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Machine Design II

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Type: NoteInstitute: Veer Surendra Sai University Of Technology VSSUT Specialization: Mechanical EngineeringOffline Downloads: 101Views: 3394Uploaded: 4 months ago

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LECTURES NOTES ON MACHINE DESIGN II By Dr. Mihir Kumar Sutar Asst. Professor Mechanical Engineering Department VSSUT Burla
Syllabus Machine Design-II (M) (Data Books are allowed) Module - I 1. Theories of failure: Application of theories of failure to practical problems, dynamic stresses and stress concentration, design of machine members based on fatigue consideration, (Soderberg and Goodman criteria) notch sensitivity, S. C. F. (10) Module - II 2. Design of engine components: Cylinders, piston, connecting rod, flywheel, crank shaft and valve.(10) Module - III 3. Design of transmission components-: clutches(friction and centrifugal type), straight and helical spur gears, bevel gears and worm gears.(10) Module - IV 4. Design of journal bearings based on hydrodynamic theory of lubrication, types of ball and roller bearing, dynamics and static load rating, selection of ball and roller bearings, properties of lubricants, viscosity and oiliness.(10) Text Books: 1. Machine design, P. C. Sharma and D. K. Agrawal, Kataria & Sons 2. Machine Design, P. Kannaiah, Scitech Publications 3. Any Machine Design data book 2
LESSON PLAN VEER SURENDRA SAI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY BURLA LESSON PLAN Semester: 5th Sub: Machine Design-II (M) Session: Odd Theory/Sessional: Theory Branch/Course: B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering Period Module Topic No No 1 Theories of failure: Application of theories of failure to practical problems 2 Application of theories of failure in practical problems, problems 3 dynamic stresses and stress concentration factor 4 Problems on dynamic stresses and stress concentration 5 I Problems on dynamic stresses and stress concentration 6 design of machine members based on fatigue consideration 7 Problems on design of machine members based on fatigue consideration 8 Soderberg and Goodman criteria 9 Problems on Soderberg and Goodman criteria 10 Notch sensitivity and problems Assignment 1 11 Design of engine components: Cylinders 12 Problems on design of cylinders 13 Design of piston, problems 14 Problems on design of piston 15 16 II Design of connecting rod, problems Design of connecting rod, problems 17 Design of connecting rod, problems 18 Design of flywheel, problems 19 Design of crank shaft, problems 20 Design of valves, problems Assignment 2 3
21 Design of transmission components: Design of friction type clutches, problems 22 Design of clutches centrifugal type, problems 23 Problems on design of clutches 24 Design of straight and helical spur gears, problems 25 III Problems on design of straight spur gears 26 Problems on design of helical spur gears 27 Design of bevel gears, problems 28 Problems on design of bevel gears 29 Design of worm gears, problems 30 Problems on design of worm gears Assignment 3 31 Design of journal bearings: Hydrodynamic theory of lubrication 32 Problems on Hydrodynamic theory of lubrication 33 Types of ball and roller bearing, problems on bearing 34 35 IV Dynamics and static load rating, problems Selection of ball and roller bearings, problems 37 Problems on bearing 38 Problems on bearing 39 Properties of lubricants 40 Viscosity and oiliness Assignment 4 Discussion and doubt clearing class 4

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