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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

About Department

Mechanical Engineering department was started in the year 2005 with intake strength of 60 seats, this was increased to 120 students in 2012 and this was increased to 180 students in 2013. The department has well qualified and trained faculty members. It has well equipped laboratories and workshops and includes a CAD/CAM laboratory where students are imparted training in advanced production techniques and design and analysis of machine elements.

Over the years, the department has produced students who have gained recognition in Industry with their professional outlook and technical competence.

Vision & Mission

Vision:

“To maintain high standards of Mechanical Engineering education through outstanding innovative curricular research training that reflects the changing needs of society. “

Mission:

The Mission of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is:
1. Prepare effective and responsible graduate engineers for global requirements by providing quality education.
2. Constantly strike to improve pedagogical methods employed in delivering the academic programs.
3. Respond effectively to the needs of the industry and changing world.
4. Conduct basic and applied research and to generate intellectual property.

HOD Desk

HOD-MECH
Dr B AVINASH BEN
HOD-MECH

Dr. B Avinash Ben has graduated from KLCE (KLU), Masters from NIT CALICUT and did his Ph.D. from Andhra University (AU). Having an experience of 12 years in teaching field with reputed institutions. His area of research is Manufacturing and Material Science, SHM etc,. He has 18 international publications and bagged all India Ranks 354 and 509 in years 2011 and 2004 respectively in GATE.

Faculty Profile

Sl No. Name Designation Qualification
1 KRISHNAIAH THUMMALACHARLA PRINCIPAL & PROFESSOR Ph.D.,
2 Dr N HARI BABU PROFESSOR Ph.D.,
3 SASTRY LANKA SAMBASIVA PROFESSOR Ph.D.,
4 Dr B AVINASH BEN PROFESSOR Ph.D.,
5 MUTTAMSETTY LAKSHMI SRAMIKA ASSOC. PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
6 SHIEK HIDAYATULLA SHARIFF ASSOC. PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
7 MADDA RAGHAVA RAO ASSOC. PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
8 VOMMI PRADEEP KUMAR ASSOC. PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
9 VAMSI MUDEDLA MADHU ASSOC. PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
10 J JAGADISH ASSOC. PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
11 Dr T RAJA SANTHOSH KUMAR ASSOC. PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
12 GARAGUBILLI RAMU ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
13 P RAMA KRISHNA ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
14 PURSHOTHAMA ANIL KUMAR ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
15 K ROJA RANI ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
16 POLAVARAPU VENKATESH ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
17 DEEPTHI KAZA ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
18 BHATIA AASHIMA ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
19 GANJA LAVANYA LAKSHMI ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
20 KULUKURI NARESH ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
21 B JAYA LAKSHMI ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
22 HANUMANTHU KIRAN KUMAR ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
23 PARIMALA KOTLA RADHIKA ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
24 SARANTEJ VULLI ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
25 K L V PRASAD ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
26 BHANU VELAGADA ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
27 NERELLA DILEEP KUMAR ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
28 TEELLA MAHENDRA RAO ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
29 D S RAO ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
30 BHARATHI CHODI ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
31 N SASI KIRAN ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
32 MADHUTHARI VENKATESH ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
33 VENKATA NAIDU BANKURU ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
34 N VENKATESH ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
35 V VARA LAKSHMI ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
36 AUROVINDA KUMAR MITRA ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,
37 V MAHESHWARA RAO ASST PROFESSOR M.Tech.,

Department laboratories

Instrumentation & Control system lab:

Rotameter Experiment


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Heat Transfer lab :

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Parallel flow and counter flow 

Drop wise and film wise condensation
pin fin apparatus

Enginnering Drawing Lab

With  an occupancy of 115 students, we are having two Drawing Halls with a capacity of 70 students in one hall and 45 students in another hall.


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Production Technology lab:

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Well Equipped Production Technology Lab, with all the required Machineries and Equipment to establish a strong knowledge in the basic production techniques.


CNC Lab:

After safe design of components, the parts are to be manufactured. In order to cope up with the industrial needs, the students will also be trained (addition to Conventional Mfg. Processes) over sophisticated machines in the CAM lab. Production equipment with computer numerical control is a major component of CIM. CAM Express software is used, for the simulation of machining process runs in computer, through a programing code. The generated code can run on the CNC tuning and CNC milling machines. The following simulation software and Machinery are available in the lab. Manufacturing: CAM Express, CNC Turning Machine and CNC FLEXMILL
 

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Metal cutting and machine tools lab:

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 Lathe machine threading experiment work

Radial  drilling machine for making holes 

Machinery

Shaper machine  Experiment


Mechanics of solids lab:

 Torsion Testing machine experiment

Universal testing machine Experiment


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Thermal Engineering Lab:

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 4 stroke Petrol Engine experiment


Fuels & Lubricants Lab:

 Quality of fuel and lubricant is very essential for the smooth running of the engine and efficiency of the engine under various conditions. Viscosity, flash and fire points are some of the characteristics which are essential for a good lubricant. Evaluations of these parameters for various lubricants are estimated in this laboratory. Calorific value and carbon residue are the other two important parameters for the fuel. 

 

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Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinary Laboratory:

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 Fluid mechanics and hydraulic lab provides basic idea about fundamental of fluid mechanics with a hand on experience on principles like venturimeter, Bernoulli's etc it also deals with experiments on friction factor, power production machinery like turbines, pumps. The well-equipped lab has been providing sound knowledge to the students of mechanical, mechatronics, automobile, civil and chemical engineering departments

 

Workshops

Automobile Engineering and Motor Sports:

 Four Day Workshop on Automobile Engineering and Motor Sports


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Latest Trends In Mechanics:

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 Sri G. Yoganand M.E, IISC – Bangalore, Scientist –(E), DRDL, Hyderabad,  addressed our students regarding latest trends in Mechanical Engineering.


Ocean Engineering and Green Engineering Technology:

 Dr. Srinivas Reddy, Associate Professor, IIT Chennai, giving a seminar to the students on

Ocean Engineering and Green Engineering Technology.

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I.C. Engines

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 Workshop on I.C. Engines


Space Technology and its applications:

 Professor A. Narayana Swamy , Chairman, 

International Space Science Organisation, giving a seminar to Mechanical students regarding Space Technology and its applications.

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Events

Technical Fest

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Spiritual Events:

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 Spiritual Events


Farewell parties:

 Farewell parties


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Dusshera Celebrations:

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 Dusshera Celebrations


Industrial Visits

Vizag Steel Plant:

 Vizag Steel Plant


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APSRTC Zonal Workshop:

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APSRTC Zonal Workshop


Hindustan Shipyard Limited:

 Hindustan Shipyard Limited


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RINL Steel plant :

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 Blast furnace 

coke oven battery


Paper Cutting

PaperCutting:

 Battery Cycle


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PaperCutting:

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 Motor Cycle


Foldable E-bike:

 Foldable E-bike


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PEO's & PO's

 PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

“PEOs are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the program is preparing graduates to achieve”.

PEO 1:

Graduates with a strong foundation in the field of Basic Sciences, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering and ability to provide solutions for real time industrial problems.

PEO 2:

Graduates with ability to apply technical knowledge and take on higher responsibilities in industry, academics and diverse fields of Electrical Engineering.

PEO 3:

Graduates with ability to operate generating stations, transformers, electrical machines, transmission lines and switch gear in an appropriate manner to improve efficiency & economics.

PEO 4:

Graduates with profession attitude, communication, technical and leadership skills to become successful engineers.

 PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The following are the Program Outcomes of Engineering Graduates:

PO1: Engineering knowledge : Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

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.

PO9: Individual and team work : Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: 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.

PO11: 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.

PO12: 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.

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