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Postgraduate program was established in the year with the intake of 18 seats. The department received during last three years the following grants from A. Salient Features of The Department Alumni have achieved higher position in Multi-National Companies. Highest placement amongst private institutes in the region. Students excel in Professional Examinations. State-of-Art infrastructure. Pursuing : Faculty members have to their credit more than research publications.

Faculty is having thorough interactions with outside world. Department carries out Industrial visits and industry based projects on regular basis. Absorption of such knowledge in teaching and learning process and its reapplication to quasi-similar situationsProgram Educational Objectives1.

The students of Industrial Engineering shall be prepared to work in any Engineering organization, pursue higher studies or start their own entrepreneurial project. Industrial Engineering students shall have the expertise to create the integrated systems of man-machine-material for productivity improvement.

Students shall have the ability to provide financially viable systems. The students shall have the general understanding and competency of designing and evaluating the interfacing systems of Information and Technology, Mechanical and Production Engineering.

Exposure to management courses shall inculcate into the students a sense of professionalism. Involvement of the graduates with student bodies shall help them shape their personalities as it will hone their communication skills, build team-spirit and generate social awareness. The students shall have the desire to pursue higher studies and engage themselves in life-long learning in the context of technological changes.

Industrial Engineering ProgramProgram Outcomes:a. Program makes sure that students will apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals to the solution of Industrial engineering problems. Program ensures that students are capable to identify, formulate and analyze the problems in manufacturing and service industry. Program ensures that students gain ability to exercise contemporary industrial engineering tools with information technology support.

Program ascertains to inculcate the skill set in students to behave and become acceptable as an important contributor to the society in general. Program make certain that students recognize long term effects of solutions provided by industrial engineering tools and techniques on environment and sustainability of mankind.

Students should understand the importance of ethical behavior and incorporate the same in their day to day working. Program undertakes that students will work as an individual and lead the team effectively to achieve the set objectives. Program composes that students are capable to effectively communicate with his peers, superiors and subordinates to enhance the productivities. Students are able to plan and execute engineering projects with cost consideration.

Program reassures that students are satisfactorily motivated to pursue a profession in Industrial engineering. Industrial Engineering Sr. Industrial Engineering 6 B. Formulate and analyze mathematical problems, precisely define the key terms, and draw clear and reasonable conclusions. Read, understand, and construct correct mathematical model for simple electrical circuits, mechanicalsystems and other related engineering problems.

Apply techniques of differential calculus to obtain the solution of mathematical models of physicalsystems and use optimization technique. Unit - IV:First Order Differential Equation: First order first degree differential equations: Linear, reducible to linear, exact and reducible to exact differential equations; Non-linear differential equations. Application of higher order differential equations: Mechanical and electrical Oscillatory circuits free, damped free, forced oscillations Text Books Higher Engineering Mathematics, B.

Grewal, Khanna Publishers, Delhi. Wartikar and J. Engineering Mathematics by Srimanta, Paul4. A text book of Applied Mathematics I, T. Singh, K. Sarda, Professional Publishing House Pvt. Knowledge of water analysis, waste water analysis, boiler water chemistry and desalination of water enable the students to overcome the difficulties, to a larger extent; that often come across in the field of i Civil engineering, ii Public health and environmental engineering iii Ocean engineering iv thermal and electrical power generation sectors and process engineering.

Better understanding to surmount over the difficulties faced in the selection of proper and economical constructional materials to be used; the impact of change in the physicochemical and mechanical properties of the concrete type composites due to variation in their chemical composition.

There are many different ways in which the abundant energy around us can be harnessed converted and exploited for our use. The ability to harness and its use for constructive purposes as economically as possible is a challenge before mankind.

Under these circumstances it is imperative that sustainable energy sources with less attardent problems are developed to meet the ever increasing energy demand. The course content related to energy recourses incorporated in the syllabus fulfills the basic requirement for having acquaintance with the field. Application of knowledge of conventional sources of energy used in thermal, electrical, nuclear power, generations; harnessing new vistas to upgrade and uplift unconventional sources of energy.

Shall help to judiciously select and design proper engineering materials having better corrosion resistance and sustainability and implement the effective measures to minimize the corrosion wherever possible.

Better insight in the selection of materials for modern technologies which demand with unusual combination of properties that cannot met by any of the conventional metal alloys, ceramics and polymeric materials viz in aerospace applications, military warfare materials, nuclear installations, electrical electronic components devices, nanotechnology materials process engineering field etc. SyllabusWater Treatment : Water Treatment for Industrial Applications: Brief introduction regarding sources, impurities in water, hardness of water and their types.

Softening of water using lime-soda process: principles in hot and cold lime-soda process. Zeolite softener, demineralization by synthetic ion exchange resins.

Boiler troubles: Carryover, Priming and Foaming, Scales and Sludges, Caustic Embrittlement, Boiler Corrosion-causes and effects on boiler operation and methods of prevention. External and Internal conditioning : Phosphate, Carbonate and Calgon conditioning. Desalination of water using reverse osmosis and electro dialysis. Cement : Process parameters involved in the manufacturing of portland cement, manufacture of portland cement, microscopic constituents of cement and their effects on strength; setting and hardening of cement.

Types and uses of cement: Pozzolonic; Rapid hardening, Low heat and High alumina cements. Additives and admixtures used in cement: Accelerators, Retarders, Air entrainment agents, Water repellants. Chemical approach to Nanomaterials :General introduction to nanotechnology, timeline and milestone, overview of different nanomaterials available, potential use of nanomaterials in electronics, sensors, medical applications, catalysis, environment and cosmetics.

Physical chemistry related to nanoparticles such as colloids and clusters: conductivity and enhanced catalytic activity compared to the same materials in the macroscopic state. Carbon nanotubes: single-walled and multi-walled carbon nanotubes, their structures, properties and applications.

Potential risks of nanomaterials- health and environmental impact. Solid Fuels: Types of coals, proximate and ultimate analysis of coal, its significance, Carbonization of Coal. Numericals based on Combustion Calculations: Numericals based on combustion calculations for solid fuels.

Numericals based on combustion calculations for liquid and gaseous fuels. Friction, Wear and Lubricants : Introduction, lubrication mechanism, hydrodynamic, boundary and extreme pressure lubrication. Classification of lubricants- Solid, Semisolid and Liquid lubricants, Blended oils using different additives viz.

Criteria for selection of lubricants under different conditions of load and speeds. Corrosion : Electrochemistry and Theories of Corrosion : Introduction to corrosion, Cause and Consequences of corrosion, Measurement of corrosion rate, Galvanic series, Dry and Wet corrosion, Pilling-Bedworth rule, factors affecting the rate of corrosion. Types of corrosion and Preventive Methods: Different types of corrosion Pitting, Stress, Intergranular and Galvanic , protection against corrosion, design and selection of engineering materials, cathodic and anodic protection, Brief discussion about Protective Coatings: Metallic, Inorganic, Organic coatings, Corrosion inhibitors Text Books Text Book of Engineering Chemistry, S.

Dara, S. Chand and Company Ltd. Textbook of Engineering Chemistry, P. Dara; S. Textbook of Engineering Chemistry, S. Narkhede, R.

Jadhav, A. Bhake, A. Zadgaonkar, Das Ganu Prakashan, Nagpur. Applied Chemistry, A. Engineering Chemistry, Arty Dixit, Dr. Kirtiwardhan Dixit, Harivansh Prakashan, Chandrapur. Reference Books Engineering Chemistry, B.

Engineering Chemistry, O. Engineering Chemistry, R. Chemistry of Cement, J. Nanomaterials Chemistry, C. Rao, A. Muller, A. Text Books Practical Engineering Chemistry: S.

Shivakumarand J. Students will understand the vector representation of electrical quantities, power factor and its improvement.


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Data Structures- Data structure, Abstract Data Types ADT , Concept of linear and Non-linear, static and dynamic, persistent and ephemeral data structures, and relationship among data, data structure, and algorithm, From Problem to Program. Algorithmic Strategies- Introduction to algorithm design strategies- Divide and Conquer, and Greedy strategy. Sorting- Types of sorting-Internal and external sorting, General sort concepts-sort order, stability, efficiency, number of passes, Sorting methods- Bubble sort, Insertion sort, Selection sort, Quick sort, Heap sort, Shell sort, Bucket sort, Radix sort, Comparison of All Sorting Methods. Case Study- Timsort is a hybrid stable sorting algorithm. Books: 1.


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Postgraduate program was established in the year with the intake of 18 seats. The department received during last three years the following grants from A. Salient Features of The Department Alumni have achieved higher position in Multi-National Companies. Highest placement amongst private institutes in the region. Students excel in Professional Examinations. State-of-Art infrastructure.


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