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Reliability & Maintenance
Unit 1 Basic Concepts of Reliability: Probability distributions used in maintenance engineering- Binomial, Poisson, Exponential, Normal, Log-normal, Gamma and Weibull distribution; failure rate, hazard rate, failure modes, MTTR, MTBF, MTTF
Unit 2 System Reliability Models: System reliability n-component series systems, m component parallel systems and combined system; standby systems; K-out-of-m systems; redundancy techniques in system design; event space, decomposition (Key Stone), cut and tie sets, Markov analysis, reliability and quality, unreliability, maintainability, availability
Unit 3 Maintenance Concepts and Strategies: Introduction, maintenance functions and objectives, maintenance planning and scheduling, maintenance organization.
General Introduction to Maintenance Types: Breakdown, emergency, corrective, predictive, and preventive; maintenance prevention; design-out maintenance, productive maintenance, shutdown maintenance and scheduled maintenance.
Unit 4 Condition Based Maintenance: Principles of CBM, pillars of condition monitoring, CBM implementation and benefits; condition monitoring techniques- visual monitoring, vibration monitoring, wear debris monitoring, corrosion monitoring, performance monitoring
Unit 5 Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM):- Concept, methodology, benefits; Total Productive Maintenance: Evolution of TPM, TPM objectives, concept, pillars of TPM. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)/ Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA): Overview, elements of FMECA, applications and benefits, risk evaluation, risk priority numbers, criticality analysis, process FMEA, qualitative and quantitative approach to FMECA; design FMEA and steps for carrying out design

1.         Ebeling CE; An Introduction To Reliability & Maintainability Engg; TMH
2.         Srinath L.S; Reliability Engineering; East West Press.
3.         Naikan; Reliability engg and life testing; PHI
4.         Kapur KC and Lamberson LR; Reliability in Engineering Design; Wiley India
5.         Telang AD and Telang A; Comprehensive Maintanance Management; PHI
6.         Mishra R.C; Reliability and Maintenance Engineering; New age International      publisher.
7.         Balaguruswamy; Reliability Engg; TMH
8.         Dhillon; Engg Maintainability- How to design for Reliability and easy maintenance; PHI
9.         Davidson John; The Reliability of mechanical system; Institution of Mech. Engineers, London
10.       Patrick D.T and O.'Connor; Practical Reliability Engineering; John Wiley and Sons

11.       Modarre M; Reliability and Risk Analysis, Marcel Dekker Inc CRC Press


Unit I  Design of Belt, Rope and Chain Drives: Methods of power transmission, selection and design of flat belt and pulley; Selection of V-belts and sheave design; Design of chain drives, roller chain and its selection; Rope drives, design of rope drives, hoist ropes.
Unit II -Spur and Helical Gears: Force analysis of gear tooth, modes of failure, beam strength, Lewis Equation, form factor, formative gear and virtual number of teeth; Gear materials; Surface strength and Wear of teeth; strength against wear; Design of straight tooth spur and Helical Gears.
Bevel Gears: Application of bevel, formative gear and virtual number of teeth; Force analysis; Lewis Equation for bevel gears; Strength against wear; Design of bevel gear.
Unit III  -Design of I.C. Engine Components: General design considerations in I C engines; design of Cylinder; design of piston and piston-rings; design of connecting  rod; design of crankshaft.
Unit IV -Design of Miscellaneous Components: design of Flanged coupling; rigid coupling, Design of Pressure vessels subjects to internal pressure, external pressure, design of penetration, design of Flanges, cone cylinder junctions, Materials, Fabrication.
Unit V -Optimization: Basic concept of optimization, classification of optimization, optimization Techniques, engineering applications of optimization.  Classical optimization techniques: unconstrained Optimization single-variable optimization, multivariable optimization, solution by direct search method, solution by Lagrange-multipliers method.

1.         Shigley J.E.; Machine Design; TMH
2.         Bhandari VB; Design of Machine Elements; TMH
3.         Sharma CS and Purohit K; Design of Machine Elements; PHI Learning.
4.         Hall and Somani; Machine Design; Schaum Series; TMH
5.         Wentzell TH; Machine Design;
6.         Sharma & Agrawal; Machine Design; Katson
7.         Kulkarni SG; Machine Design; TMH
8.         Abdul Mubeen; Machine Design; Khanna Publishers
9.         Juvinall RC, Marshek KM; Fundamentals of Machine Component Design; Wiley
10.       Norton R; Design Of Machinery; TMH

Unit-I Introduction: Principles and methods of refrigeration, freezing; mixture cooling by gas reversible expansion, throttling, evaporation, Joule Thomson effect and reverse Carnot cycle; unit of refrigeration, coefficient of performance, vortex tube & thermoelectric refrigeration, adiabatic demagnetization; air refrigeration cycles- Joule's cycle Boot-strap cycle, reduced ambient cycle and regenerative cooling cycles.
Unit-II Vapour compression system: Vapor compression cycle, p-h and t-s diagrams, deviations from theoretical cycle, sub-cooling and super heating, effects of condenser and evaporator pressure on cop; multi-pressure system: removal of flash gas, multiple expansion & compression with flash inter cooling, low temperature refrigeration: production of low temperatures, cascade system, dry ice, production of dry ice, air liquefaction system,.
Unit-Ill (a) Vapour absorption system: Theoretical and practical systems such as aqua-ammonia, Electrolux & other systems; (b) Steam jet refrigeration: Principles and working, simple cycle of operation, description and working of simple system, (c) refrigerants: nomenclature & classification, desirable properties, common refrigeration, comparative study, leak detection methods, environment friendly refrigerants and refrigerant mixtures, brine and its properties
Unit-IV Psychometric: Calculation of psychometric properties of air by table and charts; psychometric processes: sensible heating and cooling, evaporative cooling, cooling and dehumidification, heating and humidification, mixing of air stream, sensible heat factor; principle of air conditioning, requirements of comfort air conditioning, ventilation standards, infiltrated air load, fresh air load human comfort, effective temperature & chart, heat production & regulation of human body,
Unit-V Air conditioning loads: calculation of summer & winter air conditioning load, bypass factor of coil, calculation of supply air rate & its condition, room sensible heat factor, grand sensible heat factor, effective sensible heat factor, dehumidified air quantity. Problems on cooling load calculation. Air distribution and ventilation systems

1. Arora CP; Refrigeration and Air Conditioning; TMH
2. Sapaff  SN; Refrigeration and Air Conditioning; PHI
3. Ananthanarayan; Basic Refrigeration and Air conditioning; TMH
4. Manohar Prasad; Refrigeration and Air Conditioning; New Age Pub
5. Ameen; Refrigeration and Air Conditioning; PHI
6. Pita ; Air conditioning Principles and systems: an energy approach; PHI
7. Stoecker W.F. Jones J; Refrigeration and Air conditioning; McGH, Singapore
8. Jordan RC and Priester GB Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, PHI USA       9. Arora RC; Refrigeration and Air conditioning; PHI Learning

Unit 1
 Introduction: Information requirements of mfg organizations; business forecasting and aggregate production plan; MPS, MRP and shop floor/ Production Activity Control (PAC); Mfg as a system, productivity and wealth creation; production processes on volume-variety axes; importance of batch and job shop production; CIM definition and CIM wheel, evolution and benefits; CIM as a subset of Product Life Cycle (PLC) mgt; design for mfg (DFM) and concurrent engg; product design in conventional and CIM environment; terms like CAD, CAE, CAM, CAP, CAPP, CATD and CAC.
Unit 2
Graphics and standards: Raster scan, coordinate systems for model (M/ WCS) user and display; database for graphic modeling; PDM, PIM, EDM; define EDM. features of EDM; basic transformations of geometry- translation, scaling, rotation and mirror; introduction to modeling software: need for CAD data standardization; developments in drawing data exchange formats; GKS, PHIGS, CORE, IGES, DXF STEP DMIS AND VDI; ISO standard for exchange of Product Model data-STEP and major area application protocols.
Unit 3
Geometric Modeling: Its use in analysis and mfg; 2D and 3D line, surface and volume models, linear extrusion and rotational sweep; Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG); basics of boundary presentation- spline, Bezier, b-spline, and NURBS; sculpture surfaces, classification, basics of coons, Bezier, b-spline and ruled surfaces; tweaking, constraint based parametric modeling; wire-frame modeling, definition of point, line and circle; polynomial curve fitting; introduction to rapid prototyping.
Unit 4
Numeric control and part programming: Principles of NC machines, CNC, DNC; NC modes of point to point, -line and 20, 3D contouring; NC part programming; ISO standard for coding, preparatory functions(G)- motion, dwell, unit, preset, cutter compensation, coordinate and plane selection groups; miscellaneous (M) codes; CLDATA and tool path simulation; ISO codes for turning tools and holders; ATC, modular work holding and pallets; time and power estimation in milling, drilling and turning; adaptive control, sequence control and PLC; simple part programming examples.
Unit 5
Group Technology: Importance of batch and job shop production; merits of converting zigzag process layout flow to smooth flow in cellular layout, Production Flow Analysis (PFA) and clustering methods; concept of part families and coding; hierarchical, attribute and hybrid coding, OPITZ, MICLASS and DCLASS coding; FMS; material handling; robots, AGV and their programming; agile mfg; Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP), variant/ retrieval and generative approach
1. S.Kant Vajpay; Principles of CIM; PHI
3. Groover MP; Automation, Production Systems & CIM; P.H.I.
4. Rao PN, Tiwari NK, Kundra TK; Computer Aided Manufacturing; TMH
5. Alavudeen A, Venkteshwam N; Computer Integrated Mfg; PHI
6. Surendra Kumar; Industrial Robotics & CIM; Oxford IBH.
List of Experiments (please expand it):
1. 2D and 3D modeling on CAD software
2. Use of CAM software for writing CNC programs
3. Study of automatic and semi automatic control system and writing the electrical analogy.
4. Production & layout for GT for group of jobs to be manufactured
5. A case study / tutorial using CAPP Software
6. Writing M & G codes for given operations.
7. Robot and AGV programming


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