Wednesday, 4 February 2015

AMU Mtech machine design Syllabus machine design Syllabus for AMU ( Aligarh Muslim University )

Being an active student of Mtech in Mechanical Engineering with specialization Machine Design Engineering you have to be very precise about your studies and research fields in order to have excellent academic results. Now to start with your schedule of study you need to access mtech machine design syllabus of  AMU or Aligarh Muslim University for all semesters (semester 1 , 2 ,3 ,4 )  You don't have to worry about anything regarding your career, jobs and academics as is always there to help you and keep you updated with the same.

mtech machine design syllabus of  AMU

Machine design engineering is a specialized branch of mechanical engineering and is an important part of application engineering whose objective is to enhance engineers with mechanism of machines. Some of the important terms you will hear in machine design are Turing machine, Lathe machine etc.

AMU machine design engineering syllabus 


The following is list of subject you have in your course ie for 1st sem , second sem , 3rd sem and 4th sem in AMU Mtech machine design and Engineering Syllabus .

Semester 1

  • Adv. Mathematics
  • Numerical Techniques & Tensors
  • Measurement & Control 
  • Modeling Simulation & Computer Applications 
  • Adv. Mechanics of Solids
  • Adv. Design of Mech. System
  • Mechanical Vibration -II

Semester 2

  • Mechanisms 
  • Experimental Stress Analysis
  •  Elective -I /Elective -II /Elective -III
  • Exp. Stress Analysis & Vibration Lab.

Semester 3

  • Elective -IV 
  • General Seminar
  • Project
  • Preliminary Dissertation Seminar

Semester 4

  • Final Dissertation seminar.
  • Dissertation.

List of possible electives

  • Fracture Mechanics
  • Tribology
  • Mechatronics
  • Theory of Plates & Shells
  • Finite Element Methods
  • Theory of Plasticity
  • Random Vibrations
  • Rotor Dynamics
  • Dynamics of Mechanical Systems
  • Mechanics of Composite Materials
  • Computer Mehtods in Mech. Design
  • Advance Material Science
  • Energy Conversion Systems
  • Machine Tool Design & Control
  • Advance Optimization Techniques

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