The Department of Mechanical Engineering endeavor for brilliance in education and targeted research areas where thrust of knowledge, with an aim to become one of the superior in the education field for engineering students
- To venture to maintain a supportive infrastructure and globally that revitalize diversity and rewards teamwork and association
- To develop bonding with world class R&D organizations and educational institutions in India and abroad for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy practices
- To enlighten students about white-collar & ethical responsibilities and train them to build leadership and entrepreneurship qualities for their career development
The Mechanical Engineering Department venture to transmit quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to make them globally competitive Mechanical Engineers
Program Educational Objectives
- PEO1. To motivate students for designing an effective mechanical engineering system, this will lead them for the successful careers.
- PEO2.To make students competent in their overall activities, which will provide the services to the society for overall economic development.
- PEO3. To develop communication skills, expert personality and moral values in 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 Outcomes
- PSO1 – The students will be able to identify, construct and translate engineering problems in design, thermal and production streams.
- PSO2 – The student will be able to design and develop and energy efficient system in all engineering and interdisciplinary fields to meet the present challenges of industry and society.
- PO1 : Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science,
engineeringfundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex
- PO2 :
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.
- PO3 :
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.
- PO4 :
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.
- PO5 :
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.
- PO6 :
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.
- PO7 :
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.
- PO8 :
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 these to one‟s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary
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
Course title: Engineering Mechanics
- 1. Understanding and analysis of Force Systems in a plane and in space.
- 2. Understanding Equilibrium conditions and application in design of structures and frames.
- 3. Acquire Knowledge of Frictional forces and their effect in design of Mechanical machines.
- 4. Understanding concepts of Centroid, Centre of Gravity, Area moment of Inertia and Mass moment of Inertia and their role in design of structures and machines.
- 5. Understanding and use of concept of Virtual Work in design.
- 6. Analysis of Kinematics and Kinetics and its use in design.
Course Title: Mechanics of solids:
Course Title: Metallurgy and Material Science.:
- 1. Analyse the various stresses developed in bodies subjected to different kind of loading.
- 2. Identify the beam or mechanical component problem, create formulation and provide solution by using graphical or analytical methods.
- 3. Create a design of component by using formulas & theories.
- 4. Apply knowledge of materials and cross section to the analysis of component.
Course Title: Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines:
- 1. Understand the physical, mechanical, structures, metallurgical, engineering concepts for metals and preparation of alloys.
- 2. Analyse the microstructures of metals, alloys and relationship to heat treatment
- 3. Explain the properties and applications of ferrous and nonferrous alloys.
- 4. Compare the properties of ceramics, glasses, compositions and polymers for industrial applications
Course Title: Kinematics of Machinery:
- 1. Apply fundamental relationship and formation of relationship for static, dynamics and kinematic systems.
- 2. Determine performance of flow metering devices by using Bernoulli’s principle.
- 3. Analyse the performance of for centrifugal pump and reciprocating pump.
- 4. Analyse frictional flow in pipes and piping networks.
- 5. Analyse boundary layer flows.
Course Title: Production Technology:
- 1. Understanding and analysis of mechanisms.
- 2. Drawing velocity and acceleration diagrams by ‘Relative velocity’ and ‘Instantaneous centre’ methods, for mechanisms.
- 3. Knowledge of Straight line and Approximate Straight line generating mechanisms, Steering mechanisms and Hooke’s joint.
- 4. Understanding concepts of design of different kinds of Cams and Followers.
- 5. Understanding and design of toothed gears and Gear Trains.
Course Title: Machine Drawing:
- 1. Acquire knowledge about the casting processes
- 2. Analyse the different welding processes.
- 3. Understand the properties, importance of hot working and cold working process.
- 4. Describe the manufacturing process of extrusion and forging.
Course Title: Thermal Engineering – I:
- 1. Understand the drawings of conventional representation and assemblies along with their utility for design and development of mechanical system.
- 2. Work effectively with engineering and science teams as well as with multidisciplinary designs.
- 3. Skillfully use modern engineering tools and techniques such as CAD- CAM software for mechanical engineering design, analysis and application
- 4. Understand the drawings of mechanical components.
- 1. Explain working of thermal systems in different applications.
- 2. Analyse thermal systems and find the solution for problem.
- 3. Find out factors influence on thermal systems.
- 4. Investigate the problem in thermal systems and provide solution
Course Title: Dynamics of Machinery:
Course Title: Design of Machine Members – I:
- 1. Understand the principles in mechanisms related to moving vehicles and gyroscope effects.
- 2. Solve the problems on friction in screw and nuts on inclined plane, working of clutches, brakes, dynamometers and its methods of operation.
- 3. Understand the concepts of turning moment diagram and its uses for different machines, methods to construct, working of governors and its simple problems on them.
- 4. Study and examine the effects of unbalances resulting from prescribed motions in mechanism.
- 5. Visualize the effects of dynamics of undesirable vibration.
Course Title: Machine Tools:
- 1. Apply the fundamental of stress analysis, theories of failure and material science in design of machine members.
- 2. Make proper assumptions with respect to material, factor of safety, load conditions for various machine members.
- 3. Apply stress analysis for knuckle joint , cotter joint and keys
- 4. Design different types of elements used in machine members.
Course Title: Engineering Metrology:
- 1. Develop a strong foundation in machine tool engineering
- 2. Apply knowledge and hands-on competence in design and development of machine tool
- 3. Illustrate the working of lathe, drilling, boring, milling, shaper, slotting, planning machines
- 4. Summarize finishing processes and associated machines
Course Title: Thermal Engineering – II:
- 1. Understand tolerances and fits for selected product quality.
- 2. Apply appropriate method and instruments for inspection of various gear elements and thread elements.
- 3. Understand the standards of length, angles
- 4. Understand the evaluation of surface finish and measure the parts with various comparators.
- 5. Evaluate the quality of machine tools with alignment test.
Course Title: Design of Machine Members – II:
- 1. Understand ideal steam power cycles.
- 2. Remember various components being used in steam and gas power plants.
- 3. Analyse the energy transfer and transfer motion in power cycle components with their performance evaluation.
- 4. Acquire knowledge on working of rocket and jet propulsion including their performance engines evaluation
Course Title: Finite Element Methods:
- 1. Apply the fundamental of theories of failure and material science in design of machine members.
- 2. Understand the process of selection in suitable bearing based on the application of loads and predict the life of bearing.
- 3. Design IC engine parts.
- 4. Design power transmission elements such as gears, belts, chains, pulleys, ropes and power screws.
Course Title: Heat Transfer:
- 1. Understand the basic concepts and principles related to finite element methods.
- 2. Apply finite element methods for all structural elements.
- 3. Apply finite element methods for heat transfer analysis of 1d and 2d elements.
- 4. Understand dynamic analysis of finite element methods in bars, truss and beams.
Course Title: Refrigeration & Air Conditioning:
- 1. Ability to analysis the modes of heat transfer.
- 2. Ability to derive relation for different modes of heat transfer.
- 3. Ability to perform thermal circuit analysis for practical engineering problems by using heat transfer concepts.
- 4. Ability to Analysis and design heat exchangers.
Course Title: Automobile Engineering:
- 1. Understand various refrigeration cycles and working of its system components.
- 2. Acquire knowledge on design aspects of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment’s.
- 3. Analyse psychrometry and human comfort.
- 4. Demonstrate various heat pump circuits.
- 1. Identify the layouts and different parts of the automobile.
- 2. Explain the working of various parts like engine, transmission, clutch, brakes, steering, suspension, electrical circuits and need of servicing in automobile engines.
- 3. Understand the environmental implications of automobile emissions
- 4. Develop a strong base for understanding future developments in the automobile industry.
Course Title: Operations Research:
Course Title: Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing:
- 1. Understand different definitions, concepts and principles of OR.
- 2. Check the optimality of the solution for different OR techniques by using different methods
- 3. Solve LPP, transportation problem, assignment problem, sequencing problems, Queuing theory, theory of games, replacement problems and dynamic programming problem.
- 4. Write algorithm for transportation problem, assignment problem, sequencing problem, LPP and DPP.
Course Title: Power Plant Engineering:
- 1. Learn the fundamental knowledge of CAD/CAM
- 2. Design the parts/ products using CAD systems
- 3. Acquire knowledge on NC part programming.
- 4. Prepare the part/product codes using Group Technology
- 5. Understand the layout of flexible manufacturing systems and apply the automated inspection methods.
Course Title: Instrumentation & Control Systems:
- 1. Understand the sources of energy including Steam, Diesel, Solar, Wind and geothermal along their layouts and working principles
- 2. Acquire knowledge of combustion process
- 3. Explain the working of hydroelectric and nuclear power plant and its components.
- 4. Understand the concepts of Economics of power Generation to solve realistic problems.
Course Title: Unconventional Machining Process:
- 1. Understand the basic principles, characteristics, errors, limitations of measurement and its systems
- 2. Acquire the knowledge on the working principle, construction, calibration and its applications for various transducers.
- 3. Measure the values of displacement, temperature, pressure, level, flow, acceleration, speed, vibration, stress, strain and humidity.
- 4. Recognize the application of FMS, CAQC, CIM.
5. To know the basics of EBM and comparison of thermal and non-thermal processes.
6. Study the various process parameters and application of plasma in manufacturing industries
Course Title: Industrial Management:
- 1. Understand the need and importance of non-traditional machining
- 2. Know the basics principle, equipment, process variables and mechanics of metal removal in abrasive jet machining and water jet machining
- 3. To study the fundamentals of tool design, surface finishing and metal removal rate of electro chemical grinding, electro chemical machining and electro chemical honing
- 4. To understand principle of operation, types of electrodes and process parameters and machine tool selection in EDM and electric discharge grinding and wire cut process.
Course Title: Robotics:
- 1. Understand management principles and theories.
- 2. Understand different types of organisation.
- 3. Design plant layout and product design
- 4. Analyse by using work study methods
- 5. Evaluate process by using different methods
Course Title: Plant Layout and Material Handling:
- 1. Describe the automation and brief history of robot and robot terminology.
- 2. Analyse the manipulator design including actuator, drive, sensor issues and robot motions.
- 3. Evaluate the coordinate system, kinematics, dynamics and Jacobin for robot
- 4. Explain Selection of robots for various applications in manufacture.
Course Title: Production Planning and Control:
- 1. Understand various techniques and tools of layout planning, Engineering practice.
- 2. Apply the concepts for effectively running an organization.
- 3. Apply the concepts in integration of material handling systems.
- 4. Design a system, component, or process to meet the desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
- 5. Understand the engineering and management principles and apply them in project and finance management as a leader and a member in a team.
- 6. Recognize the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
Course Title: Renewable Energy Sources:
- 1. Understand the objectives, functions, elements, types of production planning and control.
- 2. Analyse the importance of techniques, functions of forecasting and inventory management systems for proper utilisation of 3-M.
- 3. Acquire knowledge on routing, scheduling and dispatching techniques
- 4. Illustrate the application of computers in PPC.
- 1. Demonstrate various non-conventional sources of energy like wind, geothermal energy etc.
- 2. Acquire the knowledge of modern energy conversion technologies.
- 3. Understand the working of various direct energy conversion systems and their applications.
- 4. Describe solar radiation and energy collection.