Department Overview

About The Department :

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2008. The Department offers a four-year UG course leading to B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering. The department has fully equipped laboratories and all infrastructures to meet the academic requirements. The department has highly experienced faculty with industry and research experience. Most of the faculty underwent Wipro's Mission 10X training programme. The faculty of the department continues to strive hard to all round progress and facilitates to improve employable capabilities of the students. Technical knowledge is updated to the students by conducting workshops/ conferences/seminars. The faculty renders technical advice to industry and is very keen to develop institute and industry interaction.


Scope :

The scope of Mechanical Engineering Department is very wide. The department is molding the students in Engineering Mechanics, Strength of materials, Kinematics of Machinery, Dynamics of Machinery, Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines, Thermal Engineering & Heat Transfer.


Department Vision & Mission

Vision

To be a leading department of Mechanical Engineering in the region.


Mission

Nurture young individuals into knowledgeable, skilful and ethical professionals in their pursuit of Mechanical Engineering.
Nurture the faculty to expose them to world-class infrastructure.
Sustain high performance by excellence in teaching, research and innovations.
Extensive partnerships and collaborations with foreign universities for technology upgradation.
Develop Industry-Interaction for innovation and product development.

Program Educational Objectives:

PEO 1: Graduate shall have the ability to apply knowledge and Technical skills across the disciplines and in emerging areas of Mechanical Engineering for higher studies, research, employability and handle the realistic problems.

PEO 2 : Graduates shall possess managerial skills , maintain ethical conduct, sense of responsibility to serve the society and protect the environment.

PEO 3: Graduates shall possess academic excellence with innovative insight, soft skills, leadership qualities, knowledge of contemporary issues for successful professional career.


Programme Outcomes

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.

An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.

An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

An ability to communicate effectively.

The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

A knowledge of contemporary issues

An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

SUMMARY OF CO-PO MAPPING FOR AY 2015-16:-

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(A30009)  Environmental Studies

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(A30008)  Probability & Statistics

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i) Ability to make scientific judgments in the face of uncertainty and variation.

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(A30203)  Electrical & Electronics Engineering

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i)  Ability to calculate the voltage and current, response of various circuits by using of different laws likes Kirchhoff law, ohm’s law.

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ii) Ability to apply the various methods to analyze the DC Generator and Motor

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(A30104)  Mechanics of Solids

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i) Ability to understand the concepts of stress and strain in mechanics of solids and structures and material properties.

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iii) Ability to design structural members given the dimensions, material properties such as force-displacement relationships, boundary conditions, loading allowable stresses, and factor of safety.

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(A30306)  Thermo Dynamics

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i) Ability to understand the basic thermodynamic principles and their applications.

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(A31803) METALLURGY & MATERIALS SCIENCE

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i) Ability to apply the knowledge of Physical sciences (basic sciences) and translates this knowledge to understand crystal or amorphous nature of materials various engineering materials, their characteristics and their applications

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ii) Ability to understand fundamental knowledge of the Mechanical properties of various engineering materials: Metal, Ceramics, Plastics and Composites

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(A50010)  Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis

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i) Ability to analyze the consumer behavior with regard to their product or services.

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iii) Ability to identify that breakeven point (BEP) by using the break even analysis of an organization.

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(A50318)  Engineering Metrology

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i) Ability to apply limits, fits on the production drawing for designing any component.

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(A50317)  Dynamics of Machinery

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i) Ability to evaluate the forces and torques in mechanisms and machines in operation.

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ii) Ability to know the function of governors, clutches and bearings, and do the problems on these.

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(A50321)  Machine Tools

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i) Ability to apply cutting mechanics to metal machining based on cutting force and power consumption.

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ii) Ability to operate lathe, milling machines, drill press, grinding machines, etc.

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(A50316)  Design of Machine Members – I

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i) Ability to appreciates the concepts design principles.

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(A50326)  Thermal Engineering-II

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i) Ability to understanding of Rankine cycle, modified versions of it and significance of various ways such as regeneration, reheating for improving the overall efficiency of the plant which a student can analyze and improvise a steam power plant in terms of its efficiency

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ii) Ability to identify the kind of boiler, the respective quality of the steam it can generate and its effect on the turbine work in a steam power plant.

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iii) Ability to analyze the pressure and velocity variation based on the cross-sectional area of the nozzle for achieving the sonic and the super-sonic flows based on the requirements.

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iv) Ability to analysis of jet propulsive systems, rockets and various kinds of propellant engines used in these systems.

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(57022)  Operation Research

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i) Ability to apply linear programming in Diet problem, Crew scheduling, Manufacturing and transportation, Telecommunications, Travelling Salesman problem.

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ii) Ability to use Queening theory in traffic flow, scheduling, facility design and employee management etc.

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iii) Ability to know the applications of inventory are open-bravo, CRM software, Part-keeper, inflow and ABC inventory.

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iv) Ability to apply game theory in resource allocation and networking, biology, artificial intelligence, economics etc.

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(57023)  Power Plant Engineering

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i) Ability to understand the layout of power generation units for different energy sectors

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ii) Ability to develop the ability to identify different subsystem and systems of power generation sector.

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iii) Ability to have an exposure to existing and emerging alternative energy sources.

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iv) Ability to explore the opportunities in contributing towards the solving of energy crisis.

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(57024)  CAD/CAM

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i) Ability to be aware of cad cam technology and train the manpower in CAD/CAM.

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iii) Ability to have an awareness on quality improvement ,and measures to enhance the product quality.

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iv) Ability to know the applications of Numerical control and adaptive control in Manufacturing.

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(57025) Instrumentation& Control Systems

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i) Ability to explain and to built sound knowledge of the measurement methodology in mechanical engineering.

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ii) Ability to explain the various physical parameters viz., displacement, temperature, pressure, stress, strain, force, torque, power, speed, acceleration, vibrations, flow, level, etc.

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(57028) Mechatronics

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i) Ability to get an idea of interdisciplinary applications of Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical and Computer Systems for the Control of Mechanical and Electronic Systems.

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(57030)  Unconventional Machining Processes

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i) Ability to design a process for machining a metal with the desired surface finish and accuracy.

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(A40309)  KINEMATICS OF MACHINERY

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  1. Familiarity with common mechanisms used in machines and everyday life.

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  1. Ability to calculate mobility (number of degrees-of-freedom) and enumerate rigid links and types of joints within mechanisms.

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(A40313)  Thermal Engineering-I

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  1. Be in a position to distinguish between power absorbing Units and power producing units.

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  1. Be capable of designing a thermodynamic system as desired by an industry.

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  1. To distinguish the combustion process in SI Engine and CI engine and taking measures to avoid knocking and detonation.

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(A40112)  Mechanics of fluids and Hydraulic machines

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  1. Apply mathematics and basic sciences and translates this knowledge to understand fluid flow principles and their applications.

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(A40310)  Machine Drawing

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(A40006)  NUMERICAL METHODS

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  1. Solve engineering, physical and economical science problems.

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  1. Apply the knowledge to explain the concepts of casting, welding joints and forces and power requirements in metals.

  1. Apply their knowledge to explain the melting, solidification, pattern allowances, gating and riser design of mold cavity.

  1. Understand basic calculations of forces and power requirements in the metal forming.

  1. Demonstrate application of welding using the arc welding, gas welding, resistance welding,brazing. 

(A56016)  INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT

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(A60330)  FINITE ELEMENTS METHODS

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(A60334)  REFRIGERATION  & AIRCONDIONING

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  1. Gain the knowledge of production planning and control functions and significance of each of these functions.

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  1. Understanding of various forecasting techniques both at qualitative and quantitative level.

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  1. Understand the functions of inventory, EOQ concept and various analyses that would be applied for optimizing the inventory levels.

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  1. Students will be able to effectively design and analyze facility layouts.

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  1. Understand the fundamentals concerned with alternative ways of producing power.

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