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Learning Objectives: The students will be able to: I.

Describe the mechanics, dynamics of machines, science and engineering as a scientific discipline.
II. Analyze behavior of Mechanisms under Static & Dynamic Conditions.

III. nderstand designing process for mechanisms to provide given motion. I!. Study different methods used for accelerating "decelerating & to measure po#er transmission. !. $ngine produces & consumes %o#er in alternate stro&es.analyse the methods to reduce the Shoc&s"'luctuations. !I. nderstand ho# to control fuel supply to match different (oads on a vehicle over a period of )ime. !II. nderstand & reduce the vibrations due to imbalanced masses in rotating parts of a machine. !III. $stablish the importance dynamics of machines and engineering in selection of mechanism for various applications. I*. Describe the nature of the inertia forces, inertia tor+ue. D alembert,s priciple for force analysis. *. Define mohr,s circle ofr plane stress of compound stress on inclined section *I. Describe the deflection of circular shafts , torsion of circular shafts and elasic stability of columns
*II. Apply analytical &no#ledge to simulate real mechanical systems

*III. Students taught to pose dynamics problems to be #ell suited to be solved using a computer*I!. nderstand and fully comprehend the balancing methods for multi cylinder inline and ! engines.

Learning Outcome 1. Students will demonstrate the ability to synthesis, both graphically and analytically, multilink mechanisms. 2. Students will demonstrate the ability to perform mechanism analyses to find the position, velocity, acceleration, and dynamics of multi-bar mechanisms. . Students will demonstrate the ability analy!e governors. ". Students will demonstrate the ability analy!e gyroscope. #. Students will demonstrate the ability analy!e dynamically e$uivalent system Generic Skills Outcomes: Ability to apply &no#ledge of basic science and engineering fundamentals Ability to communicate effectively, not only #ith engineers but also #ith the community at large Ability to underta&e problem identification, formulation and solution

Ability to function effectively as an individual and in a multi.disciplinary and multi. cultural teams, #ith the capacity to be a leader or manager as #ell as an effective team member

Materials and /esources /e+uired


I. %/$S$0)A)I102 3lac& board, )eaching charts, Models. " 14%" (CD presentations II.)$*) 3115S2 1. Theory of %achines, Sadhu Singh, &earson 'ducation. 2nd edition.2((). 2. Theory of Machines, *attan S.S. Tata %c+raw ,ill &ublishing -ompany .td., /ew 0elhi, rd 'dition, 2((1. /$'$/$0C$ 3115S2 1. 2Theory of %achines 3 %echanisms4, 5.5. 6icker, , +.*. &ennock, 5.'. Shigley. 7897*0 rd 'd. 2((1 2. Mechanism and Machine Theory, :.+.:mbekar &,;, 2(() III. SC4$M$ 1' $*AMI0A)I102 1ne 6uestion to be set from each chapter. Students have to ans#er any 9;<' full +uestions out of ';+,T +uestions, choosing at least 7 +uestions from part A and 7 +uestions from part 3. I!. $!A( A)I10. Student Assessment2 )hrough I A test 879 Mar&s:, nit )ests and niversity $;aminations 8<== Mar&s:

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T7&;6/;T 1: Static Force Analysis Introduction2 Static e+uilibrium. $+uilibrium of t#o and three force members. Members #ith t#o forces and tor+ue. 'ree body diagrams. %rinciple of virtual #or&. Static force analysis of four bar mechanism Slider.cran& mechanism #ith and #ithout friction. Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample 6/;T 2: Dynamic Force Analysis: DCAlembertCs principle, Inertia force, inertia tor+ue Dynamic force analysis of four.bar mechanism and slider cran& mechanism Dynamically e+uivalent systems. )urning moment diagrams and fly#heels. 'luctuation of $nergy Determination of size of fly#heels. Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample 6/;T : Friction and Belt Drives: Definitions2 )ypes of friction (a#s of friction, 'riction in pivot and collar bearings. 3elt drives2 'lat belt drives. ratio of belt tensions, Centrifugal tension, po#er transmitted. Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample 6/;T ": Balancing of Rotating Masses Static and dynamic balancing 3alancing of single rotating mass by balancing masses in same plane and in different planes. 3alancing of several rotating masses by balancing masses in same plane and in different planes Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample 6/;T#: Balancing of Reciprocating Masses Inertia effect of cran& and connecting rod, single cylinder engine, balancing in multi cylinder.inline engine 8primary & secondary forces:, !.type engineE /adial engine Direct and reverse cran& method Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample 6/;T =: Governors: )ypes of governors. force analysis of %orter and 4artnell governors Controlling force, stability. Sensitiveness. Isochronisms, effort and po#er. Illustrative e;ample Illustrative e;ample 6/;T ): Gyroscope: !ectorial representation of angular motion

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Total number of working days for this semester: 83 Subject Code: 10M !" #ynamics of Machines