Design of reciprocating pumps : Design inputs, Selection of no. of stages, and types of cylinders  4 lectures 
Unit VI  Design of cylinder and valves; Design of suction & delivery systems;  7 lectures 
Unit VII  Design & selection of other accessories like strainer, crank & slider mechanism, Pressure vessel etc.  7 lectures 
ME 6028 Vibration Analysis : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Single degree of freedom (SDF), free vibration.  7 lecture 
Unit II  SDF force vibrationsingle degrees of freedom, Introduction to multi degrees of freedom, Multi degree of freedom system.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Vibration isolation, base excitation, vibration instruments.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Two degree freedom system.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Dynamic vibration, absorber.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Transverse vibration of two and three rotors systems. Torsional vibration of two and three degree rotor system, critical speed.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Theory of Vibration  W.T. Thompson, CBS Publisher.
 Theory of Vibration  Groover, Nem Chand & Brothers
 undamentals of Mechanical Vibrations S. G. Kelly, Mc Graw Hill
ME 6029 Mechanical Handling Of Materials : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Definition of material handling; Classification of materials, bulk load, unit load, their characteristics. Classification of mechanical handling equipments; different types of elevators and lowerers for handling materials in bulk and for unit loads and their working principles and estimation of handling capacity.  9 Lectures 
Unit II  Belt conveyor; Picking belts, their construction, capacity and power requirements; other conveyors like apron, steel plate and slat conveyors; flight and screw conveyors; vibrating and oscillating trough conveyors estimation of their handling capacity and power requirement.  9 Lectures 
Unit III  Automatic feeding devices for elevators and conveyors. Gravity chutes and gravity roller runways, humper, stacker and gadget; live rollers; pneumatic and hydraulic methods of conveying; endless rope and chain haulage; Aerial ropeways, monorails, telphers and blast furnace hoists.  9 Lectures 
Unit IV  Loading/ unloading and operation of railway wagons, motor trucks and fork lift trucks.  5 Lectures 
Unit V  Wire ropes, pulley blocks, crab winch, grabs and lifting magnets; different types of cranes.  5 Lectures 
Unit VI  Definition and types of robots basic concept, working principle and application of robotics; manipulators.  5 Lectures 
Texts / References:
 Material Handling Systems and Terminology, Edward Frazelle, Lionheart Pub
 Plant Layout and Material Handling, Fred E. Meyers, Prentice Hall
 Manufacturing Facilities Design and Material Handling, Meyers, Stephens, Prentice Hall
ME 6030 Metal Casting Technology : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Foundry Industry in India, Asia and world, Role of WFC, AFC and IFC.  7 lectures 
Unit II  CAD/CAM in pattern design and manufacture.  5 lectures 
Unit III  Near net shape casting processes, squeeze casting, centrifugal casting, die casting, fused diffusion methods, high pressure moulding processes, resin binders.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Foundry mechanization and automation. Computer charging systems for cupola, arc and induction furnaces, automatic pouring systems.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Solidification simulation, computer aided gating and riser design and methods, ISO 9000 / IS 14000 systems in foundry.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Energy conservation in foundry, manufacturability of castings, GT and FMS application in foundry. PLCs and loaded chains in foundry, productivity if foundry production economics, Industrial Robotics.  9 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Metal Casting  T.V.Rama Rao, TMGH
 Foundry Engg.,  H.F.Taylor, M.C.Fleemings, J.Walff, Wiley Eastern Ltd
 Principles of metal casting  Heina, Loper, Rosenthal, MGH
ME 6032 Tool Design : 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Tools, their functions in the manufacturing process. General considerations in their design.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Jigs and fixtures. Design of locating, clamping and guiding element and their integration.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Sheet metal working tools, tools for blanking, bending and drawing operation.  7 lectures 
Unit IV Unit V  Forging dies, diecasting dies. Die for processing. Gauges and inspection of fixtures.  7 lectures 7 lectures 
Unit VI  Tool layout and cam design for automats, Auto CAD , ProEngineer  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Fundamentals of tool design :ASTME  F.W.Wilson, MGH
 Tool design  C.Donaldson, MGH
 Tool design  C.B.Cole, MGH
ME 6034 Industrial Robotics: 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Introduction to Robotics, classification of robots and manipulators, industral applications of Robots.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Design criteria for end effectors.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Kinematics and dynamics of linkage with special emphasis to the open loop controls.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Actuators and drive elements, robot sensors and vision.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Control of robots and manipulators, robot programming.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Problems related to design of grippers and robot models.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Robotics for engineers  Y.Koren, MGH
 Robotics  J.J.Craig, Addison Wesely Longman
 Robotics  K.S.Fu, R.C.Gonzales & C.S.G.Lee., MGH
 Industrial Robotics Ganesh S. Hegde, second Edition
ME 6036 Production Planning and Control: 3 Credits (300)
Unit I  Forecasting and methods of forecasting.  7 lectures 
Unit II  Product design and development.  7 lectures 
Unit III  Product planning and process planning.  7 lectures 
Unit IV  Loading and scheduling of production systems.  7 lectures 
Unit V  Dispatching and different types of dispatching for PPC.  7 lectures 
Unit VI  Production control methods, Systems concepts in PPC.  7 lectures 
Texts / References:
 Production , Planning and Control  Samuel Eilon, Universal Book Co.
 Production , Planning and Control  J.R..King, Pergamon Press
 Production and Inventory Control  Plossi and Wight, TMGH
 Production and Operations Management K.C.Arora