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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI INSTRUCTION DIVISION FIRST SEMESTER 2012-13 Course Handout Part II Date:

7-Jan-/2013 In addition to part -I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives further specific details regarding the course. Course No. : Course Title : Instructor-in-charge : ME F 241 Design of Machine Elements D. M. KULKARNI A. C. Kulkarni

1. Course Description: The course combines the knowledge of mechanics of solids, structure
and properties of materials and mathematics, studied by students in the previous years to present the application methodology and techniques to the design of machine elements. First the general principles of design in static and dynamic conditions are taught and then application to selected machine elements is covered.

2. Scope and Objective of the Course: Fundamentals and principles of design, design and
selection of machine elements such as shafts, bearings and gears etc. design of mechanisms.

3. Text book (TB):


TB-1 Shigley J. E. and Mischke C. R., Mechanical Engineering Design" 8th Edition, TataMcGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2008 (Special Indian Edition). [for Machine Design] TB-2 Cencil Jensen, Jay D. Helsel & Dennis R. Short, Engineering Drawing & Design, Tata McGraw-Hill 7th Ed. 2012. [for Machine Drawing]

4. Reference books (RB):


RB-1 Bhandari V. B., Design of Machine Elements Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1994. 2nd Edition RB-2 Robert C Juvinall, Kurt M Marshek, Fundamentals of Machine Component Design, 3rd Ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, Singapore

5. Course Plan:
Lect. No. 1-3 4-5 6-9 Learning Objectives Topics to be Coursed Chap/Sec. (Book) Stress analysis principles, CH 1,2,3 (TB) stress, strain and materials CH 1,2,4 (RB1) aspects of design Failure criteria and proper selection of them SN diagrams, endurance limit, low cycle and high CH 5 (TB) CH 4 (RB1) CH 6 (TB) CH 5 (RB1)

Fundamental of mechanical design Failure from static loading Failure from variable (fatigue) loading

Lect. No.

Learning Objectives

Topics to be Coursed cycle fatigue, fluctuating stresses, cumulative fatigue damage

Chap/Sec. (Book)

Technical Aspects of Machine Drawing 10 to 12 13 to 15 16 to 20 21 to 23 24 to 26 27 to 30 Detailed design of machine components Detailed design of machine components Detailed design of machine components Detailed design of machine components Detailed design of machine components Detailed design of machine components

Fits, Tolerances (Conventional, Geometric

Shafts Screws and fasteners, Bolted connections Mechanical springs Rolling contact bearings Lubrication bearings Spur Helical bevel gears and journal

CH 7 (TB) CH9 (RB1) CH 8 (TB) CH 6, 7 (RB1) CH 10 (TB) CH 10 (RB1) CH 11 (TB) CH 15 (RB1) CH 12 (TB) CH16 (RB1) CH 13-15 (TB) CH 17-19 (RB1) CH16 (TB) CH 11, 12, 9 , 21 (RB1) CH 9 (TB) CH 8 (RB1) CH 17 (TB) CH 23 (RB1)

31 to 35 36 to 39 40

Detailed design of machine components Detailed design of machine components Detailed design of machine components

Clutches, brakes, couplings, and fly wheels Welded, brazed and bonded joints Flexible machine elements

6. Evaluation Scheme: (200 Marks)


EC NO. 01 02 03 04 Component Test-I Test-II Design Assignments Comprehensive Exam Duration 60 mins 60 mins Pr Classes 3 hours Weightage (%) 20 20 20 40 Date 15-II-13 21-III-13 Pr Classes 1-V-13 Nature OB OB OB OB

7. Chamber Consultation Hour: to be announced in the class. 8. Notices: Model Key for tests and compre will be displayed on the Mechanical students notice board only. Other communication will happen through e-mail only. 9. Make-up Policy: Make up for any component of evaluation will be permitted only in genuinely serious cases only after production of necessary medical certificates and with prior permission.

Instructor-in-charge, ME F 241

ME F 241 | MACHINE DESIGN & DRAWING

PRACTICAL CLASSES | MONDAY 2.00 PM TO 3.50 PM IN CC-219 Machine Drawing, which serves as the link between Machine design and Manufacturing, is an integral part of industry. The study of Machine drawing mainly involves learning to sketch machine parts, showing the relative positions of the different components and prepare assembly drawings. It also includes the study of conventions and rules to be followed by the engineer for making accurate drawings that are easily understood or visualized by others in the Machine shop. By going through the practical classes, student will be able to: Develop primary knowledge of working drawing using Pro/E Software. Produce orthographic drawing of different machine parts. Develop skill to produce detailed drawings of machines parts from assembly drawing. Develop skill to produce assembly drawings and exploded views Develop an idea to produce cross sectional views or auxiliary views by taking section at appropriate locations. Textbooks 1. Machine Drawing-By N.D. Bhatt and V.M.Panchal. CHAROTAR PUBLISHING HOUSE,ANAND India, Fortieth Edition 2. Machine Drawing with AUTO CAD by Gautam Pohit & Gautam Ghosh.Pearson Education, New Delhi, First Edition. Reference Books 1. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing by Warren J.Luzadder and John M. Duff, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, Eleventh edition. 2. Fundamentals of Machine drawing by Sadhu Singh and P.L.Shah. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 3. Machine Drawing by P.S.Gill. S.K.Kataria and Sons, Ludhiana,Fifteenth edition

Practical Classes (105 minutes) and [Topics covered | Practice Problems | Assignments]

PR

DEMONSTRATION PRO E INTRO (Parametric modeling, Top-Down Approach) Sketch Module-1 (Basic Curves and Dimensioning) Sketch Module-2 (Constraints) Solid Modelling-1 (EXTRUDE)

TIME (MINS) 25

EXERCISE

TIME (MINS) 20 25 30

PR-1 PR-2 PR-3

1-D & 2-D Practice Problems 60 80 45 30 75 75 2-D Practice Problems Practice Problems (Solid Flange with Hub and Holes) Solid bearing with ribs Practice Problems (Spring, Bolts, Nuts) Practice Problems (MATE & ALIGN of flat surfaces with RIB, 2 Flanges MATE & ALIGN with spigot and recess)

Solid Modelling-2 (REVOLVE) PR-4 PR-5 Solid Modeling-3 (3D Features like RIB, SHELL, ROUND, CHAMFER, HOLE, DRAFT, MIRROR, PATTERN) Solid Modeling-4 (SWEEP, Helical Sweep, BLEND) Assembly Modeling-1 (MATE, ALIGN, INSERT) | Exploded Views | Sectional Views

30 30

PR-6

75

30

PR-7 PR-8 PR-9 PR-10 PR-11 PR-12

Drawing Module-1 | Generating Practice Problems (Bearing (orthographic) views and dimensioning 75 Block with 4 holes for fixing) & Normal Tolerance Drawing Module-2 | Geometric Practice Problems (Bearing 75 Tolerance and Surface Roughness Block with 4 holes for fixing) Design and Drawing as per the given format and using Design Data book for given problem in the practical class [10 Marks] Assignment problem (to be announced in the practical class) [10 Marks] (Part Drawing, Assembly, Orthographic Views, Tolerances and Exploded View) Assignment problem [10 Marks] (to be announced in the practical class) (Part Drawing, Assembly, Orthographic Views, Tolerances and Exploded View) Assignment problem [10 Marks] (to be announced in the practical class) (Part Drawing, Assembly, Orthographic Views, Tolerances and Exploded View)

30 30 105 60 + 50 60 + 50 60 + 50