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Mechanical 5th Semester Book List
|Sr. No.||Book list 2022|
|1||INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT|
|2||THEORY OF MECHANICS|
Polytechnic Mechanical 5th Semester Syllabus
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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
SECTION – A
1. Introduction (04 Periods)
- 1.1 Concept /Meaning and its need
- 1.2 Qualities and functions of entrepreneur and barriers in entrepreneurship
- 1.3 Sole proprietorship and partnership forms and other forms of business organisations
- 1.4 Schemes of assistance by entrepreneurial support agencies at National, State, District –level, organisation: NSIC, NRDC, DC, MSME, SIDBI, NABARD, NIESBUD, HARDICON Ltd., Commercial Banks, SFC’s TCO, KVIB, DIC,Technology Business Incubators (TBI) and Science and Technology Entrepreneur Parks
2. Market Survey and Opportunity Identification/Ideation (04 Periods)
- 2.1 Scanning of the business environment
- 2.2 Salient features of National and Haryana State industrial policies and resultant business opportunities
- 2.3 Types and conduct of market survey
- 2.4 Assessment of demand and supply in potential areas of growth
- 2.5 Identifying business opportunity
- 2.6 Considerations in product selection
- 2.7 Converting an idea into a business opportunity
3. Project report Preparation (06 Periods)
- 3.1 Preliminary project report
- 3.2 Detailed project report including technical, economic and market feasibility
- 3.3 Common errors in project report preparations
- 3.4 Exercises on preparation of project report
- 3.5 Sample project report
4. Introduction to Management (06 Periods)
- 4.1 Definitions and importance of management
- 4.2 Functions of management: Importance and process of planning, organising,
- staffing, directing and controlling
- 4.3 Principles of management (Henri Fayol, F.W. Taylor)
- 4.4 Concept and structure of an organisation
- 4.5 Types of industrial organisations and their advantages
- 4.6 Line organisation, staff organisation
- 4.7 Line and staff organisation
- 4.8 Functional Organisation
5. Leadership and Motivation (08 Periods)
- 5.1 Leadership: Definition and Need, Qualities and functions of a leader, Manager Vs
- leader, Types of leadership, Case studies of great leaders
- 5.2 Motivation: Definition and characteristics, Importance of self motivation, Factors
- affecting motivation, Theories of motivation (Maslow, Herzberg, Douglas, McGregor)
6. Management Scope in Different Areas (14 Periods)
- 6.1 Human Resource Management: Introduction and objective, Introduction to Man power planning, recruitment and selection, Introduction to performance appraisal methods
- 6.2 Material and Store Management: Introduction functions, and objectives, ABC Analysis and EOQ
- 6.3 Marketing and sales: Introduction, importance, and its functions, Physical distribution, Introduction to promotion mix, Sales promotion
- 6.4 Financial Management: Introductions, importance and its functions, knowledge of income tax, sales tax, excise duty, custom duty, VAT, GST
7. Work Culture (08 Periods)
- 7.1 Introduction and importance of Healthy Work Culture in organization
- 7.2 Components of Culture
- 7.3 Importance of attitude, values and behavior
- 7.4 Behavioural Science – Individual and group behavior.
- 7.5 Professional ethics – Concept and need of Professional Ethics and human values.
8. Basic of Accounting and Finance (10 Periods)
- 8.1 Basic of Accounting: Meaning and definition of accounting, Double entry system of book keeping,
- Trading account, PLA account and balance sheet of a company
- 8.2 Objectives of Financial Management: Profit Maximization v/s Wealth Maximization
9. Miscellaneous Topics (10 Periods)
- 9.1 Total Quality Management (TQM): Statistical process control, Total employees
- Involvement, Just in time (JIT)
- 9.2 Intellectual Property Right (IPR) : Introduction, definition and its importance,
- Infringement related to patents, copy right, trade mark
THEORY OF MACHINES
1. Simple Mechanisms (06 Periods)
- 1.1 Introduction to link, kinematic pair, lower and higher pair, Kinematic chain, mechanism, Inversions.
- 1.2 Different types of mechanisms (with examples)
2. Kinematic Analysis and synthesis (12 Periods)
- 2.1 Displacement, velocity and acceleration of plane mechanism
- 2.2 Graphical and analytical techniques.
- 3. Dynamics of Machine (12 Periods)
- 3.1 Static and dynamic force analysis graphical and analytical approaches
- 3.2 Gyrosopic action in machines.
4. Power Transmission (12 Periods)
- 4.1 Introduction to Belt and Rope drives
- 4.2 Types of belt drives and types of pulleys
- 4.3 Concept of velocity ratio, slip and creep; crowning of pulleys (simple numericals)
- 4.4 Flat and V belt drive: Ratio of driving tensions, power transmitted, centrifugal tension, and condition for maximum horse power (simple numericals)
- 4.5 Different types of chains and their terminology
- 4.6 Gear terminology, types of gears and their applications; simple and compound geartrains; power transmitted by simple spur gear
5. Flywheel (06 Periods)
- 5.1 Principle and applications of flywheel
- 5.2 Turning – moment diagram of flywheel for different engines
- 5.3 Fluctuation of speed and fluctuation of energy – Concept only
- 5.4 Coefficient of fluctuation of speed and coefficient of fluctuation of energy
6. Cam and follower (08 Periods)
Introduction, types of Cam and follower, construction of Cam profile for constant velocity motion, constant acceleration motion and simple harmonic motion
7. Balancing (06 Periods)
- 7.1 Concept of balancing
- 7.2 Introduction to balancing of rotating masses (simple numericals)
8. Vibrations (08 Periods)
- 8.1 Types-longitudinal, transverse and torsional vibrations (simple numericals)
- 8.2 Dampening of vibrations
- 8.3 Causes of vibrations in machines, their harmful effects and remedies
1. Introduction (08 Periods)
- 1.1 Design – Definition, Type of design, necessity of design
- 1.1.1 Comparison of designed and undesigned work
- 1.1.2 Design procedure
- 1.1.3 Characteristics of a good designer
- 1.2 Design terminology: , factor of safety, factors affecting factor of safety, stress concentration, methods to reduce stress concentration, fatigue, endurance limit.
- 1.2.1 General design consideration
- 1.2.2 Codes and Standards (BIS standards)
- 1.2.3 Selection of materials, criteria of material selection
- 1.3 Ergonomics and Aesthetic Consideration in design
- 1.3.1 Ergonomics of design-man-machine relationship. Design of equipment for control, environment and safety.
- 1.3.2 Aesthetic consideration regarding shape, size, color and surface finish.
2. Design Failure (08 Periods)
- 2.1 Theories of failure.
- 2.2 Classification of loads
- 2.3 Design under tensile, compressive and torsional loads.
3. Design of Shaft (12 Periods)
- 3.1 Type of shaft, shaft materials, Type of loading on shaft, standard sizes of shaft available
- 3.2 Shaft subjected to torsion only, determination of shaft diameter (hollow and solid shaft) on the basis of :
- – Strength criterion
- – Rigidity criterion
- 3.3 Determination of shaft diameter (hollow and solid shaft) subjected to bending
- 3.4 Determination of shaft diameter (hollow and solid shaft) subjected to combined torsion and bending .
4. Design of Key (08 Periods)
- 4.1 Types of key, materials of key, functions of key
- 4.2 Failure of key (by Shearing and Crushing).
- 4.3 Design of key (Determination of key dimension)
- 4.4 Effect of keyway on shaft strength. (Figures and problems).
5. Design of Joints (02 Periods)
Types of joints – Temporary and permanent joints, utility of various joints
5.1 Temporary Joint:
- 5.1.1 Knuckle Joints – Different parts of the joint, material used for the joint,
- type of knuckle Joint, design of the knuckle joint. (Figures and problems).
- 5.1.2 Cotter Joint – Different parts of the spigot and socket joints, Design of
- spigot and socket joint.
5.2 Permanent Joint:
- 5.2.1 Welded Joint – Welding symbols. Type of welded joint, strength of parallel and transverse fillet welds.
- 5.2.2 Strength of combined parallel and transverse weld.
- 5.2.3 Riveted Joints. : Rivet materials, Rivet heads, leak proofing of riveted joint– caulking and fullering.
- 5.2.4 Different modes of rivet joint failure.
- 5.2.5Design of riveted joint – Lap and butt, single and multi riveted joint.
6. Design of Flange Coupling (10 Periods)
Necessity of a coupling, advantages of a coupling, types of couplings, design of muff coupling, design of flange coupling. (Both protected type and unprotected type).
7. Design of Screwed Joints (12 Periods)
- 7.1 Introduction, Advantages and Disadvantages of screw joints, location of screw joints.
- 7.2 Important terms used in screw threads, designation of screw threads
- 7.3 Initial stresses due to screw up forces, stresses due to combined forces
- 7.4 Design of power screws (Press, screw jack, screw clamp)
- a) Use of design data book during the examination is allowed.
- b) The paper setter should normally provide all the relevant data for the machine Design in the question paper
1. Cutting Tools and Cutting Materials (06 Periods)
- 1.1. Cutting Tools – Various types of single point cutting tools and their uses, Single point cutting tool geometry, tool signature and its effect, Heat produced during cutting and its effect, Cutting speed, feed and depth of cut and their effect
- 1.2 Cutting Tool Materials – Properties of cutting tool material, Study of various cutting tool materials viz. High-speed steel, tungsten carbide, cobalt steel cemented carbides, stellite, ceramics and diamond.
2. Lathe (12 Periods)
- 2.1 Principle of turning
- 2.2 Description and function of various parts of a lathe
- 2.3 Classification and specification of various types of lathe
- 2.4 Drives and transmission
- 2.5 Work holding devices
- 2.6 Lathe tools: Parameters/Nomenclature and applications
- 2.7 Lathe operations :- Plain and step turning, facing, parting off, taper turning, eccentric turning, drilling, reaming, boring, threading and knurling, form turning, spinning.
- 2.8 Cutting parameters – Speed, feed and depth of cut for various materials and for various operations, machining time.
- 2.9 Speed ratio, preferred numbers of speed selection.
- 2.10 Lathe accessories:-Centers, dogs, different types of chucks, collets, face plate, angle plate, mandrel, steady rest, follower rest, taper turning attachment, tool post grinder, milling attachment, Quick change device for tools.
- 2.11 Brief description of capstan and turret lathe, comparison of capstan/Turret lathe, work holding and tool guiding devices in capstan and turret lathe.
3. Milling (10 Periods)
- 3.1 Specification and working principle of milling machine
- 3.2 Classification, brief description and applications of milling machines
- 3.3 Details of column and knee type milling machine
- 3.4 Milling machine accessories and attachment – Arbors, adaptors, collets, vices, circular table, indexing head and tail stock, vertical milling attachment shover chuck and rotary table.
- 3.5 Milling methods – up milling and down milling
- 3.6 Identification of different milling cutters and work mandrels
- 3.7 Work holding devices
- 3.8 Milling operations – face milling, angular milling, form milling, straddle milling and gang milling.
- 3.9 Cutting speed and feed, simple numerical problems.
4. Drilling (06 Periods)
- 4.1 Principle of drilling.
- 4.2 Classification of drilling machines and their description.
- 4.3 Various operation performed on drilling machine – drilling, spot facing, reaming, boring, counter boring, counter sinking, hole milling, tapping.
- 4.4 Speeds and feeds during drilling, impact of these parameters on drilling, machining time.
- 4.5 Types of drills and their features, nomenclature of a drill
- 4.6 Drill holding devices.
- 4.7 Types of reamers.
5. Boring (06 Periods)
- 5.1 Principle of boring
- 5.2 Classification of boring machines and their brief description.
- 5.3 Specification of boring machines.
- 5.4 Boring tools, boring bars and boring heads.
- 5.5 Description of jig boring machine.
6. Shaping and Planing (08 Periods)
- 6.1 Working principle of shaper and planer
- 6.2 Type of shapers
- 6.3 Type of planers
- 6.4 Quick return mechanism applied to shaper and planer machine.
- 6.5 Work holding devices used on shaper and planer
- 6.6 Types of tools used and their geometry.
- 6.7 Specification of shaper and planer .
- 6.8 Speeds and feeds in above processes.
7. Broaching (04 Periods)
- 7.1 Introduction
- 7.2 Types of broaching machines – Single ram and duplex ram horizontal type,vertical type pull up, pull down, push down.
- 7.3 Elements of broach tool, broach tooth details – nomenclature, types, and tool material.
8. Jigs and Fixtures (10 Periods)
- 8.1 Importance and use of jigs and fixture
- 8.2 Principle of location
- 8.3 Locating devices
- 8.4 Clamping devices
- 8.5 Types of Jigs – Drilling jigs, bushes, template jig, plate jig, channel jig, leaf jig.
- 8.6 Fixture for milling, turning, welding, grinding
- 8.7 Advantages of jigs and fixtures
9. Cutting Fluids and Lubricants (06 Periods)
- 9.1 Function of cutting fluid
- 9.2 Types of cutting fluids
- 9.3 Difference between cutting fluid and lubricant
- 9.4 Selection of cutting fluids for different materials and operations
- 9.5 Common methods of lubrication of machine tools.
10. Grinding (08 Periods)
- 10.1 Purpose of grinding
- 10.2 Various elements of grinding wheel – Abrasive, Grade, structure, Bond
- 10.3 Common wheel shapes and types of wheel – built up wheels, mounted wheels and diamond wheels. Specification of grinding wheels as per BIS.
- 10.4 Truing, dressing, balancing and mounting of wheel.
- 10.5 Grinding methods – Surface grinding, cylindrical grinding and centreless grinding.
- 10.6 Grinding machine – Cylindrical grinder, surface grinder, internal grinder, centreless grinder, tool and cutter grinder.
- 10.7 Selection of grinding wheel
11. Modern Machining Processes (08 Periods)
- 11.1 Mechanical Process – Ultrasonic machining (USM): Introduction, principle, process, advantages and limitations, applications
- 11.2 Electro Chemical Processes – Electro chemical machining (ECM) – Fundamental principle, process, applications
- 11.3 Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) – Introduction, basic EDM circuit, Principle, metal removing rate, dielectric fluid, applications
- 11.4 Laser beam machining (LBM) – Introduction, machining process and applications
- 11.5 Plasma arc machining (PAM) and welding – Introduction, principle process and applications
- Job 1. Grinding of single point turning tool.
- Job 2. Exercise of simple turning and step turning.
- Job 3. A composite job involving, turning, taper turning, external thread cutting and knurling.
ADVANCE FITTING SHOP
- Job 1. Exercise on drilling, reaming, counter boring, counter sinking and taping
- Job 2. Dove tail fitting in mild steel
- Job 3. Radius fitting in mild steel
- Job 4. Pipe threading with die
- Job 1. Prepare a V-Block up to ± 0.5 mm accuracy on shaper machine
- Job 2. Exercise on key way cutting and spline cutting on shaper machine.
- Job 3. Produce a rectangular block by facing on a slotting machine
- Job 4.. Produce a rectangular slot on one face with a slotting cutter
- Job 5. Produce a rectangular block using a milling machine with a side and face cutter
- Job 6. Prepare a slot on one face using milling machine
FORGING SHOP/FITTING SHOP/SHEET METAL SHOP
- Job 1. Preparation of single ended spanner by hand, machine forging
- Job 2. Preparation of simple die
- Job 3. Demonstration of spinning process on lathe and spinning a bowl on a lathe machine
- Job 4. Demonstration of grinding process on lathe machine and grinding a job on a lathe machine
- Job 5. Preparation of utility item out of G.I. sheet
- Job 6. Preparation of drilling jig
ADVANCE TURNING SHOP
- 1. Exercise of boring with the help of boring bar
- 2. Exercises on internal turning on lathe machine
- 3. Exercises on internal threading on lathe machine
- 4. Exercises on external turning on lathe machine
- 5. Resharpening of single point cutting tool with given geometry
- 1. Job on grinding machine using a surface grinder
- 2. Prepare a job on cylindrical grinding machine.
- 3. Exercise on milling machine with the help of a form cutter
- 4. Exercise on milling machine to produce a spur gear
- 5. Grinding a drill-bit on tool and cutter grinder
- 6. Exercise on dressing a grinding wheel
1. Production Planning and Control (PPC) (12 Periods)
- 1.1 Introduction.
- 1.2. Objectives and factors affecting PPC
- 1.3. Functions(Elements) of PPC – Planning, Routing, Loading, scheduling,dispatching, progressing and inspection
- 1.4. Types of production system – Flow or continuous production, Intermittent Production
- 1.5. Production Control – Objectives and fields of production control, Production control system
- 1.6 Break even analysis and Gantt chart.
2. Inspection and Quality Control (14 Periods)
- 2.1. Inspection – Introduction, Need and Importance
- 2.1.1. Types of Inspection
- 2.1.2. Role of operator and inspector in inspection
- 2.2 Quality Control
- 2.2.1 Introduction, Need and Importance
- 2.2.2 Factors affecting product quality
- 2.3 Quality Assurance
- 2.4 Statistical Quality Control (SQC)
- 2.4.1 Acceptance Sampling, Sampling Plan- Single and double sampling plan
- 2.4.2 Operating Characteristics Curve
- 2.4.3 Control Charts – Introduction, advantages, Types of control charts(X, R, p and c charts)
- 2.4.4 Concept of ISO 9000, ISO 14000 and TQM.
- 2.4.5 QC tools
- 2.4.6 6σ Approach
3. Cost Estimation (14 Periods)
- 3.1 Definition and functions of cost estimation
- 3.2 Estimation procedure
- 3.3 Elements of cost, ladder of costs (simple numericals)
- 3.4 Overhead expenses and its distribution
- 3.5 Depreciation- Concept and Definition, Methods of calculating depreciation- Straight line method, Diminishing Balance Method, Sinking fund method (Numerical problems).
- 3.6 Cost control- definition and objectives, Capital cost control (planning and scheduling), operating cost control.
- 3.7 Cost estimation for machining processes like turning, drilling, and milling.Cost estimation of forming processes like forging, pattern making, and casting.
4. Repair and Maintenance (08 Periods)
- 4.1 Objectives and importance of Maintenance
- 4.2 Different types of maintenance- Corrective or Breakdown maintenance, Scheduled Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, Predictive Maintenance
- 4.3 Nature of maintenance problems
- 4.4 Range of maintenance problems
5. Labour Legislation and Pollution Control Acts (08 Periods)
- 5.1 Factory Act 1948.
- 5.2 Workmen’s compensation Act 1923.
- 5.3 Apprentices Act 1961.
- 5.4 Water Pollution Control Act 1974 and 1981.
- 5.5 Air Pollution Control Act 1981.
- 5.6 Environmental protection Act 1986.
- 5.7 PF Act, Employee’s State Insurance (ESI) Act
- 5.8 Pollution control provision in Motor Vehicle Act.
LIST OF PRACTICALS
- 1. Prepare a flow diagram
- 2. Prepare a Gantt chart
- 3. Draw X, R, p and c charts
- 4. Estimate the cost of turning
- 5. Estimate the cost of drilling
- 6. Prepare maintenance schedule
1. Introduction (06 Periods)
- 1.1 Automobile and its development
- 1.2 Various types of automobiles manufactured in India, their manufacturer and location of their manufacturing unit.
- 1.3 Classification of automobiles
- 1.4 Layout of chassis
- 1.5 Types of drives-front wheel, rear wheel, four wheel.
- 1.6 Introduction to electric and hybrid vehicles.
- 1.7 Governing of fuel- carburettor, electronic control module (ECM i.e, 8 bit,16 bit and 32 bit computers)
- 1.8 Concept of double overhead cam, single overhead cam, Twin cam 16 valvetechnology in 4 cylinder engine.
2. Transmission System (12 Periods)
- 2.1 Clutch – Function, Constructional details of single plate and multi plate friction clutches, Centrifugal and semi centrifugal clutch, Cone clutch, Hydraulic clutch
- 2.2 Gear Box – Function, Working of sliding mesh, constant mesh and synchromesh gear box, Torque converter and overdrive, Introduction to Automated Manual Transmission, Automatic transmission and Continuously Variable Transmission
- 2.3 Propeller shaft and rear axle – Function, Universal joint, Differential, Different types of rear axles and rear axle drives.
- 2.4 Wheels and Tyres – Types of wheels, Types and specifications of tyres used in Indian vehicles, Toe in, toe out, camber, caster, kingpin inclination, Wheel balancing and alignment, Factors affecting tyre life.
3. Steering System (06 Periods)
Function and principle, Ackerman and Davis steering gears, Types of steering gears – worm and wheel, rack and pinion, Power steering-Hydraulic and Electrical.
4. Braking system (08 Periods)
Constructional details and working of mechanical, hydraulic, air and vacuum brake, Relative merits and demerits. Details of master cylinder, wheel cylinder, Concept of brake drum, brake lining/pad and Brake adjustment, Introduction to Anti-lock Brake System and its working.
5. Suspension System (08 Periods)
Function and types of Coil spring, leaf spring, Air suspension, Shock absorber –Function, construction and working of Telescopic type.
6. Battery (10 Periods)
Constructional details of lead acid cell battery, Specific gravity of electrolyte -effect of temperature on specific gravity, Specification of battery-capacity, rating , number of plates, selection of battery for particular use, Battery charging,chemical reactions during charge and discharge, Maintenance of batteries, Checking of batteries for voltage and specific gravity. Batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles.
7. Exhaust Emissions (06 Periods)
Types and use of catalytic converters, selective catalytic reduction methods for emission control, emission norm standards i.e. Bharat norms.