Mechanical Engineering


What is Mechanical Engineering?

Mechanical engineering is the application of physical principles to the creation of useful devices, objects and machines. Mechanical engineers use principles such as heat, force, and the conservation of mass and energy to analyze static and dynamic physical systems, in contributing to the design of things such as automobiles, aircraft, and other vehicles, heating and cooling systems, household appliances, industrial equipment and machinery, weapons systems, etc.

About Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering started in the year 2011 with an annual intake of 60 students. In tune with the growing demand profile globally for MECHANICAL, the intake level was enhanced to 120 from this academic year 2012. The Department comprises of a dedicated, zealous and dexterous team of staff members with doctorates and post graduates in the fields of Thermal Engineering, Engineering Design, Manufacturing Technology, Industrial Engineering and Computer Aided Design, Automobile Engineering and Operations Management.

The well equipped laboratories fulfill all the curricular requirements. Crowning the laboratories in the Mechanical Department is CAD / CAM laboratory, housed in 3000 square feet, with fifty workstations having advanced CAD / CAM / CAE software and CNC Trainer lathe and machines.

Vision

  1. Department of Mechanical Engineering endeavors to be recognized globally for outstanding education and research in the advanced fields of mechanical engineering to cater the ever changing industrial demands and social needs.

Mission

  1. Impart quality education with ethical guidelines to the students to build their capacity and enhance their skills through practical exposure to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers.

OUR FUTURE PLANS

  1. To start a course in M.Tech. Mechanical Engineering and take up consultancy work.
  2. To make critical and specific contributions and realize the objectives of the department and in turn of the Institution, as an Institution of eminence and repute at the University level.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

  1. P.E.O_1: Graduates will utilize a foundation in engineering and science to improve lives and livelihoods through a successful career in mechanical engineering or other fields. Graduates will become engineer in the industries associated with Mechanical Engineering and professional engineers starting­-up and growing their own new firms. They will become recognized experts working in government, consulting firms and international organizations around the country and around the world addressing some of the most challenging problems of our times.
  2. P.E.O_2: Graduates will become leading researchers and professors who create and disseminate new knowledge in Mechanical Engineering. Graduates will be leaders, both in their chosen profession and in other activities. Graduates will be able to communicate effectively to various stakeholders.
  3. P.E.O_3: Graduates will have high level of technical competency combined with research and problem solving skills to generate innovative solutions in Mechanical Engineering and/or related interdisciplinary areas. Graduates practice their profession with high regard to societal needs, diversity, constraints in the professional workplace and ethical responsibilities. Graduates will pursue lifelong learning, such as graduate work and other professional education.
  4. P.E.O_4: Continuously updating themselves in areas and technologies that are relevant to their career, participate in personal development and increasing their understanding of matters that are current and important to society at national and international levels. Graduates will have enough training to conduct experiments analyze and interpret the results for all latest techniques and equipment related to Mechanical Engineering.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  2. An ability to come out with best possible and optimum outputs, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  3. An ability to design a component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints and to brim the level of control limits of any output unit
  4. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
  5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems and to diversify among the better and best methodology
  6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  7. An ability to communicate effectively
  8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
  9. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
  10. Knowledge of contemporary issues
  11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  12. To apply automation at the production houses to reduce labor and increase efficiency

R10 Regulation Course Structure

I Year I Semester
S.No Subject Code Subject Name T+P+D Credits
1R10101ENGLISH-I32
2R10102MATHEMATICS - I3+12
3R10103ENGINEERING PHYSICS - I3+12
4R10104ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY - I32
5R10105C PROGRAMMING32
6R10107ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES32
7R10108ENGG PHYSICS AND ENGG CHEMISTRY LAB32
8R10109ENGINEERING WORKSHOP LAB32
9R10110C PROGRAMMING LAB32
10R10111ENGLISH PROFICIENCY LAB32
11R10101ENGLISH-I32
12R10102MATHEMATICS - I3+12
13R10103ENGINEERING PHYSICS - I3+12
14R10104ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY - I32
15R10105C PROGRAMMING32
16R10107ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES32
17R10108ENGG PHYSICS AND ENGG CHEMISTRY LAB32
18R10109ENGINEERING WORKSHOP LAB32
19R10110C PROGRAMMING LAB32
20R10111ENGLISH PROFICIENCY LAB32
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Laboratories

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Lab

About Lab

The lab is established to enhance the understanding of the concepts of fluid mechanics through practical exposure. The laboratory is fully equipped to perform a large variety of experiments, ranging from the flow experiments to more applied experiments such as the performance characteristics of all types of pumps and turbines.

Details of the Equipment

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Strength of Materials Lab

About Lab

The practical sessions are conducted in this lab for Mechanical Engineering students. The lab helps the students to enhance the knowledge about the mechanical properties and behavior of Engineering Materials. This lab is equipped with Universal Testing Machine, Tensile Testing Machine, Hardness Tester and Deflection Testing Machine.

Details of the Equipment

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Faculty

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S.No Name Qualification Designation
1 Dr.C.Naga Bhaskar Ph.D Principal & Professor
2 Dr.K.Prasad Rao M.Tech,Ph.D HOD & Professor.
3 R.Vijay Krishna M.Tech. Assoc.Prof.
4 Mr.G.V.N.B.Prabhakar M.Tech, (Ph.D) Assoc.Prof.
5 T.Rajendra Prasad M.Tech,(Ph.D) Assoc.Prof.
6 Mr.K.Manikumar M.Tech,(Ph.D) Assoc.Prof.
7 Mr.D.Sreeram Prasad M.Tech,(Ph.D) Assoc.Prof.
8 Mr.V.S.R.MurthyM.Tech. Assoc.Prof.
9 Mr.G.S.R.M.Malleswara Rrao M.Tech. Assoc.Prof.
10 Mr.V.Mohan Manoj Gupta MTech.,(Ph.D) Asst.Prof.
11 Mr.N.Syambabu M.Tech,(Ph.D) Asst.Prof.
12 Mrs.P.Bharathi M.Tech,(Ph.D) Asst.Prof.
13 Mr.O.N.V.P.Bhagvan M.Tech. Asst Prof.
14 Mrs.K.Anusha Raj M.Tech Asst.Prof.
15 Mr.K.Venkateswara reddy M.Tech Asst.Prof.
16 Mr.Ch.Naveen Kumar M.Tech Asst.Prof.
17 Mr.N.Raja sekhar M.Tech Asst.Prof.
18 Mr.S.Venkateswara Rao M.Tech. Asst.Prof.
19 Ms.A.Madhuri M.Tech. Asst.Prof.
20 Mr.K.Nagaraju M.Tech Asst.Prof.
21 Mr.R.Prasad M.Tech Asst.Prof.
22 Mr.G.Gopichand Babu M.Tech. Asst.Prof.
23 Ms.A.Hemadevi M.Tech. Asst.Prof.

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R10 Regulation Question Bank

I Year I Semester
S.No Subject Name Regular Papers Suplimentary Papers
1 ENGLISH-I
2 MATHEMATICS-I
3 ENGINEERING PHYSICS-I
4 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY-I
5 C PROGRAMMING
6 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
7 ENGG PHYSICS AND ENGG CHEMISTRY LAB
8 ENGINEERING WORKSHOP LAB
9 C PROGRAMMING LAB
10 ENGLISH PROFICIENCY LAB
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