CSVTU B.E. VI Semester Mechanical Engineering Industrial Engineering Syllabus

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C G)

Semester: B.E. VI Sem. Branch: Mechanical Engg.

Subject: Industrial Engineering

Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods: 12

Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80

Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2

UNIT – I

Introduction

History & development, system approach, relationship with other departments. Objective of Industrial Engineering,

Place of Industrial engineering in an organization, related discipline, management, OR, statistics, ergonomics,

manufacturing engineering.

Plant Location

Need for a suitable location, urban, suburban, systems approach, factors affecting location, quantitative method for

evaluation of plant location.

Plant Layout

Objective & Principles, factors affecting layout, types of layout.

UNIT – II

Work Study

Purpose, objectives and applications of work study, Productivity and work study.

Method Study

Introduction, procedure, charts, man-machine, flow process charts, motion economy principles, micro motion study –

Therbligs, cyclegraph.

Work Measurement

Definition, types, selection & timing the job, rating, allowances, Normal and standard time determination, work

sampling

UNIT -III

Job Evaluation & Merit Rating

Definition, objectives, methods, job rotation, job enlargement, job enrichment.

Wages & Incentives

Terminology, characteristics, factors, types of incentives, wage incentive plan, Rowan plan, Taylor’s differential

piece rate system, Emerson’s efficiency plan, Halsey’s 50-50 plan, Bedaux plan, Group task & Bonus system.

UNIT – IV

Information systems in organizations

Role id IS in Industry, increasing value of Information Technology, Internet worked enterprise, Internet,

Intranet and Extranet, Globalization and IT, competitative advantage with IT.

Business Process Re-Engineering

Definition, need & characteristics, Industrial Engineering & Re-engineering, advantages of

re-engineering.

UNIT V

Maintenance Management

Objectives and need for maintenance, types of maintenance, breakdown, predictive and preventive maintenanace

Equipment replacement policy

Reasons for replacement, deterioration, obsolescence, depreciation, method for depreciation calculation

Value Engineering & Value Analysis

Objectives & scope, application & techniques.

TEXT BOOKS

1. Industrial Engineering & Management –A new perspective, Philip E Hicks, Mcgraw Hill

2. Industrial Engineering & Management – O.P. Khanna – Dhanpat Rai & Sons

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