COURSE STRUCTURE & SYLLABUS OF DILPOMA ENGINEERING
DTA 6 Production Engineering
DTA 7 Instrumentation & Controls
DTA 8 Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning System
DTA 9 Advance Automobile Manufacturing System
DTA 10 Project DTM 6 : PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
1. Theory – Production & Productivity
1.0 Concept of production in industry.
1.1 Definition of Production, Production System.
1.2 Type of Production System, Advantages & Disadvantages
1.3 Suitable examples of Production system Productivity
1.4 difference Between Production & Productivity, Importance of Productivity
1.5 Measurement of Productivity, Techniques of Improving Productivity.
2. Product Design & Development Theory
2.1 Introduction to product Design
2.2 Effect of product design on cost requirements of good product Design
2.3 Factors affecting product design.
2.4 Introduction to product development
2.5 Factors / aspects of Product Development
2.6 Concept of simplication, standardization, specialization & Interchangeability
3. Cost Estimation Theory
3.0 Definitions, Cot Accounting, Elements of cost.
3.1 Components of cost, break even analysis, break even chart, function of break even chart.
3.2 Break even Point, estimations of cost elements.
3.3 Methods of cost estimating, Data requirements for cost estimating, steps in making cost estimates
3.4 Calculations of m/c times for turning, Drilling, Milling, Grinding, Shaping, Selling price of the
4. Plant Layout and Material Handling Theory
4.0 Utilization of techniques in plant layout.
4.1 Types of plant layout & comparison.
4.2 Slection of space requirements in layout.
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4.3 Design & layout of work station.
4.4 Need for material handling devices in industries, Different Material Handling devices. 4.5 Equipments, Sketches, Meaning, Comparisons of systems & Its Application.
5. Process Planning
5.0 Planning of process from raw material to finished product. 5.1 Process operation sheet. Determination of inspection stage. 5.2 Selection of appropriate m/c equipment for process. m/c capacity selection. 5.3 Techniques of planning and assemblies.
6. Control of Production systems theory
6.0 Meaning of Control of Production scheduling.
6.1 Production control, Dispatching Methods, Routing Progress Control. 6.2 Flow Control of Materials, Components, Parts & sub – assemblies to the final product.
6.3 Flow control applied to continuous production. Line balancing & Techniques. 6.4 Introduction & application of CPM & PERT, Method of Planning control at large & its simple
7. Method Study
7.0 Introduction and objectives of method study.
7.1 Method study procedure.
7.2 Selection of work for Method study.
7.3 Recording techniques & critical.
7.5 Development of improved methods.
7.6 Principles of Motion Economy.
7.7 Work Place Layout.
7.8 Human factors in motion study.
8. Work Measurement.
8.0 Introduction and objectives of work measurement.
8.1 Procedures of work measurement.
8.2 Equipment used and scientific method of work.
8.3 Merit rating calculations & allowances.
8.4 New Management techniques & principles.
9. Inventory Control Theory
9.0 Definition of Inventory Control.
9.1 Inventory Control of Materials in process.
9.2 Deciding Economic Batch Quantity, Determining.
9.3 Maximum & Minimum Stock.
9.4 Methods adopted for stock control.
9.5 ABC analysis, Material requirement planning.
9.6 Manufacturing requirement planning.
10. Jigs & Fixtures Theory
10.0 Definitions of Jig & Fixtures.
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10.1 Importance & Its applications.
10.2 Principles of Jig & Fixtures.
10.3 Principles of Jig & Fixtures, Locators, Clamps, Support Bushes, Six degree freedom.
10.4 Two simple examples giving proper applications of simple Jigs & Fixtures for elementary machining
DTM 7 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS
UNIT I : BASIC FACTS OF INSTRUMENTATION AND. CONTROL SYSTEM USED IN
ENGINEERING MEASUREMENT AND PROCESS CONTROL
1. General Instrumentation
1.1 General description of instrumentation
1.2 Development of electronic Instrumentation
1.3 Elements of electronic instrumentation system.
UNIT: II: BASIC FACTS AND CONCEITS OF MEASUREMENT 2. Introduction in Measurement and Measuring system 2.1 Measurement significance of measurement
2.2 Scale factor, Range
2.3 Resolution, Precision accuracy and reliability 2.4 System error analysis.
2.5 Standards and calibrations
3. Measurement Techniques
3.1 Typical sensor output .
3.2 Bridge measurement-. Balanced & unbalanced
3.3 Potentiometer measurements .
UNIT - III BASIC CONCEPTS OFTHE INSTRUMENTATION AND
4.1 Mechanical Parameters sensors, potentiometer, LVDT, RVDT.
Tachometer strain gauges.
4.2 Hydraulics and Pnumatic sensors - pressure level flow 4.3 Temperature sensor thermistors, thermocouples 4.4 Miscellaneous -light liquid level humidity thickness.
5. Signal Conditioning
5.1 Power supply operational amplifiers filters
6. Recording System
6.1 Voltage recording instruments.
6.2 Digital voltmeter
6.3 Script chart recorder
6.4 X-Y recorder
7. Data Acquisition system
7.1 Data Loggers.
7.2 Data acquisition system
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8. Process Control System
8.1 Need of automation and automatic control system,
8.2 Open Loop control circuits
8.3 Close- loop control circuits
8.4 Analog electric controllers
8.5 Digital controller
8.6 Pneumatic Controller
8.7 Digital computer as process controllers
9.1 Electromechanical actuators linear motion rotary motion dc motor ac motor
Stepper motor, Servo motor.
10. Remote control Equipments
10.1 Alarm units, Displays, recording and indication equipments transmitter, telemetry
UNIT IV: PRINCIPLES AND OPERATION OF INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM
11. Principles of Operation of instrument and control System ,
11.1 Principles of measurements
11.2 Principles of integration of different components in the System,
12. Operation of Instrumentation ad control System
12.1 How an instrumentation and control systems is implemented
12.2 Examples of system form in the manufacturing industry.
DTM 8 REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
1.1 Need of Refrigeration
1.2 Application of Refrigeration (Food preservation Ice plant ice-cream, dairy products,
transportation chemical &. industrial process)
2. Refrigeration Cycle
2.1 Reversed cornet cycle on PV &. T 5 diagram
2.2 Bell Coleman cycle - PV, & T -S diagram their advantages &.disadvantages 2.3 Vapour Compressions cycle -PV, TS & PH diagrams calculation of cop, effect of
superheating & under cooling
3. Vapour Absorption System
3.1 Ammonia Vapour, Absorption system its comparison with Vapour compression
4.1 Refrigerants and their desirable properties
4.2 Selection of Refrigerant according to applications
4.3 Secondary refrigerant
5. Construction & Working of Vapour Compression System,
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vane type screw type centrifugal type
5.2 Construction & working of evaporators. Flooded type, dry expansion type their
5.3 Construction & working & application of various types of expansion devices,
automatic expansion -valve, thermostatic expansion valve, capillary tube, solenoid.
5.4 Controls - High & low pressure cut outs, thermostat, overload protector.
UNIT II: AIR CONDITINING SYSTEM
6.1 Need of Air- Conditioning
6.2 Application - human comforts Industrial automobile A/c.
7.1 Psychometric properties of air DBT. WBT. DPT specific & relative humidity degree of
saturation enthalpy of moist air Dalton's law of Partial pressure 7.2 Psychometric charts - location of state and calculation of unknown properties
with Psychometric charts.
7.3 Psychometric processes sensible heating and cooling latent, heating and cooling &
heating with humidification cooling & heating with dehumidification.
10.1 Types of insulating materials used in A/c
10.2 Properties required according to applications
10.3 Methods / procedure of insulating the equipment system.
11. Air Conditioning systems
11.1 Central air conditioning
11.2 Unitary air conditioning
11.3 Window air conditioning
11.4 Spit air condition
11.5 Package air conditioning
11.6 All air & water system
12. Seasonal Air, Conditioning
12.1 Summer air conditioning.
12.2 Winter air conditioning
12.3 Year round air conditioning
12.4 Evaporative cooling
13. Air Distribution
13.1 Types2 of ducts,
13.2 Losses in ducts
13.3 Lay of ducts for Central air conditioning unit
13.4 Different outlets used in air distribution
14. Manufacturing of Refrigeration & Air conditioning System
14.1 Overview of Manufacturing System
14.2 Steps involved in manufacturing of Refrigeration and Air conditioning System. 14.3 Function of Technician in Manufacturing. of Refrigeration & Air conditioning System. Diploma Engineering – VI Sem (Automobile)
DTA 9 - ADVANCE AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM:
UNIT-I AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY.
1. Automobile manufacturing Industry
1.1 Role of automobile mfg. industry in economic development of the country.
1.2 Major industries in India
1.2.1 Their historical background.
1.2.2 Present status of product, turnover size etc,
1.3 Different sections of Automobile industry & their function & Roles, in the
development of industry,
1.4 Roles & Function of the Technician.
1.4.1 Functions of Production section automobile mfg. industry
1.4.2 Functions of different mfg process in automobile industry
1.4.3 Functions of manufacturing technician in each mfg process
1. Understanding to Role of different sections.
2. Role of manufacturing system
3. Role of technician in Manufacturing System.
UNIT II : AUTOMOBILES SYSTEM
2. Automobile System
2.1.1 Components of Automobile
2.1.2 Classification of Automobile
2.2 Transmission system
2.2.1 Clutch 2.2.2 Gear Box
2.2.3 Propeller shaft & rear axle. 2.2.4 Wheel tires
2.3 Steering system
2.4 Breaking system
2.5 Suspension system
UNIT – III : OPERATION & CONTROL OF AUTOMOBILE
3. M/C Tools and Process
3.1 Describing different Mfg. Processes used in Automobile Mfg. Process.
3.2 Describing different M/C tools used in Automobile Mfg. System. 4. Principles & Procedures of operation and control
4.1 Scheduling in Automobile Manufacturing System.
4.2 Despatching in Automobile Manufacturing System.
4.3 Routing in Automobile Manufacturing System.
4.4 Stages in operation of Automobile Manufacturing System.
4.5 Procedure of control of Automobile Manufacturing System.
UNIT – IV : QUALITY CONTROL IN AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING
5. Quality Control.
5.1 Concept of quality control in Automobile Manufacturing System.
5.2 Principles of quality control of Automobile Manufacturing System. Diploma Engineering – VI Sem (Automobile)
5.3 Procedure of quality control in Automobile Manufacturing System.
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