Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Professional Management and Technology, Raipur

Course Outcomes

4th semester

Subject Code: B037411(037)

Course Outcomes: Applied Thermodynamics

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

CO206.1 Understand the concept of reciprocating engine, Otto, Diesel and Dual and calculate thermal efficiency and mean effective pressure and their comparison with p-V and T-S diagram and having an overview of Stirling cycle, Erricson cycle, Atkinson cycle and Lenoir cycle.
CO206.2 Understand classification, advantages and limitations of reciprocating air compressors and working of single acting single cylinder reciprocating compressor and Multistage reciprocating air compressors, volumetric efficiency advantage of multistage compression and able to calculate minimum work, Indicator diagram, mean effective pressure and indicated power, compressor power, efficiencies, shaft power of the compressor for two stage air compressor.
CO206.3 Understand the concept of steam power plant working on Rankine cycle and its representation on p-v, T-s and h-s diagram, reheat cycle, ideal regenerative cycle, practical regenerative cycle, binary cycle with p-v, T-s and h-s diagram. Understand the working open and closed feed water heater, characteristics of ideal working fluids Compare Carnot cycle and Rankine cycle and calculate efficiency, steam rate, heat rate, mean temperature of heat addition for Rankine cycle.
CO206.4 Understand the function of condenser, Element of a water cooled condensing unit, jet and surface condenser and its advantages and disadvantages, source of air its effects and removal, and calculate condenser vacuum, mass of circulating water required, vacuum efficiency, condenser efficiency. Classifies Cooling pond and cooling tower and understand it’s working.
CO206.5 Understand the concept of velocity of pressure waves in a fluid, understand and calculate Mach number, isentropic stagnation state, stagnation enthalpy, temperature, pressure, density, one dimensional steady isentropic flow. Derive area velocity relationship, understand and derive critical properties-choking in isentropic flow, dimensionless velocity. Understand Effect of back pressure on the performance of nozzle flow. Flow of steam through nozzle, throat area for maximum discharge, supersaturated Flow in nozzle.

Subject Code: B037412(037)

Course Outcomes: Fluid Mechanics

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

CO207.1 Understand the concepts of mass density, weight density, specific volume, specific gravity, viscosity, surface tension, capillarity, vapour pressure, compressibility and bulk modulus of fluid, Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid.Understand the concepts of Pressure, Pascal’s law, Hydrostatic law, Buoyancy and Flotation, Manometer and calculate the forces on submerged plane and curve surface.
CO207.2 Understand the concepts of fluid motion, stream line, streak line, path line continuity equation, evaluate fluid velocity and acceleration as well as relationship among velocity potential function, circulation, vorticity and velocity stream function.
CO207.3 Calculate the pressure, head and energy and Understand the concepts Euler’s, Bernoulli’s equation of motion with its application on venturimeter, orifice, nozzle, pitot tube as well as moment of momentum equation ,Impulse momentum equation, Energy and momentum correction factor and fluid motion in curved path.
CO207.4 Establish the relationship among velocity, shear stress, discharge and pressure gradient for circular pipe and parallel plate for viscous flow.Calculate the effect of turbulence, loss of head ,loss of power, coefficient of friction , loss of energy due to friction and power transmission through pipe and evaluate hydraulic gradient line and total energy line with pipes in series and parallel.
CO207.5 Understand the concepts of Rayleigh’s method, Buckingham’s theorem, model analysis and dimensionless numbers as well as Reynolds’s model law, Euler’s model law, Weber model law, Mach’s model law with its application.

Subject Code: B037413(037)

Course Outcomes: Strength of Materials

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

CO208.1 Understand the concepts of stress, strain, composite stress, stress-strain diagram, elastic modulus, Hooke’s law, Poisson’s ratio, shear stress.
CO208.2 Draw shear force and bending moment diagrams and compute shear force and bending moment at a section of simply supported, overhanging and cantilever beams with symmetric cross sections (circular, hollow curricular and I and T) under load, and calculate resistance offered by the beam in bending and shear.
CO208.3 Calculate the slope and deflection of beams using Macaulay’s Method, Direct Integration Method, Moment Area Method and Conjugate Beam Method.
CO208.4 Determine the stresses and angular deflection in circular hollow & stepped circular shafts due to torsion and the deformation in parallel and series closed and open coil helical springs subjected axial load
CO208.5 Analyze the critical element with respect to failure in components subjected to bending, torsion and axial load and determine principal stresses, maximum shear stress, their planes, and stresses on an arbitrary plane using Mohr’s Circle representation, and determine principal strain and maximum shear strain in structural elements the critical element with respect to failure in components subjected to bending, torsion and axial load.

Subject Code: B037414(037)

Course Outcomes: Manufacturing Process

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

CO209.1 Understand The importance, classification, technological definition of manufacturing processes along with Pattern Making, materials, allowances, types, color code scheme,Metal Casting Process, carbon dioxide molding process, investment casting, die casting, shell molding, continuous casting, centrifugal casting, green, dry sand-casting process, casting defect,elements of mould, Cores,use, core material, advantages and limitations, core prints, chaplets, Gating and Risering System.
CO209.2 Understand the welding process- with & without filler material (Electrode), fusing and pressure welding, Arc Welding- Flux Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Submerged Arc Welding and Atomic Hydrogen Welding processes, Gas Welding- Inert Gas Welding (TIG & MIG), Oxy-Acetylene welding, forward and backward welding along with Reaction in Gas welding, Flame characteristics, Gas torch construction & working.
CO209.3 Understand the working principle, process detail, application and defect in Resistance Welding, Friction welding, Explosive welding, Thermitwelding, Laser welding, Soldering, Brazing,Electron beam welding, Electroslag welding, Ultrasonic welding.
CO209.4 Understand the working principle Construction, Component, Working Operation, facing, turning, knurling, taper turning, thread cutting, drilling, boring, reaming in lathe, speed lathe, engine, bench, tool room, capstan, turret, automatic of lathe machine,working principle, specification, type and operation of Shaper & Planner, Quick return Mechanisms, table feed mechanism and work holing device.
CO209.5 Understand Working Principle, nomenclature parts& specification of Milling, Broaching, Drilling, Reaming & Boring, plain, face, slotting milling operation along with calculation of indexing problem, horizontal, vertical, pull, surface-internal and external broach operation, counter boring, counter sinking, spot facing drilling operation, reaming operation and boring operation.

Subject Code: B037415(037)

Course Outcomes: Kinematics of Machines

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

CO2010.1 Understand the concept of element, pair, mechanism, inversion, draw the relative velocity diagram for four bar mechanism, crank and slotted lever quick return mechanism.
CO2010.2 Understand the concept of he relative acceleration diagram, component of acceleration, klien’s construction and pantograph.
CO2010.3 Analyze and classify cam and follower mechanism, draw the cam profile based on uniform velocity, uniform acceleration and retardation , simple harmonic motion and cycloidal motion of knife edge, roller and flat face follower
CO2010.4 Understand the concept of gears, its types, interference and undercutting of involute gear and Calculate length of path of contact, arc of contact, contact ratio, sliding velocity and minimum Number of teeth on gear and pinion to avoid interference Understand the Classification of gear trains and compute the velocity ratio in epicyclical gear train.
CO2010.5 C.5 Understand the concept of Friction Applications of friction, Pivot and collar friction, Thrust bearing, Belt-Drives: Ratio of tensions for flat belt & V-belt, Centrifugal tension, condition for maximum power transmission, Brakes and dynamometer: Simple block and shoe brake, Band brake, Band and block brake, and internal expanding shoe brake, Absorption dynamometer, Transmission dynamometer.