Department of Mechanical Engineering

The department offers B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering, and M. Tech in Machine Design. The department has highly qualified faculty members, state of art laboratories and infrastructure. Continuing Education programs and customized training/ workshops are being organized by industry personnel on regular basis. Students of the department are actively involved in various extracurricular activities and extension activities. The Department has a full-fledged departmental library.

The department adopts innovative teaching methods to make learning more effective and effective instructional materials are provided to make the academics interesting.

MECH Course Details


Department of Mechanical Engineering

The department offers B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering, and M. Tech in Machine Design. The department has highly qualified faculty members, state of art laboratories and infrastructure. Continuing Education programs and customized training/ workshops are being organized by industry personnel on regular basis. Students of the department are actively involved in various extracurricular activities and extension activities. The Department has a full-fledged departmental library.

The department adopts innovative teaching methods to make learning more effective and effective instructional materials are provided to make the academics interesting.

Some of the important labs are:

  • HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORY
  • METROLOGY & MEASUREMENT LABORATORY
  • MACHINE TOOLS LABORATORY
  • COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) LABORATORY
  • MATERIAL SCIENCE LABORATORY
  • MACHINE DYNAMICS LABORATORY
  • FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LABORATORY
  • WORKSHOP LABORATORY
  • THERMAL ENGINEERING
  • DASSAULTS 3D EXPERIENCE CENTRE

Vision of the department:

To be a comprehensive knowledge hub in mechanical engineering education, research, entrepreneurship and consultancy services.

Mission of the department :

Impart quality education and training to nurture globally competitive mechanical engineers.

Develop linkages with eminent educational institutions and R&D organizations for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy service.

TProvide technical knowledge, leadership quality, guidance and support to industry, the government establishments, the general public and the spirit of entrepreneurship.

POs,PSOs & PEOs

 PO-1

Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems

 PO-2

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.

 PO-3

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

 PO-4

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.

 PO-5

Modern Tool Usage: 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

 PO-6

The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

 PO-7

Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

 PO-8

Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice

 PO-9

Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

 PO-10

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.

 PO-11

Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi disciplinary environments.

 PO-12

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.

 PSO-1

Able to design, analyze, develop and implement new concepts for various mechanical components mathematically and graphically using design software’s like AUTO CAD, CATIA and ANSYS etc.

 PSO-2

An ability to get employed in Mechanical Engineering field and related industries and to participate and succeed in competitive examinations like PGECET, GATE, GRE, TOEFL etc.

 PEO-1

Plan, design, constructs, maintain and improve mechanical engineering systems that are technically sound, economically feasible and socially acceptable to enhance quality of life. 

 PEO-2

Apply modern computational, analytical, simulation tools and techniques to address the challenges faced in mechanical and allied engineering streams. 

 PEO-3

Communicate effectively using innovative tools and demonstrate leadership & entrepreneurial skills.

 PEO-4

Exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, team spirit and pursue lifelong learning to achieve career and organizational goals.

Faculty – Mechanical Engineering Department

Sl.No

NAME OF THE FACULTY

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

FDP/ seminar / workshop / conference No.of Publications
1 Dr. Naveen Kilari Ph.D Principal 12 17
2 Dr K V N V N Rao Ph.D Professor & HOD 6 14
3 M.B. Ravindra Nath M.Tech. Professor 8 6
4 G Sudharashan Reddy M.Tech. Professor 12 1
5 Dr.G.Ramesh M.Tech., Ph.D Assoc.Professor 5 29
6 V.Venkataramana M.Tech., (Ph.D) Assoc.Professor 6 2
7 G. Suresh M.E. Assoc.Professor 4 8
8 M.Venkatesulu M.Tech., (Ph.D) Assoc.Professor 4 6
9 M. Dora Babu M.E. Assoc.Professor 3 5
10 S.P.Bhanu Murthy M.Tech. Assoc.Professor 7 9
11 M.Sudarshanam M.E Assoc.Professsor 10 2
12 Y.Bhargavi M.Tech., (P.hD) Asst.Professsor 11 6
13 P Bhaskara M.Tech. Asst.Professor 11 9
14 A.Giri Babu M.Tech. Asst.Professor 3 3
15 K.Hema Mahesh Babu M.Tech. Asst.Professsor 1 4
16 K. Ramya sree M.Tech. Asst.Professsor 2 2
17 B.W.Sandeep Kumar M.E Asst.Professor 4 3
18 T. Elamaran M.Tech. Asst.Professor 4 2
19 V.V.Ananth Chakravarthy M.Tech. Asst.Professsor 2 3
20 M.Jeevan Prasad M.Tech. Asst.Professor 3 1
21 M.Sankar M.Tech. Asst.Professor 2 2
22 M.Kumar ME Asst.Professsor 1 3
23 P.Ramu M.Tech. Asst.Professsor 2 1
24 P.Kalai Selvi M.Tech. Asst.Professsor 3 1
25 N.Sandeep Rajan M.Tech. Asst.Professsor 1 1
26 Y. Muni rathnam M.Tech. Asst.Professsor 3 2

Student Activities

S.NO

Academic year

  Name of the Event

  Name of the Topic

 Resource Person/Association

  Year

  Date

1

2019-20

SEMINAR

ALLOYS VS COMPOSITES

Mr. B.R.K. RAO

III,IV

18-09-2019 To
18-09-2019

2

2019-20

GUEST LECTURE

PRODUCT DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT USING CAD/CAM

Mr. N. HARI KUMAR MD

III,IV

16-08-2019 To
16-08-2019

3

2018-19

SEMINAR

POWDER METALLURGY

Mr. B.R.K. RAO

II,III

07-08-2018 To
07-08-2018

4

2018-19

GUEST LECTURE

ADVANCED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES

Dr.A MAHAMANI

III,IV

21-12-2018 To
21-12-2018

5

2018-19

GUEST LECTURE

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN R&AC

Dr.CH.SRINIVASA RAO

III

02-02-2019 To
02-02-2019

6

2017-18

SEMINAR

MINI TAB SOFTWARE

Dr. K. VENKATA RAO

II,III

20-10-2017 To
20-10-2017

7

2017-18

GUEST LECTURE

ADVANCED MECHANISMS

Dr. R. BHARANIDHARAN

III,IV

02-08-2017 To
02-08-2017

Technical Association

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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

The department has evolved a comprehensive student-centric learning approach, designed to add significant value to the learner's understanding in an integrated manner through workshops, lab sessions, assignments, training, seminars, projects and independent study. The hands-on training offered in laboratories training in latest equipment’s and design software brings in a formal method of familiarizing with the industrial practices helps the students to apply their class room knowledge to live industrial situations. As a part of their Autonomous Curriculum students develop mini projects in various domains during their graduation stay. Students are also permitted to work on authorized software to facilitate their final year projects.

HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORY

The experiments in the heat transfer laboratory help the students to understand all the three modes of heat transfer, namely conduction, convection and radiation practically. These experiments also pave way for inculcating certain innovative skills in the students making them to use the above experimental setups as starting point to take up higher level experimental studies in Heat Transfer. Experimental facilities include setups for measuring thermo-physical properties of insulation materials, building materials, gases and liquids. Performance of different types of heat exchangers can also be evaluated.

METROLOGY & MEASUREMENT LABORATORY

The general idea of metrology is (metrological) traceability, defined as "the property of the result of a measurement or the value of a standard whereby it can be related to stated references, usually national or international standards, through an unbroken chain of comparisons, all having stated uncertainties." The level of traceability establishes the level of comparability of the measurement. The capabilities of this Laboratory include a wide variety of coordinate metrology, surface finish and various traditional dimensional metrology instrumentations. In this Laboratory the linear displacement measurement is demonstrated by LVDT, the load measurement by load cell, calibration of pressure gauge, Magneto speed pickup, Rota meter and the temperature measurement by RTD Thermocouple.

MACHINE TOOLS LABORATORY

Machine Tools Laboratory is a central facility equipped with various conventional machines viz. centre lathe, horizontal milling machine, radial drilling machine, shaping machine, slotting machine, tool grinding machine, surface grinding machine etc., for carrying out curriculum based experiments and also for manufacturing products related to projects. Every student gains hands on experience on all the machines which will enrich with knowledge and skill.

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) LABORATORY

The research and development for products with better design and higher quality is now a dominant factor of competition among many industries. This trend is supported by the introduction and successful implementation of modern computer technologies for product design. The high quality and technologically advanced products and services are the end result of integration of a series of processes and functions which are present in every enterprise, e.g. research, design, manufacture, maintenance, marketing etc. Computer Aided Design (CAD) LABORATORY is developed with a view to train students to manage and execute the integration of all these different components.

MATERIAL SCIENCE LABORATORY

The Material Science Laboratory has been conceptualized as the starting block of material research in terms of sample preparation and finding out the mechanical properties of material. This facility will be helpful to prepare specimens capable of revealing the true microstructure of materials submitted for study. The Laboratory would be capable to perform simple microscopic evaluations, heat treatment of steels, and other related tests.

MACHINE DYNAMICS LABORATORY

Design of Machines introduces the Mechanical Engineering student to the motion and interaction of machine elements. Fundamental concepts of statics, kinematics, and dynamics will be applied to the determination of the motion and interaction of machine elements, as well as forces acting on machines and mechanisms. Specific applications will be made to mechanisms such as rotating machinery, cams, gears, flywheels, and balancing. The emphasis is on studying the motion of machines by analyzing and synthesizing mechanisms and machinery. It provides the mechanical engineering student the foundations necessary to design and develop various machine and mechanism components. Kinematics and dynamics of machines Laboratory is one of the essential part of the education and research activities in different areas of engineering with wide range of equipments and educational kits.

FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LABORATORY

The Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Laboratory is an integral part of Mechanical Engineering studies. It covers measuring devices and techniques, error analysis in experimental works, analysis of assumptions and application of the theories of fluid mechanics. It is an introductory course where flow behavior, fluid forces and analysis tools are introduced. The goals of the experiments include determination of forces generated when fluid flow takes place over a solid object, applications of the control volume approach, demonstration of the momentum and energy equations, and engineering correlations. Intricate flow phenomena such as separations and transition to turbulence are demonstrated. Experimental setups such as Pelton wheel, Francis turbine, Multi Stage Centrifugal Pump etc., are made available to the students.

WORKSHOP LABORATORY

The workshop facilitates to impart practical skills for the students in major fields of engineering and technology. The workshop is capable of meeting with three major production processes, i.e. metal cutting, metal joining and metal forming in various shops like-Fitting shop, Welding Shop, Sheet metal shop. These shops were established in the process of modernizing the workshop training in line with industry to suit industrial requirements.

THERMAL ENGINEERING

The Objective of this lab is to provide exhaustive knowledge on thermal engineering .The lab is well-equipped and enables students to understand the basic construction of two stroke and four stroke diesel and petrol engine. In this laboratory, students will have the opportunity to study the working principle of IC engines (both SI and CI engines), performance and characteristics in terms of heat balancing, economical speed variations, and air fuel ratio influence on the engine to reinforce

Classroom theory by having the student performs required tests, analyze subsequent data, and Present the results in a professionally prepared report. The machines and equipment used to determine experimental data include cut models of 4-stroke diesel engine, 2-stroke petrol engine, 4-stroke and two stroke petrol engines with required specifications, Multi cylinder SI engine, Single cylinder Diesel engine for performance and speed test which is suitable to tests on variable compression ratios.

DASSAULTS 3D EXPERIENCE CENTRE

Dassault Systems and Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to set up 3D EXPERIENCE Center to make students industry ready in the field of Aerospace, Automotive, and Shipbuilding on the 3D EXPERIENCE platform with built-in industry solution experiences. As per industry reports, the aerospace and defense industry in India is one of the fastest growing markets in the world with a significant push to indigenous manufacturing. Promoting self-reliance, indigenization and technology up-grades, achieving economies of scale and developing capabilities for exports requires that the talent is developed in-house at a rapid pace to meet the demand. The automotive industry that is witnessing major changes in the form of electric vehicles (EVs), shared mobility, and emission and safety norms have the potential to create 65 million additional jobs and contributing over 12% to India’s GDP. In the marine and shipbuilding sector, there is also the requirement of a cost-effective & skilled manpower with the technical know-how. The 3DEXPERIENCE Center aims to meet these requirements for skilled manpower and facilitate employability to the youth in Andhra Pradesh.

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Students Zone

IV B.TECH II SEMESTER TOPPERS

S.No

H.T.NO

STUDENT NAME

obtained marks

PERCENTAGE ( % )

1 114M1A0324 V. SANTHOSH MURALI 653 81%
2 124M1A0327 B. MOHAN KRISHNA 4308 80%
3 134M1A0378 P. VIJENDRAN 4463 82%
4 154M5A0308 K. MUNNA MUSTAQ 4500 83%
5 154M1A0324 J. RAKESH 653 81%

PPT

S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 19A54101 Algebra and Calculus
2 19A51101T Engineering Chemistry
3 19A05101T Problem Solving & Programming
4 19A03102 Engineering Graphics Lab
5 19A03101 Engineering Workshop
6 19A51101P Engineering Chemistry Lab
7 19A05101P Problem Solving & Programming Lab
8 19A54201 Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 19A02201T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
2 19A56102T Engineering Physics
3 19A05201T Data Structures
4 19A52101T Communicative English 1
5 19A52101P Communicative English 1 Lab
6 19A03201 Mechanical Engineering Workshop
7 19A02201P Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
8 19A56102P Engineering Physics Lab
9 19A05201P Data Structures Lab
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A52201 Mathematics – III
2 15A54201 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
3 15A03201 Mechanics of Solids
4 15A56101 Engineering Drawing for Mechanical Engineers
5 15A03101 Engineering Mechanics
6 15A03202 Thermodynamics
7 15A56102 Mechanics of Solids Lab
8 15A99201 Computer Aided Drafting Lab
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A54401 Probability and Statistics
2 15A03401 Machine Drawing
3 15A03402 Kinematics of Machines
4 15A03403 Thermal Engineering – 1
5 15A03405 Thermal Engineering Laboratory
6 15A03406 Manufacturing Technology Laboratory
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A01510 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines
2 15A03501 Thermal Engineering-II
3 15A03503 Machine Tools
4 15A03504 Design of Machine Members -I
5 15A03505 Entrepreneurship
6 15A01511 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Laboratory
7 15A99501 Audit course – Social Values & Ethics
8 15A03502 Dynamics of Machinery
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A03601 Operation Research
2 15A03602 Design of Machine Members-II
3 15A03604 Finite Element Methods
4 15A03605 Metal Forming Process
5 15A03606 Non-conventional Sources of Energy
6 15A03609 Heat Transfer Lab
7 15A03603 Heat Transfer
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A52601 Management Science
2 15A03701 Automobile Engineering
3 15A03702 CAD/CAM
4 15A03703 Metrology and Measurements
5 15A03704 Refrigeration and Air – Conditioning
6 15A03705 Tool Design
7 15A03706 Modern Manufacturing Methods
8 15A03707 Computational Fluid Dynamics
9 15A03708 Automation and Robotics
10 15A03709 Production & Operations Management
11 15A03710 CAD/ CAM Laboratory
12 15A03711 Metrology and Measurements Laboratory
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A03801 Industrial Engineering
2 15A03802 Product Design
3 15A03803 Composite Materials
4 15A03804 Power Plant Engineering
5 15A03805 Gas Turbines and Jet Propulsion
6 15A03806 Energy Management
7 15A03807 Comprehensive Viva Voce

Mech Lecture Notes

I Mech

I Mech I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 19A54101 Algebra and Calculus
2 19A51101T Engineering Chemistry
3 19A05101T Problem Solving & Programming
4 19A03102 Engineering Graphics Lab
5 19A03101 Engineering Workshop
6 19A51101P Engineering Chemistry Lab
7 19A05101P Problem Solving & Programming Lab
8 19A54201 Differential Equations and Vector Calculus

I Mech II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 19A02201T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
2 19A56102T Engineering Physics
3 19A05201T Data Structures
4 19A52101T Communicative English 1
5 19A52101P Communicative English 1 Lab
6 19A03201 Mechanical Engineering Workshop
7 19A02201P Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
8 19A56102P Engineering Physics Lab
9 19A05201P Data Structures Lab
II Mech

II Mech I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A52201 Mathematics – III
2 15A54201 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
3 15A03201 Mechanics of Solids
4 15A56101 Engineering Drawing for Mechanical Engineers
5 15A03101 Engineering Mechanics
6 15A03202 Thermodynamics
7 15A56102 Mechanics of Solids Lab
8 15A99201 Computer Aided Drafting Lab

II Mech II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A54401 Probability and Statistics
2 15A03401 Machine Drawing
3 15A03402 Kinematics of Machines
4 15A03403 Thermal Engineering – 1
5 15A03405 Thermal Engineering Laboratory
6 15A03406 Manufacturing Technology Laboratory
III Mech

III Mech I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A01510 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines
2 15A03501 Thermal Engineering-II
3 15A03503 Machine Tools
4 15A03504 Design of Machine Members -I
5 15A03505 Entrepreneurship
6 15A01511 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Laboratory
7 15A99501 Audit course – Social Values & Ethics
8 15A03502 Dynamics of Machinery

III Mech II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A03601 Operation Research
2 15A03602 Design of Machine Members-II
3 15A03604 Finite Element Methods
4 15A03605 Metal Forming Process
5 15A03606 Non-conventional Sources of Energy
6 15A03609 Heat Transfer Lab
7 15A03603 Heat Transfer
IV Mech

IV Mech I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A52601 Management Science
2 15A03701 Automobile Engineering
3 15A03702 CAD/CAM
4 15A03703 Metrology and Measurements
5 15A03704 Refrigeration and Air – Conditioning
6 15A03705 Tool Design
7 15A03706 Modern Manufacturing Methods
8 15A03707 Computational Fluid Dynamics
9 15A03708 Automation and Robotics
10 15A03709 Production & Operations Management
11 15A03710 CAD/ CAM Laboratory
12 15A03711 Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

IV Mech II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A03801 Industrial Engineering
2 15A03802 Product Design
3 15A03803 Composite Materials
4 15A03804 Power Plant Engineering
5 15A03805 Gas Turbines and Jet Propulsion
6 15A03806 Energy Management
7 15A03807 Comprehensive Viva Voce

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