Contact Hours Week Examination Scheme,Subject Duration of Remark. No L T P Total CT TH TW PR Total Theory,Examination. MED451 Automobile Engineering 4 2 6 20 80 100 3,Project Management and Operation. MED452 Research 4 2 6 20 80 100 3, MED453 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 4 2 6 20 80 100 3. Elective II 4 2 6 20 80 100,MED471 Lab VI Automobile Engineering 25 25 50. Lab VII Project Management and,MED472 Operation Research 25 25 50. Lab VIII Refrigeration and Air,MED473 Conditioning 25 25 50. MED474 Lab IX 50 50,Project II 4 4 50 100 150,16 12 28 80 320 175 175 750. Elective II,MED491 Robotics and Industrial Automation. MED492 Machine Tool Design,MED493 Computational Fluid Dynamics. MED494 Industrial Engineering,MED495 Tribology,MED496 Open Elective. L Lecture Hours per Week T Tutorial Hours per Week P Practical Hours per Week. CT Class Test TH University Theory Exam TW Term Work. PR Practical Oral Exam, Note Student can opt for open elective Projects can be interdisciplinary. MED401 INTERNAL COMBUSTION I C ENGINES,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 4 Hrs week Theory 80 Marks 3Hrs,Class Test 20 Marks 1Hrs. Objectives, Students are expected to understand analyze the fundamentals and working of Internal. Combustion Engines to meet the modern requirements. Course Contents,Unit I 05Hrs, Introduction to IC Engines and cycle analysis Basic of I C Engines Details of two stroke. and four stroke engines Air standard cycles Fuel air cycle and actual cycle Variation in specific. heat Dissociation and their effect on engine performance Review of other losses in IC engines. Unit II 07Hrs, Fuels requirements and alternative fuels Air fuel mixture requirement Carburetors Studies. of fuel injection systems Fuel pump and their working different types of fuel feed systems. studies of injector s nozzles Bosch type fuel pump Conventional fuels for IC engines. requirement properties limitations of fossil fuels fuel additive and alternative fuels. Unit III 08Hrs, Combustion SI Engine Stages of combustion factors influencing various stages Normal and. abnormal combustion Detonation Factors responsible for detonation Effect of detonation. Octane rating of fuel Requirement of combustion chambers for SI engines important types. relative advantages and disadvantages and application. Unit IV 08Hrs, Combustion in CI Engines Stages of combustion in CI Engines Delay period factor affecting. delay period diesel knock cetane rating Requirements of combustion chamber for CI Engines. Methods of generating turbulence in combustion chamber Types of combustion chamber for CI. Unit V 05Hrs, Performance testing of IC Engines Evaluation of various performance parameters of IC. Engines including heat balance excess air calculation Methods of determination of friction. power Supercharging Basic principles objectives arrangements for super charging advantages. and limitations of super charging,Unit VI 07Hrs, Emission from IC Engines Review their effect on human health cause of formation and. approaches to control pollutants Study of BIS EURO emission norms IC Engines Recent. trends Microprocessor based engines multi point fuel injection MPFI engines common rail. direct injections CRDI engines variable valve timing engines and homogeneous charge. compression ignition HCCI engines Stratified engines Wankel engine and Stirling engine. Section A Unit I II and III,Section B Unit IV V and VI. References, 1 Internal combustion Engines Fundaments John B Heywood McGraw Hill. 2 Internal combustion Engines M L Mathur Sharma Dhanpatrai Sons. 3 Internal combustion Engines V Ganeshan McGraw Hill. 4 Internal combustion Engines Collin R Ferguson Allan T Kirkpatric. 5 An introduction to combustion Stephen R Turns McGraw Hill. 6 Internal combustion engines air pollution Edward Obert Intex Educational Pub. Pattern of the Question Paper, The units in the syllabus are divided in two equal sections Question Pattern consist of two. sections A and B Section A questions shall be set on first 3 units I II and III and sections B. questions on remaining 3 units IV V and VI Question paper should cover the entire syllabus. For 80 Marks Paper,1 Five questions in each section. 2 Attempt any three questions from each section,MED402 AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEM. Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme,Lectures 4 Hrs week Theory 80 Marks 3Hrs. Class Test 20 Marks 1 Hrs,Objectives, Understand basic control concepts and basic control actions. Understand simple mathematical modeling and understand the concept of block diagram. and signal flow graph, Study of system in time frequency domain and understand concept of stability. Course Content,Unit I 08Hrs, Introduction Need of control system Manual vs Automatic Control System Advantages of. Automatic Control System Open Loop and Closed Loop Control System and their comparison. Concept of Feedback Requirements of Ideal Control System Generalized Control System and. Definition of Transfer Function, Representation of Control System Components Study of various types of control system. components and their mathematical representation used in systems like Mechanical system. Electrical system Thermal system Fluid system Grounded chair representation Force Voltage. Force Current Analogy,Unit II 06 Hrs, Block Diagram and Signal Flow Graph Transfer function definition Block representation of. System Elements Block Diagram Reduction Conversion of Block Diagram to Signal Flow. Graph and vice versa Mason s Gain Formula Comparison of Block Diagram and Signal Flow. Graph Finding Transfer Function of Control System by both methods. Unit III 06 Hrs, Control Action and Controllers Basic types of control action like ON OFF Proportional. Integral Derivative type and their combinations Pneumatic and Hydraulic P I PI PD and PID. controllers Comparison of Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control system. Electrical Systems Detail study of A C and D C Servo Motor Stepper motor Servomechanism. Position Control System,Unit IV 08 Hrs, Transient and Steady State Response Analysis Introduction Various types of standard input. signals First order response to Step Ramp and Impulse Input Response of second order system. to step input System specifications Concept of time constant and its importance in speed. response Effect of Damping ratio on response of Second Order System. Unit V 08 Hrs, Frequency Response Analysis Stability Analysis System Stability and Routh s Stability. Criteria Relative Stability Concepts Nyquist stability criterion Polar plots Phase and Gain. margin Bode plot attenuation diagram Stability Analysis using Bode plots Simplified Bode plot. Unit VI 04 Hrs, Root Locus Plots Definition of Root loci General Rules for constructing Root Locus Analysis. using Root Locus Plots Use of MATLAB software in control system. Section A Unit I II and III,Section B Unit IV V and VI. References, 1 Control System Engineering Ogatta Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. 2 Automatic Control Systems Kuo Golnaraghi Kunche Wiley India. 3 Automatic Control Engineering Francis H Raven McGraw Hill. 4 Control Systems Principles and Design M Gopal McGraw Hill Education. 5 Feedback Control System Dr S D Bhide S Satyanarayan N A Jalgaonkar Technova. Pub Pune Pvt Ltd, 6 Control System Engineering I J Nagrath M Gopal New Age International Publishers. Pattern of the Question Paper, The units in the syllabus are divided in two equal sections Question Pattern consist of two. sections A and B Section A questions shall be set on first 3 units I II and III and sections B. questions on remaining 3 units IV V and VI Question paper should cover the entire syllabus. For 80 Marks Paper,1 Five questions in each section. 2 Attempt any three questions from each section,MED403 METROLOGY QUALITY CONTROL. Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme,Lectures 4 Hrs week Theory 80 Marks 3Hrs. Class Test 20 Marks 1 Hrs,Objectives, Understand the salient concept and principles required to develop the ability of using. different types of measuring instrument, Understand the principles construction use techniques of handling and maintenance of. various measuring instruments, Develop the ability of analysis interpretation and drawing conclusions the data. instrument graph chart pertaining to the area of quality control. Develop an ability of problem solving and decision making. Plot and use of quality control charts and Suggest measures to improve the quality of. product and reduce cost,Course Contents,Unit I 08Hrs. Measurement Standard Comparators, Measurement Standard Principles of Engineering Metrology Line end wavelength Traceability. of Standards Types and Sources of error Alignment Temperature Plastic deformation Slip. gauges and gauge block Linear and Angular Measurement Sine bar Sine center. Autocollimator Angle D cor and Dividing head Calibration Comparator Mechanical. Pneumatic Optical Electronic Inductive Electrical LVDT. Unit II 08 Hrs, Interferometer Principle NPL Interferometer Flatness measuring of slip gauges Parallelism. Laser Interferometer Surface Finish Measurement Surface Texture Measuring Surface Finish. by Stylus probe Tomlinson and Taly Surf Analysis of Surface Traces Methods Design of. Gauges Types of Gauges Limits Fits Tolerance Terminology for limits and Fits Indian. Standard IS 919 1963 Taylor s Principle,Unit III 04Hrs. Metrology of Screw thread, Gear Metrology Gear error Gear measurement Gear Tooth Vernier Profile Projector Tool. marker s microscope, Advancements in Metrology Co ordinate Measuring Machine Universal Measuring Machine. Laser in Metrology,Unit IV 07Hrs,Introduction to Quality and Quality Tools. Quality Statements Cost of Quality and Value of Quality Quality of Design Quality of. Conformance Quality of Performance Seven Quality Tools check sheet Flow chart Pareto. analysis cause and effect diagram scatter diagram Brain storming Quality circles. Unit V 06Hrs,Total Quality Management, Quality Function Deployment 5S Kaizan Kanban JIT Poka yoke TPM FMECA FTA Zero. Unit VI 07Hrs,Statistical Quality Control, Statistical Quality Control statistical concept Frequency diagram Concept of Variance. analysis Control chart for variable attribute Process Capability. Acceptance Sampling Sampling Inspection OC curve and its characteristics sampling methods. Introduction to ISO 9000, Definition and aims of standardizations Techniques of standardization Codification system. Varity control and Value Engineering,Section A Unit I II and III. Section B Unit IV V and VI,References, 1 Jain R K Engineering Metrology Khanna Publication. 2 Hume K J Engineering Metrology Mcdonald Publications. 3 A W Judge Engineering Precision Measurements Chapman and Hall. 4 Narayana K L Engineering Metrology,5 Galyer J F Shotbolt C R Metrology for Engineers. 6 I C Gupta Engineering Metrology Dhanpat rai Publications. 7 Kulkarni V A Bewoor A K Metrology Measurements Tata McGraw hill Co Ltd. 8 Statistical Quality Control M S Mahajan Dhanpat rai Publications. 9 Fundamental of Quality Control and Improvement Amitava Mitra Wiley Publication. 10 Quality Control V A Kulkarni and A K Bewoor Wiley India Publication. 11 Theory and Design For Mechanical Measurements Richard S Figliola and D E Beasley. Wiley India Publication, 12 Statistical Quality Control E L Grant McGraw Hill. 13 Quality Planning and Analysis J M Juran Tata McGraw Hill. Pattern of the Question Paper, The units in the syllabus are divided in two equal sections Question Pattern consist of two. sections A and B Section A questions shall be set on first 3 units I II and III and sections B. questions on remaining 3 units IV V and VI Question paper should cover the entire syllabus. For 80 Marks Paper,1 Five questions in each section. 2 Attempt any three questions from each section,MED404 TURBO MACHINES. Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme,Lectures 4 Hrs week Theory 80Marks 3Hrs. Class Test 20 Marks 1 Hrs,Objectives, This course deals with the study of the principles of turbo machinery The objectives of. the course are to enable the student to, Understand and be familiar with the concepts of energy flow including losses in. turbo machines with both qualitative and quantitative approaches to arrive at the. different forms of efficiencies, Understand the different types of hydraulic turbines their ranges of basic. parameters and characteristics of hydraulic turbines. Understand the various types of centrifugal pumps and the terminology used in. their practices and different heads and efficiencies. Understand the basic impulse and reactions turbines their operating parameters. and the effects of such parameters on their performance. Course Content,Unit I 04 Hrs, Introduction Turbo machines parts of turbo machines comparison between positive. displacement machines and turbo machines Types of turbo machines Application of. dimensional analysis to turbo machines,Unit II 08 Hrs. Impact of Jets Introduction Force exerted by jet on stationary vertical plate Force exerted by. jet on stationary inclined plate stationary curved plate Force exerted by jet on moving plate. Flat vertical plate moving in the direction of the jet away from the jet Inclined plate moving. in the direction of jet Curved plate moving in the direction of jet. Unit III 08 Hrs, Hydraulic Turbines Introduction Classification Tangential Flow Impulse Turbines Pelton. Wheel Construction working head work done efficiency design aspects Radial Flow. Reaction Turbines Francis Turbine Construction working work done efficiency design. aspects Axial Flow Reaction Turbines Propeller Turbine Kaplan Turbine Run away speed. Draft tube draft tube theory types of daft tubes Specific speeds Unit Quantities Performance. characteristics of Hydraulic Turbines Cavitations,Unit IV 06 Hrs. Centrifugal Pumps Introduction working construction of centrifugal pump work done on. impeller by water Head efficiency effect of number of vanes of impeller on head. efficiency Multistage centrifugal pumps Pumps in series pumps in parallel minimum starting. speed specific speed characteristics of centrifugal pump NPSH priming model testing. geometrically similar pumps,Unit V 08 Hrs, Steam Turbines Introduction to nozzles and diffusers nozzle efficiency condition for. maximum discharge Classification advantages Impulse Reaction gas turbines compounding. of steam turbines velocity diagrams work done on turbine blades turbine efficiency losses in. turbines Governing of steam turbines throttle governing bypass governing nozzle control. Unit VI 06 Hrs, Gas Turbines Simple Cycle Brayton cycle Performance evaluation parameters like force. work done efficiency air fuel ratio regeneration reheating intercooling Numerical and. applications Ericsson cycle Stirling cycle,Section A Unit I II and III. Section B Unit IV V and VI,References, 1 Hydraulic Fluid mechanics machinery by Modi P N Seth S N Standard book. house new Dehli, 2 Theory of hydraulic machinery by V P VAsandani Khanna publishers Dehli. 3 Hydraulic machines by Dr J Lal Metropolitian book co pvt ltd Dehli. 4 Hand book of pumps by Karrasik Tata Mc Graw Hills Ltd Dehli. 5 Steam Gas Turbines by R Yadav Central Pub Allahabad. 6 Gas turbine theory Jet propulsion by J K Jain khanna Pub New Dehli. 7 Gas turbine theory by Cohen Rogers Longman Publications. 8 A Treatise on Turbo machines by Gopalkrishan Scitech Publications Chennai. 9 Fluid mechanics Hydraulic machines by R K Bansal Laxmi Publication. 10 Turbomachinary by Kadambi V New Age International Publications. 11 Gas Turbines by V Ganesan Mc Graw Hill education. 12 Turbomachines by B U Pai Wiley India Pvt Ltd,Pattern of the Question Paper. The units in the syllabus are divided in two equal sections Question Pattern consist of two. sections A and B Section A questions shall be set on first 3 units I II and III and sections B. questions on remaining 3 units IV V and VI Question paper should cover the entire syllabus. For 80 Marks Paper,1 Five questions in each section. 2 Attempt any three questions from each section,Elective I. MED441 ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 4 Hrs week Theory 80Marks 3Hrs,Class Test 20 Marks 1Hrs. Students are expected to understand the importance of Energy Conservation and apply. the knowledge of various Energy Conservation methodologies and Management. techniques adopted in Industries,Course Content,Unit I 08Hrs. Energy Scenario Commercial and Non Commercial Energy Primary Energy Resources. Commercial Energy Production Final Energy Consumption Energy Needs of Growing. Economy Long Term Energy Scenario Energy Pricing Energy Conservation and its. Importance Energy Strategy for the Future Energy Conservation Act and its Features. Global Environmental Concerns United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. UNFCC Kyoto Protocol Clean Development Mechanism CDM. Unit II 10Hrs, Mechanical System Thermal Basics Energy conservation opportunities in Boilers Steam. distribution system Compressed air systems refrigeration and air conditioning system pumps. Unit III 02Hrs, Co generation Concept options steam gas turbine diesel engine basis selection criteria. control strategy,Unit IV 10Hrs, Electrical system Electricity Basics Demand control Demand Side Management DSM. Power Factor Improvement benefits and ways of improvement Load scheduling Electric. motors losses efficiency energy efficient motors motor speed control variable speed drive. Lighting energy efficient illumination Electricity Act. Unit V 04Hrs, Energy Management Audit Definition Energy audit need Types of energy audit Energy. management audit approach understanding energy costs Energy audit instruments. Unit VI 06Hrs, Financial Management Investment need Appraisal and criteria Financial analysis techniques. Simple pay back period Return on investment Net present value Internal rate of return Cash. flows Life cycle costs Risk and sensitivity analysis Financing options Energy performance. contracts and role of ESCOs Sankey Diagrams,Section A Unit I II and III. Section B Unit IV V and VI,References,1 Bureau of energy efficiency Hand outs New Delhi. 2 Energy Management Hand Book W C Turner John Wiley and sons. 3 Handbook on Energy Efficiency TERI New Delhi 2009. 4 Energy conservation related booklets Published by National productivity Council NPC. Petroleum Conservation Research Assn PCRA, 5 Energy Auditing and Conservation Methods Measurements Management Case. Study Hamies Hemisphere Publishing Washington 1980. 6 Energy conservation Guide book Patrick Steven R Patric Dale R and Fordo Stephen. Pattern of the Question Paper, The units in the syllabus are divided in two equal sections Question Pattern consist of two. sections A and B Section A questions shall be set on first 3 units I II and III and sections B. questions on remaining 3 units IV V and VI Question paper should cover the entire syllabus. For 80 Marks Paper,1 Five questions in each section. 2 Attempt any three questions from each section,Elective I. MED442 POWER PLANT ENGINEERING,Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme. Lectures 4 Hrs week Theory 80Marks 3Hrs,Class Test 20 Marks 1Hrs. Course Content,Unit I 06Hrs, Introduction Generation of Electricity and sources of energy future trends in power industry. coordination of power from different source, Load estimation load duration curve load factor capacity factor use factor diversity factor and. demand factor effect of variable load on power plant selection of the number and size of units. Unit II 08Hrs, Thermal Power Plant General layout of modern Thermal power plant Working of Thermal. power plant Site Selection for Thermal power plant thermodynamic cycles Coal handling. storage Preparation Feeding combustion and combustion Equipments Ash handling and dust. collection draught system,Unit III 06Hrs, Diesel Engine Power Plant Layout of Diesel engine Power Plant Type of Engines used for. Diesel power plants cooling lubrication system for the diesel engines filters supercharging of. Diesel engines performance of diesel plant advantages and limitations of diesel plant over. thermal plant Present Trends in Diesel research,Unit IV 04Hrs. Economic Analysis Of Power Plants Cost of energy production selection of plant and. generating equipment performance and operating characteristics of power plants Tariffs for. electrical energy Environmental aspects of power generation. Unit V 08Hrs, Hydroelectric Power Plant Hydrograph flow duration mass curves General arrangement of. an hydroelectric project and its operation site selection Storage and pond age classification of. hydro stations selection of prime movers Governing of turbines operation of different. components of hydro station reservoirs Dams spill ways canals penstock water hammering. effects surge tank draft tube Specific speed of turbine advantages of hydro station. Unit VI 08Hrs, Nuclear Power Plant Principle of release of nuclear energy fusion fission reaction nuclear. fuels used in reactors multiplication and thermal utilization factors elements of nuclear reactor. moderators control rod fuel rods coolants brief description of reactor PWR BWR sodium. graphite reactor fast breeder reactor Homogenous reactor and gas cooled reactors radiation.
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