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M.

TechMechanicalEngineering
ThermalEngineeringStreamME1
1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6
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Disciplines* Combustion&Propulsion HeatTransfer&ThermalPower Hydroturbomachines InternalCombustionEngines&GasTurbines Refrigeration&Airconditioning ThermalTurbomachines


ThestreamdisciplinewillbeallottedfromIISemesterbasedonthe performanceinthefirstsemester.

1.1CombustionandPropulsion SEMESTERI
No. ME6010 ME6020 ME6030 ME6040 ME6050 ME6060 ME6070 Subject AdvancedHeat&MassTransfer ICEngineCombustionandPollution RefrigerationandCryogenics IncompressibleandCompressibleFlow PrinciplesofTurbomachinery FundamentalsofCombustion ThermalEnggLabI TOTAL L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

SEMESTERII
No. ME6000 ME6080 ME6090 ME6110 ME6120 DPE1 DPE2 Subject ComputationalMethodsinEngg. MeasurementsinThermalEngg. ThermalEngg.LabII CombustionTechnology AirBreathingEngines DepartmentElective1 DepartmentElective2 TOTAL L 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 18 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 C 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 20

SEMESTERIII
No. ME6100 ME6900 ME7990* DPE3 RocketTechnology Seminar ProjectPhaseI DepartmentElective3 TOTAL Subject L 3 0 3 6 T 0 0 0 0 P 0 3 0 3 C 3 1 6 3 7

SEMESTERIV
No. ME7990 ProjectPhaseII TOTAL Subject L T P C 18 18

*GradesassignedinfourthSemester. Total=20+20+7+18=65.

ListofElectives
ElectiveIandII No. ME5520 ME6001 ME6140 ME6150 ME6910 ElectiveIII No. ME5550 ME5570 ME6130 ME6450 ME6690 ME7770 Jetflow&Acoustics TransportPhenomena GasTurbines CompactHeatExchangers Theory&Tech.ofFuelCells Subject FlowandThermalInstabilities L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 Subject ExplosionandSafety TheoryofFirePropagation AdvancedThermodynamics NumericalMethodsinThermalEngineering DiagnosticMethodsinCombustionSystems L 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3

AnyotherM.Tech.levelcoursewiththeapprovalofFacultyAdvisor

1.2HeatTransferandThermalPower

SEMESTERI

No. ME6010 ME6020 ME6030 ME6040 ME6050 ME6060 ME6070

Subject AdvancedHeat&MassTransfer ICEngineCombustionandPollution RefrigerationandCryogenics IncompressibleandCompressibleFlows PrinciplesofTurbomachinery FundamentalsofCombustion ThermalEngineeringLaboratoryI TOTAL

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

SEMESTERII

No. ME6000 ME6080 ME6090 ME6200 ME6220 ME6230 DPE1

Subject ComputationalMethodsinEngg MeasurementsinThermalEngg. ThermalEngineeringLaboratoryII Conduction&Radiation HeatExchangerDesign ConvectionandTwoPhaseFlow DepartmentElective1 TOTAL

L 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3

C 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 20

SEMESTERIII
No. ME6900 ME7990* DPE2 DPE3 Seminar ProjectPhaseI DepartmentElective2 DepartmentElective3 TOTAL Subject L 0 3 3 6 T 0 0 0 0 P 3 0 0 3 C 1 6 3 3 7

SEMESTERIV
No. ME7990 ProjectPhaseII TOTAL Subject L T P C 18 18

*GradeassignedinfourthSemester. Total=20+20+7+18=65Credits. ListofElectives


ElectiveI No. ME6150 ME6250 Subject NumericalMethodsinThermalEngineering HeatTransferinEnergySystems L 3 3 T 0 0 P 0 0 C 3 3

ElectivesII&III No. ME5530 ME5560 ME5570 ME6270 ME6280 ME6290 ME6590 ME6690 ME7770 Subject IntroductiontoAtmosphericScience HeatandMassTransferinBiologicalSystems JetFlowandAcoustics DesignofPowerPlantSystems DesignandOptimizationofEnergySystems AdvancedEnergyConversion RenewableEnergyTechnology CompactHeatExchangers Theory&Tech.ofFuelCells L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

AnyotherM.Tech.levelcoursewiththeapprovalofFacultyAdvisor

1.3Hydroturbomachines

SEMESTERI

No. ME6010 ME6020 ME6030 ME6040 ME6050 ME6060 ME6070

Subject AdvancedHeat&MassTransfer ICEngineCombustionandPollution RefrigerationandCryogenics IncompressibleandCompressibleFlows PrinciplesofTurbomachinery FundamentalsofCombustion ThermalEnggLabI TOTAL

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

SEMESTERII

No. ME6000 ME6080 ME6090 ME6300 ME6310 ME6320 DPE1

Subject ComputationalMethodsinEngg. MeasurementsinThermalEngg. ThermalEnggLabII DesignofPumps DesignofHydroturbines PumpApplicationEngg. DepartmentElective1 TOTAL

L 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3

C 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 20

SEMESTERIII
No. ME6900 ME7990* DPE2 DPE3 Seminar ProjectPhaseI DepartmentElective2 DepartmentElective3 TOTAL Subject L 0 3 3 6 T 0 0 0 0 P 3 0 0 3 C 1 6 3 3 7

SEMESTERIV
No. ME7990 ProjectPhaseII TOTAL Subject L T P C 18 18

*GradeassignedinfourthSemester. Total=20+20+7+18=65Credits. ListofElectives


ElectiveI No. ME6340 ME6350 ME7270 Subject VortexElementMethods MechanicalDesignofHydroturbomachines MicroscaleFluidFlowandMachinery L 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 C 3 3 3

ElectivesII&III No. ME6330 ME6360 ME6370 ME6390 ME6920 Cavitation StandardsinHydroturbomachines ExperimentalMethodsinHydroturbomachines MicroHydroPower PerformanceAnalysisofHydroturbomachines Subject L 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3

AnyotherM.Tech.levelcoursewiththeapprovalofFacultyAdvisor

1.4InternalCombustionEngines&GasTurbines

SEMESTERI

No. ME6010 ME6020 ME6030 ME6040 ME6050 ME6060 ME6070

Subject AdvancedHeat&MassTransfer ICEngineCombustionandPollution RefrigerationandCryogenics IncompressibleandCompressibleFlows PrinciplesofTurbomachinery FundamentalsofCombustion ThermalEnggLabI TOTAL

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

SEMESTERII

No. ME6000 ME6080 ME6090 ME6400 ME6430 DPE1 DPE2

Subject ComputationalMethodsinEngg. MeasurementsinThermalEngg. ThermalEngg.LabII DesignofCombustionEngines EngineSystems&Performance DepartmentElective1 DepartmentElective2 TOTAL

L 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3

C 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 20

SEMESTERIII
No. ME6450 ME6900 ME7990* DPE3 GasTurbines Seminar ProjectPhaseI DepartmentElective3 TOTAL Subject L 3 0 3 6 T 0 0 0 0 P 0 3 0 3 C 3 1 6 3 7

SEMESTERIV
No. ME7990 ProjectPhaseII TOTAL Subject L T P C 18 18

*GradeassignedinfourthSemester. Total=20+20+7+18=65Credits.

ListofElectives
ElectivesI&II No. ME6410 ME6420 ME6460 ME6480 ME6930 ElectivesIII No. ME6440 ME6470 ME6490 ME6940 ME6690 ME7770 AlternativeFuels EngineInstrumentation&ElectronicManagement LaserDiagnosticsinEngines EngineNoiseandVibrations CompactHeatExchangers Theory&Tech.ofFuelCells Subject L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 TwoStrokeEngines SimulationofICEnginesProcesses CFDandItsApplicationstoEngineProcesses TransportProcessesinEngines EngineTribology Subject L 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3

AnyotherM.Tech.levelcoursewiththeapprovalofFacultyAdvisor

1.5RefrigerationofAirconditioning

SEMESTERI

No. ME6010 ME6020 ME6030 ME6040 ME6050 ME6060 ME6070

Subject AdvancedHeat&MassTransfer ICEngineCombustionandPollution RefrigerationandCryogenics IncompressibleandCompressibleFlows PrinciplesofTurbomachinery FundamentalsofCombustion ThermalEnggLabI TOTAL

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

SEMESTERII

No. ME6000 ME6080 ME6090 ME6500 ME6510 ME6520 DPE1

Subject ComputationalMethodsinEngg MeasurementsinThermalEngg. ThermalEnggLabII Airconditioning&Ventilation RefrigerationMachinery&Components Sorption,Refrigeration&HeatingSystems DepartmentElective1 TOTAL

L 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3

C 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 20

SEMESTERIII
No. ME6900 ME7990* DPE2 DPE3 Seminar ProjectPhaseI DepartmentElective2 DepartmentElective3 TOTAL Subject L 0 3 3 6 T 0 0 0 0 P 3 0 0 3 C 1 6 3 3 7

SEMESTERIV
No. ME7990 ProjectPhaseII TOTAL Subject L T P C 18 18

*GradeassignedinfourthSemester. Total=20+20+7+18=65Credits.

ListofElectives
ElectiveI No. ME6550 ME6570 Subject VacuumEngineering ThermalEnergyConservation L 3 3 T 0 0 P 0 0 C 3 3

ElectiveIIandIII No. ME6530 ME6540 ME6560 ME6580 ME6590 ME6690 ME7770 Subject HVACSystemsandApplications FoodProcessing,StorageandTransport AdvancedCryogenicSystems UtilizationofSolarEnergy RenewableEnergyTechnology CompactHeatExchangers Theory&Tech.ofFuelCells L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

AnyotherM.Tech.levelcoursewiththeapprovalofFacultyAdvisor

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1.6ThermalTurbomachines

SEMESTERI

No. ME6010 ME6020 ME6030 ME6040 ME6050 ME6060 ME6070

Subject AdvancedHeat&MassTransfer ICEngineCombustionandPollution RefrigerationandCryogenics IncompressibleandCompressibleFlows PrinciplesofTurbomachinery FundamentalsofCombustion ThermalEnggLabI TOTAL

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

SEMESTERII

No. ME6000 ME6080 ME6090 ME6610 ME6620 ME6630 DPE1

Subject ComputationalMethodsinEngg MeasurementsinThermalEngg. ThermalEnggLabII TheoryofSteamandGasTurbines Theory&DesignofCentrifugalMachines TheoryofAxialCompressors DepartmentElective1 TOTAL

L 3 3 0 3 3 3 3 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3

C 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 20

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SEMESTERIII
No. ME6900 ME7990* DPE2 DPE3 Seminar ProjectPhaseI DepartmentElective2 DepartmentElective3 TOTAL Subject L 0 3 3 6 T 0 0 0 0 P 3 0 0 3 C 1 6 3 3 7

SEMESTERIV
No. ME7990 ProjectPhaseII TOTAL Subject L T P C 18 18

*GradeassignedinfourthSemester. Total=20+20+7+18=65Credits.

ListofElectives
ElectiveI No. ME6002 ME6150 ME6340 ME6660 Subject TurbomachineryNoiseandControl NumericalMethodsinThermalEngineering VortexElementMethods Fans,BlowersandCompressors L 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3

ElectiveIIandIII No. ME6450 ME6600 ME6640 ME6650 ME6670 ME6680 GasTurbines Aerodynamic Design of Axial Compressors and Turbines AdvancedTopicsinTurbomachinery ComputationalFluidDynamicsofTurbomachinery GasTurbineEngineering Measurement Turbomachines Techniques in Subject L 3 3 3 3 3 Thermal 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3

AnyotherM.Tech.levelcoursewiththeapprovalofFacultyAdvisor

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M.TechMechanicalEngineering MechanicalDesignStreamME2

SEMESTERI

No. ME6000 ME6700 ME6710 ME6830 ME7360 ME7390 ME6730

Subject ComputationalMethodsinEngineering AdvancedMechanicsofSolids TheoryofMechanisms PrinciplesofProductDesignI TheoryofVibration DesignwithAdvancedMaterials MechanicalDesignLab TOTAL

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

SEMESTERII

No. ME6720 ME6800 DPE! DPE2 DPE3 DPE4 ME7700 ME6790

Subject FailureAnalysisandDesign FiniteElementAnalysis ElectiveI ElectiveII ElectiveIII ElectiveIV DesignPractice CADandMachineElementsLaboratory TOTAL

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 0 19

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 6

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 23

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SEMESTERIII

No. DPE5 DPE6 ME6900 ME7970* ElectiveV ElectiveVI Seminar ProjectI TOTAL

Subject

L 3 3 0 6

T 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 1 4 7

SEMESTERIV

No. ME7950 ProjectII TOTAL

Subject

C 16 16

Total=20+23+7+16=66credits *Gradesassignedinthefourthsemester.

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ListofElectives:
No. CT7000 CT7120 ID5020 ID6010 ID7010 ME6750 ME6760 ME6770 ME6780 ME6810 ME6840 ME6850 ME6860 ME6870 ME7020 ME7120 ME7300 ME7400 ME7430 ME7470 ME7500 ME7640 ME7660 ME7680 ME7710 ME7740 ME7820 ME7830 ME7840 ME7850 ME7860 ME7870 ME7880 ME7890 ME7910 ME7920 ME7930 Subject CompositeMaterialsScience ModelingandEquipmentDesforCompProc MultibodyDynamicsandApplications ConstitutiveModelinginContinuumMechanics AdvancedFiniteElementAnalysis GearDesign DesignofTransmissionElements DesignofPressurevesselsandPiping DesignSynthesis TransmissionMechanismsandManipulators Manufacturingconsiderationsindesign ProductReliability PrinciplesofProductDesignII CAD/CAMforproductdesign RoboticsandRobotapplications SensorsforIntelligentManufacturingandCondition Monitoring FrictionandWearinMachinery MechatronicSystems OilHydraulicsandPneumaticSystems IndustrialInstrumentation MeasurementSystems TriboDesignandAnalysis NonlinearSolidMechanics OptimizationMethodsforMechanicalDesign AdvancedVibrationandAcoustics StructuralHealthandIntegrityMonitoring RotorDynamics RandomVibrations SignalProcessinginMechanicalsystems ModalAnalysisofMechanicalsystems TriboInstrumentation DiagnosticMaintenance VehicularVibration AdvancedAppliedFiniteElement AcousticsandNoiseControl AppliedFiniteElement ChaoticVibrations L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Any other course offered by the Institute after the approval of the Faculty advisor and ProjectGuide.

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M.TechMechanicalEngineering
ManufacturingandPrecisionEngineeringStreamME3

SEMESTERI

No. ME6000 ME7010 ME7020 ME7030 ME7040 ME7050 ME7060

Subject ComputationalMethodsinEngineering MicroprocessorsinAutomation RoboticsandRobotApplications MetrologyandComputerAidedInspection ComputerAidedDesigninManufacturing ComputerNumericalControlandAdaptiveControl ManufacturingandPrecisionEngineeringLabI TOTAL

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

SEMESTERII

No. ME7090 ME7120 ME7400 ME7430 DPE1 DPE2 ME7440

Subject AdvancedMaterialsandProcessing Sensors for Intelligent ConditionMonitoring MechatronicSystems OilHydraulicandPneumaticSystems ElectiveI ElectiveII ManufacturingandPrecisionEngineeringLabII TOTAL Manufacturing and

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20

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SEMESTERIII
No. DPE3 DPE4 ME7070 ElectiveIII ElectiveIV Seminar TOTAL Subject L 3 3 0 6 T 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 3 3 C 3 3 1 6 7

ME7990* ProjectPhaseI

SEMESTERIV
No. ME7990 ProjectPhaseII TOTAL Subject L T P C 18 18

Total=20+20+7+18=65Credits.

ListofElectives
ElectivesIandIIEvenSemester No. ME7100 ME7110 ME7150 ME7170 ME7180 HS7410 Subject ProductionSystemDesign&Control HandlingSystemsDesign&ToolingforAutomated ManufacturingandAssembly ArtificialIntelligenceinManufacturing FlexibleManufacturingSystems MachineVisionanditsApplications ManagementofFinance,MarketingandPersonnel L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3

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No. ME7410 ME7420 ME7470 ME7480 ME7500 ME7540 ME7560 ControlEngineering

Subject

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

ManufacturingMethodsinPrecisionEngineering IndustrialInstrumentation OpticalInstrumentation MeasurementSystems HorologicalInstruments PrecisionEngineeringElementsandInstruments

ElectivesIIIandIVOddSemester No. MA6310 ME7160 ME7200 ME7210 ME7220 ME7300 MT5610 Subject OperationsResearchI Computational Manufacture Methods in Design and L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

TreatmentofMaterials MachineToolDynamics MetalRemovalProcesses FrictionandWearinMachinery MetalFormingProcesses

No. PH6470 ME7450 ME7460 ME7490 ME7510 ME7520 ME7530 ME7550 AppliedOptics

Subject

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

PrecisionElectricDrivesandActuators InertialInstrumentation DesignandPackagingofElectronicEquipment PrecisionEngineeringDesign ProportionalandServoHydraulicControls DesignofRoboticManipulators Control System Design: A Computer Aided Approach

AnyotherM.Tech.levelcoursewiththeapprovalofFacultyAdvisor

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CourseContents
ME5510 LaserinMeasurementsand MicroManufacturing 3003

Introduction: Basic principles of laser operation, control of laser oscillators some specific lasers: gaseous, liquid, solidstate, semiconductordifferentpumpingschemescontinuouswaveandpulsed laserslaserbeamcharacteristicsinteractionoflaserswithmaterials Principle of lasersaided measurement techniques: laser telemetry, light detection and ranging techniques, laseraided diagnostics optical fiber based sensing laser system for various sensing applications recent advancesinsensing,andelectroopticapplications Laseraidedmicroandnanomachiningbasicsoflaserablationprocess, pulsed laser deposition of thin films mechanism and its applications case studies on microfabrication of precision devices and micro systems. __________________________________________________________ ME5520 ExplosionandSafety 3003

Introduction:Classificationofaccidentalandindustrialexplosion,Thermal explosions,Limitsandignition,initiationandpropagationofdeflagrations anddetonations. Backgroundofgasphaseandcondensedphaseexplosionphysics,Dust andSprayexplosions,Experimentalobservations,ChapmanJouguetand Cellulartheory. Classification of explosives, Blast waves, Similarity parameters, Steepening of waves, Energy scaling, Nonideal explosions, Rupture of pressurevessels,TNTequivalence,Yield. Fireball,Radiative,buoyancyandconvectiveeffects,turbulentdispersion, Fragmentation, Boiling liquid vapour explosion, Dispersion of vapour clouds. Safety practices and industrial control, Active and Passive Protection, Risk Management for Explosions, industrial Fire Protection and Detection, Powder and Cold Water Protection, Explosion Venting,

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Rupture Panels and Venting Equipment, HAZOP, Safety codes and Standards,Qualificationofhazards. Reviewofcasestudiesofsomewelldocumentedexplosions. __________________________________________________________ ME5530ThermofluidDynamicsofClimate3003 Introduction:Thecomponentsoftheclimatesystemoceans,cryosphere, terrestrial biosphere, earths crust and mantle, Role of various componentsinclimate,Hydrologicalcycle,Carboncycle,Briefhistoryof climateandtheearthsystem Atmosphericthermodynamics:Gaslaws,Hydrostaticequation,Firstlaw, Adiabaticprocesses,Watervapourinair,Staticstability,Secondlawand entropy,atmosphericdispersion Radiative transfer: EM spectrum, Radiation laws, Physics of absorption, emission and scattering, Radiative transfer in atmosphere, Planetary radiationbudget,IntroductiontoRemoteSensing AtmosphericDynamics:Equationsofmotion,Geostrophicapproximation, AtmosphericGeneralCirculation Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Surface energy balance and bulk aerodynamicformulaeVerticalstructure Climate dynamics: Present day climate Climate variability Climate sensitivity and feedback Global warming Climate monitoring and prediction __________________________________________________________ ME5550 FlowandThermalInstabilities 3003

Basic concepts: normal mode analysis, global stability and uniqueness, staticanddynamicinstability. Linear stability analysis: Concept of dynamical systems, equilibrium states,linearization. Thermal and inertial instability: Development of perturbations in space and time, Boussinesq equations, freefree boundaries, rigidrigid boundaries,freerigidboundaries.

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Connectiveinstabilities:Benardproblem,CouetteBenardflow,Rayleigh Benard convection, RayleighTaylor instability, Marangoni instability, RayleighBenardMarangoniinstability,instabilitiesinstratifiedflows. Instabilityin laminar and parallel shear flows: Instability in Couetteflow, Poiseulliflow,boundarylayers. Shear layer instability: KelvinHelmholtz, symmetric, antisymmetric & torodialinstabilities,jet&wakeinstability,transition.Evolutionofflowsas Reynoldsnumberincreases,routetochaosandturbulence. __________________________________________________________ ME5560 HeatandMassTransferinBiologicalSystems 3003

IntroductiontoBiologicalSystems:HumanbodyPhysiologicalaspects Biothermofluidics: Renal System, Blood Circulation and Lungs Heat Transfer and Temperature Distribution in the Human body Mass, energy, and flow transport in biosystems and biotechnology Bio thermology:MajorChallenges. Thermal control: Cell Cellular energy production Energetics of Cell Growth and Division Energetics of Body Metabolism Body Temperature Temperature Regulation PathologicVariations in Body Temperature. Heat transfer modeling: A Bioheat Equation The Pennes Bioheat Equation Wulff Continuum Model The Klinger Continuum Model The Continuum Model by Chen and Holmes (1980) Countercurrent HeatTransfer:TheMitchelandMyersmodelModelofKellerandSeiler WeinbaumJiji Bioheat Transfer Models Rhythms and Hemodynamic Parametersporousmediumapproachtotissueandbloodflowthrough capillaries. Mass transfer modeling: mass diffusion in tissues porous medium approach to bio mass transfer lungs Respiratory System Alveolar Gas Transport Lung Diffusing Capacity Modeling Alveolar Gas Transport Microscopic macroscopic unification introduction to nephrology. Applications:ExtremetemperaturesBiothermalCoolingfreezingand thawing Cryosurgery Biothermal Heating Radiofrequency thermotherapyThermalinjurymodelinglasersandtissueheating Cell Surgery Modeling of specific human body functions

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measurementofthermophysicalpropertiestransientbioheatequation modelinglasersurgeryineye. __________________________________________________________ ME5570 JetFlowandAcoustics 3003

Introduction to jets: Examples of occurrences and applications. Jet classificationandnomenclature. Structure of Incompressible and compressible jets. Measurements in a jetflows,quantificationofspread,decay,entrainment.Flowvisualization. Mechanismsinnoncircularjets. Governing equations and solution procedure for jet flows: Formulation, Tollmein,Goertlersolutions. Introduction to acoustics: Sound and its sources, Acoustic fields and directivity, Sound waves and governing equations, Acoustic measurementsandinstrumentation. Classification of jet noise: Typical jet noise spectra, Turbulent mixing noise,Lighthillsacousticanalogy,Shockassociatednoise,JetScreech, Mechanism, Frequency models, screech modes, screech cessation. BroadbandShockAssociatedNoise,MachWaveRadiation. Jetacousticmeasurements:Designingcleanjetnoisefacilities,anechoic chamber design, construction and calibration. Analysis of jet noise data: Time series and frequency domain methods. Jet coupling, Instabilitydetection. Jet Flow and Noise Control: Mixing enhancement methods, noise suppressionstrategies. HeatedJets:Flowandnoiseofheatedjets. __________________________________________________________ ME6000 ComputationalMethodsinEngineering 3003

Approximations: Accuracy and precision, definitions of round off and truncationerrors,errorpropagation, Algebraic equations: Formulation and solution of linear algebraic equations, Gauss elimination, LU decomposition, iteration methods (Gauss Siedel), convergence of iteration methods, Eigen values and Eigenvectors.

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Interpolation methods: Newtons divided difference, interpolation polynomials,Lagrangeinterpolationpolynomials Differentiation and Integration: High accuracy differentiation formulae, extrapolation, derivatives of unequally spaced data, Gauss quadrature andintegration Transform techniques: Continuous Fourier series, frequency and time domains, Laplace transform, Fourier integral and transform, Discrete FourierTransform(DFT),FastFourierTransform(FFT) Differential equations: Initial and boundary value problems, Eigen value problems, solutions to elliptical and parabolic equations, partial differentialequations Regression methods: Linear and nonlinear regression, multiple linear regression,generallinearleastsquares Statistical methods: Statistical representation of data, modeling and analysisofdata,testsofhypotheses Introduction to optimization methods: Local and global minima, Line searches, Steepest descent method, Conjugate gradient method, Quasi Newtonmethod,Penaltyfunction. Solutiontopracticalengineeringproblemsusingsoftwaretools __________________________________________________________ ME6001 TheoryofFirePropagation 3003

Review of thermochemistry, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, premixed and diffusion flames, heat and mass transfer, Heterogeneous combustion,Ignition phenomena in liquid fuels, Burning rates of Liquid fuels, Ignition phenomena in solid fuels, Pyrolysis of solid fuels, Fire spread over liquid and solid fuel surfaces, Analysis of fire plumes, Enclosurefires,Incineration,Forestfires,Firesafetyaspects. __________________________________________________________ ME6002 TurbomachineryNoiseandControl 3003

Noisescalesandratingofnoise ElementaryacousticsThewaveequationAcousticsources Transmission along ducts Two dimensional duct Cylindrical duct Radiation

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AcousticAnalogiesLighthill,FfowcsWilliamsHawkingsequations CompressorandFannoise InteractiontonenoisekinematicsofinteractionnoiseTylerSofrinmodes RotorstatorinteractionAnalysisforinteractiontonenoise Rotor/inflowdistortioninteractionmultiplepuretonenoise Broadbandnoiseselfandtrailingedgenoise Designandflowmanipulationstrategiestocontrolnoise AcoustictreatmentAttenuationinLinedUniformDucts Overview of Computational Aeroacoustics as relevant to prediction of turbomachinerynoise. __________________________________________________________ ME6010 AdvancedHeatandMassTransfer 3003

Introduction Review of Heat Transfer Fundamentals Transient conductionandextendedsurfaceHeatTransferBriefreviewofSteady Laminar and Turbulent Heat Transfer in External and Internal Flows HeatTransferatHighSpeedsUnsteadyLaminarandTurbulentForced Convectionin Ducts and on Plates Convection withbodyforces Two Phase Flow correlations Radiation basics Radiation in Enclosures Gas Radiation Diffusion and Convective Mass Transfer Combined HeatandMassTransferfromPlatesandinPipes. __________________________________________________________ ME6020 ICEngineCombustionandPollution 3003

Role of fuel in engine combustion, selection of fuels, Basic combustion processesforSIandCIenginesFactorsaffectingcombustioninthese engines Combustion chambers Instrumentation to study the combustionprocessinengines.PollutionformationinSIandCIengines FactorsaffectingemissionsControlmeasuresforevaporativeemissions Thermal reactors and catalytic converters Engine modifications to reduce emissions Instrumentation to measure pollutants Emission standardsandtesting. __________________________________________________________

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ME6030

RefrigerationandCryogenics

3003

Methods of producing cold: thermodynamic basis, first & second law analysesVapourcompression systems:Idealandactualcyclessingle stage, multistage and cascade systems Environmental aspects and alternate refrigerants Vapour absorption systems: Refrigerant absorbentcombinationssinglestage,multistageandopencyclesystems Nonconventional systems: Vapour jet, aircycle, thermoelectric refrigeration Cryogenic liquefaction and refrigeration systems Low temperature insulations Typical applications of refrigeration and cryogenics. __________________________________________________________ ME6040 IncompressibleandCompressibleFlow 3003

Ideal and nonideal flows, General equations of fluid motion, Navier Strokes equations and their exact solutions. Boundary Layer Theory Wedge flows, Laminar flow over plates, cylinders and through pipes Integral methods Turbulence, models and flow equations Steady and Unsteady Turbulent boundary layers. Introduction to Compressible Viscousflows,governingequations,flowwithfrictionandHeatTransfer Flow through nozzles and Diffusers, Fanno and Rayleigh lines, Normal andobliqueshocks. __________________________________________________________ ME6050 PrinciplesofTurbomachinery 3003

ClassificationSpecificworkRepresentationofspecificworkinTsand hs diagrams Internal and external losses Euler's equation of turbomachinery Ideal and actual velocity triangles Slip and its estimation Impulse and reaction type machines Degree of reaction EffectofoutletbladeangleonbladeshapeModellaws,specificspeed andshapenumberSpecialfeaturesofhydro,steamandgasturbines Performance characteristics of turbomachines Cavitation, Surge and StallThinaerofoiltheoryCascademechanics. __________________________________________________________ ME6060 FundamentalsofCombustion 3003

Fuelsandtheirproperties.Reviewofbasicthermodynamicsandgaseous mixtures. Combustion Thermodynamics Stoichiometry the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics applied to combustion composition products in equilibrium Fundamentals of combustion kinetics. General characteristics of combustion flame and detonation. Laminar flame
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propagation. Flammability limits and quenching of laminar flames. Ignition, Turbulent flame propagation. Flame stabilization, Gas jets and combustion of gaseous fuel jets. Vaporization and Combustion of liquid fueldroplet.Combustionofacoalparticle. __________________________________________________________ ME6070 ThermalEngineeringLaboratoryI 0032

Free Convection Heat Transfer Forced Convection of Heat Transfer Measuring Instruments for R & AC applications Measuring of very low temperature Calibration of Wedge Probe Performance studies on Centrifugal Fan Performance and emission measurements in twoand fourstroke S.I. engines Performance and emission measurements in Diesel engines Performance test on a Centrifugal pump Performance testonaHydroturbineMeasurementofdensityandViscosityofoilsand MeasurementofGasFlowRatethroughpipelines. __________________________________________________________ ME6080 MeasurementsinThermalEngineering 3003

Introductiontomeasurementsforscientificandengineeringapplications need and goal broad category of methods for measuring field and derived quantities Principles of measurement parameter estimation regressionanalysiscorrelationserrorestimationanddatapresentation analysis of data Measurement offield quantities thermometry heat flux measurement measurement of force, pressure, flow rate, velocity, humidity,noise,vibrationmeasurementoftheabovebyprobeandnon intrusivetechniquesMeasurementofderivedquantitiestorque,power, thermophysical properties radiation and surface properties Analytical methodsandpollutionmonitoringmassspectrometrychromatography spectroscopy. __________________________________________________________ ME6090 ThermalEngineeringLaboratoryII 0032

Radiation Heat Transfer Boiling Heat Transfer Performance evaluation of a vapour compression refrigeration Performance evaluation of thermoelectricrefrigeratorandheatpumpCalibrationofa5holeProbe Performance Studies on an Axial Flow Fan Measurement and Analysis of combustion parameters in I.C.engines Study of various transducers used in I.C. engines Parallel and Series operation ofpumps Cavitation test on a centrifugal pump Evaluation of the Calorific value of gaseous andliquidfuelsBurningvelocitymeasurementinlaminarflames.

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ME6100

RocketTechnology

3003

Comparison of Air Breathing and Rocket Propulsion Systems, Classification of Rockets, Performance parameters of Rockets, Thermodynamic evaluation of performance parameters, Nozzle Expansion,RealNozzles,IdealThrustEquation,Escapevelocity,Vehicle acceleration,MultistagingofRockets,Spacetravel,Thrustvectorcontrol. Solid Propellant Rocket Motors, Solid Propellant Formulations, Burning Rate, Temperature Sensitivity, Erosive burning, Igniters, Combustion Instability, T Burner, Grain design. Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines, Liquid Propellants, Feed systems, Injectors, Combustion Mechanisms, Combustion Instability, Rocket Cooling, Testing of Rockets, Introduction toElectricalandNuclearRockets. __________________________________________________________ ME6110 CombustionTechnology 3003

Characteristics of free and confined turbulent and swirling gas jets and their combustion. Stabilization of burning gas jets. Characteristics and design consideration of gas burners. Combustion of liquid fuels, fuel atomization, types ofinjectors and spray characteristics, Burning droplet in its ballistic trajectory, Characteristics of spray combustion, Characteristicsanddesignconsiderationofoilburners,CoalCombustion, combustionofpulverizedcoalcombustionofcoalonabed,inafluidised bedandinacyclonefurnace.Stabilizationofpulverizedcoalcombustion. Designconsiderationsofcoalburners.BoilersandFurnacestypesused in industries, Thermodynamics, fluid flow and heat transfer aspects of boilersandfurnaces,CombustioninI.C.Engines,Combustiongenerated pollution. __________________________________________________________ ME6120 AirBreathingEngines 3003

ReactionprincipleEssentialfeaturesofpropulsivedevicesMomentum theoryappliedtopropulsivedevicesperformanceofturboprop,turbojet andturbofanenginescombustioninjetenginesAugmentationofthrust, noisesuppression.Factorsinfluencingperformanceanddesignoframjet engines.Supersonicinletsandstartingproblem. __________________________________________________________

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ME6130

TransportPhenomena

3003

ClassificationofTransportPhenomenaIntroductiontotensoranalysis Conservationequationsformulticomponentfluidsystems,theboundary layer approximation Solutionmethods, effects of suction and blowing IntroductiontoKineticTheoryofgases,BoltzmannandMaxwelltransfer equations, determination of transport coefficient Use of Broka Nomographsforestimationoftransportproperties,TransportPhenomena inliquids,TransportPhenomenainTurbulentflows. __________________________________________________________ ME6140 AdvancedThermodynamics 3003

Introduction to microscopic thermodynamics. Classical statistical mechanics. Applications of statistical mechanics to thermodynamics. Thermodynamic properties, kinetics of perfect monoatomic gases. Maxwell Boltzmann, Fermi Dirac and Bose Einstein statistics. Photons and free electrons. Second law analysis of Engineering processes:Availabilityandirreversibilityofheat,a(closed)systemanda stream in steady flow and their applications in thermal engineering. Thermodynamicrelationsforasinglecomponentsystem.Realgasesand their equations of state generalized charts for compressibility, enthalpy changes and fugacity. Single phase systems. Solutions and their types mixtures of real gases ideal and non ideal liquid solutions. Multiphase systems, Equilibrium of a single and multicomponent, multiphase systems. __________________________________________________________ ME6150 NumericalMethodsinThermalEngineering 3003

Governingequationsforthermalsystems.Solutionsoflinear&nonlinear algebraic equations, applications in thermal radiation and chemical equilibrium calculations. Time marching solutions applications to reaction kinetics. Discretization of derivatives finite difference applications in steady conduction simulation of transient conduction by finite difference applications in convective heat transfer. Finite volume methodapplicationsinheatconductionincompressibleflowsimulation modeling of compressible flows simulation of reacting systems. Introduction to FEM incompressible flow simulation by FEM.Turbulent flow modeling. __________________________________________________________

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ME6200

ConductionandRadiation

3003

Conduction Heat Transfer Heat equation in cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinates boundary conditions extended surfaces heat transfertransientconductionconductionwithphasechangeintegral method, integral transforms and numerical methods. Radiation Heat Transfer Fundamental laws of thermal radiation surface properties radiative heat exchange among diffuse, gray and nongray surfaces separated by nonparticipating media gas radiation and radiation transfer in enclosures containing absorbing and emitting media interactionofradiationwithconductionandconvection. __________________________________________________________ ME6220 HeatExchangerDesign 3003

Classification of heat exchangers (HX) basic design methods for HX DesignofshellandtubeHX.TEMACodePlateHXPowerPlantHX HX for heat recovery at low, medium and high temperatures Computerised methods for design and analysis of HX Compact HX Principles of boiler design Codes for mechanical design of HX Performance enhancement of HX Fouling of HX Testing, evaluation andmaintenanceofHX. __________________________________________________________ ME6230 ConvectionandTwoPhaseFlow 3003

Introduction to Single and Twophase flows Conservation laws Navier Stokes equations Differential and Integralforms External laminar flows Flatplate,Wedgeflows,flowovercylinders,Separation,InternalLaminar Flow Circular pipe, noncircular ducts Free convection Vertical plate cylinders, mixed convection, natural convection in porous media, enclosures Turbulent flows Theory, models and correlations Condensation, Boiling and Two phase flows film and dropwise condensation, Nusselt theory, pool and film Boiling, pressure drop and heat transfer in two phase flows, Numerical solution to convective problems. __________________________________________________________ ME6250 HeatTransferinEnergySystems 3003

HeatTransferinporousmediaInsulatingsystemdesignHeatTransfer in rotatingmachinery Heat Transferin thermal storage systems Heat

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Transfer in high speed flow and thermal protection in high temperature systems. __________________________________________________________ ME6270 DesignofPowerPlantSystems 3003

Steam,gas,vapourandcombinedcyclepowerplantsDesignofBoilers, Condensers,Feedwaterheaters,airheatersandcoolingtowersDesign of Gas Turbine Combustor Nuclear reactor fundamentals and design SpacePowerPlants. __________________________________________________________ ME6280 DesignandOptimizationofEnergySystems 3003

Introduction to Energy System Design Regression analysis and Equation fitting Modeling of thermal equipment (heat exchangers, evaporators,condensers,turbomachines,distillationequipment)System simulation (successive substitution, Newton Raphson method) examples. Economic analysis. Optimization Search methods, Linear Programming, Dynamic programming, geometric programming Lagragianmultipliers,GeneticAlgorithms. __________________________________________________________ ME6290 AdvancedEnergyConversion 3003

Fossil and Biofuels (Classification and Characterization) Clean Energy Technology(FluidizedBedBoilers,GasificationandGasifiersIntegrated Gasifier Combined Cycle Technology) Supercritical Boilers Cogeneration and Combined Cycle Power Generation Fuel Cells and MHD Technology Solar and Wind Power Plants Advanced Nuclear PowerAdvancedPollutionControlTechnology. __________________________________________________________ ME6300 DesignofPumps 3003

Historical Development Study of Existing Designs Fundamental Equations and definitions Slip power design of pump impellers Aerodynamic method of design of axial flow pump impellers Double curvaturevanesMethodoferrortrianglesDesignofmixedflowpumps Inlet and outlet elements Introduction to computer aided design and layoutofimpellers. __________________________________________________________

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ME6310

DesignofHydroturbines

3003

Classification and constructional features of different types of turbines Energy equation Draft tubes Cavitationinturbines Hydraulic design of Francis, Kaplan and PeltonTurbinerunners Vane development and layout Control of cavitation coefficient Hydraulic design of spiral casings, draft tubes, guide vane systems for reaction turbines Design consideration of Bulb turbines and fully reversible axial flow pump turbines. __________________________________________________________ ME6320 PumpApplicationEngineering 3003

Pump classes and types Performance and system characteristics Regulation,selection,operationandmaintenancePipingsystemsizing and analysis Concepts of pumping system economics Pumps for power plant services, Petroleum industries, Chemical industries, Water supply, Textile, Food Processing and handling industries, Sewage and sumpservices,etc. __________________________________________________________ ME6330 Cavitation 3003

Definition Types and effects Production of controlled cavitation and different study methods and equipments Effect of liquid properties on inception of cavitation Physics of cavitation Cavitation in pumps and turbines: Critical zones, damage and performance effects Testing pumps and turbines for cavitation behaviour Design aspects for cavitationfreeoperation. __________________________________________________________ ME6340 VortexElementMethods 3003

Basis of surface singularity modeling Induced velocities Concept of vortex sheets Computer aided plotting of streamlines within the flow fieldSchlichting'smethodfortheanalysisofaerofoilsSurfaceVorticity or Martensen's method Flows with symmetry about the xaxis Lifting bodies,twodimensionalaerofoilsandcascadesMultiplebodiesRadial cascades Axisymmetric Surface Vorticity model Body of revolution AnnularaerofoilsandenginecowlsAnnulusflowsVortexdynamicsin inviscidflowsSimplevortexcloudmodelingfortwodimensionalbodies Simulationofviscousdiffusionindiscretevortexmodeling. __________________________________________________________

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ME6350

MechanicalDesignofHydroturbomachines

3003

ConstructionaldetailsDesignofshaftsincludingdeterminationofcritical speedsStressanalysisofradial,mixedandaxialflowimpellerblades Axial and radial thrusts Stresses in Pelton turbine buckets Stress analysis in impeller shrouds Bearings Seals, Stuffing boxes, Contactless seals, Mechanical seals Stresses in volute casings RegulatingmechanismsMaterialselection. __________________________________________________________ ME6360 StandardsinHydroturbomachines 3003

Need for standardization Areas, methods and organisation Nomenclature and sizing of parts & assemblies Choice of materials TestingmethodsSelectionofinstrumentsRequirementsofcalibration and checking Choice of samples for testing Study of national and international standards on Pumps and Hydroturbines Standards in applicationofhydroturbomachines. __________________________________________________________ ME6370 ExperimentalMethodsinHydroturbomachines 3003

Measuring requirements in Hydroturbomachines Characteristics of pumpsandhydroturbinesModeltestingSetupsfortestingAccidental and systematic errors Error analysis Design of probes and their calibration Flow visualization Unsteady flow measurements MeasurementsinrotatingsystemsNoiseandvibrationmeasurements Introduction to data logging and Computer Aided Instrumentation and Testing. __________________________________________________________ ME6390 MicroHydroPower 3003

Hydraulics of Hydropower Types of Power plants and their layout Turbines: Terminology, Types and constructional details Hydrologic Analysis Selection of Turbines Cavitation and Turbine setting Regulation Economic analysis pumps as turbines Environmental issuesstandardization. __________________________________________________________

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ME6400

DesignofCombustionEngines

3 003

Constructionalfeaturesofdifferenttypesofinternalcombustionengines Number, size and arrangement of cylinders Detailed design procedure for important components like cylinder, piston, piston rings, connecting rod, crankshaft, crankcase, manifolds and poppet valves Design procedureforinletportsandexhaustportsoftwostrokeenginesEngine balancing Design of cooling system components Silencer and air filter design Design of turbochargers and superchargers Engine materials and manufacturing processes Computer aided design of engine components. __________________________________________________________ ME6410 TwoStrokeEngines 3003

Method of operation, advantages and disadvantages, Constructional features and methods of charging, Scavenging, Intake and exhaust systems,Waveactionandtuning,Porttimingandportsizecalculations, Lubricationandcoolingsystems,DifferencesbetweentwostrokeSIand CI engines, Combustion in two stroke SI and CI engines, Knock, Pre ignition and misfiring, Combustion analysis, Emissions from two stroke engines and their control, Performance characteristics. Supercharging twostrokeengines,Methodstoimproveperformanceofsmalltwostroke SIengines. __________________________________________________________ ME6420 SimulationofICEnginesProcesses 3003

Full cycle simulation of I.C. engines Gas exchange processes combustion and heat transfer processes Simulation of ideal and actual Ottocyclesatfullthrottle,partthrottleandsuperchargedconditionsand their comparative evaluation Computer routines for estimation of the compositionandpropertiesofunburnedandburnedmixturesSimulation of progressive and spray combustion processes with reference to homogeneous and heterogeneouschargeenginesEstimationofengine heat transfer Consideration of Engine friction in cycle calculations. Simulationofscavengingprocessesintwostrokeengines.Applicationof simulationtechniquestoenginetuning. __________________________________________________________

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ME6430

EngineSystemsandPerformance

3003

WorkingprincipleConstructionaldetailsClassificationandapplicationof different types of I.C. Engines Wankel and other rotary engines Operation of the Stirling engine Mixture preparation systems for SI and CI engines Combustion chambers Ignition, lubrication and cooling systems Speed governing systems Intake and exhaust systems Supercharging methods Turbocharger matching Aerothermodynamics ofcompressorsandturbinesEngineTestingandperformanceEffectsof enginedesignandoperatingparametersonperformanceandemissions __________________________________________________________ ME6440 AlternativeFuels 3003

Fossil fuels and their limitations Engine requirements Potential alternative liquid and gaseous fuels Methods of production Properties, safetyaspects,handlinganddistributionofvariousliquidalternativefuels likealcohols,vegetableoils,DimethylandDiethyletheretc.,theirusein engines, performance and emission characteristics Conversion of vegetable oils to their esters and effect on engine performance Use of gaseousfuelslikebiogas,LPG,hydrogen,naturalgas,producergasetc. in SI/CI engines Production, storage, distribution and safety aspects of gaseous fuels. Different approaches like dual fuel combustion and surface ignition to use alternative fuels in engines Use of additives to improvetheperformancewithalternativefuelsHybridpowerplantsand fuelcell. __________________________________________________________ ME6450 GasTurbines 3003

OpenandClosedCycleGasTurbinesThermodynamicanalysisofgas turbinecyclesSimple,intercooledandreheatcycles Performanceof practical gas turbine cycles Gas turbine combustion systems Compressor and turbine characteristics Theory and design of compressorsandturbinesBladecooling,performanceofturbojetunits, TurbochargingofI.C.Engines. __________________________________________________________ ME6460 CFDanditsApplicationtoEngineProcesses 3003

Review of fluid dynamic processes in engines Equations of mass, momentum, energy and species balance Specification of boundary

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conditionsTurbulentflowmodelsApproximationofgoverningequations by Finite Difference Methods Discretization error estimates Application ofFDMtoheattransferTimemarchingsolutionsbyexplicit,implicitand semiimplicitTechniquesCriteriafornumericalstability.Fluxformulation for Finite Volume method Incorporation of variable properties and non uniformgridSolutionofconvectivediffusiontransportequationbyFinite Volume Method Upwinding and artificial diffusion. Modeling of flow problemsSimulationofincompressibleviscousflowbySIMPLEmethod Simulation of subsonic/supersonic compressible flows simulation of reacting flows Fundamentals of grid generation Structured and unstructured grid generation techniques Application of grid generation techniques. Introduction to the use of commercial software Use of commercialCFDsoftwareinenginesimulationCasestudies. __________________________________________________________ ME6470 EngineInstrumentation andElectronicManagement 3003

Principle of operation of different types of transducers used for engine measurements Errors, calibration and uncertainty analysis Measurement and analysis of cylinder and manifold pressure Crank shaft position sensing Heat release analysis Chassis and test bed dynamometers Measurement of torque, airflow,fuelflow, temperature, vibrations and noise. Knock and misfire detection and control Gas sampling valves, swirl meters Octane and Cetane rating methods and instruments Incylinder photography Hot wire, LDA and PIV systems Schlieren technique Principle of operation of emission measuring instruments Emission test procedures Dilution tunnels and CVS systems. Fuel and lubricating oil composition estimation. Spectroscopy and gas/liquid chromatography Data acquisition systems Ato D and D to A conversion, Counters and timers. Introduction to digital electronics and operational amplifiers Microprocessor fundamentals Signal conditioners Test bed automation Electronic control of SI and CI fuel injection,ignitionandcoolingsystemsControlofexhaustaftertreatment devices Knock and Misfire detection and control Variable valve timing methods. __________________________________________________________ ME6480 TransportProcessesinEngines 3003

Review of transport equations and laws identification of fluid flow, heat andmasstransferrelatedprocessesinengines.Flowthroughmanifolds,

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valves and ports Wave action analysis, carburetor and injector flows Spraygrowthanditsinteractionwithairandwall. ElementsofairmotioninenginesSwirl,squish,tumbleandturbulence Characterisation of turbulent mixing process in engines Combustion inducedflow,turbulencecombustioninteractionCreviceflowBlowby Prechamberflow. Nature of engine heat transfer and its basic considerations Parametric relationshipofengineoutputwithheattransferConvectiveandradiative heattransferinenginesHeattransfercorrelationsinenginesBoundary layermodelforincylinderheatconvectionThermalloadingandtransient heat transfer through walls Mass transfer by diffusion and convection Simultaneous heat and mass transfer Stefan flow problem, droplet varourisationwithandwithoutthermalconsiderationsMasstransferwith chemical reactions Simple chemical reacting systems Compositemass andenergyfractions,Transfernumberrelationships. __________________________________________________________ ME6490 LaserDiagnosticsinEngines 3003

Properties of lasers Classical versus laser diagnostic techniques Introduction to laser spectroscopy Incylinder flow field measurement, Laser Doppler anemometry and Particle Image Velocimetry Laser induced Florescence Laser Raleigh Scattering Laser extinction and absorption Coherent antistokes Raman Spectroscopy for fuel concentration measurements Two dimensional temperature measurement by Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence Soot Diagnostics byLaserinducedincandescence. __________________________________________________________ ME6500 AirconditioningandVentilation 3003

Fundamentals Air properties, psychrometry, basic processes, and summerandwinterairconditioning. Comfort Concept of human comfort and thermal response, comfort factorsandenvironmentalindices,IAQ. Equipment analysis and selection Filter,fan, airwasher, cooling tower andcoolinganddehumidifyingcoil. Load estimation Heat and mass transfer in wall, insulation, vapour barrier,andcoolingandheatingloadcalculations.

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Air distribution Air flow in duct, duct sizing and space air diffusion. Ventilation Methods, applications in industries, exhaust systems and design. __________________________________________________________ ME6510 RefrigerationMachineryandComponents 3003

Design of reciprocating compressor components Frame, Crank Case, StuffingBox,Seal,Valve,Piston,PistonRing,Crank,Connectingrodetc. Designofrotaryvane,RotarypistonandScrewcompressors.Analysisof centrifugal compressor Capacity regulation of compressors. Testing of refrigerationcompressors.Varioustypesofcondensersandevaporators Thermal design and construction of condensers and evaporators Types of expansion devices capillary tube, thermostatic expansion valve, automatic expansion valve and float valve etc. Design and selection of expansion devices Design of refrigerant piping refrigerationsystemcontrolsand safetydevices:Solenoidvalve,suction andevaporatorpressureregulator,Filter,drier,oilseparator,reliefvalve, safety valve, high and low pressure cut out, thermostat, water regulator etc. Motors for refrigeration compressor Dehydrating, charging and testing of refrigeration system application of microprocessors in refrigerationsystem. __________________________________________________________ ME6520 Sorption,RefrigerationandHeatingSystems 3003

Classification of sorption systems: absorption and adsorption, Dry and wettypesSorptionrefrigerationsystems,heatpumps,heattransformers Wet absorption systems: Solution thermodynamics, Refrigerant /absorbentcombinations,Vapourpressure/concentration/temperature/ enthalpy relations and charts Single stage, multistage, resorption and hybrid systemsTypes and design considerationsfor components such asabsorbers,generators,rectifiers,etc.,Pumplessabsorptionsystems. Dry absorption / adsorption systems, Refrigerant / sorbent combinations and their properties, System analysis Metal hydride based systems HeatandMasstransferinsorptionbedsandreactors.

ME6530

HVACSystemsandApplications

3003

Air conditioning systems Unitary, allair, allwater, airwater, DX and chilledwatersystems.

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Airconditioningcontrolcontrolactions,controlleddevices,subsystems controlofcentralplantsandfireandsmokecontrol. ApplicationsofHVACComfortresidence,hotels,placesofassembly, public and commercial buildings, transport, etc. Industrial Clean rooms,nuclearfacilities,computercenters,dryingsystems,underground mines,etc. Sound control Acoustical design criteria, sources of noise, noise reductionandcontrolacousticalanalysis. Optimization and Energy conservation Load reduction, heat recovery andstorage,controlsandenergymanagement.

ME6540

FoodProcessing,StorageandTransport

3003

Factorscausingspoilageoffoodsandtheirdependenceontemperature Thermophysical properties of food products Precooling analyses, techniques and equipment Freezing analyses, techniques and equipmentFreezedryingandfreezeconcentrationtechniquesStorage requirementsfordifferentfoodproductsTypes,designandoperationof cold stores and refrigerated warehouses Insulations and water vapour barriersThermalsterilizationoffoodsColdchainRefrigeratedtrucks, trailers, containers and rail road cars Marine and air transport ApplicationstoHorticulturalandotherbiologicalmaterials. __________________________________________________________ ME6550 VacuumEngineering 3003

KineticTheory of Gases, fluidflow invacuumlinesviscous, transitional and molecular flows Conductance of pipelines, fitting, pumps, pump down line Constructionmaterialsforvacuum equipments and their out gassing characteristics Vacuum production techniques Principles of operation of rotary, diffusion, turbo molecular, cryo vacuum pumps Mechanical and thermal design considerations Selection of vacuum pumpMeasurementofvacuum Mcleod,thermalconductivity,hotand cold cathode ionization gauges Mechanical design of vacuum chambers,seals,valves,flangesandpipelinesApplicationsofvacuum technology for space, food preservation, manufacturing and cryogenic applications. __________________________________________________________

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ME6560

AdvancedCryogenicSystems

3003

Review of solid and fluid properties at low temperatures Liquefaction systems: Open and closed cycles Effect of Component efficiencies as performance Simulation of performance of differentliquefaction cycles Cryogenic Refrigerators: Recuperative and Regenerative cycles Effect of irreversibilities on system performance Microminiature and miniature cryocoolers for space and defense applications Design criteria for equipment associated with low temperature systems: heat exchangers, compressors, expanders Separation and purification systems, commercial air separation cycles Industrial Storage and Transfer of CryogensSafetyandhandlingofcryogens. __________________________________________________________ ME6570 ThermalEnergyConservation 3003

BasicprinciplesofenergyconservationEnergyanalysisandapplication of laws ofthermodynamicsEnergy consumption and rejection patterns for different thermal processes such as air conditioning, drying, thermal power generation, boilers,furnaces etc., Energy conservation potential indifferentthermalprocessesTypesandapplicationsofdifferentenergy recovery equipments such as runaround coils, regenerators, recuperators, economisers, heat pipe heat exchangers, plate heat exchangers, heat pumps, steam accumulators, storage boilers, waste heat boilers, etc., Sensible heat, latent heat and thermochemical energy storage systems Thermal insulation and its role in energy conservationCogenerationCasestudies. __________________________________________________________ ME6580 UtilizationofSolarEnergy 3003

Introduction to different types of renewable energy sources Sun as a source of energy Solar radiation extra terrestrial at earths surface horizontal tilted surface. Estimation of radiation hourly, daily and monthlyaverageattenuationofsolarradiationbyatmosphereEffectof orientation of receiving surface Measurement of solar radiation and sunshine. Radiation characteristics of opaque materials radiation transmission through covers and absorption by collectors. Theory offlat plate collectors liquid and air flat plate collectors, their design and performancesothertypesofflatplatecollectors.Theoryofconcentrating collectorsModesoftrackingcylindricalparaboliccollectorcompound parabolic collector central receiver collector Fixed reflector and tracking absorber collector design and their performances. Thermal

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energystorage,differentmethodsandapplications,solarponds,Thermal applications like thermal power conversion, solar cooling and heating solardesalinationdryingsolarpumpingetc. __________________________________________________________ ME6590 RenewableEnergyTechnology 3003

Sources: Renewable Energy Sources in India Potential sites, availability. Solar Energy: Measurement and collection, flat plate collectors,concentratingcollectors,solarponds,photovoltaicconversion, Thermal energy storage. Ocean Energy: Principles of OTEC wave energy,tidalenergy,energyconversionsystems.WindEnergy:Principle, potentialandstatusWindCharacteristicsNationalWindAtlasTheoryof wind turbine blades Types of wind turbines and their characteristics. Biofuels: Sources and potential, properties and characterization Biogas generation through aerobic and anaerobic digestion Thermochemical methods of biofuel utilization: Combustion and gasification Status of biofuel technology. Geothermal EnergyNature, types and utilization. Applications: Applications of renewable energy sources Typical examples. __________________________________________________________ ME6600 AerodynamicDesign ofAxialCompressorsandTurbines 3003

Axial flow fans and compressors Degree of reaction Design methodologydesignofrotor,statorbladingusingisolatedairfoiltheory, cascade theory and slip power theory Velocity triangles blade angles and flow angles blade outlet angle and profile shape Multistage compression number of stages compressor length, design of axial compressor stages. Axial flow steam & gas turbines impulse and reaction types Multistage turbines compounding of turbine stages Aerodynamic design of turbine rotor/stator blading section profiles turbinelength. __________________________________________________________ ME6610 TheoryofSteamandGasTurbines 3003

Axial flow turbines twodimensional and experimental flow in turbines design charts correlations and applications to stage performance Off design performance estimation Three dimensional flow viscous flows Losses and efficiencies turbines of low shape parameter, partial admission turbines Stenning's analysis Supersonic and transonic

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turbine stages nozzle and rotor blade passage calculations Cooled turbines Single spool compressor and turbine matching General methodsandsimplifiedmethodsofequilibriumoperation. __________________________________________________________ ME6620 TheoryandDesignofCentrifugalMachines 3003

RadialCompressor:DifferentdesignapproachesAerodynamicdesign design of impeller major dimensions vane geometry Outlet guide mechanism vaneless and vaned diffusers volute casing General arrangementDesignandoffdesignperformanceestimationofmultistage compressorseffectofcompressibilityonthedesignnumberofstages and compressor length construction. Radial Turbines: Turbine head, efficiency and other characteristics, calculation of main dimensions, design of blades, multistage and multi flow arrangement, performance data,application. __________________________________________________________ ME6630 TheoryofAxialCompressors 3003

Axialflowcompressorsairfoiltheorycascadetheory(twodimensional) potential and experimental flow theories correlations Degree of reactionOffdesignperformanceestimationofstagesusingcorrelations Irreversibilities and efficiencies Design of compressor stages on two dimensional basis Threedimensional flow theories simple radial equilibrium equation, actuator disc theory and streamline curvature method Supersonic compressor stages viscous flows and losses in compressorsBoundarylayersonbladesandannuluswallsSecondary andtipclearanceflowsStallingandsurgingincompressors. __________________________________________________________ ME6640 AdvancedTopicsinTurbomachinery 3003

Axial flow Compressors: threedimensional viscous flow three dimensionalboundarylayersonrotatingblades annulus wallboundary layercalculationmethodssecondaryandtipclearanceflowsandlosses Surge and stall in axial compressors: prediction methods, stability and range enhancement methods, post stall behaviour Unsteady flows basic phenomena inlet distortion flutter Inverse design techniques Blade and disc stresses and vibrations. Centrifugal compressors and radialturbines:viscousflowsboundarylayerflowssecondaryandtip clearanceflows and losses Stability and range enhancementmethods Unsteady flows Blade and disc stresses Design optimisation three

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dimensional shape generation techniques. Axial flow turbines : loss modeling of axial turbines: Profile and secondary losses, tip clearance losses, Details of secondary and tip clearance flows Transonic and supersonic blade design Unsteady flows sources of unsteadiness, relevantparameters,Inviscidandviscousflowsrotor/statorinteractions, wakestructureandvortexsheddingInversedesigntechniquesTurbine heattransferandcooling. __________________________________________________________ ME6650 ComputationalFluidDynamics ofTurbomachinery 3003

Governingequationsandboundaryconditionsforturbomachineryflows possible simplifications and typical examples Generation of three dimensionalshapesuseofBeziercurvesGridgenerationtechniques structuredandunstructuredgridgenerationalgorithmsFinitedifference, finitevolume andfinite elementmethods Benchmarking Case studies Useofcommercialcodes. __________________________________________________________ ME6660 Fans,BlowersandCompressors 3003

Classification fans, blowers and compressors centrifugal, axial flow and mixed flow types Principles of operation Different design approaches Flow mechanism through the impeller ideal and actual flowsconceptofslippowerDegreeofreactionAerodynamicdesignof impellers impeller blade design diffusers and volute casing PerformanceandregulationsurgingandstallingConstructionaldetails andbladefixingMechanicalaspectscriticalspeedstresscalculation bladevibrationsDifferentapplications. __________________________________________________________ ME6670 GasTurbineEngineering 3003

Thermodynamics of gas turbines: Cycle analysis Gas Turbine Components: compressor, combustor, heat exchangers, turbine description: analytical considerations, performance Matching of compressor and turbine: cooling of turbine blades. Compressor and turbine impeller construction, blade fixing details, sealing Material selection for components, Protective coating for hot turbine parts, Components fabrication techniques, Gas turbine turbocharger, gas turbinepowergeneration,turboexpander,gasturbineapplication,Closed cyclegasturbines,CogenerationIntroduction,Thermodynamicsofco

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generation, Criteria for component performance, Some practical schemes. __________________________________________________________ ME6680 MeasurementTechniques inThermalTurbomachines 3003

Introduction: Pressure, velocity and flow direction measurements in two and three dimensional flows, Volume and mass flow measurements Speed and torque measurements Boundary layer analysis. Hot wire anemometry two component and three component velocity measurements LDA and PIV measurement techniques Wall shear stress measurements Pressure and velocity measurements using fast response pressure transducers. Flow visualization various techniques Image processing Temperature and heat flux measurements Use of micro computers for online data acquisition, Uncertainty analysis of experimentaldata. __________________________________________________________ ME6690 CompactHeatExchangers 3003

Classification of heat exchangers compactness heat transfer correlation for laminar and turbulent flow through channels, fins their geometries and efficiently. Applications and selection of compact heat exchangers. Basic heat exchangers theory related to compact heat exchangers Definition of important Hx parameters e NTU, F LMTD, PNTU, Pq and combination charts. Coupling of heat exchangers, effect of longitudinal conduction in compact heat exchangers, effects of variable property and heat transfer coefficient, core pressure drop and velocity distribution in compact heat exchangers. Contraction and expansion pressureloss. CompactrecuperatorsAdvantagesanddisadvantagesofplatesfinand tube fin heat exchangers fin configuration, heat transfer and pressure dropdatainfinnedheatexchangers,importanceoflaminarflowinfinned recuperatorsandentrylengtheffect. PlateandframeheatexchangersAdvantagesofPHE,Plategeometry andflowconfigurations,effectivenessandpressuredropinPHE,Fouling inPHE.

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Thermal regenerations working principle of periodic flow and rotary regenerators, transient temperature profile, Hausens chart, optimization ofthermalstorage. Heat Pipe Heat Exchangers Working principles, Wick types, various operating limits of heat pipes, pressure gradient and heat transfer requirementsinheatpipeheatexchangers. Useofcompactheatexchangersinmultiphaseapplications. __________________________________________________________ ME6700 AdvancedMechanicsofSolids 3003

Theoryofstressesandstrains.Conservativelaws.Constitutivemodeling. Linearelasticity.Solutionsofplaneproblems.Solutionsusingpotentials. Energy methods. Introduction to finite deformation, plasticity, stability, vibration, and wave propagation. Application to thick cylinders, rotating discs, curved beams, beams on elastic foundations, torsion of non circular crosssections, stress concentration problems, Hertzian contact stresses. Introduction to modeling of mechanical components such as hooks, gears, pulleys, bearings, cylinders. Design for strength and deformation. __________________________________________________________ ME6710 TheoryofMechanisms 3003

Structure and systematic, gross motions, motion and force analysis, curvature theory and applications, pantographs and cognate linkages, synthesisoflinkagesbygraphicalandanalyticalmethods,cammotions, profilesandsize,introductiontoanalysisofspatialmechanisms. __________________________________________________________ ME6720 FailureAnalysisandDesign 3003

Material failure modes and their identification. Static loading, combined stress, theories of failure. Fatigue loading, high cycle fatigue, fatigue testing, SNP curves, endurance diagrams, influence factors, stress concentration factors and notch sensitivity, fatigue design for combined stress,cumulativedamageandlifeprediction,loadingregimesfortesting and statistical interpretation, low cycle fatigue, fretting, welded constructions and screw fastenings, fracture mechanics principles in designpractice,contactfatigue,hightemperatures,corrosion.Shockand impactloading. __________________________________________________________

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ME6730

DesignStreamLaboratoryI

0032

Measurement offriction, wear, stresses, stress concentration and stress intensity factors, load distribution, dynamic response, measurement of vibrations: Freevibrations, Forced Vibration, Calibration ofTransducers, Sound Level Measurement. Conveying bulk materials in EnMasse Conveyer,geartesting. __________________________________________________________ ME6750 GearDesign 3003

Principlesofgeartoothaction,geometryofspurand helicalgearsgear manufacturing processes and inspection, gear tooth failure modes, stressesandloadsmaterialsandtreatments,designconsiderationsand methodology, principles of geometry and design of bevel and worm gearing. __________________________________________________________ ME6760 DesignofTransmissionElements 3003

Analysis, design and selection of chain drives and belt drives, friction joints, classification, theory and operation of friction drives, design considerations, including thermal aspects. Rolling bearing analysis and selection,ballscrews,spinesandbushes,linearmotionslides.Graphical and analytical analysis and design of selfactuating brakes, disc brakes, fixed,linkandslidinganchordrumbrakes,dynamicsandthermalaspects of vehicle braking, design of brakes for applications such as machine tools, modern automobiles, cranes, railway coaches and aircraft. Analysis, dynamics and thermal aspects of clutches, design of automobileclutchesandoverrunningclutches. __________________________________________________________ ME6770 DesignofPressureVesselsandPiping 3003

Design of unfired pressure vessels, selection and design of heads and enclosures, opening and compensation, nonstandardflanges, supports, relatedcomponentslikereliefvalves,tallvesselsand stability.Designof pipingsystems,bellows.Useofcodesintheabovetopics. __________________________________________________________ ME6780 DesignSynthesis 3003

Design process and methodologies of systematic design. Conceptual design variants and evaluation. Standardization and its exploitation in
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design. Tolerances from process and function, interchangeability and selectiveassembly,selectionoffitsfordifferentdesignsituations,surface finish. Load transmission, load equalization, light weight and rigid constructions. Design of cast, forged sheet metal parts and welded constructions. Machining considerations. Design for assembly and dismantling, modular constructions. Erection, operation, inspection and maintenance considerations. Ergonomics. Design of accuracy, locating pins and registers, machining in assembly, adjustment. Backlash and clearance adjustment. Problem formulation for design optimization. Examplesillustratingthevariousprinciples.Availabledesignvariantsfor some of the common basic functional requirements. Several design project involving the application of the principles, guidelines and design methodology.Completeassemblydrawingsandmanufacturingdrawings ofselectedcomponents. __________________________________________________________ ME6790 CADandMachineElementsLaboratory 0032

Computer aided drafting. Solid modeling : part creation, surface generation and assembly of parts. Finite Element Analysis : Creation of models, use of different elements, treatment of different loads and boundaryconditions.Exerciseproblemsusingsoftware. __________________________________________________________ ME6800 FiniteElementAnalysis 3003

Finite element modeling, Variational and weighted residual approaches, shape functions, natural coordinates system, element and global stiffnessmatrix,boundaryconditions,errors,convergenceandpatchtest, higher order elements. Application to solution of selected problems of stressanalysis,dynamicsandvibrations,structuralstability.Treatmentof materialandgeometricnonlinearities,contactproblems,heatconduction and selected fluid problems, mesh generation, modeling numerical techniques,errorsandconvergence.Useofcommercialpackages,finite element evaluation of existing complete designs, comparison with conventionalanalysis,modelrevision. __________________________________________________________ ME6810 TransmissionMechanismandManipulators 3003

Planetary gear trains: systematics, speed ratio and efficiency of simple, compound and coupled trains, assembly conditions, load equalization, multiplespeeds,differentials,speedapplications,cyclogearing,harmonic

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drive, change gear train design, synthesis of multi speed gear boxes, universal joints and constant velocity universal couplings, indexing devices: Genevamechanisms, star wheels and other types, introduction to spatialmechanism analysis, kinematic structure and analysis of robot manipulators,lineandcoordinates,reciprocalscrews,grippertheory. __________________________________________________________ ME6830 PrincipleofProductDesignI 3003

Definitions, market needs, product cycle, designmethodologies, product specification, conceptual and development phases. Product planning, design decision making, design audit, reengineering and reverse engineering,Performanceandcosting.Valueengineeringandconcurrent engineeringappliedtoproductdesign. _________________________________________________________ ME6840 ManufacturingConsiderationinDesign 3003

Design formanufacture,Tolerencing and tolerance analysis. Processing techniques such as forging, casting, stamping, conventional and unconventional machining techniques and their limitations for metals, polymersandceramics.Influenceofmaterialsinprocessandtoolingon the design of components. Finishing, surface coatings and surface modificationsofmaterials. __________________________________________________________ ME6850 ProductReliability 3 003

Concepts of engineering statistics, risk and reliability. Probabilistic approach to design. Reliability theory, design for reliability, hazard analysis. Quality Engineering: Total quality concept, linkage with design, material and manufacturing fields. Quality assurance, quality improvement, diagnostics, quality function deployment, Taquchis method robust design,causesofdefectsandfailures,failureanalysis,productliability. __________________________________________________________ ME6860 PrincipleofProductDesignII 3 003

Principles of aesthetics, basic forms, introduction of colour and light as productdesignelements.

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Aesthetics and ergonomics aspects of product design, assembly and maintenanceconsiderations,systemapproachtodesign,anthropometry, physiology, manmachine information exchange, environmental factors, evaluation of work situations, evolving specifications,product safety and reliability.Failuremodeandeffectanalysis. __________________________________________________________ ME6870 CAD/CAMforProductDesign 3003

Role of Computers in design, modeling of curves, surfaces and solids. Feature based modeling, parametric/ variational modeling. Data Structures,dataexchangestandards,databaseformanufacture. Computer modeling of engineering systems, finite element modeling , validationofcomputermodels,designanalysis. Introduction to computer aided part programming, prototyping, introductiontorapidprototyping,virtualprototyping __________________________________________________________ ME6910 DiagnosticMethodsinCombustionSystems 3003

Measurements of static pressure, temperature, flow rates, flow velocity and turbulence of gas streams. Flow and Flame Visualization, shadowgraph and schlieren methods. Flame photography and the measurement of burning velocity, Velocity measurement using hotwire andLaserDopplervelocimeter,ParticleImageVelocimetryParticlesizing methods, Malvern particle Analyzer, Phase Doppler Anemometer and its application to spray diagnostics. Measurement of species concentrationandtemperatureRaleighscattering,CoherentAntiRoman Stokes technique, Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence. Measurement of combustionemissions. __________________________________________________________ ME6920 PerformanceAnalysisofHydroturbomachines 3003

Basic equations and dimensional analysis Two dimensional cascade SimplifiedmeridionalflowanalysisRadialequilibriumanalysisActuator disctheoryappliedtoanaxialflowturbomachinebladerowMixedand radial turbomachines Ducted propellers Loss analysis of hydroturbomachinecomponentsperformanceprediction. __________________________________________________________

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ME6930

EngineTribology

3003

Tribology basics Lubrication regimes Boundary, mixed, elasto hydrodynamic and hydrodynamic lubrication Tribological aspects of engine components such as bearings, piston assembly, valve train and drive train. Measurement of oil thickness, oil aeration and oil consumption, effects of engine parameters on these quantities Engine wear and mechanisms Wear resistant materials and friction reducing agents Identification and measurement of engine friction Estimation of frictioninenginecomponentsTribologicallossesandenginedesign. __________________________________________________________ ME6940 EngineNoiseandVibrations 3003

Free and forced vibrations Concepts of resonance, damping and isolation Mechanics of reciprocating machines Kinematics of engine components Polar diagrams Balancing reciprocating and rotating massesBalancingofengineswithdifferentcylinderarrangementsCams and valve gear. Fundamentals of vibration and noise Acoustics of engines Sources of vibration and noise in engines and their ranking Vibration and noise reduction / control methods Applications to intake, exhaust,crankcaseandengineenclosurenoisereductionMeasurement ofvibrationandnoiseSpectrumanalysisandfilteringmethods. __________________________________________________________ ME6970 FlowofBulkSolids 3003

Bulk solids loading, unloading, storage Reclaiming: open storage and closed storage, wagon Ship loading, stackers, reclaimers Silos, hoppers andtheiraccessories __________________________________________________________ ME7010 MicroprocessorsinAutomation 3003

Number Systems, codes, digital electronics, Microprocessors, architecture,assemblylanguageprogramming,digitalinterfacing,analog interfacing, Data Communication and networks, Digital Control, Implementation of Digital Algorithms, parameter optimized controllers, cancellation controllers, Dead beat controllers, comparison of different controllers. Data acquisition and processing, digital data analysis, FFT, Autoregressive (AR) and Moving Average (MA) models, Spectral estimation,digitalfilters,casestudies. __________________________________________________________

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ME7020

RoboticsandRobotApplications

3003

Introduction to Robotics Definition classification and specification. WorkenvelopesandotherbasicparametersofRobots. Mechanics: Kinematic parameters and modeling direct and inverse kinematicsdifferentialmotionandjacobiansintroductiontodynamics path planning trajectory planning and control slew, joint interpolated andstraightlinemotion. Hardware:Drives:Electric,hydraulic,pneumaticandtheirrelativemerits. Sensors, endeffectors: tool handling and work handling and special deviceslikeharmonicdrives,servovalves,etc. Vision: Low level and higher level vision fundamentals, image acquisition, recognition, interpretation a few basic examples in Robotics. Robot Application: Robot motion planning configuration space concepts. Robot programming concepts off line programming and simulation work cell application development: requirementsmodeling, workcellcalibrationlayoutplanning.Casestudiesinassembly,machine loading/unloading,palletising,deburringetc. __________________________________________________________ ME7030 MetrologyandComputerAidedInspection 3003

Metrology concepts Abbes principle need for high precision measurementsproblemsassociatedwithhighprecisionmeasurements. Standards for length measurement Shop floor standards and their calibration Light interference Method of coincidence Slip gauge calibrationMeasurementerrors. Various tolerances and their specifications, gauging principles, selective assembly,comparators. Angular measurements principles and Instruments. Gear and Thread measurements. Surfaceandformmetrologyflatness,roughness,waviness,roundness, cylindricity,etc.

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Computer Aided Metrology Principles and interfacing, software metrology. Laser metrology Applications of Lasers in precision measurements Laserinterferometer,specklemeasurements,Laserscanners. Coordinate Measuring Machine Types of CMM Probes used Applications Non contact CMM using Electro optical sensors for dimensional metrology Non contact sensors for surface finish measurements. ImageprocessinganditsapplicationinMetrology. __________________________________________________________ ME7040 ComputerAidedDesigninManufacturing 3003

IntroductionRoleofComputersindesignandmanufacture. Solid modeling techniques and algorithms for modeling Data structuresforsolidmodels. Draughting Configuration, function and facilities parametric representationexamplesofDraughtingsystem. Surface modeling curves and surface representation composite surfaces application to computer aided manufacture. Case studies in CAD/CAM Current developments in CAD feature based modeling Design by feature function, feature linkages Application of feature based models. Parametric modeling. Finite elements mesh generation, modeling and post processing. Quality function deployment Concept anditsuses.Productdesigninconcurrentengineeringenvironment. __________________________________________________________ ME7050ComputerNumericalControlandAdaptiveControl 3003 Introduction to Numerical control in computer aided manufacturing ComponentsofCNCsystemTypesofCNCsystemsOpenloopand closedloopcontrolsystems,DrivesandcontrolsInterpolatorsforCNC machine tools Principal types of CNC machine tools and their constructional features Design considerations Tooling for CNC, AdaptivecontrolofCNCmachinetoolsSMARTmanufacturing.

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CNC part programming Manual and Computer assisted part programming Post processors CNC part programming with CAD / CAMsystems. Programmable logic controllers (PLC) Hardware, ladder logic programming of PLCs using basic functions timers and counters Advancedprogrammingwithcontrolandarithmeticinstructions. __________________________________________________________ ME7060 ManufacturingandPrecisionEngineeringLabI 0032

Dimensional measurement using Abbes metroscope and Tool makers microscope Measurements of parts using CMM Form measurements using Autocollimator and Roundness tester Cutting force measurement using Tool force dynamometer Study and experiments on grinding Experiments on precision machining Study of microprocessors and controllersStudyandprogrammingofsequentialcontrollerPLCStudy and programming of CNC trainers Study and programming of trainer robots. __________________________________________________________ ME7090 AdvancedMaterialsandProcessing 3003

Atomsmoleculesbonds in solidscrystallinitydefects in metallic structuredislocations and plastic deformationsfractureironcarbon equilibrium diagramssteels and cast ironstransformation hardening in steelsTTTdiagramsotherheattreatmentprocessesformationofalloys in steel and cast ironsnon ferrous alloys and their applications special alloys. Polymers and polymerizationstructure and properties of thermoplastics and thermosetsengineering applicationsproperty modifications mechanical,thermalbehaviourcompositeswithpolymermatrixceramics glassesglass ceramicsfabrication methodsmetal matric and ceramic matrixcomposites. Processing of polymersfabrication of compositesprocessing of ceramicsthermalsprayingionbeammachininglaserandelectronbeam processingsuperplastic formingthin films and their depositiondiamond coatingtechniquestribologicalapplications. __________________________________________________________

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ME7100

ProductionSystem,DesignandControl

3003

Product characteristics: Material and geometric considerations, manufacturability considerations, Group technology process and machine characteristics: Basic considerations, production levels, data base for machining. Process planning: Alternative solutions, computer aidedmethods,assessingcosteffectiveness.Layoutdesigns:computer aided techniques, Flexible Layouts. Simulation and modeling of the productionsystems.. Demand forecasting, capacity planning and material requirement planning, scheduling, shop floor control, JIT and kanban, decision supportformanagement. __________________________________________________________ ME7110 HandlingSystemsDesignandTool forAutomatedManufacturingandAssembling 3003

Work handling concepts in automated manufacturing Configuration, symbolicrepresentation,workpiececharacteristicsandtheirsignificance Automatedfeedingmechanismsfordiscreteparts,theirdesignbasedon work piece requirements, orienting methods, one by one feeding, magazining, stapling etc. Feeding of continuous material, liquids, granulesetc. Automatedassemblysystem,elements,configuration,designdetailsand controlSpecialfeedingmechanismsAutomatedinspectionsystemsand theirdesign. Concepts of Unit Built Machines (UBM) Classification and elements of UBMsPowerunitsselfcontainedandseparatefeedtypeChangeover UBMs Transfer lines and their classification, components of transfer lines Automated systems for handling and transfer of prismatic, axi symmetric and asymmetric parts in transfer lines. Case studies on transfer lines Interlocked, palletised and flexible interlinkage transfer linesControlsystemsSwarfhandlinganddisposalsystems. AutomatedhandlingandstoragesystemsinManufacturingenvironment Rail Guided Vehicles (RGVs), Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) and Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS). Principles of work holding devices Modular fixturing Flexible fixturing systems Fixturing forFMS. __________________________________________________________

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ME7120

SensorsforIntelligentManufacturing andConditionMonitoring

3003

Introduction Role of sensors in manufacturing automation operation principles of different sensors electrical, optical, acoustic, pneumatic, magnetic,electroopticalandvisionsensors. Conditionmonitoringofmanufacturingsystemsprinciplessensorsfor monitoringforce,vibrationandnoise,selectionofsensorsandmonitoring techniques. Acoustic emission principles and applications concepts of pattern recognition. SensorsforCNCmachinetoolslinearandangularpositionandvelocity sensors. Automatic identification techniques for shop floor control optical character and machine vision sensors smart / intelligent sensors integratedsensors,Robotsensors,Microsensors,Nanosensors. Manufacturing of semi conductor sensors and fibre optic sensors principles,applications. __________________________________________________________ ME7140 ComputerNetworkingandStandardinCIM 3003

Data and data handling in Manufacture Requirements for network Product data management Importance, concepts and implementation: NetworkingofsensorsandcontrolsystemsinManufacturingConceptsin networking network services, characteristics and types. Network hardwarenetworktopologies,transmissionmediaandsignallingmodes Network access signal encoding and medium interface. CSMA / CD medium access scheme, token bus. Protocol and standards protocol functions and layers. ISOOSI reference model IEEE 802 family of standards. Introduction to MAP fundamental issues Application layer servicesCASE,FTAM,MMFS,RS511,MHS,Networkdirectoryservice Applicable ISO standards. Common protocol layers specification, working and limitation. MAP physical layers differences between MAP andTOP.Networkdesignandselection futuretrends. __________________________________________________________

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ME7150

ArtificialIntelligenceinManufacturing

3003

Artificial Intelligence Definition Components Scope Application Areas KnowledgeBased Systems (Expert Systems) Definition JustificationStructureCharacterizationKnowledgeSourcesExpert Knowledge Acquisition Knowledge Representation Knowledge Base Inference Strategies Forward and Backward Chaining Expert System Languages ES Building Tools or Shells Typical examples of shells. Expert Systems Software for Manufacturing applications in CAD, CAPP, MRP, Adaptive Control, Robotics, Process Control, Fault Diagnosis, Failure Analysis Process Selection, GT etc. Linking Expert Systems to other software such as DBMS, MIS, MDB Process Control and Office Automation. Case studies oftypical applications in Tool selection,Process selection, Partclassification,Inventorycontrol,ProcessPlanningetc. __________________________________________________________ ME7160
ComputationalMethodsinDesignandManufacture

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ReviewoftheequationsofMechanicsConceptsofstressandstress strain relationship. Tensors Transformation law, Tensor Algebra and Integral theorems. Energy Theorems Principle of Stationary Potential Energy and Virtual work Principle Constrained Variational Principles. Finite element formulation from a functional and Virtual work. Iso parametric formulation Interpolation, Quadrature rule, patch test ElementandMeshInstalilities. Displacementbasedelementsplane,solidandstructuralelements. Introduction to nonlinear finite element Newton Raphson Procedure, contact. Element formulation for transient and steady state heat transfer problems. ApplicationofFEAtodesignandManufacturingAnalysis. __________________________________________________________

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ME7170

FlexibleManufacturingSystems

3003

Definition and broad characteristics of Flexible Manufacturing Cells, Systems, Islands and Flexible transfer lines Place of flexible manufacturing systems in CIM The FMS relational: Economic and technological justification for FMS Design and Planning: the role of associated technologies such as GT, JIT and simulation Installation, Operation and evaluation Scheduling problems FMS hardware CNC machinestools,robots,AGVs,ASRs,InspectionandCleaningstations Control aspects of FMSDNC of machine tools, cutting tools, robots, quality control and inventories Personnel and infrastructural aspects Flexible machining cells and islands Flexible assembly Systems structure, control and applications FMS in action: Typical case studies. Futureprospects. __________________________________________________________ ME7180 MachineVisionanditsApplications 3003

Introduction to Machine Vision basics of picture processing, Binary and greyscaleimages. Preprocessing concepts Digital image, Geometrical correction, Grey scalemodification,Sharpeningandsmoothingtheimages. EdgedetectionandlinefundingSpatialdifferentiation,Extractionofline descriptions. TypesofcamerasforMachineVisionandtheirprinciples. Software for measurement and pattern recognition applications with examplesTwoandthreedimensionalmeasurements,Fouriertransform forpatternrecognitionapplications,Imageoperationstudies,Interfacinga robotwithaVisionsystem. BasicsofhardwareforVisionsystems. __________________________________________________________ ME7190 IntroductiontoFractureMechanics 3003

Review of elements of solid mechanics. Analysis of stressstrain constitutive equations energy principles. Incremental and deformation theories of plasticity Properties of slip lines. Linear elastic Fracture Mechanics linear elastic crack tip fields stress intensity factor, energetics of cracked bodies, fracture toughness and Rcurve. Elastic
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plasticfracture mechanics. Plastic crack tipfields J integral testing J dominance, J controlled crack growth Tearing modulus Quasi static crack growth. Fatigue crack propagation Basic considerations in predictionoffatiguecrackgrowth.Applicationsoftheconceptoffracture mechanics to mechanical design case studies. Evaluation of testing standards based on Fracture Mechanics. Failure during manufacture Damageandcriteriaforfracture. __________________________________________________________ ME7200 TreatmentofMaterials 3003

Surface engineering concepts Functional characteristics of surfaces precision machining of surfaces applications importance of surface chemistry Basic thermal treatment 'of materials carburizing, nitriding and surface hardening processes thin film deposition CVD and PVD processes Ion treatment processes Laser processing of engineering materialsQualitycontrolconcepts. __________________________________________________________ ME7210 MachineToolDynamics 3003

Machine tools as a closed loop. Machine tool framesstatic deflection models. Thermal distortion. Dynamic behaviour, static and torsional vibrations. Dynamics of cutting forces. Tool chatter. Slideways and hydrostatic bearings, air and gas bearings instabilityhydraulic servo mechanisms. Vibration dampers practical design considerations dynamicmeasurementofforcesandvibrationsoscillatingtools. __________________________________________________________ ME7220 MetalRemovalProcesses 3003

Theory of metal cutting mechanics of cutting shear angle theories cuttingtoolmaterials,toolgeometrytoolwearandtoollifecuttingfluids dynamicstabilityofmetalcuttingsystems. Nontraditional machining processes such as EDM, USM, AJM, WJM, AWJM,AFM,LBM,EBM,PlasmaMachiningetc.mechanismofmaterial removal,characteristicfeaturesandapplicationsineachcase. High speed machining abrasive processes, machining of polymers, ceramics,glassesandcomposites. __________________________________________________________

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ME7270

MicroscaleFluidFlowandMachinery

3003

Introduction: application of microscale devices in life sciences and chemistry Theory of microscale fluid flow: continuum mechanics at small scales, boundarycondition,lowReynoldsNumberflows,effectofsurfacetension andelectrokinetics,molecularapproach: Micropump:mechanicalandnonmechanicalpumpsandmicroturbine Flowcontroldevices:internalandexternal Fabricationtechniquesformicrodevices:photolithography,siliconbased micromachining,andpolymerbasedmicromachining Experimental flow characterization: pointwise methods and fullfield method. __________________________________________________________ ME7300 FrictionandWearinMachinery 3003

Surface Topography, Surface interaction, Friction Causes, Mechanisms,LawsofFriction,TypesofFrictionmetalsandnonmetals. Techniques for examining and studying surfaces, Surface texture, X ray, Electron Microscopy Wear Types of Wear, Adhesive, Abrasive, Fatigue, Scuffing, Cavitation, Erosion Wear Test rigs Simulated Tests for Wear of Machine elements Gears, Bearings, Slideways. Wear of cuttingtools,useofRadiographyforWearStudiesCaseStudies __________________________________________________________ ME 7360 TheoryofVibration 3003

Single degreeoffreedom systems Undamped and damped free vibrationproblemForcedresponseofundampedanddampedsystems Vibration isolation and base excitation cases Duhamels integral and transient response periodic excitation inputs instrumentation for vibration measurements. Two degreeoffreedom systems Vibration absorber concept. Multi degreeoffreedom systems coordinate transformations definition of normal modes and normal coordinates modal superposition based free and forced vibration response proportionalandnonproportionaldamping.Continuous systemsAxial, bendingandtorsionalvibrationofbarsandbeams.

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ME 7390

DesignwithAdvancedMaterials

3003

Newengineeringmaterials:metals,polymers,compositesandceramics. Mechanical behaviour and properties relevant for design engineers. Tailoring properties, processing and structure to meet design criteria Selection of materials: Materials aspects and cost and manufacturing considerations. Polymer, metal, and ceramics matrix composites based product design. Surface modifications and its implications in design. Case studies. __________________________________________________________ ME7400 MechatronicSystems 3003

Introduction Definition of Mechanical Systems, Philosophy and approach. Embedded Microprocessor Systems Hardware Structure, Software Design and Communication, Programmable Logic Devices, Application SpecificICs,AutomaticControlandRealTimeControlSystems. Systems and Design Mechatronic approach, Integrated Product Design,Modeling,AnalysisandSimulation,ManMachineInterface. Sensors and transducers classification, Development in Transducer technology Semiconductors, Thickfilm and Thinfilm elements, Signal processing,OptoelectronicsShaftencoders,CDSensors,Opticalprobe forMetrology,VisionSystem,etc. Derives and Actuators Hydraulic and Pneumatic drives, Electrical Actuatorssuchas servomotorandSteppermotorDrivecircuits,open and closed loop control Piezoelectric and Magnetostrictive Actuators Materials, Static and Dynamic Characteristic, Illustrative examples for positioning,Vibrationisolationetc. Micromechatronic systems Microsensors, Microactuators, Smart Instrumentation, Microfabrication techniques Lithography, etching, MicrojoiningetcApplicationexamples. Case studies Examples of Mechatronic Systems from Robotics, Manufacturing, Machine Diagnostics, Road Vehicles and Medical Technology. __________________________________________________________

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ME7410

ControlEngineering

3003

Laplaceandztransforms,transferfunctions,BlockdiagramsandSignal flow graphs, Nyquist criterion and root locus diagrams and performance criteria. State variable representation and discrete time systems, Design and compensation, State transition matrix, controllability, Observability and Poleplacementmethodofdesign. PhaseplaneandNonlinearsystemdesignDigitalcontrolsystems. __________________________________________________________ ME7420 ManufacturingMethodsinPrecisionEngg 3003

Joining techniques, Finishing processes special casting techniques Etching techniques coatings with metals and inorganic materials opticalproductionmethodsvacuumdeposition. __________________________________________________________ ME7430 OilHydraulicsandPneumaticSystems 3003

Hydraulic Systems: Pumps and motors Types, characteristics, efficiencies,torqueandpowerpumpcircuitsandpowerpacksFiltration, Accumulators, etc. Control of linear motion load, friction and inertia effects, Directional control, speed control, Pressure controls and related circuits control of Rotary motion Motor systems, Hydrostatic transmissions Circuits Fundamental switching circuits and Electro hydraulic circuits, Design and analysis, Pressure losses and energy consideration. Pneumatic Systems: compressed air generation, preparation and distribution pneumatic working elements pneumatic control valves, Designandconstructionofsimplepneumaticcircuits,variouspossibilities of switching of signals like cascade systems, shift register circuits etc Multicylinder sequence control Emergency control and incorporation of auxiliaryconditions. __________________________________________________________ ME7440 ManufacturingandPrecisionEngineeringLabII 0032

Inspection using Vision system and laser interferometer Surface finish measurement using lightsection, stylus and interference methods

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Experiments on Unconventional machining processes USM, EDM Exercises on surface and solid modeling Study and programming of CNC production machines Study of operations of FMS and CIM Study and Programming of industrial robots Gantry and SCARA Hydraulic circuitsPneumaticcircuitsClosedloopcontrolsystem. __________________________________________________________ ME7450 PrecisionElectricDrivesandActuators 3003

Brushlessdcmotor,torqueproduction,sizingandspeedcontrolStepper motors, multistack reluctance, Permanent magnet and hybrid versions drive circuits and closed loop operation, permanent magnet, piezo electric and magnetostrictive devices, Computation of electromagnetic forces,designexamples. __________________________________________________________ ME7460 InertialInstumentation 3003

Two degrees of freedom gyro in Cardan gimbals exact and linear equations ofmotion, kinematic errors the directionalgyro, gyrovertical, schuler tuning, gyro compass single degree of freedom gyro, servo stabilised platform attitude control, momentum wheels and magnetic torquers. __________________________________________________________ ME7470 IndustrialInstrumentation 3003

Recording Instruments for temperature, pressure, flow rate and liquid level Process variable sensors based on charge transportation in electrolytes, semiconductors, gases and vacuum Control valves and actuators,Typicalcontrolloops,illustrationsfromsteel,petroleum,paper andtextileindustriesBoilerInstrumentation,Tuningofcontrollers. __________________________________________________________ ME7480 OpticalInstrumentation 3003

Optical components and systems in optical instruments Optical materialsopticalcoatingsPropertiesofhumaneyeDesignfeaturesand engineering uses of microscopic, telescopic, projection and interferometric systems in measurements Fibre optic sensors, photoelectrictechniquesinopticalmeasuringInstrumentsIntroductionto

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lasers Laser based techniques and instruments for metrology Holographyandspecklemetrology. __________________________________________________________ ME7490 DesignandPackagingofElectronicEquipment 3003

The concurrent engineering design process preparation of design specification Feasibility study Creativity principles and techniques Principles of an electronic packaging Various packaging technologies Design aspects of surface mount technology Heat transfer and cooling techniques Vibration analysis Design for manufacture and assembly variousenvironmentalfactorsErgonomicsAestheticsSafetyQuality ReliabilityMaintainabilityTestability. __________________________________________________________ ME7500 MeasurementSystems 3003

Basic functional elements and classification of instruments. Basic concepts like sensitivity, threshold, resolution, precision and accuracy, linearity, zero drift, sensitivity drift, etc. Relation between concepts. Definition for source of error and methods of minimising for eliminating theeffectsoferrorsourceslikefriction,play,temperature,loadingerror, etc.Errorandleastcountthroughfourquadrantdiagram. Uncertaintyofmeasurements,staticcalibration,Errorincomputedvalue androundingoffprocedure.Dynamiccharacteristicsofzeroorder,first order, and secondorder instruments for step, ramp, sinusoidal and impulseinputs.Signalconditionerslikebridgecircuit,amplifiers,lowpass filter and radio telemetry, Analysis of random signals. Measurement of quantities like displacement, velocity, acceleration, force, torque, temperature,pressure,vacuum,sound,flow,andlevel. __________________________________________________________ ME7510 PrecisionEngineeringDesign 3003

Design Principles Signal,Signal Flow diagram, Four aspects of signal Elements and components instruments bearing, guides, locks and stops, couplings and clutches, Energy storing elements, functional mechanisms Gear mechanisms, Friction wheel mechanisms, Wedge and screw mechanisms, Integrating mechanisms, High speed mechanisms,FinalcontrolElement,poweramplifiers. __________________________________________________________

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ME7520

ProportionalandServoHydraulicControls

3003

Introductory aspects of Electrohydraulic servo systems and servo systems with mechanical feedback. Electrohydraulic valvesservo and proportional component technology, valve characteristics, electronic controlsforelectricallymodulatedhydraulicequipment. Design criteria for proportional and servo controls, dynamic characteristics and system simulation, introduction to advanced control and digital techniques. Applications practical examples of servo and proportional valve systems including pump controlled servos, tracer controlledmachinetool,etc.,designexercisesandcasestudies. __________________________________________________________ ME7530 DesignofRoboticsManipulators 3003

Definition of roboticmanipulators and different robotic elements Types ofroboticStructure.Serialandparallelmanipulators,AutomatedGuided Vehicles (AGVs), Space Robots Dynamic analysis of robotic systems Design aspects of different types of joint actuators, transmission mechanisms,andsensorsDesignCriteriaOptimumdesignapproaches for several performance indexes Application of the optimum design to the design of the kinematic structure of robotic manipulators and its elements of Pick and Place, and continuous path operations Gripper design Calibration techniques, their advantages and disadvantages Selection of a calibration technique depending on the application of the robot. __________________________________________________________ ME7540 HorologicalInstruments 3003

Time and origin of Clocks, time standards, Indian standard time. Components of clock and watches gears, Springs, Escapements, dials, cases, Hands, Crystals, bearing, pivot, Electric and electronic Timekeeping impulse clock system, Battery Clocks, Synchronous clocks, Quartz crystal Clocks (analog, digital). Testing of Watches for quality rating (water proof, shock proof etc.) Watch rate recorders. Cleaning and lubrication ofWatches Modern aspects of Watches and clocksinparticulartotheirproduction,assembly,finishingoperationetc. __________________________________________________________

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ME7550

ControlSystemDesign: AComputerAidedApproach

3003

Introduction to linear and nonlinear systems, Review of basics, Development of System models, state space representation, Controllability and observability, Aggregation Methods, solution of the state equation, system stability, Design of Systems by compensation, Designofsystemsviaparameteroptimisation.. __________________________________________________________ ME7560 PrecisionEngineeringElements andInstruments 3003

History Basic concepts Source of error Elements like bearings, locksandstops,couplings,clutches,energystoringelementsetc.,Gear, wedge, screw and linkage mechanisms. Instruments for displacement, velocity, acceleration, force, torque, pressure, temperature and flow. Precision systems like video discs and drives, laser printer etc., Design considerations for environments, cooling of electronic equipments. Systematicapproachfordesign. __________________________________________________________ ME 7640 TriboDesignandAnalysis 3003

Basic concepts of friction, wear and lubrication. Theories and laws of friction, wear modes, lubrication regimes. Surface interactions and Contact analysis Surface characterizationtexturestructurechemistry integrity and quality influences on performance Contact Mechanics classification of contact contact stress evaluations. Tribo failure and analysis Failure regimescauses and influencing parameters. Design approach selection of material, application of coatings and treatments. Tribodesign/analysisoflowerkinematicpairssuchasShaftseals,brake andwearpads,pistonringsandhigherkinematicalpairslikeRCB,gears, cams,andchains. __________________________________________________________ ME 7660 NonlinearSolidMechanics 3003

Mathematical fundamentals: generalised tensors, curvilinear coordinate systems, transformation, covariant differentiation, and physical components. Finite deformation, Stress tensor, Time derivatives and Balance laws. Constitutive modeling: general principles, objective

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tensors, elastic, hyper elastic, plastic and rate dependent materials. EnergyPrinciples. __________________________________________________________ ME 7680 OptimisationMethodsforMechanicalDesign 3 0 0 3

Introduction toOptimal Design:feasibility and boundedness, topography of search space, classification of methods. Single variable optimization problems, Gradient and Direct search based methods. Constrained and unconstrained problems, problems with nonlinear constraints. (With emphasis on applications to Machine Design/Product Design, Vibration control). Non traditional optimization methods. Optimization with parameter uncertainities Robust Optimisation, formulation, algorithms, applications.MethodsofMultiDisciplinaryOptimization(MDO)withcase studies in automotive engineering. Optimization for modular design. System Identification (inverse) problems with applications on Structural HealthMonitoring. __________________________________________________________ ME7700 DesignPractice 1033

Introduction to practical design of equipments, devices and machines. Design considerations and aspects of design covering conceptual, strength, rigidity, manufacturing, lubrication, assembly and servicing throughpracticingexamples. Introductiontosystemapproachtodesign. __________________________________________________________ ME 7710 AdvancedVibrationandAcoustics 3003

Component Mode synthesis technique for large vibration models Concept of power flow for vibration reduction nonlinear models for vibration approximate solution techniques perturbation methods, harmonic balance and describing function approaches. Kirchoff Helmholtz integral formulation for the radiation of sound from vibrating surfaces solutions for piston radiator acoustic scattering models boundary element techniques. Cavity acoustics propagating modes in ductsandfluidstructureinteractions. __________________________________________________________

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ME 7740 StructuralHealthandIntegrityMonitoring

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Significance of structural health and condition monitoring. Inservice damage and ageing mechanisms in metals and composites. Structural integrity programs as applied to civil, aircraft and other safetycritical structures. Methods of damage detection and tracking, Nondestructive Evaluation Tools in SHM Passive, Active and Hybrid Methods. New sensors like optic fibre sensors, guided wave ultrasonics, and thermography.Designstrategies(safelifeandtolerance)ofcomponents with health monitoring system. Performancemonitoring and residual life assessment of sensor systems and materials with embedded sensors, Activestiffeningandselfhealingmethods. __________________________________________________________ ME7770 TheoryandTechnologyofFuelCells INTRODUCTION: Relevance, Principle, Various Configurations (Alkaline, Phosphoric Acid, Proton Exchange Membrane, Direct Methanol, Molten Carbonate and SolidOxideFuelCells),FuelCellApplications THEORY: Basic Electrochemistry, Electrochemical Energy Conversion, Electrochemical techniques, Thermodynamics of Fuel Cells, Heat and MassTransferinFuelCells,SingleCellCharacteristics MODELLING: Electrochemical Model, Heat and Mass Transfer Model, System ThermodynamicModel LOWTEMPERATUREFUELCELLS: Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) and Direct Methanol FuelCell(DMFC),theirspecialfeaturesandcharacteristics. HIGHTEMPERATUREFUELCELLS: MoltenCarbonateFuelCell(MCFC)andSolidOxideFuelCell(SOFC) forpowergeneration,theirspecialfeaturesandcharacteristics 3003

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FUELSANDFUELPROCESSING: Availability, production, and characteristics of Hydrogen, fossil fuel derivedfuelsandbiomassderivedfuels, PRINCIPLESOFDESIGNofPEMFC,DMFCandSOFC FUELCELLSYSTEM: Materials, Components, Stack, Interconnects, Internal and External Reforming,Systemlayout,operationandperformance __________________________________________________________ ME 7820 RotorDynamics 3003

Introduction to dynamics of rotating machinery. Critical speeds of rotors and factors affecting them such as gyroscopic action, internal damping, unequalmomentsofinertiaofshaftsection,bearingelasticityandoilfilm cushioningstabilityofrotorsundervariousinfluences. Matrix transformations and concept of Euler angles Transfer matrix method for analysis of rotor systems Finite element modeling of multi spoolrotors. __________________________________________________________ ME 7830 RandomVibration 3003

Probability Theory : Random variables, Probability distribution and density functions Expected values, means, variance, conditional probability, characteristic and log characteristic functions, Chebyshev inequality,Functionsofrandomvariables. Random Process: Concepts of stationarity and ergodicity Evolutionary nonstationary process Auto and cross correlation and covariance functionsMeansquarelimit,differentiabilityandintergrabilitySpectral Decomposition, power spectral and cross spectral density functions Wiener Khintchine relations properties of Gaussian, Poisson and MarkovprocessesFokkerPlanckEquationBroadbandandnarrow bandrandomprocesswhitenoise. RandomVibration:Responseoflinearsingleandmultidegreeoffreedom systemstostationaryandevolutionarynonstationaryrandomexcitation Response of continuous systems Normal mode method Nonlinear
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randomvibration,Markovvector,equivalentlinearsationandperturbation methodsLevelcrossing,peakandenvelopestatisticsFirstexcursion and fatigue failures Application to mechanical, aerospace, civil and oceanengineeringsystems. __________________________________________________________ ME7840 SignalProcessinginMechanicalSystems 3003

Introduction Physical and description, data acquisition and processing techniques, various transforms. Discrete Time Signals and Fourier Analysis Sampling considerations, digital Fourier analysis, FFT algorihms, specialized signal processing hardware and software (available within the department). Random Processes, Probability and randomvariables,distributionsandstatisticalerrors,regressionanalysis, spectral density and correlation functions and their properties. System IdentificationTechniques.Singleinput/outputsystem,multiinput/output systems, coherence functions, cepstral analysis, Hibert transforms, nonlinearsystems,computeraidedtestinganddiagnosticsapplications. __________________________________________________________ ME7850 ModalAnalysisofMechanicalSystems 3003

Introduction. Natural frequencies and normal modes of multidegree of freedomsymmetricundampedmechanicalsystems. Vibration response using modal analysis. Modal damping, proportional damping, complex natural frequencies and complex natural modes in dampedmechanical systems. Response representation, non symmetric systems. Response of single mass rotors on fluid film bearings using modalanalysis. Modal testing, signal analysis. Modal parameter extraction methods Eigenvectormodificationtechnique.Multipleinputmethods.Component modesynthesis.Ibrahimtimedomainapproach. Application of experimental modal analysis in aircraft turbomachinery structures. __________________________________________________________ ME7860 TriboInstrumentation 3003

Special instruments for lubricant analysis such as optical and infrared

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spectroscopy, atomic absorption and emission spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy, NMR spectroscopy, XRay diffraction and chromatographic techniques. Use of transducers and instrumentation in tribology. Film thickness measurement using modern techniques. Developmentoftestrigsfortribologyresearch. __________________________________________________________ ME7870 DiagonisticMaintenance3003 Predictive maintenance and signature analysis. Observtional and estimational techniques. Online techniques specially dealing with instrumentation systems. Offline techniques like visual inspection, non destructive and destructive testing both formaterials, fluids and general mechanicalandelectricalcomponents.Malfunctionanalysisofmaterials, components, system including use of process simulation. Predictive analysis of potential failures and end of useful life. Application of diagnosticmaintenancetospecificindustrialmachineryandplants. __________________________________________________________ ME7880VehicularVibration3003 Human Response to shock and vibration, Ride comfort criteria. Road Vehicles: Vibration of automobiles, trucks, commercial vehicles and tractortrailersystem.Passiveandactivesuspensions.Optimumdesign forridecontrolandholding. RailVehicles:Mathematicalmodelingofrailvehicles,verticalandlateral vibration,huntinginstability.Tracktraininteractionproblems. Aircraftvibration:Landinggearresponsetorunwayroughness,flutterand buffeting. Shiphullvibration. __________________________________________________________ ME 7890 AdvancedAppliedFiniteElementMethods 3003

Dynamic problems: Eigen value analysis Steady state and transient response by mode super position Analysis using direct integration methods Application to earthquake problem, Passive Control Passive damping, Unconstrained and constrained layers. Active Controls Piezo electric, Magnetostrictive, Smart materials. Coupled FluidStructure Interaction Problems pressure and velocity Potential Formulation.
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Introduction to Heat Transfer, Biomedical and Electrical Problems, AnalysisofBucklingProblems. __________________________________________________________ ME 7910 AcousticsandNoiseControl 3003

Basic Acoustic Principles Acoustic terminology and definitions, plane and spherical wave propagation Theories of monopole, dipole and quadrapole sound sources. Sound transmission and absorption Mass law transmission, sound transmission through double walls and multiple layerssoundtransmissionthroughducts,soundabsorbingmaterials. Structure borne sound Sound radiation and structural response, acoustic fatigue. Machine Noise Noise generation by bearing, gears motors, fans propellers, generator sets, cooling, pumpsets, pipe, etc. Noise Control Noise ratings and standards, human tolerance levels, equivalent sound level and loudness contours Engine and muffler designs Noise control through barriers and enclosures and absorbent liningsVehicularnoiseandcontrolEnvironmentalnoisecontrol. __________________________________________________________ ME7920 AppliedFiniteElements 3003

Introduction to finite element Discretisation concepts Triangular, rectangular, in plane and bending elements Axisymmetric analysis Computer oriented application to mechanical engineering problems Miniproject. __________________________________________________________ ME7930 ChaoticVibrations 3003

Introduction : Examples of Nonlinear dynamical systems in mechanical and Electromechanical systems Discrete and continuous, Duffing and VanderPolOscillators.ReviewofapproximateTechniques. Geometric concepts in Nonlinear Dynamical system analysis Phase planefixed pointslimit cycles, Nonlinear maps Poincare'map. Types of bifurcation and Chaosperiod doubling quasiperiodic and intermittency routes to chaoscrises. Measures of chaos Autocorrelation, power spectrum, Lyapunov exponents Fractals and dimensions Basins of attraction.

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ComputationalaspectsNumericalintegrationCellmappingGalerkin Harmonic balancing Shooting method Parameter continuation and pathfollowingApplicationstomechanicalsystemsGearwithbacklash, ClutchspringsbearingsBuckledbeamsetc. __________________________________________________________ ID6010 ConstitutiveModelinginContinuumMechanics 3003

Tenor algebra and calculus, Kinematics of deformations and motion, strain and rotational measures, Physical laws of continuous bodies, stresses and stressrates, thermodynamic laws. Constitutive Principles, Localaction,Materialframeindifference,Materialsymmetryandinternal constraints, Constitutive modeling for various materials such as elastic and viscoelastic solids, Newtonian and nonNewtonian fluids, powder/granular media, polymeric solutions and elastomers. Existing constitutivemodelsformetals,polymers,ceramic/granularmaterialsand multiphase materials. Statistical methods in constitutive modeling, Introductiontomicromechanicsofmaterials,introductiontomicromacro approach,Experimentaltechniquesrelevanttoconstitutive modeling. __________________________________________________________ CT7000CompositeMaterialScience 3003

Micro and macro mechanics of composites, Fibre science, Matrix science, Interface science, Fracture behaviour, Anistrophic Analysis, Environmentaleffects __________________________________________________________ CT7120ModellingandEquipmentDesign 3003

RheologyofPolymers,CuremodelingandprocessDesign,Moulddesign Modelling of RTM, RRIM processes, Filament winding machine design, Processmachiningdesign,Processmodelingofpultrusionprocess. ________________________________________________________ ID5020 MultiBodyDynamicsandApplications 3003

Kinematics of particles and Rigid bodies Euler angles, Generalized displacement,position,velocityandacceleration.RigidbodyDynamics D'Alembert's Principle, Virtual work application in dynamics and Lagrange's equation. Constraints formulation in Multi Body Systems Formulation of joint constraints for various joints used in practice. FormulationsofConstrainedDynamicsEquationsLagrangeMultipliers.

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Multi Body Dynamics Solution Numerical Integration Application to Vehicle Dynamics, Engine Dynamics, Power Train Dynamics. Tyre models in Vehicle dynamics. Stability Analysis. Deformable Multi Body DynamicSimulation. __________________________________________________________ ID7010 AdvancedFiniteElementAnalysis 3003

AnalysisofplatesSheardeformationReissnerMindlintheoryReduced /Selectionintegrationtechniques.AnalysisofshellsDegeneratedshell elements four and eight noded elements Reduced / Selective integration techniques. Introduction to continuum mechanics Vector, tensor and matrix notations. Analysis of stress Cauchy stress, Second Piola Kirchhoff stress. Deformation and strain Description of motion, straindisplacement relationsGreen Lagrange strain, Eulerian or Almansi's strain. Geometric Nonlinear Analysis Total and Updated lagrangian formulations 3D and 2D truss elements, 3D and 2D beam elements.PlaneStress/strain,axisymmetricelementPlate/shellelement. Material Nonlinear Analysis constitutive modeling, Elastoplastic problems yieldcriteria concepts of hardening. Stress updates solution algorithms. Application to oneandtwo dimensional problems. Solution Techniques for nonlinear analysis NewtonRaphson and modified NewtonRaphson methods. Post buckling analysis of structures Displacement incrementation methods, Risks/Wempner and Crisfield methods. Programming and applications to nonlinear analysis. Finite elementmodelingDiscretizationErrorestimatesadaptivemeshing Adaptive Finite element analysis. Package programs Pre and Post Processing.

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