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Drawing equipment and use of instruments. Lettering, Geometric construction, Sketching and shape description. Basic descriptive geometry, Developments and intersections. Axonometric, oblique and perspective drawings, Multiview projection, Principal views, Conventional practice, and sectional views. Auxiliary views. Dimensioning techniques. Parallel: Introduction to computer drawing, Drawing aids, Geometrical construction, and the appropriate commands of text, editing, plotting, sections, layers, pictorial views, and dimensioning, 3D Modelling of surfaces and solids. Auxiliary views, true length & true size, point view & edge view, Dihedral and slope angles, paralellizim & perpendicularity, peircing points and line of intersection between planes, bearings and direction slopes, skew lines, revlutions, development & intersections of solids.
First Year
Solid Mechanics, Statics, Dynamic, Vibration and FEM.
Kinematics of particles; Rectilinear and curvilinear motion in various coordinate systems. Kinetics of particles; Newton’s second law, Central force motion, Work-energy equation, Principle of impulse and momentum, Impact, Conservation of energy and momentum, Application to a system of particles. Kinematics of rigid bodies; Relative velocity and acceleration, Instantaneous center, Analysis in terms of a parameter. Plane kinetics of rigid bodies with application of Newton’s second law, Energy and impulse-momentum.
Fourth Year
Simple harmonic motion. Elements of vibratory systems. Systems with single degree of freedom and applications; damped free vibration, rotating and reciprocating unbalance, vibration isolation and transmissibility, and period excitation, systems with multiple degrees of freedom and applications, methods of finding natural frequencies.
Fourth Year
Axial loading, Material properties obtained from tensile tests, Stresses and strains due to axial loading, Thermal Stresses, Elementary theory of torsion, Solid and hollow shafts, Thin-walled tubes, Rectangular cross-section, Stresses in beams due to bending, shear and combined forces. Composite beams, Analysis of plane stress, Mohr’s Circle, Combined stresses, Thin-walled pressure vessels, Deflection of beams, Buckling of columns, Energy Methods.
Third Year
Fundamentals of Hardware and Software. Techniques for Geometric Modeling (Line, Surface and Volume Modeling). Elements of Interactive Computer Graphics. Entity Manipulation. Introduction to Finite Element Techniques. Using in-house software: Introduction to Graphics User Interface, Sketcher Environment, Parametric & Feature-Based Solid Modeling, Surface Modeling, Concept of Parent/Child Relationships, Part Construction Techniques, Patterns, Advanced Features, Cross- Sections, Parametric Relations, Component Assembly Techniques, Drafting (Drawing) Techniques, Animation, Introduction to Mechanism Design and Analysis, Introduction to Structural and Thermal Simulation.
Introduction and basic concepts of finite element method. Finite element formulation and stiffness matrix. One-dimensional elements (spring, bar and beam elements) Two-dimensional elements (Plane triangular element). Finite element analysis of vibration, heat transfer, fluid flow, and thermal stress problems. Discussion.
Combination of Statics and Strength of Materials.
Second Year
First order differential equations. Linear second and higher orders differential equations. Linear algebra. Matrices and Determinants. Systems of differential equations. Series solutions of differential equations. Legendre’s equation and polynomials. Frobenius Method. Laplace Transform.
Accuracy and stability of ODE solutions: One step-methods (Heun’s Method, Predictor-Corrector) Adaptive step size control. Boundary and eigen value problem. Conversion of boundary value to initial value problem. Accuracy and stability of PDE solutions: Elliptic, Parabolic and Hyperbolic equations with applications. Finite Element Method: 1-D and multidimensional unconstrained problems. Constrained optimization. Integration equations: Simpson’s integration and Newton-Cotes open and closed integration
Newton laws for a single particle in a rotating coordinate system. Constraint relations and degrees of freedom. Generalized coordinates. Virtual work and Dalembert principle. Equilibrium and stability. Hamilton’s principle and Lagrang’s equations. Ignorable coordinates. Integrals of motion. Three dimensional rigid bodies dynamics. Euler angles and parameters. Hamilton’s equations. Variational principles. Liouville’s system. Introduction to canonical transformations.