MTech in Mechanical Engineering
(Specialization: Computer Assisted Manufacturing)
Semester  1 

Semester  2 







Course No 
Course Name 
LTPC 

Course No 
Course Name 
LTPC 
ME 501 
Advanced Engineering Mathematics 
3028 

ME 513 
Physics of Manufacturing Process 
3006 
ME 511 
Advanced Materials and Processing 
2026 

ME 514 
Computer Integrated Manufacturing 
3006 
ME 512 
Mechatronics and Manufacturing Automation 
3006 

ME 6xx 
Elective III 
3006 
ME 6xx 
Elective I 
3006 

ME 6xx 
Elective IV 
3006 
ME 515 
Manufacturing Laboratory 
0066 

ME 6xx 
Elective V 
3006 








Total Credits: 
1101032 


Total Credits: 
150030 







Semester  3 


Semester 4 








Course No 
Course Name 
LTPC 

Course No 
Course Name 
LTPC 
ME 610 
Project Phase I 
002424 

ME 690 
Project Phase II 
002424 








Total Credits: 
002424 


Total Credits: 
002424 
ME 501 Advanced
Engineering Mathematics
(3028)
Vector and Tensor Analysis
in Cartesian system, effect of rotation of coordinate systems. Review of ODEs; Laplace
& Fourier methods, series solutions, and orthogonal polynomials. SturmLiouville
problem. Review of 1^{st} and 2^{nd} order PDEs. Linear systems of algebraic equations.
Gauss elimination, LU decomposition etc., Matrix inversion, illconditioned
systems. Numerical eigen solution techniques (Power, Householder, QR methods etc.).
Numerical solution of systems of nonlinear algebraic equations; NewtonRaphson method.
Numerical integration: NewtonCotes methods, error estimates, Gaussian
quadrature. Numerical solution of ODEs: Euler,
Adams, RungeKutta methods, and predictorcorrector
procedures; stability of solutions; solution of stiff equations. Solution of PDEs: finite difference
techniques. Probability and Statistics – Probability Distribution, Bays
Theorem, Parameter Estimation, Testing of Hypothesis, Goodness of Fit. Laboratory: Basics of programming. Numerical experiments with the
algorithms covered in class. Texts/References: 1.
E. Kreyzig,
Advanced Engineering Mathematics,
New Age International, 1996. 2.
D. S.
Watkins, Fundamentals of Matrix
Computations, John Wiley, 1992. 3. M. K. Jain, S. R. K. Iyengar,
and R. K. Jain, Numerical Methods for
Scientific and Engineering Computation, 3^{rd} Ed., New Age
International, 1993. 4.
D.S. Chandrashekaraiah and L. Debnath,
Continuum Mechanics, Academic
Press, 1994. 5.
M.K.
Jain, S.R.K. Iyenger and R.K. Jain, Computational Methods for Partial
Differential Equations, New Age International, 1994. 6.
R.
Courant and D. Hilbert, Methods of
Mathematical Physics, Wiley, 1989. 7.
P.V. O’Neil, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Cengage Learning, 2007. 8.
G. B. Arfken, H. J. Weber and
F.Harris, Mathematical Methods for Physicists, 5^{th} Ed., Academic
Press, 2000. 
ME
511 Advanced
Materials and Processing (2026) Introduction
of advanced materials and its manufacturing processes for engineering
applications. Piezoelectric materials
(PZT): piezoelectric
effect, Dielectric hysterisis, piezoelectric
constants, piezoelectric charge constants, dynamic behaviour
of PZT transducers, piezoelectric materials and manufacturing techniques
(stability, poling and depolarisation). Shape memory alloys (SMA): Shape
memory effect and the metallurgical phenomenon of SMA, Temperature assisted shape
memory effect, Viscoelastic behaviour,
magnetic shape memory effect. Various shape memory
alloys. Manufacturing technology
of SMAs. Electro rheological (ER) and magnetorheological (MR) materials: Characteristics of ER and EM fluids.
ER and EM materials. Composite
materials: Design and manufacturing of polymer matrix, metal matrix
and ceramic matrix composites. Various forms and type of reinforcements,
fillers and additives. Design of composites for structural, wear resistance
and high temperature applications.
Microelectromechanical
(MEMS) systems. Introduction, characteristics of silicon wafers and
other materials for MEMS applications. Various manufacturing techniques of
MEMS components Materials for high
temperature applications: NiCr alloys, ODS materials, Ni base and Co
based super alloys, carboncarbon composites. Diffusion bond coating of high
temperature materials. Powder metallurgy: Introduction and feature of powder
metallurgy processes. Advanced solidification techniques: directional
solidification, single crystal growth and levitation melting. Textbooks
/ References: 1. Gandhi, M.V. and Thompson, B.S., Smart materials and Structures, Chapman and Hall, 1992 2. Otsuka, K. and Wayman, C. M., Shape memory materials, C.U.P, 1998 3. Taylor, W., Pizoelectricity, George Gorden and Breach Sc. Pub., 1985 4.
Mallick,
P.K., Fiber Reinforced Composites Materials, Manufacturing and Design. Marcel Dekker Inc, New York,
1993. 
ME
512 Mechatronics and Manufacturing Automation (3 0 0 6) Syllabus:
Definition of mechatronics. Mechatronics
in manufacturing, products and design. Review of fundamentals of electronics.
Data conversion devices, sensors, microsensors,
transducers, signal processing devices, relays, contactors and timers.
Microprocessors controllers and PLCs. Drives: stepper motors, servo
drives. Ball screws, linear
motion bearings, cams, systems controlled by camshafts, electronic cams,
indexing mechanisms,
tool magazines, transfer systems. Hydraulic systems: flow, pressure and
direction control valves, actuators, and supporting elements, hydraulic power
packs, pumps. Design of hydraulic circuits.
Pneumatics: production, distribution and conditioning of compressed air,
system components and graphic representations, design of systems. Description
of PID controllers. CNC machines and part programming. Industrial Robotics. Textbooks: 1. Boucher, T. O., Computer automation in
manufacturing  an Introduction, Chapman and Hall, 1996. 2. HMT ltd. Mechatronics,
Tata McgrawHill, New Delhi, 1988. References: 1. Deb, S. R., Robotics technology and
flexible automation, Tata McGrawHill, New Delhi, 1994. 2. Boltan, W., Mechatronics: electronic control
systems in mechanical and electrical engineering, Longman, Singapore, 1999. 
ME
515 Manufacturing
Laboratory (0 0 6 6) Syllabus: Measurement of cutting forces,
surface roughness, tool wear, dimensional deviation and vibrations in
machining. Measurement of chip thickness ratio and temperature in machining.
Determination of the mill modulus of a laboratory rolling mill. Measurement
of microhardness. Ring
compression test for the estimation of friction in metal forming. Opendie
forging: observation of bulging and forging load. Hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Sensors and transducers. PID controller. Study of robots. CNC programming.
Design of simple electronic circuits. Microprocessors and PLCs for
manufacturing applications. Electrochemical machining, laser and plasma
cutting. Vacuum coating. 
ME 513 Physics
of Manufacturing Processes (3 0 0 6) Syllabus: Introduction of manufacturing
processes from the point of view of underlying physics. Stresses and Strain:
stress and strain behavior of materials, plastic and tangent modulus, work
hardening, plastic instability in tensile test, empirical stressstrain
equations, effect of pressure, strainrate and temperature, analysis of
stress tensor, eigen values, decomposition into deviatoric and hydrostatic components, octahedral
stresses, analysis of strain and strainrates, stress equilibrium and virtual
work, objective stress rates. Plasticity: the criteria of yielding, isotropic
and anisotropic hardening, rules of plastic flow, LevyMises
and PrandtleReuss equations, anisotropic flow
rule, Hill’s 1948 and 1979 yield criteria for anisotropic yielding.
Upper bound theorem and its application in processes like rolling, wire
drawing, extrusion, forging and machining. Lower bound theorem with a few applications.
Slab method and its application in process like asymmetric rolling, forging,
wire drawing and extrusion. Elastoplastic sheet
bending. Analysis of autofrettaging. Theory of slipline field and its application in metal forming and
machining. Heat transfer analysis in manufacturing. Workability and dynamic
materials model. Textbooks :
References: 1.Incropera, F.P. and DeWiit, D.P., Fundamentals of heat and mass transfer,
John Wiley & Sons, Singapore. 2.Prasad, Y.V.R.K., Sasidhara, S., Hot working
guide: a compendium of processing maps, ASM International, Materials Park,
OH, 1997. 
ME
514
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3 0 0 6) Syllabus:
Evolution of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM). ComputerAided Design
(CAD). ComputerAided Manufacturing (CAM). CAD/CAM Integration. Review
of automation and control technologies. Material Handling technologies. Data Communication technologies. Automatic
Data Acquisition technologies. Database Management
technologies. Various
Manufacturing Systems: Group Technology & Cellular Manufacturing Systems,
Flexible Manufacturing Systems, Transfer lines, Automated Assembly Systems.
Quality Control Systems. ComputerAided Process Planning. Concurrent Engineering.
Production Planning and Control Systems. Lean and Agile Manufacturing. Webbased manufacturing. Textbooks / References: 1.
Groover, M. P.,
Automation production systems, and computerintegrated manufacturing, second edition,
PrenticeHall of India, New Delhi, 2001. 2.
Vajpayee, S. K., Principles of
computerintegrated manufacturing, PrenticeHall of India, New
Delhi, 2005. 









