Approved by AICTE New Delhi ,Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University , Govt. of India Recognized and Certified.

Institute Institute Awarded with NAAC "B" Grade

Mechanical Engg.

Course Outcomes, Program Outcomes and Program Specific Outcomes

Course Outcomes:-

First Year Engineering

Course code and Name: 102003 - Systems In Mechanical Engineering

102003.1:

Describe and compare the conversion of energy from renewable and non-renewable energy sources

102003.2:

Explain basic laws of thermodynamics, heat transfer and their applications

102003.3:

List down the types of road vehicles and their specifications

102003.4:

Illustratevariousbasicpartsandtransmissionsystemofaroadvehicle

102003.5:

Discuss several manufacturing processes and identify the suitable process

102003.6:

Explain various types of mechanism and its application

Course code and Name: 111006 - Workshop

111006.1:

Familiar with safety norms to prevent any mishap in workshop.

111006.2:

Able to handle appropriate hand tool, cutting tool and machine tools to manufacture a job.

111006.3:

Abletounderstandtheconstruction,workingandfunctionsofmachine tools and theirparts.

111006.4:

Abletoknowsimpleoperations(TurningandFacing)onacentrelathe.

Course code and Name: 102012- Engineering Graphics

102012.1:

Draw the fundamental engineering objects using basic rules and able to construct the simple geometries.

102012.2:

Construct       the        various       engineering   curves    using the                 drawing instruments.

102012.3:

Apply the concept of orthographic projection of an object to draw several 2D views and its sectional views for visualizing the physical state of the object.

102012.4:

Apply the visualization skill to draw a simple isometric projection from given orthographic views precisely using drawing equipment.

102012.5:

Drawthedevelopmentoflateralsurfacesforcutsectionofgeometrical solids.

102012.6:

Draw fully-dimensioned 2D, 3D drawings using computer aided drafting tools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Second Year Engineering

Course code and Name: 207002 - Engineering Mathematics III

207002.1:

Solve higher order differential equations and apply to modeling and analyzing mass spring systems

207002.2:

Apply Laplace transform and Fourier transform techniques to solve differential equations involved in vibration theory, heat transfer and similar engineering problems

207002.3:

Apply statistical methods like correlation, regression analysis in

analyzing, interpreting experimental data and probability theory in testing and quality control

207002.4:

Apply vector differentiation and integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to fluid flow problems.

207002.5:

Solvevariouspartialdifferentialequationssuchaswaveequation,one and two dimensional heat flowequations

 

 

Course Code and Name: 202041- Manufacturing Process-I

202041.1:

Define and Explain various manufacturing processes such as casting, metal forming, joining, sheet metal working, lathe operations.

202041.2:

Analyze different process parameters for different manufacturing processes such as casting process, metal forming process, sheet metal working and centre lathe.

202041.3:

Solve numerical of different manufacturing processes such as casting process, metal forming process, sheet metal working and center lathe.

Course Code and Name: 202042- Computer Aided Machine Drawing

202042.1:

Create 2D sketches with geometrical and dimensional constraints

202042.2:

Create Parametric 3D modelling of Machine Component

202042.3:

Create  assemblies of  Mechanical              Systems  from          3D            modeled mechanicalcomponents.

202042.4:

Generate 2D production drawings of the parts and assembly with appropriate tolerances.

Course Code and Name: 202043- Thermodynamics

202043.1:

Remember and apply fundamental concepts of thermodynamics to understand science of thermodynamic system

202043.2:

Derive expression for various thermodynamics processes to establish relation between different thermodynamic properties in consideration with Ideal gas equation and solve numerical to find different thermodynamics properties.

202043.3:

Compare and estimate performance of various gas power cycle to identify difference between ideal and natural processes.

202043.4:

Estimate performance of vapour (steam) power cycle and vapour compression cycle and use of steam table

202043.5:

Evaluate heat balance sheet for boiler to understand real life

performance of steam boiler

202043.6:

Solve psychometric problems using psychometric charts.

Course code and Name: 202044- Material Science

202044.1:

Explain the defects in the materials affecting mechanical properties and summarize strengthening of metals by cold working and hot working

202044.2:

Determine the different properties of material by studying Destructive and Non-destructive testing.

202044.3

Explain the concepts of corrosion ,prevention methods, and different surface modification methods

202044:.4

Prescribe proper metal, alloys, non-metals and powder metallurgical components for specific requirement/applications.

Course code and Name: 202051- Strength of Materials

202051.1:

DEFINE Various type of stresses developed on structural members subjected to tension, compression and direct shear

202051.2:

SOLVE Shear force and bending moment diagram for various type of transverse loading and support

202051.3:

COMPUTE the bending stresses using Flexural formula and shear stresses in

202051.4:

COMPUTE the slope and deflection at any location on a beam

202051.5

CALCULATE torsional shear stresses in shaft and buckling of column using Euler's and Rankine's theory.

202051:.6

APPLY the concept of principle stresses and interpret with analytical and graphical methods for 2D structure with static loading and IDENTIFY the fundamental elements involved in the mechanical design of engineering structures failure, safety criterion

Course code and Name: 202045 - Fluid Mechanics

202045.1:

Define Fundamental Properties Of Fluid And Discuss Fluid Statics

202045.2:

Explain Kinematics Of Flow Properties

202045.3:

Apply Euler's & Bernoulli's Equation For The Solution Of Fluids

202045.4:

Explain Concept Of Internal Flow And Explain Velocity Distribution For Laminar & Turbulent Flow

202045.5:

Determine Friction Losses Using Darcy-Weisbach Equation

202045.6:

Utilize Boundary Layer Concept To Determine Drag And Lift Force

Course code and Name: 202047 - Soft Skills

202047.1:

Develop analytical perspective of self (SWOT) guiding the apsired achievement.

202047.2:

Demonstrate listening and com-prehending skills.

202047.3:

Demonstrate effective communica-tions skills in business environ- ment.

202047.4:

Write a professional resume for jobs and internships in the desired

domain.

202047.5:

Developthedexterityinassertionandarticulationondifferenttopicsof discussion.

202047.6

Develop an attitudinal and behav-ioral change for working in a team

 

 

Course code and Name: 202048Theory of Machines I

202048.1:

Explain various mechanism and its Application.

202048.2:

Evaluate static and dynamic force analysis of reciprocating engine mechanism.

202048.3:

Compute torque transmitting capacity of clutches, brakes and dynamometers.

202048.4:

Solve problem of velocity and acceleration analysis for simple mechanism by analytical method.

202048.5:

Draw velocity and acceleration diagram for simple mechanism by graphical method.

Course code and Name: 202049Engineering Metallurgy

 

 

202049.1:

EXPLAIN  formation  of  metals and alloys  based on equilibrium diagrams and change in property due tomicrostructure.

202049.2:

DISTINGUISH between microscopic and macroscopic analysis of metals.

202049.3:

DIFFERENTIATE steels based on Iron -Iron carbide equilibrium diagram and micro-structure property relationship.

202049.4:

DETERMINE various heat treatment processes of steel based on applications.

202049.5:

DESCRIBE the designation of the steels and identify various types of steels

202049.6

EXPLAIN and USE non ferrous metals and its alloys based on its composition and applications.

Course code and Name: 202050Applied Thermodynamics

 

 

202050.1:

CLASSIFY Classify & Explain IC Engine with Valve Timing diagram. and CLASSIFY Compare fuel air cycle with air standard cycle.

202050.2:

EXPLAIN Explain different combustion stages of SI and CI engine and effect of different variable on combustion

202050.3:

DISCUSS Discuss different fuel supply system and effect of knocking and detonation on combustion in IC engines.

202050.4:

ESTIMATE Determine various performance parameters, characteristic curves, heat balance sheet for SI and CI Engine.

202050.5:

EXPLAIN Explain various auxillary systems of IC engine and exhaust emission norms.

202050.6:

DESCRIBE Describe construction, working of various types of reciprocatingandrotarycompressorswithperformancecalculationsof positive displacementcompressors.

 

 

Course code and Name: 203152Electrical and Electronics Engineering

 

 

203152.1:

Explain the construction and operation of DC Machines and 3-Phase

Induction Motors.

203152.2:

Compute the performance parameters of DC Machines and 3- Phase Induction Motor

203152.3:

Develop the ability to select suitable DC Motors, 3- Phase Induction Motor and 1- Phase Motors for given applications.

203152.4:

Explain the difference between Microcontroller and Microprocessor.

203152.5:

Demonstrate the interfacing of LED and Stepper Motor using any IDE software

Course code and Name: 202053Machine Shop I

202053.1:

SUMMARIZE plastic moulding process and LIST the tools used

202053.2:

CREATE machine component like spur gear using different machining operations like turning & milling

202053.3:

OPERATE surface grinder to maintain accuracy within specified tolerance limit

202053.4:

USE power press to manufacture sheet metal component using processes like punching, forming, trimming

Third Year Engineering

Course code and Name: 302041 Design of Machine Elements-I

302041.1

Design different machine elements like shaft, keys, cotter and knuckle joints, levers.

302041.2

Determine finite and infinite life of machine elements subjected to fluctuating loads.

302041.3

Design threaded and welded joint for various loading and supporting conditions.

302041.4

Design power screws, C clamps & screw jack for various applications.

302041.5

Design helical compression & tension springs for strength & stiffness.

Course code and Name: 302042 Heat Transfer

302042.1

Define various modes of heat transfer and governing laws of conduction, convection and radiation.

302042.2

Apply heat conduction equation to thermal system with & without internal heat generation and transient heat conduction.

302042.3

Analyze heat transfer rate in natural and forced convection.

302042.4

Interpret heat transfer by radiation between objects with simple geometries.

302042.5

Analyze heat transfer equipments and investigate the performance.

Course Code and Name: 302043 Theory of Machines-II

302043.1

Explain terminology, law, forces & various concepts of gear and use it to Solve the numerical.

302043.2

Analyze speed and torque in different types of gear train using tabular or analytical method.

302043.3

Draw cam profile for various types of follower & follower motion.

302043.4

Synthesize four bar and slider crank mechanism with analytical and graphical method.

302043.5

Analyze the gyroscopic couple & it's effect for stabilization of ship,aeroplane & four wheeler vehicle.

Course Code and Name: 302044 Turbo Machines

302044.1

Define impulse momentum principle and working principle of turbo machines.

302044.2

Determine performance of hydraulic turbines and draw the performance characteristics of Pelton wheel, Francis and Kaplan turbine.

302044.3

Explain the working principle of steam turbine and governing of steam turbines.

302044.4

Illustrate construction and working principle and evaluate the performance characteristics of energy consuming turbo machines.

Course Code and Name: 302045 Metrology and Quality Control

302045.1

Classify, List and Use the accurate and precise instrument for inspection of geometric and dimensional measurement, standard used and errors in the measurement.

302045.2

Design the inspection gauge and Able to analyse gear and thread metrology parameters.

302045.3

Operate comparators, interferometers during measurements and Outline advancement in metrological techniques like CMM, Machine vision system and Lasers.

302045.4

Describe concept of quality, appropriate quality management system and improvement of quality deployment.

302045.5

Analyse the processes of quality control using statistical quality control, acceptance sampling and improvement using total quality management tools.

Course Code and Name: 302046 Skill Development

302046.1

Select appropriate tools and tackles used in machine assembly shop.

302046.2

Demonstrate assembly or disassembly skills.

302046.3

Use theoretical concepts about machine parts or components.

302046.4

Critique practical aspects of each component in assembly of machine.

Course Code and Name: 302047 Numerical Methods and Optimization

302047.1

Apply appropriate Numerical Methods to solve complex Mechanical Engineering problems.

302047.2

Create mathematical models using appropriate numerical techniques.

302047.3

Draw flow chart and Prepare computer program and validate results by using appropriate solver.

302047.4

Solve real life engineering problems using optimization techniques and numerical methods

Course Code and Name: 302048 Design of Machine Elements-II

302048.1

Apply the principle of Spur gear design for industrial application and PREPARE a manufacturing drawing with concept of GD&T.

302048.2

Explain and Design Helical and Bevel Gear considering strength, loading and other gear design parameters.

302048.3

Select Rolling Contact Bearings from manufacturer's catalog for different speed, working Hours, probability and load conditions.

302048.4

Apply procedure of worm gear design for various application considering strength, Loading and Heat criteria.

302048.5

Summarize the design procedure of belt, rope and chain drive for different conditions and Select it from manufacturer's catalog.

302048.6

Classify and Select a Sliding contact bearing for Industrial application as per standard empirical relation and theories.

Course Code and Name: 302049 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

302049.1

Define Basic principles of Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning.

302049.2

Apply Fundamental principles of Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning.

302049.3

Select Proper Refrigerants for different applications depending on their properties and environmental issues.

302049.4

Design Vapor Compression Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Systems using P-h and Psychometric Chart.

302049.5

Analyse Performance of Refrigeration and Air-conditioning systems

Course code and Name: 302050 Mechatronics

302050.1

Analyze different type of sensors, Actuators and measurements systems.

302050.2

Explain concept of transfer function, Block diagram reduction rules and Solve numerical on block diagram reduction.

302050.3

Explain principles of signal communication and interfacing of sensor/actuator with DAQ system.

302050.4

Explain PLC system and its ladder programming and discusssignificance of PLC systems in industrial application.

302050.5

Describe system modeling and analysis in time domain and frequency domain

302050.6

Identify control actions such as Proportional, integral and derivative and Apply its significance in industrial applications.

Course code and Name: 302051 Manufacturing Process-II

302051.1

Apply the knowledge of various manufacturing processes.

302051.2

Identify various process parameters and their effect on processes.

302051.3

Point Out application of modern machining.

302051.4

Design Jigs and Fixtures for variety of operations.

Course code and Name:302052 Machine Shop-II

302052.1

Explain Working of Lathe Machine, Drilling Machine, Milling Machine, Surface Grinding Machine and Taps

302052.2

Demonstrate CNC Programming to produce a program for given jobs.

302052.3

Draw Proportionate drawing of drilling jig for a component.

302052.4

Draw Process planning sheet for turning job.

Course code and Name:302053 Seminar

302053.1

Develop and promote presentation skills to communicate effectively with engineering community and society.

302053.2

Utilizing technical resources for writing technical documents to explain modern engineering concept.

302053.3

Apply principles of ethics and respect in interaction with others.

Final Year Engineering

Course code and Name: 402042 CAD CAM &Automation

402042.1

Apply homogenous transformation matrix for geometrical transformation of 2D CAD entities.

402042.2

Predict mathematical model for analytical curves.

402042.3

Critique performance of simple mechanical components or trusses using FEA (mathematical and software treatment).

402042.4

Generate CNC program using appropriate manufacturing technique viz. turning, milling.

402042.5

Understanding of various manufacturing techniques and develop competency in designing and developing products using rapid manufacturing technology.

402042.6

Discuss role of components different robotic systems and their applications in manufacturing industries.

Course code and Name: 402043 Dynamics of Machinery

402043.1

Explain Principle of Vibrations, Single degree freedom systems; Free& Forced Vibrations(Understand) and Develop Analytical competency in solving single degree of freedom vibration problems (Analyze).

402043.2

Determine Mode shapes, Eigen values & Eigen vectors in Undamped Two Degree of Freedom systems (Evaluate) and Determine Vibrations of Geared systems, Combined rectilinear and angular motion (Evaluate).

402043.3

Explain Basic Concept of Balancing, (Understand) and Solve balancing problems of Rotating & Reciprocating masses of single & multi cylinder engines(Apply).

402043.4

Explain various methods of vibration & noise measurement and their control for real life problem. (Understand) and Measure vibrations & Noise, Noise & Vibration characteristics (Evaluate).

Course code and Name: 402044-AElective IFinite Element Analysis

402044-A.1

To understand the philosophy and general procedure of Finite Element Method as applied to solid mechanics and thermal analysis problems.

402044-A.2

To familiarize students with the displacement-based finite element method for displacement and stress analysis and to introduce related analytical and computer tools.

402044-A.3

It provides a bridge between hand calculations based on mechanics of materials and machine design and numerical solutions for more complex geometries and loading states.

402044-A.4

To study approximate nature of the finite element method and convergence of results are examined.

402044-A.5

It provides some experience with a commercial FEM code and some practical modeling

exercises

Course code and Name:402044-B Elective IComputational Fluid Dynamics

402044-B.1

Students should be able to model fluid / heat transfer problems and apply fundamental conservation principles.

402044-B.2

Students should be able to do discretize the governing equations by Finite Difference Method and Finite volume Method.

402044-B.3

Students should be able to develop programming skills by in-house code development for conduction, convection and fluid dynamics problems.

402044-B.4

Students should be able to solve basic convection and diffusion equations and understands the role in fluid flow and heat transfer.

402044-B.5

To prepare the students for research leading to higher studies.

402044-B.6

To prepare the students for career in CAE industry using software tools.

Course code and Name: 402044-C Elective-I Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning

402044-C.1

Determine the performance parameters of trans-critical & ejector refrigeration systems.

402044-C.2

 Estimate thermal performance of compressor, evaporator, condenser and cooling tower.

402044-C.3

Explain importance of indoor and outdoor design conditions, IAQ, ventilation and air distribution system.

402044-C.4

Estimate heat transmission through building walls using CLTD and decrement factor &time lag methods with energy-efficient and cost- effective measures for building envelope.

402044-C.5

Explain working of types of desiccant, evaporative, thermal storage, radiant cooling, clean room and heat pump air-conditioning systems.

Course Code and Name: 402045-A Elective-II Automobile Engineering

402045-A.1

Compare different vehicle layout and Discuss its component.

402045-A.2

Explain the working principle of Drive Train, Steering System, Suspension System and its various components.

402045-A.3

Explain the Performance Parameters of Vehicle and Determine power required for propulsion of vehicle.

402045-A.4

Distinguish between Active Safety and Passive Safety and its importance.

Course Code and Name : 402045-B Elective-II Operation Research

402045-B.1

Formulate and solve Linear Programming Problem.

402045-B.2

Solve transportation and assignment problem using optimization methods.

402045-B.3

Solve linear problems by geme theory and replacement analysis.

402045-B.4

Evaluate project details by CPM and PERT.

402045-B.5

Solve queing and sequencing problems.

402045-B.6

Solve linear problems by dynamic programming.

Course Code and Name : 402045-C Elective-II Energy Audit and Management

402045-C.1

Discuss: General aspects of Energy management, policy, action planning and environmental impact (India and world).

402045-C.2

Compute: Energy Auditing and Energy conservation of Boiler and steam system, Furnace, DG sets, HVAC system, pumping system, Cooling tower and Compressed air system.

402045-C.3

Illustrate: Costing of Utilities, Financial Analysis Techniques using simple payback, time value of money, NPV, ROI, IRR and sensitivity analysis.

402045-C.4

Analyze: an energy performance assessment and efficiency improvement of Boilers, Furnaces, Heat exchangers, Fans and blowers, pumps, Compressors and HVAC systems thermal utilities

402045-C.5

Determine: Energy efficiency of electrical utilities like electric motors, lighting systems etc.

402045-C.6

Discuss: Cogeneration, Waste Heat recovery, CMD project and carbon credit calculations.

Course code and Name: 402049-A Elective-III Tribology

402049-A.1

To provide the knowledge and importance of Tribology in design of machine elements.

402049-A.2

To select proper grade lubricant for specific application.

402049-A.3

To understand the principles and types of lubrication and lubrication regimes.

402049-A.4

To introduce the concept of surface engineering and its importance in tribology.

Course Code and Name: 402049-B Elective-III Industrial Engineering

402049-B.1

Define the concepts principles and framework of contents of Industrial Engineering

402049-B.2

Explain different concepts involved in methods study content in different situations & the Industrial Engineering concept in the industrial environment.

402049-B.3

Explain different concepts involved in understanding of work content in different situations & the Industrial Engineering concept in the industrial environment.

402049-B.4

Develop various cost accounting and financial management practices widely applied in industries.

402049-B.5

Acquaint the students with different aspects of Production Planning and Control and Facility.

402049-B.6

Determine capability in integrating knowledge of design along with other aspects of value addition in the conceptualization and manufacturing stage of various products.

Course Code and Name: 402049-C Elective-IV Robotics

402049-C.1

Identify different type of robot configuration with relevant terminology.

402049-C.2

Select suitable sensors, actuators and drives for robotic systems.

402049-C.3

Discuss Understand kinematics in robotic systems.

402049-C.4

Design robot with desired motion with suitable trajectory planning.

402049-C.5

Select appropriate robot programming for given application.

402049-C.6

Discuss Understand need of IoT, machine learning, simulation in robotics.

Course Code and Name: 402050-A Elective-IV Advanced Manufacturing Processes

402050-A.1

Justify the selection of special forming process for particular application.

402050-A.2

Justify the selection of advance joining process for particular application.

402050-A.3

Select the hybrid non-conventional manufacturing process for given application.

402050-A.4

Compare the various micro and nano fabrication techniques and it for given application.

402050-A.5

Explain the use of additive manufacturing in the product development.

402050-A.6

Categorize the various material characterization techniques.

Course Code and Name: 402050-B Elective-IV Solar & Wind Energy

402050-B.1

Define fundamentals of solar energy.

402050-B.2

Explain solar thermal systems and its applications.

402050-B.3

Classify solar photovoltaic and its applications.

402050-B.4

Differentiate energy applications for domestic purpose.

402050-B.5

Describe fundamentals of wind energy.

402050-B.6

Analyze wind mill for domestic purpose

Course Code and Name: 402050-C Elective-IV Product Design and Development

402050-C.1

Explain Essential factors for product design

402050-C.2

Design Poduct as per customer needs and satisfaction

402050-C.3

Explain Processes and concepts during product development

402050-C.4

Explain Methods and processes of Forward and Reverse

engineering

402050-C.5

Explain various design processes as DFA,DFMEA, design for safety

404192-B.6

Explain Understand the product life cycle and product data

management

     

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES:-

  1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system
  4. components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and  
  5. Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  6. Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  7. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  8. Environment & Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  9. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

  • Pre-preparation: To prepare students with strong foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals that will enable them to have successful career in Core Mechanical and Interdisciplinary Industries.
  • Core Competence: To prepare students for rapid technological change with core Mechanical Engineering domain knowledge.
  • Breadth:: To enable students to develop their knowledge and skills across the range of disciplines.
  • Professionalism: To prepare students for soft skills with good communication, ethical values and ability to work in a team
  • Learning Environment: To prepare students to strengthen their knowledge and skills through self-learning abilities throughout their professional career as well as to pursue higher education.