Syllabus - B. Tech. Marine Engineering

Semester I Semester II
English Seamanship, Elementary Navigation &
Survival at Sea
Mathematics – I Mathematics – II
Basic Thermodynamics Applied Thermodynamics – I
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Strength of Materials – I
Engineering Mechanics - I Computer Science
Workshop Technology Engineering Mechanics – II
Geometrical Drawing Engineering & Machine Drawing
Basic Electrical & Electronics Laboratory Applied Mechanics Laboratory
Workshop Practicals – I Workshop Practicals – II
Communicative English Lab Computer Laboratory – I
Semester III Semester IV
Computational Mathematics Marine Boilers
Analog Electronics & Communication Digital Electronics & PLC
Applied Thermodynamics – II Mechanics of Machines – II
Strength of Materials – II Electrical Machines – II
Mechanics of Machines – I Fluids Mechanics
Electrical Machines – I Marine Heat Engine & Air Conditioning
Marine Engineering Drawing Applied Marine Control & Automation
Electronics Laboratory Heat & Boiler Chemical Laboratory
Heat & Chemical Laboratory Computer Microprocessor & PLC Laboratory
Workshop Practicals – III Workshop Practicals —IV
Control Engineering Laboratory
Semester V Semester VI
Material Science Ship Fire Prevention & Control
Ship Structure & Construction Marine Internal Combustion Engine II
Marine Internal Combustion Engine – I Marine Electrical Technology
Fluid Mechanics Marine Auxiliary Machines – II
Marine Auxiliary Machines – I Naval Architecture – II
Naval Architecture – I Management Science & Economics
Elementary Design & Drawing Marine Steam Engineering
Material Science Laboratory Fire Control & Life Saving Appliances Laboratory
Vibration Laboratory & Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Marine Power Plant Operation —II
Marine Power Plant Operation – I Electrical Machines Laboratory
Semester VII Semester VIII
Ship Operation & Management ON BOARD TRAINING & ASSESSMENT
Advanced Marine Control Engineering & Automation Voyage / Training Report
IMO - Maritime Conventions & Classification Society Project on Environment & its Project
Advanced Marine Technology Viva - Voce
Engine Room Management
Marine Machinery & System Design
Simulator & Simulation Laboratory
Technical Paper & Project

Elective Subjects

Advanced Marine Heat Engines
Environmental Science & Technology
Advanced Material Science & Surface Coating Engineering
Renewable Energy Sources & Applications

Audit Course:

Foreign Languages (Spanish, Japanese, French, German, etc.)

(Please note that the Audit Course does not form part of the curriculum)

Swimming: It is mandatory for all TMI students to learn swimming and pass basic requisite test before they can proceed to sea.