# Mechanical Systems of Engineering Complete

Mechanical Systems of Engineering / Elements of Mechanical Engineering / Basics of Mechanical Engineering

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## Description

Mechanical Systems of Engineering / Basics of Mechanical Engineering / Elements of Mechanical Engineering is the subject designed for First year year Engineering students.  This is to enable all engineering students to get acquainted with the subject and also to get clear ideas of the mechanical devices / appliances which come across in real life. The course consists of Theoretical as well as numerical part.  Numericals are incorporated  as per syllabus structure so it is very beneficial for beginners  to get an idea about method / approach to solve the same. The data required for preparation of the subject takes more time as to search through various books and  web sites. The course hence designed with the requirement of the students so that they can save lot of time and also gain confidence to get through the subject with good score.

The course is divided into six units as below:

Unit-I :   Introduction to Energy sources and its Energy Conversions

Unit-II :  Introduction to Thermal Engineering

Unit-III : Introduction to Vehicles / Automobile Engineering and their Specifications

Unit-IV : Various Systems of Vehicle / Automobile

Unit-V :  Introduction to Manufacturing Processes

Unit-VI : Engineering Mechanisms and their application in Domestic appliances

Unit I Introduction of energy sources & its conversion

Energy sources: Thermal energy, Hydropower energy, Nuclear energy, Solar energy, Geothermal energy, Wind energy, Hydrogen energy, Biomass energy and Tidal energy. Grades of Energy. (Numerical on efficiency calculation of thermal power plant )

Energy conversion devices: Introduction of pump, compressor, turbines, wind mills etc (Simple numerical on power and efficiency calculations)

Unit II Introduction to Thermal Engineering

Laws of thermodynamics, heat engine, heat pump, refrigerator (simple numerical) Modes of heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation, Fourier’s law, Newton’s law of cooling, Stefan Boltzmann’s law. (Simple numerical) Two stroke and Four stroke engines (Petrol, Diesel and CNG engines). Steam generators.

Unit III Vehicles and their Specifications

Classification of automobile. Vehicle specifications of two/three wheeler, light motor vehicles, trucks, buses and multi-axle vehicles. Engine components (Introduction). Study of engine specifications, comparison of specifications of vehicles. Introduction of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. Cost analysis of the Vehicle.

Unit IV Vehicle systems

Introduction of chassis layouts, steering system, suspension system, braking system, cooling system and fuel injection system and fuel supply system. Study of Electric and Hybrid Vehicle systems. Study of power transmission system, clutch, gear box (Simple Numerical), propeller shaft, universal joint, differential gearbox and axles. Vehicle active and passive safety arrangements: seat, seat belts, airbags and antilock brake system.

Unit V Introduction to Manufacturing

Conventional Manufacturing Processes: Casting, Forging, Metal forming (Drawing, Extrusion, etc.), Sheet metal working, Metal joining, etc. Metal cutting processes and machining operations- Turning, Milling and Drilling, etc. Micromachining. Additive manufacturing and 3D Printing. Reconfigurable manufacturing system and IOT, Basic CNC programming: Concept of Computer Numerical Controlled machines.

Unit VI Engineering Mechanisms and their application in Domestic Appliances

Introduction to Basic mechanisms and equipment: Pumps, blowers, compressors, springs, gears, Belt-Pulley, Chain-Sprocket, valves, levers, etc. Introduction to terms: Specifications, Input, output, efficiency, etc.

Applications of: Compressors - Refrigerator, Water cooler, Split AC unit; Pumps - Water pump for overhead tanks, Water filter/Purifier units; Blower - Vacuum cleaner, Kitchen Chimney; Motor - Fans, Exhaust fans, Washing machines; Springs - Door closure, door locks, etc.; Gears - Wall clocks, watches, Printers, etc.; Application of Belt-Pulley/Chain-Sprocket - Photocopier, bicycle, etc.; Valves - Water tap, etc.; Application of levers - Door latch, Brake pedals, etc.; Electric/Solar energy - Geyser, Water heater, Electric iron, etc. (simple numerical on efficiency calculation )

## Content

### Introduction

Introduction to the subject contents
Unit-I : Energy Sources and conversions
Thermal Energy and conversion
Nuclear Power Plant / Nuclear energy
Hydel Energy
Solar Energy
Wind Energy
Bio Energy / Biomass
Tidal Energy
Geothermal Energy
Fuel Cells
Measuring Units
Basics of Thermodynamics
Basics of First Law of Thermodynamics
second and Third law of thermodynamics
Applications of Second Law of Thermodynamics -Heat Pumps-Refrigeration
Heat transfer : Conduction / Convection / Radiation
Heat Engines Basics
Heat engines Part-II
Steam Generators Part-I
Steam Generators Part-II
Speicification of Vehicles Part-I
3.2 Automobile Specifications-I
Automobile Specifications-II
Electric Vehicles
Automobile-Cost analysis
Suspension system of Vehicles
Steering System of Vehicles
Braking System of Vehicles
Cooling System of Vehicles
Fuel Supply System of Vehicles / Automobile
Transmission system -I of Automobiles
Transmission System-II Clutches of Automobile
Transmission system-III of Automobiles- Gear box
Chassis of vehicles
Safety system of Vehicles
Manufacturing Process: Casting
Manufacturing Process: Forging
Manufacturing Process: Sheet Metal Process
Manufacturing Process: Welding
Manufacturing Process: Soldering and Brazing
Machining Process: Lathe machines
Machining Process: Micro machining-I
Machining Process: Micro Machining Process- II
Importance of Specifications
Mechanisms: Belt Drives- I
Mechanisms : Belt Drive-II
Mechanisms: Chain Drive
Mechanisms: Gear Drive-I
Mechanisms: Gear Drives-II
Mechanisms : Springs
Mechanism : Levers
Mechanisms: Valves
Mechanisms: Electric Motors
Mechanisms: Pumps
Mechanisms: Compressors
Mechanisms: Blowers

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