Curriculum

 

 

 

Undergraduate Programme:

 

Program Educational Objectives:

 

PEO1: To develop scientific concepts and analytical capabilities


PEO2: To define and understand the engineering concepts involved in any problem in metallurgical and materials: production, processing, working and failure


PEO3: To create and improve various communication skill and acquaint with social and economic aspects of technology related to metal and materials


PEO4: To get acquainted with details of the science and engineering involved in production, processing, function, failure of materials of various ferrous, non ferrous systems


PEO5: To prepare research capability for advancement of the subject

 

 

Programme Outcomes:

 

 

1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to the Metallurgical and Materials Engineering


2. An ability to design, formulate and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data


3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability


4. An ability to collaborate with multidisciplinary teams


5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems


6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility


7. An ability to communicate effectively


8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context


9. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning


10. A knowledge of contemporary issues


11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice


12. An understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects

 

Scheme of Examination:

III Semester Semester VII Semester

Introduction to materials science and engineering

 ·  Mineral dressing (L)

·  Numerical Methods  and Probability Theory

·  Testing of materials (L)

·  Engineering physical metallurgy (L)

Ferrous extractionmetallurgy

 · Metal working processes /Mechanical processing of materials (Lab)

· Principles of non-ferrous extraction metallurgy (L)

· Particulate technology

· Nuclear materials

· Wear of engineering materials (L)

· Electronic & Electromagnetic Materials (L)

Structural metallurgy (L)

 · Environmental degradation (L)

· Secondary & SpecialSteel making

·  Non-destructive testing (L)

·  Process optimization (L)

·  Operations research

 

IV Semester VI Semester VIII Semester

. Ceramic & Refra. Materials

· Transport Phenomena (L)

· Chemical Characterization of Materials (L)

· Polymeric Materials

· Metallurgical Thermo & Kinetics

. Industrial Metallurgy (L)

· Alloy steels & High Temp Alloys

· Semiconductor Tech

· Hydro & Electro Metallurgy

· Solidification Proc.& AFT

· Joining of Materials (L)

· Light Metal Alloys (L)

· Steel Making Tech.

· Characterization of Materials (L)

· Deformation Behavior

· Specialty Polymers

· Continuous casting of Steels

·  Bio Materials

·  Failure Analysis

·  Surface Engineering

·  Composite Materials (L)

 

 

Course Outcomes:

 

Course Code & Course Title

Course Outcomes

MML 201 Introduction to Materials Science & Engineering

CO1- To familiarize with the concept of material science and engineering of different metals, polymers, ceramics and composites

CO2- To understand the basic structures of metals and alloys

CO3- To develop the ability of analysing complex engineering problems associated with different materials

CO4- To be competent in designing components and processes for particular engineering applications

MML203 Engineering Physical Metallurgy

CO1-To be able to identify the materials from their structures (i.e. crystallographic studies)

CO2-To understand the science behind solidification mechanisms in materials

CO3-To understand the mechanism behind different transformations during heat treatments and alloy systems

CO4-To familiarize with the interpretation of microstructures of different metals, alloys using optical microscopy/Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)

MML 205

Testing of Materials

CO1-To familiarize with basics of mechanical testing of materials that are performed to check the selection of material used for particular application

CO2- To understand mechanical details of test for generation and analysis of data on mechanical properties of materials

CO3-Application of testing for structure property correlation

MML 207

Mineral Dressing

CO1- Able to identify different ores and minerals of different metals

CO2-Acquainted with the different processing of ores

CO3- To understand the mechanism behind comminution of ores and minerals

CO4- To be able to separate metal efficiently and effectively from processed ores and minerals

MAL 203

Numerical Methods & Computing

CO1-To be acquainted with different numerical methods and theory.

CO2-To understand numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations

CO3-To acquire knowledge regarding different deviation methods.

CO4-Understanding about correlation with different functions.

MML202

Polymeric Materials

CO1- Basic concepts in polymers

CO2- Different Polymerization process and with their thermodynamic and kinetic aspect

CO3- Characterization of polymers in terms of physical, chemical and mechanical

CO4-Commodity and engineering type of polymers (preparation, properties and application)

 

 

MML204

Transport Phenomena

CO1 : To understand the importance of heat and mass transfer in industries and concepts in heat transfer  by conduction and  in Fins

CO2:  To understand fundamental concepts of fluid flow and natural and forced convection heat transfer.

CO3:  To understand  the concepts in heat transfer by radiation and its relevant applications.

CO4:  Analyze the thermal and metallurgical design of heat exchangers.

CO5:  To understand the mass transfer concepts and its application to various processes.

MML206

Metallurgical Thermodynamics & Kinetics

CO1-Understand fundamental laws of thermodynamics

CO2-Able to apply thermodynamics in understanding allotropic and phase changes in the metal and alloys

CO3-Competent to predict feasibility of various chemical reactions associated with synthesis of alloys and composites.

CO4-Able to comment on structural changes in alloys based on nucleation, and kinetics.

MML208

Ceramic Materials

CO1-Familiarize with the structural aspects of various ceramic and refractory materials

CO2- Able to synthesize various refractory materials

CO3- Competency in characterization of ceramic materials

CO4-To understand various applications of ceramic and refractory material

MML210

Chemical Characterization of Materials

CO1- Familiarize with various techniques of analysis

CO2-To understand principles of various methods of analysis

CO3-Able to titrate the material to know its chemical composition

CO4-To know the significance of oxidation and reduction involved in chemical reactions

MML214

Theory and Technology of Heat Treatment

CO1- To get acquainted with different types of heat treatment techniques

CO2-To understand the theory behind different heat treatment processes

CO3-To understand various applications of heat treatment techniques

MML 371

Metal Working Processes

CO1-Understand various mechanical processing techniques of materials

CO2-Competent to know principles in different mechanical processing of materials

CO3-Able to correlate structure-property correlation associated with different mechanical processing of materials

CO4-Competent to comment on selection of specific process for material to be used for particular application

MML 372

Principles of Non-Ferrous Extraction Metallurgy

CO1-Overview of various processes involved in extraction of non-ferrous metals from their ores

CO2-Develop understanding to know the associated principles of different processes of extraction

CO3-Able to identify economical extraction process selection

CO4-To be able to perform mass balance calculations associated with various extraction processes

MML 373

Ferrous Extraction Metallurgy

CO1-Understand physic-chemical aspects, thermodynamics and kinetics of reactions and processes

CO2-Appreciate techno-economic indices, productivity and consumption norms

CO3-Appreciate the design and operations of various processes

CO4-Gather critical knowledge of alternative Iron making technologies

MML 378

Wear of Engineering Materials

CO1: Industrial importance of wear and abrasive wear behaviour of engineering materials.

CO2: Erosive wear of engineering materials and wear testing.

CO3: Sliding wear behaviour of metallic and non metallic materials. 

CO4: Laws of friction and frictional behaviour of metals and  polymers

CO5: Frictional behaviour of ceramic materials and fundamentals of lubrication and wear characterization.

MML 377

Chemical Characterization of Materials

CO1-Familiarize with various techniques of analysis

CO2-To understand principles of various methods of analysis

CO3-Able to titrate the material to know its chemical composition

CO4-To know the significance of oxidation and reduction involved in chemical reactions

PHL305

Electrical & Magnetic Materials

CO1-Understand concept of magnetism

CO2-Able to understand use of magnetic material for specific application

CO3-To understand fundamental laws of electrical and magnetic conduction in materials

CO4-Understand the concept of Lasers and its applications

MML380

Particulate Technology

CO1-To understand the different methods of powder preparation

CO2-To able to decide application specific powder compaction method

CO3-To knowapplication of powder compaction components

MML 381 Metallurgy of Nuclear Materials

CO1-To understand the properties of nuclear materials

CO2-To get acquainted with the extraction processes of various nuclear materials

CO3-To understand various refining and ultra-purification processes of the nuclear materials

CO4-To understand the thermodynamics of extraction

MMP 372

Principles of Non-Ferrous Extraction Metallurgy Lab

CO1-To develop clear understanding of various unit processes which includes calcination, oxidation and sulphatization roasting, lime scavenged direct reduction, carbo-thermic reduction, leaching, cementation and electro-wining

CO2-To perform mass balance calculations

MMP 378

Wear of Engineering Materials Lab

CO1:  To understand the objectives of wear testing, test methods and their industrial importance.

CO2:   To understand the abrasive wear test methods, interpretation of test results and relevant applications.

CO3 :  To understand the erosive wear test methods and interpretation of test results and relevant applications.

CO4:  Sliding wear test and interpretation of test results.

CO5:  Analyze worn out surfaces

MMP 377

Chemical Characterization of Materials Lab

CO1-To know about determination of Carbon and Sulphur in Ferrous Materials by “Stroheleins Apparatus”

CO2-To understand determination of Manganese in steel by sodium Bismuthate method

CO3-To know determination of Chromium in steel by ammonium Persulphate method

CO4-To know determination of Phosphorus in steel by ammonium Nitro-molybdate method

PHP 306

Electrical & Electronic Materials Lab

CO1-To know the temperature variation of resistivity for a semiconductor and find its band gap by Four – Probe method

CO2-To understand the mobility and carrier concentration in the sample (metal or semiconductor) using Hall effect setup

CO3-To know the conductivity of given sample by Kelvin’s Bridge Method

CO4-To understand the coefficient of Thermal Conductivity of a bad conductor by Lee’s disc method

MML 374

Characterization of Materials

CO1- To understand the basics of crystallography

CO2- To get acquainted with microstructural characterization basics and techniques

CO3-To know the Significance of thermal characterization methods and IR spectroscopic techniques

CO4-To understand the applications of each technique and its limitations

MML 375

Steel Making Technology

CO1-Understand physic-chemical aspects, thermodynamics and kinetics of steel making reactions

CO2-Details of reactor design and operation of hearth and converter type processes

CO3-To appreciate ingot, strand casting processes and the basics of secondary steel making

CO4-Appreciate and evaluate Mass balance, thermodynamic parameters, kinetics etc. of reactions and processes

MML 382

Solidification Processing & Advance Foundry Technology

CO1-To understand and apply foundry processes and practices.

CO2-Can design a gating and risering system for simple casting shapes.

CO3-Are able to understand and address problems arising during solidification of metals and alloys

MML 383 Light Metal Alloys

CO1-To understand various light metal alloys and their characteristics.

CO2-To know processing, properties and applications of wrought and cast Al-alloys.

CO3-To know processing, properties and applications of Ti alloys.

CO4-Same as CO3 but for Mg alloys.

MML 471 Structural Metallurgy

CO1-To understand crystallography and sterographic projection

CO2-To understand technique and analysis of X-ray diffraction

CO3-To know mechanisms of diffusion and applications

CO4-To understand theory and application of plastic deformation and phase transformation

MML 472 Environmental Degradation of Metallic Materials

CO1-Able to understand theoretical basis of environmental degradation of metallic materials                                    

CO2-To know various anodic and cathodic reactions and their thermodynamic feasibility                                       

CO3-To understand forms of corrosion and their mechanisms                                                                      CO4-To understand methods used for corrosion testing

MML 494

X-Ray diffraction and Electron Microscopy

 

CO1-To know basics of crystallography

CO2-To understand point groups, space groups

CO3-To know diffraction from materials

CO4-To understand Transmission electron microscopy (imaging and diffraction)

MML 479

Selection of Materials

 

CO1:To understand concepts of materials selection for  static strength and stiffness .

CO2: To understand concepts in fracture toughness  and   fatigue and its application to  relevant material selection situations.

CO3: To analyze the creep behaviour of  engineering materials  and relevant  material selection criteria.

CO4: Toanalyze and solve numericals on design for fracture toughness, fatigue and creep life estimation.

CO5:  To understand the different modes of wear and  wear behaviour of engineering materials

MML 379

Non-Destructive Testing

CO1-To understand the fundamental need of NDT

CO2-To appreciate various NDT techniques

CO3-To familiarize with the interpretation test result and application of NDT

MML 475-

Joining of Materials

CO1-Basic knowledge of various joining process

CO2-To understand welding metallurgy

CO3-Should be able to select proper welding process for a particular application and material

MML  477 Secondary & Special Steel Making

CO1-Develop clear understanding of the concept of clean steels – their characteristics and importance

CO2-Understand the fundamentals and practices of secondary steel making processes

CO3-To perform thermodynamic and kinetic calculations

CO4-To appreciate the science and technology of stainless steel making

MML 480

Fracture Mechanics

CO1-To understand the fracture mechanics

CO2-To understand different theories of fracture mechanics

CO3-To understand the mechanism of stresses developed in notches specimens

CO4-Able to design stress free parts

MMP  471 Structural Metallurgy Lab

CO1-To understand analytical part of Crystallography

CO2-To understand analytical part of X-ray diffractions

CO3-To understand analytical part of Diffusion

CO4-To understand analytical part of Phase transformation and Rate of reaction

MMP 374

Characterization of Materials Lab

CO1-To know imaging using OM & SEM

CO2-To analyse phase quantitatively by XRD

CO3-To know the significance of thermal characterization techniques and obtain Tg, Tc, Tm by using DSC, TG-DTA

CO4-To analyse polymers by using FTIR

MMP  472 Environmental Degradation of Metallic Materials Lab

CO1- able to know conduction of various tests for corrosion rate determination.

CO2-competent in preparation of samples for various tests.

CO3- to know methods used for corrosion testing.

CO4- to understand measures for corrosion control.

MML 473 Composite Materials

CO1-To understand concept and properties of composite material.

CO2-To appreciate various composite manufacturing methods.

CO3-To understand application of composite.

MML 481 Deformation Behavior

CO1- To know the different types of material behaviour under mechanical loading

CO2-To understand different types of material failure under load

CO3-To understand high temperature deformation of materials

CO4-To know different mechanisms involved in loading

MML 487 Continuous Casting of Steels

CO1-To develop clear understanding of strand casting process

CO2-To appreciate the role of heat transfer and control, turbulence, mold operations, EMS and mold fluxes

CO3-To develop clear understanding of the theory and practice of segregation control and tundish metallurgy

CO4-To critically assimilate the relation between operating practice – scientific parameters and quality of cast products

MML 486

Failure Analysis

CO1-Develop ability and skill to carry out failure investigation in a systematic way

CO2-Are able to analyse the characteristics of failure occurring under various conditions and identify the cause of failure

CO3-Develop clear understanding of failure mechanism under a given operating condition and can comment on appropriate preventive measures

MML 488

Nano Materials

CO1-To understand various physical, mechanical and chemical properties of nanomaterials

CO2-To know the characterization techniques

CO3-To understand various synthesis methods

CO4-To know safety issues associated with nanomaterials

MM   516

Bio Materials

CO1-To understand structure and properties of biomaterials

CO2-To know the various issues associated with implant materials

CO3-To understand characterization of biomaterials

CO4-To understand applications of biomaterials

MML 489

Surface Engineering

CO1-To know various surface engineering methods

CO2-To understand difference between surface coating and surface treatment

CO3-To understand cleaning process used for ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys

CO4-To know various plating practices depending upon the base metal

MML 376 Industrial Metallurgy

 

CO1-To understand various methods of casting techniques and its industrial applications

CO2-To appreciate various methods of Powder Metallurgical techniques and industrial applications

CO3-To understand various methods of Welding Techniques and its industrial applications

MMP 383

Light Metal Alloys Lab.

CO1-To understand structures of various light metal alloys

CO2-To know principles of casting these alloys

CO3-To know various mechanical processing techniques

CO4-To understand failure analysis of these alloys

MML 351 – Process Optimization

CO1- Develop an ability and skill to evaluate quality in terms of monitory units.

CO2 – Are able to analyze the orthogonal array and calculate the S/N ratio and suggest an optimal setting of control factors

CO3- Can select an appropriate control chart, plot the chart and interpret to identify special or assignable cause of variation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Postgraduate Programme:

I Semester II Semester

. Nano and Bio materials

· Polymer engineering

· Introduction to Metals & Alloys

· Ceramic engineering

· Casting and solidification

· Characterization of materials

·  Thermodynamics and phase transformations

. Adv. Engg. Materials

· Welding Tech.

· Adv. Composite Materials

· Alloys & Special Steels

· Bio Materials

· Design & Selection of Materials