• To introduce the various modes of heat transfer and to develop methodologies for

        solving a wide variety of practical heat transfer problems

  • To provide useful information concerning the performance and design of simple

        heat transfer systems

  •  To introduce mass transfer

       Course Objectives: The main objectives of this course are

To impart knowledge on force analysis of machinery, balancing of rotating and reciprocating masses, Gyroscopes, Energy fluctuation in Machines.

To introduce the fundamentals in vibration, vibration analysis of single degree of freedom systems.

To impart knowledge required to understand the physical significance and design vibration systems with desired conditions                                                                                           

Expected outcome: At the end of the course the students will be able to

Develop the design and practical problem solving skills in the area of mechanisms

Understand the basics of vibration and apply the concepts in design problems of mechanisms.

Introduction to force analysis in mechanisms - static force analysis (four bar linkages  only) -  graphical methods   

Matrix methods - method of virtual work -  analysis with sliding and pin friction

 Dynamic force analysis: Inertia force and inertia torque. D’Alemberts principle, analysis of mechanisms (four bar linkages  only), equivalent dynamical systems

Force Analysis of spur- helical - bevel and worm gearing

Flywheel analysis - balancing - static and dynamic balancing - balancing of masses rotating in several planes 

Balancing of reciprocating masses - balancing of multi-cylinder in line engines - V engines - balancing of machines

Gyroscope – gyroscopic couples

Gyroscopic action on vehicles-two wheelers, four wheelers, air planes and ships. Stability of an automobile – stability of a two wheel vehicle –Stabilization of ship.

Introduction to vibrations – free vibrations of single degree freedom systems – energy Method

Undamped and damped free vibrations – viscous damping – critical damping - logarithmic decrement - Coulomb damping – harmonically excited vibrations

Response of an undamped and damped system – beat phenomenon -  transmissibility 

Whirling of shafts – critical speed - free torsional vibrations – self excitation and stability analysis - vibration control - vibration isolation – vibration absorbers

Introduction to multi-degree freedom systems - vibration measurement - accelerometer – seismometer – vibration exciters

Course Objectives

•To impart basic knowledge on Computer Aided Design methods and procedures.
•To introduce the fundamentals of solid modelling.
•To introduce the concepts of finite element analysis procedures.
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  • To understand the working of linear and angular measuring instruments.
  • To familiarize with the working of optical measuring instruments and fundamentals of limits and limit gauges.
  • To give basic idea about various methods for measurement of screw thread and surface finish parameters.
  • To give an exposure to advanced measuring devices and machine tool metrology.
  • To provide students an overview of mechanical measurement systems and principle of instruments for motion and dimension measurement.
  • To provide basic idea about working principle and applications of devices for measurement of force and torque; strain and stress and temperature

Course Objectives

The main objectives of this course are

1. To introduce machining principles and processes in the manufacturing of precision components and products that use conventional and non-conventional technologies.

2. To give basic understanding of the machining capabilities, limitations, and productivity of advanced manufacturing processes.

3. To describe how PLC’s operate and how they control automated equipment and systems

4. To demonstrate tool path simulation

Radiant energy welding, Electron beam and Laser beam welding, Plasma arc welding, Micro plasma welding, Magnetically impelled arc butt welding, Underwater welding, Explosive welding, Adhesive bonding, Friction welding, Friction stir welding, Friction stir processing, Diffusion welding, Cold Pressure welding, Ultrasonic welding, Vacuum brazing.


Introduction to marketing, Social and Marketing planning, Consumer behavior, Marketing communication, Designing the message, New trends in marketing

i. state the role and functions of marketing within a range of organizations.
ii. describe key marketing concepts, theories and techniques for analyzing a variety of marketing situations.
iii. identify and demonstrate the dynamic nature of the environment in which marketing decisions are taken
iv. synthesize ideas into a marketing plan

Introduction to marketing - concept of market and marketing – marketing environment - controllable factors - factors directed by top management - factors directed by marketing - uncontrollable factors - demography, economic conditions, competition

Social and Marketing planning - marketing planning process - Boston consultancy group model - marketing mix - marketing mix variables. Developing, testing and launching of new products .

Market segmentation and market targeting - introduction to segmentation - targeting and product positioning. Marketing research - need and scope - marketing research process – research objectives, developing research plan, collecting information, analysis, and findings.

Consumer behaviour - factors influencing consumer behaviour -perceived risks Product life cycle - marketing strategies for different stages of product life cycle

Marketing communication - marketing mix variables - steps in developing effective communication - identification of target audience - determination of communication objectives

Designing the message - selecting the communication channels - promotion mix evaluation - advertising and sales promotion - factors in advertising - sales promotion tools. New trends in marketing- Brand management - significance of branding to consumers and firms