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Old 12th August 2014, 08:36 AM
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Default Re: NTPI PGDC CET Mechanical Engineering Entrance Exam Syllabus

Detailed Syllabus of NTPI PGDC CET Mechanical Engineering Entrance Exam is given below .

Part I
Basic mathematics
Basic Science
Language
Analytical Reasoning
Data interpretation

Part II
General Engineering

Part III

Mechanical engineering

Engineering Mechanics
Free body diagrams and equilibrium
Trusses and frames
Virtual work
Kinematics
Dynamics of particles and of rigid bodies in plane motion
Energy formulations

Strength of Materials
Stress and strain
Stress-strain relationship
Mohr’s circle for plane stress and plane strain
Thin cylinders
Shear force and bending moment diagrams
Bending and shear stresses
Deflection of beams
Torsion of circular shafts
Euler’s theory of columns
Strain energy methods
Thermal stresses
Theory of Machines
Velocity and acceleration analysis of plane mechanisms
Displacement
Gear trains
Dynamic analysis of slider-crank mechanism
Flywheels

Machining and Machine Tool Operations
Mechanics of machining
Single and multi-point cutting tools
Tool geometry and materials
Tool life and wear
Economics of machining
Principles of non-traditional machining processes
Principles of work holding
Principles of design of jigs and fixtures

Vibrations
Free and forced vibration of single degree of freedom systems
Effect of damping
Critical speeds of shafts.
Vibration isolation
Resonance

Design
Design for static and dynamic loading
Failure theories
Fatigue strength and the S-N diagram
Principles of the design of machine elements
Bolted riveted and welded joints
Spur gears
Shafts
Rolling and sliding contact bearings
Brakes and clutches

Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences

Fluid Mechanics
Fluid properties
Fluid statics
Control-volume analysis of mass momentum and energy
Fluid acceleration
Differential equations of continuity and momentum
Bernoulli’s equation
Viscous flow of incompressible fluids
Elementary turbulent flow
Flow through pipes

Heat-Transfer
Modes of heat transfer
Resistance concept
One dimensional heat conduction
Electrical analogy
Dimensionless parameters in free and forced convective heat transfer
Unsteady heat conduction
Fins
Various correlations for heat transfer
Thermal boundary layer
Effect of turbulence
Network analysis
Heat exchanger performance - LMTD method, NTU method

Thermodynamics
Zeroth First and Second laws of thermodynamics
Thermodynamic system and processes
Carnot cycle
Irreversibility and availability
Behavior of ideal and real gases
Properties of pure substances
Calculation of work and heat in ideal processes
Analysis of thermodynamic cycles related to energy conversion

Applications

Power Engineering
Steam Tables
I.C. Engines
Refrigeration and air-conditioning
Reverse Brayton cycle
Vapour refrigeration cycle
Heat pumps
Gas refrigeration
Moist air
Psychometric chart
Basic psychometric processes
Turbo machinery

Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering
Structure and properties of engineering materials
Heat treatment
Stress-strain diagrams for engineering materials

Metal Casting
Design of patterns
Solidification and cooling

Forming
Plastic deformation
Fundamentals of hot and cold working processes
Load estimation for bulk (forging rolling extrusion drawing) and sheet (shearing deep drawing bending)
Metal forming processes
Principles of powder metallurgy

Production Planning and Control
Scheduling
Materials requirement planning
Forecasting models
Aggregate production planning

Joining
Physics of welding
Brazing and soldering
Adhesive bonding
Design considerations in welding

Metrology and Inspection
Limits fits and tolerances
Linear and angular measurements
Comparators
Gauge design

Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Basic concepts of CAD/CAM and their integration tools

Inventory Control
Safety stock inventory control systems
Deterministic and probabilistic models

Operations Research
Linear programming
Simplex method
Duplex method
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