Industrial & Production Engineering 8th Semester Syllabus

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SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Subject Code : 10IP/IM81

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
BUILDING A STRATEGIC FRAME WORK TO ANALYSE SUPPLY CHAINS: Supply chain stages and decision phase, process view of a supply chain. Supply chain flows. Examples of supply chains. Competitive and supply chain strategies. Achieving strategic fit. Expanding strategic scope. Drivers of supply chain performance. Framework for structuring drivers – Inventory, Transportation, Facilities, Information. Obstacles to achieving fit, Case discussions.
7 Hours

UNIT – 2
DESIGNING THE SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK: Distribution Networking – Role, Design. Supply Chain Network (SCN) – Role, Factors, Framework for Design Decisions.
6 Hours

UNIT – 3
FACILITY LOCATION AND NETWORK DESIGN: Models for facility location and capacity allocation. Impact of uncertainty on SCN – discounted cash flow analysis, evaluating network design decisions using decision trees. Analytical problems.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
PLANNING AND MANAGING INVENTORIES IN A SUPPLY CHAIN: Review of inventory concepts. Trade promotions, Managing multiechelon cycle inventory, safety inventory determination. Impact of supply uncertainty aggregation and replenishment policies on safety inventory. Optimum level of product availability; importance factors. Managerial levers to improve supply chain profitability.
7 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
SOURCING, TRANSPORTATION AND PRICING PRODUCTS: Role of sourcing, supplier – scoring & assessment, selection and contracts. Design collaboration.
6 Hours

UNIT – 6
SOURCING, TRANSPORTATION AND PRICING PRODUCTS: Role of transportation, Factors affecting transportation decisions. Modes of transportation and their performance characteristics. Designing transportation network. Trade-off in transportation design. Tailored transportation, Routing and scheduling in transportation. International transportation. Analytical problems. Role of Revenue Management in the supply chain, Revenue management for: Multiple customer segments, perishable assets, seasonal demand, bulk and spot contracts.
7 Hours

UNIT – 7
COORDINATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN: Co-ordination in a supply chain: Bullwhip effect. Obstacles to coordination. Managerial levers to achieve co-ordination, Building strategic partnerships.
6 Hours

UNIT – 8
COORDINATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN: The role of IT supply Chain, The Supply Chain IT framework, CRM, Internal SCM, SRM. The role of e-business in a supply chain, The e-business framework, e-business in practice. Case discussion.
4 Hours
EMERGING CONCEPTS: Reverse Logistics, Reasons, Activities, Role. RFID Systems; Components, applications, implementation. Lean supply chains, Implementation of Six Sigma in Supply Chains.
3 Hours

SUGGESTED TEXT BOOK:

  • 1. Supply Chain Management – Strategy, Planning & Operation – Sunil Chopra & Peter Meindl – Pearson Education Asia – ISBN: 81-7808-272- 1. – 2001.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  • 1. Supply Chain Redesign – Transforming Supply Chains into Integrated Value Systems – Robert B Handfield, Ernest L Nichols, Jr. – Pearson Education Inc – ISBN: 81-297-0113-8. – 2002.
  • 2. Modelling the Supply Chain -Jeremy F Shapiro, Duxbury – Thomson Learning – ISBN 0-534-37363. -2002.
  • 3. Designing & Managing the Supply Chain -David Simchi Levi, Philip Kaminsky & Edith Simchi Levi – Mc Graw Hill.
  • 4. Supply Chain and Logistics Management – Upendra Kachuru

FACILITIES PLANNING AND DESIGN
Subject Code : 10IP/IM82

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
PLANT LOCATION: Factors influencing plant location, Theories of plant location and location economics. Plant layout-Objectives of plant layout, Principles of plant layout, types of plant layout, their merits and demerits, facilities design function: Objectives, Types of Layout Problems.
7 Hours

UNIT – 2
MATERIAL HANDLING: Objectives and principles of Material handling, Unit load concept, classification of material handling equipment based systems, different types of material handling equipments
6 Hours

UNIT – 3
PLANT DESIGN: Layout procedures: Immer, Nadler, Muther, Apple James and Reed’s approaches, systematic layout planning, activity relationship chart, relationship Diagram, Space relationship diagram to plant layout
7 Hours

UNIT – 4
COMPUTERIZED LAYOUT PLANNING: CRAFT, COFAD, PLANET, CORELAP, ALDEP
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
SPACE DETERMINATION AND AREA ALLOCATION: Factors for consideration in space planning, receiving, storage, production, shipping, tool room and tool crib, other auxiliary service actions, Establishing total space requirement, area allocation factors to be considered, expansion, flexibility, aisles column, area allocation procedure, the plot plan. Sequence demand, Straight line and non directional methods
7 Hours

UNIT – 6
CONSTRUCTION OF THE LAYOUT: Methods of constructing the layout, evaluation of layout, efficiency indices, presenting layout to management
3 Hours
LOCATION MODELS: Single and Multi facility location models, Location allocation problems – quadratic assignment problems.
3 Hours

UNIT – 7
QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES TO FACILITIES PLANNING: Deterministic models, single and multi facility location models, Location allocation problems – quadratic assignment problem, Warehouse layout models, plant location problems.
6 Hours

UNIT – 8
LAYOUT MODELS: Warehouse Layout Models, Waiting line models, Storage models – simple problems, Evaluation, selection and implementation of facilities plan
6 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Plant layout and material handling – James M Apple – John Wiely India Pvt Ltd – 2nd Edition.
  • 2. Facility Layout and location – Francies R.L and White J A – Mc Graw Hill – 2nd Edition.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  • 1. Facilities Design -Sunderesh Heragu – PWS Publishing Company-ISBN- 0-534-95183.
  • 2. Plant Layout Design -James M Moore – Mac Millon Co. -1962 – LCCCN61- 5204
  • 3. Facility Planning – Tompkins White – Wiley India Pvt Ltd – 3rd Edition.

Elective IV (Group D)
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Subject Code : 10IP/IM 831

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
INTRODUCTION: Definition of Organisation Behaviour and Historical development, Environmental context (Information Technology and Globalization, Diversity and Ethics, Design and Cultural, Reward Systems).
4 Hours
THE INDIVIDUAL: Foundation of individual behaviour, Ability
2 Hours

UNIT – 2
LEARNING: Definition, Theories of Learning, Individual Decision Making, classical conditioning, operant conditioning, social making, learning theory, continuous and intermittent reinforcement.
6 Hours

UNIT – 3
PERCEPTION: Definition, Factors influencing perception, attribution theory, selective perception, projection, stereotyping, Halo effect.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
VALUES AND ATTITUDES: Definition – values, Attitudes: Types of values, job satisfaction, job involvement, professional Ethics, Organizational commitment, cognitive dissonance.
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
MOTIVATION: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Mc. Gregor’s theory X and Y, Herzberg’s motivation Hygiene theory, David Mc Cleland three needs theory, Victor Vroom’s expectancy theory of motivation.
7 Hours

UNIT – 6
THE GROUP: Definition and classification of groups, Factors affecting group formation, stages of group development, Norms, Hawthorne studies, group processes, group tasks, group decision making.
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT: Definition of conflict, functional and disfunctional conflict, stages of conflict process.
7 Hours

UNIT – 7
LEADER SHIP: Definition, Behavioural theories – Blake and Mounton managerial grid, Contingency theories – Hersey – Blanchard’s situational theory, Leadership styles – characteristics, Transactional, transformation leaders.
8 Hours

UNIT – 8
THE ORGANIZATION: Mechanistic and Organic structures, Minitberg’s basic elements of organization, Organizational Desings and Employee behaviour, organization development – quality of work life (QWL), Team building.
6 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Organizational Behaviour – Stephen P Robbins -Pearson Education Publications – 9th Edn, ISBN–81–7808–561-5.
  • 2. Organizational Behaviour – Schermerhorn – Wiley India Pvt Ltd – 9th Edn.
  • 3. Management of Organizational Behavious – Paul Henry and Kenneth H. Blanchard – Prentice Hall of India – 1996.
  • 4. Organizational Behaviour – Fred Luthans – Mc Graw Hill International Edition – 9th Edn., ISBN–0–07– 20412–1

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  • 1. Organisation Behaviour – Hellriegel, Srocum and woodman, Thompson Learning – Prentice Hall India – 9th Edition, 2001.
  • 2. Organizational Behaviour – VSP Rao and others – Konark Publishers – 2002.

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
Subject Code : 10IP/IM 832

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
ESSENTIALS OF COMPUTING: Birth of Computing, Evolution of Modern Computing, What is data?, formation Processing, Information Technologies, Evolution of Information Systems, Evolution of Information Systems, Implementation of Organization, Organizational Learning, Traditional Organizational Information Systems, Moderns Organizational Information System, Deployment of Information System.
6 Hours

UNIT – 2
QUALITY, RE-ENGINEERING METHODOLOGIES AND BUSINESS PARADIGMS: Introduction, Industrial Evolution, Quality Methodologies, Control charts, Lot sampling, Process Capability, Value Analysis, Key Characteristics, Total Quality Management – Basic Principles, TQM Structure, Hoshin, TQM Tools, Six Sigma, Re-engineering Methodologies, Business Process Re-engineering, Artificial Intelligence – beginning, Advancements, Approaches, Neural Networks, Expert Systems, Branches of AI, Emerging Business Paradigms – e-business, classification, system, anwedungen, Produkte in der Datenverbeitung, e-business and knowledge Management, Knowledge Management – The information processing paradigm, Knowledge organization.
8 Hours

UNIT – 3
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT – AN INSIGHT: Knowledge Management – Evolution, why now, Limitation of Existing initiatives, value of knowledge, Minimize effort duplication, sharing of best practices, enhanced innovation, imperatives, Organizational knowledge management – The need, key benefits, key benefits parameters, Organizational benefits, core implementation areas, organizational performance, implementation responsibilities, core groups involved, organization barriers, key elements, Organizational knowledge management.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT – AN INSIGHT: The Drivers, Knowledge based driver, technology drivers, Intra – organizational drivers, process drivers, economic drivers, Knowledge Management – Future, Global knowledge economy – characteristics of the knowledge economy, policy implications, business implications, What is knowledge Management, Organizational Knowledge Management Approaches – management structure, funding, Organizational culture and enablers, Technology infrastructure, Organizational knowledge management strategies, Components and function, Learning organization – Knowledge sources, focus on products and processes, Documentation, knowledge dissemination, Organisational learning, value-chaining, skill development.
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
ESSENTIALS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: Introduction, What is Knowledge? – Data, Information and Knowledge, Wisdom, basic Types of Knowledge, Organizational Knowledge management – types, Capital, classification, Knowledge life cycle, Sources, processes, Knowledge Conversion – Organizational knowledge progression, Organizational knowledge management – technology enablers, organizational intellectual / human capital organizational meta knowledge.
6 Hours

UNIT – 6
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES, SYSTEMS AND TOOLS: Introduction, Organizational Knowledge creation – Knowledge networks, Organizational knowledge mapping techniques, core implementation issues, usage, Organizational knowledge spiral, Organizational Knowledge / capture – Implementation methodology, Knowledge Acquisition Tools, Organizational Knowledge indexing, processing, Document Management System, Database Management Systems Data warehouse, Knowledge Analysis – Data mining, On-line analytical processing, Organizational knowledge dissemination.
6 Hours

UNIT – 7
ORGANIZATION KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE AND IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES: Introduction, Developing a KM Framework, Implementation Phases,
Architectural Components, KM Systems Requirements, Tools, KM Systems Components – Implementation Strategies – Awakening phase, Actionable phase, Implementation phase, maintenance and measurement phase, Organizational Organic capabilities architecture – business, Information, Data, Systems, Computer, Layered Knowledge. Organizational knowledge management architecture – key considerations, Organizational knowledge Repositories – structure, Life cycle, Organizational knowledge refineries,
KM applications – Integrative application Interactive application, knowledge processing applicants management, composite application, organizational KM context, Organizational platforms – Enterprises information portals, competitive advantages, enterprise knowledge portal, characteristics, Organizational knowledge measurement framework – Awakening stage, actionable phase, implementation phase, Support phase, Organizational deployment, Organisational knowledge Measurement Techniques – Intangible Assets measurement, intangible Assets Monitor, balanced Scorecard, organizational implementation barriers.
8 Hours

UNIT – 8
K-CAREERS: Introduction, Knowledge Management roles, New organizational roles, Organisational k-role classification, Knowledge management job opportunities – knowledge job approach, generic role requirements, role description, Knowledge architect, Knowledge strategist, Knowledge manager, Research analyst / manager, knowledge management consultant, media specialist, senior market intelligence librarian, ontologies / knowledge engineer, knowledge management specialist, intranet developer / knowledge management content developer, knowledge management director, director of ontologies, ontologist (biological domain), natural language  processing specialist (medical/biomedical), knowledge development manager.
6 Hours

TEXT BOOK:

  • 1. Knowledge Management – Sudhir Warier – Vikas Publishing House – ISBN: 81-259-1363-7.

REFERENCE BOOK:

  • 1. Hand book on Knowledge Management – C W Holsapple, Springer – 2003 Porter M.
  • 2. Management Toolkit: Practical Techniques for Building a Knowledge Management System – Prentice Hall – 1999.
  • 3. An investigation of Knowledge Management characteristics – Joshi K – exington, KY – 1998.

DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS
Subject Code : 10IP/IM 833

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
INTRODUCTION: History of quality engineering: Japan versus U.S. track records. Taguchi Approach to Quality: Definition of quality. loss function, Off-line and On-line quality control. Taguchi’s quality philosophy.
6 Hours

UNIT – 2
BASIC DESIGNS: Completely Randomised Design, Randomised Block Design, Latin Square Designs, one way analysis of variance and two way analysis of variance.
6 Hours

UNIT – 3
FACTORIAL EXPERIMENTATION -TWO LEVELS: Full Factorial Designs: Experimentation as a learning process. Traditional scientific experiments. Two-factor design. Four-factor design, Replicating experiments. Factor interactions.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
FACTORIAL EXPERIMENTATION-EIGHT AND SIXTEEN RUN EXPERIMENTS: Fractional factorial designs based on eight-run experiments, Folding over an eight run and sixteen – run experiment
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
CONSTRUCTING ORTHOGONAL ARRAYS: Counting degrees of freedom, selecting a standard orthogonal array, dummy level technique and compound factor method. Linear graphs and interaction assignment. Modification of linear graphs, column merging method, branching design. Strategy for constructing an orthogonal array. Comparison with the classical statistical experiment design.
7 Hours

UNIT – 6
STEPS IN ROBUST DESIGN: Case study discussion. Noise factors and testing conditions. Quality characteristics and objective functions. Control factors and their levels. Matrix experiment and data analysis plan. Conducting the matrix experiment, data analysis, verification experiment and future plan.
7 Hours

UNIT – 7
SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO FOR STATIC PROBLEMS: Evaluation of sensitivity to noise. S/N ratios for Smaller-the-better, Larger-the-better, Nominal-the-best and Asymmetric Cases
7 Hours

UNIT -8
SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO FOR DYNAMIC PROBLEMS: S/N ratios for Continuous-continuous, continuous-digital, digital-continuous, digitaldigital cases. Introduction to Taguchi Inner and Outer Arrays
7 Hours

TEXTBOOKS:

  • 1. Quality Engineering Using Robust Design – Madhav S. Phadke – Prentice Hall PTR, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632.
  • 2. Design of Experiments – D.C. Montgomery – John Wiley and Sons – 2002.

REFERENCE BOOK:

  • 1. Designing for Quality – an Introduction Best of Taghuchi and Western Methods or Statistical Experimental Design – Robert H. Lochner and Joseph E. Matar – Chapman and Hall Madras – 2nd edition.

ADVANCED OPERATIONS RESEARCH
Subject Code : 10IP/IM 834

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Two phase simplex method, Revised simplex algorithm and its applications.
6 Hours

UNIT – 2
ADVANCED LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Sensitivity analysis, Integer Programming –graphical technique and Gomory’s technique.
7 Hours

UNIT – 3
SPECIAL TYPE OF LPP: Solutions of Assignment and Travelling salesman problems using Branch and Bound Approach. GOAL PROGRAMMING: Introduction and simple formulation.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING: Kuhn – Tucker conditions, QPP – solution using Wolfes algorithm
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING: Characteristics and DP model, Computational procedure -Simple problems only
6 Hours

UNIT – 6
ADVANCED CPM TECHNIQUES: CPM – Elements of crashing, least cost project scheduling. Flow in networks; Determination of shortest route, Determination of Maximum flow through the networks, Minimal Spanning Tree. Resource Allocation for optimal utilisation of resources
8 Hours

UNIT – 7
QUEING THEORY: M/Ek/1, M/D/1, M/M/C and MG1
6 Hours

UNIT – 8
MARKOV CHAINS: Discrete Stochastic Process, Markovian process, Stationary Markov chains, Markov diagrams, Ergodic and Absorbing Markov chains, Steady State probabilities, stochastic matrix transition, matrix and their applications. 7 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Introduction to Operation Research -Taha H A – Prentice Hall of India – 6th edition, 1999.
  • 2. Principles of Operations Research theory and Practice -Philips, Ravindram and Soleberg– Theory and Practice – Wiley India Pvt Ltd.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  • 1. Introduction to Operation Research -Hiller and Libermann – McGraw Hill – 5th edn.
  • 2. Operations Research -S.D. Sharma – Kedarnath, Ramnath & Co – 1996
  • 3. Operations Research Theory and Application – J K Sharma – Pearson Education Pvt Ltd – 2nd Edn – ISBN-0333-92394-4.

DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Subject Code : 10IP/IM 835

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
DATABASES AND DATABASE USERS: Introduction, characteristics of data base approach, intended uses of a DBMS, advantages and implication of database approach.
2 Hours
DATABASE SYSTEMS CONCEPTS AND ARCHITECTURE: Data models, Schemas and instances, DBMS architecture and data independence, database languages and interfaces, database system environment, classification of data base management systems.
5 Hours

UNIT – 2
DATA MODELING: High level conceptual data models for database design. Entity types, entity sets, attributes, and keys. Relationships, relationship types, roles and structural constraints. Weak entity types. ER diagrams
6 Hours

UNIT – 3
RECORD STORAGE AND PRIMARY FILE ORGANIZATION: Secondary storage devices, buffering of blocks, placing file records on disk, operations on files, heap files and sorted files, hashing techniques.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
INDEX STRUCTURE OF FILES: Single-level and multilevel ordered indexes, dynamic multi level indices using B-trees and B+ trees.
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
RELATIONAL DATA MODEL AND RELATIONAL ALGEBRA: Brief discussion on Codd rules, relational model concepts, constraints and schemas. Update operation on relations, basic and additional relational algebra operations and queries in relational algebra. Structured Query Language (SQL): Data definition in SQL2. Basic and complex queries in SQL. Insert, delete, update statements, and views in SQL, embedded SQL.
9 Hours

UNIT – 6
DATABASE DESIGN: Design guidelines for relational schemes, functional Dependencies, normalization -1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th normal forms. Database design process, factors influencing physical database design guidelines and guidelines for relational systems.
6 Hours

UNIT – 7
SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION: System cat log for RDBMS, transaction processing and system concepts, properties of transactions, brief discussion on concurrency, control and recovery techniques, database security and authorization.
6 Hours

UNIT – 8
BRIEF DISCUSSION ON: Distributed databases, Objected oriented databases, next generation databases and interfacing with other technologies.
6 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Fundamentals of database systems -Ramez Elmasri and Shamkanth B. Navathe – Addison Wesley Publishing Company – 6th Edition.
  • 2. Database Management System – Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke – TATA McGraw Hill – 3rd Edition – ISBN 0-07- 1231511

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  • 1. Database Management Design – Gary W. Hansen and James V. Hanesn – PHI Pvt. Ltd. – 2nd Edition.

ADVANCED JOINING PROCESSES & NDT
Subject Code : 10IP 836

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT –I
METAL SURFACING AND SPRAYING: Introduction, Types of wear, types of surfacing, surfacing methods, selection of surfacing process, selection of a surfacing material, surfacing procedure, applications. Introduction to metal spraying, process steps, metallizing materials and their selection. Coating characteristics and evaluation, Applications.
7 Hours

UNIT -II
WELDING IN SPACE AND LOW GRAVITY ENVIRONMENT: Need, Application of electron beam welding, laser beam welding, gas tungsten arc welding with advantage and limitations, metallurgy of low gravity welds.
6 Hours

UNIT –III
UNDERWATER WELDING PROCESSES: Introduction, problems encountered in underwater welding, types of underwater welding, characteristics of a good underwater welding process, methods of underwater welding, Applications. 6 Hours

UNIT -IV
WELDING OF PLASTICS AND COMPOSITES: Principle of welding plastics, common weldable plastics, welding joint design, surface preparation, plastic welding processes, principle of operation, equipment required, Advantages, Applications. Introduction to Composites, methods preferred welding composites. Induction welding, ultrasonic welding, GTAW, Magnetically Impelled Arc Butt Welding (MIAB) 7 Hours

PART – B

UNIT -V
INTRODUCTION TO ND TESTING: Selection of ND methods, visual inspection, leaks testing Liquid penetration inspection, its advantages and limitations. Magnetic Particle Inspection: Methods of generating magnetic fields – types of magnetic particles and suspension liquids – steps in inspection – application and limitations. Eddy Current Inspection: Principles, operation variables, procedure, inspection coils, and detectable discounts by the method. 7 Hours

UNIT -VII
ULTRA SONIC INSPECTION: Basic equipment characteristics of ultra sonic waves, variables in inspection, inspection methods – pulse echo A, B, C, scans, transmission, resonance techniques, transducer elements, couplets, search units, contact types and immersion types. 6 Hours

UNIT -VIII
RADIOGRAPHIC INSPECTION: Principles, radiation sources, x-rays and gamma rays: x-rays tubes, radio graphic films, screens and filters, image intensifiers, technique charts, industrial radiography, electro-radiography, image quality, radiographic sensitivity, electron neutron radiography.
7 Hours

UNIT -VIII
INDUSTRIAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY: Basic principles, capabilities, and comparison with other NDE methods – application of ICT. Thermal inspection principles, equipment inspection methods applications.
6 Hours

TEXT BOOKS

  • 1. Welding processes and Technology – Dr. R. S. Parmar., – Khanna Publications, 2nd Edition.
  • 2. A Text book of welding Technology – O.P. Khanna.,– Dhanapat Rai and Sons
  • 3. Non-destructive testing- McGonnagle J.J.,– garden and reach, Newyork (Latest edition)

REFERENCE BOOKS

  • 1. Non-destructive evaluation and quality control – Vol.17 of Metals Handbook, 9th edition – Asia internal 1989.
  • 2. The testing inspection of Engg. Materials – Davis H.E., Troxell G.E., Wiskovil C.T., McGraw Hill (Latest Edition).
  • 3. ASM Handbook – Welding, brazing and soldering, Vol. 6, 2005

Elective V (Group E)
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & EXPERT SYSTEMS
Subject Code : 10IP/IM841

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: Introduction, definition, underlying assumption, important of AI, AI & related fields State space representations, defining a problem, production systems and its characteristic, search and control strategies – Introduction, preliminary concepts, examples of Search problems.
6 Hours

UNIT – 2
UNIFORMED OR PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS: Examples of search problems, Uniformed or Blind Search, Informed Search, Or Graphs, Heuristic Search techniques – Generate and Test, Hill climbing, best first search, problem reduction, constraint satisfaction, Means – Ends Analysis.
8 Hours

UNIT – 3
KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION ISSUES: Representations and Mapping, Approaches, Issues in Kr, Types of Knowledge procedural Vs Declarative, Logic programming, Forward Vs Backward reasoning, Matching, Non monotonic reasoning and it logic.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
USE OF PREDICATE LOGIC: Representing simple facts, Instance and is a relationships, Syntax and Semantics for Propositional logic, FOPL, and properties of Wffs, conversion to causal form, Resolution, Natural deduction
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
STATISTICAL AND PROBABILISTIC REASONING: Symbolic reasoning under uncertainly, Probability and Bayes’ theorem, Certainty factors and Rule based systems, Bayesian Networks, Dempster – Shafer Theory, Fuzzy Logic 8 Hours

UNIT – 6
EXPERT SYSTEMS: Introduction, Structure and uses, Representing and using domain knowledge, Expert system shells. Pattern recognition, Introduction, Recognition and classification process, Learning classification Patterns, Recognizing and Understanding Speech. 6 Hours

UNIT – 7
INTRODUCTION TO KNOWLEDGE ACUQISTION: Types of learning, General learning model, and performance measures.
6 Hours

UNIT – 8
TYPICAL EXPERT SYSTEMS: MYCIN, Variants of MYCIN, PROSPECTOR, DENDRAL, PUFF etc.
INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE LEARNING: Perceptons, Checker Playing examples, Learning, Automata, Genertic Algorithms, Intelligent Editors.
6 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Artificial intelligence – Elaine Rich & Kevin Knight – M/H – 1983.
  • 2. Artificial intelligence in business, Science & Industry – Wendry B.Ranch – Ph – Vol II application, 1985.
  • 3. A.guide to expert systems – waterman, D.A., Addison – wesley inc. – 1986.
  • 4. Building expert systems – Hayes, Roth, Waterman, D.A (ed) – AW – 1983.
  • 5. Designing expert systems – weis, S.M. and Kulliknowske – London Champion Hull – 1984.

JUST IN TIME MANUFACTURING
Subject Code : 10IP/IM 842

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
JIT-AN INTRODUCTION: Speed of JIT movement, the new production system research association of Japan, some definitions of JIT, core Japanese practices of JIT, creating continuous manufacture, enabling JIT to occur, basic element of JIT, benefits of JIT.
6 Hours

UNIT – 2
MODERN PRODUCTION SYSTEM: Key feature of Toyota’s production system, basic framework of Toyota production system. KANBAN SYSTEM – other types of kanban’s, kanban rules, adapting to fluctuations in demand through kanban, whirligig, determining the number of kanban’s in Toyota production system, detailed kanban system example, supplier kanban and the sequence schedule for use by suppliers.
6 Hours

UNIT – 3
PRODUCTION SMOOTHING IN TOYOTA PRODUCTION SYSTEM: production planning, production smoothing, adaptability to demand fluctuations, sequencing method for the mixed model assembly line to realize smoothed production, Criticism of Toyota production system by the communist party of Japan. EDP system for support of the Toyota Production system. Shortening lead time in Toyota Production system – reducing the setup time. Automation in Toyota production system, some comparisons with other manufacturers.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
GLOBAL IMPLEMENTATION OF JIT: JIT in automotive industry, JIT in electronics, computer, telecommunication and instrumentation, JIT in process type industry, JIT in seasonal demand industry, other manufacturing industries, JIT in service and administrative operations, conclusion.
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT – 5
JIT IMPLIMENTATION SURVEYS: JIT implementation in US manufacturing firms-analysis of survey results, just in time manufacturing industries, just in time production in West Germany, just in time production in Hong Kong electronics indu8stry, conclusion.
6 Hours

UNIT – 6
DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF JIT MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: plant configurations and flow analysis for JIT manufacturing, comparison of JIT’s “demand pull” system with conventional “push type” planning and control systems, quality management system for JIT, product design for JIT human resource management in JIT, flexible workforce system at Toyota, creation and maintenance of teams for JIT, union organization and conduct of industrial relations in JIT, interface of JIT with advanced manufacturing technology, assessing performance in JIT manufacturing systems, product costing information systems in JIT manufacturing, an example of overhead allocation in JIT, potential for developing countries, potential for small manufacturing.
9 Hours

UNIT – 7
SUPPLY MANAGEMENT FOR JIT: JIT purchasing-the Japanese way, some studies in JIT purchasing, experience of implementation organizations, surveys of JIT purchasing, buyer-seller relationship in JIT purchasing, Quality certification of suppliers in JIT purchasing, some problems in implementation of JIT purchasing, reduction freight costs in JIT purchasing, monitoring supplier performance for JIT purchasing, audit in JIT purchasing, implementation of JIT to international sourcing, frequency of shipments, inventory policy, supplier reaction capability, quality, communication sole sourcing, delivery performance and supplier flexibility, conclusion.
7 Hours

UNIT – 8
FRAMEWORK FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF JIT: Implementation risk, risks Due to inappropriate understanding of JIT, risks due to technical, operational and people problems, risks associated with kanban system, some important activities to be performed during implementation, steps in implementation, a project work to approach to implementation, conclusion.
6 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Just In Time Manufacturing – M.G. Korgaonker – Macmillan India Ltd. – 1992.
  • 2. Japanese Manufacturing Techniques – Richard J. Schonberger – The Free Press – Macmillan Pub. Co., Inc. New York – 1988.

AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURE
Subject Code : 10IP/IM843

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT- 1
INTRODUCTION: Definition of Automation, Reasons for Automation, Arguments for and against Automation, Manufacturing industries, Types of Productions, Functions in Manufacturing, Organization & Information processing in Manufacturing. 6 Hours

UNIT- 2
PRODUCTION CONCEPTS & MATHEMATICAL MODELS: Manufacturing Load Time(MLT), Components of operation time, Capacity, Utilization, Availability, Work in Process(WIP), Automation Strategies. (Including numericals) 7 Hours

UNIT- 3
PRODUCTION COST ANALYSIS METHODS OF EVALUATING INVESTMENT ALTERNATIVES: Costs in Manufacturing, Break-even Analysis, Unit Cost of Production, Cost of Manufacturing Lead Time & Work-in-process, Other Difficult-to-quantify Factors. 7 Hours

UNIT- 4
DETROIT-TYPE OF AUTOMATION: Automated Flow Lines, Methods of Work part Transport, Transfer Mechanism, Buffer Storage, Control Functions, Automation for Machining Operations, Design & Fabrication Considerations. 6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT- 5
ANALYSIS OF AUTOMATED FLOW LINES: General Terminology & Analysis, Analysis of Transfer Lines without storage, Partial Automation, Automated Flow Lines with storage buffers, Computer simulation of Automated Flow Lines. (Including Numericals). 7 Hours

UNIT – 6
ANALYSIS OF ASSEMBLY SYSTEMS & LINE BALANCING: The assembly process, Assembly Systems, Manual Assembly Lines, Line balancing problem, Methods of line balancing, Computerized Line Balancing Methods, Other ways to improve line balancing, Flexible Manual Assembly Lines, Design for automated assembly, Types of automated assembly systems, Parts feeding devices, Analysis of multi station assembly machines, Analysis of single station assembly machine. (Including Numericals).
7 Hours

UNIT- 7
AUTOMATED MATERIAL HANDLING AND STORAGE SYSTEMS: The Materials Handling Function, Types of material handling equipments, Analysis for Material Handling Systems, Design of systems, Conveyor systems, Automated guided vehicle systems, Storage system performance, Automated storage & retrieval system, Carousal storage system, Work in process storage, Interfacing handling & storage with manufacturing.
6 Hours

UNIT- 8
AUTOMATED INSPECTION AND TESTING: Statistical quality control, Automated inspection principles & methods, Sensor technologies for automated inspection, Co-ordinate measuring machines, other contact inspection methods, Machine vision, Optical inspection methods, Non- Contact inspection methods. 6 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Automation Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing – Mikell P. Groover – PHI, New Delhi – 2003.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  • 1. CAD/CAM – Mikell P. Groover and Emory W. Zimmers – PHI, New Delhi – 2003.
  • 2. Numerical Control and Computer aided Manufacture – Pressman and Williams – PHI – 1991.

PRODUCT DESIGN & MANUFACTURING
Subject Code : 10IP 844

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT – 1
Introduction To product Design: Asimow’s Model : Definition of product Design, Design by Evaluation, Design by Innovation, Essential Factors of Product Design, Production-Consumption Cycle, Flow and Value Addition in the Production-Consumption Cycle, The Morphology of Design ( The seven Phase), Primary Design phase and flowcharting , role of Allowance, Process Capability, and Tolerance in Detailed Design and Assembly.
6 Hours

UNIT – 2
Product Design Practice And Industry: Introduction, Product Strategies, Time to Market, Analysis of the Product, The three S’s, Standardization, Renard Series ( Preferred Numbers), Simplification, The designer and His Role, The Designer: Myth and Reality, The Industrial Design Organization, Basic Design Consideration, Problems faced by Industrial! Designer, Procedure adopted by Industrial Designers, Types of Models designed by Industrial Designers, What the Designer contributes, Role of Aesthetics in product Design, Functional Design Practice.
6 Hours

UNIT – 3
Review of Strength Stiffness And Rigidity Consideration In Product Design: Principal stress Trajectories (Force – Flow Lines), Balanced Design, Criteria and Objective of design, Material Toughness: Resilience, Designing  for Uniform Strength, Tension vis-à-vis Compression. 4 Hours
Designing With Plastic, Rubber, Ceramics and Wood: Approach to Design with Plastic, Plastic Bush Bearings, Gears in plastic, Fasteners in plastic, Rubber parts, Design Recommendation for Rubber parts, Distortion in Rubber, Dimensional Effects Tolerances, Ceramics and Glass parts, production Design Factors for Ceramics parts, Special Considerations for Design of Glass parts, Dimensional Factors and Tolerances, Wood.
4 Hours

UNIT – 4
Design of production – Metal Parts: Producibility Requirements in the Design of Machine Components, Forging Design, Pressed Components Design, Casting Design for Machining Ease, The Role of process Engineer, Ease of Location and Clamping, Some Additional Aspects of production Design, Die Casting and Special Casting, Design for Powder Metallurgical Parts, Expended Metal and Wire Forms. 6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT –5
Optimization In Design: Introduction, Siddal’s Classification of Design Approaches, Optimization by Differential Calculus, Lagrange Multiplies, Linear Programming (Simplex Method), Geometric Programming, Johnson’s Method of optimum Design. 6 Hours

UNIT –6
Economic Factors Influencing Design: Product value, Design for Safety, Reliability and Environmental Considerations, Manufacturing operations in relation to Design, Economic Analysis, Profit and Competitiveness, Breakeven Analysis, Economics of a New product Design (Samuel Eilon Model).
6 Hours

UNIT – 7
Human Engineering Considerations In Product Design: Introduction, Human being as Applicator of Forces, Anthropometry: Man as occupant of Space, the Design of Controls, The Design of Displays, Man/Machine Information Exchange. 5 Hours
Modern Approaches To Product Design: Concurrent Design, Quality Function Deployment (QFD). 2 Hours

UNIT – 8
Value Engineering and product Design: Introduction, Historical perspective, What is value? Nature and Measurement of value, Maximum value, normal Degree of value, Importance of value, The value Analysis job plan, Creative, Steps to problem – solving and value Analysis, value Analysis Test, value Engineering Idea Study on Tap Switch Control Assembly, Material and process Selection in value Engineering . 7 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Product Design and Manufacturing – A.C. Chitale and R.C. Gupta – PHI.
  • 2. Product Design & Development – Karl T. Ulrich & Steven D., Epinger Tata. – Mc Graw Hill – 3rd Edition, 2003

REFERENCES BOOKS:

  • 1. Product Design – Kevin otto and Kristini – wood Pearson Education – 2004.
  • 2. New product Development – Tim Jones, Butterworth Heinmam, Oxford – UIC -1997.
  • 3. New product Development: Design & Analysis – Roland Engene Kinetovicz – John Wiley and Sons Inc., N.Y. – 1990.
  • 4. Successful Product Design – Bill Hollins, Stwout Pugh, Butterworth – London 1990.
  • 5. Design for Assembly, a Designer,s Hand book – Boothroyod & Dewhurst P. – University of Massachusets, Amherst – 1983.

ENGINEERING SYSTEM DESIGN
Subject Code : 10IP 845

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART– A

UNIT – 1
INTRODUCTION: What is Designing?, Early Man as a Designer, Design by evolution, Examples, Inadequacy of Evolutionary Method in Modern Design Situation, Systems Approach to Engineering Problems. 3 Hours
THE DESIGN PROCESS: The Structure of the Design Process, Morphology of Design, Design Process-Decision Making and Iteration.
3 Hours

UNIT – 2
IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF NEED: Realization of Need, preliminary Need Statement, Analysis of Need Specifications, standards of Performance, Environmental factors, Resources and Constraints, Examples.
6 Hours

UNIT – 3
ORIGINATION OF DESIGN CONCEPTS: Solving the Design Problem- Creativity, The Creative Attitude, The Creative Process, Mental Fixity, Creativity by Analogy with Systems, Use of Check Lists.
6 Hours

UNIT – 4
SOME DESIGN METHODS: Strategies for Search for Design Concepts, Morphological Analysis, Analysis of Interconnected Decision Area, Brain Storming, Synectics, Examples to Demonstrate the use of Each Technique.
7 Hours

PART– B

UNIT – 5
THE DESIGN DECISION: The Place of Decision Making in Designing, A Measure of Physical Realizability- Example, Economic and Financial Feasibility, The Quality of Design, The concept of utility, Using Utility for Design Selection, Multi-Criteria Decisions, Decision Making Under conditions of Chance Variation. 7 Hours

UNIT – 6
DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN: From Concept to Product, Designing for Function, Designing for Production, Designing for Shipping, Handling, and Installing, Designing for Use, Designing for Maintenance, Compatibility Analysis, The Detailed Design. 6 Hours

UNIT – 7
ECONOMICS, OPTIMIZATION AND RELIABILITY IN ENGINEERING DESIGN (NO NUMERICAL PROBLEMS): Place of Economics in Design, Quick Revision of Economic Concepts such as Fixed costs, Variable Costs, BEP, Designing for Profit, Need for Optimization, Quick revision of Optimization through Linear Programming.
6 Hours

UNIT – 8
RELIABILITY: Introduction, A Measure of Reliability, Reliability of Assembled Systems –Series, Parallel, and their Combination.
3 Hours
HUMAN FACTORS IN DESIGN: Introduction, Man-Machine Interface, Displays and controls, actors influencing their Design, Examples.
5 Hours

TEXT BOOK:

  • 1. An introduction to engineering Design Methods – Vijay Gupta and P.N. Murthy – Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company Limited.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  • 1. The Creative Problem Solver’s Tool box – A complete Course in the Art of Creating Solutions to Problems of any kind – Richard Fobes – University Press – 1999.
  • 2. How to be better at Creativity? The industrial Society – Geoffrey Petty.

AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
Subject Code : 10IP 846

IA Marks : 25
Exam Marks : 100

PART – A

UNIT-1
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOBILE SYSTEMS: Spark Ignition (SI) and Compression Ignition (CI) engines, Cylinder arrangements, and their relative merits. Cylinder liners, Piston, Connecting rod, Crank shaft, Valves and Valve actuating mechanisms, Valve and port timing diagrams. Types of combustion chambers. Methods of swirl generation, choice of materials for various engine components. Cooling requirements, methods of cooling, thermostat valves. Different lubricating systems. 8 Hours

UNIT-2
FUELS, FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEMS FOR SI AND CI ENGINES: Conventional fuels, alternative fuels, Normal and abnormal combustion, Cetane and Octane numbers. Fuel mixture requirements for SI engines, types of carburettors, CD and CC carburettors, multi point and single point fuel injection systems, fuel transfer pumps, fuel filters, fuel injection pumps and injectors. 6 Hours

UNIT-3
IGNITION SYSTEMS: Battery Ignition system, Magneto Ignition system, Transistor assisted contacts, Electronic ignition. Automatic Ignition advance for load and speed. 6 Hours

UNIT -4
SUPER CHARGERS AND TURBO CHARGERS: Naturally aspired engines, Forced Induction, Types of Superchargers, Turbochargers construction and operation, Intercooler, Turbocharger lag.
6 Hours

PART – B

UNIT -5
POWER TRANSMISSION: TYPES OF CLUTCHES: Single plate, Multi plate and Centrifugal clutches. Fluid Flywheel. Numerical calculations for torque transmission by clutches. Gear Box: Necessity for gear ratios in transmission, Synchromesh gear boxes, Three, Four and Five Speed gear boxes. Overdrive, Torque convertors. Epicyclic gear boxes, Principle of automatic transmission. Calculations of road resistance and tractive effort, calculation of gear ratios.
8 Hours

UNIT-6
DRIVE TO WHEELS: Propeller shaft & Universal joints, Hotchkiss and Torque tube drives. Differential, rear axle, different arrangements of fixing the wheel to rear axle, Steering geometry, & steering gears, centre point steering, Wheel attitudes, Camber, Caster, King pin Inclination, Toe-in and Toe-out. Over steer, Under steer and Neutral Steer.
6 Hours

UNIT-7
SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND TYRES: Suspension requirements, Torsion bar, Leaf spring, Coil spring, Independent suspension for front and rear wheels. Air suspension system.
BRAKES: Different types of braking systems: Mechanical, air-brakes, vaccum and hydraulic braking systems. Construction and working of master and wheel cylinders. Disc brakes and drum brakes. Anti-lock Braking system.
Tyres: Types of tyres causes and types of tyre wears. 6 Hours

UNIT -8
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND AUTOMOTIVE EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS: Electrical system: Generator, voltage regulator, cut-out starter. Automotive emission controls, controlling crankcase emissions, evaporative emissions. Cleaning the exhaust gas. Exhaust gas recirculation.Air-injection system, Air-aspirator system, Catalytic convetors. Emission Standards: Euro-I, II, III and IV Norms. 6 Hours

TEXT BOOKS:

  • 1. Automotive Mechanics – S. Srinivasan – Tata McGraw Hill – 2003.
  • 2. Automobile Engineering – Kirpal Singh – Standard Publishers and Distributers – Vol I and II, 2002.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  • 1. Automotive Engineering – R. B. Gupta – Satya Prakashan – 4th Edition,1984.
  • 2. Automobile Mechanics: Principles and Practices – Joseph Heiter – D Van Nostrand Company Inc.
  • 3. Automobile Mechanics – Crouse – Tata McGraw Hill – 10th Edition, 2007.
  • 4. Problems in Automobile Mechanics – N.K. Giri – Khanna Publishers – 4th Edition, 1988.
  • 5. Internal Combustion Engines – Mathur and Sharma – Dhanpath Rai and Sons – 1994.

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