Production Engineering Preparation

Production Engineering Preparation

About Course

This Refresher Course helps aspiring candidates to recapitulate and improve their fundamental knowledge on various subjects pertaining to Production Engineering.

It covers the relevant topics under the academic curriculum for Graduate and Diploma level Engineering, where video lectures from world class institutions e.g. IITs, IISc etc. have been facilitated for dissemination of knowledge.

What Will You Learn?

  • General Engineering
  • Manufacturing Processes
  • Quality and Reliability
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Operations Research and Operations Management

Course Content

Basics of Materials Engineering

  • Introduction
    33:09
  • Material Property Landscape
    19:37
  • Crystal Structure – 1 (Platonic Solids)
    26:17
  • Crystal Structure – 2 (Unit Cell, Lattice, Crystal)
    11:49
  • Crystal Structure – 3 (Bravais lattice, Symmetry in Crystals)
    15:54
  • Crystal Structure – 4 (Miller Indices for Crystallographic Points and Directions)
    15:41
  • Crystal Structure – 5 (Miller-Bravais Indices, Linear and Planar Density)
    22:56
  • Crystal Structure – 6 (Planar desnity, Close-Packed Structures, Stacking Faults)
    23:49
  • Crystal Structure – 7 (Single Crystal and Polycrystalline Materials)
    11:59
  • Crystal Structure – 8 (X-Ray Diffraction and Determination of Structure)
    09:49
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 1 (Types of Crystalline Defects)
    12:50
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 1 (Point Defects)
    06:50
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 1 (Equilibrium Concentration of Vacancies)
    17:37
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 1 (Theoretical Shear Strength)
    08:59
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 2 (Effect of Point Defects)
    20:28
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 2 (Point Defects and Solid Solutions)
    25:33
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 3
    31:48
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 4 (Slip Systems, Burger’s Vector )
    22:19
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 4 (Slip in Single Crystals )
    22:05
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 5 (Different Stages of Slip )
    26:46
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 5 (Geometry & Slip, Stress Field Around )
    14:44
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 6 (Twinning, Interfacial Defects )
    19:21
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 6 (Strengthening Mechanisms)
    21:29
  • Defects in Crystalline Materials – 7 (Plastic deformation)
    18:32
  • Mechanical Properties of Materials (Concept of Stress Tensor)
    20:57
  • Mechanical Properties (Tension Test-Elastic Deformation)
    25:19
  • Mechanical Properties (Tension Test – Plastic Deformation)
    21:13
  • Mechanical Properties (Tension Test – Plastic Deformation)
    40:12
  • Mechanical Properties (Hardness Test)
    20:47
  • Static Failure Theories (Introduction, Definition of Failure)
    27:17
  • Static Failure Theories (General form of failure theory)
    45:53
  • Static Failure Theories (Distortion Energy Theory)
    45:05
  • Static Failure Theories (Maximum Shear Stress Theory)
    12:00
  • Static Failure Theories (Design Problems)
    10:42
  • Static Failure Theories (Failure of Brittle Materials)
    07:27
  • Static Failure Theories (Coulomb-Mohr and Modified Coulomb-Mohr)
    29:03
  • Static Failure Theories (Notches and Stress Concentration)
    19:48
  • Introduction to Fracture Mechanics, Griffith’s Analysis of a Cracked Body
    43:24
  • Fracture Mechanics (Energy Release Rate)
    25:43
  • Fracture Mechanics (Crack Resistance, Stress Intensity Factor)
    20:43
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (Introduction, Historical Events, S-N Diagram)
    39:52
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (S-N Diagram, Types of Time Varying Loads)
    18:56
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (High Cycle Fatigue, Low Cycle Fatigue)
    25:23
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (Rotating Beam Bending Test)
    31:33
  • Fatigue Failure Theories (Fatigue strength correction factors)
    30:05
  • Problems on Fatigue Failure -1 S N diagram and Corrected endurance strength
    37:12
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (Features of Fatigue Failure)
    18:14
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (Effect of Mean Stress)
    13:38
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (Multiaxial Fatigue and Variable Amplitude Loading)
    17:14
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (Fatigue Stress Concentration Factor)
    21:38
  • Fatigue Failure of Materials (Fatigue Crack Growth, Paris’ law)
    26:50
  • Problems on Fatigue Failure – 2 Effect of mean stress, Fatigue crack growth
    34:29
  • Problems on Fatigue Failure – 3 (Effect of Notch, Multiaxial Loading)
    01:05:30
  • Phase Diagrams (Introduction)
    12:39
  • Phase Diagrams (Language of Phase Diagrams, Types of Binary Phase Alloys)
    32:34
  • Phase Diagrams (Tie line, Lever Rule)
    27:26
  • Phase Diagrams (Type 1: Isomorphous Alloys)
    22:32
  • Phase Diagrams (Congruent Melting Alloys, Type II Alloys, Eutectic Reaction)
    39:12
  • Phase Diagrams (Type III Alloys with Partial Solubility in Solid State)
    31:20
  • Phase Diagrams (Congruent melting alloys, Peritectic Reaction, Monotectic Reaction)
    38:54
  • Phase Diagrams (Allotropy, Eutectoid and Peritectoid Reactions)
    13:05
  • Phase Diagrams (Iron-Iron Carbide Phase Diagram)
    41:18
  • Kinetics of Phase Transformations (Homogeneous Nucleation)
    35:49
  • Kinetics of Phase Transformations (Heterogeneous Nucleation)
    17:50
  • Isothermal Transformation Diagram
    33:21
  • Martensite Transformation, C-C-T Diagram
    37:50
  • Heat Treatment of Steels (Annealing and Normalizing)
    25:23

Core – Applied Mechanics

Theory of Machines

Fluid Mechanics

Thermodynamics

Heat Transfer

Casting

Metal Forming

Joining Technologies for metals

Powder processing

Polymers and Composites

Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing

Manufacturing Process I

Manufacturing Process II

Engineering Metrology

Quality Design And Control

Industrial Engineering

Product Design and Development

Work System Design

Facility Design

Operations Research

Production and Operation Management

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