At the end of the course the students should be able to:

CO 301.1 | Understand Internal and external combustion engine and their comparison, four stroke cycle S.I. engineFour stroke cycle C.I. engineTwo stroke engines, comparison of four stroke and two stroke enginescomparison of S.I. and C.I. engine classification of I.C. Engine on various basis Valve timing diagram for S.I. and C.I. enginesEffect of valve timing and engine speed on volumetric efficiencyReasons for deviation of actual cycle from air standard cycles, Fuel air cycles and their analysisReasons of ignition advance and injection advance. |

CO 301.2 | Understand stages of combustion in S.I engine, factor influencing the flame speed,the phenomenon of knock in S.I. engine, effect of engine variable on knock, Effects of detonation, Pre-ignition, effect of preignitionstages of combustion in C.I engine, factor influencing the delay periodthe phenomenon of knock in C.I. engine, effect of engine variable on knockcomparison between knock in S.I. and C.I. engine. |

CO 301.3 | Understand Properties of air-petrol mixtures, air fuel mixture requirement low power, normal power and maximum power rangeair fuel mixture requirement for idling & acceleration, simple carburetor, limitation of simple carburetorGasoline injection system: Type of injection system, components of injection systemElectronic gasoline fuel injection system, multi-point fuel injection system, working, advantages and disadvantagesRequirement, type of injection systems, Bosch fuel injection pumpType of fuel injector, type of nozzle, atomization, spray penetration and spray directionElectronic diesel injection System. |

CO 301.4 | UnderstandBattery and magneto ignition systemComparative study, spark plug heat range, electronic ignition systemFiring order, Ignition timing, centrifugal and vacuum ignition advanceCooling requirement, air cooling, liquid cooling, type of liquid cooling systemAdvantage and disadvantage of air cooling and water-cooling system, Anti-freeze mixtureFunction of lubricating system, Classification of lubricating system, mist lubrication system, wet sump lubricationDry sump lubrication, splash and modified and full pressure systemS. I. Engine and C. I. Engine emissions and its control and comparisonEffect of pollution on Human health and biosphere. |

CO 301.5 | Analyzeperformance parameters, measurements of brake power, indicated power, Friction power, Fuel and air consumption, Exhaust gas calorimeterCalculation of various performance parameter, Heat balance sheet.Performance curves for S.I. and C.I. engine with load and speed. |

At the end of the course the students should be able to:

CO 302.1 | Understand the concepts of Energy Methods: Introduction, Strain energy, Elastic strain energy in tension, compression, bending and torsion; Impact loading in tension and bending, Theorem of Castiglione’s and its applications, Reciprocal relations, Maxwell -Betti theorem, Introduction to plasticity. |

CO 302.2 | Understanding the fixed beams subjected to different types of loads and couples, Calculations of fixing moments and reactions at supports, deflection. Effect of sinking of support. Continuous beams subjected to different type of loads and couples, beams with overhang, beams with one end fixed, Chaperon’s theorem. Effect of sinking of supports. |

CO 302.3 | Understanding the concept of Thin Pressure Vessel, Circumferential and longitudinal stresses in thin cylindrical shells and thin spherical shell under internal pressure, Thick Pressure Vessel: Introduction, Lames Theorem, Thick Pressure vessels subjected to internal pressure, External Pressure & both, compound cylinders. |

CO 302.4 | Understanding the concept of Struts and Columns, Stability of columns, Euler’s formula for different end conditions, Equivalent load, Eccentric loading, Rankine’s formula. Shear center, Position of shear center for angle, Channel and I-sections. |

CO 302.5 | Understanding the governing equations of plain stress and plain strain in cylindrical and spherical coordinates, axisymmetric problems. Plane stress and plane strain application to rotating discs, torsion of non-circular cross sections, stress concentration problems, thermo-elasticity, 2-d contact problems |

At the end of the course the students should be able to:

CO 303.1 | Understand the definition and characteristics of boundary layer, momentum equation, Von Karman equations for Laminar and turbulent boundary Layer, Total drag, separation and control of boundary layer over flat plate,Calculate Drag and lift force on a moving body flowing fluid and solving numerical on drag on rectangle, sphere and cylinder, circulation and lift on circular cylinder, lift of an air foil, induced drag. |

CO 303.2 | Identify, formulate and evaluate force exerted by the jet on stationary and moving flat and curved plates and apply the concepts of jet propulsion in ships.Understand the construction, working principle, work done, head, efficiency, governing, performance characteristics curves, specific speeds and design aspects of an Impulse turbine,Pelton Wheel in particular. |

CO 303.3 | Understand, Francis turbine construction, working, work done, efficiency, design aspect, advantages & disadvantages over Pelton wheel, and Understand Axial flow reaction turbine, Kaplan turbine in particular, draft tube, specific speed, unit quantities, cavitation’s, degree of reaction, performance characteristics, surge tanks, governing of reaction turbine and Calculate work done, efficiency and specific speed of turbine. |

CO 303.4 | Understand Construction and working of a centrifugal pump, multistage centrifugal pump, pumps in series and parallel, specific speed, characteristic and calculate work done, heads, efficiencies, net positive suction head, cavitation and specific speed of centrifugal pumps. |

CO 303.5 | Understand components, working,discharge, work-done and power required, slip & coefficient of discharge, indicator diagram of reciprocating pumps and solving numerical questions on reciprocating pumps |

At the end of the course the students should be able to:

CO 304.1 | Understand and classify governors and determine range of speed of porter, proell and hartnell governor, also understand sensitivity, stability, isochronism and compute effort and power of porter and hartnell governor. |

CO 304.2 | Understand the concept of static and dynamic balancing of rotating masses and draw the force and couple polygon for rotating masses. Determine the tractive effort, hammer blow and swaying couple for inside and outside cylinder locomotive subjected to reciprocating unbalanced force and to understand the concepts of V-engine |

CO 304.3 | Understand the concept of gyroscope and determine the effect of gyroscopic couple in case of ship, aeroplane and for wheelers. |

CO 304.4 | Analyse the effect of longitudinal and transverse vibration on a shaft with ends fixed, simply supported, and determine the value of natural frequency. Understand the effect of damping on a vibrating system, transmissibility and vibration isolation, also determine the natural frequency of free torsional vibration of single, two and three rotor systems. |

CO 304.5 | Analyse the effect of inertia force on reciprocating parts and to determine the piston effort, force acting along the connecting rod, normal force on sides of cylinder walls and bearing force. Draw the turning moment diagram for single cylinder double acting steam engine, four stroke internal combustion engine and multi cylinder engine, also compute coefficient of fluctuation of speed and coefficient of fluctuation of energy of four stroke internal combustion engine, multicylinder engine and calculate the mass of rim of flywheel. |

At the end of the course the students should be able to:

CO 305.1 | Understand optimization, stages and fields of applications of operations research, linear programming problems for maximization and minimization of function with or without constraints, formulae and solve linear programming problems using graphical simplex and big M method. |

CO 305.2 | Acquire knowledge on formulation procedures of transportation problems and calculate initial basic feasible solution using vogels approximation method, north westcorner rule, the basic procedure of mathematical formulation and solution of assignment problems, travelling salesman and air crew assignment problems in particular |

CO 305.3 | Acquire knowledge on structure, elements and queuing solutions of queuing models, concepts of kendalls notations and solution of M/M/1: ∞/∞/FCFS models. |

CO 305.4 | Understand the techniques for drawing and representing network and use critical path method and program evaluation and review technique to obtain project cost, optimum project duration project crashing |

CO 305.5 | Understand two-person zero sum game and solution with or without existence of saddle point, solution of 2xn and mx2 game and concept of Monte Carlo simulation method for simulating inventory and queuing system. |