NIT Raipur VI Sem Metallurgy Syllabus

NIT Raipur VI SEM Metallurgy Syllabus

Name of the Subject Engineering Economics and Industrial Management

Subject Code MT20611(MT)

Semester VI Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits 3 1 ? 4 (Th)

 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

An idea of fundamental concepts of economics, its relationship with engineering and technology. Factors of

Production: Characteristics and importance of Demand and Supply analysis, elasticity of demand, Price

determination, Laws of returns, monopoly. G.N.P. and National income: Importance, distribution, Direct and

indirect taxes, taxes and industrial development, elementary idea of theory of employment.

Meaning and function of money and bank, value of money and its fluctuations, Quantity theory of money,

Gresham’s law, Devaluation of money, foreign trade. Industrialization: Factory system of production, its

advantages, limitations and problems, small scale industries, problems of small scale industries in India,

Comparative merits and demerits of small and large scale industries.

Partnership, joint stock company cooperative societies, limited and unlimited liabilities. Financing by Banks and

specialized institutions, stock exchange and money market, credit instruments, shares, debentures and bonds.

Depreciation, Depreciation accounting Methods of calculating depreciation. Book keeping and accounting

:Importance of accounting for engineers, engineer as a controller of finances, elements of double entry system of

book?keeping, preparation of journal and ledger accounts, Interest and profit analysis, Trial balance,

Manufacturing and profit and loss accounts, Balance sheet. Elements of cost, components of cost, cost accounting,

procedure of costing, costing methods, cost control.

Concept, Development, application and scope of Industrial Management; Productivity, Definition, measurement,

productivity index, types of production system, Industrial Ownership. Management Function

: Principles of

Management? Management Tools –time and motion study, work simplification? process charts and flow diagrams,

Production Planning, Specification of Production requirements. Inventory control : Inventory, cost, Deterministic

models, Introduction to supply chain management. Quality control

: Meaning, process control, SQC control charts,

single, double and sequential sampling, Introduction to TQM.

 

Name of Text Books :

 

1. Engineering Economics – By Tarachand.

2. Industrial Organisation and Engineering Economics, By T.R. Banga and S.C. Sharma.

 

Name of Reference Books :

 

1. Industrial engineering and Management system, Dalela, Dr. Mansoor Ali.

2. Engineering Economics, Accounts and Management By S. Prasad.

3. Industrial Engineering & Management By O.P. Khanna.

 

Department of Metallurgical Engineering, NIT Raipur

 

Revised Syllabus and scheme for NIT NEW Scheme, 2011

 

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NATIONAL INSITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR

 

(Institute of National Importance

 

)

G.E.Road, Raipur – 492010 (C.G.)

Phone : (0771) 2254200

Fax : (0771) 2254600

Website : www.nitrr.ac.in

Name of the Subject Metal Forming Processes Subject Code MT20612(MT)

Semester VI Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

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

4 1 ? 5 (Th)

 

METAL FORMING PROCESS

 

Fundamentals of Metal Working: Classification of forming processes; Temperature in Metal– working, Hot

working, Cold working and Warm working of metals, Heating of metals and alloys for hot working, Friction in

Metal working, Lubrication, concept of yield criteria. ; Rolling of Metals: Classification of Rolled products,

Types of rolling mills, Terminology used in rolling; Forces and Geometrical relationships in rolling, Rolling

variables, Theories of rolling, Rolling Torque and HP calculations. Roll?pass Design: Fundamentals of Rollpass?

design; Mill type, Layout and rolling practice adopted for some common products such as Slabs, Blooms,

Billets, Plates, Sheets etc. Rolling defects and their control, ; Forging of Metals: Forging principles, types of

forging and equipments needed; calculation of forging load under sticking and Slipping friction conditions.

Forging defects and their control. Manufacture of rail wheels and tyres. ; Extrusion: Types, Principles and

Equipments. Variables in extrusion, deformations in extrusion, calculation of extrusion pressure under plane

strain conditions; extrusion defects; production of tubes and seamless pipes. ; Wire Drawing: Drawing of Rods,

Wires and Tubes, calculation of drawing load; drawing defects. ; Sheet Metal Forming: Forming methods such

as bending, stretch forming, shearing and blanking, deep drawing, and redrawing. Defects in formed

products. Special forming methods such as explosive forming (elementary ideas excluding mathematical

treatment).

 

Essential Reading:

 

1. G.E. Dieter, Mechanical Metallurgy?Mc Graw Hill?1988

2. Roll pass Design; The United Steel Companies Ltd., U.K.?1960

 

Supplementary Reading:

 

1. C. Russak, G.W. Rowe; Principles of Industrial Metal Working processes, 1977.

2. A Ghosh, A.K. Mallick; Manufacturing sciences. East

?west press private ltd; latest reprint?1991.

 

Department of Metallurgical Engineering, NIT Raipur

 

Revised Syllabus and scheme for NIT NEW Scheme, 2011

 

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NATIONAL INSITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR

 

(Institute of National Importance

 

)

G.E.Road, Raipur – 492010 (C.G.)

Phone : (0771) 2254200

Fax : (0771) 2254600

Website : www.nitrr.ac.in

Name of the Subject Secondary & Special Steel

Making

Subject Code MT20613(MT)

Semester VI Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

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

3 1 ? 4 (Th)

 

SECONDARY & SPECIAL STEEL MAKING

 

The concept of cleanliness of steels, non?metallic inclusions, dissolved gases. Tramp & residual elements in steels

and their effect on steel properties;

Objectives and techniques adopted in Secondary Steelmaking , Development of secondary steelmaking and

their importance under Indian conditions; Sources of inclusions; sulphur phosphorus and gases in steel;

Role of slag and powders in inclusion control; thermodynamic nad kinetic onsideration of Desulphurization;

Dephosphorisation, decarburization and degassing of steel melts; Modifications of inclusion morphologies,

Secondary steelmaking technologies; Inert gas purging; Vacuum degassing –RH/DH, OD, VAD etc., Ladle

furnace; Powder injection system –powder dispenser, lance, etc.; Physicochemical and fluid dynamic aspects

of powder injection and stirring processes; Role of slag and powders in inclusion control; Desulphurization;

Cored wire feeding;

Production of ultra low C, S, P and inclusion free steels; Powder injection system; Addition of CaSi for shape

inclusion. Production of stainless steels through VOD, AOD & CLU processes. Production of ultraclean steel

through post solidification treatments (VAR, ESR processes);

Refractories used in secondary steelmaking furnaces, their properties and selection criteria. A critical appraisal

of hybrid blowing process, UHP electric arc and induction furnaces with respect to raw materials, energy

consumption, productivity and product quality; Special grade steels. ;

Recent advance in secondary steel making

 

Essential Reading:

 

1. Ghosh Ahindra; Principles of Secondary Processing & Casting of Liquid Steels; Oxford & IBH.

2. Ghosh Ahindra; Secondary Steel Making, Principles & Applications; CRC Press.

3. R. J. Fruehan (ed.): The Making, Shaping and Treating of Steel (Steelmaking Volume), The AISE Steel

Foundation, 2004.

 

Department of Metallurgical Engineering, NIT Raipur

 

Revised Syllabus and scheme for NIT NEW Scheme, 2011

 

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NATIONAL INSITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR

 

(Institute of National Importance

 

)

G.E.Road, Raipur – 492010 (C.G.)

Phone : (0771) 2254200

Fax : (0771) 2254600

Website : www.nitrr.ac.in

Name of the Subject Materials Modeling and

Simulation

Subject Code MT20614(MT)

Semester VI Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

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

3 1 ? 4 (Th)

 

MATERAISL MODELLINGA ND SIMULATION

 

Objectives of materials modelling and optimisation, concepts of simulation and modelling, importance of spatial

and temporal length scales in materials modelling, algebraic, differential and integral equations in materials

modelling, development and construction of a physical model for a material, chaos computing, fractal theory,

wavelet transformation, cellular automaton, percolation models, empirical modelling and statistical methods, one

dimensional optimisation, gradient based optimisation, linear programming, constrained optimisation.

 

Department of Metallurgical Engineering, NIT Raipur

 

Revised Syllabus and scheme for NIT NEW Scheme, 2011

 

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NATIONAL INSITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR

 

(Institute of National Importance

 

)

G.E.Road, Raipur – 492010 (C.G.)

Phone : (0771) 2254200

Fax : (0771) 2254600

Website : www.nitrr.ac.in

Name of the Subject Material Characterization

Technique

Subject Code MT20615(MT)

Semester VI Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

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

3 1 ? 4 (Th)

 

MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION TECHNIQUES

 

Introduction to materials characterization its importance, structure sensitive/insensitive properties, structureproperty

correlation, crystallography basics, resolution, depth of field/focus, aberrations (spherical, chromatic and

astigmatism), remedial measures for aberrations, levels of characterization (macro, meso and micro).

Optical microscopy (OM) – reflected/transmitted light microscope, theoretical and practical resolution of optical

microscope, numerical aperture, principle of image formation, microscope construction and working,

effective/empty magnification, different light sources, flat field correction, types of illumination ? bright field, dark

field, polarized light and phase contrast, applications of each type of illumination.

Sample preparation for optical microscopy, features of an image, introduction to scanning electron microscope

(SEM), advantages/disadvantages as compared to OM, mechanics of SEM, types of electron gun and comparison

between them (resolution, brightness, efficiency, cost and stability), ray diagram of SEM, working and

construction, magnification.Electron?specimen interaction, imaging modes (secondary and backscattered), effect

of spot size, apertures, accelerating voltage on SEM image, Everhart?Thornley detector, Robinson detector, solid

state segmented detector, atomic number and topological contrast, critical probe current. Chemical analysis using

SEM, EDS/WDS working principle, construction, spot analysis, line scan and area scan, resolution of EDS/WDS

detector, advantages/disadvantages, calibration of EDS/WDS, qualitative and quantitative analysis.

X?ray diffraction –Generation of X?rays, characteristic X?ray spectrum, Bragg’s Law, Diffraction methods ? Laue

method, rotating crystal method, powder method, Principle, equipment and applications, structural factor,

applications of X?ray diffraction in materials characterization –determination of crystal structure, lattice

parameter, introduction of GIXRD.

Thermal analysis techniques –Importance, principles and applications of differential thermal analysis ( TGA,DTA,

DSC), differential scanning calorimetry and thermogravimetric analysis, accuracy, sensitivity, calibration and

differences.

Brief idea of TEM: principle of operation , application; Advanced microscopic techniques: AFM, STM, EELS,

:only Principle and applications of underlying techniques like Infrared spectroscopy (IR), Raman spectroscopy,

Mossbauer spectroscopy, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), Emission spectroscopy

(Chromatography techniques). Advanced Characterization Techniques: STEM, AFM, Nanoindentation Testing,

EELS? Principle and applications. ; Characterization for materials selection and design case studies.

 

Essential Readings:

 

Department of Metallurgical Engineering, NIT Raipur

 

Revised Syllabus and scheme for NIT NEW Scheme, 2011

 

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NATIONAL INSITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR

 

(Institute of National Importance

 

)

G.E.Road, Raipur – 492010 (C.G.)

Phone : (0771) 2254200

Fax : (0771) 2254600

Website : www.nitrr.ac.in

1. R.E. Whan, Material Characterization, Metals Handbook, Vol 10, ASM, 1986.

2. E.N Kaufmann, Characterization of Materials, Willey Publishers, 2003.

 

Supplementary Readings:

 

1. P. J. Grundy and G. A. Jones, E. Arnold, The structure and properties of solids, 1975.

2. B. D. Cullity, Elements of X?ray diffraction, Addison?Wesley publishing company, 2002.

3. B. M. Rao, Chemical characterization of materials, Himalaya publishing house, 2000.

4. J. I. Goldsetin, C E. Lyman, Scanning electron microscopy and X?ray microanalysis,

5. D. E. Newbury, E. Lifshin, P. Echlin, L. Sawyer, D. C. Joy, J. R. Michael, Springer, 2003.

 

Department of Metallurgical Engineering, NIT Raipur

 

Revised Syllabus and scheme for NIT NEW Scheme, 2011

 

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NATIONAL INSITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR

 

(Institute of National Importance

 

)

G.E.Road, Raipur – 492010 (C.G.)

Phone : (0771) 2254200

Fax : (0771) 2254600

Website : www.nitrr.ac.in

Name of the Subject Biomaterials Subject Code MT 20631(MT)

Semester VI Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

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

3 1 ? 4 (Th)

 

BIO MATERIALS

 

STRUCTURE OF BIO?MATERIALS AND BIO?COMPATIBILITY :Definition and classification of bio?materials,

Biomaterials and their physiological interactions; Material response/degradation: mechanical breakdown,

corrosion, dissolution, leaching, chemical degradation, wear; Host responses, foreign body reactions, inflammation,

wound healing, carcinogenicity, immunogenicity, cytotoxicity, infection, local/systemic effects

IMPLANT MATERIALS: Metallic implant materials, stainless steels,co?based alloys, Ti?based alloys, ceramic

implant materials, aluminium oxides, hydroxyapatite glass ceramics carbons, medical applications.

POLYMERIC IMPLANT MATERIALS :Polymerisation, polyolefin, polyamicles, Acryrilic, polymers, rubbers, high

strength thermoplastics, medical applications.

TISSUE REPLACEMENT IMPLANTS :Soft?tissue replacements, sujtures, surgical tapes, adhesive, percutaneous and

skin implants, maxillofacial augmentation, blood interfacing implants, hard tissue replacement implants, internal

fracture fixation devices, joint replacements.

ARTIFICIAL ORGANS: Artificial Heart, Prosthetic Cardiac Valves, Limb prosthesis, Externally Powered limb

Prosthesis, Dental Implants.

Standardization problems on biomaterials and related products. Assessment of reliability and safety of biomedical

materials and man?machine systems. Product liability of biomaterials and related products. Bioengineering and

materials technology as applied to decontamination against environmental problems

 

Text Books and References:

 

1. Bioengineering Materials by R.S.Sharma

 

2.

 

Engineering Materials by R.L.Timings

 

Department of Metallurgical Engineering, NIT Raipur

 

Revised Syllabus and scheme for NIT NEW Scheme, 2011

 

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NATIONAL INSITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAIPUR

 

(Institute of National Importance

 

)

G.E.Road, Raipur – 492010 (C.G.)

Phone : (0771) 2254200

Fax : (0771) 2254600

Website : www.nitrr.ac.in

Name of the Subject Non Destructive Evolution

of Materials

Subject Code MT 20632(MT)

Semester VI Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

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

3 1 ? 4 (Th)

 

NONDESTRUCTIVE

 

EVALUATION OF MATERIALS

 

BASIC CONCEPTS AND SURFACE INSPECTION: Concepts of Non?Destructive testing?relative mertis and

limitations. Types of defects, Visual inspection, Liquid penetrant inspection ? principles, practice, applications,

advantages and limitations. Principles, applications and instrumentation of thermal inspection, Infrared

Thermography. Industrial Computed Tomography (ICT)

RADIOGRAPHY: X?rays and Gamma rays. Properties of X?rays relevant to NDE. Absorption of rays, scattering, types

and use of filters, screens, geometric factors, inverse square, law, film type and processing, characteristics of films ?

density, speed, contrast, Characteristic curves, Penetrameters, Exposure charts, radiographic equivalence, Gamma

ray sources, characteristics of Gamma rays, Fluoroscopy, Xero –radiography, Radiography of pipes, welds and

castings. Safety with X?rays and Gamma rays

ULTRASONICS :Types of ultrasonic waves, principles of wave propagation, characteristics of ultrasonic waves,

attenuation, Production of ultrasonic waves, Ultrasonic probes, couplants. Inspection methods?Pulse echo,

Transmission and Resonance techniques. Types of scanning. Immersion testing, thickness measurement. Test

block. IIW Standard and reference blocks, calibration in UT. Ultrasonic testing of welds and castings

MAGNETIC PARTICLE AND EDDY CURRENT INSPECTION :Principles, applications, Magnetization methods,

magnetic particles. Dry technique and wet technique, demagnetization. Eddy current testing –principles,

impedance diagrams, test coils and probes, inspection methods and applications.

OTHER TECHNIQUES: Holography and Acoustic emission technique. Pressure and leak testing. Condition

monitoring of machines, Wear monitoring, Spark testing. Brief over view of Non?Destructive testing standards ?

ASTM, ISO, ASNT, API, ASME boiler and pressure vessel code

TEXT BOOKS:

1. Barry Hull and Vernon John, “on?Destructive Testing” ELBS/Macmillan,UK, 1988.

2. Baldev Raj, Jayakumar T. Thavasimuthu M, “ractical Non?Destructive testing” Narosa Publishing House,

NewDelhi, 1997.

3. McGonnagle.W.T, “on?Destructive testing” McGraw?Hill Book Co, USA, 1988.

REFERENCES

1. ASM Metals Hand Book, “on?Destructive Evaluation and Quality Control” American Society of Metals, Metals

Park ,Ohio, USA, 1989.

2. Louis Cartz, “on?Destructive testing” ASM International, Metals Park Ohio, USA, 1995.

NIT Raipur VI Sem Metallurgy Syllabus

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