# PDDC First Level - (BVM) engineering college

```First Level PDDC (Mechanical, Semester I) Courses and Codes
CODE
CC181
CC182
ME181
ME182
ME183
ME184
ME185
ME186
SUBJECT
Engineering Mathematics I
Engineering Mathematics II
Computer Programming
Engineering Thermodynamics
Manufacturing Processes
Fluid Mechanics
Materials Technology
Mechanics of Solids
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L: Lectures, T: Tutorial / Teacher Guided Student Activity, P: Practical, C: Credit, ESE: End
Semester Examination/ Assessment, CE: Continuous Evaluation.
CC181: Engineering Mathematics - I
Teaching Scheme Credits
L
T
P
C
3
1
0
4
Marks Distribution
Theory Marks
Practical Marks
ESE
CE
ESE
CE
70
30
30
20
Total
Marks
150
Course Content:
Sr.
No.
Topics
Teaching
Hrs.
1
Tracing of Curves:
Tracing of Cartesian, Polar and Parametric form of Standard Curves.
06
2
Reduction formulae : (Statements Only) of
π /2
∫
π /2
sin n x dx,
0
∫
0
π /2
cos n x dx,
∫ sin
n
x cos m x dx
06
0
Applications to Find Area, Volume of Standard Curves.
3
Taylor and Maclaurin series:
Expansions and applications to compute approximate values of
functions and integrals.
4
Partial Differentiation and its Applications:
Partial and total Differential Coefficient, Euler’s Theorem,
Geometrical Interpretation of Partial Derivative, Jacobian, Taylor’s
Expansion for Two Variables, Errors and Approximations, Maxima
and Minima of Function of Two Variables, Lagrange’s Method of
Undetermined Multipliers to Determine Stationary Values.
5
10
Multiple Integral and its Applications:
Double Integrals, Evaluation, Change of the order of Integration for
Cartesian Coordinates, Change to Polar Coordinates, , Application to
find Area .
6
08
06
Vector Differentiation and Integrals:
08
Gradient, Divergence, Curl. Line and surface integrals.
Reference Books:
1. Grewal, B. S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publisher, New Delhi,
(Latest Edition).
2. Sastry, S. S., Engineering Mathematics – Vol. I and II, Prentice Hall of India.
3. Dass, H.K., Engineering Mathematics, S. Chand &amp; Co, New Delhi.
CC182: Engineering Mathematics - II
Teaching Scheme Credits
L
T
P
C
3
1
0
4
Marks Distribution
Theory Marks
Practical Marks
ESE
CE
ESE
CE
70
30
30
20
Total
Marks
150
Course Content:
Sr.
No.
1
Topics
Fourier Series:
Orthogonal and orthonormal functions, Fourier series, half range
Fourier sine and Fourier cosine series.
2
08
Partial differential equation:
Formation of partial differential equations, Lagrange’s first order
partial differential equation, directly integrable equations, non linear
partial differential equation of first order, method of separation of
variables, application to wave equation, diffusion equation and
Laplace’s equation.
5
08
Complex Analysis:
An introduction of limit, continuity and derivative of functions of
complex variables, analytic functions, Cauchy – Reimann equations
(Cartesian and Polar form), harmonic function, Milne Thompson’s
method, conformal mapping – translation, magnification and
rotation, inversion and reflection, bilinear transformation.
4
10
Special functions:
Properties of Bessel’s function and Legendre polynomials, examples
of differential equations leading to Bessel functions and Legendre
polynomial.
3
Teaching
Hrs.
10
Matrices:
Rank of a matrix, Solution of simultaneous equations, Eigenvalues,
Eigenvectors of a matrix, Quadratic forms.
Reference Books:
10
1. Kreyszig, E., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wiley Eastern Ltd.
2. Grewal, B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers..
3. Dass, H.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, S.Chand &amp; company Ltd
4. Bali, N. P. and Iyengar, A text book of Engineering Mathematics, Laxmi Publications
(P) Ltd.
5. Ramana, D.V., Higher engineering Mathematics, Tata Mc-Graw Hill, New Delhi
6. Greenbar Michae,l D, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Pearson, Singapore Ind.
Ed, 2007.
ME181: Computer Programming
Teaching Scheme Credits
L
T
P
C
3
0
2
5
Marks Distribution
Theory Marks
Practical Marks
ESE
CE
ESE
CE
70
30
30
20
Total
Marks
150
Course Content:
Sr.
No.
1
Topics
Introduction:
Teaching
Hrs.
05
Basic block Diagram and functions of various components of a
computer, Concept of Hardware and Software, Compiler and
interpreter, Concepts of machine level, assembly level and high level
programming, Developing logic of program through flowcharts and
Algorithms.
2
Fundamentals:
06
Features of ‘C’ language, structure of ‘C’ program, Basic data types,
constants and variables, Basic operators and their hierarchy,
Evaluation of expressions, Writing simple programs using ‘C’,
Concept of header files, Basic I/O functions.
3
Control Structures of ‘C’:
if – else statement and its use in programming, Variations in usage
of if – else statement, Switch, break, continue and goto statements,
Applications and implementation of various looping structures (i.e.
for, while, do - while).
06
4
06
Arrays and Strings:
One dimensional and multidimensional arrays and implementation of
these concepts in ‘C’. Strings and related functions.
5
06
Functions and Recursion:
Concepts of functions with various types of parameters. Various
types of parameter passing mechanisms. Recursive functions and
implementation of these concepts in ‘C’. Macros and Pre-processors
6
06
Pointers and Structures:
Concepts of pointers and simple programs using pointers in ‘C’,
Applications of pointers, Pointer and array, Dynamic memory
allocation: malloc and calloc, Concepts of structure and its
implementations. Structure as argument to Functions, Structures and
pointers, Union and its applications
7
04
File Management in C:
Introduction, Opening, Closing, Input/ Output operations on Files.
Error handling during I/O operations, Random Access of files.
Command line arguments.
Reference Books:
1. Balagurusamy E, Programming in ANCI C, Sixth edition, Tata McGraw-Hill
Publishing Company Limited.
2. Gottfried, Programming with C, Second edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing
Company Limited.
3. Kernigham B W and Ritchie D M, C Programming language, Second edition,
Prentice Hall
4. Kanetkar Y. P, Let us C, Fifth Edition, BPB Publication.
ME182: Engineering Thermodynamics
Teaching Scheme Credits
L
T
P
C
3
1
0
4
Marks Distribution
Theory Marks
Practical Marks
ESE
CE
ESE
CE
70
30
30
20
Total
Marks
150
Course Content:
Sr.
No.
1
Topics
Basic Concepts:
Microscopic &amp; macroscopic point of view, thermodynamic system
Teaching
Hrs.
05
and control volume, thermodynamic properties, processes and cycles,
Thermodynamic equilibrium, Quasi-static process, homogeneous and
heterogeneous systems, zeroth law of thermodynamics and different
types of thermometers.
2
First law of Thermodynamics:
05
First law for a closed system undergoing a cycle and change of state,
energy, PMM1, first law of thermodynamics for steady flow process,
steady flow energy equation applied to nozzle, diffuser, boiler,
turbine, compressor, pump, heat exchanger and throttling process,
unsteady flow energy equation, filling and emptying process
3
Second law of thermodynamics:
06
Limitations of first law of thermodynamics, Kelvin-Planck and
Clausius statements and their equivalence, PMM2, refrigerator and
heat pump, causes of irreversibility, Carnot theorem, corollary of
Carnot theorem, thermodynamic temperature scale
4
Entropy:
05
Clausius theorem, property of entropy, inequality of Clausius,
entropy change in an irreversible process, principle of increase of
entropy and its applications, entropy change for non-flow and flow
processes, third law of thermodynamics
5
Energy:
08
Energy of a heat input in a cycle, exergy destruction in heat transfer
process, exergy of finite heat capacity body, exergy of closed and
steady flow system, irreversibility and Gouy-Stodola theorem and its
applications, second law efficiency
6
P-v, P-T , T-s and h-s diagrams for a pure substance
03
7
Maxwell’s equations, TDS equations, Difference in heat capacities,
ratio of heat capacities, energy equation, joule-kelvin effect and
clausius-clapeyronequation.
04
8
Vapor Power cycles:
06
Carnot vapor cycle, Rankine cycle, comparison of Carnot and
Rankine cycle, calculation of cycle efficiencies, variables affecting
efficiency of Rankine cycle, reheat cycle, regenerative cycle, reheatregenerative cycle, feed water heaters
9
06
Gas Power cycles:
Otto and Diesel cycle, Dual cycle, Comparison of Otto, Diesel and
Dual cycles, air standard 10 efficiency, mean effective pressure,
brake thermal efficiency, relative efficiency, Brayton cycle, effect of
reheat, regeneration, intercooling and turbine and compressor
efficiency on Brayton cycle
10
06
Properties of gases and gas mixtures:
Avogadro’s law, equation of state, ideal gas equation, Vander Waal’s
equation, reduced properties, law of corresponding states,
compressibility chart, Gibbs-Dalton law, internal energy; enthalpy
and specific heat of a gas mixtures
Reference Books:
1. Nag, P.K., Engineering Thermodynamics, McGraw-Hill Education
2. VanWylen and Sonntag , Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics
3. Yunus Cengel &amp; Boles , Thermodynamics – An Engineering Approach , McGraw-Hill
Education
4. Eastop, T. D. and AMcConkey, Applied Thermodynamics.
5. Holman, J. P., Thermodynamics.
ME183: Manufacturing Processes
L
3
Teaching
Scheme
T
P
0
2
Credits
C
5
Marks Distribution
Theory Marks
Practical Marks
ESE
CE
ESE
CE
70
30
30
20
Total
Marks
150
Course Content:
Sr.
No.
1
Topics
Teaching
Hrs.
Basic Machine Tools and Metal Cutting Principles:
Classification of machining processes and machine tools, Basic
motions in various machines tools, Cutting tool materials,
Different types of cutting tools, Nomenclature of single point and
multi point cutting tools, Concept of cutting speed, feed, depth of
05
cut and MRR for various machine tools under consideration.
2
Metal Cutting Lathes:
Classification of lathes, Constructional details/elements of engine
lathe, Accessories and attachments, Specifications, Lathe
operations, Methods of taper turning, Thread cutting on lathe
3
Drilling Machines:
Fundamentals of drilling operation, Construction of drilling
machines, Types of drilling machines, Twist drill geometry, Allied
operations performed on drilling machine,
4
02
Milling Machines:
Principle of milling, Concept of up-milling and down-milling,
Types of milling machines, Construction details of column and
knee type milling machine, Types of milling cutters, Different
types of milling operations, Cutting conditions in milling,
Accessories and attachments, Indexing, Helical milling operation
and its set up
6
05
Boring Machine:
Purpose of boring operation, Horizontal and vertical boring
machines, Jig boring machines.
5
10
10
Shaper, Planer, and Slotter:
Shaper: Working principle, Classification of shapers, Principal
parts of shaper, Shaper mechanisms, Shaper operations,
05
Planer: Working principle, Difference between shaper and planer,
Slotter: Principal parts, Operations performed on slotter.
7
Grinding Machines and Abrasives:
Characteristic of grinding process, Classification of grinding
machines, Operations and applications of surface, cylindrical and
centreless grinding processes, Dressing, truing and balancing of
grinding wheels, Abrasives, Grinding wheel designation and
selection.
8
05
Broaching and Sawing Machines:
Broaching: Fundamentals of broaching, broaching tool
terminology, Types of broaching machines, Advantages and
03
limitations of broaching,
Sawing: Operation, Saw blades, Types of sawing machines
Reference Books:
1. Rao, P.N., Manufacturing Technology (Vol. 2), Tata McGraw-Hill.
2. Hajra Choudhury, S. K., Bose, H. K., Hajra Choudhury, A. K., Elements of Workshop
Technology (Vol. II), 12th Edition, Media promoters and Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
3. Raghuwanshi, B. S., A Course in Workshop Technology (Machine Tools Vol. II),
Dhanpat Rai &amp; Sons.
4. Khanna, O.P and Lal M, A Text book of Production Technology (Vol. II), Dhanpat
Rai Publications (P) ltd.
5. HMT, Production Technology, Tata McGraw-Hill.
6. Chapman , W.A.J., Workshop Technology (Vol. I, II &amp; III).
7. Jain , R. K., Production Technology.
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