End-Semester Assignment for non-graduating students
- Teacher: Amit Kumar Pal
This is 3-credit core course for 6th semester B.Tech ME students.
Course Abstract: This course deals with the vibrations of typical mechanical components under various excitations. Starting with the single degree-of-freedom systems, the course goes on analyzing multi degree-of-freedom systems. Natural frequencies of various mechanical components excited under undamped and damped environments are derived.
At the end of the course, the students should be able to
(i) formulate the linearized governing equation for vibration of a mechanical system
(ii) determine natural frequencies of various discrete and simple continuous systems
(iii) analyze the modes of vibration of various discrete systems
(iv) identify various vibration measurement methods for use of suitable one in a given application
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M.Sc Chemistry, 2nd semester course
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This is the only Construction Core Course
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Phase II of Computer Science and Engineering B. Tech Projects
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B.Tech project (II)-Mechanical Engineering
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(product/technology) under the supervision of one or more faculty
members. The term ‘open ended’ emphasizes that the course does not have a
pre-defined syllabus, but the mentor together with the students can
define the deliverables and outcomes at the beginning of the course.
Such projects will lead to development of soft as well as technical
skills. Innovation/tinkering lab facilities can be used to work on such
projects. It is desirable that such projects have relevance to industry
or societal problems.
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Fourth semester course for B.Tech CS
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In the second module, students will be introduced to scientific computation using Python.
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