# NIT Raipur V SEM Mechanical Engineering Syllabus

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of the Subject Computer Graphics Subject Code ME 20511 (ME)

Semester V Board of Studies Mechanical Engg.

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits  1 3 4+2

UNIT -1

Display device:

Refresh Cathode ray Tubes, Random Scan and Raster Scan monitors, Colour CRT Monitors,

Direct view Storage Tubes, Continuous Refresh and Storage display, LED and LCD Monitors.

Graphic primitives:

Points & Lines, Line drawing Algorithm, DDA and Bresenham’s Algorithm.

UNIT -2

Attributes of primitives:

Line style, Type, Width, Colour, Character Attributes, Area Filling, Antialiasing.

Fill Algorithm:

Scan-Line Polygon Fill algorithm, Boundary Fill Algorithm, Flood Fill Algorithm, Seed fill

algorithm.

UNIT -3

Analytical & Synthetic curve:

C0, C1 & C2 Continuity, Convex hull, Parametric & non parametric

representation of curves. Analytic curves: Circle, Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola, Splines: linear, quadratic,

cubic, hermite, Bezier curves, Synthetic Curves: Circle and ellipse drawing, Parametric and Breshenham’s

algorithm.

UNIT -4

2D Transformation

: Basic transformation- Translation, Scaling, Rotation, Reflection, Twist, Matrix

Representation, Composite Transformations.

3D Transformation: Basic Transformations, 3D Display parallel & perspective projection.

UNIT -5

Viewing:

Viewing world co-ordination system, Normalized co-ordinate system, Device/Image co-ordination

system, Window definitions, View port definitions, Viewing transformation.

Clipping:

Point clipping, Line clipping, Cohen- Sutherland clipping, Mid point clipping method, Sutherland

and Hodgman Clipping.

Note: All the algorithms are to be practiced in the computer Programming Laboratory and practice any

computer aided drafting software.

Text Books:

1. Computer Graphics-Donald hearn and M.Pauline Baker-Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd.

2. Introduction to Computer Graphics – N. Krishnamurhy – TMH Publication.

Reference Books:

1. Computer Graphics –Harrington S. – TMH Publication.

2. CAD-CAM Theory and Practice-Ibrahim Zeid- TMH Publication.

3. Computer Graphics – Schaum’s Outline –TMH Publication

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of the Subject Finite Element Method Subject Code ME 20512 (ME)

Semester V Board of Studies Mechanical Engg.

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 0 4

UNIT -I

Matrix algebra, the basic concept of FEM, spring and Bar elements, Element stiffness equation, Assembly

stiffness equation by direct and inspection approach, Treatment of boundary conditions, Variational method of

approximation (Rayleigh Ritz method, method of weighted residuals), potential energy formulation.

UNIT -II

Basic equation in elasticity, Stresses and strains, Compatibility equations, Strain-displacement relations, One

dimensional problems, Linear, Quadratic and cubic elements, Shape functions, compatibility and convergence

requirements, Co-ordinate system, Numerical Integration, Gauss Legendre quadrature, Application problems.

UNIT -III

Finite element analysis for plane stress and plane strain problem, Strain displacement matrix for 2-D elements,

Co-ordinate transformation, global, local and natural co-ordinates, Two dimensional integrals. Application

problems. Scalar field problems including heat conduction and flow problems.

UNIT -IV

Stiffness matrix formulation for beam and frame element. Fem equations for plates and shell elements,

axisymmetric solid elements, Applications and case studies of plates, shells and axisymmetric solids from

structural and thermal viewpoint.

UNIT -V

Introduction of Dynamic analysis, Basic equations, Lagrange’s equation, lumped and consistent mass matrices,

Eigen-value problems and Eigen-modes.

Note: Solving case studies using user defined subroutines and FEA software – ANSYS and CAE Linux

TEXT BOOK

1. Fundamentals of finite Element Analysis by David Hutton.

2. Finite element in engineering by T.R. Chandrupatla and Belegundu.

REFERENCE BOOK

1. Concepts and applications of Finite element analysis by Cook, Malkus, Plesha and Witt.

2. The Finite element Method, A Practical course, Liu and Quek.

3. The Finite element Method in Engineering by S.S. Rao.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of the Subject Fluid Machinery Subject Code ME 20513 (ME)

Semester V Board of Studies Mechanical Engg.

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 3 4+2

UNIT – I

Impact of Free Jets:

Impulse momentum principle, Force exerted by the jet on stationary flat and curved

plate, Hinged plate, Moving plate and Moving curve vanes, Jet propulsion of ship.

Flow around submerge bodies

: Force exerted by flowing fluid on a body, Drag and lift, stream lined and

bluff body, Drag on sphere and cylinder, Circulation and lift on circular cylinder, Lift of an air foil.

UNIT – II

Introduction to turbo machinery, Basic principles, Classification, Impulse & Reaction type, Fundamental

equations, Euler’s equation, Introduction to hydro-electric power plants, major components, Surge tanks etc.

Impulse Turbine:

Classification of turbine, Impulse turbine, Pelton wheel, Construction working, work

done, Head efficiency and Design aspects, Governing of impulse turbine.

UNIT– III

Reaction Turbine:

Radial flow reaction turbine, Francis turbine: construction, working, work done,

Axial flow reaction turbine:

Propeller and Kaplan turbine, Bulb or tubular turbine, Draft tube, Specific speed,

Unit quantities, Cavitation, Degree of reaction, Performance characteristics, Surge tanks, Governing of reaction

turbine.

UNIT-IV

Centrifugal Pumps:

Classification of Pumps, Centrifugal pump, Construction, working, Workdone,

Heads, Efficiencies, Multistage centrifugal pump, Pump in series and parallel, Specific speed, Characteristic,

UNIT – V

Reciprocating Pumps:

Classification, Component and working, Single acting and double acting, Discharge,

work done and power required, Coefficient of discharge, Indicator diagram, air vessels.

Fluid system:

Hydraulic accumulator, Hydraulic intensifier, Hydraulic Press, Hydraulic crane,

Hydraulic lift, Hydraulic Ram, Hydraulic coupling, Hydraulic torque converter, Air lift pump, Jet pump.

Text Books:

1. Mechanics of Fluid – Massey B.S. – English Language Book Society (U.K.)

2 . Hydraulic Machines – Jagdish Lal – S.K. Kataria & Sons

3. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines – S.K. Som & G. Biswas – TMH

Reference Books:

1. A text of Fluid Mechanics – R. K. Rajput – S. Chand & Company Ltd.

2. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering – D.S. Kumar– Kataria & Sons

3. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics – Modi P.N, Seth S.M. – Standard Book House

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of the Subject Manufacturing Science – II Subject Code ME 20514 (ME)

Semester V Board of Studies Mechanical Engg.

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 0 4

UNIT – I

Forging

: Principle, types, tools and fixture of forging, forging dies, forging machines, forging design, drop

forging die design, upset forging die design, forging practice and process capability, forging defects,

Inspection and testing of forged parts.

Extrusion

: Principle, extrusion processes, process parameters, extrusion equipment, extrusion defects.

UNIT – II

Rolling

: Principle, classification of rolled products, types of rolling, rolling mill train components, roll pass

design for continuous mill.

Drawing:

Wire drawing, tube drawing: Principle, setup, types.

Press Working:

Types of presses, selection of press, components of a simple press, press working

operations – shear, bending, drawing etc., types of dies, die sets, considerations in die design.

UNIT – III

Machinability:

Concept and evaluation of Machinability, Mechanism of Tool failure, Tool wear mechanism,

Tool life, Taylor’s Tool life equation, Machinability index, factors affecting Machinability.

Thermal Aspects in Machining and Cutting Fluid:

Source of heat in metal cutting and its distributions, temp

measurement in metal cutting, function of cutting fluid, types of cutting fluid.

Jigs & Fixtures:

Degree of freedom, principles of location and clamping, locating, clamping and

indexing devices, principles of design, design of simple jigs and fixtures.

UNIT – IV

Grinding

: Processes, machines, design consideration for grinding, specification of grinding wheel,

process parameters, economics of grinding.

Gear Cutting:

Principle of gear generations, Gear manufacturing by casting processes, forming processes

and Metal removal processes, gear cutting on milling machines (Forming and Generation). Gear finishing

processes.

UNIT – V

Unconventional Machining:

Advantages, application and limitation, mechanics of metal removal, specific

application of following processes – EDM, ECM, USM, EBM and LBM.

TEXT BOOKS:

1. Manufacturing Technology (Vol. – I & II) – P.N. Rao – Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Company, New Delhi

2. A Text Book of Production Technology (Manufacturing Processes & Technology) – P.C. Sharma – S.

Chand and Company Ltd., New Delhi.

Reference Books:

1. Machine Tool Engineering – G.R. Nagpal – Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

2. Production Technology – R.K. Jain – Khanna Publisher – New Delhi

3. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology – Serope Kalpakjian & Schmid – pearson Education, Delhi.

4. Machine Tool Practices – Kibbe Richard R – PHI, New Delhi.

5. Principle of Metal Cutting – G.C. Sen, A. Bhattacharya – New Central Book Agency (P) Ltd. Calcutta

6. Manufacturing Processes (Vol-I&II) – H.S. Bawa- Tata McGraw Hill pub. Company, New Delhi

7. Production Technology – HMT Bangalore, Tata McGraw Hill pub. Company, New Delhi.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of the Subject Industrial Engineering Subject Code ME 20515 (ME)

Semester V Board of Studies Mechanical Engg.

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 3 4+2

UNIT – I

Introduction:

Definition of Industrial engineering, History & development, Objective of Industrial

Engineering, Contribution of Industrial Engineering, Function of Industrial engineer, Place of Industrial

engineering in an organization, Related discipline, Management, OR, Statistics, Ergonomics.

Plant Location, Site Selection and Plant Layout

: Need for a suitable location, Urban, Suburban, Systems

approach, Factors affecting location, Quantitative method for evaluation of plant location, Objectives &

Principles of plant layout, Types of layout and their suitability, Software packages for layout analysis.

UNIT – II

Work Study

: Productivity and work study, Introduction and definition of Work-study, Prerequisites of

conducting a work study.

Method Study

: Introduction, definition, procedure, Recording techniques, Flow Process Charts, Critical

examination by questioning technique, man-machine chart, Motion economy principles, Micro motion study –

Therbligs.

Work Measurement

: Definition, Objectives, Techniques of Work measurement, Selection & timing the job,

Rating, Allowances, Normal and standard time determination, Work sampling.

UNIT – III

Industrial Engineering and Information Technology :

Role of IT/ IS in Industry, increasing value of

Information Technology, IT as a New Business tool, IT as Business Enabler, IT as business driver, Internet

worked enterprise, Internet, Intranet and Extranet, Globalization and IT, Competitative advantage with IT.

Definition, Need & characteristics, Industrial Engineering & Reengineering,

Framework for Reengineering, Process of Reengineering, Information Technology leverage in

UNIT IV

: Types of Industrial Enterprise, Sole proprietorship, Partnership form, Joint

stock company, Company’s Act, The Capital and Shares, Private and Public Sector.

Meaning and Origin, Objectives of Trade Union, History of Trade Union in India, Laws related

UNIT V

Maintenance Management:

Objectives and need for maintenance, Types of maintenance, Breakdown,

Predictive and Preventive Maintenance, Condition based maintenance system.

Equipment replacement policy:

Reasons for replacement, Deterioration, Obsolescence, Depreciation,

Methods for depreciation calculation.

Value Engineering & Value Analysis:

Definition, Objectives & use of value analysis, Application &

techniques.

Text Books:

1. Introduction to Work Study : International Labour Organization Geneva

2. Industrial Engineering and Production Management – Martand Telsang – S Chand & Company

Reference Books

:

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

2. Comprehensive Industrial Engineering- N.J. Manek — Laxmi Publication (P) Ltd.

3. Industrial Engineering and Management Systems – S. Dalela, Mansoor Ali: Standard Publishing

Distributors.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

Name of the Subject Machine Design – I Subject Code ME 20516 (ME)

Semester V Board of Studies Mechanical Engg.

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

4 1 0 5

UNIT – I

General Considerations:

Selection of Materials, Design Stress, Factor of Safety, Stress concentration factor in

tension, bending and torsion, Theories of failures. Notch sensitivity, Design for variable and repeated loadings,

Fatigue stress concentration factor, Endurance diagrams, Introduction to fracture mechanics.

UNIT – II

Basic Elements Design:

Types of keys and Splines, Design of Socket-Spigot, Cotter joint, Sleeve and Cotter

joint, Gib and Cotter joint, Design of Knuckle joint, Design of Splines.

Couplings:

Types of couplings, Design of flange and flexible couplings, Compression coupling, Muff

coupling.

Shaft and Axles:

Transmission shaft, Design against static load, Design for strength, Rigidity and stiffness,

UNIT- III

Specifications of steel bolts, Initial tension, Relation between bolt tension and torque, Design of statically

Power Screws:

Power screws, Force analysis for square and trapezoidal threads, Collar friction, Stresses in

screw, Coefficient of friction, Efficiency of thread, Design of power Screw.

UNIT – IV

Riveted Joints:

Types of rivet heads, Types of riveted joints, Failure of riveted joint, Strength of rivet joint,

Efficiency of riveted joint, Design of riveted joint, Eccentrically loaded riveted joint.

Welded joint:

Types of welded joints, Stresses in butt and fillet welds, Strength of welded joints, Location and

dimension of weld design, Eccentrically loaded joint, Welded joint subjected to bending moment, Design

procedure, Fillet welds under varying loads, Stress relieving techniques.

UNIT – V

Pulley & Flywheel:

Flywheel Inertia, Stresses in Flywheel and pulleys, failure criterion.

Chain Drives:

Chain drives, Roller chains, Geometric relationships, Dimensions of chain components,

Polygonal effect, Power rating of roller chains, Selection of Chain drives.

Belt & Rope Drive:

Design of Flat and Round belt drives, V-Belt, Timing belt, Wire Rope.

Text Books:

1. Machine Design by-J.E. Shigly-McGraw Hill Publications.

2. Design of Machine Elements from V.B. Bhandari, TMH Publications.

Reference Books:

1. Machine Design – P.C.Sharma & D.K. Agrawal-Kataria & Sons Publications.

2. Principles of Mechanical Design – R. Phelan – McGraw Hill Pub.