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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

GHOUSIA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING RAMANAGARAM


LESSON PLANNING FOR THE YEAR 2018-19/ ODD SEMESTER.

Subject/Code. Elements of Mechanical Engineering/18EM15.


Semester/Section. First Semester/ ‘A’ Sec
Branch. Civil Engineering
Staff Incharge. Mr. SYED SALEEM PASHA

ACTUAL
SL.NO DATE TOPICS TO BE COVERED DATE OF
COVERAGE
MODULE-I 8 Hours.
Sources of Energy : Introduction and application of energy sources
01 14/08/18
like fossil fuels,
02 14/08/18 Hydel, Solar, Wind energy
Nuclear fuels and bio-fuels; environmental issues like global
03 15/08/18
warming and ozone depletion.
Basic concepts of Thermodynamics: Introduction, states, concept
04 15/08/18 of work, heat, temperature; Zeroth, 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws of
thermodynamics.
05 16/08/18 Concept of internal energy, enthalpy and entropy
06 21/08/18 Simple Numericals
07 21/08/18 Steam: Formation of steam and thermodynamic properties of steam
08 23/08/18 Simple Numericals
MODULE-II 8 Hours.
09 28/08/18 Boilers: Introduction to boilers, classification, Lancashire boiler,
Babcock and Wilcox boiler. Introduction to boiler mountings and
10 28/08/18
accessories (no sketches).
Turbines: Hydraulic Turbines – Classification and specification,
11 29/08/18
Principles and operation of Pelton wheel turbine,
12 30/08/18 Francis turbine,
13 04/09/18 Kaplan turbine (elementary treatment only).
Hydraulic Pumps: Introduction, classification and specification of
14 05/09/18
pumps, reciprocating pump
15 06/09/18 Centrifugal pump,
16 11/09/18 Concept of cavitation and priming.
MODULE – III 8 Hours.
Internal Combustion Engines Classification, I.C. Engines parts, 2
17 12/09/18
and 4 stroke petrol
18 13/09/18 4-stroke diesel engines. P-V diagrams of Otto and Diesel cycles.
Simple problems on indicated power, brake power, indicated thermal
19 18/09/18 efficiency, brake thermal efficiency, mechanical efficiency and
specific fuel consumption.
20 18/09/18 Simple problems
Refrigeration and Air conditioning Refrigeration - Definitions -
21 19/09/18 Refrigerating effect, Ton of Refrigeration, Ice making capacity,
COP, relative COP, Unit of Refrigeration.
Refrigerants, Properties of refrigerants, List of commonly used
22 19/09/18
refrigerants.
Principle and working of vapor compression refrigeration and vapor
23 25/09/18
absorption refrigeration.
Domestic refrigerator. Principles and applications of air conditioners,
24 26/09/18
window and split air conditioners
MODULE– IV 8 Hours.
Properties, Composition and Industrial Applications of
25 03/10/18 engineering materials Metals – Ferrous: cast iron, tool steels and
stainless steels and nonferrous:
Aluminum, brass, bronze. Polymers - Thermoplastics and
26 04/10/18 thermosetting polymers. Ceramics - Glass, optical fiber glass,
cermets.
Composites - Fiber reinforced composites, Metal Matrix Composites
27 09/10/18 Smart materials – Piezoelectric materials, shape memory alloys,
semiconductors and insulators.
Joining Processes: Soldering, Brazing and Welding Definitions.
28 11/10/18 Classification and methods of soldering, brazing and welding. Brief
description of arc welding,
29 16/10/18 Oxy-acetylene welding, TIG welding, and MIG welding.
Belt drives Open & crossed belt drives, Definitions -slip, creep,
velocity ratio, derivations for length of belt in open and crossed belt
30 17/10/18
drive, ratio of tension in flat belt drives, advantages and
disadvantages of V belts and timing belts,
31 23/10/18 Simple numerical problems.
Gear drives Types–spur, helical, bevel, worm and rack and pinion.
32 25/10/18 Velocity ratio, advantages and disadvantages over belt drives, simple
numerical problems on velocity ratio.
MODULE – V 8 Hours.
33 30/10/18 Lathe - Principle of working of a center lathe. Parts of a lathe.
Operations on lathe - Turning, Facing, Knurling, Thread Cutting,
34 31/10/18 Drilling, Taper turning by Tailstock offset method and Compound
slide swiveling method, Specification of Lathe.
Milling Machine - Principle of milling, types of milling machines.
35 07/11/18
Working of horizontal and vertical milling machines.
Milling processes - plane milling, end milling, slot milling, angular
milling, form milling, straddle milling, and gang milling. (Layout
36 13/11/18 sketches of the above machines need not be dealt. Sketches need to
be used only for explaining the operations performed on the
machines)
Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing Systems
37 14/11/18 Computer Numerical Control (CNC): Introduction, components of
CNC, open loop and closed loop systems, advantages of CNC,
38 15/11/18 CNC Machining centers and Turning centers.
Robots: Robot anatomy, joints and links, common robot
39 20/11/18
configurations.
Applications of Robots in material handling, processing and
40 21/11/18
assembly and inspection.
REVISION
41 22/11/18 Sources of Energy, Basic concepts of Thermodynamics, Steam
42 27/11/18 Boilers, Turbines, Hydraulic Pumps
Internal Combustion Engines, Refrigeration and Air
43 27/11/18
conditioning.
Properties, Composition and Industrial Applications of
44 28/11/18 engineering materials Joining Processes: Soldering, Brazing and
Welding, Belt drives Gear drives
Lathe, Milling Machine, Introduction to Advanced
45 29/11/18 manufacturing Systems, Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
Robots

Staff Incharge H.o.D


(SYED SALEEM PASHA)
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
GHOUSIA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING RAMANAGARAM
LESSON PLANNING FOR THE YEAR 2018-19/ ODD SEMESTER.

Subject/Code. Fluid Power System /15EM73.


Semester/Section. Seven Semester/ ‘A’ Sec
Branch. Mechanical Engineering
Staff Incharge. Mr. SYED SALEEM PASHA

ACTUAL
SL.NO DATE TOPICS TO BE COVERED DATE OF
COVERAGE
MODULE-I 10 Hours.
Introduction to fluid power systems, Fluid power system: components,
01 06/08/18
advantages and applications.
02 07/08/18 Transmission of power at static and dynamic states.
03 08/08/18 Pascal’s law and its applications.
04 08/08/18 Fluids for hydraulic system: types, properties, and selection. Additives,
05 13/08/18 Effect of temperature and pressure on hydraulic fluid.
06 14/08/18 Seals, sealing materials, compatibility of seal with fluids.
07 20/08/18 Types of pipes, hoses, and quick acting couplings.
08 21/08/18 Pressure drop in hoses/pipes.
09 27/08/18 Fluid conditioning through filters, strainers
10 28/08/18 sources of contamination and contamination control; heat exchangers
MODULE-II 10 Hours.
11 29/08/18 Pumps and actuators Pumps: Classification of pumps,
Pumping theory of positive displacement pumps, construction and working
12 29/08/18
of Gear pumps, Vane pumps, Piston pumps,
Fixed and variable displacement pumps, Pump performance characteristics,
13 03/09/18
pump selection factors, problems on pumps.
Accumulators: Types, selection/ design procedure, applications of
14 04/09/18 accumulators. Types of Intensifiers, Pressure switches /sensor,
Temperature switches/sensor, Level sensor.
Actuators: Classification cylinder and hydraulic motors, Hydraulic
15 05/09/18 cylinders, single and double acting cylinder, mounting arrangements,
16 05/09/18 Cushioning, special types of cylinders, problems on cylinders.
17 10/09/18 Construction and working of rotary actuators such as gear, vane.
18 11/09/18 Piston motors, and Hydraulic Motor.
19 12/09/18 Theoretical torque, power, flow rate, and hydraulic motor performance
Numerical problems. Symbolic representation of hydraulic actuators
20 12/09/18 (cylinders and motors).
MODULE – III 10 Hours.
Components and hydraulic circuit design Components: Classification of
21 17/09/18
control valves, Directional Control Valves-symbolic representation,
constructional features of poppet, sliding spool, rotary
22 18/09/18 type valves solenoid and pilot operated DCV, shuttle valve, and check
valves.
Pressure control valves - types, direct operated types and pilot operated
23 19/09/18 types.
Flow Control Valves -compensated and non-compensated FCV, needle
24 19/09/18 valve, temperature compensated, pressure compensated,
25 01/10/18 Pressure and temperature compensated FCV, symbolic representation.
03/10/18 Hydraulic Circuit Design: Control of single and Double -acting hydraulic
26
cylinder, regenerative circuit,
03/10/18 pump unloading circuit, double pump hydraulic system, counter balance
27
valve application,
09/10/18 Hydraulic cylinder sequencing circuits, cylinder synchronizing circuit
28
using different methods,
10/10/18 Hydraulic circuit for force multiplication; speed control of hydraulic
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cylinder- metering in, metering out and bleed off circuits.
10/10/18 Pilot pressure operated circuits. Hydraulic circuit
30
examples with accumulator.
MODULE– IV 10 Hours.
31 15/10/18 Pneumatic power systems Introduction to Pneumatic systems
32 16/10/18 Pneumatic power system, advantages, limitations, applications
17/10/18 Choice of working medium. Characteristics of compressed air and air
33
compressors.
17/10/18 Structure of pneumatic control System, fluid conditioners-dryers and FRL
34
unit.
29/10/18 Pneumatic Actuators: Linear cylinder –types of cylinders, working, end
35
position cushioning, seals, mounting arrangements, and applications.
36 30/10/18 Rotary cylinders- types, construction and application, symbols.
37 31/10/18 Pneumatic Control Valves: DCV such as poppet, spool,
38 31/10/18 Suspended seat type slide valve, pressure control valves,
39 05/11/18 Flow control valves, types and construction, use of memory valve,
07/11/18 Quick exhaust valve, time delay valve, shuttle valve, twin pressure valve,
40
symbols
MODULE – V 10 Hours.
41 07/11/18 Pneumatic control circuits Simple Pneumatic Control:
12/11/18 Direct and indirect actuation pneumatic cylinders, speed control of
42 cylinders -
43 13/11/18 Supply air throttling and exhaust air throttling.
14/11/18 Signal Processing Elements: Use of Logic gates - OR and AND gates in
44 pneumatic applications.
14/11/18 Practical examples involving the use of logic gates.
45 Multi- Cylinder Application:
26/11/18 Coordinated and sequential motion control, motion and control diagrams.
46 Signal elimination methods,
27/11/18 Cascading method principle, Practical application examples (up to two
47 cylinders) using cascading method (using reversing valves).
27/11/18 Electro- Pneumatic Control: Principles - signal input and output, pilot
48 assisted solenoid control of directional control valves
49 28/11/18 Use of relay and contactors.
50 28/11/18 Control circuitry for simple signal cylinder application
REVISION
41 29/11/18 Introduction to fluid power systems
42 29/11/18 Pumps and actuators Pumps
43 30/11/18 Components and hydraulic circuit design Components
44 01/12/18 Pneumatic power systems Introduction
45 03/12/18 Pneumatic control circuits

Staff Incharge H.o.D


(SYED SALEEM PASHA)
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE/SUBJECT
PROGRAMME EDUCATION OBJECTIVES

SUBJECT: Elements of Mechanical Engineering Code: 15EME14/24

 This Subject consisting of five modules deals specifically and clearly the
fundamentals & their applications of mechanical field.

 The most important aspect of this subject is drawing neat sketches and their
design problems.

 The objectives on this subject are as follows, Students belonging to all


branches of Engineering are made to learn certain fundamental topics related
to mechanical engineering so that they will have a minimum understanding
of mechanical systems, equipment and process.
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Programme Outcomes (POs)

Subject: Elements of Mechanical Engineering Code: 15EME14/24

Students shall demonstrate knowledge associated with,

1. Various Energy sources, Boilers, Prime movers such as turbines and IC


engines, refrigeration and air-conditioning systems
2. Metal removal process using Lathe, drilling, Milling Robotics and
Automation.
3. Fair understanding of application and usage of various engineering materials.
1st Year Common Subject Teaching Methodology
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Subject: Elements of Mechanical Engineering Code: 15EME24

Date: 13.02.17
Staff members subject handling for different sections

A-Section –Mr. Abdul Sattar (A.S)


B-Section – New Lecture (N.L)
C-Section – Mr. Mohammed Imran / Mr. Syed Saleem Pasha (S.S.P)
D-Section – Mr. G.S Prabhunandan (G.S.P) / New Lecture (N.L)

Coordinator: MOHAMMED IMRAN

Question paper setting Coordinator: Mr. Syed Saleem Pasha (S.S.P) &
Mr. G.S Prabhunandan (G.S.P)

Note: Question paper and notes should be common to all the sections
Coordinator H.o.D

1st Year Common Subject Teaching Methodology


Department of Mechanical Engineering
Subject: Elements of Mechanical Engineering Code: 15EME14

Date: 24.08.17
Staff members subject handling for different sections

D-Section – Mr. Mohammed Imran (M.I)


E-Section – Suresh Babu (S.B) / Mohammed Naveed B.H (M.N)
F-Section – Mr. Abdul Sattar (A.S)

Portion to be
Sl.
covered Module Staff Members
No.
before
1. Energy Resources M.I/S.B/A.S
1. 1st test
2. Turbines and IC Engine M.I/M.N/A.S
3. Machine tools and automation M.I/S.B/A.S
2. 2nd test 4. Engineering materials and joining
M.I/M.N/A.S
process
3. 3rd test 5. Refrigeration and air Conditioning M.I/S.B/A.S

4. 4th test All modules revision M.I/S.B/M.N/A.S

Coordinator: MOHAMMED IMRAN

Question paper setting Coordinator: Mr. Mohammed Imran (M.I) &


Mr. Abdul Sattar (A.S)

Note: Question paper and notes should be common to all the sections

As per the VTU norms 17OB8.1 & 17OB8.2 Internal Evaluation Marks

CIE Marks in each theory Course shall be the sum of marks prescribed for test and
assignment. Marks prescribed for test shall be 15 and that for assignment is 05. The CIE marks
for test in a theory Course shall be based on three tests generally conducted at the end of fifth,
tenth and fifteenth week of each semester. Each test shall be conducted for a maximum of 25
marks and the final test marks shall be the average of three tests, proportionately reduced to
a maximum of 15 marks. The remaining 05 marks shall be awarded based on the evaluation
of Assignments/Unit tests/written Quizzes that support to cover some of the Course/program
outcomes. Final marks awarded shall be the sum of these two out of maximum of 20 marks.

Coordinator H.o.D
Accumulators: Types, selection, applications of accumulators.
Types of Intensifiers, Pressure switches /sensor, Temperature switches/sensor, Level sensor.
With a neat sketch explain Construction and working of
 Gear pumps
 Vane pumps
 Piston pumps

Actuators: Classification cylinder and hydraulic motors, Hydraulic cylinders, single and double acting cylinder,
mounting arrangements,
Cushioning, special types of cylinders, problems on cylinders.
Construction and working of rotary actuators such as gear, vane.

Classification of control valves, Directional Control Valves-symbolic representation,


With a neat sketch explain Construction and working of
Poppet valve,
sliding spool valve,
rotary type valves
Pressure control valves - types, direct operated types and pilot operated types.
Flow Control Valves -compensated and non-compensated FCV, needle valve, temperature compensated, pressure
compensated,
Pressure and temperature compensated FCV, symbolic representation.
Hydraulic Circuit Design:
 Control of single and Double -acting hydraulic cylinder,
 regenerative circuit,
 pump unloading circuit,
 double pump hydraulic system,

Hydraulic cylinder sequencing circuits, cylinder synchronizing circuit using different methods,
Hydraulic circuit for force multiplication;
 Speed control of hydraulic cylinder- metering in, metering out and bleed off circuits.

Pilot pressure operated circuits.


Hydraulic circuit examples with accumulator.