GTU Mechanical Engineering sem - 5 syllabus

GTU Mechanical Engineering B.E sem - 5 

syllabus of all subjects 



Mechanical Engineering B.E sem - 5 syllabus of all subjects

(1) Contributor Personality Development Program (3150004):



(2) IPDC - 1 (Integrated Personality Development Course) (3150005):



(3) Control Engineering (3151908):


Rationale: To develop comprehensive knowledge and understanding of classical and modern control theory, industrial automation, and systems analysis. Control engineering is a diverse and rapidly expanding discipline which has become increasingly important in a wide range of industries.


(4) Heat Transfer (3151909):


Rationale: The course is prepared to provide the detailed understating of various modes of heat transfer andits applications in Mechanical Engineering. The course also provides the basic technical knowledge related to heat exchangers.


(5) Operation Research (3151910):


Rationale: Operations Research now a day widely used in the area of decision making for the real-life problems. Managers and decision makers get idea for optimizing and approximating industrial problems. They not only strive to devise appropriate measures for problem solving but also apply scientific techniques to monitor the organizations ongoing activities such as Production mix, Transportation, Assignment, Queuing, Game theory, Replacement and Project Management problem.


(6) Dynamics of Machinery (3151911):


Rationale: The course is designed to give fundamental knowledge of behavior of machines under dynamic condition.


(7) Manufacturing Technology (3151912):


Rationale: The Manufacturing Technology subject is designed to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge in foundry, metal forming, metal joining, manufacturing processes and plastic processing. The manufacturing program provides relevant industrial experience within the academic environment to apply theoretical and practical concepts to improve manufacturing processes and mechanical or manufacturing components.


(8) Oil Hydraulics and Pneumatics (3151913):


Rationale: Course gives idea about the basic system working on fluid power and compressed air. Also, different valves related to hydraulic and pneumatic systems are discussed in syllabus. Subject is also useful for designing the various hydraulic and pneumatic circuits for various engineering applications.

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