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ME 2305 –Applied Hydraulics and Pneumatics. Notes on Lesson Class : III – Year Mechanical Engg., A & B Section, 2009 Batch. 1. Index. Class Test Plan - Slide 3 Self Study Topics - Slide 4 Class Seminar Topics - Slide 5

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    1. ME 2305 –Applied Hydraulics and Pneumatics Notes on Lesson Class : III – Year Mechanical Engg., A & B Section, 2009 Batch. 1

    2. Index • Class Test Plan - Slide 3 • Self Study Topics - Slide 4 • Class Seminar Topics - Slide 5 • Weekly Assignments - Slide 6 – 8 • Open Book Test - Slide 9 • Notes on Lesson - Slide 10 to 84 • Lecturer Hour Activities • Tutorial Hours Details • Doubt Clarification Session- Slide 85 to 87 • Recap Session Details – Slide 88 to 91 2

    3. Class Test Plan 3

    4. Self Study Topic 4

    5. Class Seminar Topics 5

    6. Guidelines for Writing Weekly Assignments • Assignments should be submitted on or before the last date before 10.00 A.M. • Assignments should be written only in the college assignment notebooks. • Assignments should be written using blue or black pen. • Assignments should be neat and legible. • Viva questions will be asked during the submission time. If not answered then that assignment should be repeated again. • Doubts related to the assignments can be cleared at any time. • Assignments should be collected back on the next day of submission. • Assignments carries 20 % of internal marks 6

    7. Weekly Assignment Plan Cont … 7

    8. 8

    9. Open Book Test Plan 9

    10. Class : 1 Date : 18.06.2011Unit : I Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Introduction to subject & syllabus review • Introduction about the subject. • Objective of the Subject • Need of the hydraulics and pneumatics • Industrial applications • Advanced technologies. • Scope for the project work. • Brief explanation on unit I, II, III, IV, V. 10

    11. Class : 2 Date : 20.06.2011Unit : I Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Introduction to fluid power Explanation about Fluid. Explanation about Fluid power. Application of fluid power. Advantage and disadvantage of fluid power. 11

    12. Class : 3 Date : 20.06.2011Unit : I Period : 4LH / TH : LH Topic : Advantages of fluid power Detailed discussion on the advantages of the fluid power system. 12

    13. Class : 4 Date : 23.06.2011Unit : I Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Application of fluid power system Various applications of the fluid power systems. Merits and demerits of those systems. Simple circuit of those systems. 13

    14. Class : 5 Date : 25.06.2011Unit : I Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Types of fluid power systems Classification of fluid power system Brief description of fluid power system Merits and demerits of the fluid power system 14

    15. Class : 6 Date : 27.06.2011Unit : I Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Properties of hydraulic fluids, General types of fluids Fluid and its classification Properties of the fluids. Advantage of the fluid properties Properties of the hydraulic fluids. Application of fluids and the hydraulic fluids. 15

    16. Class : 7 Date : 27.06.2011Unit : I Period : 4LH / TH : TH Topic : Fluid power symbols Various fluid power system symbols and explanation. How to differentiate the various fluid power symbols. Practices to draw the various fluid power symbols. 16

    17. Class : 8 Date : 30.06.2011Unit : I Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Basics of hydraulics Basic hydraulic circuit. Basic essential components. Functions of the hydraulic components. Working of the hydraulic components and circuits. 17

    18. Class : 9 Date : 02.07.2011Unit : I Period : 3LH / TH : TH Topic : Basics of hydraulics, Applications of Pascal’s law Basics of the Hydraulics. Pascal law Various applications of the Pascal’s law. Student Seminars. 18

    19. Class : 10 Date : 04.07.2011Unit : I Period : 3 LH / TH : LH Topic : Laminar and turbulent flow, Reynolds’s number, Darcy’s equation Explanation on laminar and turbulent flow with application and examples. Difference between Laminar and Turbulent Flow. Reynolds Number – Experimental setup, derivation and application. Darcy's Equation – derivation, equation and its application. 19

    20. Class : 11 Date : 04.07.2011Unit : I Period : 4LH / TH : TH Topic : Laminar and turbulent flow, Reynolds’s number, Darcy’s equation Application, Problems and applications with real time examples 20

    21. Class : 12 Date : 07.07.2011Unit : I Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Losses In Pipe, Valves And Fittings Various connecting devices in the Hydraulic Circuits. Efficiency of the system. Effects of leakage and losses of oil. Effect due to losses in pipes. Effects due losses in Valves. Effects due to losses in Fittings. 21

    22. Class : 13 Date : 09.07.2011Unit : II Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Pumping Theory, Pump Classification Simple laws on pressure and volume. Basics of Pumping Theory. Working Procedure of the Rotary and reciprocating pumps. Various types of pumps and descriptions. 22

    23. Class : 14 Date : 11.07.2011Unit : I Period : 3LH / TH : - Topic : Class Test I : Unit I topics Basic Hydraulic circuit and its component explanations. Various losses in Hydraulic circuits. Brief Explanation on laminar, turbulent, Reynolds number, and Darcy equation. Properties and application of Fluid Power system. Applications of Pascal's law 23

    24. Class : 15 Date : 11.07.2011Unit : I Period : 4LH / TH : Topic : Class Test I : Unit I topics • Basic Hydraulic circuit and its component explanations. • Various losses in Hydraulic circuits. • Brief Explanation on laminar, turbulent, Reynolds number, and Darcy equation. • Properties and application of Fluid Power system. • Applications of Pascal's law 24

    25. Class : 16 Date : 14.07.2011Unit : II Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Gear pump construction and working of pumps pump performance Basics and working principle of the Gear pump. Derivation for efficiency calculation of the gear pump. Merits and demerits of the gear pump. Various types of the Gear pump. Application of the gear pump. 25

    26. Class : 17 Date : 16.07.2011Unit : II Period : 3LH / TH : TH Topic : Gear pump construction and working of pumps pump performance Brief Explanation on the various types of the gear pumps and its operating principle. Efficiency calculation of the various gear pumps. Merits and demerits of the various types of the gear pumps. 26

    27. Class : 18 Date : 18.07.2011Unit : II Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Vane pump construction and working of pumps pump performance Basics and working principle of the Vane pump. Derivation for efficiency calculation of the Vane pump. Merits and demerits of the Vane pump. Various types of the Vane pump. Application of the Vane pump. 27

    28. Class : 19 Date : 18.07.2011Unit : II Period : 4LH / TH : TH Topic : Vane pump construction and working of pumps pump performance Brief Explanation on the various types of the vane pumps and its operating principle. Efficiency calculation of the various vane pumps. Merits and demerits of the various types of the vane pumps. 28

    29. Class : 20 Date : 21.07.2011Unit : II Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Piston pump construction and working of pumps pump performance Basics and working principle of the Piston pump. Derivation for efficiency calculation of the Piston pump. Merits and demerits of the Piston pump. Various types of the Piston pump. Application of the Piston pump. 29

    30. Class : 21 Date : 23.07.2011Unit : II Period : 3LH / TH : TH Topic : Piston pump construction and working of pumps pump performance Brief Explanation on the various types of the Piston pumps and its operating principle. Efficiency calculation of the various Piston pumps. Merits and demerits of the various types of the Piston pumps. 30

    31. Class : 22 Date : 25.07.2011Unit : II Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Variable displacement pumps Basics and working principle of the Variable displacement pump. Derivation for efficiency calculation of the Variable displacement . Merits and demerits of the Variable displacement Various types of the Variable displacement . Application of the Variable displacement 31

    32. Class : 23 Date : 25.07.2011Unit : II Period : 4LH / TH : LH Topic : Linear hydraulic actuators Basics and working principle of the hydraulic actuators. Derivation for efficiency calculation of the hydraulic actuators. Merits and demerits of the hydraulic actuators Various types of the hydraulic actuators. Application of the hydraulic actuators 32

    33. Class : 24 Date : 28.07.2011Unit : II Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Types of hydraulic cylinders, Single acting, double acting Various Types of Hydraulic Cylinders. Working principle and the applications. Single Acting Cylinder and its performance measurements. Double acting Cylinder and its performance measurements. 33

    34. Class : 25 Date : 30.07.2011Unit : II Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Special cylinders like tandem, rod less, telescopic, cushioning mechanism Various types of special cylinders and its applications. Tandem cylinder. Rod less Cylinder. Telescopic cylinder. Cylinder Cushioning. 34

    35. Class : 26 Date : 01.11.2011Unit : II Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Class Test II : Pump • Any Three Questions • External Gear Pump. • Balanced vane Pump. • Radial Piston Pump. • Cylinder Cushioning. 35

    36. Class : 27 Date : 01.11.2011Unit : II Period : 4LH / TH : LH Topic : Class Test II : Pump • Any Three Questions • External Gear Pump. • Balanced vane Pump. • Radial Piston Pump. • Cylinder Cushioning. 36

    37. Class : 28 Date : 04.11.2011Unit : II Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Rotary actuators :gear, vane and piston motors Rotary Actuators – types and its various applications. Gear actuator and its various types. Vane Actuator and its Various types. Piston actuator and its Various types. 37

    38. Class : 29 Date : 06.11.2011Unit : III Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Director control valve – 3/2 way valve Valves Application of Valves. Various types of valves. Principle of DCV 3/2 way DCV. 38

    39. Class : 30 Date : 11.11.2011Unit : III Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : 4/2 way valve 4/2 way DCV 39

    40. Class : 31 Date : 11.11.2011Unit : III Period : 4LH / TH : LH Topic : Shuttle valve – check valve Various other Direction Control Valves. Shuttle Valves. Check Valve. Various other valve. 40

    41. Class : 32 Date : 11.11.2011Unit : III Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Pressure control valve – pressure reducing valve Pressure Control valve and its applications. Working principle of the PCV. Various types of pressure regulating valves. Pressure control valve. Pressure reducing valve. 41

    42. Class : 33 Date : 13.11.2011Unit : III Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Sequence valve, Flow control valve – fixed and adjustable Working principle of sequence valve. Flow control devices and its applications. Various flow control valves. Fixed flow control valve Variable flow control valve. 42

    43. Class : 34 Date : 18.11.2011Unit : III Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Electrical control solenoid valves, relays, Ladder diagram Electrical control valves and its advantages. Various electrical control valves based on applications. Solenoid valves. Relays. Ladder diagram and its applications. 43

    44. Class : 35 Date : 20.11.2011Unit : III Period : 3LH / TH : TH Topic : Electrical control solenoid valves, relays, Ladder diagram Various electrical control valves based on applications. Ladder diagram and its applications. With Circuits. 44

    45. Class : 36 Date : 22.11.2011Unit : III Period : 3LH / TH : Topic : Class Test III : Valves • Any 3 Questions • 3/2 DCV valve • Pressure Reducing valve • Shuttle valve, check valve and sequence valve • Ladder Diagram. 45

    46. Class : 37 Date : 22.11.2011Unit : III Period : 4LH / TH : - Topic : Class Test III : Valves • Any 3 Questions • 3/2 DCV valve • Pressure Reducing valve • Shuttle valve, check valve and sequence valve • Ladder Diagram. 46

    47. Class : 38 Date : 25.11.2011Unit : III Period : 7LH / TH : LH Topic : Types of accumulators, sizing of accumulators Accumulator. Application of Accumulator. Various types of accumulator. Sizing of accumulator. 47

    48. Class : 39 Date : 27.11.2011Unit : III Period : 3LH / TH : LH Topic : Accumulators circuits 4 Application circuits of accumulator. 48

    49. Class : 40 Date : 29.11.2011Unit : III Period : 3LH / TH : TH Topic : Accumulators circuits 4 Application circuits of accumulator. 49

    50. Class : 41 Date : 29.11.2011Unit : III Period : 4LH / TH : LH Topic : Intensifier, applications of intensifier, intensifier circuit. Intensifier. Application of Intensifiers. Operating principle of intensifier. 50