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Machine Design 1 Semester 6 (TE Third Year) BE Mechanical Engineering University of Mumbai Topics and Syllabus

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100.00 Module 1
  • Mechanical Engineering Design,
  • Design methods,
  • Aesthetic and Ergonomics consideration in design Material properties and their uses in design Manufacturing consideration in design Design considerations of casting and forging Basic principles of Machine Design,
  • Modes of failures,
  • Factor of safety,
  • Design stresses,
  • Principal stresses and strains,
  • Theories of failures Standards,
  • I. S. codes, Preferred Series and Numbers.
200.00 Module 2
  • Curved Beams: Assumptions made in the analysis of curved beams.
  • Design of curved beams: Bending stresses in curved beams, such as crane hook, C-frame, etc.
  • Thick cylinders: Design of thick cylinders subjected to an internal pressure using Lame’s equation.
300.00 Module 3
  • Design against static Loads: Cotter joint, knuckle joint, Turn Buckle Bolted and welded joints under eccentric loading.
  • Power Screw - Screw Presses, C- Clamps along with the Frame, Screw Jack
400.00 Module 4
  • Design against Fluctuating Loads
  • Variables stresses, reversed, repeated, fluctuating stresses Fatigue Failure
  • Static and fatigue stress concentration factors
  • Endurance limit - estimation of endurance limit
  • Design for finite and infinite life
  • Soderberg and Goodman design criteria
  • Fatigue design under combined stresses
500.00 Module 5
  • Design of shaft - power transmitting, power distribution shafts Module (excluding crank shaft) under static and fatigue criteria.
  • Keys - Types of Keys and their selection based on shafting condition.
  • Couplings- Classification of coupling. Design of Split muff couplings, Flange couplings, Bush pin flexible couplings
600.00 Module 6
  • Design of Springs: Helical compression, tension springs under static and variable loads, Leaf springs.
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