Format No. QSP/7.1/01.F01                                                  Issue No.03 Dated: June 19,2009UNIVERSITY OF PE...
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  1. 1. Format No. QSP/7.1/01.F01 Issue No.03 Dated: June 19,2009UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES, DEHRADUN COURSE PLAN (Programme: B.Tech) (Stream: Integrated [PSE + PSM ) II semester (Batch: 2009-2010) (Subject code: GNEG 101) (Subject name: Workshop Technology) G.G.Sastry (Name of the faculty) COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT/ENGINEERING STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES DEHRADUN
  2. 2. COURSE PLANLEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: PrerequisiteOBJECTIVES: -The objectives of this course are: a) To provide thorough knowledge on various Metals, its properties, Heat Treatment & Manufacturing processes, etc. b) To provide basic knowledge on various Machines/Tools used for different Manufacturing processes and Machining from raw material to end Product. c) To provide basic knowledge on how a Creative Idea ends with a Successful Product in Engineering Field.THE SYLLABUS: (Describe all the units) The syllabus consists of the following major sectionsUnit No. Topic Sub-topicsUnit 1: Engineering Fundamental learning about Metals/Non Metals, Ferrous Materials, its and Non Ferrous, properties and Heat Treatment classification.Unit 2 Hot and Cold Introduction of Various Forging Operations; Drawing, working: Upsetting, Bending, Fullering, Swaging and Flattening Forging ShopUnit 3 Foundry Shop Introduction to Simple Pattern, Molding- Materials, Types, procedure of Mould preparation, use of Cores, Melting Furnaces, Tools and Equipment used in Foundry. NDT of castings.Unit 4 Welding Shop Introduction to Different Welding Methods, Welding Equipment, Electrodes, Welding Joints, Awareness of Welding Defects. Gas/Electric Arc/Resistance & Special Types of wildings, Soldering and Brazing.Unit 5 Fitting Shop, Description of Fitting Tools and their uses, i.e. Hammers, Chisels, Files, Vices, Drills, Taps, Dies &Drilling machines.Unit 6 Sheet metal Knowledge of Tools and Equipment used in making of Shop. Sheet Metal Components and parts. Different joining Techniques.Unit 7 Carpentry Introduction to various types of timber, Ply-wood and Shop Particle Boards, Defects in Timber, Seasoning of wood.
  3. 3. Description and use of Carpenter’s Tools,Unit 8 Machine shop Introduction to various parts of Lathe, Lathe Tools and Lathe Operations. Demonstration of Thread Cutting, Drilling, Boring, Taper Turning and Knurling on the Lathe.PEDAGOGY The course will be taught using lecture / IT enabled Power point presentation method. 1. Understanding of the concepts, which make students familiar with different types of Materials, its properties & Heat Treatment purposes, their mechanism & usefulness. 2. This will provide an introduction to the important concepts and methodology involved in studying various manufacturing/machining processes under the head workshop Technology, 3. The concepts will be adequately illustrated with examples to make applications of Theoretical concepts clear and to proceed for Practical methodology I in the laboratory and also to know, how a Creative Idea ends with a Successful Product in Engineering Field. 4. Students will be required to make presentations when required and solve numerical problemsEVALUATION & GRADINGStudents will be evaluated based on the following three components. • Internal assessment • Mid term examination • End term examinationInternal assessment: weightage 30%Internal assessment shall be done based on the following: • Quizzes/Tests –Two quizzes/Tests to be held during the semester. The schedule for quizzes is given in the detailed session plan. Students who miss out on a quiz/Test will lose the marks.
  4. 4. • Presentations- Presentations shall be held any time convenient during the semester. Students shall study one or more aspects of the required process and analyze it critically. Presentations will be group assignments. Each member of the group shall be awarded the grade. Announcements of groups shall be made by the faculty. Presentations shall be of 10 minutes length which will be followed by a question and answer session by students as well as faculty. Each member of the group is supposed to present. Presentations shall be assessed on contented, presentation style and ability to answer queries related to the subject. • Assignment(s)- Assignment(s) could be numerical problems or case studies or both. Students are supposed to submit assignments on a particular date. Those who do not submit the assignment by the due date shall be penalized through deduction of marks. This deduction shall be at the discretion of the faculty.Mid term examination: weigtage 20%Mid term examination shall be of two hours duration and shall be a combination of short theoryquestions and numerical problems.End term examination: weightage 50%End term examination shall be of three hours duration. The examination shall have short theoryquestions and/ or objective type questions, short numerical problems.GradingThe overall marks obtained at the end of the semester comprising all the three componentsmentioned above shall be converted to a grade by the faculty.The grades awarded by the faculty shall be finalized by an examinationcommittee.AttendanceStudents are required to have a minimum attendance of 75% in each subject consistently onevery month basis. Students with less than the stipulated percentage shall not be allowed toappear in the end semester examination.COURSE REQUIREMENTS:Since the curriculum of the course requires analytical and strategic decision making process sothe students have to go through the mix of class presentation, role play, quizzes etc.We would be using numerical illustrations and questions, so as to apply the methods andtechniques in business problems.Needless, to mention that student’s classroom participation will add value to their overallevaluation.
  5. 5. DETAILED SESSION PLANOUT TOPICS SESSIONS READINGS Assign (No.) ment (Presen tation/ Case/ Quiz/test/ other) 1. Engineering Materials, its classification a) Fundamental learning about Metals/Non Metals, Ferrous and Non Ferrous, properties and Heat 3 - Treatment - 2. Hot and Cold working: Forging Shop a) Introduction of Various Forging Operations;Drawing, Upsetting, Bending, Fullering, Swaging andFlattening 3 - I Test - 3. Foundry Shop a) Introduction to Simple Pattern, Molding- Materials,Types, procedure of Mould preparation, use of Cores, 3 - -Melting Furnaces, Tools and Equipment used in Foundry.NDT of castings. 4.Welding Shop a) Introduction to Different Welding Methods, Welding Equipment, Electrodes, Welding Joints, Awareness of Welding I Assign- Defects. Gas/Electric Arc/Resistance & Special Types of 3 - -ment weldings, Soldering and Brazing. MID – TERM EXAMINATION
  6. 6. 5. Fitting Shop a) Description of Fitting Tools and their uses, i.e. Hammers, Chisels, Files, Vices, Drills, Taps, Dies 3 - - &Drilling machines. 6. Sheet metal shop a) Knowledge of Tools and Equipment used in making of Sheet Metal Components and parts. Different 3 - - joining Techniques. 7. Carpentry Shop a) Introduction to various types of timber, Ply-wood and Particle Boards, Defects in Timber, Seasoning 3 - II Assign- of wood. Description and use of Carpenter’s Tools, -ment 8. Machine Shopa) Introduction to various parts of Lathe, Lathe Tools and Lathe Operations. Demonstration of Thread Cutting, 3 - Drilling, Boring, Taper Turning and Knurling on the Lathe. END - SEMESTER EXAMINATIONTotal Sessions* 24 *One Session =One Hr. SUGGESTED READINGS: BOOKS: 1. A Text Book of Workshop Technology (Manufacturing Processes) – R.S.Khurmi & J.K. Gupta. 2. Workshop Technology – O.P.Khanna 3. Introduction to Manufacturing Technology – P.C. Sharma. 4. Workshop Technology Vol I &II - B.S. Raghuvansh 5. Workshop Technology Vol. I &II - S.K Hajra Choudry, S.K. Bose, A.K. Hajra Choudry, Nirjhar Joy. Web Sources: Wikipedia on particular headings.

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