| Department of Mechanical Engineering

B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering

Out of the total 109 Core Credits, students are required to complete 20 Credits from Basic Sciences, 9 Credits from Engineering Sciences and 18 Credits from Projects. Further, the 6 Credits from UWEs can also be transferred to CCCs.
160

Total Credits

109

Core Credits

9

Major Electives

42

CCC + UWE credits

Core & Elective Courses

Core Courses

For 2018 batch onward, following changes have been Introduced:

1) Credits for the Material Science and Engineering (MED 201) course have been increased to 4 (3:0:1)
2) Mechanical Engineering Design & Graphics (MED 209) course will be of 3 credits (2:0:1)
3) Core course Machine Design (MED 212) of 2 credits (2:0:0) is introduced in 5th Semester 
4) The Mechatronics & Control System (MED 412) course will be of 4 credits (2:1:1)
5) Credits for Project 1 are reduced to 3

Course code
Title
Credit
CSD101
Introduction to Computing and Programming
4

Prerequisite: NA

Basics of Computer Programming, Introduction to C programming, Data Types, Operators, Control Statements, Functions, Arrays, Pointers, Strings, Formatted I/O, Structures, Unions, Bit Manipulation, File Processing, Brief Introduction to Data Structures.

EED101
Introduction to Electrical Engineering
5

Course description not available.

MAT201
Mathematical Methods I
4

Course description not available.

MAT203
Mathematical Methods II
4

Course description not available.

MAT205
MATHEMATICAL METHODS III ? Probability and Statistics
3

Core course for B.Tech. except Computer Science. Not available as UWE.

Credits (Lec:Tut:Lab)= 3:0:0 (3 lectures weekly)

Prerequisites: MAT 103 (Mathematical Methods I)

Overview:  Probability is the means by which we model the inherent randomness of natural phenomena. This course introduces you to a range of techniques for understanding randomness and variability, and for understanding relationships between quantities. The concluding portions on Statistics take up the problem of testing our theoretical models against actual data, as well as applying the models to data in order to make decisions.

Detailed Syllabus:

  1. Probability: sample space and events, classical and axiomatic probability, permutations and combinations, conditional probability, independence, Bayes’ formula 
  2. Random Variables: discrete and continuous probability distributions, mean and variance, binomial and Poisson, normal, joint distributions, covariance, correlation and regression (linear) 
  3. Mathematical Statistics: exploring data, random samples, point estimation, Central limit theorem, Maximum likelihood, chi-square, t and F-distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing

References:

  1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig, Wiley.
  2. Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists by Sheldon Ross, 2nd edition, Harcourt Academic Press.
  3. Theory and Problems of Beginning Statistics by L. J. Stephens, Schaum’s Outline Series, McGraw-Hill
  4. John E. Freund’s Mathematical Statistics with Applications by I. Miller & M. Miller, 7th edition, Pearson, 2011.

Past Instructors: Charu Sharma, Niteesh Sahni, Suma Ghosh

MED101
Manufacturing Processes
2

Course description not available.

MED104
Descriptive engineering drawing
2

Course description not available.

MED105
Engineering Mechanics Statics and Dynamics
4

Course description not available.

MED201
Materials Science and Engineering
3

Course description not available.

MED203
Mechanics of Solids
4

Course description not available.

MED204
Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines
4

Course description not available.

MED205
Engineering Thermodynamics
3

Course description not available.

MED208
Manufacturing Science
4

Course description not available.

MED209
Mechanical Engineering Design and Graphics
4

Course description not available.

MED210
Principles of Industrial Engineering
2

Course description not available.

MED211
Mechanics of Fluids
4

Course description not available.

MED301
Applied Thermodynamics
3

Course description not available.

MED303
Heat and Mass Transfer
4

Course description not available.

MED305
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
4

Course description not available.

MED306
Fluid Machinery
3

Course description not available.

MED309
Operations Research
3

Course description not available.

MED314
Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing
3

Course description not available.

MED315
I.C. Engines & Automobiles
4

Course description not available.

MED412
Mechatronics & Control System
3

Course description not available.

MED497
Project-1
6

Course description not available.

MED498
Project-2
12

Course description not available.

PHY101
Introduction to Physics I
4

This is the first part of a two part introductory course for engineering students and for science students not majoring in physics. The course will introduce students to the fundamentals of mechanics and thermal physics.

PHY102
Introduction to Physics II
5

This is a continuation of PHY 101 meant for engineers and non-physics majors. The course will introduce students to Electricity and Magnetism, Maxwell’s equations, light as an electromagnetic wave, and wave optics.

Elective Courses

Course code
Title
Credit
MED307
Finite Element Methods
3

Course description not available.

MED308
Power Plant Engineering
3

Course description not available.

MED310
Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics
3

Course description not available.

MED313
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
3

Course description not available.

MED316
Advanced Manufacturing Processes
3

Course description not available.

MED318
Supply Chain Management
3

Course description not available.

MED319
Statistical Quality Control
3

Course description not available.

MED322
Advanced Structural Materials and Applied Tribology
3

Course description not available.

MED403
Solar Energy
3

Course description not available.

MED404
Advanced Computer Programming and Numerical Techniques
3

Course description not available.

MED409
Mechanics of Composite Structures : A Computational Approach
3

Course description not available.

MED410
Computational Fluid Dynamics
3

Course description not available.

MED414
Surface Engineering
3

Course description not available.

MED415
Energy Conversion Technology and Energy Management
3

Course description not available.