B.E. Mechanical Engineering:Metal FormingThapar University
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First Year: Semester I
First Year: Semester-II
Electrical and Electronic Science
Second Year- Semester - I
Numerical and Statistical Methods
Material Science and Engineering
Kinematics of Machines
Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Second Year- Semester – II
Measurement Science and Techniques
Power Generation and Economics
Machine Design – I
Dynamics of Machines
Computer Aided Design
Human Values, Ethics and IPR
Measurement and Metrology Lab
Third Year- Semester – I
Industrial Metallurgy and Materials
Machine Design – II
Total Quality Management
Summer Training(6 Weeks during summer vacations after 2nd year)
Third Year- Semester – II
Industrial Training (6 Weeks )
Fourth Year- Semester – I
Heat and Mass Transfer
Computer Aided Manufacturing
Production Planning and Control
Mechanical Vibrations and Condition Monitoring
Fourth Year- Semester – II
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Classification of Metal Forming Processes: Elementary theory of plasticity, stress / strain / strain-rate characteristics of materials, yield criteria of metals, formability. Mechanics of Forming Process: Rolling, process parameters, pressure distribution and roll separating force, rolling pressure, driving torque and power requirements.
Forging: Determination of forces in strip forging and disc forging, defects in forged components.
Drawing: Drawing stresses, limiting draw ratio, factors affecting drawability determination of force and power in wire drawing, determination of maximum allowable reduction, deep drawing force analysis, defects in drawn components Bending: Bendability, determination of work load and spring back.
Extrusion: Process, parameters, determination of work load from stress analysis and energy considerations, power loss, hydrostatic extrusion, pressure required to extrude, variables affecting the process
Punching & Blanking: Two-dimensional deformation model and fracture analysis, determination of working force.
High Energy Rate Forming: Classification, comparison of conventional and high speed forming, Introduction to High Energy Rate Forming Processes (HERF).