COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)

BE Mechanical Engineering

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:

Fluid Mechanics

CO1:Define fluid, define and calculate various properties of fluid.
CO2:Calculate hydrostatic forces on the plane and curved surfaces and explain stability of floating bodies.
CO3:Explainconstruction &working of Reciprocating and centrifugal pumps.
CO4:Apply Bernoulli‟s equation and Navier-Stokes equation to simple problems in fluid mechanics.
CO5:Explain laminar and turbulent flows on flat plates and through pipes.
CO6:Explain and use dimensional analysis to simple problems in fluid mechanics.
CO7:Understand boundary layer, drag and lift.


Engineering Thermodynamics

CO1:Define the terms like system, boundary, properties, equilibrium, work, heat, ideal Gas, entropy etc. used in thermodynamics.
CO2:Study different laws of thermodynamics and apply these to simple thermal systems like balloon, piston-cylinder arrangement, compressor, pump, refrigerator, heat exchanger, etc. to study energy balance.
CO3:Study various types of processes like isothermal, adiabatic, etc. Considering system with ideal gas and represent them on p-v and T-s planes.
CO4:Use steam table and Mollier diagram.
CO5:Represent phase diagram of pure substance (steam) on different thermodynamic Planes like p-v, T-s, h-s, etc. Show various constant property lines on them.


Strength of Materials

CO1:State the basic definitions of fundamental terms such as axial load, eccentric load, Stress, strain, E, μ, etc.
CO2:Recognise the stress state (tension, compression, bending, shear, etc.) And calculate the value of stress developed in the component in axial/eccentric static and impact load cases.
CO3:Distinguish between uniaxial and multiaxial stress situation and calculate principal stresses, max. Shear stress, their planes and max. Normal and shear stresses on a given plane.
CO4:Analyse given beam for calculations of SF and BM.
CO5:Calculate slope and deflection at a point on cantilever /simply supported beam using double integration, Macaulay‟s , Area-moment and superposition methods.
CO6:Calculatestresses, strains and deformations in solid and hollow shafts, homogeneous and composite circular cross-sections subjected to torsion.


Materials Science and Metallurgy

CO1:Analyserelationship between Structure-Property-Processing-Performance. Elastic and plastic deformation and its mechanism.
CO2:Understand tension test, engineering and true stress-strain curves,evaluation of properties, ductility, brittleness and toughness.
CO3:Evaluate Properties, compositions, applications and specifications of C.I.
CO4:Suggest appropriate heat treatment process for a given application.
CO5:Understandadvanced materials- types and properties ofcomposite materials.
CO6:Recommend appropriate NDT technique for a given application.


Manufacturing Engineering-I

CO1:Identify castings processes, working principles and applications and list various defects in metal casting.
CO2:Understand the various metal forming processes, working principles and applications.
CO3:Classify the basic joining processes and demonstrate principles of welding, brazing and soldering.
CO4:Study center lathe and its operations including plain, taper turning, work holding Devices and cutting tool.
CO5:Understand milling machines and operations, cutters and indexing for gear cutting.
CO6:Study shaping, planing and drilling, their types and related tooling's.


Soft Skills – III

CO1:Revise basic formulae like i. divisibility rules ii. Speedmaths iii. Remainder theorem iv. Different types of numbers.
CO2:Understand HCF, LCM and Linear Equations.
CO3:Find averages and mixtures.
CO4:Understandprofit loss , percentages&time and work.
CO5:Solve permutations and combinations, probability&time and distance problems.
CO6:Give non-verbal reasoning and analytical reasoning.


Thermal Engineering Lab

CO1:Study the principle, construction and working of pressure measurementdevices.
CO2:Explain construction and working of Temperature measuringdevices.
CO3:Demonstrate construction and working of Centrifugal Pump practically.
CO4:Determinedryness fraction using separating throttlingcalorimeter.
CO5:Determine and Verify SFEE for Nozzle.
CO6:Determine actual Coefficient of performance of House holdrefrigerator.


Fluid Mechanics

CO1:Experiment on Red wood viscometer to find viscosity.
CO2:Calculate Reynoldsnumber ‘using Reynolds apparatus.
CO3:Verify Bernoulli’s theorem.
CO4:Measure flow by using orifice meter and venturi meter.
CO5:Explain laminar and turbulent flows on flat plates and through pipes.
CO6:Trial on centrifugal pumps.
CO7:determine major and minor losses for flow through pipes.


Materials Science and Metallurgy Lab

CO1:Test, and compare tensile strength, yield point and ductility of different metallic materials.
CO2:DoBrinellhardness test on steel, cast iron, brass.
CO3:Demonstrate the application of various non-destructive tests.
CO4:Do Izod or Charpy impact test to compare impact values of cast iron and mild steelor alluminium and brass.
CO5:Prepare Micro Specimen and use of metallurgical microscope.
CO6:Demonstration onannealing,Normalising and Hardening of medium carbon Steel specimens and measurements of hardness and drawing icrostructures.


Workshop Practice III

CO1:Identify castings processes, working principles and applications and list various defects in metal casting.
CO2:Understand the various metal forming processes, working principles and applications .
CO3:Classify the basic joining processes and demonstrate principles of welding, brazing and soldering.
CO4:Study center lathe and its operations including plain, taper turning, work holding devices and cutting tool.
CO5:Understand milling machines and operations, cutters and indexing for gear cutting.
CO6:Study shaping, planing and drilling, their types and related tooling's.


Engineering Mathematics-III

CO1:Comprehend the fundamental knowledge of the Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms and their derivatives for elementary functions.
CO2:Apply the properties of Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms to solve simultaneous linear and linear differential equations with constant coefficients.
CO3:Conceptualize the definitions and properties of Fourier transforms.
CO4:Solve boundary value problems using Fourier transforms.
CO5:Find the series solutions of the linear differential equations using Frobenius method.
CO6:Find the solutions of partial differential equations governing real-world problems.
CO7:Conceptualize limit, continuity, derivative and integration of complex functions.
CO8:Evaluate complex integrals useful in real-world problems.


Theory of Machines-I

CO1:Define basic terminology of kinematics of mechanisms.
CO2:Classify planar mechanisms and calculate its degree of freedom.
CO3:Perform kinematic analysis of a given mechanism using ICR and RV methods.
CO4:Perform kinematic analysis of a given mechanism analytically using vector or complex algebra method.
CO5:Perform kinematic analysis of slider crank mechanism using Klein‟s construction and analytical approach.
CO6:Determine Inertia Forces in Reciprocating Parts.
CO7:Understand, selection of a belt drive, types of belt drives, types of belts, Material used for belts, types of flat belt drives, velocity ratio, slip of belt, Creep of belt.


Applied Thermodynamics

CO1:Define the terms like calorific value of fuel, stoichiometric air-fuel ratio, excess air, equivalent evaporation, boiler efficiency, etc. Calculate minimum air required for combustion of fuel.
CO2:Study and Analyze gas power cycles and vapour power cycles like Otto, Diesel, dual, Joule and Rankine cycles and derive expressions for the performance parameters like thermal efficiency, Pm.
CO3:Classify various types of boiler, nozzle, steam turbine and condenser used in steam power plant.
CO4:Classify various types of IC engines. Sketch the cut section of typical diesel engine and label its components. Define the terms like TDC, BDC, rc, etc.
CO5:Draw P-v diagram for single-stage reciprocating air compressor, with and without clearance volume, and evaluate its performance. Differentiate between reciprocating and rotary air compressors.


Basic electrical drives & controls

CO1:Measure Electric power, Electric Energy and Illumination.
CO2:Understand working principle of D.C.motor, back emf, emf equation typesof D.C.motor, and torque equation for D.C.motor.
CO3:Explain Working Principle & Construction of Single phase transformer &derive EMF equation. Efficiency of Transformers & condition formaximum efficiency of Transformer.
CO4:Understand Constructional features (Salient and Non-salient) of alternatorsand principle of operation.
CO5:Demonstrate Electromechanical control relays, solid state relays, Timing and Latching relays.


Manufacturing Engineering-II

CO1:Understand the Unconventional machining processes.
CO2:Calculate the cutting forces in orthogonal and oblique cutting.
CO3:Evaluate the machinability of materials.
CO4:Understand Gear manufacturing and CNC machine.
CO5:Explain the different precision machining processes.
CO6:Design jigs and fixtures for given application.
CO7:Design of die and Selection of die and presses for Sheet metal working.


Machine Drawing

CO1:Understand Machine Drawing, Types of Machine Drawing, Sheet layout and Sketching - Sheet layout – Sheet sizes, Margin, Border lines, Title block , Scale and Scale drawing , Sketching and its materials.
CO2:Understand Dimensioning terms and notations, General rules for dimensioning, placing ofdimensions, methods of dimensioning common features such as diameters,radii,position of holes, curved surfaces, key way, taper features, etc.
CO3:Develop Assemble view from details of given component i.e. valve, pump, machine tool part, etc.
CO4:Combine details of given machine component and draw assembled view.
CO5:Explain The Indian standard system of limits and fits, Types of fits, Selection of fits, holebasis system and Shaft basis system.
CO6:Understand Geometric tolerances and Dimensional tolerances,Representation of Geometric tolerances and Dimensional tolerances on adrawing.


Machine Drawing and Computer Aided Drafting Lab

CO1:Draw assembly drawing with apart list, overall dimensions, and detailed drawing of different machine elements with manufacturing tolerances, surface finish symbols, and geometrictolerances should be specified so as to make it a working drawing.
CO2:Develop Assemble view from details of given component i.e. valve, pump, machine tool part, etc.
CO3:Combine details of given machine component and draw assembled view.
CO4:Use various Auto-Cad commands to draw orthographic projection.


Basic Electrical Drives & Controls Lab

CO1:Control Speed of DC Shunt motor by armature control and flux controlmethods.
CO2:Do load test on DC Shunt Motor and DC Series Motor.
CO3:Measure active power in a three phase balanced inductive loadusing two wattmeter methods.
CO4:Regulate an alternator by synchronous impedance method and Direct Loading method.
CO5:Study of D.C. Motor Starters & Three Phase Induction Motor Starter.


Applied Thermodynamics Lab

CO1:Determine the heating value of a solid / liquid fuel using Bomb Calorimeter.
CO2:Do exhaust gas analysis using Gas Analyzer OR Orsat Apparatus.
CO3:Classify various types of boiler, nozzle, steam turbine and condenser used in steam power plant.
CO4:Determine Isothermal and Volumetric efficiency of reciprocating air compressor.
CO5:Study Steam Power Plant.


Theory of Machines-I Lab

CO1:Draw sheets on ICR method , relative velocity and Acceleration method and Klein’s construction.
CO2:Study the various inversions of kinematic chains.
CO3:Determine slip and creep for a belt-pulley combination.
CO4:Determine mass moment of inertia of compound pendulum.
CO5:Determine mass moment of inertia of rigid body by using bifilar or trifilar Suspension method.
CO6:Study the different types of clutches.


Workshop practice iv

CO1:Do different machining operations on Lathe,Milling, Drilling, Shaper, Grinding Machines.
CO2:Learn programming and manufacturing on CNC lathe machine.
CO3:Do programming and manufacturing on VMC, CNC Milling machine.


Heat transfer

CO1:Describe concepts and mechanism of heat flow: Steady and unsteady state heattransfer, Modes of heat transfer, their physical mechanism.
CO2:Explain steady state heat conduction with heat generation in plane and composite wall, hollow cylinder, hollow sphere.
CO3:Describe governing equation for pin fin for infinite long fin and fin with negligible heat loss, Fin performance, fin efficiency, fin effectiveness, overall fin effectiveness, and approximate solution of fins.
CO4:Understand non dimensional numbers, dimensional analysis for natural and forced convection.
CO5:Understandblack body radiation, Spectral and total emissive power, Stefan Boltzmann law, Radiation laws.
CO6:Classify heat exchangers, temperature distribution in parallel, counter flow arrangement, condenser and evaporator, Overall heat transfer coefficient, fouling factor.


Heat TransferLab

CO1:Determine thermal conductivity of metal rod,insulating powder and composite wall.
CO2:Determine heat transfer coefficient in natural convection and in forced convection.
CO3:Determine temperature distribution in fins and fin efficiency in natural and forced convection.
CO4:Determine emissivity of a test surface.
CO5:Demonstrate on Stefan Boltzmann constant.
CO6:Demonstrate on Stefan Boltzmann constant.


Internal Combustion Engine

CO1:Analyse air standard cycles in the regard of I C Engine.
CO2:Understand induction system along with fuel feed system of I C Engine.
CO3:Impart insight in various operating systems like cooling, lubrication, Ignition system.
CO4:Be familiar with combustion chamber design and pollution control norms.
CO5:Do performance analysis of I C Engine.


Machine design – i

CO1:Analyze the various modes of failure of machine components under different load patterns.
CO2:Design and prepare part and assembly drawings.
CO3:Use design data books and different codes of design.
CO4:Select standard components with their specifications from manufacturer’s catalogue.
CO5:Design and draw simple machine components.


Machine Design – ILab

CO1:Do a design project consisting of assembly drawing with a part list and overall dimensions and along with drawing of individual components using AUTO CAD.
CO2:Do selection of prime mover and design of mechanical systems comprising of machine elements.
CO3:Use design data books and different codes of design.


Theory of Machines – II

CO1:Understand various types of machine components, its working & applications.
CO2:Study the need and different methods of balancing of rotating and reciprocating masses.
CO3:Understand the force analysis of power train components gears.
CO4:Aware about the speed regulating components such as governors, flywheel, etc.
CO5:Develop a problem solving approach by graphical and analytical methods.


Theory of Machines – IIlab

CO1:Determine the characteristic curves of the centrifugal governor and find its coefficient of insensitivity and stability.
CO2:Study various types of gear boxes.
CO3:Verify the principle of working of gyroscope.
CO4:Study the static & dynamic balancing machine & balancing of masses in different planes.
CO5:Study graphical methods and prepare drawing sheets for cam profile for various types of follower motion.
CO6:Study graphical methods and prepare drawing sheets for Balancing of rotating masses and reciprocating masses.


Industrial engineering & safety

CO1:Seek opportunity to work in the field of Industrial Engineering and safety.
CO2:Contribute in a better way towards enhancing the productivity.
CO3:Play the role of industrial and safety manager effectively.
CO4:Acquire managerial skills of handling Industrial environment and human behavior.
CO5:Get acquainted with various acts, role of consultant and safety auditor.
CO6:Develop awareness about industrial Engineering and safety Engineering.


Computer Graphics

CO1:Demonstrate and understand the basic concepts of geometric modeling and computer graphics.
CO2:Design and Drafting of mechanical elements.
CO3:Programs for mechanical elements in Auto-LISP.
CO4:Have elementary level knowledge of drafting and Auto-LISP program.


Machine Design II

CO1:Design various mechanical components e.g. - clutches, gears, pressure vessels, bearing etc.
CO2:Analyze the various modes of failure of machine components under different load patterns.
CO3:Design and prepare part and assembly drawings.
CO4:Use design data books and different codes of design.
CO5:Select standard components with their specifications from manufacturer’s catalogue.


Numerical Analysis & Computational Methods

CO1:Apply numerical methods for solving linear and non-linear equations.
CO2:Apply the knowledge of these methods to solve practical problems with suitable software.
CO3:Identify & classify and choose the most appropriate numerical method for solving the problem.
CO4:Develop Numerical skills to Mechanical Engineering Problems.


Metrology and Quality Control

CO1:Impart knowledge of metrology and quality control.
CO2:Understand the principles metrology of screw threads.
CO3:Do gear measurement.
CO4:Study measuring machines and recent trends in engineering metrology.
CO5:Use standard practices and standard data for measurement.
CO6:Use statistical concept, control chart for variables, control chart for attributes and acceptance sampling.


Metrology and Quality ControlLab

CO1:Determine linear/angular dimensions of part using precision & non precision instrument.
CO2:Do machine tool alignment tests on any machine tool like Lathe,Drilling,and Milling.
CO3:Study of surfaces using optical flat.
CO4:Do surface finish measurement.
CO5:Measure roundness/circularity using mechanical comparator.
CO6:Measure screw parameters.
CO7:Measure Gear parameters like; i) gear tooth thickness ii)constant chord iii)PCD


Turbo Machinery

CO1:Demonstrate impulse and reaction turbine, in terms ofgoverning, application and losses in turbines.
CO2:Explain closed cycle and semi closed cycles gas turbine plant, applications of gas turbines.
CO3:Understand about theory of jet propulsion, types of jet engines.
CO4:Demonstrate impulse momentum principle, velocity triangles and their analysis, work done, efficiency etc. in hydraulic turbines.
CO5:Select type of turbine considering various factors.


Turbo MachineryLab

CO1:Study steam turbine power plant.
CO2:Explain steam turbine systemsgas turbines and hydraulic turbines.
CO3:Trial on steam turbine.
CO4:Demonstrate on Pelton wheel, Francis turbine andKaplan turbine.
CO5:Understand various jet propulsion devices / engine.


Project and Business Management

CO1:Develop knowledge of project management and statistical tools used in its.
CO2:Understand the various functions of management along with its types.
CO3:Develop knowledge about Capital cost and cost control.
CO4:Develop knowledge about financial management techniques.


Computer Programming in C / C++

CO1:Know the C /C++ programming languagecomprehensively.
CO2:Design program and solve problem using the C /C++ programming language.
CO3:Develop and Run “C/C++” programs for machine elements likepower screw, helical spring, muff coupling and knuckle joint.


Minor project

CO1:Get acquainted with different aspects of fabrication, design or analysis.
CO2:Fabricate and design.
CO3:Investigate a technical problem.
CO4:Understand how to work in a group
CO5:Prepare a report.


Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

CO1:Understand the various methods of Refrigeration.
CO2:Explain thermal analysis of vapour compression system.
CO3:Understand the environmental aspect of refrigerants and alternate refrigerants.
CO4:Comfort aspect of air-conditioning.
CO5:Understand the ventilation and basic of duct design.


Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing

CO1:List and describe the various input and output devices for a CAD work station.
CO2:Carry out/calculate the 2-D and 3-D transformation positions (Solve problems on 2-D and 3-D transformations)
CO3:Describe various CAD modelling techniques with their relative advantages and limitations.
CO4:Develop NC part program for the given component, and robotic tasks.
CO5:Describe the basic Finite Element procedure.
CO6:Explain various components of a typical FMS system, Robotics, and CIM.


Operation research techniques

CO1:Identify and develop operational research models from the verbal description of the real system.
CO2:Understand the mathematical tools that are needed to solve optimisation problems.
CO3:Use mathematical software to solve the proposed models.
CO4:Develop a report that describes the model and the solving technique, analyse the results and propose recommendations in language understandable to the decision-making processes in Management Engineering.
CO5:Be able to understand the characteristics of different types of decision-making environments and the appropriate decision making approaches and tools to be used in each type.
CO6:Select an optimum solution with profit maximization.


Mechatronics

CO1:Define sensor, transducer and understand the applications of different sensors and transducers.
CO2:Explain the signal conditioning and data representation techniques.
CO3:Design pneumatic and hydraulic circuits for a given application.
CO4:Write a PLC program using Ladder logic for a given application.
CO5:Understand applications of microprocessor and micro controller.
CO6:Analyse PI, PD and PID controllers for a given application.


Advanced Machine Design

CO1:Provide a broad treatment of stress, strain, and strength with reference to engineering design and analysis.
CO2:Understand analytical and experimental methods of determination of stresses in relationship to the strength properties of machine elements under various loading conditions.
CO3:Determine deflection, post-yield behavior, residual stresses, thermal stresses, creep, and extreme temperature effects.
CO4:Design Against Fatigue.
CO5:Design analysis of Belleville springs, ring spring, volute spring, rubber springs and mountings.
CO6:Understand optimum design, Adequate design, Johnson’s method of optimum design.


Machine Tool Design

CO1:Understand basic motion involved in a machine tool.
CO2:Design machine tool structures for conventional and CNC machines.
CO3:Design and analyse system for specified speeds and feeds.
CO4:Understand control strategies for machine tool operations.
CO5:Design of rotary and linear drive for machine tools.
CO6:Analyse machine tool structure for design accuracy.


Automobile Engineering I

CO1:Identify the different parts of the automobile.
CO2:Explain the working of various parts like engine, transmission, clutch, brakes etc.
CO3:Demonstrate various types of drive systems.
CO4:Apply vehicle troubleshooting and maintenance procedures.
CO5:Analyse the environmental implications of automobile emissions. And suggest suitable regulatory modifications.
CO6:Evaluate future developments in the automobile technology.


CAD/CAM LAB

CO1:Draw 2D drawing using sketcher.
CO2:Do 3D modelling using 3D features.
CO3:Do Assembling and drafting with proper mating conditions and interference checking.
CO4:Understand Surface Modelling.


Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab

CO1:Trial on vapour compression refrigeration system.
CO2:Trial on ice plant/domestic refrigeration system.
CO3:Study and trial on window/central air conditioner.
CO4:Study of construction of hermetically sealed compressor and actual viewing of a cut model of the same.
CO5:Demonstrate evacuation and charging of refrigeration system.
CO6:Understand measuring instruments and various tools used in refrigeration and air- conditioning systems.


Mechatronics lab

CO1:Study Basic block diagram of mechatronics system components.
CO2:Demonstrate motion / force transducers.
CO3:Study and demonstrate temperature / pressure transducers.
CO4:Demonstrate AD / DA converter.
CO5:Understand hydraulic and pneumatic actuator.
CO6:Study Microprocessors and Microcontrollers.
CO7:Study Robot orautonomous guided vehicle.


Advanced Machine Design Lab

CO1:Provide a broad treatment of stress, strain, and strength with reference to engineering design and analysis.
CO2:Study deflection, post -yield behavior, residual stresses.
CO3:Study thermal stresses, creep, and extreme temperature effects.
CO4:design software based problems.


Automobile Engineering – I Lab

CO1:Study layout of a chassis and its different components of a vehicle.
CO2:Study model trends in automobile.
CO3:Trouble shooting in various suspension systems.
CO4:Troubles shoot in power steering.
CO5:Measure steering geometry angle for wheels alignment.
CO6:Study impact on steering geometry angle of vehicle.
CO7:Study different types of tyres, tubes and their defects.


Project-I

CO1:Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
CO2:Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
CO3:Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
CO4: Function on multidisciplinary teams, communicate effectively and Knowledge of contemporary issues.
CO5:Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems by understanding professional and ethical responsibility.
CO6:Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
CO7:Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
CO8:Use the techniques, skills, modern engineering tools and software necessary for engineering practice.


Seminar-II

CO1:Understand literature survey for selection of seminar topics.
CO2:Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering for effective presentation of selected topic.
CO3:Function on multidisciplinary teams, communicate effectively and Knowledge of contemporary issues.
CO4:Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems by understanding professional and ethical responsibility.
CO5:Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
CO6:Practice the use of various resources to locate and extract information using offline &online tools, journals.
CO7:Practice the preparation and presentation of scientific papers and seminars in an exhaustive manner.


Industrial Visit

CO1:Understand organizational set up of an industry.
CO2:Develop our self for expectations of the industrialists from the fresh engineers.
CO3:Understand manufacturing, material handling, maintenance, safety standard and environmental consideration in industry.
CO4:Function on multidisciplinary teams, communicate effectively and Knowledge of contemporary issues.
CO5:Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems by understanding professional and ethical responsibility.
CO6:Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.


Mechanical Vibration

CO1:Understand the cause and effect of vibration in mechanical system.
CO2:Formulate governing equation of motion for physical system.
CO3:Understand role of damping, stiffness and inertia in mechanical system.
CO4:Analyse rotating system and calculate critical speeds.
CO5:Estimate the parameters of vibration isolation system.
CO6:Estimate natural frequencies and mode shapes of continuous system.


Finite Element Analysis and Simulation Techniques

CO1:Understand the basic principle of Finite element methods and its applications.
CO2:Use matrix algebra and mathematical techniques in FEA.
CO3:Identify mathematical model for solution of common engineering problem.
CO4:Solve structural , thermal problems using FEA.
CO5:Derive the element stiffness matrix using different methods by applying basic mechanics laws.
CO6:Understand formulation for two and three dimensional problems.


Tribology

CO1:Understand the tribilogical concept, bearing design and its application, lubrication practices.
CO2:Evaluate the nature of engineering surfaces, their topography and surface characterization techniques.
CO3:Analyse the basic theories of friction and frictional behaviour of various materials.
CO4:Select a suitable lubricant for a specific application.
CO5:Compare different wear mechanisms.
CO6:Suggest suitable material combination for tribological design.


Power Plant Engineering

CO1:understand the various components, operations and applications of Thermal Power Plants.
CO2:Analyse Diesel engine performance and operation, plant layout, log sheets, selections of engine size.
CO3:understand the various components,and operations of Hydroelectric and Nuclear Power Plant.
CO4:Study and demonstrate Wind energy generation.
CO5:Understand Techniques of solar energy collection; Storage and utilisation; Types of solar collectors.


Process Equipment Design

CO1:Understand the factors influencing design of pressure vessel.
CO2:Calculate thickness and thickness variation for cylindrical storage tank.
CO3:Estimation of thickness for thin and thick wall pressure vessels.
CO4:Understand Fabrication techniques, choice of materials, resistance to corrosion, Design considerations.
CO5:Design tube heat exchangers.
CO6:Understand design codes and standards IS, ASME, API, BS and its application.


Introduction to Robotics

CO1:List the various components of a typical Robot, grippers, sensors, drive system and describe their functions.
CO2:Calculate the word to joint and joint to word coordinates using forward and reverse transformations.
CO3:Calculate the gripper forces, drive sizes, etc.
CO4:Develop simple robot program for tasks such as pick and place, arc welding, etc. using some robotic language such as VAL-II, AL, AML, RAIL, RPL, VAL.
CO5:Evaluate the application of robots in applications such as Material Handling, process operations and Assembly and inspection.
CO6:Discuss the implementation issues and social aspects of robotics.


Advanced Welding Technology

CO1:Know importance and application, classification of welding processes and selection of welding process.
CO2:Understand principle and working and application of advanced welding techniques suchplasma arc welding, laser beam welding, electron beam welding, ultrasonic welding etc.
CO3:Learn advanced welding techniques such as explosive welding/ cladding, underwater welding, spray-welding / metallising, hard facing.
CO4:Decide metallurgical consideration of weld, haz and parent metal, micro & macro structure. Solidification of weld and properties.
CO5:Know fundamentals of underwater welding.


Energy Conservation and Management

CO1:Understand energy problem and need of energy management.
CO2:Carry out energy audit of simple units.
CO3:Study various financial appraisal methods.
CO4:Analyse cogeneration and waste heat recovery systems.
CO5:Do simple calculations regarding thermal insulation and electrical energy conservation.


Automobile Engineering – II

CO1:Identifyfuture alternative fuels for IC engine.
CO2:Demonstrateautomobile electrical system.
CO3:study automobile heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
CO4:Analyzehydraulic brakes, power brakes, air brakes, brake efficiency & stoppingdistance, factor controlling the stop of an automobile.
CO5:Evaluateautomobile emissions and its control.


Thermal Equipment Design

CO1:Understand decision in an engineering undertaking, design vs analysis, synthesis for design, selection vs design.
CO2:Know about system simulation, information flow diagrams, successive substitution method, pitfalls in successive substitution method.
CO3:Learn levels of optimization, and mathematical representation of optimization problem.
CO4:Analysemathematical modelling- thermodynamic properties.
CO5:Understand dynamic behaviour of thermal system.


Mechanical Vibration Lab

CO1:Study the torsional vibrations of single rotor system.
CO2:Study the torsional vibrations of two rotor system.
CO3:Study damped torsional vibrations of single rotor system.
CO4:Study undamped free vibrations of a spring.
CO5:Study the natural vibrations of a spring mass system.
CO6:Study forced damped vibrations of a spring mass system.
CO7:Study the forced damped vibrations of simply supported beam.
CO8:Determine critical speed of a single rotor system.


Finite Element Analysis and Simulation Techniques Lab

CO1:Analyse I-cantilever beam.
CO2:Analyse flow in a system of pipes.
CO3:Do modal analysis of spring-mass system.
CO4:Do modal analysis of continuous system.
CO5:Do thermal analysis of any component.
CO6:Analyse stress strain of any component.
CO7:Do Kinematic Analysis and simulation of a mechanism.


Industrial Lecture

CO1:Understand need, requirement and expectation of industry from freshengineers.
CO2:Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyse and interpret data.
CO3:Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
CO4:Function on multidisciplinary teams, communicate effectively.
CO5:Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems by understanding professional and ethical responsibility.
CO6:Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
CO7:Use the techniques, skills, modern engineering tools and software necessary for engineering practice.


Project-II

CO1:Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
CO2:Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
CO3:Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
CO4:Function on multidisciplinary teams, communicate effectively and Knowledge of contemporary issues.
CO5:Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems by understanding professional and ethical responsibility.
CO6:Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
CO7:Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long and self-learning.
CO8:Use the techniques, skills, modern engineering tools and software necessary for engineering practice.