# COs

### Course Outcomes (CO’s) are:

** Course Name: BTME-301 (STRENGTH OF MATERIALS) **

CO.301.1. Analyze and design structural members subjected to different types of stresses i.e. bending and combined.

CO.301.2. Understand the concepts of stress and strain at a point as well as the stress-strain relationships for homogenous, isotropic materials

CO.301.3. Calculate the stresses and strains in axially-loaded members, circular torsion members, and members subject to flexural loadings.

CO.301. 4. Determine and illustrate principal stresses, maximum shearing stress, and the stresses acting on a structural member.

CO.301.5. Determine the deflections and rotations produced by the three fundamental types of loads: axial, torsional, and flexural.

CO.301.6. Analyze slenderness ratio, long columns subjected to axial loads.

CO.301.7. Design simple bars, beams, and circular shafts for allowable stresses and loads.

** Course Name: BTME-302 (THEORY OF MACHINES-1) **

CO.302.1 Students will be able to study mechanisms and their inversions determine velocities & accelerations of various planar mechanisms, straight line motion & their applications.

CO.302.2. Students will be familiar with power transmission derives, and understand law of belting and have confidence to determine power transmitted by belt, chain and rope drives.

CO.302.3. Students will have confidence to construct turning moment diagram and different types of cam profile for a given data.

CO.302.4. Students will understand what friction is and why it creates heat and wear on the surfaces. They will have knowledge that how we can alter friction according to our needs and how we take advantage of it

CO.302.5. Students will be able to explain the method of drawing turning moment diagram and determine the fluctuation of energy in a cycle and using it to determine mass moment of inertia of a flywheel and design it.

CO.302.6. Students will be able to identify and understand fundamentals involved in working of different types of governors and solve numerical problems related to these governors.

** Course Name: BTME-303 (MACHINE DRAWING) **

CO.303.1. Students will be able to use drawing instruments in making conventions and drawings.

CO.303.2. Students will be able to draw orthographic views of different machine parts on sheets.

CO.303.3. Students will be competent to draw freehand single view, multi-view sketches, isometric sketches and sectional views of different machine parts.

CO.303.4. Students will be able to know the importance of dimensioning and tolerances by applying them in drawing work.

CO.303.5. Students will be able to use imagination while observing different objects and assembling different parts of drawings and to disassemble them.

CO.303.6. Students familiarize themselves with industrial drafting practices and thorough understanding of production drawings.

** Course Name: BTME-304 (Applied Thermodynamics-1) **

CO.304.1. Student will be able to apply ideal cycle analysis to simple heat engine cycles to estimate thermal efficiency.

CO.304.2. Student will be able to apply the steady-flow energy equation, laws of thermodynamics to a system of thermodynamic components (heaters, coolers, pumps, turbines, pistons, etc.) to estimate required balances of heat, work and energy flow.

CO.304.3. Student will identify fuel types, availability, utilization and its conversion to energy.

CO.304.4. Student would understand fuel chemistry, combustion analysis, develop combustion equations and conduct exhaust and flue gas analysis.

CO.304.5. Student will understand enthalpy changes, determination of heating values of fuels, steam generators, fuels and combustion controls in boilers and power plant efficiency.

CO.304.6. Student will be able to select a suitable type of condenser system for different steam power plant.

** Course Name: BTME-305 (Manufacturing Process-I) **

CO.305.1. Students will be able to design casting, gating and risering systems and to do related calculations.

CO.305.2. Students will be able to apply the knowledge of science and engineering for solidification of alloys and to select suitable melting and molding techniques for a particular alloy.

CO.305.3. Students will be able to interpret the cooling curves, microstructure evaluation of solidification process.

CO.305.4. Students will be able to recommend suitable welding processes at required places.

CO.305.5. Students will possess knowledge of different metal joining techniques for modern alloys.

CO.305.6. Students will be able to analyze the defects and suggest remedies related to casting and welding processes thus improving its quality with reduction in cost.

** Course Name: BTME-306 (ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND METALLURGY) **

CO.306.1. Students will be able to understand the concepts of lattice and a crystal and characteristics of metallic, covalent, ionic and Vander Waal’s bonding.

CO.306.2. Students will be able to identify and describe the different types of defects found incrystals: dislocations and point defects.

CO.306.3. Students will be competent to calculate single and multiple-component phase diagrams from thermodynamic data and interpret an iron-carbon diagram by explaining various phase transformations occurring during the process

CO.306.4. Students will be able to evaluate several industrial isothermal transformation diagrams.

CO.306.5. Students will be able to differentiate between different heat treatment procedures and the structural changes that accompany them.

CO.306.6. Students will be able to identify the basic ingredients of steel and common alloying elements and have knowledge about selection of best alloy in accordance with its application.

** Course Name: BTME-401 (STRENGTH OF MATERIALS) **

CO.401.1. Student will be able to analyze and design structural members by using the fundamental concepts of stress, strain and elastic behavior of materials.

CO.401.2. Student will be able to calculate the stresses and strains associated with thin/thick-wall spherical and cylindrical pressure vessels.

CO.401.3. Student will be able to determine the stresses and strains in members subjected to combined loading and apply the theories of failure for static loading.

CO.401.4. Student will be able to determine the strain energy for tension, compression, shear, bending and torsion.

CO.401.5. Student will be able to determine the strain energy due to direct loads.

CO.401.6. Student will be able to calculate the stresses, deflection and energy stored in different types of springs.

** Course Name: BTME-402 (Theory of Machines – II) **

CO.402.1. Student will understand the concepts of path, motion, and function generations, and determine the velocity, acceleration and forces in machine components.

CO.402.2. Student will be able to perform basic 3-bar and 4-bar mechanism analysis.

CO.402.3. Student will be able to assess the mechanical advantage, and balancing for simple mechanisms or machinery.

CO.402.4. Student will understand the gear theory and understand torque transmitting capacity in gear trains which will be the prerequisite for gear box design.

CO.402.5. Student will be able to recognize the gyroscopic and precession concepts to compute inertia forces in various parts of machines.

CO.402.6. Student will be able to perform kinematic synthesis of basic 3-bar and 4-bar mechanism and will be able to calculate number of links required for a particular machine.

** Course Name: BTME-403 (Fluid Mechanics) **

CO.403.1. Students will be able to apply fundamental concepts of fluid mechanics in designing activities.

CO.403.2. Students will be able to apply Euler’s and Bernoulli’s equations and the conservation of mass to determine velocities, pressures, and accelerations for incompressible fluids.

CO.403.3. Students will be able to design pipe systems to deliver fluids under specified conditions.

CO.403.4. Students will be able to determine flow rates, pressure changes, minor and major head losses for viscous flows through pipes.

CO.403.5. Students will be able to an ability to perform dimensional analysis for problems in fluid mechanics.

CO.403.6. Students will be able to identify and calculate the different types of energies associated with fluid in motion.

CO.403.7. Students will be able to use the concepts of static, flow measurements along with stagnation, total, and dynamic pressures to design various instruments.

** Course Name: BTME-404 (Applied Thermodynamics-2) **

CO.404.1. Student would be able to describe the four basic laws of thermodynamics and thermodynamic concepts such as temperature, pressure, work and heat.

CO.404.2. Student would be able to state properties such as internal energy, enthalpy and entropy.

CO.404.3. Student would be able to apply/ state functions for processes such as the gas expansion in a gas turbine.

CO.404.4. Student would also be able to select various thermal devices required for power generation, aircraft and rocket propulsion and would be able to apply thermodynamic models on ideal and real power cycles

CO.404.5. Student would analyze the Brayton cycle with various configurations to optimize the design of a gas power plant and use the computer to synthesize and evaluate the design.

CO.404.6. Student would be able to select right type of compressor (a positive displacement or steady flow compressor) as per industrial requirements.

CO.404.7. Student would be able to analyze open cycle & closed cycle gas turbine systems with various configurations to optimize the design

** Course Name: BTME-405 (Manufacturing Process-II) **

CO.405.1. Students will be able to understand the fundamentals of the traditional cutting tools as compared to other approaches and have the ability to arrive at the optimum cutting parameters for various machining processes

CO.405.2.Students will be able to develop the skills of effective utilization of the cutting fluids and applications for better Productivity

CO.405.3.Students will be able to learn and understand necessity of forming process compared with other manufacturing techniques.

CO.405.4.Students will be able to select different processes for various sheet metal components**.**

CO.405.5.Students will be able to gain the knowledge to identify production of wire, rod, tubes using different processes and the problems occurring during the operations.

CO.405.6.Students will be able to analyze the stresses and yield criteria used for the deformation analysis during the process.

CO.405.7.Students will be able to select the process, load required and possible reason the formation defects for the forged components.

** Course Name: BTME-500 (MATHEMATICS-III) **

CO.500.1. Students will be competent to utilize the concept and theory of Fourier transformation of any periodic function in given interval and will have knowledge of advantage of Fourier series over Taylor series.

CO.500.2. Students will be in a position to rectify the signals using the concept of Fourier transform with the help of half range sine series and cosine series.

CO.500.3. Students will be able to solve the ordinary differential equations (O.D.E.) with the help of Laplace transform directly.

CO.500.4. Students can solve the P.D.E. with or without the boundary conditions, form the p.d.e. with the elimination of arbitrary function or arbitrary constants for further analysis.

CO.500.5. Students will be able to Solve and apply linear differential equations of second order (and higher), using the Laplace transforms technique.

CO.500.6. Students will be able to find the singularity and its nature whether it is pole, essential singularity or removable singularity, application of Cauchy integral theorem to various complex functions in the given region.

CO.500.7. Student can use the concept of bilinear transformation, cross ratio and nature of bilinear transformation, find the bilinear transformation.

** Course Name: BTME-501 (MACHINE DESIGN-I) **

CO.501.1. Student will be able to analyze the stress and strain on mechanical components; and understand, identify and quantify failure modes for mechanical parts.

CO.501.2. Student will be able to approach a design problem successfully, taking decisions when there is not a unique answer.

CO.501.3. Student will be able to determine various dimensions and parameters for types of fasteners under various loading conditions.

CO.501.4. Student will be able to design of transmission shafts subjected to torque, bending and axial loading.

CO.501.5. Student will be able to design rigid and flexible coupling for torque transmission.

CO.501.6. Student will be able to calculate various parameters for links and levers and pipe joints.

CO.501.7. Assemble torque transmission devices and there coupling.

** Course Name: BTME-502 (Computer aided Design and Manufacturing) **

CO.502.1. Students will be able to explain the concepts and underlying theory of modeling and the usage of models in different engineering applications.

CO.502.2. Students will be able to explain the benefits of a comprehensive and integrated CAD/CAM system.

CO.502.3. Students will be competent to create accurate and precise geometry of complex engineering systems and use the geometric models in different engineering applications.

CO.502.4. Students will be able to compare the different types of modeling techniques and explain the central role solid models play in the successful completion of CAD/CAM-based product development.

CO.502.5. Students will be able to develop algorithms for 2D and 3D geometric modeling and use current state-of-the-art CAD/CAM technology in research.

CO.502.6. Students will be competent to explain the basic concepts of CNC programming and machining and generate manual/automated part programs for a given part to be machined on NC/CNC system.

CO.502.7. Students will be competent to apply use of CAD CAM techniques in various industries for automation.

** Course Name: BTME-503 (MECHANICAL MEASUREMENT AND METROLOGY) **

CO.503.1. Students will be able to describe the fundamentals of dimensional and geometrical tolerances; measure length and angles using line-student instruments.

CO.503.2. Students will be able to select appropriate measurement quantities and tools.

CO.503.3. Students will have ability to handle and interpret measurement data, to estimate measurement uncertainties and to achieve and present traceable measurement results.

CO.503.4. Students will be able to explain the effect of environmental conditions on the accuracy of measurements and demonstrate the correct methods for adjustment and calibration of various measurement instruments.

CO.503.5. Students will be able to work in Quality control and quality assurances divisions in industries.

CO.503.6. Students will be able to design a sensors and transducers used for stress analysis.

CO.503.7. Students will be able to design measuring equipments for the measurement of temperature and flow.

CO.503.8. Students will be competent to reduce manufacturing cost by preventing number of rejections of parts by enhancing accurate and precise measuring.

** Course Name: BTME-504 (Industrial Automation and Robotics) **

CO.504.1. Students will be able to describe the basic principles and strategies of automation

CO.504.2. Students will be able to define automated manufacturing systems.

CO.504.3. Students will be able to recognize and name basic components of production systems

CO.504.4. Students will be able to employ automation and robotics in a manufacturing environment and describe their various applications

CO.504.5. Students will be able to design pneumatic circuit diagram by selecting an appropriate sensor or actuator for a given automated application

CO.504.6. Students will be able to describe the structure of robot manipulator and understand the programming methods & various Languages of robots

CO.504.7. Students will be able to use the various types of pneumatic valves and actuato

** Course Name: BTME-505 (Automobile Engineering) **

CO.505.1. Student will be able to Design the structure of an automobile (body & frame type)

CO.505.2. Student will be able to understand the working of various automobile components

CO.505.3. Student will be able to rectify the cause of breakdown in vehicles and prevent it.

CO.505.4. Student will be able to design new concepts in automobile. (hybrid vehicles, solar power vehicles, compressed air engine

CO.505.5. Student will be able to perform basic calculations for internal combustion spark ignition engines, including turbochargers and superchargers.

CO.505.6. Student will be able to calculate the power and torque required to operate a vehicle under loads.

CO.505.7. Student will be able to calculate the breaking, acceleration, steering and suspension performance.

CO.505.8. Student will be able to draw engine performance curves (IHP, BHP, and FHP)

** Course Name: BTME-601 (DESIGNS OF MACHINE ELEMENTS –II) **

CO.601.1. Student will be able to select the material, thermo-mechanical condition and configuration of a variety of machine elements under a variety of environmental and service conditions.

CO.601.2. Student will be able to apply useful tools for design refinement and design for manufacturing and assembly.

CO.601.3. Student will be able to design transmission components, Flywheel for various live projects.

CO.601.4.Student will be able to design energy restore member for a machine and braking devices.

CO.601.5. Student will be able to design supporting device for torque transmission system.

CO.601.6. Student will be able to generate numerous creative and feasible alternative solutions to a design problem.

** Course Name: BTME-602 (HEAT TRANSFER) **

CO.602.1. Students will be able to understand basic modes of heat transfer like conduction, convection and radiation and solve numerical problems related to them.

CO.602.2. Students will be able to calculate various design parameters related to heat exchangers and analyze their performance.

CO.602.3. Students will be able to enhance their knowledge about various radiation heat flow processes and laws.

CO.602.4. Students will be able to understand different theories of boiling, condensation and nucleation.

CO.602.5. Students can evaluate various equations and perform calculations for thermal system.

CO.602.6. Students will be able to perform better in evaluating and eliminating errors in heat exchange equation.

** Course Name: BTME-603 (FLUID MACHINERY) **

CO.603.1. Student will have basic knowledge of work, power, and efficiency of energetic systems

CO.603.2. Student will be able to select and evaluate performances of hydropower plants, reciprocating and centrifugal pumps.

CO.603.3. Student will be able to determine the velocities & accelerations of various machines under friction and normal conditions

CO.603.4. Student can design the blades of different turbines by applying impulse momentum equation.

CO.603.4. Student will be able to determine and analyze the performance aspects for centrifugal and reciprocating pump

CO.603.5. Student will be able to select and evaluate performances of various reciprocating and centrifugal pumps.

CO.603.6. Student will be able to have confidence to operate and maintain different hydraulic devices.

** Course Name: BTME-604 (STATISTICAL AND NUMERICAL METHODS FLUID MACHINERY) **

CO.604.1. Student will be able to Solve the questions of probability, conditional probability, bayes theorem and also the questions of different distributions according to the random variable is discrete or continuous.

CO.604.2. Student will be able to explain the collection of data and how the collected data can be classified and tabulated, also solve the questions of Mean, Median, Mode and S.D.

CO.604.3. Student will be able to Test the significance of hypothesis under the large sample test when the sample size is greater than 30 and under the small sample test when sample size is less than 30 by using t-test,Chi square-test,F-test,Z-test.

CO.604.4. Student will be able to solve the questions of numerical differation by using Newton forward, Backward, Sterling Formula and numerical integration by using Trapezoidal, Simpson ⅓Simpson ⅜ Rule, also find the sum of series.

CO.604.5. Student will be able to Find the functional value at any value of x under the given tabulated values or out of given range by Newton Forward, Backward, Divided, Sterling, Bessel, Lagrange’s, Gauss Forward, Backward formulas with equal or unequal spaced points.

CO.604.6. Student will be able to solve the questions related to Relative error, Absolute error and Percentage error after the Truncation and Round off of some digits, also find maximum and minimum value.

CO.604.7. Student will be able to find the correct one root of non linear equation and system of non linear equations.

CO.604.8. Student will be able to find the Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations by Taylor series, Prediction & Correction Method, R.K. method with initial value problems and Partial differential equations (Laplace Equation) by Gauss Jordan and Seidel Method with boundary values.

** Course Name: BTME-801 (INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT) **

CO.801.1. Student will understand the concept of industrial engineering and its function in an engineering department.

CO.801.2. Student will be familiar with the concept of organization, span of control and the delegation of authority.

CO.801.3. Student will be familiar with the various approaches to decision making and decision support systems.

CO.801.4. Student will have the basic knowledge of plant location and develop plant layout according to industrial requirement.

CO.801.5. Student will able to analyze work by method study and work measurement.

CO.801.6. Student will be familiar with the concept, phases and application of value engineering.

CO.801.7. Student will be able to differentiate between production and productivity.

** Course Name: BTME-802 (REFRIGERATION AND AIRCONDITIONING) **

CO.802.1. Students will be able to define refrigeration, air conditioning and cryogenics and their practical applications.

CO.802.2. Student will be able to analyze refrigeration cycles using equations of heat transfer and thermodynamics.

CO.802.3. Student will be able to design a vapor compression and absorption refrigeration system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.

CO.802.4. Student will use the knowledge of RAC for industrial and domestic applications and select appropriate refrigerant for particular application.

CO.802.5. Understand and utilize their knowledge about psychometric properties in a better way to achieve air conditioning.

CO.802.6. Student will be able to evaluate the rate and state of supply air, compute cooling loads in summer and heating loads for winter.

CO.802.7. Student will be able to design air conditioning system along with its elements.

** Course Name: BTME-803 (MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS) **

CO.803.1. Student will be able to solve for the motion and the natural frequency of a freely vibrating single degree of freedom undammed motion and a freely vibrating single degree of freedom damped motion.

CO.803.2. Student will be able to construct the governing differential equation and its solution for a vibrating mass subjected to an arbitrary force.

CO.803.3. Student will be able to decompose any periodic function into a series of simple harmonic motions using Fourier series analysis and solve motion and the natural frequency for forced vibration.

CO.803.4. Student will have an ability to obtain the complete solution for the motion of a single degree of freedom vibratory system (damped or undamped) that is subjected to non-periodic forcing functions.

CO.803.5. Student will be able to obtain numerical solutions to vibration problems by simple algorithms, and display the findings in graphical form.

CO.803.6. Student will be able to use Lagrange’s equations for linear and non linear vibratory systems.

CO.803.7. Student will be able to determine responses of SDOF and MDOF systems to harmonic, period and non periodic excitation.

** Course Name: DE/ME-1.3 (Non Conventional Energy Resources) **

**Course Outcomes**

- Students will have an understanding of the concepts and underlying theory of conventional and non-conventional energy resources
- Student will be able to recognize the effects that current energy systems based on fossil fuels have over the environment and the society.
- Student will be able to develop skills in site assessment for solar electric and solar water heating energy systems
- Student will be able to develop dexterity in the production of solution designs for solar systems for both the heating of domestic hot water and electric power generation
- Student will be able to analyze wind speed data and wind turbine performance in a given wind regime.
- Student will be able to identify planning and environmental issues related to wind power systems and able to determine sun position and angles, and identify shading caused by obstacles.
- Understand the fundamentals of biogas conversion system, geothermal energy and tidal energy systems.

** Course Name: HU-251 (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT) **

CO.251.1. Student will understand the basic concepts of human resource management and different managerial functions.

CO.251.2. Student will have understanding of different recruitment and selection process. CO.251.3. Student will understand the Principles of Training and Employee Development. CO.251.4. Student will understand importance of the Job satisfaction and different motivation theories.

CO.251.5. Student will have knowledge about Student will be familiarized with the issues in wage administration, Bonus, Incentives, performance appraisal Fringe & retirement terminal benefits .

CO.251.6. Student will understand the factors required for good Human Relation Policy in Industry.

CO.251.7.Student will have knowledge of different types of employment Acts.

** Course Name:DE/ME-1.1 (INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES) **

**Course outcomes**

- Students will be able to differentiate among different internal combustion engine designs.
- Students can recognize and understand reasons for differences among operating characteristics of different engine types and designs.
- Given an engine design specification, predict performance and fuel economy trends with good accuracy.
- Based on an in-depth analysis of the combustion process, predict concentrations of primary exhaust pollutants.
- Students will be able to compare and contrast experimental results with theoretical trends, and to attribute observed discrepancies to either measurement error or modeling limitations.
- Students will develop an ability to optimize future engine designs for specific sets of constraints (fuel economy, performance, emissions).

Students through the use of both theoretical techniques and experimentation, develop an appreciation for theoretical and practical limits to engine performance and fuel economy.