SEM 4 : Engineering Economics and Management (2140003)



The course is intended to provide basic understanding of Economics and Management to engineering students with following aspects:


  • To impart knowledge, with respect to concepts, principles and practical applications of Economics, which govern the functioning of a firm/organization under different market conditions.

  • To help the students to understand the fundamental concepts and principles of management; the basic roles, skills, functions of management, various organizational structures and basic knowledge of marketing.

SEM 4 :Mechanical Measurement and Metrology (2141901)



After learning the course the students should be able to:


  • Students will describe basic concepts of Metrology.

  • Students will select linear measuring instrument for measurement of various components.

  • Students select angular and taper measurement devices for measurement of various components.

  • Students will discriminate between various screws by measuring their dimensions.

  • Students will separate different gears through measurement of various dimensions of gears.

  • Students will discriminate capabilities of machining process by measuring surface finish of the component produced.

  • Students will evaluate quality of surface produced using various methods.

  • Students will describe basic concepts of mechanical measurement and errors in measurements.

  • Students will select appropriate temperature measuring device for various applications.

SEM 4 :Complex Variables and Numerical Methods (2141905)



After learning the course the students should be able to:


  • evaluate exponential, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions of a complex number.

  • define continuity, differentiability, analyticity of a function using limits. Determine where a function is continuous/discontinuous, differentiable/non-differentiable, analytic/not analytic or entire/not entire.

  • determine whether a real-valued function is harmonic or not. Find the harmonic conjugate of a harmonic function.

  • understand the properties of Analytic function.

  • evaluate a contour integral with an integrand which have singularities lying inside or outside the simple closed contour.

  • recognize and apply the Cauchy’s integral formula and the generalized Cauchy’s integral formula.

  • classify zeros and singularities of an analytic function.

  • find the Laurent series of a rational function.

  • write a trigonometric integral over [0, 2π] as a contour integral and evaluate using the residue theorem.

  • distinguish between conformal and non conformal mappings.



SEM 4 : Fluid Mechanics (2141906)



The course is intended to provide basic understanding of Economics and Management to engineering students with following aspects:


  • Understand the basic concept of fluid mechanics.

  • Understand statics, dynamics and various approaches to fluid mechanics.

  • Understand fundamentals of flow through pipes.

  • Understand basics of compressible flow.



SEM 4 : Machine Design and Industrial Drafting (2141907)



After learning the course the students should be able to:


  • Students will be able to analyse components subjected to various mechanical loads.

  • Students will be able to analyse beams and columns for stresses and deflection.

  • Students will be able to design and analyse shafts, keys and couplings.

  • Students will be able to select fasteners and design welded / riveted joints.



SEM 6 : Dynamics of Machinery (2161901)



After learning the course the students should be able to:


  • 1. Determine unbalanced forces and bearing reactions for a system of rotating masses.

  • 2. Determine unbalanced forces in reciprocating engines.

  • 3. Determine natural frequency of mechanical systems represented in lumped form.

  • 4. Determine critical speed shafts with unbalanced rotors and cam-follower system (to avoid jump).



SEM 6 : Internal Combustion Engines (2161902)



  • 1. Do in-depth cycle analysis for different types of engines.

  • 2. Analyze fuel supply systems, ignition and governing systems of IC Engines.

  • 3. Understand combustion process of SI and CI Engines.

  • 4. Measure operating characteristics of IC Engines.



SEM 6 : Computer Aided Design (2161903)



  • Understand and appreciate use of computer in product development.

  • Apply algorithms of graphical entity generation.

  • Understand mathematical aspects of geometrical modelling.

  • Understand and use finite element methods for analysis of simple components.



SEM 6 : Industrial Engineering (Dept Elec-I) (2161907)



  • Demonstrate location decision and site selection.

  • Use of plant layout knowledge for betterment of plant.

  • Use of Production planning and control.

  • Solve forecasting problem by applying different techniques.

  • Understanding planning, scheduling and sequencing problems for shop floor.

  • Apply work study techniques and understands its importance for better productivity.

  • Demonstrate wage and incentive plans.

  • Apply statistical quality control techniques for inspection.



SEM 6 : Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (2161908)



  • Understand the basic concepts of refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

  • Understand and analysis of various refrigeration cycles.

  • Make basic calculation of psychometric properties and process.

  • Do basic calculations of heating and cooling load requirements of a room.

  • Apply scientific and engineering principles to analyze and design aspects of engineering systems that relate to refrigeration and air conditioning.



SEM 8 : ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT (Departmental Elective 2)



  • To understand the basic knowledge of different terms & principles of energy conservation, audit and management.

  • To Evaluate the energy saving & conservation in different mechanical utilities.

  • To understand efficient heat & electricity utilization, saving and recovery in different thermal and electrical system.

  • To prepare energy audit report for different energy conservation instances.




SEM 8 : RENEWABLE ENERGY ENGINEERING



  • Importance of RE sources.

  • Applications of different RE sources.

  • Carry our preliminary economic analysis of RE systems.