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Engineering MathematicsIII

3ME01.1 
Solve any given first order ordinary differential equation. 
3ME01.2 
To solve Laplace transforms using properties of Laplace transform. 

3ME01.3 
Formulate and solve partial differential equation, use of separation of variables. 

3ME01.4 
To know about complex function, analytic function, harmonic function. 

3ME01.5 
Solution of algebraic and transcendental equation by NewtonRaphsons method 

3ME01.6 
To know the basics of vector calculus comprising of gradient, divergence & curl and 

Mechanics of Material 
3ME02.1 
Observe the different types of material behavior such have elastic, plastic, ductile and brittle to predict the strength of materials. 
3ME02.2 
Apply shear force and bending moment diagrams to analyze the resistance offered by the beam and able to solve practical problems in real world scenario. 

3ME02.3 
Acquire the knowledge of the fundamental concepts of stress and strain and the relationship between both through the strainstress equations in order to solve problems for simple tridimensional elastic solids. 

3ME02.4 
Calculate and represent the stress diagrams in bars and simple structures Solve problems relating to pure and nonuniform bending of beams and other simple structures. 

3ME02.5 
Solve problems relating to torsional deformation of bars and other simple tridimensional structures.


3ME02.6 
Apply the concept of buckling and be able to solve the problems related to isolated bars.


Fluid PowerI 
3ME03.1 
Knowledge regarding various theories dealing with the flow phenomenon of fluid in an open channel. 
3ME03.2 
Demonstrate and understand the concepts such as buoyancy, Kinematics and dynamics of fluid flow. 

3ME03.3 
Understand the concepts of fluid statics and dynamics as applied to commercial and industrial control. 

3ME03.4 
Understand and troubleshoot basic fluid power, electrohydraulic, and electropneumatic circuits using schematic diagrams. Apply the concept dimensional analysis. 

3ME03.5 
Ability to use dimensional analysis in solving fluid problems and plan hydraulic similitude studies. 

3ME03.6 
Understand and demonstrate the Motion of viscous fluids & Reynolds number and its significance. 

Engineering Thermodynamics 
3ME04.1 
Apply various laws of thermodynamics to various processes and real systems. 
3ME04.2 
Apply the concept of Entropy, Calculate heat, work and other important thermodynamic properties for various ideal gas processes. 

3ME04.3 
Estimate performance of various Thermodynamic gas power cycles and gas refrigeration cycle and availability in each case 

3ME04.4 
Estimate the condition of steam and performance of vapour power cycle and vapour compression cycle. 

3ME04.5 
An understanding of the interrelationship between thermodynamic functions and anability to use such relationships to solve practical problems 

3ME04.6 
An ability to analyze the work and heat interactions associated with a prescribed process path, and to perform a first law analysis of a flow system. 

Manufacturing ProcessI 
3ME05.1 
Acquire fundamental knowledge and understanding of Production and Industrial Engineering. 
3ME05.2 
Ability to design products, equipment, tooling and environment for manufacturing systems.


3ME05.3 
To learn various aspects of different manufacturing techniques such as various casting methods and welding methods 

3ME05.4 
To have a broad knowledge to design a casting process for a product and design of welded joints 

3ME05.5 
To understand basic manufacturing processes like casting and welding. 

Basic Electrical Drives & Control 
4ME01.1 
Demonstrate the concepts of Electrical Drives. 
4ME01.2 
How to do braking with various methods 

4ME01.3 
Differentiation of AC and DC Motors 

4ME01.4 
Compare different types of speed control methods. 

4ME01.5 
Use of magnet and transducers. 

4ME01.6 
To impart knowledge of drives in industrial application. 

Engineering Metallurgy 
4ME02.1 
Understand the basic concepts and properties of Material. 
4ME02.2 
Acquire the knowledge of phase diagrams which are useful for design and control of heat treating processes 

4ME02.3 
Select proper metal, alloys, nonmetal and powder metallurgical component for specific requirement 

4ME02.4 
Detect the defects in crystal and its effect on crystal properties. 

4ME02.5 
Evaluate the different properties of material by studying different test. 

4ME02.6 
Recognize how metals can be strengthened by coldworking and hot working. 

Energy Conversion I 
4ME03.1 
Students will gain the knowledge of various components of thermal power plant like boilers, nozzles, turbines, condensers and will be able to assess the performance of these components. 
4ME03.2 
Reinforce fundamental concepts from Thermodynamics. 

4ME03.3 
Illustrate the various methods of solar energy storage and principle of photo voltaic energy conversion. 

4ME03.4 
Describes the Principle of solar radiation, instruments for measuring solar radiation and solar energy collectors. 

4ME03.5 
Students will be able to understand about condensers, performance of turbine and its load calculation 

Manufacturing ProcessII 
4ME04.1 
To defined problems and write clearly and effectively, for the practical utilization of their work. Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to understand and compare the functions and applications of different metal cutting tools. 
4ME04.2 
Acquire the knowledge of working of machine tools such as lathe, shaper, planner, slotter, milling, hobbling, and grinding. 

4ME04.3 
Demonstrate the working of common machine tools like lather, shaper, miller, grinder and CNC lathe and machining center. 

4ME04.4 
Acquire abilities and capabilities in the areas of advanced manufacturing methods, quality assurance and shop floor management. 

4ME04.5 
Upon completion of this course, the students can able to apply the different metal removing, finishing and super finishing and for component production. 

4ME04.6 
Design and validate technological solutions. 

Machine Design & Drawing I 
4ME05.1 
Convert pictorial view in to sectional orthographic projections. 
4ME05.2 
To draw and develop surfaces of cubes, prisms, cylinders, pyramids cones & their cut sections. 

4ME05.3 
Design & drawing of riveted joints, Welded joints & Knuckle Joints. 

4ME05.4 
Design of Helical springs, spiral & leaf springs & Power screw. 

Production Technology

5ME01.1 
Demonstrate different measurement techniques 
5ME01.2 
Reproduce the fundamental knowledge on metrology techniques. 

5ME01.3 
Apply statistical process control and acceptance sampling procedures in a manufacturing 

5ME01.4 
Environment to improve quality of processes / products 

5ME01.5 
Identify suitable metrological methods for measuring the components 

5ME01.6 
Explain the acceptance test for machine 

5ME01.7 
Outline the working of various optical measuring instruments 

Heat Transfer 
5ME02.1 
Ability to determine the temperature and heat flux distribution using energy conservation and/or Fourier heat law 
5ME02.2 
Students will be able to estimate mass transfer coefficients and use them to determine mass transfer rates for both external and internal flows and across phase boundaries. 

5ME02.3 
To distinguish Thermal Energy (Heat Transfer Energy) from other form of energy. 

5ME02.4 
Students will understand radioactive heat transfer including blackbody radiation and Kirchhoff’s law, and be able to solve radioactive problems involving view factors and radioactive exchange between surfaces. 

5ME02.5 
Students will be able to solve simple transient heat and mass transfer problems with methods such as lumped capacitance, Heisler charts, 1st term approximation, exact numerical solutions, etc. 

5ME02.6 
Students will understand convective heat transfer and use of heat transfer coefficients for laminar and turbulent flows, internal and external flows, fully developed flow, flow with entry effects, and forced and free convection 

5ME02.7 
Students will be able to do preliminary size calculations on shellandtube heat exchangers using the logmeantemperaturedifference (LMTD) method. 

Measurement Systems 
5ME03.1 
Students will demonstrate knowledge of the underlying principles of measurement, as they relate to mechanical measurement, electronic instrumentation, and thermal effects. 
5ME03.2 
Design and implement systems utilizing analog / digital control devices.


5ME03.3 
Apply the concepts of automatic control, including measurement, feedback and feed forward regulation for the operation of continuous and discrete systems.


5ME03.4 
Apply the concepts of physics & electric/ electronics to measurement & control systems.


5ME03.5 
Describe the operation of transducers for strain, acceleration, pressure, temperature, and fluid flow measurement.


5ME03.6 
Understand applications of various transducers in industry. 

Theory of Machine I 
5ME04.1 
Identify mechanisms in real life applications. Perform kinematic analysis of simple mechanisms. 
5ME04.2 
Analyze velocity and acceleration of mechanisms by vector and graphical methods. 

5ME04.3 
Interpret synthesis of mechanism. 

5ME04.4 
Design of brakes, clutches & Dynamometer. 

5ME04.5 
Design of Cams. 

5ME04.6 
Design of Gear & Gear trains. 

Manufacturing Technics 
5FEME06.1 
The students have learned the basics of metal machining 
5FEME06.2 
The students have also studied the introductory concepts of various advanced machining processes 

5FEME06.3 
In foundry technology the student will have a broad knowledge of sand casting: Pattern making, Core making & Molding. 

5FEME06.4 
Extend the concept of welding to other allied processes such as brazing and soldering. 

5FEME06.5 
Classify the various nontraditional machining processes. 

5FEME06.6 
The students have learned the basics of metal forming Process 

5FEME06.7 
The students have learned the basics of metal Extrusion Process


Fluid Power II

6ME01.1 
Understanding of basics of the hydromachinery and the components, function and use of different types of turbines and pumps. 
6ME01.2 
Understand hazards of hydraulic machines and be able to work safely. 

6ME01.3 
Understand the concepts of fluid statics and dynamics as applied to commercial and industrial control. 

6ME01.4 
To understand the performance of turbines and pumps. 

6ME01.5 
To make the student is expected to have thorough knowledge on the selection of turbines and pumps for practical purposes. 

6ME01.6 
Explaining the basics of the hydro machinery and the components, functions and use of difficult types of tur bines and pumps 

6ME01.7 
Design of draft tubes and functions of draft tube. 

Computer Software Application II 
6ME02.1 
Basic concepts and appreciate the applications of database systems. 
6ME02.2 
Understanding SQL and construct queries using SQL. 

6ME02.3 
Demonstrate commercial relational database system (Oracle) by writing SQL using the system. 

6ME02.4 
Use relational database theory, and be able to write relational algebra expressions for queries. 

6ME02.5 
Analyze Mater sound design principles for logical design of databases, including the ER method and normalization approach 

6ME02.6 
organizations, indexing methods including Btree, and hashing. 

6ME02.7 
Master the basics of query evaluation techniques and and query optimization 

Control System Engineering 
6ME03.1 
Determine transfer function models of electrical, mechanical and electromechanical systems 
6ME03.2 
Determine specified transfer functions from block diagrams and signal flow graph. 

6ME03.3 
Determine transient response and steady state response parameters. 

6ME03.4 
Analyze stability/relative stability of the LTI system. 

6ME03.5 
Determine the state model and the response of the system using state variable method. 

6ME03.6 
Analyze the response of the discrete time system.


Theory of machineII 
6ME04.1 
State the single degree of freedom system 
6ME04.2 
Analyze & able to solve the problem on gyroscope 

6ME04.3 
Examine the concept of forced vibration 

6ME04.4 
Extend the concept to two degree of freedom systems. 

6ME04.5 
Manipulate the vibration of continuous systems 

6ME04.6 
Solve problems using wave and euler equations 

Automobile Engineering 
6FEME05.1 
Demonstrate the vehicle construction, chassis, lubrication system and cooling system in automobile, 3way catalytic converter 
6FEME05.2 
Describe the principle and working of Carburetors, CRDI, MPFI, electronic fuel injection System and Ignition system. 

6FEME05.3 
Differentiate between clutch, gear box, rear axle drives, fluid flywheel, and torque converter. 

6FEME05.4 
Identify the wheels, tires, steering gear box, suspension systemtelescopic, and leaf spring. 

6FEME05.5 
Appraise the recent trends in alternate fuels and automobile safety system 

6FEME05.1 
Demonstrate the vehicle construction, chassis, lubrication system and cooling system in automobile, 3way catalytic converter 

Communication Skills 
6ME06.1 
Students will be able to apply knowledge of human communication and language processes as they occur across various contexts, e.g., interpersonal, intrapersonal, small group, organizational, media, gender, family, intercultural communication, technologically mediated communication, etc. from multiple perspectives. 
6ME06.2 
Students will be able to communicate effectively oral, written, and visual communication 

6ME06.3 
Students will develop knowledge, skills, and judgment around human communication that facilitate their ability to work collaboratively with others. 

6ME06.4 
Students should understand interview techniques.


Machine Design and DrawingII 
7ME01.1 
The students will demonstrate the ability to apply the fundamentals of stress analysis, theories of failure and material science in the design of machine components. The students will demonstrate the ability to make proper assumptions, perform correct analysis while drawing upon various mechanical engineering subject areas. 
7ME01.2 
Demonstrate knowledge on basic machine elements used in machine design; design machine elements to withstand the loads and deformations for a given application, while considering additional specifications. 

7ME01.3 
Be able to approach a design problem successfully, taking decisions when there is not a unique answer. 

7ME01.4 
To develop an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. 

7ME01.5 
Students will demonstrate the ability to take technical, safety, legislative and other issues such as environmental into account when selecting and/or designing mechanical systems, in particular with respect to those components and systems defined in the topical areas and performance criteria. 

7ME01.6 
Be familiar with at least one software program for the evaluation of structures.


ENERGY CONVERSIONII 
7ME02.1 
Developed knowledge about the basic concept of Reciprocating Air Compressors. Compare different Types of Compressor & their analysis.

7ME02.2 
Developed knowledge about the basic concept of Rotary Air Compressors. Compare its different Types of Compressor & their analysis.


7ME02.3 
Developed knowledge aboutthe refrigeration and Air Conditioning System & student will Able to design air conditioning and refrigeration system. 

7ME02.4 
Demonstrate the knowledge of types of gas turbine, their thermodynamic analysis and performance evaluation. 

7ME02.5 
Developed knowledge about the basic concept of Nuclear Power 

7ME02.6 
Developed knowledge about the basic concept of renewable energy 

Industrial Management & Costing 
7ME03.1 
Understand functions of management, organization structure & relationship. 
7ME03.2 
Explore the core concept in marketing, market research, buying, motives, types of market, new product development, Product life cycle, Sales Organization, advertising, methods of selling, consumer behavior. 

7ME03.3 
Understand Functions of personnel management, Human resource planning, Recruitment, training and development. 

7ME03.4 
Calculate Estimation of machining time, estimation of fabrication cost, forging cost, foundry cost. 

7ME03.5 
Calculate costing of job. 

7ME03.6 
Identify sources of fixed & working capital.


Automation Engineering 
7ME04.1 
Identify various types of Automation. 
7ME04.2 
Prepare Manual part programming for drilling, Milling and turning operations. 

7ME04.3 
Select necessary actuators, sensors, control for satisfactory performance of the robot. 

7ME04.4 
Understand the core concepts of Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP) Systems, Group Technology. 

7ME04.5 
Understand FMS cells, Components of FMS, Relation of Group Technology, with FMS, Planning, Simulation and analysis of FMS, Applications of FMS. 

7ME04.6 
Compare advantages of automated inspection techniques over traditional methods. 

NonConventional Energy Systems

7ME05.1 
Students will appreciate the importance of renewable energy systems & will be able to build them.

7ME05.2 
Students should develop knowledge about various collectors, testing of collectors and radiation transmission. 

7ME05.3 
Students will able to develop knowledge about the concept of solar energy and their applications in different fields.


7ME05.4 
Students should illustrate the ways to harness energy from nonconventional energy sources like wind and ocean.


7ME05.5 
Students should able to get knowledge about importance of nonconventional energy resources for the present energy scenario.


7ME05.6 
Students should develop knowledge about working criteria of various direct energy conversion systems and study its applications.


Automobile Engineering 
8ME01.1 
Demonstrate the vehicle construction, chassis, lubrication system and cooling system in 
8ME01.2 
automobile, 3way catalytic converter 

8ME01.3E01.1f Machine 
Describe the principle and working of Carburetors, CRDI, MPFI, electronic fuel injection 

8ME01.4 
System and Ignition system. 

8ME01.5 
Differentiate between clutch, gear box, rear axle drives, fluid flywheel, and torque converter. 

8ME01.6 
Identify the wheels, tires, steering gear box, suspension systemtelescopic, and leaf spring. 

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 
8ME02.1 
Illustrate the fundamental principles and applications of refrigeration and air conditioning system 
8ME02.2 
Present the properties, applications and environmental issues of different refrigerants 

8ME02.3 
Obtain cooling capacity and coefficient of performance by conducting test on vapor compression refrigeration systems 

8ME02.4 
Calculate cooling load for air conditioning systems used for various applications 

8ME02.5 
Operate and analyze the refrigeration and air conditioning systems. 

Internal Combustion Engine

8ME03.1 
Students shall gain the ability to understand Otto and Diesel Engine Technology courses using basic engineering knowledge. 
8ME03.2 
Student shall gain information about the fundamentals of thermodynamics in Internal combustion engines. 

8ME03.3 
Students will demonstrate knowledge of the characteristics of common liquid and gaseous fuels. 

8ME03.4 
Students will demonstrate the ability to perform a combustion analysis of these fuels in the basic cycles. 

8ME03.5 
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the generation of undesirable exhaust emissions and methods used to reduce them. 

8ME03.6 
Student shall gain an ability and information to follow recent developments about the internal combustion engine technology.


Operations Research Techniques 
8ME04.1 
Illustrate the need to optimally utilize the resources in various types of industries 
8ME04.2 
Apply and analyze mathematical optimization functions to various applications 

8ME04.3 
Formulate and solve problems such as networks and graphs. 

8ME04.4 
Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system.


8ME04.5 
Demonstrate cost effective strategies in various applications in industries 

8ME04.6 
Solve multilevel decision problems using dynamic programming method.
