Department of Mechanical Engineering

MECH Course Details


About Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering came into existence in 2011, offering B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering, with an intake of 60, followed by an increase to 120, and currently with 60 intake (2022-23). Till now nine batches have passed out. The department also offers an M.Tech in Machine Design, started in the year 2014 with an intake of 24.

The Department has 27 dedicated staff members (Teaching 27, Non-Teaching 6) 7 staff members with PhD, 5 staff members pursuing Ph.D, and the rest of the faculty members are with PG Qualifications. The affiliating university JNTUA Anantapuramu had approved the supervisors in the areas of Thermal Engineering, Design, and Production specializations.

The department have 09 academic laboratories equipped with some of the state-of-the-art scientific instruments and machineries. The department is also equipped with 03 Skill oriented laboratories viz. Industrial Automation, IoT and 3D printing lab. The department also has 03 sponsored labs 02 from industries namely Young Minds Technology Solutions and Pavan Empower Solutions and 01 was sponsored by AP state govt. in association with Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) – Dassault Systems (3D experience center).

Continuing Education programs and customized training/ workshops are being organized by industry personnel on a regular basis. Students of the department are actively involved in various extracurricular activities and extension activities under the umbrella of the Mechanical Engineering Students Association (MESA). 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 AND COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAD/CAM) LABORATORY
  • MATERIAL SCIENCE LABORATORY
  • MACHINE DYNAMICS LABORATORY
  • FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY LABORATORY
  • WORKSHOP LABORATORY
  • THERMAL ENGINEERING
  • IoT LAB

Skill Labs

  • 3D PRINTING LAB
  • INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION LAB
  • DASSAULTS 3D EXPERIENCE

Vision of the department:

To become a Centre of excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering by producing graduates with technical knowledge, research, consultancy and entrepreneurial skills along with leadership qualities, ethics and lifelong learning to cater the needs of the society.

Mission of the department :

To impart quality education and training to nurture globally competitive mechanical engineers by effective teaching-learning practices and state-of-the art laboratories through eminent faculty.

To establish linkages with industries and research organizations to bring excellence in problem solving skills, research and consultancy services.

To empower the graduates with creative thinking, leadership qualities, lifelong learning skills, spirit of entrepreneurship, social and ethical values by offering value based education.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

 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 and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary 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.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Within few year of graduation, the graduates will be able

 PEO-1

To plan, design, construct, maintain and improve mechanical engineering systems that are technically sound, economically feasible and socially acceptable.

 PEO-2

To apply modern computational, analytical, simulation tools and techniques to address the challenges faced in mechanical and allied engineering industries.

 PEO-3

To communicate effectively by using innovative tools, demonstrate leadership qualities, research & entrepreneurial skills, exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, team spirit along with lifelong learning to achieve career and organizational goals.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

On completion of B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering) degree, the graduate will be

 PSO-1

Able to apply the fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science, and Mechanical Engineering to pursue higher education in the areas of Design, Thermal and Manufacturing Engineering.

 PSO-2

Able to get employed in core and allied industries through their proficiency in the program-specific domain knowledge, specialized computational package and programing or become an entrepreneur.

Faculty – Mechanical Engineering Department

Sl.No

NAME OF THE FACULTY

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

Date of Joining Nature of Association
1 Dr. Naveen Kilari Ph.D Professor & Principal 30-04-2019 Regular
2 Dr K V N V N Rao Ph.D Professor & HOD 29-06-2016 Regular
3 Dr. G. Harinath Gowd Ph.D Professor 01-05-2023 Regular
4 Dr. P Chenga reddy Ph.D Professor 10-03-2023 Regular
5 Dr.G.Ramesh Ph.D Associate Professor 21-06-2013 Regular
6 Dr.M.Venkatesulu Ph.D Associate Professor 26-06-2017 Regular
7 Dr. V. Harinadh Ph.D Associate Professor 01-11-2023 Regular
8 Mr.M.Sudarsanam M.Tech (Ph.D) Associate Professor 03-07-2019 Regular
9 Mr.G.Suresh M.Tech (Ph.D) Associate Professor 10-09-2014 Regular
10 Mr.M.Dorababu M.Tech Associate Professor 21-07-2014 Regular
11 Mr.D.Mallikarjuna Reddy M.Tech Associate Professor 03-07-2021 Regular
12 Mr. C Hemadri M.Tech (Ph.D) Associate Professor 24-02-2023 Regular
13 Mr. Vimal Teja Mogadati M.Tech Associate Professor 03-03-2023 Regular
14 Mrs.K.Ramyasree M.Tech Assistant Professor 21-02-2015 Regular
15 Mr.K.V Sarath Babu M.Tech Assistant Professor 20-06-2016 Regular
16 Mr.Anantha Chakravarthy M.Tech Assistant Professor 01-06-2017 Regular
17 Mr.T.Elamaran M.Tech Assistant Professor 26-06-2019 Regular
18 Mr.K.Hema Mahesh Babu M.Tech (Ph.D) Assistant Professor 03-07-2019 Regular
19 Mr.A.Gribabu M.Tech Assistant Professor 19-06-2017 Regular
20 Mr.M.Jeevan Prasad M.Tech Assistant Professor 13-06-2018 Regular
21 Mr.M.Shankar M.Tech Assistant Professor 08-05-2018 Regular
22 Mrs.P.Kalaiselvi M.Tech Assistant Professor 26-06-2017 Regular
23 Mr.P.Kumar M.Tech (Ph.D) Assistant Professor 06-01-2017 Regular
24 Mr.M.Ravi M.Tech Assistant Professor 02-07-2020 Regular
25 Mr. K. Rajesh Kumar M.Tech Assistant Professor 11-07-2022 Regular
26 Mr P.Ramu M Tech Assistant Professor 10-12-2018 Regular
27 Mr.CP Balaji M Tech Assistant Professor 25-05-2023 Regular

Student Activities

S.NO

Academic year

  Name of the Event

  Name of the Topic

 Resource Person/Association

  Year

  Date

1

2021-22

guest_Lecture

SIX SIGMA CASE STUDIES

Mr. Dhanraj Gupta, Executive Quality Circle Forum of India -Tirupati

III,IV

12-11-2021 To
12-11-2021

2

2021-22

guest_Lecture

PROBLEM SOLVING TOOLS FOR TQM

Mr. Dhanraj Gupta, Executive Quality Circle Forum of India -Tirupati

III,IV

08-04-2022 To
08-04-2022

3

2021-22

guest_Lecture

Career Planning in Modern Manufacturing

D.Damodar, CEO,RAVANDS PLASTECH

II

07-04-2022 To
07-04-2022

4

2021-22

seminars

Modern Manufacturing Technology - 3D Printing

K.Venkata Kamesh, MD ,Sri Vignan Technologies

IV

03-12-2021 To
03-12-2021

5

2021-22

workshop

Design and Development of Quadcopter

K.Venkata Kamesh, Sri Vignan Technologies

III

06-01-2022 To
11-01-2022

6

2021-22

seminars

How To Induct Yourself Into Industry

B.R.K. Rao, GM, SNAM ALLOYS

III,IV

15-11-2021 To
15-11-2021

7

2021-22

workshop

Python Programming

Mr. N.Ravi Kumar,APSSDC

II

21-02-2022 To
26-02-2022

8

2021-22

workshop

Python Programming

Mr. N.Ravi Kumar, APSSDC

III

29-11-2021 To
04-12-2021

9

2020-21

workshop

Mechanical Components Drafting by AUTOCAD

Mrs. Veena Vijaya Kumar & Mr.K.Siva Mohan Reddy, APSSDC

II

12-05-2021 To
29-05-2021

10

2020-21

workshop

Product Design and Drafting by CATIA

Ms. G.Sumohana & Ms. K.Prasanna Lakshmi, APSSDC

III

12-05-2021 To
29-05-2021

11

2019-20

Industrial Visits

Industrial Visit

RAVANDS PLASTECH

II

30-01-2020 To
30-01-2020

12

2019-20

workshop

CNC Programming

M.Pradeep,APSSDC

III

17-02-2020 To
22-02-2020

13

2019-20

workshop

Solid Edge

Mr.A.Pradeep,APSSDC

III

03-02-2020 To
08-02-2020

14

2019-20

workshop

ROBO CAD

Mr. E.Kiran Kumar

II

03-02-2020 To
08-02-2020

15

2019-20

workshop

SOLID EDGE

Mr. A.Pradeep,APSSDC

II

27-01-2020 To
01-02-2020

16

2019-20

workshop

ROBO CAD

Mr. E.Kiran Kumar,APSSDC

II

27-01-2020 To
01-02-2020

17

2019-20

workshop

Dassualts Workshop on 3D Experience (LEVEL-A)

Mr. M.Naveen , APSSDC

IV

27-01-2020 To
01-02-2020

18

2019-20

workshop

Dassaults 3D Experience (LEVEL-I)

Mr. M.Naveen,APSSDC

III,IV

08-07-2019 To
08-11-2019

19

2018-19

workshop

DASSAULTS 3D EXPERIENCE

APSSDC

IV

13-03-2019 To
10-04-2019

20

2018-19

workshop

Dassaults 3D Experience (LEVEL-III)

Mr. M.Naveen , APSSDC

III,IV

13-03-2019 To
10-04-2019

21

2018-19

workshop

Dassaults 3D Experience - (LEVEL-II)

Mr. M.Naveen, APSSDC

III,IV

17-12-2018 To
02-01-2019

Faculty Activities

S.NO

Academic year

  Name of the Event

  Name of the Topic

 Resource Person/Association

  Date

1

2021-22

workshop

Applied Thermodynamics

Dr. Suresh Babu Rao.H

12-12-2021 To
13-12-2021

2

2021-22

workshop

Maintenance of Lab Equipments

Mr K.Srikanth, Managing Director, Hi-Tech Enterprises,Chennai

15-03-2022 To
15-03-2022

3

2021-22

workshop

Properties of Fuels & Lubricants

Mr. T.Raja Ram,Managing Director,Technical Teaching Equipments,Chennai

29-09-2022 To
29-09-2022

4

2021-22

FDP

Optimisation Techniques

Dr.Rama Murthy Natarajan, Formet AICTE Director

18-04-2022 To
22-04-2022

5

2021-22

FDP

3D Printing Technologies

Dr. M V A Raju , NIT Puducherry

06-09-2022 To
10-09-2022

6

2020-21

workshop

Alignment Test on Machine Tools

Mr. M.Venkatesulu

03-01-2021 To
04-01-2021

7

2020-21

workshop

CNC Programming

Dr. Ganugapenta Ramesh

20-10-2020 To
21-10-2020

8

2020-21

FDP

Research, Innovation & Techno-Entrepreneurship

Dr. Shvets yuri yuryevich, Russia

14-06-2021 To
18-06-2021

9

2020-21

FDP

Faculty Innovations in Materials and Manufacturing Process

Dr. T.Ram Scientist , DRDO , Banglore

21-06-2021 To
25-06-2021

10

2019-20

workshop

Castings and Welding Techniques

Mr. M.Dora Babu

04-07-2019 To
06-07-2019

11

2019-20

workshop

Lathe Work

Dr. Ganugapenta Ramesh

21-11-2019 To
23-11-2019

12

2019-20

FDP

Modelling Packages for Mechanical Engineers

Mr. K.Venkata Kamesh , MD , Sri Vignan Technologies

16-12-2019 To
21-12-2019

13

2019-20

FDP

Emerging Technologies in Mechanical Engineering

Dr. E.Anil Kumar ,IIT Tirupathi , Dr. V.Shanmuga Nadhan ,Dayanad Sagar University

26-05-2020 To
30-05-2020

14

2018-19

workshop

Auto CAD

Mr. K.V.Sarath Babu

03-07-2018 To
06-07-2018

15

2018-19

workshop

Hands on Experience on Engineering Workshop Tools

Mr. M.Venkatesulu

07-03-2019 To
09-03-2019

16

2018-19

FDP

Basics in Computational Fluid Dynamics

Mr. B R M V Krishna, G M Raja Mahendra , Yucan Technologies, Banglore

10-12-2018 To
15-12-2018

17

2018-19

FDP

EXPLORING DASSAULTS 3D-EXPERIENCE

Mr. D.Naveen ,APSSDC

03-06-2019 To
08-06-2019

18

2017-18

workshop

Hands on Experience on CNC Machine

Mr. Ganugapenta Ramesh

04-07-2017 To
05-07-2017

19

2017-18

FDP

Finite Element Analysis on Plastic Material

Mr. B R M V Krishna , Mr. G M Raja Mahendra , Yucan Technologies, Banglore

04-12-2017 To
09-12-2017

20

2017-18

FDP

Modelling & Analysis Softwares in Mechanical Engineering

Mr. K.Venkata Kamesh, MD, Sri Vignan Technologies

25-06-2018 To
30-06-2018

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (MESA)

The Mechanical Engineering Students Association (MESA) is an entity of Mechanical Engineering Department of VEMU Institute of Technology. It was formed in the year 2013 by the students of Mechanical Engineering. From the inception of the association, the students in consultation with HOD, are nominating a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Coordinator and five members for smooth running of the association activities.

MESA is striving hard to bridge the gap between industry and academia. To encourage the students to participate in various activities the association is conducting various competitions like Quiz competition, Elocution competition, Poster Presentation competition, Essay Writing competition, Debate competition etc. Also, to enhance the technical knowledge of the students and to give more practical exposure to the students, it is organizing guest lectures, workshops, industry visits, mini project expos etc., and also celebrating various days like Engineers Day, Automobile Day etc.,

Objectives

  • To bridge the gap between industry and academia.
  • To provide a platform to the students to participate in various competitions and to show case their talents.
  • To enhance the technical and practical knowledge of the students.
  • To encourage the students to develop various project models.

MESA OFFICE BEARERS

ACEDEMIC YEAR 2023-2024

Sl.No.

Name of the Student

Roll Number

Class

Position

1

Mr. G Sreenivas

204MIAO0332

IV ME

President

2

Mr. SYED Bodesha Valli

204M1A0378

IV ME

Vice President

3

Miss G Manasa

204MIA0329

IV ME

Treasurer

4

Mr. G S Akash

204MIA0331

IV ME

Secretary

5

Mr. S Venkatrohith

224MSA0320

III ME

Co-ordinator

6

Mr. A Ekhambaram

214MIA0302

III ME

Member

7

Miss D Nandu

214MIA0321

III ME

Member

8

Mr. K Sameer

224M5A0309

III ME

Member

9

Mr. K Harshavardhan

224M1A03 15

II ME

Member

10

Miss A Bhuvaneswari

234MSAO301

II ME

Member

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 and COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING (CAD/CAM) 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 the integration of a series of processes and functions that are present in every enterprise, e.g. research, design, manufacture, maintenance, marketing, etc.

In Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), using computerized specifications, a computer directs machines such as lathes and milling machines to perform work that otherwise would be controlled by a lathe or milling machine operator. CAM, although it requires initial expenditures for equipment, covers this outlay with reduced labor cost and speedy transition from CAD to finished product, especially when the result is both timely and "ensuring one-time machining success rate. Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/ CAM) LABORATORY is developed with a view to training 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.

3D PRINTER LAB

3D printing is a process of creating three-dimensional objects from a digital file using a 3D printer. The printer uses additive manufacturing techniques to build the object layer by layer. There are various types of 3D printing services available, including Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), and Stereolithography (SLA). 3D printing as a service is widely used for prototyping purposes. It allows you to quickly and cost-effectively create physical prototypes of your designs for testing and validation.

INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION

The Industrial Automation Lab is used to control complex process plants. The geographical and functional distribution makes this tool 'promising' for the implementation of advanced control strategies. Many industries are using this control system to fully automate their plants. The complex controls demand a different kind of thought process to implement automation philosophies. This laboratory gives students insight into 'function block diagram (FBD)' level programming. The laboratory is mainly focused on the identification and design of controllers for real-time continuous processes.

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.

MOOC Courses

Will be updated soon!

Students Zone

ACADEMIC TOPPERS LIST

Sl. NO

BATCH

STUDENT NAME

ROLL NO.

PERCENTAGE

1

2019-23

S HALIMA SHAFIYA

194M1A0342

80.89

2

2018-22

ANCHALA GURUMOHAN

194M1A0308

83.14

3

2017-21

VATAMBETI NAVEEN

174M1A03A1

84.62

4

2016-20

P MANI

174M5A0313

81.36

5

2015-19

JOGI RAKESH

154M5A0324 

83.51

6

2014-18

Munna Mustaq

154M5A0308

83.00

7

2013-17

P. VIJENDRAN

134M1A0378

84.50

8

2012-16

B. MOHAN KRISHNA

124M1A0327

70.00

9

2011-15

T. SANTHOSH MURALI

114M1A0325

77.12

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 20A54101 Linear Algebra and Calculus
2 20A51201T Engineering Chemistry
3 20A05201T C-Programming & Data Structures
4 20A02101T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
5 20A03202 Engineering Workshop
6 20A05202 IT Workshop
7 20A51201P Engineering Chemistry Lab
8 20A05201P C-Programming & Data Structures Lab
9 20A02101P Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
10 20A99201 Environmental Science
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A54201 Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
2 20A56101T Engineering Physics
3 20A03201T Material Science & Engineering
4 20A03101T Engineering Drawing
5 20A03101P Engineering Graphics Lab
6 20A52101P Communicative English Lab
7 20A56101P Engineering Physics Lab
8 20A03201P Material Science Lab
9 20A52101T Communicative English
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A54303 Complex variables, Transforms and Application of PDE
2 20A01302T Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines
3 20A03301T Manufacturing Processes
4 20A03302 Thermodynamics
5 20A01305T Mechanics of Materials
6 20A01302P Fluid Mechanics &Hydraulic Machines Lab
7 20A03301P Manufacturing Processes Lab
8 20A01305P Mechanics of Materials Lab
9 20A05305 Application Development with Python
10 20A99201 Environmental Science
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A54402 Numerical Methods and Probability Theory
2 20A03401T Applied Thermodynamics
3 20A03402 Kinematics of Machinery
4 20A03403T Manufacturing Technology
5 20A52301 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
6 20A03401P Applied Thermodynamics Lab
7 20A03403P Manufacturing Technology Lab
8 20A03404 Computer Aided Machine Drawing
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A03501 CAD/CAM
2 20A03502 Design of Machine Members
3 20A03503T Metrology and Measurements
4 20A03504a Automation & Robotics
5 20A05602T Artificial Intelligence
6 20A03503P Metrology and MeasurementsLaboratory
7 20A03506 Computer Aided Modeling Laboratory
8 20A03507 Innovation through IoT
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 19A03601 Design of Machine Elements
2 19A03602T Introduction to CAD/CAM
3 19A52601T English Language Skills
4 19A03603b Fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing
5 19A02604a Industrial Automation
6 19A52602b Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis
7 19A03503P Heat Transfer Lab
8 19A52601P English Language SkillsLab
9 19A99601 Research Methodology
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 19A52701b Management Science
2 19A03701 Operations Research
3 19A03702T Metrology & Measurements
4 19A03703c Mechanical Behavior of Materials
5 19A02704a Renewable Energy Systems
6 19A03602P CAD / CAM Lab
7 19A05406P IOT Lab
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A03801 Industrial Engineering
2 15A03804 Power Plant Engineering

Mech Lecture Notes

I Mech

I Mech I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54101 Linear Algebra and Calculus
2 20A51201T Engineering Chemistry
3 20A05201T C-Programming & Data Structures
4 20A02101T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
5 20A03202 Engineering Workshop
6 20A05202 IT Workshop
7 20A51201P Engineering Chemistry Lab
8 20A05201P C-Programming & Data Structures Lab
9 20A02101P Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
10 20A99201 Environmental Science

I Mech II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54201 Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
2 20A56101T Engineering Physics
3 20A03201T Material Science & Engineering
4 20A03101T Engineering Drawing
5 20A03101P Engineering Graphics Lab
6 20A52101P Communicative English Lab
7 20A56101P Engineering Physics Lab
8 20A03201P Material Science Lab
9 20A52101T Communicative English
II Mech

II Mech I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54303 Complex variables, Transforms and Application of PDE
2 20A01302T Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines
3 20A03301T Manufacturing Processes
4 20A03302 Thermodynamics
5 20A01305T Mechanics of Materials
6 20A01302P Fluid Mechanics &Hydraulic Machines Lab
7 20A03301P Manufacturing Processes Lab
8 20A01305P Mechanics of Materials Lab
9 20A05305 Application Development with Python
10 20A99201 Environmental Science

II Mech II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54402 Numerical Methods and Probability Theory
2 20A03401T Applied Thermodynamics
3 20A03402 Kinematics of Machinery
4 20A03403T Manufacturing Technology
5 20A52301 Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
6 20A03401P Applied Thermodynamics Lab
7 20A03403P Manufacturing Technology Lab
8 20A03404 Computer Aided Machine Drawing
III Mech

III Mech I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A03501 CAD/CAM
2 20A03502 Design of Machine Members
3 20A03503T Metrology and Measurements
4 20A03504a Automation & Robotics
5 20A05602T Artificial Intelligence
6 20A03503P Metrology and MeasurementsLaboratory
7 20A03506 Computer Aided Modeling Laboratory
8 20A03507 Innovation through IoT

III Mech II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 19A03601 Design of Machine Elements
2 19A03602T Introduction to CAD/CAM
3 19A52601T English Language Skills
4 19A03603b Fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing
5 19A02604a Industrial Automation
6 19A52602b Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis
7 19A03503P Heat Transfer Lab
8 19A52601P English Language SkillsLab
9 19A99601 Research Methodology
IV Mech

IV Mech I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 19A52701b Management Science
2 19A03701 Operations Research
3 19A03702T Metrology & Measurements
4 19A03703c Mechanical Behavior of Materials
5 19A02704a Renewable Energy Systems
6 19A03602P CAD / CAM Lab
7 19A05406P IOT Lab

IV Mech II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A03801 Industrial Engineering
2 15A03804 Power Plant Engineering

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