Mechanical engineering I SCHEME 2018 Syllabus (Third semester) 2018-2019

I SCHEME 2018 Syllabus (Third semester)

Syllabus for Mechanical engineering (Third semester) is given below,

Programme name:- Mechanical engineering  group
Programme  code :- AE/ME/PG/PT/FG
Semester :- Third (3rd semester)
Course tittle:-SOM

Strength of Material is a core technology subject which aims at enabling the student to understand and analyze various types of loads, stresses and strains along with main causes of change in physical properties and failure of machine parts. All Mechanical Engineering components are subjected to different loadings and behave in a specific way. The subject is pre-requisite for understanding principles of machine design and strengths of various materials used in industries. Understanding mechanical properties of materials will help in selecting the suitable materials for various engineering applications.

The aim of this course is to help the student to attain the competency through various teaching learning experiences:
Estimate stresses in structural members and mechanical properties of materials.

The theory, practical experiences and relevant soft skills associated with this course are to be taught and implemented, so that the student demonstrates the following industry oriented COs associated with the above mentioned competency:
a. Compute Moment of Inertia of symmetric and asymmetric structural sections.
b. Estimate simple stresses in machine components.
C. Perform test to evaluate mechanical properties according to India Standards.
d. Compute shear force and bending moment and corresponding shear and bending stresses in beams subjected to point and uniformly distributed load.
e. Estimate stresses in shafts under twisting moments.
f. Estimate stresses in short member subjected to eccentric loading.

Name of the topic & Marks

  1. Moment of inertia - 06 Marks
  2. Simple stress and strain- 10 Marks 
  3. Mechanical  properties & Elastic properties - 08 Marks
   4.a. Shear moment and bending moment
     b.Shear stress & bending stress - 28 Marks
   5.torrosion - 08 Marks.  and bending stress- 10 Marks

Total marks = 70 Marks

Students  activities:-

Outer than classroom and laboratory  learning following  are suggested.  Students  related co-curricular activities which can be undertaken to accelerate  the  attainment of various outcomes in this course.
Students Should  conduct  the following activities  in group and prepare report of 5 pages for each activity.

  1. Undertake micro project
  2. prepare journal based on the pracical performed in laboratory. 
  3. Poster presentation on any topic. 
  4. Market survey specific to properties of various type of material used in mechanical engineering 

Subject:- Basic electric and electronics

Program Name : Mechanical Engineering 8; Automobile Engineering Program

Program Code :AE / ME

Semester : 'l'hird Course Title : Basic Electrical & Electronics engineering Course Code : 22310


Diploma engineers (also called technologists) passouts have to deal with electrical and electronics engineering principles and applications in industrial processes of dii‘l‘crcnl fields. It is therefore necessary for them to apply the principles of electrical and electronics engineering. 1 his course will make lhcm conversant with electrical / electronic engineering aspects of manufaclurin". production. fabrication, automobile and mechanical engineering based processes in industries.

2. COMPETENCY This course is to be taught and implemented with the aim to develop in the student, the course outcomes (C05) leading to the attainment of following industry identiticd competency expected from this course: 0 Use electrical and electronic equipment safely in mechanical engineering applications.


l‘he lhcmy. practical expcricnccs and relevant soft skills associated with this course are to be taught and implemented, so that the student demonstrates the following imluslry oriented C05 associated with the above mentioned competency:

Use principles ofelectric and magnetic circuits to solve engineering problems. Determine voltage and current in A.C. circutts.

Connect transformers and electric motors for specific requirements.
Identify electronic components in electric circuits.
Use relevant electronic componcnts safely.
Usc relevant clcclric/electronic protective devices safely.

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