Course Outcomes (CO’S) Mechanical Engineering
Course Outcomes (CO’S)
B.E. Third Semester

Course Name : Applied MathematicsIII Code : BEME301T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Analyse Integral Transform techniques such as Laplace
transform and apply Laplace Transform to solve Ordinary Differential Equations.
CO2
Apply Fourier Transform to Solve Integral Equation. CO3
Calculate the maxima and minima value for functions of two
variables.
CO4
Apply Complex variables to solve analytic functions, Taylor’s
& Lauren’s series, Contour integration.
CO5
Analyse Ordinary and partial differential equations applied
to Mechanical engineering such as mechanical vibrations and heat transfer.
CO6
Find the Eigen values and Eigen vectors to diagonalise and
reduce a matrix to quadratic form.

Course Name : Kinematics of Machines Code : BEME302T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Design a suitable mechanism depending on application. CO2
Draw velocity
mechanisms.
and acceleration diagrams for different CO3
Draw displacement diagrams and cam profile diagram for
followers executing different types of motions and various configurations of followers.
CO4
Select gear and gear train depending on application. CO5
Synthese Mechanism by graphical method. CO6
Understand law of friction and design Clutches, Brakes &
Dynamometers.

Course Name : Fluid Mechanics Code : BEME303T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand and describe concept of fluids and their properties. CO2
Compute and measure pressure and force of buoyancy on a
partially or fully submerged body and analyze the stability of a floating body.
CO3
Derive Euler’s Equation of motion and Deduce Bernoullis
equation.
CO4
Apply dimensional analysis to predict physical parameters that
influence the flow in fluid mechanics.
CO5
Examine energy losses in pipe transitions and sketch energy
gradient lines.
CO6
Develop analytical abilities related to boundary layer and flow
around immersed bodies.

Course Name : Manufacturing Process Code : BEME304T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Learn principles, operations
moulding.
and capabilities of various CO2
Understand Gating System & Casting Processes and types of
melting furnaces.
CO3
Select appropriate Joining Processes to join Work piece. CO4
Differentiate various metal forming processes such as Hot
and Cold Working, Rolling, Forging, Extrusion and Drawing Processes.
CO5
Apply suitable processes of press working for an engineering
product.
CO6
Understand and describe importance of processing on plastics
and its applications to industry

Course Name : Engineering Metallurgy Code : BEME305T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Identify engineering materials and understand the concepts of
crystal structure, microstructure and deformation.
CO2
Understand and draw equilibrium diagrams, describe its uses
and limitations and understand solidification of pure metals.
CO3
Acquire the knowledge of phase diagrams which are useful for
design and control of heat treating processes.
CO4
Select steel for various applications. CO5
Understand various ferrous & non ferrous metals & alloys with
engineering applications.
CO6
Apply nondestructive tests & powder metallurgy.

Course Name : Machine Drawing Code : BEME306P At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand the principles and requirements of machine &
production drawings.
CO2
Study orthographic Projections of Elements, References,
Alignments and Dimensioning.
CO3
Study qualitative selection of type / size of various mechanical
components.
CO4
Assemble and Dismantle Principles, Fits and Tolerances. CO5
Assemble and disassemble important parts used in major
mechanical engineering applications.
CO6
Produce name plates, drawings of mechanical components and
their assemblies.
B.E. Forth Semester

Course Name : Applied MathematicsIV Code : BEME402T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Apply mathematical concepts and principles to perform
computations using Numerical methods.
CO2
Solve ordinary differential equations. CO3
Apply mathematics to solve problems on ZTransform and
Series.
CO4
Find Series solution of differential equation and generate
functions of recurrence relations.
CO5
Develop problemsolving techniques needed to accurately
calculate probabilities.
CO6
Apply problemsolving techniques to solving realworld
events.

Course Name : Engineering Thermodynamics Code : BEME402T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Describe fundamental laws of thermodynamics and its
applications to various thermodynamic processes.
CO2
Apply First law of thermodynamics for Closed System
undergoing a process and cycle.
CO3
Apply the concepts such as Entropy, Energy Balance and
applications of First law of thermodynamics.
CO4
Examine the condition of steam and calculations of Work and
Heat Transfer during various Thermodynamic Processes with steam as working fluid.
CO5
Study of various vapor power cycles. CO6
Analyse various air standard cycles such as Otto, Diesel, Dual
cycles.

Course Name : Hydrolic Machines Code : BEME403T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Study different types of flows and channels. CO2
understand and compute the performance of turbines. CO3
Draw Velocity diagram and analyze various types of turbines. CO4
Develop ability enhancement for the analysis and performance
evaluation of centrifugal pumps.
CO5
Analyse positive displacement pumps and its work done. CO6
Test Models and apply its knowledge to hydraulic turbine and
hydrodynamic pumps.

Course Name : Machining Processes Code : BEME404T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand working of mechanisms of various machine tools
and machining principles.
CO2
Construct simple lathe mechanism and attachments for various
operations.
CO3
Identify the machining parameters, different types of cutting
tool materials, cutting fluids and their properties.
CO4
Understand the importance of machining processes such as
milling for gear operations.
CO5
Compute Process parameters and attainable grades of surface
finish, surface measurement.
CO6
Apply the suitable machining processes for an engineering
product.

Course Name : Mechanics of Material Code : BEME405T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand and explain the basic concepts of stress, strain and
their variations under different types of loading.
CO2
Study and describe basic concepts involved in mechanics of
materials.
CO3
Determine deflection of beam, principal stresses and strains. CO4
Understand torsional shear stress in shaft, crippling load in
struts and columns.
CO5
Describe fracture mechanics and Strain energy & impact
loading.
CO6
Analyze different stresses, strains and deflections in a simple
mechanical element under various loading and support conditions.
B.E. Fifth Semester

Course Name : Industrial Economics and Entrepreneurship Development Code : BEME501T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand and explain supply and demand analysis. CO2
Define and explain concepts and laws related to production
and solve problems of BEP and Depreciation.
CO3
Understand share market & some concepts of macroeconomics
like inflation, deflation, stagflation and the types of market structure.
CO4
Understand concept of Creativity, Innovation, Invention,
Discovery, Creativity and laws related to IPR and patent.
CO5
Know the
Industries.
basics of entrepreneurship and Small Scale CO6
Explain the financial agencies and entrepreneurship support
Government system & Agencies and Analyze the factors governing to project selection

Course Name : Design of Machine Elements Code : BEME502T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand the fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering
Design, Design methods, Aesthetic and Ergonomics Consideration in design.
CO2
Design bolted and welded joints, Cylinder & Pressure Vessels. CO3
Design shaft for power transmission, design of Springs. CO4
Understand design of various mechanical joints, machine
components such as shaft, keys, brakes clutches, power screws.

Course Name : Advanced Production Processes Code : BEME503T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Illustrate & Distinguish principles, operation and capabilities
of different Non conventional machining Processes and its applications.
CO2
Distinguish the principles, operations and capability of
different Advanced joining Processes.
CO3
Compare the constructional details, mechanisms involved and
working principle of Capstan and turret lathe machines
CO4
Illustrate & Select an appropriate press and press working
operations for manufacturing sheet metal components.
CO5
Select appropriate jigs, fixtures and locating devices for various
machining operations.
CO6
Select and apply appropriate super finishing operations for
obtaining required precision and accuracy.

Course Name : Heat Transfer Code : BEME504T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Classify the basic modes of heat transfer and Explain the law
and mechanism of heat transfer by conduction, convection and radiation.
CO2
Define the equations for conduction heat transfer and Apply it
to calculate the heat transfer and temperature distribution in various geometries.
CO3
Apply the concept of hydrodynamic and thermal boundary
layer and Find the heat transfer coefficient for given flow field.
CO4
Apply knowledge of Dimensional Analysis to free convection. CO5
Analyse radiation with and without radiation shield. CO6
Analyse & design heat exchangers.

Course Name : Mechanical Measurement and Metrology Code : BEME505T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain static and dynamic characteristics of any instrument
and calibrate the instrument.
CO2
Understand Classification, Principle, Sensing elements, Signal
conditioning elements of Linear and Angular Displacement, Speed, Load, Strain, Force, Torque and Power.
CO3
Compare various instruments and use it for measuring
variables like pressure, force, power, speed, light etc.
CO4
Understand various instruments for the measurement of
different parameters.
CO5
Design Limit gauge and Process planning sheet and numerical
treatment on it.
CO6
Understand use of Optical profile projectors, Tool maker’s
microscope and Autocollimator.

Course Name : Computer Applications I Code : BEME506P At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Solve engineering problems using computers with knowledge
of C/C++ programming.
CO2
Write the programs for Numerical Methods & Solve problem in
the area of Mechanical Engineering
CO3
Understand the concept of OOPs and mathematical software. CO4
Explore Softwares like MATLAB/ MATHCAD/ SCILAB /
MATHEMATICA or any other relevant commercial software/s or freeware/s.
B.E. Sixth Semester

Course Name : Energy Conversion – I Code : BEME601T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain practical applications of thermodynamics and thermal
layout.
CO2
Describe Draught and its classification CO3
Understand Bubbling fluidized bed boilers, circulating
fluidized bed boilers and Cogeneration.
CO4
Understand and Explain Steam nozzles and steam turbine. CO5
Describe Energy losses in steam turbines, flow of steam
through turbine.
CO6
Describe Types of condensers, classification of condensers,
quality and quantity of cooling water required.

Course Name : Control Systems Engineering Code : BEME602T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain concepts related to the operation, analysis and
stabilization of control systems.
CO2
Explain various types of control systems and analyze system
stability using analytical and graphical techniques.
CO3
Analyze system stability in Time Domain and Frequency
Domain.
CO4
Get Mathematical model and Transfer function of engineering
systems.
CO5
Explain State space representation of Continuous Time
systems.
CO6
Describe various control systems & explain their stability
analysis.

Course Name : Operations Research Code : BEME603T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain the concept of Operations Research & basics of O.R.
Models.
CO2
Evaluate Transportation Model and Assignment Model. CO3
Explain Game Theory and Sequencing Model. CO4
Explain Project Management and Describe formation of
Network.
CO5
Explain and Analyse Replacement Model. CO6
Explain Queuing Theory and Concept, applications in waiting
line.

Course Name : Mechatronics Code : BEME604T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand and describe key elements of mechatronics
systems.
CO2
Explain System Interfacing and Data Acquisition. CO3
Understand and explain Mechanical and electrical Actuating
Systems.
CO4
Explain the fundamentals of Digital logic and Components of
Microprocessors.
CO5
Describe Programmable Logic Controller. CO6
Explain the concept of SCADA, Electronics Interface
Subsystems and Micro Electro Mechanical Systems.

Course Name : Dynamics Of Machines Code : BEME605T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain Concepts in machine element dynamics and
D’Alembert principle
CO2
Evaluate Dynamic force analysis of planar linkages. CO3
Evaluate Static & Dynamic balancing in rotating machines. CO4
Explain Turning moment Vs crank angle diagram for single
cylinder and multiplecylinder engines.
CO5
Derive equation of motion for vibratory system. CO6
Analyse motion for twodegreeoffreedom system
B.E. Seventh Semester

Course Name : Industrial Engineering Code : BEME701T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explore the knowledge and skills for designing work system as
a form of integrated system.
CO2
Describe the planning and controlling of a production system. CO3
Develope an ability to design a facility lay out. CO4
Evaluate the problem and organization of design process and
value engineering skill.
CO5
Apply methods in value engineering to improve the
competitiveness of product/service.
CO6
Apply ergonomics principles in industry and for planning and
controlling maintenance system.

Course Name : Automobile Engineering Code : BEME702T (Elective1) At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain the basic concepts of automobile and its components. CO2
Describe the engine auxiliary system used in SI and CI engine. CO3
Ellaborate the various types of chassis, frame and functions of
IC engine parts.
CO4
Describe the difference between the manual transmission
systems with automatic transmission systems.
CO5
Understand and explain electrical systems used in automobile. CO6
Explain the basics of vehicle, its components and recent
advances in automobiles.

Course Name : Computer Aided Design Code : BEME703T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
develop a framework where the designer works with computer
to develop an Engineering system.
CO2
Explain design process, computer graphics & procedure about
the geometrical modeling of engineering objects.
CO3
Explain the various types of curves, patches and surfaces and
the constructive solid geometry with Boundary representation techniques.
CO4
Understand and describe controls on modeling parameter and
graphics visualization techniques using computer.
CO5
Analyze application of numerical method (FEA) for the
analysis of mechanical elements.
CO6
Explain numerical methods for modeling, designing & analysis
of mechanical components.

Course Name : Energy Conversion – II Code : BEME704T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain the energy conversion systems and power generation
systems.
CO2
Explain the construction, operation and analysis of air
compressors.
CO3
Describe the construction, operation and analyse internal
combustion engines.
CO4
Explain conventional refrigeration and air conditioning. CO5
Evaluate the performance of air compressors and internal
combustion engines.
CO6
Evaluate the performance of refrigeration and air conditioning
Installations.

Course Name : Design of Mechanical Drives Code : BEME705T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain design principles & design procedure of mechanical
drives
CO2
Design belt drives (flat belt, Vbelt), chain drives, rope drives,
belt drive pulleys & chain sprockets.
CO3
Design journal bearing, IC engine components & Select antifriction bearings. CO4
Design coupling and flywheel. CO5
Design spur and straight helical gears based on strength and
wear consideration.
CO6
Design straight bevel gear, worm gear pair and cross helical
gear.
B.E. Eighth Semester

Course Name : Industrial Management Code : BEME801T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain the concept of administration & management. CO2
Explain the recruitment, man power planning at industry as
well as various aspect governing with industrial acts.
CO3
Explain plant management, Layouts, Industrial safety
programes, classification of production systems.
CO4
Explain product Life cycle, Pricing, Channel of product
distribution, concept of material management, Purchase function, Vender Selection, Ethics in purchasing and various codifications
CO5
Describe concept of finance management, various sources of
generating the finance.
CO6
Explain account & recent trends in management.

Course Name : Refrigeration & AirConditioning Code : BEME802T(ElectiveII) At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain the basic concept of refrigeration and air conditioning. CO2
Describe the non conventional refrigeration system and
cryogenics.
CO3
Evaluate the psychometric processes, heat load calculations. CO4
Evaluate design of air conditioning system performance and
industrial applications.
CO5
Explain transmission and distribution of conditioned air. CO6
Explain environmental impact of refrigerants and alternative
refrigerants.

Course Name : Advanced Manufacturing Techniques Code : BEME803T(ElectiveIII) At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand and explain non traditional machining processes
for processing of engineering materials.
CO2
Explain Abrasive Jet Machining, Mechanics of AJMprocess
parameters & Compute Machining parameters.
CO3
Explain ElectroChemical Machining. CO4
Explain unconventional welding techniques such as Inert Gas
(MIG & TIG).
CO5
Understand and Describe Solid Phase welding techniques such
as Ultrasonic welding.
CO6
Explain Advance casting process.

Course Name : Automation in Production Code :BEME804T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Understand and describe fundamentals of automation and
types of automation.
CO2
Evaluate Numerical control system, NC machines. CO3
Understand and explain Industrial Robotics. CO4
Explain Automated material handling & storage. CO5
Explain Automated inspection & Group technology. CO6
Explain Computer aided manufacturing and flexible
manufacturing system [FMS].

Course Name : Energy Conversion – III Code :BEME805T At the end of course Students will be able to – CO1
Explain Gas Turbines plants. CO2
Explain Principles & working of turbojet, tuboprop, Ramjet
and pulse jet
CO3
Explain Principle of solar energy collection, solar energy and
sources of power generation
CO4
Explain the current energy scenario, various energy conservation techniques, energy auditing CO5
Explain various Hydraulics and Pneumatic techniques used in
various applications.
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