**PO1**. **Engineering knowledge:** Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

**PO2**. **Problem analysis:** Identity, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using the first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

**PO3**. **Design/development of solutions:** Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

**PO4**. **Conduct investigations of complex problems:** Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

**PO5**. **Modern tool usage:** Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

**PO6**. **The engineer and society:** Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

**PO7**. **Environment and sustainability:** Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

**PO8**. **Ethics:** Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

**PO9**. **Individual and team work:** Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

**PO10**. **Communication:** Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

**PO11**. **Project management and finance:** Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

**PO12**. **Life-long learning:** Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

**PSO1: MECHANICAL SOFTWARE’S CENTRIC DOMAIN:** Able to function in the software industry in the areas of design and development of software tools such as Auto CAD, Solid works, CFD, ANSYS.

**PSO2: CORE TECHNICAL FIELD:** Able to work in power plant and manufacturing industries in the sphere of operation and maintenance.

#### R-18 REGULATION

s.no | year/ sem | Sub name | Sub code | Course Outcomes | |

1 | I Btech I Sem | Mathematics – I | MA101BS | CO1 | Examine the System of Linear Equations to Analyze Basic Electrical Circuits. |

CO2 | find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors | ||||

CO3 | Classify the Nature of Quadratic Form. | ||||

CO4 | Indentify the Characteristic of Sequence and Series. | ||||

CO5 | Write the behavior of Slope the Curves using Mean Value Theorems. | ||||

CO6 | Categorize the nature of Stationary points of a function. | ||||

2 | Engineering Physics | PH102BS | CO1 | The student would be able to learn the fundamental concepts on electronic devices like L.C.R,R.C, L.E.D etc | |

CO2 | The knowledge of fundamentals of electric nature enable the students to applying varies areas like Hall effect , photo electric effect . | ||||

CO3 | The course also helping the students to be exposed to the phenomeanas of electromagnetism, photo voltaic effect in daily life. | ||||

3 | Programming for Problem Solving | CS103ES | CO1 | To write algorithms and to draw flowcharts for solving problems | |

CO2 | To convert the algorithms/flowcharts to C programs. | ||||

CO3 | To code and test a given logic in C programming language. | ||||

CO4 | To decompose a problem into functions and to develop modular reusable code. | ||||

CO5 | To use arrays, pointers, strings and structures to write C programs. | ||||

co6 | Searching and sorting problems | ||||

4 | Engineering Graphics | ME104ES | CO1 | Apply standards and conventions to exhibit proficiency while drawing lines printing letters and showing dimensions. | |

CO2 | Classify the system of projection with respect to observer, object and the reference planes. | ||||

CO3 | Construct orthographic views of an object when its position with respect to the reference planes is defined. | ||||

CO4 | Analyze the internal details of an object through sectional views. | ||||

CO5 | Develop 3D isometric view from the 2D orthographic views & understanding the basic commands of Auto- CAD. | ||||

Engineering Physics Lab | PH105BS | CO1 | The student would be able to learn the fundamental concepts on electronic devices like L.C.R,R.C, L.E.D etc | ||

5 | CO2 | The knowledge of fundamentals of electric nature enable the students to applying varies areas like Hall effect , photo electric effect | |||

CO3 | The course also helping the students to be exposed to the phenomeanas of electromagnetism, photo voltaic effect in daily life. | ||||

6 | Programming for Problem Solving Lab | CS106ES | CO1 | Ability to understand the basic concept of C Programming | |

CO2 | Ability to write, compile and debug programs in C language. | ||||

CO3 | Ability to use different data types in a computer program. | ||||

CO4 | Ability to design programs involving decision structures, loops and functions. | ||||

CO5 | Ability to understand and analyze searching and sorting algorithms. | ||||

CO6 | Ability to create, read and write to and from simple text and binary files | ||||

7 | Environmental Science | *MC109ES | CO1 | Ability to understand technologies on the basis of Ecological Principles and Environmental regulations. | |

CO2 | Ability to demonstrate the knowledge of Environmental Science and engineering to formulate and solve problems. | ||||

CO3 | Ability to identify the complex relationship between scientific approaches to global environmental issues in political, social and economic context. | ||||

CO4 | Ability to demonstrate the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities. | ||||

CO5 | Ability to design implement and evaluate a engineering based system to meet desired needs with realistic constraints such as social, legal health and safety. | ||||

co6 | Ability to integrate and apply perspectives across the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities in the context of complex environmental problems. Which in turn helps sustainable development | ||||

8 | I Btech II Sem | Mathematics – II | MA201BS | CO1 | Identify whether the given differential equation of first order is exact or not. |

CO2 | Apply the concept of higher differential equation to real World problems | ||||

CO3 | apply multiple integrals concept in rectangular solid. | ||||

CO4 | Use vectors calculus in line, surface and volume integrals and converting them from one | ||||

9 | Chemistry | CH202BS | CO1 | Understand the concepts of molecular and atomic orbitals and band theory related to conductivity. | |

CO2 | Apply different methods to convert hard water into soft water. | ||||

CO3 | Apply the electro chemistry concept to control corrosion process | ||||

CO4 | Analyse the reaction mechanism of organic molecules and synthesis of drug molecules. | ||||

CO5 | Apply the basic techniques of spectroscopy in medical and other fields | ||||

10 | Engineering Mechanics | ME203ES | CO1 | Draw free body diagrams for resultant forces and moments | |

CO2 | Identify the centroid and moment of inertias for given sections. | ||||

CO3 | Apply laws of mechanics for efficiency of simple machines with consideration of frictional forces. | ||||

CO4 | Analyse the motions of trajectory characteristics. | ||||

CO5 | Apply D Alemberts principle for motions of rigid bodies. | ||||

11 | English | EN205HS | CO1 | Usage of English Language effectively in spoken and written forms | |

CO2 | Classify the given texts and respond appropriately | ||||

CO3 | Communicate confidently in formal and informal contexts. | ||||

12 | Engineering Chemistry Lab | CH206BS | CO1 | Determination of parameters like hardness and chloride content in water | |

CO2 | Estimation of rate constant of a reaction from concentration – time relationships | ||||

CO3 | Determination of physical properties like adsorption and viscosity | ||||

CO4 | Calculation of Rf values of some organic molecules by TLC technique | ||||

13 | English Language and Communication Skills Lab | EN207HS | CO1 | Usage of English Language effectively in spoken and written forms | |

CO2 | Classify the given texts and respond appropriately | ||||

CO3 | Communicate confidently in formal and informal contexts. | ||||

14 | ENGG WORKSHOP | ME205ES | CO1 | Study and practice on machine tools and their operations | |

CO2 | Practice on manufacturing of components using workshop trades including pluming, fitting, carpentry, foundry, house wiring and welding. | ||||

CO3 | Identify and apply suitable tools for different trades of Engineering processes including drilling, material removing, measuring, chiseling. | ||||

CO4 | Apply basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice. | ||||

15 | II Btech I Sem | Probability and Statistics & Complex Variables | MA301BS | CO1 | Apply the concept of random variable, Probability, Distribution in the experimental data. |

CO2 | Analyze the complex function with reference to their Analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral and Residue’s theorem. | ||||

CO3 | Develop the Taylor’s and Laurent’s Series expansion of Complex functions. | ||||

16 | Mechanics of Solids | ME302PC | CO1 | Design a bar element based on different loads such as structural and thermal. | |

CO2 | Construct a beam element based on different loads | ||||

CO3 | Design a different cross sections like, rectangular, circular, triangular, I, T angle sections. | ||||

CO4 | Finding slope and deflection for different support arrangements by Double integration method, Macaulay’s method and Moment-Area. | ||||

CO5 | Calculate stresses induced in cylinders subjected to internal, external pressures | ||||

17 | Material Science and Metallurgy | ME303PC | CO1 | To analyse crystal structures and imperfection in solids. | |

CO2 | To estimate the alloys by using iron-iron carbide phase diagram. | ||||

CO3 | Interpretation of final micro structures and properties by using continuous cooling curves. | ||||

CO4 | To apply the different types of heat treatments from IT diagrams for fe-C alloys. | ||||

18 | Production Technology | ME304PC | CO1 | Select materials, types and allowances of patterns used in casting. | |

CO2 | Understand arc, gas, solid state and resistance welding processes. | ||||

CO3 | Inspect the weldments by various NDT techniques | ||||

CO4 | practically workout on metal forming processes like drawing, rolling and extrusion. | ||||

19 | Thermodynamics | ME305PC | CO1 | Analyze the thermodynamic systems, its boundary and related fundamental definitions with energy transition.. | |

CO2 | To understand the different laws of thermodynamics, and their application systems. | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the concepts of Carnot cycle, entropy, reversibility and irreversibility with thermal analogy. | ||||

CO4 | Understand the process of steam formation and also calculate the properties of steam with the help of standard steam tables and p-h charts. | ||||

CO5 | To know the various gas laws and also is able to estimate various psychometric properties of air. | ||||

CO6 | Analyze the concept of air standard cycles and also calculate the performance parameters of the cycles. | ||||

20 | Production Technology Lab | ME306PC | CO1 | Select materials, types and allowances of patterns used in casting. | |

CO2 | Understand arc, gas, solid state and resistance welding processes. | ||||

CO3 | Inspect the weldments by various NDT techniques | ||||

CO4 | practically workout on metal forming processes like drawing, rolling and extrusion. | ||||

21 | Machine Drawing Practice | ME307PC | CO1 | Able to design the screw threads bolts, nuts, stud bolts and set screws for machine parts. | |

CO2 | Able to draw the keys, cotter joints, knuckle joints, riveted joints for plates. | ||||

CO3 | Able to draw the keys, cotter joints, knuckle joints, riveted joints for plates. | ||||

CO4 | Able to draw the assembly drawings of engine parts and machine parts. | ||||

22 | Material Science and Mechanics of Solids Lab | ME308PC | CO1 | Analyze the behaviour of solid bodies subjected to various types of loads | |

CO2 | To evaluate the hardness of materials by using different instruments | ||||

CO3 | To estimate the torsional stresses on circular shafts | ||||

23 | Constitution of India | *MC309 | CO1 | Able to understand historical background of the constitutional making and its importance for building a democratic India, the structure of Indian government, the structure of state government, the local Administration, | |

CO2 | Able to apply the knowledge on directive principle of state policy, the knowledge in strengthening of the constitutional institutions like CAG, Election Commission and UPSC for sustaining democracy | ||||

CO3 | Able to analyze the History, features of Indian constitution, the role Governor and Chief Minister, role of state election commission, the decentralization of power between central, state and local self-government | ||||

CO4 | Able to evaluate Preamble, Fundamental Rights and Duties, Zilla Panchayat, block level organization, various commissions of viz SC/ST/OBC and women. | ||||

24 | II Btech II Sem | Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering | EE401ES | CO1 | Understand and analyze basic A.C and D.C Electric circuits |

CO2 | Analyze and solve electrical circuits using network laws and distinguish between single phase and three phase circuits | ||||

CO3 | To study the working principles of Electrical Machines | ||||

CO4 | Identify and characterize diodes and rectifiers | ||||

CO5 | Identify and characterize various types of transistors | ||||

25 | Kinematics of Machinery | ME402PC | CO1 | Design a kinematic mechanism for a machine | |

CO2 | Calculate the unknown velocity, acceleration of a machine component. | ||||

CO3 | Design a cam and follower for I.C engines | ||||

CO4 | Analyze the length of path of contact, arc of contact, contact ratio, maximum velocity of sliding, number of pairs of teeth in contact , angle turn, just making contact, just leaving contact, pitch point | ||||

CO5 | Design mechanical drives for suitable application | ||||

26 | Thermal Engineering – I | ME403PC | CO1 | Understand main idea and importance behind the 2 – S and 4 – S IC engines. | |

CO2 | To analyse the working of the basic components in the IC engines, Compressors. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the combustion process and also how it does affect the performance of the IC engines. | ||||

CO4 | Apply the thermodynamic principles in the design of an IC engines, compressors and refrigeration system | ||||

CO5 | Formulate and perform the procedures required for the maintenance and operation of IC engines, compressors and refrigeration systems. | ||||

CO6 | Compare different IC engines, and gas turbines. | ||||

27 | Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines | ME404PC | CO1 | Study the concepts of fluid properties and determine the pressure head of a fluid in a pipe by using manometer | |

CO2 | Analyze the fluid flow problems with the application of the Continuity, Bernoulli’s, momentum and energy equations | ||||

CO3 | Understand the Navier-Stoke’s Equations and Boundary layer concepts | ||||

co4 | calculate various parameters of given turbines for a hydropower plant. | ||||

co5 | Identify the different hydraulic machines with their working principles | ||||

28 | Instrumentation and Control Systems | ME405PC | CO1 | To identify and eliminate the errors for measuring systems in typical instruments. | |

CO2 | To construct various transducers to measure the displacement, temperature and pressure. | ||||

CO3 | To apply the various methods to measure level, flow, speed, acceleration and vibration for instruments | ||||

CO4 | To analyse the stress-strain, humidity, force, torque and power of various instruments. | ||||

CO5 | To apply first and second order mechanical systems for different control systems. | ||||

29 | Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab | EE409ES | CO1 | Understand and analyze basic A.C and D.C Electric circuits | |

CO2 | Analyze and solve electrical circuits using network laws and distinguish between single phase and three phase circuits | ||||

CO3 | To study the working principles of Electrical Machines | ||||

CO4 | Identify and characterize diodes and rectifiers | ||||

CO5 | Identify and characterize various types of transistors | ||||

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Lab | ME407PC | CO1 | Perform experiments to determine the flow coefficient for Venturi &Orifice meters | ||

30 | C02 | To find the coefficant of force acting by impact of jet on varity of vanes | |||

C03 | determine coefficant of friction and minor losses by apparatus | ||||

CO4 | calliberation by varing the flow rate on various water pumps. | ||||

CO5 | perform test on various water turbines. | ||||

31 | Instrumentation and Control Systems Lab | ME408PC | CO1 | To identify and eliminate the errors for measuring systems in typical instruments. | |

CO2 | To construct various transducers to measure the displacement, temperature and pressure. | ||||

CO3 | To apply the various methods to measure level, flow, speed, acceleration and vibration for instruments | ||||

CO4 | To analyse the stress-strain, humidity, force, torque and power of various instruments. | ||||

CO5 | To apply first and second order mechanical systems for different control systems. | ||||

32 | Gender Sensitization Lab | MC409 | CO1 | Develop a better understanding of important issues related to gender in contemporary India | |

CO2 | Analyze basic dimensions of the biological, sociological, psychological and legal aspects of gender | ||||

CO3 | Develop a sense of appreciation of women in all walks of life and will be equipped to work and live together as equals. | ||||

CO4 | Examine the new laws for women protection & relief, and empower students to understand and respond to gender violence | ||||

33 | III YEAR I SEM | DMM-I | ME502PC | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of the design, material selection, component behaviour subjected to loads and criteria of failure. |

CO2 | Analyse the cyclic loading for solid bodies | ||||

CO3 | Design a riveted, welded and bolted joints under bending, torsion and eccentric loading. | ||||

CO4 | Estimate the stresses in types of cotter and knuckle joints | ||||

co5 | Design a solid, hallow shafts for combined loads and shaft coupling | ||||

34 | DOM | ME501PC | CO1 | Analyze the effect of a gyroscope on ships, aeroplanes and automobile | |

CO2 | Work on important machine elements like clutches, brakes, flywheels, governors. | ||||

CO3 | Analyze the theory involved in balancing of rotating and reciprocating members. | ||||

CO4 | Estimate the unbalanced forces in a multi-cylinder reciprocating engine. | ||||

CO5 | Understand longitudinal, transverse and torsional vibrations so as to avoid resonance. | ||||

35 | METROLOGY AND MACHINE TOOLS | ME503PC | CO1 | Apply cutting mechanics to metal machining based on cutting force and power consumption | |

CO2 | Operate lathe, milling, drill press, grinding, shaping and planning machines etc. | ||||

CO3 | Improve the surface finish to improve the quality of the product. | ||||

CO4 | Inspect the machined components according to specifications through measuring instruments such as GO & NO GO gauges, bevel protractor ,sine bar, CMM etc. | ||||

CO5 | Evaluate the quality of the machine tool with alignment test. | ||||

36 | BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS | SM504MS | CO1 | The students will understand the various Forms of Business and the Impact of economic Variable on the Business. | |

CO2 | The Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt. | ||||

CO3 | The students will understand how production function is carried out to Achieve least cost Combination of input and cost analysis. | ||||

CO4 | . The students can study the framework for manual accounting process. | ||||

CO5 | The Students can analyze and interpret the financial statement through Ratio analysis and Funds flow statement & Cash flow statement. | ||||

37 | THERMAL ENGINEERING -II | ME505PC | CO1 | Describe a steam power cycle with its operational parameters and constraints, determine its heat input, power output and efficiency and also modify the cycle | |

CO2 | To Classify steam boilers and also explain the thermodynamic analysis of nozzles | ||||

CO3 | To Analyze the working principle of impulse turbines and determine the work done and efficiency of the impulse turbines | ||||

CO4 | To Analyze the working of reaction turbines and determine the work done and efficiency of the reaction turbines | ||||

CO5 | To Compare the steam condensers and explain the working of different types of condensers | ||||

CO6 | Discuss the principles of jet propulsion and rocket engineering and their thermodynamic analysis | ||||

38 | OPERATION RESEARCH | ME506PC | CO1 | UNDERSTAND AND ANALYZE MANAGERIAL PROBLEMS IN INDUSTRY SO THAT THEY WILL USE RESOURCES(STAFFING, CAPITAL, MACHINE) MORE EFFECTIVELY AND FORMULATE MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS | |

CO2 | FORMULATE AND SOLVE THE OPTIMUM SOLUTION OF TRANSPORTATION AND INTEGER PROGRAMMING MODELS | ||||

CO3 | ANALYZE THE SEQUENCING PROBLEM AND GAME THEORY PROBLEMS AND ALLOCATES JOBS TO MACHINES APPROPRIATELY WITHOUT ANY LOSS OF TIME | ||||

CO4 | FIND THE PATH OF THE QUE IN QUEING THEORY TO SOLVE THE QUEING THEORY PROBLEMS | ||||

39 | MMT LAB | ME508PC | CO1 | Operate on lathe machine, shaper, planer & slotter for different shapes on work piece | |

CO2 | practice on grinding machine for surface finish | ||||

CO3 | work on milling & drilling machine for holes and gear cuts. | ||||

CO4 | Demonstrate the use of instrument optical flates ,sine bars spirite level ,surface pale and alignment test . | ||||

CO5 | Calibration of Measuring Instruments by Vernier Caliper, Micromete, Gear tooth Vernier Caliper, tool maker microscope . | ||||

40 | KOMDOM LAB | ME509PC | CO1 | Explain gear parameters, kinematics of mechanisms, gyroscopic effect and working of lab equipments | |

CO2 | Determine mass moment of inertia of mechanical element, governor effort and range sensitivity, natural frequency and damping coefficient, torsional frequency, critical speeds of shafts, balancing mass of rotating and reciprocating masses, and transmissibility ratio. | ||||

41 | TE LAB | ME507PC | CO1 | Visualize the cycle timings of S.I and C.I engines | |

CO2 | Determine performance characteristics of C.I and S.I engines | ||||

CO3 | Differentiate between water tube and fire tube boilers. | ||||

CO4 | Estimate the importance of multi-staging of air compressors | ||||

42 | III YEAR IISEM | Design of Machine Members-II | ME601PC | CO1 | Design a type of bearings by using different empirical relations |

CO2 | Design a connecting rod and piston with different forces acting on it. | ||||

CO3 | Analyse the stresses and deflections on mechanical springs | ||||

CO4 | Evaluate the transmission of power, efficiencies on belts and pulleys | ||||

CO5 | Design of gears using AGMA procedure involving lewis and Buckingham equations. | ||||

43 | Heat Transfer | ME602PC | CO1 | Students are able to model the given heat transfer problem mathematically, categorize the heat transfer problems | |

CO2 | Students are able to derive the equation for temperature distribution in fins, to estimate the rate of heat transfer through conduction through slabs, cylindrical and spherical surface objects. | ||||

CO3 | Students are capable to design the thickness of insulation based on the requirement of heat transfer | ||||

CO4 | Students are able to estimate the rate of heat transfer heat transfer coefficients for forced and free convection Heat transfer problems | ||||

CO5 | Students are able to perform the LMTD & NTU analysis to the heat exchanger problems, to analyze and design the boiling heat transfer problems | ||||

CO6 | Students are able to analyze and design the Condensation heat transfer problems, to analyze and estimate the heat transfer through radiation | ||||

44 | CAD & CAM | ME603PC | CO1 | Develop the objects in 2D & 3D space. | |

CO2 | Analyse the complicated shapes through behavior of curves and surfaces. | ||||

CO3 | Fabricate industrial components through CNC programming. | ||||

CO4 | Optimize the material using design softwares. | ||||

CO5 | Improves quality and standards of a product through proper planning | ||||

45 | Finite Element Methods | ME604PC | CO1 | Analyse degrees of freedom at each node of bars, trusses, beams, triangular, isoparametric and axi-symmetric elements | |

CO2 | Calculate stresses and strains induced in bars, trusses, beams, triangular, isoparametric and axi-symmetric elements | ||||

CO3 | Perform heat transfer analysis on 2D thin plates,1D slabs and fins | ||||

CO4 | Evaluate Eigen values and eigen vectors for a stepped bar, truss and beam element | ||||

46 | Unconventional Machining Processes(PE-1) | ME611PE | CO1 | compare traditional and non traditional machining methods | |

CO2 | Demonstrate the working process of Mechanical , Electrical , Chemical , electrochemical and Thermal energy based unconventional machining processes. | ||||

CO3 | Examine the significance of various process parameters on MRR. | ||||

CO4 | Estimate the metal removal rate of various unconventional machining processes. | ||||

47 | Fundamentals of management | CS601OE | CO1 | Students should be able to demonstrate basic functional areas and approaches to Management | |

CO2 | Students should be able to understand and analyse the strategic planning, decision making and Problem solving skills | ||||

CO3 | To understand organisational principles, frame work and various functional areas of HRM | ||||

CO4 | Students should be able to apply Leadership and motivational concepts. | ||||

CO5 | Students should be able to institute effective control system. | ||||

48 | Environmental Science | *MC609 | CO1 | To understand the concept of Ecosystem,Ecology and Biodiversity | |

CO2 | To understand the importance of ecological balance,conservant use of natural resources for sustainable development | ||||

CO3 | To understand the impacts of developmental activities on Biodiversity and mitigation measures | ||||

CO4 | To identify the sources of various pollutions and preventive measures | ||||

CO5 | To Understand the environmental policies and regulations | ||||

49 | Heat Transfer Lab | ME605PC | CO1 | Apply Fourier’s law to validate the theoretical over all heat transfer coefficient | |

CO2 | Apply Stefan-Boltzmann law of radiation and emissivity relation | ||||

CO3 | Determine thermal properties of material by applying 1-D steady state heat transfer equation | ||||

CO4 | Apply non-dimensional numbers to evaluate and validate heat transfer parameters. | ||||

50 | CAD & CAM Lab | ME606PC | CO1 | Develop the objects in 2D & 3D space. | |

CO2 | Analyse the complicated shapes through behavior of curves and surfaces. | ||||

CO3 | Fabricate industrial components through CNC programming. | ||||

CO4 | Optimize the material using design softwares. | ||||

CO5 | Improves quality and standards of a product through proper planning | ||||

51 | Advanced Communication Skills lab | EN608HS | CO1 | Acquire vocabulary and use it contextually | |

CO2 | Listen and speak effectively | ||||

CO3 | Develop proficiency in academic reading and writing | ||||

CO4 | Increase possibilities of job prospects | ||||

CO5 | Communicate confidently in formal and informal contexts |

#### R-16 REGULATION

s.no | year/ sem | Sub name | Sub code | Course Outcomes | |

1 | I Btech I Sem | Mathematics-1 | 131AA | CO1 | Examine the System of Linear Equations to Analyze Basic Electrical Circuits. |

CO2 | Find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors | ||||

CO3 | Classify the Nature of Quadratic Form. | ||||

CO4 | find the extreme values of functions of two variables with/ without constraints. | ||||

CO5 | identify whether the given first order DE is exact or not. | ||||

CO6 | Apply the concept of higher differential equation to real World problems | ||||

2 | Mathematics-II | 131AB | CO1 | Apply Laplace transform technique for solutions of ODE’s. | |

CO2 | Evaluate integrals by Beta and Gamma functions | ||||

CO3 | Apply multiple integral concepts to areas, volumes, moment of inertia etc of regions | ||||

CO4 | Evaluates Line, surface, volume integrals and converting them from one to another. | ||||

3 | Engineering Physics | 131AC | CO1 | To realize importance of phenomena’s of light light like interference, diffraction & polarization | |

CO2 | To learn means of production and applications of laser | ||||

CO3 | To learn the principle behind working of optical fibers | ||||

CO4 | To realize the structure of crystals | ||||

CO5 | To understand the defects in crystals | ||||

4 | Computer Programming in C | 131AD | CO1 | To write algorithms and to draw flowcharts for solving problems. | |

CO2 | To convert the algorithms/flowcharts to C programs | ||||

CO3 | To code and test a given logic in C programming language | ||||

CO4 | To decompose a problem into functions and to develop modular reusable code | ||||

CO5 | To use arrays, pointers, strings and structures to write C programs | ||||

co6 | Searching and sorting problems | ||||

5 | Engineering Mechanics | 131AE | CO1 | Draw free body diagrams for resultant forces and moments | |

CO2 | Identify the centroid and moment of inertias for given sections. | ||||

CO3 | Apply laws of mechanics for efficiency of simple machines with consideration of frictional forces. | ||||

CO4 | Analyse the motions of trajectory characteristics. | ||||

CO5 | Apply D Alemberts principle for motions of rigid bodies. | ||||

6 | Engineering Graphics | 131AF | CO1 | Apply standards and conventions to exhibit proficiency while drawing lines printing letters and showing dimensions. | |

CO2 | Classify the system of projection with respect to observer, object and the reference planes. | ||||

CO3 | Construct orthographic views of an object when its position with respect to the reference planes is defined. | ||||

CO4 | Analyze the internal details of an object through sectional views. | ||||

CO5 | Develop 3D isometric view from the 2D orthographic views & understanding the basic commands of Auto- CAD. | ||||

7 | Engineering Physics lab | 13101 | CO1 | The student is expected to develop experimental skills to design new experiments in Engineering. | |

CO2 | With the exposure to these experiments the student can compare the theory and correlate with experiment. | ||||

8 | Computer Programming in C lab | 13102 | CO1 | Ability to understand the basic concept of C Programming | |

CO2 | Ability to write, compile and debug programs in C language. | ||||

CO3 | Ability to use different data types in a computer program. | ||||

CO4 | Ability to design programs involving decision structures, loops and functions. | ||||

CO5 | Ability to understand and analyze searching and sorting algorithms. | ||||

co6 | Ability to create, read and write to and from simple text and binary files | ||||

9 | I Btech II Sem | Applied physics | 132AF | CO1 | Realize the importance of elastic behavior of materials |

CO2 | To learn sabine’s formula for reverberation time and apply in architecture of buildings | ||||

CO3 | To learn various methods of producing ultrasonics and their uses | ||||

CO4 | To learn dielectric, magnetic and superconducting properties of materials & their applications | ||||

10 | Engineering Chemistry | 132AG | CO1 | To attain the basic knowledge of electrochemical procedures related to corrosion and its control. | |

CO2 | To understand the basic properties of water and its usage in domestic and industrial purposes. | ||||

CO3 | To learn the fundamental principles and general properties of organic and inorganic materials. | ||||

CO4 | To interpret the potential application of chemistry and its practical utility. | ||||

11 | Mathematics-III | 132AC | CO1 | Calculate mean, proportions and variances of sampling distributions and to make important decisions s for few samples which are taken from a large data | |

CO2 | Solve the tests of ANOVA for classified data | ||||

CO3 | Find the root of a given equation and solution of a system of equations | ||||

CO4 | Fit a second order parabola, straight line curve for a given data | ||||

CO5 | Analyze the numerical solutions for a given first order initial value problem | ||||

12 | Professional communication in english | 132AH | CO1 | Usage of English Language effectively in spoken and written forms | |

CO2 | Classify the given texts and respond appropriately | ||||

CO3 | Communicate confidently in formal and informal contexts. | ||||

13 | Basic electrical & electronics engineering | 132AJ | CO1 | Understand and analyze basic A.C and D.C Electric circuits | |

CO2 | Analyze and solve electrical circuits using network laws and distinguish between single phase and three phase circuits | ||||

CO3 | To study the working principles of Electrical Machines | ||||

CO4 | Identify and characterize diodes and rectifiers | ||||

CO5 | Identify and characterize various types of transistors | ||||

14 | Engineering chemistry lab | 13204 | CO1 | Able to understand the experiment and do the experiment in proper way. | |

CO2 | Able to findout the endpoint of titrations | ||||

15 | english language communication skill lab | 13205 | CO1 | Study and practice on machine tools and their operations | |

CO2 | Practice on manufacturing of components using workshop trades including pluming, fitting, carpentry, foundry, house wiring and welding. | ||||

CO3 | Identify and apply suitable tools for different trades of Engineering processes including drilling, material removing, measuring, chiseling. | ||||

CO4 | Apply basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice. | ||||

16 | Engineering work shop | 13206 | CO1 | Study and practice on machine tools and their operations | |

CO2 | Practice on manufacturing of components using workshop trades including pluming, fitting, carpentry, foundry, house wiring and welding. | ||||

CO3 | Identify and apply suitable tools for different trades of Engineering processes including drilling, material removing, measuring, chiseling. | ||||

CO4 | Apply basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice. | ||||

17 | II Btech I Sem | Mathematics – IV | 133BD | CO1 | Analyze the complex functions with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s Integral theorem |

CO2 | Find the Taylor’s and Laurent’s series expansion of complex function | ||||

CO3 | Analyze Bilinear Transformation | ||||

CO4 | Express any periodic function in term of sines and cosines | ||||

CO5 | Express a non-periodic function as integral representation | ||||

CO6 | Analyze one dimensional wave and heat equation | ||||

18 | Thermodynamics | 133BX | CO1 | Understand the concepts of thermodynamic properties,thermodynamic equilibrium,work and heat | |

CO2 | Analyze heat pumps,refrigerators,heat engines and compressors by the use of laws of thermodynamics. | ||||

CO3 | Understand and differentiate between different thermodynamic systems and processes | ||||

CO4 | Evaluate the available energy and irreversibility | ||||

CO5 | Evaluate properties of pure substance and gas mixtures | ||||

CO6 | Analyze the performance of steam power cycles | ||||

19 | Kinematics of Machinery | 133BB | CO1 | Design a kinematic mechanism for a machine | |

CO2 | Calculate the unknown velocity, acceleration of a machine component. | ||||

CO3 | Design a cam and follower for I.C engines | ||||

CO4 | Analyze the length of path of contact, arc of contact, contact ratio, maximum velocity of sliding, number of pairs of teeth in contact , angle turn, just making contact, just leaving contact, pitch point | ||||

CO5 | Design mechanical drives for suitable application | ||||

20 | Metallurgy and Material Science | 133BG | CO1 | To analyse crystal structures and imperfection in solids. | |

CO2 | To estimate the alloys by using iron-iron carbide phase diagram. | ||||

CO3 | Interpretation of final micro structures and properties by using continuous cooling curves. | ||||

CO4 | To apply the different types of heat treatments from IT diagrams for fe-C alloys. | ||||

21 | Mechanics of Solids | 133BE | CO1 | Design a bar element based on different loads such as structural and thermal. | |

CO2 | Construct a beam element based on different loads | ||||

CO3 | Design a different cross sections like, rectangular, circular, triangular, I, T angle sections. | ||||

CO4 | Finding slope and deflection for different support arrangements by Double integration method, Macaulay’s method and Moment-Area. | ||||

CO5 | Calculate stresses induced in cylinders subjected to internal, external pressures | ||||

22 | Fuels and Lubricants Lab | 13315 | CO1 | Illustrate the viscosity of liquid lubricants. | |

CO2 | Understand the calorific values of solid and gaseous fuels. | ||||

CO3 | Analyse the flash and fire points of liquid fuels. | ||||

CO4 | Observe the carbon residue for fuels. | ||||

CO5 | Compare the depth penetration for different lubricants. | ||||

23 | Gender Sensitization Lab | 13317 | CO1 | Develop a better understanding of important issues related to gender in contemporary India | |

CO2 | Analyze basic dimensions of the biological, sociological, psychological and legal aspects of gender | ||||

CO3 | Develop a sense of appreciation of women in all walks of life and will be equipped to work and live together as equals. | ||||

CO4 | Examine the new laws for women protection & relief, and empower students to understand and respond to gender violence | ||||

24 | Mechanics of Solids Lab | 13321 | CO1 | Analyze the behaviour of solid bodies subjected to various types of loads | |

CO2 | To evaluate the hardness of materials by using different instruments | ||||

CO3 | To estimate the torsional stresses on circular shafts | ||||

25 | Metallurgy and Material SCIence Lab | 13324 | CO1 | Inspect the microctructures of metals and non-metals | |

CO2 | To estimate the Hardenabilty of steels | ||||

26 | II Btech II Sem | Dynamics of Machinery | 134AU | CO1 | Analyze stabilization of sea vehicles, aircrafts and automobile vehicles. |

CO2 | Evaluate the torque transmission of mechanical systems like brakes, clutches, dynamometers and their working | ||||

CO3 | Construct a flywheel for suitable application. | ||||

CO4 | Design governor for different applications. | ||||

CO5 | Evaluate the unbalanced forces in reciprocating, rotating masses, natural frequencies. | ||||

27 | Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines | 134BC | CO1 | Explain the influence of fluid properties on a flow system. | |

CO2 | Applying mass,momentum & energy equation for various types of practical fluid flow patterns . | ||||

CO3 | Determine minor and major losses in closed conduits by measuring devices. | ||||

CO4 | calculate various parameters of given turbines for a hydropower plant. | ||||

CO5 | Determine performance parameters of centrifugal and reciprocating pump. | ||||

CO6 | Analyse boundary layer concepts. | ||||

28 | Machine Drawing | 134BJ | CO1 | Able to design the screw threads bolts, nuts, stud bolts and set screws for machine parts. | |

CO2 | Able to draw the keys, cotter joints, knuckle joints, riveted joints for plates. | ||||

CO3 | Able to draw the keys, cotter joints, knuckle joints, riveted joints for plates. | ||||

CO4 | Able to draw the assembly drawings of engine parts and machine parts. | ||||

29 | Manufacturing Process | 134BK | CO1 | Select materials, types and allowances of patterns used in casting. | |

CO2 | Understand arc, gas, solid state and resistance welding processes. | ||||

CO3 | Inspect the weldments by various NDT techniques | ||||

CO4 | practically workout on metal forming processes like drawing, rolling and extrusion. | ||||

30 | Business Economic and Financial Analysis | 134AG | CO1 | The students will understand the various Forms of Business and the Impact of economic Variable on the Business. | |

CO2 | The Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt. | ||||

CO3 | The students will understand how production function is carried out to Achieve least cost Combination of input and cost analysis. | ||||

CO4 | . The students can study the framework for manual accounting process. | ||||

co5 | The Students can analyze and interpret the financial statement through Ratio analysis and Funds flow statement & Cash flow statement. | ||||

31 | Kinematics and Dynamics Lab | 13422 | CO1 | Explain gear parameters, kinematics of mechanisms, gyroscopic effect and working of lab equipments | |

CO2 | Determine mass moment of inertia of mechanical element, governor effort and range sensitivity, natural frequency and damping coefficient, torsional frequency, critical speeds of shafts, balancing mass of rotating and reciprocating masses, and transmissibility ratio. | ||||

32 | Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Lab | 13419 | CO1 | Perform experiments to determine the flow coefficient for Venturi &Orifice meters | |

CO2 | To find the coefficant of force acting by impact of jet on varity of vanes | ||||

determine coefficant of friction and minor losses by apparatus | |||||

CO3 | calliberation by varing the flow rate on various water pumps. | ||||

CO4 | perform test on various water turbines. | ||||

CO5 | perform test on various water turbines. | ||||

33 | Manufacturing Process Lab | 13424 | CO1 | Practically involved in casting process by using sand strength testing machine and various patterns | |

CO2 | Practically compare different types of welding operations such as Arc, TIG, Spot, Plasma and Brazing. | ||||

CO3 | Deduct metal forming processes like deep drawing, blanking and piercing, bending | ||||

CO4 | Build Caps and bottles using injection and blow moulding equipments | ||||

34 | Environmental Science and Technology | 13441 | CO1 | Ability to understand technologies on the basis of Ecological Principles and Environmental regulations. | |

CO2 | Ability to demonstrate the knowledge of Environmental Science and engineering to formulate and solve problems. | ||||

CO3 | Ability to identify the complex relationship between scientific approaches to global environmental issues in political, social and economic context. | ||||

CO4 | Ability to demonstrate the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities. | ||||

CO5 | Ability to design implement and evaluate a engineering based system to meet desired needs with realistic constraints such as social, legal health and safety. | ||||

CO6 | Ability to integrate and apply perspectives across the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities in the context of complex environmental problems. Which in turn helps sustainable development | ||||

35 | III Btech I Sem | DESIGN OF MACHINE MEMBERS-1 | 135AG | CO1 | To apply the knowledge of the design, material selection, component behaviour subjected to loads and criteria of failure. |

CO2 | To analyse the cyclic loading for solid bodies. | ||||

CO3 | Design a riveted, welded and bolted joints under bending, torsion and eccentric loading. | ||||

CO4 | To estimate the stresses in types of cotter and knuckle joints. | ||||

CO5 | Design a solid, hallow shafts for combined loads and shaft coupling | ||||

36 | Metrology and Machine Tools | 135BE | CO1 | Apply cutting mechanics to metal machining based on cutting force and power consumption. | |

CO2 | Operate lathe, milling, drill press, grinding, shaping and planning machines etc. | ||||

CO3 | Improve the surface finish to improve the quality of the product. | ||||

CO4 | Inspect the machined components according to specifications through measuring instruments such as GO & NO GO gauges, bevel protractor ,sine bar, CMM etc. | ||||

CO5 | Evaluate the quality of the machine tool with alignment test. | ||||

37 | Thermal Engineering-I | 135BP | CO1 | Understand main idea and importance behind the 2 – S and 4 – S IC engines. | |

CO2 | To analyse the working of the basic components in the IC engines, Compressors and Refrigeration systems. | ||||

CO3 | Understand the combustion process and also how it does affect the performance of the IC engines. | ||||

CO4 | Apply the thermodynamic principles in the design of an IC engines, compressors and refrigeration system. | ||||

CO5 | Formulate and perform the procedures required for the maintenance and operation of IC engines, compressors and refrigeration systems. | ||||

CO6 | Compare different IC engines, compressors and refrigeration systems and develop a system which meets the requirements.. | ||||

38 | Fundamentals of Management | 135AR | CO1 | Students should be able to demonstrate basic functional areas and approaches to Management | |

CO2 | Students should be able to understand and analyse the strategic planning, decision making and Problem solving skills | ||||

CO3 | To understand organisational principles, frame work and various functional areas of HRM | ||||

CO4 | Students should be able to apply Leadership and motivational concepts. | ||||

CO5 | Students should be able to institute effective control system. | ||||

39 | DIASTER MANAGEMENT | 135CB | CO1 | Understand Disasters, man-made hazards and vulnerabilities. | |

CO2 | Understanding disaster management mechanism | ||||

CO3 | Understanding capacity building concepts and planning of disaster management. | ||||

CO4 | Understanding industrial safety plans and role of mass media. | ||||

CO5 | Understanding organizational structure for disaster management in India. | ||||

40 | Thermal Engineering Lab | 13535 | CO1 | Visualize the cycle timings of S.I and C.I engines | |

CO2 | Determine performance characteristics of C.I and S.I engines | ||||

CO3 | Differentiate between water tube and fire tube boilers. | ||||

CO4 | Estimate the importance of multi-staging of air compressors | ||||

41 | Machine Tools Lab | 13526 | CO1 | Operate on lathe machine, shaper, planer & slotter for different shapes on work piece | |

CO2 | practice on grinding machine for surface finish | ||||

CO3 | work on milling & drilling machine for holes and gear cuts. | ||||

CO4 | Demonstrate the use of instrument optical flates ,sine bars spirite level ,surface pale and alignment test . | ||||

CO5 | Calibration of Measuring Instruments by Vernier Caliper, Micromete, Gear tooth Vernier Caliper, tool maker microscope . | ||||

42 | Engineering Metrology Lab | 13515 | CO1 | Demonstrate the use of instrument optical flates ,sine bars spirite level ,surface plate and alignment test . | |

CO2 | Calibration of Measuring Instruments by Vernier Calipers,vernier height guage & lathe tool dynamometer | ||||

CO3 | Calibration of Measuring by Micrometer, Gear tooth Vernier Caliper & tool maker microscope | ||||

43 | Professional Ethics | 13537 | CO1 | Understood the core values that shape the ethical behaviour of an Engineer. | |

CO2 | Exposed awareness on professional ethics and human values. | ||||

CO3 | Known their role in technological development. | ||||

CO4 | The students can know basic need of value education. | ||||

44 | III Btech II Sem | Heat Transfer | 136CA | CO1 | Students are able to model the given heat transfer problem mathematically, categorize the heat transfer problems |

CO2 | Students are able to derive the equation for temperature distribution in fins, to estimate the rate of heat transfer through conduction through slabs, cylindrical and spherical surface objects. | ||||

CO3 | Students are capable to design the thickness of insulation based on the requirement of heat transfer | ||||

CO4 | Students are able to estimate the rate of heat transfer heat transfer coefficients for forced and free convection Heat transfer problems | ||||

CO5 | Students are able to perform the LMTD & NTU analysis to the heat exchanger problems, to analyze and design the boiling heat transfer problems | ||||

CO6 | Students are able to analyze and design the Condensation heat transfer problems, to analyze and estimate the heat transfer through radiation | ||||

45 | THERMAL ENGINEERING-II | 136EB | CO1 | Describe a steam power cycle with its operational parameters and constraints, determine its heat input, power output and efficiency and also modify the cycle | |

CO2 | To Classify steam boilers and also explain the thermodynamic analysis of nozzles | ||||

CO3 | To Analyze the working principle of impulse turbines and determine the work done and efficiency of the impulse turbines | ||||

CO4 | To Analyze the working of reaction turbines and determine the work done and efficiency of the reaction turbines | ||||

CO5 | To Compare the steam condensers and explain the working of different types of condensers | ||||

CO6 | Discuss the principles of jet propulsion and rocket engineering and their thermodynamic analysis | ||||

46 | IC Engines and Gas Turbines(PROFFESIONAL ELECTIVE-I) | 136CC | CO1 | Explain basic concepts of actual cycles with analysis and to describe the fundamental concepts of IC engines along with its working principles | |

CO2 | Describe the combustion phenomenon in SI and CI engines | ||||

CO3 | Evaluate the performance of IC engines and the importance of alternate fuels | ||||

CO4 | Classify the essential components of gas turbine along with its performance improving methods. | ||||

CO5 | Illustrate the working principles of different types of jet propulsive engines and rockets | ||||

47 | Design of Machine Members-II | 136BA | CO1 | Design a type of bearings by using different empirical relations | |

CO2 | Design a connecting rod and piston with different forces acting on it. | ||||

CO3 | Analyse the stresses and deflections on mechanical springs | ||||

CO4 | Evaluate the transmission of power, efficiencies on belts and pulleys | ||||

CO5 | Design of gears using AGMA procedure involving lewis and Buckingham equations. | ||||

48 | ROBOTICS ( OPEN ELECTIVE-II) | 136FV | CO1 | Design grippers based on degrees of freedom. | |

CO2 | Select robot for different manufacturing applications. | ||||

CO3 | Position the robot arm using D-H notations. | ||||

CO4 | Design a robot manipulator based on dynamic conditions. | ||||

CO5 | Select the desired actuator and sensor based on his application. | ||||

49 | CADD and MAT LAB | 13606 | CO1 | Develop the objects in 2D & 3D space. | |

CO2 | Analyse the complicated shapes through behavior of curves and surfaces | ||||

CO3 | Optimize the material using design softwares. | ||||

CO4 | Fabricate industrial components | ||||

50 | Advanced English Communication Skills Lab | 13601 | CO1 | Acquire vocabulary and use it contextually | |

CO2 | Listen and speak effectively | ||||

CO3 | Develop proficiency in academic reading and writing | ||||

CO4 | Increase possibilities of job prospects | ||||

CO5 | Communicate confidently in formal and informal contexts | ||||

51 | Heat Transfer Lab | 13617 | CO1 | Apply Fourier’s law to validate the theoretical over all heat transfer coefficient | |

CO2 | Apply Stefan-Boltzmann law of radiation and emissivity relation | ||||

CO3 | Determine thermal properties of material by applying 1-D steady state heat transfer equation | ||||

CO4 | Apply non-dimensional numbers to evaluate and validate heat transfer parameters. | ||||

52 | IV Btech I sem | CAD/CAM | 137AZ | CO1 | Develop the objects in 2D & 3D space. |

CO2 | Analyse the complicated shapes through behavior of curves and surfaces. | ||||

CO3 | Fabricate industrial components through CNC programming. | ||||

CO4 | Optimize the material using design softwares. | ||||

CO5 | Improves quality and standards of a product through proper planning | ||||

53 | INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM | 137DN | CO1 | To identify and eliminate the errors for measuring systems in typical instruments. | |

CO2 | To construct various transducers to measure the displacement, temperature and pressure. | ||||

CO3 | To apply the various methods to measure level, flow, speed, acceleration and vibration for instruments | ||||

CO4 | To analyse the stress-strain, humidity, force, torque and power of various instruments. | ||||

CO5 | To apply first and second order mechanical systems for different control systems. | ||||

54 | POWER PLANT ENGG | 137FT | CO1 | Analyse economics of power plants along with performance parameters load curves and tariff calculations and outline the scenario of entire business of power plants | |

CO2 | Analyse performance of thermal power plant for ash handling, coal handling method in a thermal power plant | ||||

CO3 | Explain working principle and components of hydroelectric power plant & different types of nuclear power plants | ||||

CO4 | Analyse performance of diesel and gas turbine power plants | ||||

co5 | Explain working principle and components of different types of non-conventional power plants | ||||

CO6 | Extend their knowledge to power plant instrumentation and environmental hazards of power plants | ||||

55 | CNC TECHNOLOGY | 137BD | CO1 | To identify the basic importantance of NC and cnc machine technology . | |

CO2 | To analysis part progarmmingand tooling in cnc machine . | ||||

CO3 | To creat CAPand CAD/CAM system . | ||||

CO4 | To apply hardware components in micro controllers | ||||

56 | MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS | 137EA | CO1 | Design a component without effect of vibration for mechanical system | |

CO2 | Develop schematic models for physical systems and formulate governing equations of motion. | ||||

CO3 | Design a damping for reducing vibration mechanical systems | ||||

CO4 | Analyze rotating and reciprocating systems and compute critical speeds. | ||||

CO5 | Design machine supporting structures, vibration isolators and absorbers. | ||||

57 | CAD/CAM LAB | 13703 | CO1 | Develop the objects in 2D & 3D space. | |

CO2 | Analyse the complicated shapes through behavior of curves and surfaces. | ||||

CO3 | Fabricate industrial components through CNC programming. | ||||

CO4 | Optimize the material using design softwares. | ||||

CO5 | Improves quality and standards of a product through proper planning | ||||

58 | ICS LAB | 13719 | CO1 | Apply calibration of measuring instruments for linear and angular displacement | |

CO2 | Understand calibration of measuring instrumets for temperature | ||||

CO3 | Apply calibration of measuring instruments of flow and speed measurment | ||||

CO4 | Undestand the functioning of strain gauges for measuring pressure and vibration | ||||

CO5 | Understand calibration of measuring instrumet SCADA for pressure, level, temperature and flow | ||||

59 | MINI PROJECT | 13739 | CO1 | To improve the team building, communication and management skills of the students | |

CO2 | know the latest technologies available to get the solution of a given problem in mechnaical stream . | ||||

CO3 | Design and develop applications in the related areas of Mechanical Engineering | ||||

60 | SEMINAR | 13769 | CO1 | Use current techniques, skill and tools necessary for completing an assignment. | |

CO2 | Analyze advantages and disadvantages of their particular topic | ||||

CO3 | function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal. | ||||

61 | IV Btech II sem | PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL | 138GW | CO1 | Apply the knowledge of material flow through workstations at different stages. |

CO2 | Estimate the product demand using various surveying techniques. | ||||

CO3 | Manage the inventory using EOQ,VED,ABC analysis, inorder to produce customer orders in time. | ||||

CO4 | Evaluate delivery schedules to process the job | ||||

CO5 | Apply the knowledge of issuing orders practically through action phase inorder to make a final product. | ||||

62 | UNCONVENTIONAL MACHINING PROCESS | 138FA | CO1 | compare traditional and non traditional machining methods | |

CO2 | Estimate the metal removal rate using electro chemical, thermal & mechanical machining processes | ||||

CO3 | Undersatnd the applications of electro chemical, thermal & mechanical machining processes | ||||

CO4 | Distungish between thermal & non thermal machining process such as LBM & EBM | ||||

CO5 | know the importance of Etchants & Maskants used in chemical machining process. | ||||

63 | RENEWABLE ENERGYY SOURCES | 138GW | CO1 | State the economics of renewable energy systems. | |

CO2 | Explain the functions of Solar Cells. | ||||

CO3 | Discuss the details of Wind Turbine Generator. | ||||

CO4 | List out the bio – energy applications. | ||||

CO5 | Analyze Hybrid Systems of renewable energy. | ||||

64 | MAJOR PROJECT | 13803 | CO1 | Identify the problem by applying acquired knowledge. | |

CO2 | Analyze executable project modules after considering risks. | ||||

CO3 | Choose efficient tools for designing project modules | ||||

CO4 | Combine all the modules through effective team work after efficient testing. | ||||

CO5 | Elaborate the completed task and compile the project report. |

#### R-15 REGULATION

1 | ENGLISH | A10001 | C01 | Usage of English language, written and spoken |

CO2 | Enrichment of comprehension and fluency | |||

C03 | Gaining confidence in using language in verbal situations | |||

2 | MATHEMATICS-1 | A10002 | CO1 | Write the matrix representation of a set of linear equations and to analyze the solution of the system of equations. |

CO2 | Find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors which come across under linear transformations. | |||

CO3 | Find the extreme values of functions of two variables with/ without constraints. | |||

CO4 | Identify whether the given first order DE is exact or not. | |||

CO5 | Solve higher order DE’s and apply them for solving some real world problems. | |||

3 | ENGINEERING MECHANICS | A10302 | CO1 | Draw free body diagrams for resultant forces and moments |

CO2 | Identify the centroid and moment of inertias for given sections. | |||

CO3 | Apply laws of mechanics for efficiency of simple machines with consideration of frictional forces. | |||

CO4 | Analyse the motions of trajectory characteristics. | |||

CO5 | Apply D Alemberts principle for motions of rigid bodies. | |||

4 | ENGINEERING PHYSICS | A10004 | CO1 | To learn about structures of crystals ,different X-ray diffraction methods to understand the crystal structures and defects in crystal |

CO2 | To realize importance of principles of quantam mechanics in understanding the behavior of fundamental particles and to know about behavior of an electron by statistical methods. | |||

CO3 | To learn magnetic,dielectric and superconducting properties of materials & their applications | |||

CO4 | To learn about properties of light like Interference,diffraction ,polarization and production and applications of lasers. | |||

CO5 | To learn how semiconductor physics principles are used in fabrication of semiconductor devices ,To learn sabine’s formula for reverberation time and apply in architecture of buildings and To learn applications of Nano technology | |||

5 | ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY | A10005 | CO1 | To understand the basic concepts of Conductors and working of electrochemical cells. |

CO2 | To Inculcate the knowledge of mechanism of corrosion and different control methods. | |||

CO3 | To usage and recycling of the different types of plastics and fibres. | |||

CO4 | To know the concept of hardness, boiler troubles and water softening techniques | |||

CO5 | To learn about different types of Energy Sources and its conservation.&to inculcate the knowledge of Adsorption types and various applications of Adsorption. | |||

6 | COMPUTER PROGRAMMING | A10501 | CO1 | To write algorithms and to draw flowcharts for solving problems. |

CO2 | To code and test a given logic in C programming language | |||

CO3 | To decompose a problem into functions and to develop modular reusable code | |||

CO4 | To use arrays, pointers, strings and structures to write C programs | |||

CO5 | Searching and sorting problems | |||

CO6 | Ability to design, develop and analyze data structures. | |||

7 | ENGINEERING DRAWING | A10301 | CO1 | Apply standards and conventions to exhibit proficiency while drawing lines printing letters and showing dimensions. |

CO2 | Classify the system of projection with respect to observer, object and the reference planes. | |||

CO3 | Construct orthographic views of an object when its position with respect to the reference planes is defined | |||

CO4 | Analyse the internal details of an object through sectional views. | |||

CO5 | Develop 3D isometric view from the 2D orthographic views & Perspective views of objects. | |||

8 | COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB | A10581 | CO1 | Ability to understand the basic concept of C Programming |

CO2 | Ability to write, compile and debug programs in C language. | |||

CO3 | Ability to use different data types in a computer program. | |||

CO4 | Ability to design programs involving decision structures, loops and functions. | |||

CO5 | Ability to understand and analyze searching and sorting algorithms. | |||

CO6 | Ability to design, develop and analyze data structures. | |||

9 | ENGINEERING PHYSICS AND ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY LAB | A10081 | CO1 | Determination of parameters like hardness in water. |

CO2 | Determination of physical properties like surface tension & viscosity | |||

CO3 | Preparation of organic compounds like aspirin & Thiokol rubber | |||

CO4 | The student is expected to learn from this laboratory course the concept of error and its analysis | |||

CO5 | This Lab also allows the student to develop experimental skills to design new experiments in Engineering | |||

CO6 | With the exposure to these experiments the student can compare the theory and correlate with experiment | |||

10 | ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB | A10083 | CO1 | Better Understanding of nuances of Language through audio-visual experience and group activities |

CO2 | Neutralization of accent for intelligibility | |||

CO3 | Speaking with clarity and confidence thereby enhancing employability skills of the students | |||

11 | IT WORKSHOP /ENGINEERING WORK SHOP | A10082 | CO1 | Apply knowledge for computer assembling and software installation. |

CO2 | Ability how to solve the trouble shooting problems | |||

CO3 | Apply the tools for preparation of PPT, Documentation and budget sheet etc | |||

CO4 | Exposure of plumbing,machineshop & metal cutting trades | |||

CO5 | Practice on fabricated components using different workshop trades such as carpentry , fitting, tinsmithy , foundry, blacksmithy ,weldin& house wiring.. | |||

CO6 | Basic appication of general tools & power tools used in construction,wood working,Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering . | |||

12 | Environmental studies | A30009 | CO1 | Ability to understand technologies on the basis of Ecological Principles and Environmental regulations |

CO2 | Ability to demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge of Environmental studies and mechanical engineering to formulate and solve problems. | |||

CO3 | Ability to identify the complex relationship between scientific approaches to global environmental issues in political, social and economic context. | |||

CO4 | Ability to demonstrate the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities | |||

CO5 | Ability to demonstrate an ability to design implement and evaluate a Information Technology based system to meet desired needs with realistic constraints such as social, legal health and safety. | |||

CO6 | Ability to integrate and apply perspectives across the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities in the context of complex environmental problems. | |||

13 | probability & Statistics | A30008 | CO1 | Students would be able to identify distribution in certain realistic situation. It is mainly useful for circuit as well as non-circuit branches of engineering. |

CO2 | The student would be able to calculate mean and proportions (small and large sample) and to make important decisions from few samples which are taken out of populations | |||

CO3 | The students would be able to find the expected queue length, the ideal time,traffic intensity and the waiting time. | |||

CO4 | The student would able to understand about the random process, Markov process and Markov chains which are essentially models of many time dependent processes | |||

CO5 | The student would be able to find the limiting probabilities and th the probabilities in n state. It is quite useful for all branches of engineering. | |||

14 | Electrical & Electronics Engineering | A30203 | CO1 | Graduates/Student will learn the applications of electrical circuits,components & basic fundamental principles. |

CO2 | Graduates/Student will demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of transformers in the energy conversion process and its tests,efficiency and regulation calculations | |||

CO3 | Graduates/Student will learn the knowledge about dc generators,dc motors construction operation characteristics and measuring instruments like moving coil and moving iron type of voltmeters and ammeters | |||

CO4 | Graduates/Student will gain the knowledge of different semiconductor devices, their V-I characteristics, operation of diodes, transistors, realization of various electronic circuits with the various semiconductor devices, and cathode ray oscilloscope | |||

15 | Mechanics Of Solids | A30104 | CO1 | Analysis of simple stresses, strains and shear stresses on different solid bodies |

CO2 | Compute the different types of loads on structural members | |||

CO3 | Analysis of flexural and torsional stresses of different sections | |||

CO4 | Analyze the Principal Stresses, Strains and Theories of Failures | |||

CO5 | Evaluating the different stresses on thin cylinder | |||

16 | Thermodynamics | A30306 | CO1 | Understand the concepts of thermodynamic properties,thermodynamic equilibrium,work and heat |

CO2 | Analyze heat pumps,refrigerators,heat engines and compressors by the use of laws of thermodynamics. | |||

CO3 | Understand and differentiate between different thermodynamic systems and processes | |||

CO4 | Evaluate the available energy and irreversibility | |||

CO5 | Evaluate properties of pure substance and gas mixtures | |||

CO6 | Analyze the performance of steam power cycles | |||

17 | Metallurgy & Material Science | A31803 | CO1 | To analyse crystal structures and imperfection in solids. |

CO2 | To estimate the alloys by using iron-iron carbide phase diagram | |||

CO3 | To apply the different types of heat treatments from IT diagrams for fe-C alloys. | |||

CO4 | Interpretation of final micro structures and properties by using continuous cooling curves | |||

18 | Electrical & Electronics Engineering lab | A30281 | CO1 | Able to study basic electronics and electrical devies |

CO2 | Find circuit current and volatages using kirchff law | |||

CO3 | Determine significance and performances for different machines | |||

CO4 | anlyses and regulation of trasformer | |||

CO5 | understand the behavior of passive and active electronics components . | |||

19 | Metallurgy & Mechanics of solids lab | A30085 | CO1 | Analyze the behaviour of solid bodies subjected to various types of loads |

CO2 | To evaluate the hardness of materials by using different instruments | |||

CO3 | To estimate the torsional stresses on circular shafts | |||

CO4 | Inspect the microctructures of metals and non-metals | |||

CO5 | To estimate the Hardenabilty of steels | |||

20 | Production Technology | A40312 | CO1 | Select materials, types and allowances of patterns used in casting. |

CO2 | Practice arc, gas, solid state and resistance welding processes. | |||

CO3 | Inspect the weldments by various ndt techniques | |||

CO4 | Distinguish metal forming processes like deep drawing, rolling, blanking, piercing, bending ,extrusion etc. | |||

21 | Kinematics of Machinery | A40309 | CO1 | Designing a suitable mechanism depending on application |

CO2 | To draw and determine velocity and acceleration a point in various mechanisms. | |||

CO3 | select suitable mechanisms , steering gear & hook joints for given system . | |||

CO4 | Analysis of cam and follower for uniform,simple harmonic and unform acceleration and retardation . | |||

co5 | Analysis of various gear trains. | |||

22 | Thermal Engineering-I | A40313 | CO1 | Evaluate the performance of IC engines & Compressors at the given operating conditions. |

CO2 | understand the functionally the major components of the IC engines and effects of operating conditions of the performance. | |||

CO3 | Understand combustion stages of IC engines and fuel Properties & Stochiometry | |||

CO4 | Apply the law of Thermodynamics to evaluate the performance Refrigenration – Air conditions cycles. | |||

CO5 | Analyse the working of different types of compressor & construction & mechanical details of compressors. | |||

23 | Mechanics of fluids & Hydraulic Machines | A40112 | CO1 | Explain the influence of fluid properties on a flow system. |

CO2 | Applying mass,momentum & energy equation for various types of practical fluid flow patterns . | |||

CO3 | Determine minor and major losses in closed conduits by measuring devices. | |||

CO4 | calculate various parameters of given turbines for a hydropower plant. | |||

CO5 | Determine performance parameters of centrifugal and reciprocating pump. | |||

CO6 | Analyse boundary layer concepts. | |||

24 | Machine Drawing | A40310 | CO1 | To design the screw threads bolts, nuts, stud bolts and set screws for machine parts. |

CO2 | To develop the keys, cotter joints, knuckle joints, riveted joints for plates. | |||

CO3 | To design the different types bearings for machine parts. | |||

CO4 | To design the assemble part by different engine parts and machine parts. | |||

25 | Mathematics-II | A40006 | CO1 | Find an approximate value for the given data |

CO2 | Find the root of a given equation and solution of a system of equations | |||

CO3 | Fit a curve for a given data | |||

CO4 | Find the numerical solutions for a given first order initial value problem | |||

CO5 | Find the equalent form of given function in terms of sine and cosine | |||

26 | Production Technology lab | A40382 | CO1 | Practically involved in casting process by using sand strength testing machine and various patterns |

CO2 | Practically compare different types of welding operations such as Arc, TIG, Spot, Plasma and Brazing. | |||

CO3 | Deduct metal forming processes like deep drawing, blanking and piercing, bending | |||

CO4 | Build Caps and bottles using injection and blow moulding equipments | |||

27 | Mechanics of fluids & Hydraulic Machines lab | A40188 | CO1 | Perform experiments to determine the flow coefficient for Venturi &Orifice meters |

CO2 | To find the coefficant of force acting by impact of jet on varity of vanes | |||

CO3 | determine coefficant of friction and minor losses by apparatus | |||

CO4 | calliberation by varing the flow rate on various water pumps. | |||

CO5 | perform test on various water turbines. | |||

28 | Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis | A50010 | CO1 | Understand the market dynamics namely, demand and supply, demand forecasting |

CO2 | Gain an insight into how production function is carried out to achieve least cost combination of input and cost analysis | |||

CO3 | Develop an understanding of market conditions | |||

CO4 | Analyze how capital budgeting decisions are carried out | |||

CO5 | Understand the framework for both manual and computerized accounting process | |||

CO6 | Know how to analyze and interpret the financial statements through ratio analysis | |||

29 | Engineering Meterology | A50318 | CO1 | Explain the basics of measurement standards, limits, fits and Tolerances for industrial applications. |

CO2 | Identify the use of gauges and comparators | |||

CO3 | Understand the meaning of the measuring system, mistakes, Transducer, intermediate modification and termination Equipment | |||

CO4 | Interpret the measurement of field variables such as force, torque and power | |||

CO5 | Understand the basics of thermocouples and strains Measurement | |||

30 | Dynamics of Machnery | A50317 | CO1 | Analyze the effect of a gyroscope effect on ships, aeroplanes, automobile and two wheeler. |

CO2 | To identify suitable clutche and brakes based on required power to be released | |||

CO3 | To draw turning moment diagram and find angular velocities and accelerations of given flywheel. | |||

To select suitable governors for given mechanisms . | ||||

CO4 | To Estimate the unbalanced forces in a multi-cylinder and radial engines | |||

CO5 | To Solve longitudinal, transverse and torsional vibrations problems in machines. to avoid resonance | |||

31 | Machine Tools | A50321 | CO1 | Analyse the basic parameters such as cutting speed, feed and depth of cut used in machining process. |

CO2 | Perform different operations amd different methods on Lathe machines | |||

CO3 | Operate drilling, boring, shaper,planer and slotter machines | |||

CO4 | Work on milling machines for different shapes | |||

CO5 | Perform finishing processes using Grinding, Lapping and Honing . | |||

32 | Design of Machine members-I | A50316 | CO1 | To apply the knowledge of the design, material selection, component behaviour subjected to loads and failures. |

CO2 | To analyse the cyclic loading for solid bodies. | |||

CO3 | Design a riveted, welded and bolted joints under bending, torsion and eccentric loading. | |||

CO4 | To estimate the stresses in types of cotter and knuckle joints | |||

CO5 | Design a solid, hallow shafts for combined loads and shaft coupling | |||

33 | Thermal Engineering-II | A50326 | CO1 | Describe a steam power cycle with its operational parameters and constraints, determine its heat input, power output and efficiency and also modify the cycle |

CO2 | To Classify steam boilers and also explain the thermodynamic analysis of nozzles | |||

CO3 | To Analyze the working principle of impulse turbines and determine the work done and efficiency of the impulse turbines | |||

CO4 | To Analyze the working of reaction turbines and determine the work done and efficiency of the reaction turbines | |||

CO5 | To Compare the steam condensers and explain the working of different types of condensers | |||

CO6 | Discuss the principles of jet propulsion and rocket engineering and their thermodynamic analysis | |||

34 | Machine Tools & Meterology lab | A50384 | CO1 | Operate on lathe machine, shaper, planer & slotter for different shapes on work piece |

CO2 | practice on grinding machine for surface finish | |||

CO3 | work on milling & drilling machine for holes and gear cuts. | |||

CO4 | Demonstrate the use of instrument optical flates ,sine bars spirite level ,surface pale and alignment test . | |||

CO5 | Calibration of Measuring Instruments by Vernier Caliper, Micromete, Gear tooth Vernier Caliper, tool maker microscope . | |||

35 | Thermal Engineering lab | A50383 | CO1 | Understand the actual openings of valves/ports in IC engines. |

CO2 | Determine performances of 4S /2S petrol and diesekl engines | |||

CO3 | Analyse the workingt of VCR engine AFR effect in in a SI engine | |||

CO4 | Determine the loss energy or Heat balance sheet of CI /SI engine | |||

CO5 | Determine performance of IC engine through various tests includes morse, retardation and motoring | |||

CO6 | Demonstrate assembling and dis-assembling of IC engine and also study the working of different types of boilers | |||

36 | Automobile Engineering | A62405 | CO1 | To know the basics of automobil Engineering and Apply the concepts of fuel system in CI & SI engines. |

CO2 | Explain the working principles of cooling,ignition & electrical system | |||

CO3 | Describe the concepts of transmission & suspension system . . | |||

CO4 | Analysis the braking system and steering mechanisms in automobile. | |||

CO5 | Understand the environmental implications of automobile emissions | |||

37 | Finite Element Methods | A60330 | CO1 | To solve problems in solid mechanics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. |

CO2 | To solve problems in one dimensional structures including trusses, beams and frames | |||

CO3 | Formulate FE characteristic equations for two dimensional elements and | |||

CO4 | Analyze plain stress, plain strain, axi-symmetric and plate bending problems. | |||

co5 | Solve the finite element formulations using software | |||

38 | Refrigeration & air conditioning | A60334 | CO1 | Apply the basics prinples of Refrigeration & air conditioning in practical cycles . |

CO2 | Analysis of suitable compressors,condensers,evaporators and expansion devices in applications . | |||

CO3 | selection of suitable refrigerant for the given system . | |||

CO4 | Analyse psychrometry and human comfort conditions | |||

CO5 | Calculate cooling load for air conditioning systems used for various applications | |||

CO6 | Design of air distribution systems | |||

39 | Design of Machine members-II | A60329 | CO1 | Design a type of bearings by using different empirical relations |

CO2 | Design a connecting rod and piston with different forces acting on it. | |||

CO3 | Analyse the stresses and deflections on mechanical springs | |||

CO4 | Evaluate the transmission of power, efficiencies on belts and pulleys | |||

CO5 | Design of gears using AGMA procedure involving lewis and Buckingham equations. | |||

40 | Heat transfer | A60331 | CO1 | Understand the basic modes of heat transfer and compute temperature distribution in steady and unsteady state heat transfer through conduction |

CO2 | To know Heat transfer analysis of FINS | |||

CO3 | Interpret and analyze forced and free convection | |||

CO4 | Understand the Principle of Radiation and also Evaluation of heat transfer by radiation between different Geometries | |||

CO5 | To Design a Heat Exchanger | |||

41 | Intellectual Property Rights | 126VA | CO1 | Students will be able to understand the different areas of Intellectual property rights. |

CO2 | Students will be able to compare and contrast the different Forms of intellectual property Protection in terms of their Key differences and similarities. | |||

CO3 | . Students will be able to assess and critique some basic theoretical Justifications for each Form of intellectual property protection. | |||

CO4 | Students will be able to analyze the effects of intellectual property Rights on society as a Whole. | |||

42 | Heat transfer lab | A60387 | CO1 | Determine experimentally the thermal conductivity of a metal rod, the overall heat transfer coefficient in a composite slab, lagged pipe and concentric sphere |

CO2 | Determine through experiment the heat transfer coefficient in free and forced convection processes | |||

CO3 | To Measure the Stefan Boltzmann constant and emissivity using principles of radiation | |||

CO4 | To Evaluate the performance of parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanges through experiments | |||

CO5 | Demonstrate the working of a heat pipe and discuss its applications | |||

43 | Advanced communications skills lab | A60086 | c01 | Accomplishment of sound vocabulary and its proper use contextually |

2 | Flair in writing and felicity in written expression | |||

3 | Enhanced job prospects | |||

4 | Effective Speaking Abilities | |||

44 | Operations research | A70352 | CO1 | UNDERSTAND AND ANALYZE MANAGERIAL PROBLEMS IN INDUSTRY SO THAT THEY WILL USE RESOURCES(STAFFING, CAPITAL, MACHINE) MORE EFFECTIVELY AND FORMULATE MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS |

CO2 | :- FORMULATE AND SOLVE THE OPTIMUM SOLUTION OF TRANSPORTATION AND INTEGER PROGRAMMING MODELS | |||

CO3 | ANALYZE THE SEQUENCING PROBLEM AND GAME THEORY PROBLEMS AND ALLOCATES JOBS TO MACHINES APPROPRIATELY WITHOUT ANY LOSS OF TIME | |||

CO4 | FIND THE PATH OF THE QUE IN QUEING THEORY TO SOLVE THE QUEING THEORY PROBLEMS | |||

45 | Power plant Engineering | A70353 | CO1 | Analyse economics of power plants along with performance parameters load curves and tariff calculations and outline the scenario of entire business of power plants |

CO2 | Analyse performance of thermal power plant for ash handling, coal handling method in a thermal power plant | |||

CO3 | Explain working principle and components of hydroelectric power plant & different types of nuclear power plants | |||

CO4 | Analyse performance of diesel and gas turbine power plants | |||

CO5 | Explain working principle and components of different types of non-conventional power plants | |||

co6 | Extend their knowledge to power plant instrumentation and environmental hazards of power plants | |||

46 | CAD/CAM | A70328 | co1 | Develop the objects in 2D & 3D space. |

co2 | Analyse the complicated shapes through behavior of curves and surfaces. | |||

co3 | Fabricate industrial components through CNC programming. | |||

co4 | Optimize the material using design softwares. | |||

co5 | Improves quality and standards of a product through proper planning | |||

47 | Instrumentation & Control systems | A70343 | co1 | Apply basic principles of measurement for elimination of errors |

co2 | Measure Displacement, temperature and pressure using various caliberation instruments | |||

co3 | Measure level, flow, speeds,accelerations and vibrations using variety of measuring devices | |||

co4 | Measurement of stress, strain, humidity,force,torque and power using sensitive and other measuring instruments | |||

co5 | Understand the importance of various feedback control systems | |||

48 | Industrial Management | A70332 | CO1 | To understand the concept of management, administration, Organization, objectives, nature, Scope, role, responsibilities & Approaches of a management. |

CO2 | To understand the concept, importance & different types of Organization structures. | |||

CO3 | To understand the role of management in production through PPC, Plant Location, Plant Layout Techniques, Quality Control & Work study. | |||

CO4 | To understand the concept of SQC and studying various control Charts, OC curve. | |||

co5 | To study Job Evaluation methods. | |||

co6 | To study the Project Planning & Control through PERT/CPM. | |||

49 | UCMP | CO1 | compare traditional and non traditional machining methods | |

CO2 | Estimate the metal removal rate using electro chemical, thermal & mechanical machining processes | |||

CO3 | Undersatnd the applications of electro chemical, thermal & mechanical machining processes | |||

CO4 | Distungish between thermal & non thermal machining process such as LBM & EBM | |||

CO5 | know the importance of Etchants & Maskants used in chemical machining process. | |||

50 | CAD/CAM lab | A70390 | CO1: | Develop 2D and 3D models in a computer using model computer software like Auto CAD, Ansys softwares. |

CO2: | Determine the deflection, stresses and strains in loaded mechanical components. | |||

CO3: | Assembling the various mechanical parts from the given orthographic views of a particular components. | |||

CO4: | Make use of CNC milling and CNC lathe for sculptured contours | |||

51 | Production drawing practice & Instrumentation lab | A70391 | CO1 | Apply standards and convectional representation of materials |

CO2 | indicate surface roughness and tolerances used in various manufacturing processes | |||

CO3 | Construct part models and assemblies | |||

CO4 | Caliberate pressure and temperatures by various measuring devices | |||

CO5 | Caliberate displacement angular displacements using LVDT and capacitive transducers | |||

CO6 | Calibrate speed, vibrations and flow using Magnetic speed pickups, Seismic pickups and rotameter devices | |||

52 | Production planning & Control | A80366 | CO1: | Apply the knowledge of material flow through workstations at different stages. |

CO2: | Estimate the product demand using various surveying techniques. | |||

CO3: | Manage the inventory using EOQ,VED,ABC analysis, inorder to produce customer orders in time. | |||

CO4: | Evaluate delivery schedules to process the job | |||

CO5: | Apply the knowledge of issuing orders practically through action phase inorder to make a final product. | |||

53 | Plant layout & Material handling | A80365 | CO1 | Design to improve manufacturing and services facilities. |

CO2 | Explore equipment requirements for a specific process. | |||

CO3 | Summarize the benefit of an efficient material handling system. | |||

CO4 | Understand what effect process layout has on the material handling system. | |||

CO5 | Apply the techniques to evaluate and design material handling and storage systems. | |||

CO6 | Visualize plant layout and material handling in industries. | |||

54 | Renewable Energy resources | A80367 | CO1 | State the economics of renewable energy systems. |

CO2 | Explain the functions of Solar Cells. | |||

CO3 | Discuss the details of Wind Turbine Generator. | |||

CO4 | List out the bio – energy applications. | |||

CO5 | Analyze Hybrid Systems of renewable energy. | |||

55 | Industrial oriented mini project | A80087 | CO1 | illustarte the team building, communication and management skills of the students |

CO2 | Apply latest technologies available to get the solution of a given problem in mechnaical stream . | |||

co3 | create awareness among the students of the characteristics of several domain areas | |||

CO4 | Design the applications in the related areas of Mechanical Engineering | |||

56 | Seminar | A80089 | CO1 | choose current techniques, skill and tools necessary for completing an assignment. |

CO2 | Analyze advantages and disadvantages of their particular topic | |||

co3 | function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal. | |||

57 | Project work | A80088 | co1 | Identify the problem by the knowledge. |

co2 | Analyze executable project modules . | |||

co3 | Choose efficient tools for designing project modules | |||

co4 | Combine all the modules through effective team work . | |||

co5 | Elaborate the completed task with project report | |||

58 | Comprehensive viva | A80090 | c01 | Analyse technical aspets in their concerned course |

c02 | Answer any basic technical questions, concerned with their practical and theoritical subjects | |||

c03 | choose atleast three streams of his interest . |