Performance Testing of Central Air Conditioning System.
Determination of COP of One Ton Cold Storage Plant.
To Study Hermetically Sealed Compressor For Vcrs.
Performance Testing of a Vapour Compression Refrigerator System.
Performance Testing of a 35 Ltr. Drinking Water Cooler.
To Study the Different Control System for Vapour.
Performance Testing of a 1.5 Tr Window Air Conditioning System.
Performance Analysis of the Solar Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System.
Performance Analysis of a Domestic Evaporative Cooler.
PRODUCTION & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB.
Name of Experiment
Design of Drilling Jig.
Design of a Milling Fixture.
Rigidity Test of Lathe Machine.
Part Programming on CNC Lathe/ Milling.
Preparation of Tool Layout on Capstan/Turret Lathe.
Types of Chips under different cutting conditions.
Study of oil hydraulic power press system.
Peg board experiment.
Determination of rating factor.
Preparation of control charts for variables.
Control charts for attributes.
Time study using stop watch on a lathe / drilling machine.
Time study using PMTS.
MAJOR PROJECT & SEMINAR
EDUCATION TOUR & TRAINING
6 week training to be undertake in relevant industry suggested by the
DEPARTMENT of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT
UNIT - I
Introduction -Fundamentals of Maintenance Engineering. Maintenance Engineering its importance in material & energy conservation, inventory control, productivity, safety, pollution control etc.
Safety Regulations, pollution problems, human reliability, total quality management (TQM), total productivity maintenance (TPM), environmental issues in maintenance, ISO 9000.
UNIT - II
Maintenance Management - types of maintenance strategies, Planned and unplanned maintenance, breakdown, preventive & predictive maintenance.Their comparison, advantages & disadvantages. Limitations , computer aided maintenance, maintenance scheduling, spare part management, inventory control, organisation of maintenance department.
UNIT - III
Tribology in Maintenance, friction wear and lubrication, friction & wear mechanisms, prevention of wear, types of lubrication mechanisms, lubrication processes. Lubricants - types, general and special purpose, additives, testing of lubricants, degradation of lubricants, seal & packings.
Machine Health Monitoring - Condition based maintenance, signature analysis, oil analysis, vibration, noise and thermal signatures, on line & off line techniques, Instrumentation & equipment used in machine health monitoring. Instrumentation in maintenance, signal processing, data acquisition and analysis, application of intelligent systems, data base design.
UNIT - V
Reliability, availability & maintainability (RAM) Analysis - Introduction to RAM failure mechanism, failure data analysis, failure distribution, reliability of repairable and non repairable systems, Improvement in reliability , reliability testing, reliability prediction, utilisation factor, system reliability by Monte Carlo Simulation Technique.
Books and References:
1. Maintenance Engineering Hand Book Higgins
2. Maintenance & Spare parts Management Gopal Krishnan
Note: Weightage of Unit I and Unit II is 25% each and that of Unit III is 50% in the final examinations.
Residual stresses, causes, manufacturing process causing thermal gradient, impact etc. Contact stresses and Hertzian stresses.Optimization in design, economic consideration, human considerations, stiffness and rigidity considerations in design, shock and impact considerations in design.
Wear consideration in design, tribology, concept of friction, wear and lubrication, effect of surface films, designing for wear life, erosive and corrosive wear. Creativity in design and alternative design. Product design, different modules of design theory. Aesthetic form, shape and colour. Design against fracture.
Detailed design and working drawing:
Petrol Engine/Diesel Engine
Lathe/ Milling /Drilling Machine
and, computer aided design of one assembly from the above.
Books and References:
1. Engineering Design G.E. Deiter
2. Handbook of Mechanical Design G.M.Maitra and L.V. Prasad
3. Machine Tool Design N.K. Mehta
4. Machine Design Robert L. Norton
5. Engineering Tribology J.A.Williams
6. I.C. Engines Richard Stone
7. Mechanical Engineering Design J.E. Shigley
8. Product Design Chitale & Gupta
ELECTIVE - III INSTRUMENTATION & AUTOMATIC CONTROL
Instrumentation: Basic principles pressure measurement, liquid and gas flow measurement. accuracy, Precision & errors, Temperaturement instruments, static & dynamic temp., devices, transducers for temperature & pressure measurement.
Liquid level measurement, temperature measurement, indicating and registering equipment as applied to engines, humidity measurement.
Motion measurement vibration m pickups, noise level measurement.
Automatic Controls: Introduction to the concept of automatic control, fundamentals of two position control.
Proportional controls, floating controls, rate controls, pneumatic control circuits, hydraulic control circuits.
Introduction: Robot, classification of robot, characteristics of robot, performance, advantages and disadvantages of robot, application of robot.
Fundamentals of robot: Various system, structure and definition, terms relating to type of industrial robots, basic term relating to robot performance and characteristics
Controlling the robot systems: Introduction to drives, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic drives, electric drive, feed back control
Sensing System: Introduction, types of sensor, machine vision, artificial intelligence, control techniques, robot language features.
Robot safety: Introduction, potential safety hazards, safety planning check list, safety guide lines, latest development in safety measurement.
Books and References:
John J. Craig, Introduction to robotics: mechanics and control, Perason ed.
Y. Koren , Robotics for Engineers, McGraw Hill.
ELECTIVE – III -EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS
UNIT I :
Photo-elasticity: Theories of light, polarized light, methods of getting polarized, double refraction, quarter wave plate, plane and circular polariscope, dark and bright fields arrangement.
UNIT II :
Stress-optic law, expression for light emergent from plane and circular polariscopes containing, loaded model, isoclinios and ischromaischromatics. Fringo constant and its determination by tension, disc compression and beam methods.
Determination of fractional fringe orders, Babinet-Soleil compensator, tension specimen as compensator, tension specimen as compensator, use of analyser for franctional fringe order determination.
UNIT III :
Requirements of good photoelastic material, properties of commonly used materials such as Bakelite, CR-39, Araldits, Gelatin etc.
Separation of principle stresses by lateral strain measurement,by shear difference method and by electrical analogy.
Principle of three dimensional photo elastic analysis techniques of casting, stress freezing, slicing and stress pattern analysis.
UNIT IV :
Strain gauges:Mechanical, optical, acoustical, electrical inductance and electrical capacitance type strain gauges, electrical resistance type strain gauges, details of construction, method of fixing, gauges factor, gauge length, circuits for measurement of strain, temperature compensation. Strain rosettes of rectangular, delta and T-delta types, evaluation of stress from strain readings obtained from rosettes.
UNIT V :
Miscellaneous topics: Moire fringes technique, brittle lacquro,met- hod, membrances analogy, methods for non destructive testing of materials, model analysis.