Mechanical Engineering Program 2016

Curriculum Applicable for Admission Batch 2016 and Onward


The curriculum adopts a project based learning pedagogy and has integrated theory and practical components with an aim of championing a more effective approach towards learning



Semester 1 : 19 credit and 28 contact hours


Introduction to Calculus and Analysis

Introduction to Computer Programming

Introduction to Mechanics Using MATLAB 1

Introduction to Engineering Design and Manufacturing 1

Principles of Microeconomics

 

 

 


Semester 2 : 19 credit and 28 contact hours


University Physics : Electricity and Magnetism

Data Structure and Algorithms

Introduction to Mechanics Using MATLAB 2

Introduction to Engineering Design and Manufacturing 2

Foundations of Fluid Mechanics

 

 

 

 


Semester 3 : 18 credit and 21 contact hours


Differential Equations

Applied Linear Algebra

Engineering Dynamics 1

Rhetoric and Composition

Engineering Thermodynamics


Semester 4 : 19 credit and 26 contact hours


Probability and Statistics

Numerical Methods

Engineering Dynamics 2

Heat Transfer

Introduction to Electrical and Electronics Engineering

 

 

 


Semester 5 : 20 credit and 30 contact hours


Principles of Macroeconomics

Design and Dynamics 1

Analytical Mechanics 1

Design and Analysis of Turbo-machinery

Newtonian Fluid Mechanics

 

 

 


Semester 6 : 18 credit and 30 contact hours


Analytical Mechanics 2

Design and Dynamics 2

Control Systems

Integrated Design and Manufacturing Project

 

 


Semester 7 : 19 credit and 19-21 contact hours


Environmental Studies

Effective Speech

Technical Writing

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Engineering

Departmental Area Elective 1

Departmental Area Elective 2


Semester 8 : 18 credit and 28-30 contact hours


Senior Design Project

Departmental Elective 1

Departmental Elective 2



Semester 1 : Required Textbooks


Calculus (Vol 1) by Apostol

How to solve it by computer by Dromey

A Laboratory Course for Programming wtih Java by Dale

Elementary Mechanics using MATLAB by Malthe-Sorensen

How to draw by Robertson

How to render by Robertson

Manual of Engineering Drawing by Simmons

Principles of Economics by Mankiw


Semester 2 : Required Textbooks


University Physics (Vol 2) by Young and Freedman

C by Example by Kalicharan

How it solve it by computer by Dromey

Elementary Mechanics using MATLAB by Malthe-Sorensen

Product Design by Otto and Wood

Solidworks for engineers and designers by tickoo

Making IT by Lefteri

Vectors, Tensors and the Basic Equations of

fluid Mechanics by Aris


Semester 3 : Required Textbooks


Differential Equations by Ross

Linear Algebra and its Applications by Strang

Engineering Dynamics by Kasdin and Paley

Critical Thinking and Communication by Inch

Principles of Economics by Mankiw


Semester 4 : Required Textbooks


Probability and Statistics by Walpole and Myers

Numerical Methods by Hamming

Engineering Dynamics by Kasdin and Paley

Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer by Incorpera

Fundamentals of Heat Exchanger Design

by Shah and Sekulic

Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic

circuits by Agarwal and Lang


Semester 5 : Required Textbooks


Principles of Economics by Mankiw

Machine Design by Norton

Material Selection in Mechanical Design by Ashby

Classical Mechanics : Kinematics and statics

by Jan Arwejcewicz

Design of High Efficiency Turbo Machinery and

gas Turbines by Wilson

Fluid Mechanics by Granger


Semester 6 : Required Textbooks


Classical Mechanics : Kinematics and statics

by Jan Arwejcewicz

Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery by Norton

Control Systems Engineering by NIse

Making IT by Lefteri

Mechanical Design of Electric Motors by Tong


Semester 7 : Required Textbooks


Environmental Studies by Erach Bharucha

The Art of Public Speaking by Lucas

Technical Writing by Gerson

Engineering Ethics by Harris, Pritchard and Rabbins

Law Relating to Intellectual Property Rights by Ahuja

Other Books as required by the chosen electives


Semester 8 : Required Textbooks


Product Design by Otto and Wood

The Design of Everyday Things by Norman

Other Books as required by the chosen electives