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DYNAMICS OF MACHINE LAB.
General Proficiency : M 299
Each student will be educated about his interest in extra curricular activities such as NCC, NSS, Sports, Cultural & literacy activities during his stay in the institute apart from academic performance. The involvement of student in any undesirable activities will be taken into account. The marks will be awarded by the committee, consisting of one external member based on thorough discussion with the student.
(B. TECH. Third Year)
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
Internal Combustion Engines – Engine types & their operation,S.I. and C.I. Engine operating parameters & performance characteristics, Valves & valve timing & Fuel air cycles.
I.C. Engine System: Fuel, ignition, cooling, exhaust and lubrication system. Theory of carburation, simple problems on carburetion, SI Engine Fuel Injection. Fuel injection, simple problems on fuel injection.
Combustion in SI Engines: Stages of combustion, effect of engine parameters on combustion, Abnormal Combustion in SI Engines, octane number. Salient features of various types of combustion chambers.
Combustion in C.I. Engines: Stages of combustion in C.I. Engines, effect of engine parameters on combustion, cetane number, CI Engine knock. Salient features of various types of combustion chambers; heat release diagrams for different combustion chambers.
Alternate Fuels : for I.C. Engines: Hydrogen, bio-gas, alcohols, vegetable oil etc.
Alternate Engines : Rotary combustion I.C. Engine, Stratified charge engine, Principle of working and salient features.Fuel Engines.
Pollutants’ Formation & Control : Mechanism of formation or pollutants – CO, HC, NOx & Particulates. Measurement of Pollutants & their control techniques.
Air compressors: Classification, working & Performance Characteristics: Reciprocating Type & Centrifugal Compressors, Surging and Choking of Compressors. Classification, working of other types of pumps and compressors.
Supercharging in IC engines: Types and classification.
Books and References:
1. A Course in I.C. Engines M.L. Mathur & R.P. Sharma
2. Internal Combustion Engines V. Ganesan
3. Introduction to I.C. Engines. Richard Stone.
4. Fundamentals of I.C. Engines J.B. Heywood.
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES - II
Mass Production Lathes: Turret lathes, ram type and saddle type, vertical turret lathe, turret lathe tooling, screw machines, single and multi spindle screw machines, automatic lathes, single and multispindle automatic lathe, cycle time.
Milling: Types of milling operations, milling machines, cutter-types, geometry, materials, size specifications, milling machine accessories, dividing heads, simple, compound, differential and angular indexing and calculations for cutting of different types of gears.
Thread and gear manufacturing and machines used for cutting threads and gears. Broaching, geometry of the broaching tool, broaching machines.
Grinding and other abrasive processes, types of abrasives and their properties, selection of grinding wheels, grinding machines, cylindrical and surface grinders, centreless grinding, grinding fluids.
Modern foundries: Planning and layout of modern mechanised foundries, machine moulding, core moulding, shell moulding, investment moulding, plaster moulding, permanent mould casting,die casting and centrifugal casting, moulding machines.
Forging : Drop, horizontal, press and upset forging, forging hammer and presses, extrusion, piercing, drawing, coining composing, coupling.
Superfinishing Operations: Buffing, polishing, lapping and honing, study of surface finish and their measurement, acceptance test of machine tools.
Hot working of Materials: Hot machine processes, hot rolling, pipe and tube production and extrusion process.
Books and References:
1. Production Technology by R.K.Jain.
2. Manufacturing Sciences by Ghosh & Mallick.
MECHATRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION
UNIT I :
Introduction to Mechatronics and Instrumentation System
Introduction to an interdisciplinary approach, Control Systems, open loop and closed loop control, Measurement Systems, Mechatronics systems, Evolution of Mechatronics, Architecture of Mechatronics, Sensors & Transducers, Performance terminology, Various types of sensors and transducers, signal conditioning, data presentation.
UNIT II :
ActuationPneumatic and Hydraulic actuators, Mechanical actuators, Electrical actuators. Design of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
UNIT III :
Logic Building and ProcessingLogic Gates, combinational and sequential logic, fuzzy logic, microprocessor, programmable logic controller.
UNIT IV :
InstrumentationIntroduction to Instruments : application of instrument systems, functional elements of a measurement system, classification of instruments. Measurements, methods and application : Force, Torque and power, pressure, temperature etc. measurements.
UNIT V :
Non Destructive TestingIntroduction to NDT, scope and advantage of NDT, Non destructive techniques: Ultrasonic Crack detection, Magnetic particle for various materials, Eddy current, Dye Penetrant, radiography, acoustic emission.
Books & Reference:
1. Mechatronics W. Bolton
2. Instrumentation,Measurement & Analysis Nakra and Choudhary
3. Mechanical Measurements Beckwith & Beck
4. Mechanical Measurements Sirohi & Radhekrishnan
5. Non – Destructive Examination K.G. Boving Hand Book
6. Non-Destmetine Testing R. Halmshaw
7. Mechatronics HMT
Location planning: Site selection of factory, factors affecting selection of site, advantages and disadvantages of rural and urban sites, single and multistory buildings.
Layout planning: Principles of plant layout, symptoms of a bad layout, types of layout, their merits and demerits, flow patterns and factors affecting them, horizontal and vertical flow lines, use of travel chart. Introduction to Computer aided layout planning.
UNIT – II
Types of production systems: job, batch and continuous production, flexible production, sales forecasting and selection of job lot size, production planning and control: Routing, scheduling, dispatching and follow up, progress reporting.
Material handling: Economic considerations and selection of material handling devices. Quality concepts and control,TQM.
UNIT - III
Product design and development: need for product design, research and development, diversification, simplification, evaluation, standardization, modern product design and development approach. Design of production system: production, importance, measurement of production, productivity index, improving productivity and its benefits. Concurrent Engineering,various international certifications.
Inventory management: function of inventory, inventory control problems, economic order quantity, re-ordering procedure, lead time, types of inventory control. Purchase management, its functions, methods and principles. Stores management, MRP, introduction to supply chain management.
UNIT - V
Capacity planning: Importance of capacity decisions, defining and measuring capacity, determining capacity requirements. Industrial safety, problems of industrial accidents, its causes and remedies, job safety analysis, industrial hazards, noise and its control. Welfare and safety.
Books and References:
1. Industrial Engg. and Management – O.P.Khanna
2. Industrial Management – K.K.Ahuja
3. Elements of production planning and control – S.Elion
4. Industrial Engg. & Production Management – Martand Telsang
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