ME 2502              Basic Thermodynamics Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credits : 0.75


Experiments based on ME-2501.

ME 2501           Basic Thermodynamics

3 hours/week    Credits : 3


Fundamental concepts and definition. Laws of thermodynamics & their corollaries, non flow process and flow process; Ideal gases and their cycles: Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Brayton/Joule cycle, stirling cycle, Erickson cycle, Atkinson cycle; Thermodynamic cycles and processes. Properties of pure substances; Vapor power cycle: Carnot, Rankine cycles, Reheat and Regenerative cycle; Mixture of ideal gases. Gas vapor mixture; Fuels and combustion; Principles of refrigeration; reciprocating compressor.

ME 2404              Mechanics of Solids Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credits : 0.75


Experiments of based on ME-2403.

ME 2403           Mechanics of Solids

4 hours/week    Credits : 4.00


Introduction and analysis of axially loaded members; Indeterminate members; Thermal stress and centrifugal stress; Stresses in thin walled cylinder, Shear force and bending moment: their equations, diagrams and relation. Various types of stresses in beams; Flexure equation; Deflection in beams: Double integration method, area moment method, conjugate-Beam method and method of superposition for finding slopes & deflections; Curved beams. Torsion; Relation between shear stress and torque; hp and torque; Angle of twist; Helical springs; Modulus of rupture; Combined stress: Combined axial and flexural stresses, Kern of a section, variation of stresses with inclination, stress analysis; Principal stress and planes; Mohr's circle' Strain energy and theories of failure; Columns; types of column failures; Euler's equation; Column Secant's formula. Criteria load of column. Joints: Reveted and welded joints.

ME 2302             Metallic Material Science Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credits : 0.75


Experiments based on ME-2301

ME-2301          Metallic Materials Science

4 hours/week    Credits: 4.00


Introduction: Definition of metal and metallurgy, Subject matter of metallurgy. Concept of malleability, ductility, toughness, fatigue, creep and other mechanical properties of metals.

NDT: Non destructive tests of metals.

Metals structure and crystallization: Metals structure, crystal structure; b.c.c, f.c.c, close-packed hexagonal, the crystal systems, polymorphism and allotropy, crystallographic planes; Miller indices, mechanism of crystallization, crystal imperfections,

Phase Diagrams: Introduction, coordinates of phase diagram, experimental methods, constructions of different types of phase diagram and their interpretation. Gibb's phase rule, lever rule, types and interpretation of binary diagrams, correlation between binary diagrams and properties of alloys.

Iron-Iron Carbide Equilibrium Diagram: Introduction, the Iron-Iron Carbide Diagram, definition of structures, slow cooling steel, the critical-temperature lines,

Heat treatment: Introduction, Classification of heat treatment and four principal transformations in steel-formation of austenite, decomposition of austenite, martensitic and bainitic transformation, transformation of tempering. Practice of different types of heat treatment: surface hardening; full annealing, spheroidizing, stress-relief annealing, process annealing, normalizing, hardening tempering; case hardening; carburizing, nitriding, cyaniding or carbonitriding, flame hardening, induction hardening.

Ferrous Alloys: Common metallurgical terms-minerals, ores, calcinations, roasting, sintering, smelting, slag, flux, refractories etc. Wrought iron: Its production and application. Production of pig-iron: Blast furnace, construction, chemistry and product of blast furnace. Carbon steel: Its classification; composition, micro-structure, characteristics and application of carbon steels. Alloy steel; effect of alloying elements, classification of alloy steel, structural steel, tool steel and their characteristics, steels with special properties-stainless steel and wear resisting steel. Cast iron: Its classification; composition, micro-


structure, characteristics and application of different types of cast iron. Alloy cast iron.


Production of steel: Construction, chemistry and relative advantage & disadvantage different steel making processes. Production of cast iron: Cupola furnace;

Non ferrous metals and alloys: Copper and its alloys, Aluminum and its alloys.

Powder Metallurgy: Steps in powder metallurgy, metal powder production, characteristics of metal powder, pressing, hot pressing, sintering, pre-sintering, spark-sintering, sizing and finishing, advantages and disadvantages of powder metallurgy. Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys.

Introduction to the concept of tribology.

EEE 2504            Electrical & Electronic Technology Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credits : 0.75


Experiments based on EEE-2503.

EEE 2503         Electrical & Electronic Technology

4 hours/week    Credits: 4.00


DC generator: principle, types, performances and characteristics.

DC motor: principles, types of motor and its application, performances, speed control, starters and characteristics.

AC machines: three phase induction motor principles equivalent circuit. Introduction to synchronous machines and fractional horse power motors, speed control of AC Machine.

Transformer: Introduction to single-phase transformer, single-phase transformer equivalent circuit and laboratory testing, introduction to three-phase transformer.

Industrial Electronics: Semiconductor diode, transistor characteristics, equivalent circuits, self-biasing circuits, emitter-follower amplifiers, push-pull amplifier. Introduction to silicon controlled rectifier and its application. Oscilloscope. Transducers: strain, temperature, pressure, speed and torque measurements, Introduction to PLC, microcontrollers.

Digital electronics: Digital and analog systems, digital circuits/logic circuits; Logic gates and Boolean algebra; Introduction to counters and registers; Introduction to integrated-circuit logic families, MOS, CMOS, MOSFET etc; Interfacing with analog world; Timing circuits. Introduction to PLC and microcomputer controllers.

Math 2303          Mathematics-IV

4 hours/ week      Credit: 4


Infinite Series: Sequence and series, Convergence of series, Uniform convergence, Absolute convergence and divergence.


Complex Variable: Complex number system, general functions of complex variables, Limit and continuity of a function of complex variable and related theorems, Complex differentiation and the Cauchy-Riemann equations, Cauchy’s integral theorem, Cauchy’s integral formula, line integral of a complex function, Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series, residues, Cauchy’s residue theorem, singular points, bilinear transformation, evaluation of residues, contour integration.

Ordinary Differential Equations: Formation of differential equation, Differential equation, where variables are separable, First order homogeneous equation, Equation reducible to homogeneous form, First order linear equation, Clairaut’s form; one variable absent; Exact differential equation, General linear equation of second and higher order with constant coefficients, Solution of homogeneous linear equations; applications, Differential equations with variable coefficients in which either dependent or independent variables are absent. Factorizing the operator, Euler’s equation.