MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is started in 2002. The department offers four year Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) program (comprising of eight semesters). The Department is composed of experienced (Two Doctorates) and young faculty to deal latest trends and technologies in transforming the knowledge and develop skill set. How ever, the department is constantly organising skill development programs through Student Skill Development Centre (SSDC). Since there is a great scope, the Department is encouraging and facilitating industrial visits, Internship programs in order to connect with industry.


Department Vision:

To become a lead in producing quality mechanical engineers, which will prosper the society to face the current technical challenges.

Department Mission:

  • To transmit quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to make them competitive mechanical engineers.
  • To enlighten students with ethical responsibilities and to impart leadership and entrepreneurship qualities for their CAREER DESIGN.
  • To develop bonding with research organizations and educational institutions in for bringing quality in teaching and research practices.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • PEO1: To motivate students for designing an effective mechanical engineering system, that will lead to successful careers.
  • PEO2: To make students competent in their overall activities, that provides services to the society
  • PEO3: To develop communication skills, and moral values in the students, that will make them a responsible citizen.
  • PEO4: To impart proficiency in students for awareness and allegiance towards lifelong learning and professional ethics.

Program Specific Outcome Statements (PSOs)

S.No. PSOs Name Program Specific Outcome Statements
1 PSO-1 Identify, construct and translate engineering problems in design, thermal and production streams.
2 PSO-2 Design and develop an energy efficient system in all engineering and interdisciplinary fields to meet the present challenges of industry and society

Program Outcome's

  • Engineering knowledge

    Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis

    Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions

    Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems

    Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage

    Setting the highest ethical standards for self and others in everything we do. Our actions, behaviors and conduct must always generate trust and confidence in our stakeholders.
  • The engineer and society

    Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • Environment and sustainability

    Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions insocietal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics

    Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work

    Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication

    Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance

    Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply them to one’s work as a member and a leader of a team, in managing projects in a multidisciplinary environment.
  • Life-long learning

    Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Course Outcome's

  • faculty

    Dr. K Shiva Prasad

    • Professor
    • 22 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech, PhD
    faculty

    Dr. Sreeramulu Munagala

    • Professor & HOD
    • 23 Years Experience
    • B.E, M.Tech, PhD
    faculty7

    Mr. Y Anil Reddy

    • Associate Professor
    • 16 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty4

    Mr. G. Singaiah

    • Associate Professor
    • 15 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty3

    Mrs. Baby Therisa

    • Associate Professor
    • 7 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty2

    Mr. P. V . N. Sai Chandu

    • Associate Professor
    • 12 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty10

    Mr. S N S Santosh Kumar

    • Assistant Professor
    • 15 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty9

    Mr. Ashish Kumar Singh

    • Assistant Professor
    • 14 Years Experience
    • B.E, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Mr P Praveen

    • Assistant Professor
    • 9 Year Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty20

    Mr. T Sai Sharath

    • Assistant Professor
    • 6 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty12

    Mr. Santhosh Madhava naik

    • Assistant Professor
    • 6 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty13

    Mrs. Buyyani Pavani

    • Assistant Professor
    • 3 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty14

    Ms. Ch. Hemalatha

    • Assistant Professor
    • 5 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty18

    Mr. Rahul Dulgach

    • Assistant Professor
    • 4 Year Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty5

    Mr.V.Govardhana Reddy

    • Assistant Professor
    • 2 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Mr.K.Joel Ashirvadam

    • Assistant Professor
    • 2 Year Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Ms. Krishnaveni Nalluri

    • Assistant Professor
    • 1 Year Experience
    • BE, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Mr. Chatla Venugopal

    • Assistant Professor
    • BE, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Mr. Mohammed Mainoddin

    • Assistant Professor
    • 9 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Mr. Manojkumar Udgire

    • Assistant Professor
    • 4.5 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Mr. Hari Madhava Swamy

    • Assistant Professor
    • 3 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Mr. G Ramesh

    • Assistant Professor
    • 1.3 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Mr. Pawan Kumar Thakur

    • Assistant Professor
    • 3 Years Experience
    • B.Tech, M.Tech
    faculty24

    Dr. Pawan Kumar Chauhan

    • Assistant Professor
    • 7 Years Experience
    • BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
    SNO Name Of The Lab Location & Carpet Area ( In Sq.M.) List of Major Equipments Available in Lab Total Cost of The Lab
    1 WORKSHOP SH1 & 200 1. Carpentry Rs1,99486/-
          2. Fitting  
          3. Tin-Smithy and Development of jobs carried out and soldering.  
          4. Black Smithy  
          5. House-wiring  
          6. Foundry  
          7. Welding  
          8. Power tools in construction, wood working, electrical engineering and mechanical  
    2 MMS SH5 & 60 1. Microscopes Rs 162330/-
          2. Jominy end quench test  
          3. Disc polishing machine  
          4. Bolt polishing machine  
          5. Muffle furnace  
          6.Samples:Ferrous metals-Mild steels, High carbon steel, Alloy steels  
          7.Nonferrous metals-copper and its alloys, aluminum and its alloys  
    3 MOS SH4 & 66 1.Brinnel & hardness testing machine Rs 468290/-
          2.Universal testing machine  
          3.Izod impact testing machine  
          4.Bending testing equipment on simple supported beam  
          5.Bending test on Cantilever beam  
          6.Charpy Impact testing machine  
          7.punch shear testing machine  
          8.Rock well hardness testing machine  
          9. Spring Testing Machine  
    4 Fuels & Lubricants F14 & 99 1.Flash and Fire point apparatus Rs. 208200 / -
          2.Carbon residue measuring test  
          3.Redwood viscometer-I  
          4.Saybolt viscometer  
          5.Bomb calorimeter  
          6.Junkers calorimeter  
          7.Greese penetration test  
          8.Redwood viscometer-II  
    5 MACHINE TOOLS SH-3 & 66 1.Lathe machine Rs 1,12,3500/-
          2. Drilling machine.  
          3. Milling machine  
          4. Shaper machine.  
          5. Planner machine  
          6. Slotting machine  
          7. Cylindrical Surface Grinding machine  
          8. Surface Grinding machine  
          9.Tool and cutter grinder  
    6 METROLOGY SH-2 & 66Sq.m 1. Geer tooth vernier calipers Rs 154143/-
          2. Dial indicators.  
          3. Tool makers microscope  
          4. Bevel protractor  
          5.Sinebar  
          6.Surface plate  
          7.spirit level  
          6. Thread measurement by 2-wire and 3-wire setup  
          7.Optical plate with accessories like sodium vapor lamp(Mono chromatic light source)  
    7 ICS F03 &90 1. Pressure Gauge set up Rs 2,71,750/-
          2. Transducer module for temperature measurement  
          3. LVDT transducer set up  
          4. Strain gauge module.  
          5. Thermocouple for temperature measurement  
          6. Angle measurement module  
          7. Photo and magnetic speed module  
          8. Resistance temperature detector module  
          9. Rota meter apparatus  
          10 .Seismic pickup apparatus  
          11. McLeod gauge apparatus  
    8 CAD/CAM G5 & 90 ANSYS, CATIA Rs 1,44,9971/-
          Computer Systems  
          Auto CAD  
          NC and CNC Machines  
          Metrology instruments for quality control inspection  
    9 Manufacturing Process Lab SH-2 & 66 1.Foundry tools,viz.Rammers,moulding boards Rs 4,33,550/-
          2.Cope and drag with sweeps  
          3.Different patterns  
          4.Core boxes  
          5.Permeability testing equipment  
          6.Sand strength machine  
          7.Foundry Tools  
          8.Induction Furnace for metal  
          9.Arc welding Machine  
          10.Spot welding machine  
          11.TIG welding machine  
          12.Plasma welding Machine  
          13.Brazing setup  
          14.Simple ,compound and progressive press tool  
          15.Hydraulic press  
          16.Punch and Dies  
          17.Injection moulding machine  
          18.Blow moulding machine  
          19.Wood turning lathe for pattern making  
    10 FM&HM G09 &132 1. Impact of jet on Vanes test rig Rs 8,21000/-
          2. Pelton Wheel turbine test rig  
          3. Francis Turbine test rig  
          4. Kaplan Turbine test rig  
          5. Single Stage Centrifugal Pump.  
          6. Multi Stage Centrifugal Pump.  
          7. Reciprocating Pump.  
          8. Determination of friction factor for a given pipe line  
          9. Bernoulli's Apparatus  
          10. Venurimeter & Orifice meter.  
    11 K&D F03 & 90Sq.m 1.Torsional vibration of a given rod Rs.2,77,425.00/-
          2. Porter and prowell governor  
          3. Cam and Follower  
          4. Simple pendulum  
          5.Compound pendulum  
          6. Journal Bearing  
          7. Static and dynamic balancing machine  
          8. Universal Vibration apparatus  
          9. Whirling of shaft analysis  
          10. Motorized Gyroscope Apparatus  
             
    12 HEAT TRANSFER F12 & 90 1.Composite wall apparatus Rs 4,90,500/-
          2. Lagged pipe apparatus.  
          3. Concentric sphere apparatus  
          4. Thermal conductivity of given metal rod  
          5.Pin-Fin apparatus  
          6. Transient heat conduction apparatus  
          7. Forced convention apparatus.  
          8. Natural convection apparatus  
          9. Parallel and counter flow heat exchanger.  
          10. Emissivity apparatus.  
          11. Stefan Boltzmann Apparatus.  
          12. Critical Heat flux apparatus.  
          13. Film and Drop wise condensation apparatus  
    13 THERMAL ENGINEERING SH-5B & 66 1.Single cylinder,4-Stroke,water cooled diesel engine cut section model(Value timing diagram) Rs 7,30,975/-
          2.Single cylinder,2-Stroke,Air cooled petrol engine cut section model(Port timing diagram)  
          3. Multi cylinder,4-stroke ,water cooled petrol engine test rig.  
          4. Single cylinder,2-stroke,air cooled petrol engine test rig  
          5.Single Cylinder4-stroke,water cooled diesel engine  
          6. Variable Compression ratio Test rig  
          7. Air compressor test rig  
          8. Old engines for assembly and disassembly  
          9.Boilers models  
          10. Twin cylinder water cooled diesel engine.  
          11. Petrol & Diesel engine proto model.

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