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Advanced Strength of Materials Laboratory

The student will able to Calculate bending stress and prepare shear stress distribution diagram at different cross section in a beam, calculate maximum & minimum stresses for different machine elements under combined bending & direct stress, understand & analyze the basic principles involved in the behavior of machine parts under load in the context of designing it, understand & analyze different parameters of closed coil helical spring.

 Code: New Syllabus                     Contact – 4P                            Credits – 3

  1. To determine coefficient of friction of any pair of surfaces and determination of angle of repose.
  2. To find MA, VR, Efficiency, Ideal Effort, Effort & Load lost in friction for various loads and establish law of machine and calculate maximum efficiency and Also check the reversibility of a machine (any two) 1) Differential axle and wheel, 2) Weston’s differential pulley block, 3) Geared pulley block, 4) Single purchase crab, 5) Double purchase crab, 6) Worm and worm wheel, 7) Two sheave and three sheave pulley block, 8) Screw Jack
  3. Tension Test on mild steel/ Aluminium & compression test on cast iron on Universal Testing Machine.
  4. Direct Shear Test of mild steel on Universal Testing Machine.
  5. Brinell Hardness Test on Mild Steel / Aluminium.
  6. Rockwell hardness Test on Hardened Steel
  7. Izod & Charpy - Impact tests of a standard specimen.
  8. Torsion Test on Mild steel bar.

Manufacturing Process - I Laboratory

The student will able to Know and identify basic manufacturing processes for manufacturing different components, Operate & control different machines and equipment, inspect the job for specified dimensions, produce jobs as per specified dimensions.

 Code: New Syllabus                     Contact – 4P                          Credits – 5

  1. Study of lathe (identify different parts, drives: (cone pulley drive& all gear drive), feed mechanism: (feed reversing mechanism and feed gear box, apron mechanism), work holding devices, tool holding devices, types of tool used in lathe work, study tool angles for a general purpose cutting tool used in lathe, setting of work and tools, operate lathe without work).
  2. Practice on making a job involving Lathe operations like Facing, plain turning, Step Turning, grooving, knurling & chamferring; study & use of measuring instrument (batch of 10 students per job).
  3. Study of drilling Machine (identify different parts, drive & feed mechanism, types of drill, drill holding device, work holding device, setting work and drill, operate drill machine).
  4. Practice on making a job involving drilling operation of different diameter hole at different location, reaming operation at a particular hole, counter sinking operation at one hole. (batch of 05 students per job).
  5. Study of different types of welding machines & equipments (Gas Welding set, Electric Arc Welding machine, Electric Resistance Welding machine), hand tools used, safety items used, connection details.& Study of different types of welding joints (Lap, Butt, Tee, Corner joint and edge joint) and different positions of welding (flat horizontal, vertical welding and over head welding); Bead practice, edge preparation, Tag welding.
  6. Practice on making the welding joint: a) lap joint (material 25 mm *6 mm MS flat – 100 mm length), b) butt joint material 25 mm *6 mm MS flat – 50 mm length) c) T – Joint (material 25 mm *6 mm MS flat – 50 mm length) d) Corner joint (material 25 mm *6 mm MS flat– 50 mm length). (batch of 05 students per job).
  7. Study of different types of cold & hot working process (Cold Working: shearing, bending, Hot working: Drawing Down, Upsetting, Punching, and Flattening), Study of tools & machines used in Smithy/Forging Shop. And Practice on different operations in smithy. (Any one from shearing, bending, drawing down, upsetting, punching, flattening).
  8. Study & identify different types of hand tool, measuring instrument and machines used in fitting shop, basic fitting practice like filing, drilling, tapping and making an ‘L’ shaped job (material: 25 * 6 mm MS flat– 50 mm length).

Thermal Engineering Laboratory - I

The Students should be able to know various sources of energy & their applications, apply fundamental concepts of thermodynamics to thermodynamic systems, understand various laws of thermodynamics, understand the basics of Heat transfer and its application.

Code: New Syllabus                          Contact – 4P                               Credits – 4

  1. Study of Solar Water Heating System.
  2. Study of schematic layout  of Wind Power Generation Plant / Biogas Plant / Hydroelectric Power Plant
  3. Study & measurement of calorific value of solid fuel using Bomb Calorimeter.
  4. Study of Pressure Gauge and its use.
  5. Calculation of Characteristic Gas Constant of air based on some practical data.
  6. Study and Measurement of Dryness Fraction of Steam by Dryness Fraction Measuring Instrument.
  7. Determination of thermal conductivity of a solid metallic rod.
  8. Verification of Stefan-Boltzmann’s law.
  9. Study and compare various Heat Exchangers such as Radiators, Condensers, Evaporators (Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger) & Plate Type Heat Exchangers.

Professional Practice - I Laboratory

The student will able to acquire information from different sources, prepare notes for given topic, present given topic in a seminar, interact with peers to share thoughts, Interact with peers to share thoughts.

Code: New Syllabus                   Contact – 4P                         Credits – 1

PART A :​    Individual Assignments
PART  B :​    Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering Drawing using AutoCAD
 

Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Laboratory

The student will able to Know different machine elements and mechanisms, Understand Kinematics and Dynamics of different machines and mechanisms, Select Suitable Drives and Mechanisms for a particular application, Appreciate concept of balancing and Vibration.

Code: New Syllabus                Contact – 4P                  Credits – 4

  1. Calibration of Bourden pressure gauge with the help of Dead Weight Pressure gauge.
  2. Verification of Bernoulli’s Theorem.
  3.  Determination of Coefficient of Discharge of Venturimeter.
  4. Determination of Coefficient of Discharge, coefficient of contraction and coefficient of velocity of orifice meter.
  5. Measurement of velocity of flow through pipe with the help of Pitot tube.
  6. Determination of coefficient of friction of flow through pipes.
  7. Trial on centrifugal pump to determine overall efficiency.
  8. ​​Trial on reciprocating pump to determine overall efficiency.



Advanced Manufacturing Process Laboratory

To know about the advancements in the area of manufacturing and production processes. To impart knowledge & skills necessary for working in modern manufacturing environment. To get familiarized with working principles and operations performed on non traditional machines, machining center, SPM, automated machines and maintenance of machine tools.

Code: New Syllabus                       
Contact –  4P                   Credits – 4

  1. Study of Non traditional machining process like EDM, Wire EDM , ECM ,USM & also one assignment on the processes.
  2. Study of CNC lathe & CNC Milling machine & identify different parts, drives , automatic tool changer and also tool magazine
  3. Practice on making Eccentric turning in a round job using centre lathe.
  4. One assignment on part programming of straight turning , taper turning , radius forming operation in aturning centre.
  5. Practice on making  simple job like straight turning , taper turning ,radius forming by  CNC lathe machine
  6. One assignment on part programming on machining centre
  7. Practice on making  simple job by  CNC machining centre
  8. Practice on making face milling, slotting, contour machining on a machining centre

One assignment on machine tool installation process.

Measurement & Control Laboratory

The student will able to Understand the principle of operation of an instrument, Identify different functional elements of measuring system, appreciate the concept of calibration of an instrument, Select Suitable measuring device for a particular application, Measure different mechanical measuring quantity

Code: New Syllabus                    Contact –  4P                        Credits – 3

  1. Measurement of strain by using a basic strain gauge and hence determine the stress induced.
  2. Measurement of velocity of compressible fluid across a duct using Anemometer.
  3. Speed Measurement by using Stroboscope / Magnetic / Inductive Pick Up.
  4. Measurement of flow by using Rotameter..
  5. Calibration of given LVDT.
  6. Temperature control using Thermal Reed switch & Bimetal switch.
  7. Temperature measurement using Thermocouple.
  8. Determination of negative temperature coefficient and calibration of a Thermister.
  9. Measurement of force & weight by using a load cell.
  10. Liquid Level Measurement by using floats/ differential pressure cell system.
  11. Verify characteristics of photo transducer & photo diode

Power Engineering Laboratory

The Students should be able to describe  Internal  Combustion  Engine  and  should  be  able  to  calculate  various  performance characteristics of IC Engines by conducting trial, explain the working principle and application of Steam Nozzle and Diffuser, describe construction and working of various types of Steam Turbines, understand working of Gas Turbine and its application, explain the basic principle of Jet Propulsion, understand working of Hydraulic Turbines and their application in actual power generation.

Code: New Syllabus                    Contact – 4P                              Credits – 4

  1. Study of (four-stroke / two-stroke) Petrol and Diesel Engine. (If possible conduct the study by dismantling and reassembling an I.C. Engine)
  2. Study of valve timing diagram of four-stroke Petrol and Diesel Engine.
  3. Determination of I.P., B.P., Mechanical Efficiency and Thermal Efficiency of an I.C. Engine through suitable method.
  4. Conduct trial on I.C. Engine Test Rig to find out the Heat Balance in an I.C. Engine.
  5. Conduct Morse Test on Multi-cylinder Diesel / Petrol Engine.
  6. Study of Cooling System generally installed in four-stroke (single / multi-cylinder) I.C. Engine.
  7. Study of Lubrication System generally installed in two-stroke I.C. Engine.
  8. Study of Steam Turbines.
  9. Study of Gas Turbine.
  10. Study of Water Turbines.
  11. Study of schematic layout of Hydroelectric Power Plant.

Tool Engineering Laboratory (ELECTIVE – I)

The student will able to Select cutting tools and its material using data book and manufacturer’s catalogue, estimate tool wear and tool life, use press tools and dies effectively, design strip layout for given component, decide appropriate cutting fluid for machining process improvement

Code: New Syllabus                    Contact –  4P                       Credits – 4

  1. Report on Visit to press shop for study of presses.
  2. Sketches of Combination Die, Progressive Die, Compound die, Inverted Die, Drawing Die and Bending Die.
  3. Drawing of strip layout of simple component (Different component for every student), and calculation of material utilization factor.
  4. Sketches of Injection Moulding die, Pressure die-casting die, forging die.
  5. Two assignments on calculation of Cutting forces and shear angle based on Merchant’s circle.
  6. One assignment each on development of blank length for bending operation and single stroke drawing operation.
  7. One assignment on designation of carbide tools.
  8. Sketches of different types of cutting tools showing details of tool angles.
  9. One assignment on types of Punches and pilots, strippers
  10. Design of blanking die – Drawing sheets showing assembly & details

Computer Programming Laboratory

To understand how to give instructions to computers. To expose a student to the basic principles of programming through a structured programming language like ‘C’.

Code: New Syllabus                       Contact – 4P                         Credits – 2

  1. Use of Sequential structure: atleast two  problems.
  2. Use of if-else, if-else-if statements: atleast three problems.
  3. Use of for statement: atleast five  problems.
  4. Use of Do-While Statement: atleast two problem.
  5. Use of While statement: atleast three problems.
  6. Use of brake and Continue statement: atleast one problem.
  7. Use of multiple branching Switch statement: atleast one problem.
  8. Use of different format specifiers using Scanf( ) and Printf( ): atleast two problems.
  9. Use of one dimensional array e.g. String, finding standard deviation of a group data: atleast three problems.
  10. Use of two dimensional array of integers/ reals: atleast one problem.
  11. Defining a function and calling it in the main: atleast three problems.

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