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SAGE University, Indore Institute Name: SIRT Department Name: Mechanical Engineering Course Code:- EBSMAT01T Name:- Mathematics -I Credit Score L T/M P N C 3 1 - - 4 Total Hours required for this course 60 Prerequisite s (if any) Physics and Mathematics of 11 th 12 th class Course Objectives The course Objectives are as follows: 1. To introduce the concept of rank of matrix, solution of simultaneous equations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors. 2. To provide conceptual learning of higher order derivatives of various standard functions and Leibnitz’s Theorem. 3. To introduce the basic concepts required to understand, construct, solve and interpret differential equations 4. To give an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics on engineering problems. 5. To learn the basics of Area and Volume by multiple Integration. Course Content UNIT-I: MATRICES: Elementary Operations on Rows and Columns , Rank, Normal form, System of Linear Equations, Consistency of linear system of equations, characteristic equation, Eigen values, Eigen Vectors, Cayley-Hamilton Theorem. UNIT-II: DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS: Successive differentiation, Leibnitz theorem, Taylor’s & Maclaurin’s Series for one variable, Radius of Curvature for Cartesian, Parametric and Polar curves, Center of curvature.

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SAGE University, Indore

Institute Name: SIRT Department Name: Mechanical Engineering

Course Code:- EBSMAT01T Name:- Mathematics -I

Credit ScoreL T/M P N C

3 1 - - 4

Total Hours required for this course

60

Prerequisites (if any) Physics and Mathematics of 11th 12th class

Course Objectives

The course Objectives are as follows:

1. To introduce the concept of rank of matrix, solution of simultaneous equations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors.

2. To provide conceptual learning of higher order derivatives of various standard functions and Leibnitz’s Theorem.

3. To introduce the basic concepts required to understand, construct, solve and interpret differential equations

4. To give an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics on engineering problems.

5. To learn the basics of Area and Volume by multiple Integration.Course Content UNIT-I: MATRICES:

Elementary Operations on Rows and Columns , Rank, Normal form, System of Linear Equations, Consistency of linear system of equations, characteristic equation, Eigen values, Eigen Vectors, Cayley-Hamilton Theorem.

UNIT-II: DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS:

Successive differentiation, Leibnitz theorem, Taylor’s & Maclaurin’s Series for one variable, Radius of Curvature for Cartesian, Parametric and Polar curves, Center of curvature.

UNIT-III: FIRST ORDER ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION

Formation of differential equations, differential equations of first order (Variable separable, Homogeneous, Linear and Exact with reducible form).

UNIT-IV: HIGHER ORDER ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION

Linear differential equations with constant coefficients and variable coefficients Homogeneous linear differential equations, Simultaneous linear differential equations.

UNIT-V: - APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRAL CALCULUS

Integral as the limits of the sum, Application in Summation of series, Beta and Gamma functions(Definitions, Relation between Beta and Gamma functions,

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Duplication formula, Applications of Beta & Gama Functions)., Change the Order of Integration, Applications of Multiple Integral in Area, Volume, Surfaces & Volume of Solid of Revolution about X-Axis & Y-Axis.

TextsTEXT BOOKS:

1. B.V. Rammana, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company,2007

2. S. S. Shastry, Engineering Mathematics, PHI Learning

References

REFRENCE BOOKS:

1. Michael Greenberg, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Second Edition, Pearson Education, 2002 (Indian Edition).

2. Potter, Goldberg & Edward, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Oxford University Press.

3. C.B. Gupta, Engineering Mathematics I & II, McGraw Hill India, 2015.4. William E. Boyce-Richard C. Diprima, 1997, Elementary Differential

Equations and Boundary Value Proble, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, ISBN:0-471-08955-.

5. S.C.Gupta and V.K.Kapoor, Fundamentals of Mathematical statistics, Sultan Chand & Sons.,2000.

Course Outcomes

The students will be able to :

1. Think logically and mathematically.2. Learn about characteristic equation, Eigen values and corresponding

eigenvectors of a given matrix.3. Classify differential equations according to certain features.4. Solve first order linear equations and nonlinear equations of certain

types and interpret the solutions. 5. Solve second and higher order linear differential equations with

constant coefficients and construct all solutions from the linearly independent solutions

6. Learn about applications of Multiple Integral in Area, Volume, Surfaces.

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Program Name: Common for All Session w.e.f.: 2019-20

Course CODE-EBSCOS01T Name - Communication Skill

Credit ScoreL T/M P N C

3 - - - 3

Program Outcomes:

Total Hours required for this course

45

Prerequisites (if any) Nil

Course Objectives

After studying this Course, the students will know - 1. Importance of language proficiency2. Basic English Grammar and how to use it3. Develop good working vocabulary and use it4. Learn usage of English language in day to day life, profession

Course Content

Unit IGrammar - Parts of speech, tenses, active and passive voiceUnit IIWriting tools - Article, synonyms, antonyms, homophones, punctuation,direct and indirect narrations, modals, phrasal verbs, question tagsUnit III Reading basics - Reading with a purpose, reading practice, steps for effective reading, reading comprehensionUnit IV Vocabulary basics - Importance of vocabulary, ways to build vocabulary, vocabulary lists, using vocabulary, building a good vocabulary through usageUnit V Usage - Sentence formation, applications, letters, short notes, short essays

Texts 1. English by Dr Neeta Satya Publications 2. English Grammar in Use by Raymond Murphy Cambridge Publications

References

1. Instant vocabulary by Norman Lewis 2. A Practical English Grammar by A . J. Thomson and A.V. Martinet3. Business Correspondence and Report Writing by R C Sharma and Krishna Mohan4. Speaking and Writing for Effective Business Communication Francis Soundararaj

Course Outcomes

The course will result in the students having 1. Better understanding of grammar basics.2. Good grasp over tools of effective english writing.3. Good reading habits and benefiting from it.4. Good understanding of how to build and use vocabulary .5. Grip over how to use the course for being better in written English.

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CO1 M MCO2 HCO3 MCO4 LCO5 MHigh-H Medium-M Low-L (To be done by Institute)

Designed ByDr. SK MogheMrs K. Dongre

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Institute Name: SIRT Department Name: Computer Science and Engineering

Course Code:- ECSFCI01T Name:- Fundamentals of Computer and IT

Credit ScoreL T/M P N C

2 0 - - 2

Evaluation SchemeTotal Hours required for this course

30

Prerequisites (if any) Fundamentals of Computer and mathematics

Course Objectives

The course objectives are as follows:

1. To make aware students about various characteristics and applications of Computes and to provide the knowledge of computer components and their interconnection.

2. To provide the knowledge of computer memory and their types and to make students aware about the operating systems and their GUI

3. To provide the knowledge of various operating system functions.4. To understand the concept of data storage and maintenance.

5. To learn the basics of Computer networks and internet and to make students aware about various applications of internet and how to use them.

Course Content

UNIT-I INTRODUCTION Computer definition, Characteristics and classification of Computers, Basic Applications of Computer, Generations of computers.Components of Computer System: Central Processing Unit (CPU), input/output Devices, Computer Memory: primary and secondary memory, magnetic and optical storage devices, Concepts of Hardware and Software.Data processing: concepts of data processing, Definition of Information and data, Basic data types, Storage of data/Information as files.UNIT-II SOFTWARE

Software and Its Need, Types of Software - System Software, Application Software, System Software -Operating System, Utility Program, Programming Languages, Assemblers, Compilers And Interpreter, Programming Languages- Machine, Assembly, High Level , 4GL, Their Merits And Demerits, Application Software and its Types - Word- Processing software, Spreadsheet, Presentation Graphics.

UNIT-III HARDWARE

Input/output & Storage Units-: Keyboard, Mouse, Track ball, Joystick, Digitizing tablet, scanners, Digital Camera, Touch Screen, Monitors -characteristics and types of monitor , Printers and Its Types -Dot Matrix, Inkjet, Laser, Plotter. Storage Fundamentals - Primary Vs Secondary Data Storage ,Magnetic Tape, Magnetic Disks, Hard Disk Drives, Optical Disks, Flash Drives Video Disk, Hard Disk.

UNIT-IV COMPUTER NETWORKS Introduction to Internet, WWW and Web Browsers: Basic of Computer networks; LAN, WAN; Concept of Internet; Applications of Internet; connecting to internet; What is ISP; Knowing the Internet; Basics of internet connectivity related trouble shooting, World Wide Web; Web Browsing software, Search Engines; Understanding URL; Domain name; IP Address; Using e-governance website.

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Texts1. Fundamentals of Computers: E Balagurusamy, TMH2. Basic Computer Engineering: Silakari and Shukla, Wiley India3. Fundamentals of Computers: V Rajaraman, PHI4. Fundamentals of Computers: PK Sinha.

References

1. J. P. Tremblay and R.B. Bunt, “An Introduction of Computer Science –An Algorithmic Approach”, TMH.

2. Raja Raman V., "Fundamental of Computers" (4th edition.), Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.3. Trainer T., et al, "Computers”, McGraw Hill.4. Norton, Peter, “Introduction to Computers, Mc-Graw-Hill.5. S.Jaiswal, “Fundamental of Computer & IT”, Wiley dream tech India.6. NPTEL and Swayam Video Lectures

Course Outcomes

After reading this course students will learn:1. About various characteristics and applications of Computers and various computer

components and their interconnection.2. Concept of computer memory and their types and the concept of operating systems and

their GUI.3. Various operating system functions.4. The concept of data storage and maintenance.5. The basics of Computer networks and internet and various applications of internet.

Mapping of course outcomes with Program Outcomes

CO/PO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12CO1 H MCO2 H HCO3 M H HCO4 HCO5 H H

High-H Medium-M Low-L

Institute Name: SIRT Department Name: Mechanical Engineering

SAGE University, Indore

Course Code:- EMEBME01T Name:- Basic Mechanical Engineering

Credit ScoreL T/M P N C

3 0 - - 3

Total Hours required for this course

45

Prerequisites (if any) Physics and Mathematics of 11th 12th class

Course Objectives

1. To understand the basic fundamentals of Material Science2. To Learn basic fundamentals of thermal engineering and production engineering 3. To aware the students about various measuring tools and equipments.4. To study the principles of hydraulics5. Understand concept of Power transmission devices.

Course Content

Unit I : Materials : Classification of engineering material, Composition of Cast iron and Carbon steels, Iron Carbon diagram. Alloy steels their applications. Mechanical properties like strength, hardness, toughness , ductility, brittleness , malleability etc. of materials , Tensile test-Stress -strain diagram of ductile and brittle materials , Hooks law and modulus of elasticity, Hardness and Impact testing of materials, BHN etc.

Unit II: Measurement: Concept of measurements, errors in measurement, Temperature, Pressure, Velocity, Flow strain, Force and torque measurement, Vernier caliper, Micrometer, Dial gauge, Slip gauge, Sine-bar and Combination set. Production Engineering: Elementary theoretical aspects of production processes like casting, carpentry, welding etc Introduction to Lathe and Drilling machines and their various operations.

Unit III: Thermodynamics and Fluids: Thermodynamic system, properties, state, process, Zeroth, First and second law of thermodynamics, thermodynamic processes at constant pressure, volume, enthalpy & entropy. Fluid properties pressure, density and viscosity etc. Types of fluids, Newton’s law of viscosity, Pascal’s law, Bernoulli’s equation for incompressible fluids, Only working principle of Hydraulic machines, pumps, turbines, Reciprocating pumps.

Unit IV: Steam Engineering :Classification and working of boilers, mountings and accessories of boilers, Efficiency and performance analysis, natural and artificial draught, steam properties, use of steam tables.

Unit V: Transmission of power & Prime movers: Transmission of power through Rope, Belt & gear drives. Working principle of steam Engine, Carnot, Otto, Diesel and Dual cycles P-V & T-S diagrams and its efficiency, working of two strokes & four stroke Petrol & Diesel engines. Working principle of compressor.

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Texts

1. Nag P K, Engineering Thermodynamics, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Fourth Edition.

2. Nakra & Chaudhary , Instrumentation and Measurements, TMH3. Ganesan , Internal Combustion Engines, TMH .4. Agrawal C M, Basic Mechanical Engineering, Wiley Publication.5. R.K. Rajput , Basic Mechanical Engineering , Laxmi Publication 6. S.K. Somani . Basic Mechanical Engineering.

References

1. Yunus A. Cengel, (2005), Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, Tata McGraw- Hill Publishing Company Ltd.

2. M. Achuthan,(2004), Engineering Thermodynamics, Prentice Hall India Limited.

3. Yunus A. Cengel, (2005), Thermodynamics: Engineering Approach, Tata McGraw- Hill Publishing Company Ltd.

4. M. Achuthan, , (2004), Engineering Thermodynamics, Prentice Hall India Limited.

Course Outcomes

Students will be able to:CO1. Learn various Techniques of Measurement and Measuring Instruments.CO2. Learn basic concepts of Thermodynamics.CO3. Aware basic concepts of Engineering Materials and their propertiesCO4. Learn various properties of Fluid.CO5. Understand the working principle of Prime Movers and Power

Transmission devices.

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Institute Name: SIRT Department Name: Mechanical Engineering

Course Code:- EMEEMC01T Name:- Engineering Mechanics

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Credit ScoreL T/M P N C

3 0 - - 3

Total Hours required for this course

45

Prerequisites (if any) Physics and Mathematics of 11th 12th class

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the student will be able to

1. 1. Use scalar and vector analytical techniques for analyzing forces in statically determinate structures.

2. 2. Apply basic knowledge of maths and physics to solve real-world problems.3) Solve for the resultants of any force systems 4) Determine equivalent force systems 5) Determine the internal forces in plane frames, simple span trusses and beams 6) Describe the motion of a particle in terms of its position, velocity and acceleration in different frames of reference 7) Obtain the centroid, first moment and second moment of an area 8) Describe the motion of a rigid body in different frames of reference

Course Content

UNIT 1: Introduction to Mechanics – Fundamental Principles – Laws of Mechanics, Lami’s theorem, Parallelogram and triangular Law of forces, Coplanar forces – Free body diagram – Equilibrium of particles - Equilibrium of particle in space.UNIT2: Single equivalent force – Free body diagram – Types of supports and their reactions – requirements of stable equilibrium – Moments and Couples – Moment of a force about a point and about an axis –Varignon’s theorem – Equilibrium of Rigid bodies in two dimensions.UNIT3: Centre Of Gravity And Moment Of Inertia: Centroid of plane figures and centre of gravity of masses and forces, moment of inertia of area and mass, radius of Gyration, principle axes of sections and principle of inertia. Parallel axes Theorem & Perpendicular axes Theorem.UNIT4: Trusses and Shear Force & Bending moment diagrams of beams: application to simple engineering structures and components, method of joints, method of sections for forces in members of plan frames and trusses. Introduction of Beam , Shear force and Bending moment, Force and Bending moment diagram.UNIT 5: Dynamics: Displacements, Velocity and acceleration, their relationship – relative motion – Curvilinear motion – Newton’s law – Work Energy Equation of particles – Impulse and Momentum – Impact of elastic bodies- Impact - direct and central impact – coefficient of restitution.

Texts1. S. Ramamrutam & R.Narayanan; Applied Mechanics, Dhanpat Rai Pub2. Prasad I. B. , Engineering Mechanics, Khanna Pubication.3. Rajput R. K. Engineering Mechanics, S. Chand Publication .

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4. Kumar D. S. Engineering Mechanics , Katson Books Publication.5. Khurmi R. S. , Engineering Mechanics,

References

1. Russell C Hibbeler, (2009), Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics (12th Edition), Prentice Hall. 2. Anthony M. Bedford and Wallace Fowler (2007), Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics (5th Edition), Prentice Hal

3. Ferdinand P. Beer, E. Russell Johnston (2010), Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics and Dynamics (9th Edition), Tata McGraw-Hill International Edition.4. S.P, Timoshenko, Mechanics of stricture, East West press Pvt.Ltd.

Course Outcomes

After completion of course Student will be able to :-

CO1. Solve the engineering problems in case of equilibrium conditions. CO2. Calculate the reaction forces of various supports of different structures. CO3. Determine the resultant force and moment for a given system of forcesCO4. Determine the centroid, centre of gravity and moment of inertia of various surfaces and solids. CO5. Solve the problems involving dynamics of particles and rigid bodies CO6. Understand basic dynamics concepts – force, momentum, work and energy. CO7.Application of systematic engineering synthesis and design processes.

Mapping of course outcomes with Program Outcomes

CO/PO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12CO1 H HCO2 HCO3 HCO4 HCO5 HCO6 HCO7 HHigh-H Medium-M Low-L

Institute Name: SIRTDepartment Name: Computer Science and Engineering

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Course Code:- ECSFCI01P Name:- Fundamentals of Computer and IT Lab

Credit ScoreL T/M P N C

- 0 2 - 1

Total Hours required for this course

30

Prerequisites (if any) Physics and Mathematics of 11th and 12th class

Course Objectives

The course objectives are as follows:

1. To make aware students about various characteristics and applications of Computes and to provide the knowledge of computer components and their interconnection.

2. To provide the knowledge of computer memory and their types and to make students aware about the operating systems and their GUI

3. To provide the knowledge of various operating system functions.4. To understand the concept of data storage and maintenance.5. To learn the basics of Computer networks and internet and to make students

aware about various applications of internet and how to use them.List of

Experiment

MS-Windows :

1. Create a new folder and do the following:

a. Make a word document in it.b. Make an Excel document in it.c. Make a new folder in itd. Rename the initial foldere. Move the initial folderf. Copy the initial folder.g. Delete the initial folder

2. Implement the various well known features of Windows operating system such as Notepad, WordPad, Paint, System tools, Entertainment etc. enclosed in StartProgramsAccessories.

3. Implement various display properties by right clicking on the Windows Desktop.4. Explore the taskbar of Windows.5. Set the wall paper and screen saver.6. Set the data/time.MS-Word:

1. Create a document and

a. Put Bullets and Numbersb. Apply various Font parameters.c. Apply Left, Right, and Centre alignments.d. Apply hyperlinkse. Insert picturesf. Insert ClipArtg. Show the use of WordArth. Add Borders and Shadingi. Show the use of Find and Replace.j. Apply header/footers

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2. Create any document and show the use of Fileversions.3. Create any document and show the difference between paste and paste special.4. Create a document to show the use of Washout/Watermark.5. Implement the concept of mail merge.6. Implement the concept of macros.7. Implement the concept of importing a file/document.8. Implement the concept of merging the documents.9. Crate a student table and do the following:

a. Insert new row and fill datab. Delete any existing rowc. Resize rows and columnsd. Apply border and shadinge. Apply merging/splitting of cellsf. Apply sortg. Apply various arithmetic and logical formulas.

10. Create your resume using General Templates.

Computer Networks:

1. Connect the Internet; open any website of your choice and save the WebPages.2. Search any topic related to your syllabi using any search engine and download the

relevant material.3. Send any greeting card to your friend.4. Create your E-Mail ID on any free E-Mail Server.5. Login through your E-Mail ID and do the following:

a. Read your mailb. Compose a new Mailc. Send the Mail to one persond. Send the same Mail to various personse. Forward the Mailf. Delete the Mailg. Send file as attachment

M.S in comp science in IndiaSurf Internet using Google to find information about Indian Cricket team

Texts

1. Fundamentals of Computers: E Balagurusamy, TMH

2. Basic Computer Engineering: Silakari and Shukla, Wiley India

3. Fundamentals of Computers: V Rajaraman, PHI

4. Fundamentals of Computers: PK Sinha.

References

1. J. P. Tremblay and R.B. Bunt, “An Introduction of Computer Science –An Algorithmic Approach”, TMH.

2. Raja Raman V., "Fundamental of Computers" (4th edition.), Prentice Hall of

3. India, New Delhi.4. Trainer T., et al, "Computers”, McGraw Hill.5. Norton, Peter, “Introduction to Computers, Mc-Graw-Hill.6. S.Jaiswal, “Fundamental of Computer & IT”, Wiley dream tech India.7. 6. NPTEL and Swayam Video Lectures.

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Course Outcomes

After reading this course students will learn:

1. About various characteristics and applications of Computers and various computer components and their interconnection.

2. Concept of computer memory and their types and the concept of operating systems and their GUI.

3. Various operating system functions.4. The concept of data storage and maintenance.5. The basics of Computer networks and internet and various applications of

internet.

Mapping of course outcomes with Program Outcomes

CO/PO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12CO1 H MCO2 H HCO3 M H HCO4 HCO5 H H

High-H Medium-M Low-L

Institute Name: SIRT Department Name: Mechanical Engineering

Course Code:- EMEBME01P Name:- Basic Mechanical Engineering Lab

Credit Score L T/M P N C

SAGE University, Indore

- 0 2 - 1

Evaluation SchemeTotal Hours required for this course

30

Prerequisites (if any) Physics and Mathematics of 11th 12th class

Course Objectives

1. To understand the basic fundamentals of Boilers working2. To Learn basic fundamentals of production engineering 3. To aware the students about various measuring tools and equipments.4. Understand concept of I. C. Engines

List of

Experiment

1. To Study Cochran Boiler2. To Study Cornish Boiler3. To Study Lancashire Boiler4. To Study Locomotive boiler.5. To study Boiler mountings and accessories.6. To Observe working principle of Four Stroke Petrol Engine.7. To Observe working principle of Four Stroke Diesel Engine.8. To Observe working principle of Two Stroke Petrol Engine.9. To Observe working principle of Two Stroke Petrol Engine.10. To Study Linear and angular measurement using Micrometer, Vernier Calipers Dial gauge and Slip Gauge.

Texts

1. Nag P K, Engineering Thermodynamics, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Fourth Edition.

2. Nakra & Chaudhary , Instrumentation and Measurements, TMH3. Ganesan , Internal Combustion Engines, TMH .4. Agrawal C M, Basic Mechanical Engineering, Wiley Publication.5. R.K. Rajput , Basic Mechanical Engineering , Laxmi Publication 6. S.K. Somani . Basic Mechanical Engineering.

References

1. Yunus A. Cengel, (2005), Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, Tata McGraw- Hill Publishing Company Ltd.

2. M. Achuthan,(2004), Engineering Thermodynamics, Prentice Hall India Limited.

3. Yunus A. Cengel, (2005), Thermodynamics: Engineering Approach, Tata McGraw- Hill Publishing Company Ltd.

4. 4. M. Achuthan, , (2004), Engineering Thermodynamics, Prentice Hall India Limited.

Course Outcomes

Students will be able to:CO1. Learn various Techniques of Measurement and Measuring Instruments.CO2. Learn basic concepts of Boiler.CO3. Learn various Boiler mountings and Accessories.CO4. Understand the working principle of I. C. Engines

Mapping of course outcomes with Program Outcomes

CO/PO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12CO1 H MCO2 H

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CO3 H H MCO4 H HHigh-H Medium-M Low-L

Institute Name: SIRT Department Name: Mechanical Engineering

Course Code:- EMEEMC01P Name:- Engineering Mechanics Lab

Credit Score L T/M P N C

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- 0 2 - 1

Total Hours required for this course

30

Prerequisites (if any) Physics and Mathematics of 11th 12th class

Course Objectives

On completion of the course the student will be able to

3. 1. Use scalar and vector analytical techniques for analyzing forces in statically determinate structures.

4. 2. Apply basic knowledge of maths and physics to solve real-world problems.3) Solve for the resultants of any force systems 4) Determine equivalent force systems 5) Determine the internal forces in plane frames, simple span trusses and beams 6) Describe the motion of a particle in terms of its position, velocity and acceleration in different frames of reference 7) Obtain the centroid, first moment and second moment of an area 8) Describe the motion of a rigid body in different frames of reference

List of

Experiment

List of Experiment:-

1.To verify the law of Force Polygon

2. To verify the law of Moments using Parallel Force apparatus.

3.To find the forces in the members of Jib Crane

4. To determine Moment of inertia of Flywheel

5. To verify Law of Triangle of forces

6. To verify Lami’s Theorem.

7. To Verify Parallelogram of forces

8. To verify principle of Moment on Simple supported beam.

9. To determine MA, VR ,Efficiency of Screw jack

Texts

1. S. Ramamrutam & R.Narayanan; Applied Mechanics, Dhanpat Rai Pub2. Prasad I. B. , Engineering Mechanics, Khanna Pubication.3. Rajput R. K. Engineering Mechanics, S. Chand Publication .4. Kumar D. S. Engineering Mechanics , Katson Books Publication.5. Khurmi R. S. , Engineering Mechanics,

References 1. Russell C Hibbeler, (2009), Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics (12th Edition), Prentice Hall.

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2. Anthony M. Bedford and Wallace Fowler (2007), Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics (5th Edition), Prentice Hal

3. Ferdinand P. Beer, E. Russell Johnston (2010), Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics and Dynamics (9th Edition), Tata McGraw-Hill International Edition.4. S.P, Timoshenko, Mechanics of stricture, East West press Pvt.Ltd.

Course Outcomes

After completion of course Student will be able to :-

CO1. Solve the engineering problems in case of equilibrium conditions. CO2. Calculate the reaction forces of various supports of different structures. CO3. Determine the resultant force and moment for a given system of forcesCO4. Determine the centroid, centre of gravity and moment of inertia of various surfaces and solids. CO5. Solve the problems involving dynamics of particles and rigid bodies CO6. Understand basic dynamics concepts – force, momentum, work and energy. CO7.Application of systematic engineering synthesis and design processes.

Mapping of course outcomes with Program Outcomes

CO/PO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12CO1 H HCO2 HCO3 HCO4 HCO5 HCO6 HCO7 HHigh-H Medium-M Low-L

Institute Name: SIRT Department Name: Mechanical Engineering

Course Code:- EMEWSP01P Name:- Workshop Practice

Credit Score L T/M P N C

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- - 4 - 2

Total Hours required for this course

30

Prerequisites (if any) Physics and Mathematics of 11th 12th class

Course Objectives

The course objectives are as follows:

1 To enhance the skill of the students in metal joining process like welding. etc.

2 To prepare the students for Foundry,Fitting,Carpentry, safety handling of tools, equipment and machineries

3 To carry out exercise in metal removal process by using drilling and lathe machines

List of

Experiment

1. To study different types of measuring tools used in metrology and determine least counts of vernier calipers, micrometers and vernier height gauges.

2. To study different types of machine tools (lathe, shaper or planer or slotter, milling, drilling machines.

3. To prepare a job on a lathe involving facing, outside turning, taper turning, step turning, radius making and parting-off.

4. To study different types of tools used in fitting shop and prepare jobs for the same.

5. To prepare joints for welding suitable for butt welding and lap welding.

5. To study various types of carpentry tools and prepare simple types of at least two wooden joints.

1. 6. To prepare simple engineering components/ shapes by forging.

7. To make a mould in Foundry Shop

8 To prepare horizontal surface/ vertical surface/ curved surface/ slots or V-grooves on a shaper/planner.

Texts1. Bawa HS; Workshop Practice, TMH 2. Hazara Choudhary; Workshop Practices -, Vol. I & II.3. Jain. R.K. Production Technology -

References1. Rao PN; Manufacturing Technology- Vol.1& 2, TMH

2.John KC; Mechanical workshop practice; PHI

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Course Outcomes

After reading this course students will :

1. Understand applications of hand tools and power tools.2. Understand the operations of machine tools.3. Selection of appropriate tools required for specific operation4. Obtain practical skills in the trades5. Ability to design and model various basic prototypes in the trade of

Welding such as Lap joint, Lap Tee joint, Edge joint, Butt joint and Corner joint.

6. Ability to design and model different prototypes in the carpentry trade such as Cross lap joint, Dove tail joint

Mapping of course outcomes with Program Outcomes

CO/PO PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12CO1 HCO2 HCO3 H HCO4 HCO5 H HCO6 H HHigh-H Medium-M Low-L