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Mechanical Engineering Materials for MSBTE ( I SCHEME )

M. W. Lngole, Keshav Arote, Dhananjay Dhondge ISBN-9789333219259
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Unit - IBasics of Engineering Materials 1a. Interpret crystal structure of the given material.1b. Interpret the structure of specified materials at the given level.1c. Identify microstructure of the given material with justification.1d. Explain with sketches the procedure to prepare given sample.1e. Explain with sketches procedure of hardness testing for the given tester.1f. Choose relevant hardness tester based on the given situation with justification. 1.1 Classification of engineering materials.1.2 Crystal structure, Unit cell and space lattice1.3 Microstructure, types of microscopes.1.4 Sample preparation, etching process, types of etchant.1.5 Properties of metals, Physical Properties, Mechanical Properties.1.6 Hardness testing procedure on Brinell and Rockwell tester.
Unit - IISteel and its Alloys 2a. Interpret the given equilibrium diagram.2b. Use the Iron - carbon equilibrium diagram for the given application.2c. Identify the given phase diagrams and reactions with justification.2d. Identify the given fields of steels on Iron carbon diagram with justification.2e. Select relevant steel for the given application with justification. 2.1 Concept of phase, pure metal, alloy and solutions.2.2 Iron Carbon Equilibrium diagram various phasesi) Critical temperatures and significanceii) Reactions on Iron carbon equilibrium diagram.2.3 Broad classification of steels,i) Plain carbon steels : Definition, Types and Properties, Compositions and applications of low, medium and high carbon steels.ii) Alloy Steels : Definition and Effects of alloying elements on properties of alloy steels.iii) Tool steels : Cold work tool steels, Hot work tool steels, High Speed Steels (HSS)iv) Stainless Steels : Types and Applicationsv) Spring Steels : Composition and Applicationsvi) Specifications of steels and their equivalents.2.4 Steels for following : Shafts, axles, Nuts, Bolts, Levers, crank shafts, camshafts, Shear blades, agricultural equipments, house hold utensils, machine tool beds, car bodies, Antifriction bearings and gears.
Unit - IIICast Iron 3a. Select the relevant cast iron for the given job with justification.3b. Interpret the given material designations.3c. Identify the properties of the given composition of cast iron with justification. 3.1 Types of cast irons as white, gray, nodular, malleable. 3.2 Specifications of cast Iron.3.3 Selection of appropriate cast iron for engineering applications.3.4 Designation and coding (as per BIS, ASME, EN, DIN, JIS) of cast iron, plain and alloy steel.
Unit - IVNon - ferrous Metals and Alloys 4a. Describe the properties and applications of the given copper alloy.4b. Describe the properties and applications of the given aluminium alloy.4c. Describe the properties and applications of the given bearing material.4d. Select relevant non - ferrous material for the specified application with justification. 4.1 Copper and its alloys - brasses, bronzes Chemical compositions, properties and applications.4.2 Aluminium alloys - Y - alloy, Hindalium, duralium with their composition and Applications.4.3 Bearing materials like white metals (Sn based), aluminium bronzes. Porous, Self lubricating bearings.
Unit - VNon - metallic and Advanced Materials 5a. Distinguish between metallic and nonmetallic materials on the basis of given composition, properties and applications.5b. Select relevant non - metallic material for the given job with justification.5c. Select relevant composite material for the given job with justification.5d. Suggest relevant alternative materials for the given job with justification. 5.1 Polymeric materialsi) Polymers - types, characteristicsii) Properties and uses of Thermoplastics, Thermosetting Plastics and Rubbers.5.2 Thermoplastic and Thermosetting Plastic materials.5.3 Characteristics and uses of ABS, Acrylics, Nylons and Vinyls, Epoxides, Melamines and Bakelites5.4 Rubbers : Neoprene, Butadiene, Buna and Silicons - properties and applications.5.5 Ceramics - types of ceramics, properties and applications of glasses and refractories.5.6 Composite Materials - Properties and applications of Laminated and Fibre reinforced materials.5.7 Advanced Engineering Materials - Properties and applications of Nano materials and smart materials.
Unit - VIHeat Treatment Processes 6a. Describe with sketches the specified heat treatment processes.6b. Select the relevant heat treatment process for the given material with justification.6c. Explain with sketches the working principle of the given heat treatment furnace.6d. Suggest the relevant heat treatment process for the given situation with justification. 6.1 Annealing : Purposes of annealing, Annealing temperature range, Types and applications.6.2 Normalizing : Purposes of Normalizing, Temperature range, Broad applications of Normalizing.6.3 Hardening : Purposes of hardening, hardening temperature range, application6.4 Tempering : Purpose of tempering, Types of tempering and its applications.6.5 Case Hardening methods like Carburizing, Nitriding and Cyaniding.6.6 Heat treatment Furnaces - Muffle, Box type

 

Unit - IBasics of Engineering Materials 1a. Interpret crystal structure of the given material.1b. Interpret the structure of specified materials at the given level.1c. Identify microstructure of the given material with justification.1d. Explain with sketches the procedure to prepare given sample.1e. Explain with sketches procedure of hardness testing for the given tester.1f. Choose relevant hardness tester based on the given situation with justification. 1.1 Classification of engineering materials.1.2 Crystal structure, Unit cell and space lattice1.3 Microstructure, types of microscopes.1.4 Sample preparation, etching process, types of etchant.1.5 Properties of metals, Physical Properties, Mechanical Properties.1.6 Hardness testing procedure on Brinell and Rockwell tester.
Unit - IISteel and its Alloys 2a. Interpret the given equilibrium diagram.2b. Use the Iron - carbon equilibrium diagram for the given application.2c. Identify the given phase diagrams and reactions with justification.2d. Identify the given fields of steels on Iron carbon diagram with justification.2e. Select relevant steel for the given application with justification. 2.1 Concept of phase, pure metal, alloy and solutions.2.2 Iron Carbon Equilibrium diagram various phasesi) Critical temperatures and significanceii) Reactions on Iron carbon equilibrium diagram.2.3 Broad classification of steels,i) Plain carbon steels : Definition, Types and Properties, Compositions and applications of low, medium and high carbon steels.ii) Alloy Steels : Definition and Effects of alloying elements on properties of alloy steels.iii) Tool steels : Cold work tool steels, Hot work tool steels, High Speed Steels (HSS)iv) Stainless Steels : Types and Applicationsv) Spring Steels : Composition and Applicationsvi) Specifications of steels and their equivalents.2.4 Steels for following : Shafts, axles, Nuts, Bolts, Levers, crank shafts, camshafts, Shear blades, agricultural equipments, house hold utensils, machine tool beds, car bodies, Antifriction bearings and gears.
Unit - IIICast Iron 3a. Select the relevant cast iron for the given job with justification.3b. Interpret the given material designations.3c. Identify the properties of the given composition of cast iron with justification. 3.1 Types of cast irons as white, gray, nodular, malleable. 3.2 Specifications of cast Iron.3.3 Selection of appropriate cast iron for engineering applications.3.4 Designation and coding (as per BIS, ASME, EN, DIN, JIS) of cast iron, plain and alloy steel.
Unit - IVNon - ferrous Metals and Alloys 4a. Describe the properties and applications of the given copper alloy.4b. Describe the properties and applications of the given aluminium alloy.4c. Describe the properties and applications of the given bearing material.4d. Select relevant non - ferrous material for the specified application with justification. 4.1 Copper and its alloys - brasses, bronzes Chemical compositions, properties and applications.4.2 Aluminium alloys - Y - alloy, Hindalium, duralium with their composition and Applications.4.3 Bearing materials like white metals (Sn based), aluminium bronzes. Porous, Self lubricating bearings.
Unit - VNon - metallic and Advanced Materials 5a. Distinguish between metallic and nonmetallic materials on the basis of given composition, properties and applications.5b. Select relevant non - metallic material for the given job with justification.5c. Select relevant composite material for the given job with justification.5d. Suggest relevant alternative materials for the given job with justification. 5.1 Polymeric materialsi) Polymers - types, characteristicsii) Properties and uses of Thermoplastics, Thermosetting Plastics and Rubbers.5.2 Thermoplastic and Thermosetting Plastic materials.5.3 Characteristics and uses of ABS, Acrylics, Nylons and Vinyls, Epoxides, Melamines and Bakelites5.4 Rubbers : Neoprene, Butadiene, Buna and Silicons - properties and applications.5.5 Ceramics - types of ceramics, properties and applications of glasses and refractories.5.6 Composite Materials - Properties and applications of Laminated and Fibre reinforced materials.5.7 Advanced Engineering Materials - Properties and applications of Nano materials and smart materials.
Unit - VIHeat Treatment Processes 6a. Describe with sketches the specified heat treatment processes.6b. Select the relevant heat treatment process for the given material with justification.6c. Explain with sketches the working principle of the given heat treatment furnace.6d. Suggest the relevant heat treatment process for the given situation with justification. 6.1 Annealing : Purposes of annealing, Annealing temperature range, Types and applications.6.2 Normalizing : Purposes of Normalizing, Temperature range, Broad applications of Normalizing.6.3 Hardening : Purposes of hardening, hardening temperature range, application6.4 Tempering : Purpose of tempering, Types of tempering and its applications.6.5 Case Hardening methods like Carburizing, Nitriding and Cyaniding.6.6 Heat treatment Furnaces - Muffle, Box type

 

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