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ME 654 Wind Energy Conversion (3 0 0 6)


Sources and characteristics of wind, selection of site, wind resource assessment, power in the wind; classification of wind turbines, horizontal and vertical axis wind turbines, wind turbine aerodynamics, applications-wind diesel systems, wind farms, wind pumps and offshore wind turbines; turbine airfoils and rotor wakes, operational characteristics; structural considerations, wind turbine acoustics, electric power systems, economic assessment, environmental and social issues.


References:


  1. J F Walker, and N Jenkins, Wind Energy Technology, John Wiley and Sons, 1997.

  2. D A Spera, (Ed.), Wind Turbine Technology, ASME, 1994.

  3. N G Calvert, Windpower Principles: Their Application on the Small Scale, London, Griffin, 1978.

  4. F R Eldridge, Wind Machines, NY: Von Nostrand Reinhold, 1980.

  5. D M Eggleston, and F S Stoddard, Wind Turbine Engg. Design, Von Nostrand, New York, 1987.

  6. L L Freris, (Ed.), Wind Energy Conversion Systems, Prentice Hall, London, 1990.

  7. D M Simmons, Wind Power, Noyes Data Corp. New Jersey, 1975.



ME 655 Energy Conservation and Waste Heat Recovery (3 0 0 6)


Energy resources and use. Potential for energy conservation. Optimal utilization of fossil fuels. Total energy approach. Coupled cycles and combined plants. Cogeneration systems. Exergy analysis. Utilization of industrial waste heat. Properties of exhaust gas. Gas-to-gas, gas-to-liquid heat recovery systems. Recuperators and regenerators. Shell and tube heat exchangers. Spiral tube and plate heat exchangers. Waste heat boilers: various types and design aspects. Heat pipes: theory and applications in waste heat recovery. Prime movers: sources and uses of waste heat. Fluidized bed heat recovery systems. Utilization of waste heat in refrigeration, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Thermoelectric system to recover waste heat. Heat pump for energy recovery. Heat recovery from incineration plants. Utilization of low grade reject heat from power plants. Need for energy storage: Thermal, electrical, magnetic and chemical storage systems. Thermo-economic optimization.


References:


1. J. H. Harlock, Combined Heat and Power, Pergaman Press, 1987

2. F. Kreith and R. E. West, Energy Efficiency, CRC handbook, CRC Press,1999

3. Kays and London, Compact Heat Exchangers, 3rd edition, McGraw-Hill, New York.


ME 656 Numerical Simulation and Modelling of Turbulent Flows (3 0 0 6)


Introduction: Physical description and significance of turbulent flows. Transition and onset of turbulence; Turbulent free shear and wall-bounded flows; Challenges and complexities. Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS): Introduction; Governing Equations; Computational cost; Examples of DNS of channel and free-shear flows. Large Eddy Simulation (LES): Introduction; Filtering; Filtered conservation equations; Smagorinsky’s model; Appraisal and perspective. Reynolds Averaged Equations: Reynolds averaging; Reynolds averaged equations; Closure problem. Turbulent Viscosity Models: Turbulent viscosity hypothesis; Algebraic models; Turbulent-kinetic-energy models; Exact and modelled equations for turbulent-kinetic-energy and its dissipation; Modifications for wall effects and buoyancy-driven flows. Reynolds-Stress Models: Introduction; Closure relations; Examples; Limitations.


References:


1. Tennekes, H., and Lumley, J.L., 1972, A First Course in Turbulence, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

2. Pope, S.B., 2000, Turbulent Flows, Cambridge University Press.

3. Ferziger, J.H., and Peric, M., 2002, Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics, Springer.

4. Schlichting, H., and Gersten, K., 2000, Boundary Layer Theory, Springer.

5. Garde, R.J., 2000, Turbulent Flow, New Age International.

6. Wilcox, D.C., 1993, Turbulence Modelling for CFD, DCW Industries, California, USA.

7. White, F.M., 1991, Viscous Fluid Flow, McGraw-Hill.

8. White, F.M., 1999, Fluid Mechanics, McGraw-Hill.


ME 657 Two-phase Flow and Heat Transfer (3 0 0 6)


Definitions; Review of one-dimensional conservation equations in single phase flows; Governing equations for homogeneous, separated and drift-flux models; Flow pattern maps for horizontal and vertical systems; Simplified treatment of stratified, bubbly, slug and annular flows.

Thermodynamics of boiling; Pool boiling- onset of nucleation, heat transfer coefficients, critical heat flux, effect of sub-cooling; Flow boiling- onset of nucleation, heat transfer coefficients, critical heat flux, effect of sub-cooling.

Condensation- Film and dropwise condensation


Text/References :


1. Wallis, G.B., One dimensional two-phase flows, McGraw-Hill 1969.

2. Collier, J.B. and Thome, J.R., Convective boiling and condensation, Oxford Science Publications, 1994.

3. L S Tong and Y S Tang. Boiling Heat Transfer and Two-Phase Flow. Taylor and Francis, 1997.

4. P B Whalley. Boiling, Condensation and Gas-Liquid Flow. Oxford University Press, 1987.


ME 667 Sorption Cooling and Heating Systems (3 0 0 6)


Introduction: Classification of sorption systems, Absorption and adsorption systems, Dry and wet types; Working principles of sorption refrigeration system, heat pump and heat transformer; Wet absorption systems; Refrigerant absorbent combination: LiBr-H2O and NH3-H2O solution thermodynamics, Pressure - concentration - temperature / enthalpy relations and charts; Analysis of single stage, multistage and hybrid systems; Types and design considerations for components such as absorbers, generators and rectifiers; Working principle of pumpless absorption systems; Dry absorption / adsorption systems; Refrigerant / Sorbent combinations and their properties; Metal hydride based systems; Heat and mass transfer in sorption beds; Analysis of metal hydride based refrigerator, heat pump and heat transformer; Selection of metal hydride alloys for various engineering applications.


Texts / References:


  1. W. B. Gosney, Principles of Refrigeration, Cambridge University Press, 1982.

  2. K. E. Herold, R. Radermacher and S. A. Keli, Absorption Chillers and Heat Pumps, CRC Press, 1996.

  3. M. V. C. Sastri, B. Viswanathan and S. S. Murthy, Metal Hydrides, Narosa Publishing House, 1998.



ME 670 Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (3 0 0 6)


Pre-requisite: ME 602/ MA 573 or equivalent.


Brief review of the governing equations in fluid dynamics; Compact and explicit convection schemes; Linear iterative solver – introduction to Conjugate Gradient method, Geometric multigrid technique; Structured Grid generation - algebraic methods, elliptic techniques; Finite difference technique - Convection-diffusion equation, Projection method, coordinate transformation. Finite volume method - integral approximations, flows in simple and complex geometries, introduction to unstructured grid computations; Parallel computations - Need for vectorization, domain decomposition technique, MPI libraries; Introduction to Turbulent flow

computations – ideas behind Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS), Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and turbulence modeling.


Texts:

1. J. H. Ferziger and M. Peric, Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics, Springer, 2002.

2. J. C. Tannehill, D. A. Anderson and R. H. Pletcher, Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer, Taylor & Francis, 1997.


References:

1. S. V. Patankar, Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow, Hemisphere, 2000.

2. J. D. Anderson Jr, Computational Fluid Dynamics, McGraw-Hill International Edition, 1995.

3. K.Muralidhar and T. Sundararajan, Computational Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer, Narosa Publishing House, 1995.

4. S. B. Pope, Turbulent Flows, Cambridge University Press, 2000.

5. Pierre Sagaut, Large Eddy Simulation for Incompressible Flows, Springer, 1998.

6. Tapan K. Sengupta, Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Universities Press, 2004.

7. J. H. Ferziger, NumericalMethods for Engineering Application, John Wiley & Sons,1998.


Machine Design


ME 605 Fracture, Fatigue and Failure Analysis (3 0 0 6)


Fracture criteria, Introduction to linear elastic fracture mechanics, Analysis of simple crack problems, Nucleation and propagation of cracks, Correlation between microstructure and fracture behaviour in materials. Mechanisms of fracture, Mechanisms of fatigue crack initiation and propagation, Evaluation of fracture toughness, factors influencing fatigue strength, life prediction, prevention of fatigue failure


Texts:


1. S.T. Rolfe and J.M Barson, Fracture and fatigue control in structures, Prentice Hall

2. David and Bruck, Elementary Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Norelho

3. N.E. Fros, et al, Metal fatigue, Clarendon Press

4. American Society for Metals, Case histories in failure analysis, ASM.


ME 606 Solidification Processing (3 0 0 6)


Thermodynamic principles of phase transformations: Binary solutions; equilibrium of heterogeneous systems; Principles of solidification: Nucleation and growth of pure metals and alloys, eutectic solidification; Solidification of ingots and castings: formation of plane front, columnar, equiaxed and dentritic structures; Various solidification techniques viz: sand casting, metal mold casting, continuous casting, zone melting, Rapid solidification, etc,. Influence of process variables on the properties of metallic materials.


Texts:


1. D.S. Porter & K.E. Esterling, Phase transformation in metals and alloys, Chapman & Hall, 1981.

2. W. Kurtz and D.J. Fischer, Principles of Solidification, edition - 3, Trans Tech Publications, 1992

3. John Campbell, Castings, Butterworth Heinemann, edition -1, 1998.

4. Casting , ASM hand book, Vol-15, 1997.


ME 607 Introduction to Composite Materials (3 0 0 6)


Introduction – classifications, terminologies, manufacturing processes (in brief). Macromechanical analysis of lamina – Hooke’s law for anisotropic, monoclinic, orthotropic, transversely isotropic and isotropic materials–2D Unidirectional and angle ply lamina – Strength theories of lamina. Micromechanical analysis of lamina –Volume and mass fraction, density and void content – Evaluation of Elastic modulii, Ultimate strength of unidirectional lamina. Macromechanical analysis of laminates – Laminate code, Stress strain relations – In-plane and Flexural modulus,Hygrothermal effects. Failure Analysis and Design – Special cases of laminates, symmetric, cross ply, angle ply and antisymmetric laminates, failure criteria and failure modes


Texts/ References


  1. Jones, R M, Mechanics of Composite Materials, Scripta Book Co.

2. Agarwal, B D and Broutman, J. D, Analysis and Performance of Fiber Composites, New York, John Willey and Sons, 1990

3. Mallik, P. K, Fiber reinforced composites : materials, manufacturing and design, New York- Marcel and Dekker, 1993 (2ndedition)

4. Arthur, K Kaw, Mechanics of Composite Materials, CRC Press, 1997.

5. Reddy J N, Mechanics of Laminated Composite Plates, CRC Press

6. Mallik, P. K, Composite Engineering Hand Book, New York, Marcel and Dekker, 1997 (2nd edition)


ME 608 CAD-CAM (2 0 2 6)


Introduction and components of Computer aided design (CAD)/Computer aided manufacturing (CAM)/Computer aided engineering (CAE) systems; Basic concepts of graphics programming; Transformation matrix; Rendering; Graphical user interface; Computer aided drafting systems; Geometric modeling systems – wireframe, surface and solid modeling systems; Nonmanifold systems; Assembly and web-based modeling systems; Representation and manipulation of conic sections; Hermite, Bezier, and B-spline curves and surfaces; Introduction to optimization; CAD/CAM integration; Numerical control – Concepts for manual and computer assisted part programming; Virtual engineering – components and applications; Extensive laboratory work on CAD (Solid modeling software), CAM (manufacturing software), and CAE (Finite element analysis software)


Text


  1. Kunwoo Lee, Principles of CAD/CAM/CAE systems, Addison Wesley, 1999.


Reference Books:


  1. Mark E. Coticchia, George W. Crawford, and Edward J. Preston, CAD/CAM/CAE systems: justification, implementation and productivity measurement , 2nd edition, New York, Marcel Dekker, 1993.

  2. Chris Macmahon and Jimmie Browne CADCAM: principles, practice and manufacturing management, 2nd edition, Addison Wesley, 1998.

  3. Mikell P. Groover and Emory W. Zimmers ,CAD/CAM: Computer aided design manufacturing, Prentice Hall, 1996.

  4. P. Radhakrishnan, S. Subramanyan, and V. Raju ,CAD/CAM/CIM , 2nd edition, New Age, 2000.



ME 608 CAD-CAM (3 0 0 6) /(OLD)


Introduction, automation & CAD/CAM/CIM, computers: mini, micro and programmable controllers, hardware and graphics software in CAD, CAD applications and integration with other software packages; NC and CNC machines; Part programming, Robots technology and applications; Group technology and process planning; CAPP, inventory management; MRP, MRP-II; Process monitoring and control; Computer-process interfacing; Co-ordinate measuring machine; Inspection and computer-aided quality control; CIM and FMS; AI and expert systems in CIM, CAD/CAM/CIM implementation


Texts:


1. M P Groover, and E. W. Zimmers, Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing, Prentice-Hall India, 1996

2. P Radahkrishanan and S. Subramanyan, CAD/CAM/CIM, New Age International (P) Ltd, 1994

3. Jon Stenerson and Kelly Curran, Computer Numerical Control, Prentice Hall International, 1997

4. Daniel L. Ryan, Computer-Aided Graphics and Design, Marcel Dekker Inc, 1994

5. David F. Rogers and J. Alan Adams, Mathematical Elements of Computer Graphics, Mc Graw Hill, 1990


ME 609 Optimization Methods in Engineering (3 0 0 6)


Introduction to optimization; Formulation of optimization problems; Classical optimization techniques; Linear Programming; Non-linear Programming; single variable, multi-variable and constrained optimization; Specialised algorithms for integer programming and geometric programming; Non-traditional optimization algorithms.


Texts:


1. S. S. Rao, Optimization: Theory and Applications, 2nd ed. Wiley Eastern, 1984.

2. K. Deb, Optimization for Engineering Design-Algorithms and Examples, Prentice-Hall India, 1995.

3. J. S. Arora, Introduction to Optimum Design, MCGraw-Hill, 1989.

4. G. V. Reklaitis, A. Ravindran and K. M. Ragsdell, Engineering Optimization- Methods and Applications, Wiley, 1983.

5. R. L. Fox, Optimization Methods for Engineering Design, Addison Wesley, 1971.


ME 613 Nonlinear Vibrations (3 0 0 6)


Mechanical Vibrations Dynamics of conservative and non-conservative systems; Phase planes, fixed points; Local and global stability, Lyapunov theory; Analytical solution methods: Harmonic balance, equivalent linearization, perturbation techniques (Linstedt-Poincare, Multiple Scales, Averaging – Krylov-Bogoliubov-Mitropolsky); Damping mechanisms; self-excited systems, Van der Pol’s oscillator. Forced oscillations of SDOF systems, Duffing’s oscillator; primary-, secondary-, and multiple- resonances; period-multiplying bifurcations; Poincare’ maps, point attractors, limit cycles and their numerical computation, strange attractors and chaos; Types of bifurcations, Lyapunov exponents and their determination, fractal dimension. Parametric excitations, Floquet theory, Mathieu’s and Hill’s equations; effects of damping and nonlinearity; MDOF systems, solvability conditions, internal (autoparametric) resonances; Hopf bifurcation and panel flutter example. Application to continuous systems.


Texts:


1. Nayfeh, A. H., and Mook, D. T., Nonlinear Oscillations, Wiley-Interscience, 1979.

2. Hayashi, C. Nonlinear Oscillations in Physical Systems, McGraw-Hill, 1964.

3. Evan-Ivanowski, R. M., Resonance Oscillations in Mechanical Systems, Elsevier, 1976.

4. Nayfeh, A. H., and Balachandran, B., Applied Nonlinear Dynamics, Wiley, 1995.

5. Seydel, R., From Equilibrium to Chaos: Practical Bifurcation and Stability Analysis, Elsevier, 1988.

6. Moon, F. C., Chaotic & Fractal Dynamics: An Introduction for Applied Scientists and Engineers, Wiley, 1992.

7. Srinivasan, P. Nonlinear Mechanical Vibrations, New Age International, 1995.

8. Rao, J. S., Advanced Theory of Vibration: Nonlinear Vibration and One-dimensional Structures, New Age International, 1992.


ME 614 Random Vibrations (3 0 0 6)


Introduction to probability theory, random process. Excitation response relations for stationary random processes- single and multi-degree of freedom system with linear and non-linear characteristics, continuous systems. Failure due to random vibration in mechanical systems. Brief discussion on measurement and processing of random data.


Texts:


1. D. E. Newland, An Introduction to Random Vibrations and Spectral Analysis, Second Ed., Longman Inc., NewYork, 1984

2. N. C. Nigam, Introduction to Random Vibrations, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1983


ME 615 Rotor Dynamics (3 0 0 6)



Rotor-bearing interaction. Flexural vibration, critical speeds of shafts, Effects of anisotropic bearings, unbalanced response of an asymmetric shaft. Gyroscopic effects. Aerodynamic effects. Equivalent discrete system. Geared and branched systems. Fluid film bearings: Steady state characteristics of bearings. Rigid and flexible rotor balancing. Condition monitoring of rotating machinery. Measurement techniques.


Texts:


1. J. S. Rao, Rotor Dynamics, Third ed., New Age, New Delhi, 1996

2. M. J. Goodwin, Dynamics of Rotor-Bearing Systems, Unwin Hyman, Sydney, 1989.


ME 625 Fracture Mechanics (3 0 0 6)


Griffith’s theory of brittle failures; Irwin’s stress intensity factors; Linear elastic fracture mechanics: The stress analysis of crack tips, Macroscopic theories in crack extension, Instability and R-curves, Crack tip plasticity, K as a failure criterion, Mixed mode of fracture, Analytical and Experimental methods of determining K; Elastic plastic fracture mechanics: Crack tip opening displacement, J Integrals, Crack growth resistance curves, Crack tip constraint under large scale yielding, creep crack growth; Microscopic theories of fracture: Ductile and cleavage fracture, ductile-brittle transition, inter-granular fracture; Fatigue crack propagation: Fatigue crack growth theories, crack closure, Microscopic theories of fatigue crack growth; Application of theories of fracture mechanics in design and materials development


Texts :


1. T. L. Anderson, Fracture Mechanics Fundamentals and Applications, CRC Press, 1994

2. D. Brock, Elementary Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Maritinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1982

3. S. T. Rolfe and J. M. Barson, Fracture and Fatigue Control in Structures, PHI, 1977


ME 626 Aeroacoustics of Exhaust Systems (3 0 0 6)


Propagation of plane and three-dimensional waves in rectangular and circular ducts, dissipative ducts, theory of acoustic filters, units for measurement of sound and performance parameters, aeroacoustics, exhaust process, Transfer matrices for various tubular and perforated elements, Time domain analysis of exhaust systems, Flow acoustic measurements, dissipative ducts and mufflers, design of mufflers.

Texts:


1. Marvin Goldstein, Aeroacoustics, McGraw-Hill, 1983

2. L. E. Kinsler and A. R. Frey, Fundamentals of Acoustics, Wiley, 1962

3. M. L. Munjal, Aeroacoustics of Ducts and Mufflers, Wiley, 1987

  1. P. M. Morse and K. U. Ingard, Theoretical Acoustics, McGraw-Hill, 1968



ME 627 Industrial Noise Control (3 0 0 6)


Principles of sound generation and propagation, sound attenuation, sound absorption, sources of industrial noise, effects of noise, noise measurement units and instruments, identification of source of noise, noise evaluation procedures, acoustical enclosures, design of reactive and absorptive mufflers, active noise control, designing for quieter machines and processes, case studies.


Texts:


1. Leo L. Beranek, Noise and Vibration Control, McGraw-Hill, 1971

2. J. D. Irwin and E. R. Graf, Industrial Noise and Vibration Control, Prentice Hall, 1979

3. Cyril M Harris, Handbook of Noise Control, McGraw-Hill

4. Baxa, Noise Control in Internal Combustion Engines, Wiley, 1982

  1. Harold Lord, Gatley and Eversen, Noise Control for Engineers, McGraw-Hill

  2. R. H. Lyon, Machinery Noise and Diagnostics, Butterworths, 1987.



ME 632 Condition Monitoring of Machines (3 0 0 6)


Introduction to machinery maintenance, basic vibration theory, fundamentals of data acquisition, principles of condition monitoring, transducers for condition monitoring, fault diagnosis in rotating machines, NDT methods in condition monitoring, wear and debris analysis, case studies in condition monitoring.


Texts:


R. A. Collacott, Vibration Monitoring and Diagnosis, Willey, New York, 1979

H. P. Bloch and F. P. Geitner, Practical Machinery Management for Process Plants, Vol. 1, 2 3 & 4., Gulf Publishing Company, 1983

H. M. Harris and C. E. Crede, Shock and Vibration Handbook, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1994

A. V. Oppenheim and R.W. Shafer, Digital Signal Processing, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1975

V. Wowk, Machinery Vibration Measurement and Analysis, McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1991

R. B. Randall, Frequency Analysis, Bruel & Kjaer Publication, 1986

J. S. Bendat and A. G. Piersol, Engineering applications of correlation and Spectral Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, 1980


ME 640 Robotics and Robot Applications (3 0 0 6)


Definition and classification of ROBOTS and manipulators, motion and degrees of freedom, motion categories, uses, field of applications, Robot Arm Kinematics: Direct and Inverse, Robot arm dynamics, Manipulator trajectories, control of robot manipulators. Introduction to sensing and vision in robotics.


Texts:


1. K. S. Fu, R. C. Gonzalez and C.S.G. Lee, ROBOTICS: Control, Sensing,Vision and Intelligence, McGraw-Hill, 1987.

2.B. K. P. Horn, Robot Vision, MIT Press, Cambridge,1986.

3. J. J. Craig, Introduction to Robotics, Addision-Wesley,1989.

4.Y. Koren, Robotics for Engineers, MsGraw Hill,1985.


ME 643 Material Characterization Methods (3 0 0 6)


X-Ray Techniques: Elements of Crystallography, Principles of X-ray diffraction, X-ray equipment and data analysis; associated techniques in X-ray spectroscopy; Fundamentals of elementa analysis. Optical/Electron Microscopy Techniques: Specimen preparation techniques for optical and electron microscopy in metallurgy. Elements of phase identification, grain size determination, inclusion analysis, Image analysis, etc.. Electron diffraction, SEM, Failure analysis and fractography, EDAX / EPMA, data analysis. Neutron Scattering Techniques: Diffraction, inelastic scattering and reflectometry. Thermal Analysis: Principles and applications of thermal analysis; DTA, DSC, TGA, TMA, DMA, etc. Mechanical Property characterisation: Principles and chartacterisation techniques related to Tensile, compressive, hardness, fatigue, and fracture toughness properties. Deformation; Superplasticity.


Texts:


1. Materials characterisation, Vol. 10, ASM hand book, 1997 ,

2. B. D. Cullitey, Elements of X-ray diffraction, Addison-Wesely, 1968.

3. G. Dieter, Mechanical Metallurgy, Mc-Graw Hill, 1996.

4. ASTM handbook, vol. 3, 1997.

5. R.F. Speyer, Thermal Analysis of Materials, Marcel Decker, 1994.


ME 644 Modern Control (3 0 0 6)


Linear state variable systems: Continuous time systems, Discrete time systems, minimum phase systems, Reachability, Controllability, Observability, Realization and canonical forms, State variable feed back, stabilizability, and Dectectability, Output feedback. Optimal control of mechanical systems: Continuous time linear quadratic regulator (LQR), Steady state and sub optimal control, minimum time and constrained input design, LQR with output feed back, tracking problems. State estimators: Continuous observer, Reduced order observer, Kalman filter. Linear quadratic Gaussian (LQG) design, LQG/LTR design.


Texts :


1. K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Third edition, Prentice Hall 1994.

  1. F.L. Lewis, Applied Optimal control and Estimation, Prentice Hall, 1992.

  2. B. Friedland, Control Systems Design, McGraw Hill, 1986.



ME 645 Mechatronics (2 0 2 6)


Introduction: Definition of Mechatronics, Mechatronics in manufacturing, Products, and design. Comparison between Traditional and Mechatronics approach. Electronics: Review of fundamental of lectronics. Data conversion devices, sensors, microsensors, transducers, electrical contacts, actuators, and switches, contactless input devices, signal processing devices; relays, contactors, timers, output devices. Microprocessors and controllers. Drives: Stepper motors, servo drives. Mechanical: Ball screws, linear motion bearings, cams, systems controlled by camshafts, indexing mechanisms, hoppers, magazines, Chutes, transfer systems. Typical Mechatronics systems. Hydraulics: Hydraulic elements, walls, actuators, and various other elements. Hydraulic powder packs, pumps. Design of hydraulic circuits. Pneumatics: production, distribution and conditioning of compressed air. System components and graphic representations. Various types of controllers. Design and fabrication of Mechatronics systems.


Texts:


1. HMT ltd. Mechatronics, Tata Mcgraw-Hill, New Delhi, 1988.

2. G.W. Kurtz, J.K. Schueller, P.W. Claar . II, Machine design for mobile and industrial applications, SAE, 1994.

3. T.O. Boucher, Computer automation in manufacturing - an Introduction, Chappman and Hall, 1996.

4. Mechatronics, Intl. J. published by Pergamon Press


ME 649 Analysis and Identification in Rotor-Bearing-Foundation Systems (3 0 0 6)


Finite element analysis of the torsional and bending critical speeds of simple shafts. Gyroscopic effects: whirl speed analysis (Campbell diagram). Effect of internal/ external damping. Rotors with Timoshenko shaft element. Shaft crack element. Bearing stiffness and damping coefficients. Simple rotor instability. Unbalance response. Flexible foundation models. Identification of bearing and foundation models. Identification of the unbalance in the rotor. Vibration measurements in rotor systems.


References:


  1. D. Childs, Turbomachinery Rotordynamics: Phenomena, Modeling and Analysis. Research Studies Pub., Wiley-Interscience Publication, New York, 1993.

  2. M.S. Darlow, Balancing of High Speed Machinery, Springer-Verlag, 1989.

  3. F.M. Dimentberg, Flexural Vibrations of Rotating Shafts, Butterworths, London, 1961.

  4. A.D. Dimargonas and S.A. Paipetis, Analytical Methods in Rotor Dynamics, Applied Science Publications, London, 1983.

  5. M.J. Goodwin, Dynamics of Rotor-Bearing Systems, Unwin Hyman, Sydney, 1989.

  6. E. Krämer, Dynamics of Rotors and Foundations, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1993.

  7. C.W. Lee, Vibration Analysis of Rotors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, London, 1993.

  8. O. Mahrenholtz, (editor) Dynamics of Rotors; Stability and System Identification, International Center for Mechanical Science, New York, 1984.

  9. J.S. Rao, Rotor Dynamics, Third Edition, New Age, New Delhi, 1996.

  10. N.F. Rieger, Vibrations of Rotating Machinery, The Vibration Institute, Clarendon Hills, Illionis, 1977.

  11. A. Tondl, Some Problems of Rotor Dynamics, Chapman & Hall, London, 1965.

  12. J.M. Vance, Rotordynamics of Turbomachinery, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1988.


Journals:


Journal of Sound and Vibration, Academic Press.

Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, Transactions of ASME.

Journal of Machine Design, Transactions of ASME.

Journal of Tribology, Transactions of ASME. Etc.


ME 658 Signal Processing and Model Estimation (2 0 2 6)


Transforming from the time domain to the frequency domain. The effects of leakage and the use of windows. The basics of data acquisition, including sampling, aliasing and resolution. The estimation of frequency response and transfer functions. Gausing measurement quality. The different types of excitation signals and their advantages. The transformation of equations of motion to discrete time. Identification of dynamic models from measurements using time domain data. The selection of model order. An introduction to curve fitting and experimental modal analysis. The identification of physical parameters of models from measured data.


Text:



  1. Ewins, D.J., 2000, Modal Testing: Theory and Practice, John Wiley & Sons, Second Edition.

  2. Newland, D.E., 1997, An Introduction to Random Vibrations and Spectral Analysis, Longman Scientific & Technical.

  3. Friswell, M.I. and Mottershead, J.E., 1996, Finite Element Model Updating in Structural Dynamics, Kluwer Academic Publications, London.



ME 659 Tribology of Bearings (3 0 0 6)


Introduction, Properties and Testing of Lubricants, Basic Equations, Idealized Hydrodynamic Bearings. Finite Bearings, Oil Flow and Thermal equilibrium, Bearing Design, Squeeze Film bearings, Hydrodynamic Instability. Externally pressurized Oil Bearings. Gas-lubricated Bearings. Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication, Surface Roughness Effect on Hydrodynamic Bearings and Elastohydrodynamic Line contacts. Ball Bearings, Roller Bearings. Friction of Metals. Wear of Metals.


Texts:


1. B C Majumdar, 1999, “Introduction to Tribology of Bearings”, A. H. Wheeler & Co. Ltd., New Delhi.

2. Pinkus, O. and Sternlicht, B., 1961, “Theory of hydrodynamic lubrication”, Mc Graw Hill Book Co. Inc., New York.

3. A Cameron and C.M. Mc Ettles, 1987, “Basic Lubrication Theory”, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi.


ME 661 Computer Aided Engineering Design (3 0 0 6)


Computer graphics fundamentals: Transformations, projections; Parametric curves: Differential geometry of curves, Hermite (PC), Bezier and B-Spline curves; Parametric surfaces: Differential geometry of surfaces, differential geometry of ruled and developable surfaces, Ferguson, Coon’s, Bezier and B-Spline surface patches, sweep and cylindrical surfaces, composite surface; Representation of solids: Cellular decomposition models, b-rep and CSG models, parametric instancing and sweep; CG, mass & geometrical properties; Data transfer; CAD for FEA, design optimization and CAM; Recent trends: Reverse engineering and rapid manufacturing.


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