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                                            Department of Mechanical Engineering

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About Us

The department of Mechanical Engineering at Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science started along with the institution in the year 1998. The department is currently offering one UG program (B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering) with an intake of 240 and one PG program (M.Tech with Advanced Manufacturing Systems), with an intake of 24. In addition, the department is also a Recognized Research Centre (RRC) under JNTUA, Anantapuramu, which enables scholars to pursue full time PhD in Mechanical Engineering, in the department. The B.Tech. programme under department has been continuously accredited and re-accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) since 2013. The most recent NBA accreditation, in 2019, was under TIER I with a score of 715 out of 1000. The College Academic Council and the Department Board of Studies strive hard to provide quality education and most advanced curriculum and syllabus to make the students industry ready and excel in today’s technologically intensive careers. The alumni of the department have been successful in building remarkable careers in Mechanical engineering and allied disciplines.

The department has a thriving research program with externally funded projects worth a total of more than Rs. One Crore. Faculty are also engaged in providing engineering consultancy for industrial entities. The research output from the department, in terms of quality journal publications and patents, has been steadily increasing in recent years. The students of the Department benefit from this thriving R&D culture in the department which provides them with an exposure to the state of the art research facilities and cutting-edge technologies.

The department is endowed with highly qualified and experienced faculty most of whom have obtained their Doctoral degrees from eminent institution in India like IISc, IITs, Central Universities, NITs and Foreign Universities. The department is also well equipped with modern laboratories. In addition, there are several industry supported labs in the department, which are established with help and support from core engineering companies like Siemens and Dassault Systemes. The industry related labs strive to improve the employability of the students in core companies.

Since its inception, the department has been striving to take forward the vision and mission of the institution by making specific contributions in promoting education and research in the broad field of Mechanical Engineering. The vision and mission of the Department are as follows:


Vision

“To be a Centre of Excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering to generate quality human resource in mechanical engineering who can contribute constructively to the technological and socio-economic development of the Nation.”


Mission

M1:To provide Globally competent Mechanical Engineers through Experienced and Committed Faculty.

M2:To nurture graduates with Scientific temperament, Rational thinking and Humanistic approach for Excelling in their Career.

M3:To promote Excellence in teaching and research through collaborative activities.


Goals

  • To maintain a high standard of mechanical engineering education through outstanding teaching innovative curriculum and research training that reflect the changing needs of society.
  • To attract highly motivated students with enthusiasm, attitude and interest in Mechanical Engineering.
  • To pursue excellence in research and technology transfer.
  • To increase the public awareness of departmental activities and the Mechanical Engineering profession.

Head of the Department

Profile of Dean


Dr. T. N. Sreenivasa B.E., (Mechanical), M.E., Ph.D., FIE, C Eng.


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  • 30 years of Teaching, Administration and Research Experience.
  • National Executive Member of ISTE, New Delhi.
  • 10 Years as Principal of AMC Engineering College, Bangalore.
  • 1.5 Years as CEO of AMC Educational Institutions, Bangalore.
  • 09 Years Lecturer, Asst. Prof in BMS College of Engg. and BMSIT, Bangalore.
  • 11 Years Asst.Prof in Dayananda Sagar College of Engg.
  • Supervising 04 Candidates for their Ph. D. Program under VTU and 02 Candidates awarded PhD from VTU.
  • Guided 50 Projects for UG, PG and M.Tech students published / presented 47 Technical Papers in peer reviewed refereed National and International Journals.
  • Visited several foreign universities in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Bangladesh as a part of International Exposure.
  • Worked as an external assessor for Caledonian College of Engineering, Muscat- appointed by Glasgow Caledonian University, UK during 2014-17.




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Board of Studies


Department’s Board of Studies (BoS) is a statutory body which is primarily responsible for compiling the curricula for all the courses offered by the Department and for regularly revising the syllabi for keeping it up to date with the changing trends. In addition, BoS also reviews the progress of the Department in terms of academics and research and suggests strategies for continuous improvement. The BoS comprises of senior faculty of the Department and experts from Industry and Peer Institutions. The external members in the current Bo of the Department are:



S.No Name of the Expert Affiliation Composition as per the UGC–Autonomous guidelines
1 Dr. N. N. Kishore Professor, IIT Tirupati One expert to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from a panel of six recommended by the college Principal
2 Dr. E. Anil Kumar Associate Professor, IIT Tirupati Expert in subject nominated by Academic Council
3 Dr. B. Venkatesam Associate Professor, IIT Hyderabad Expert in subject nominated by Academic Council
4 Mr. Kashinath M. Patnasetty Head-VAS-Application Support Group, Ace Designers Limited Representative from Industry/Corporation sector/allied area relating to placement
5 Mr. D. Anand Swaroop Kumar Product and Application Engineer, CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd. One postgraduate meritorious alumnus to be nominated by the Principal

Industry Alumni Advisory Board


The Department constituted an advisory board with experts from the Industry and department alumni to seek guidance on strategic planning and functioning of the Department especially with regards to academic aspects like curriculum development and teaching and learning processes. The current external members of the IAAB are:



S.No Name of the Expert Affiliation
1 Mr. M. Hari Prasad Scientist, Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE), Bangalore
2 Dr. L. Ravikumar Professor, BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore
3 Dr. R. Thundil Karuppa Raj Professor, VIT, Vellore
4 Mr. Shankar Reddy Head-VAS-Application Support Group, Ace Designers Limited
5 Mr. D. Anand Swaroop Kumar Assistant Manager, Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML), Bangalore

Advanced Manufacturing Systems

First YEAR I SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Credits
1 Advanced Machining Processes 3
2 Automation in Manufacturing 3
3 Discipline Electives-I
A. Advanced Materials Characterization
B. Advanced Tool Engineering Design
C. Micro and Nano Manufacturing Technology
D. Advanced Casting and Welding Technology
3
4 Discipline Electives-II
A. Theory of Metal Forming
B. Industrial Surface Engineering
C. Quality and Reliability Engineering
D. Supply Chain Management
3
5 Research Methodology and IPR 2
6 Advanced Machining Laboratory 2
7 Modelling and Simulation Laboratory 2
8 Audit Course I
A. Disaster Management
B. Sanskrit for Technical Knowledge
C. Constitution of India
D. Pedagogy Studies
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First YEAR II SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Credits
1 Robotics in Manufacturing 3
2 Advanced Production and Operations Management 3
3 Discipline Electives-II
A. Advanced Materials Processing
B. Advanced Operations Research
C. Rapid Prototyping and Tooling
D. Design and Analysis of Experiments
3
4 Discipline Electives-III
A. FEA in Manufacturing
B. Design and Manufacturing of MEMS and MICRO Systems
C. Flexible Manufacturing Systems
D. Precision Engineering
3
5 Computer Aided Engineering Laboratory 2
6 Production Tooling Laboratory 2
7 Mini Project 2
8 Audit Course II
A. English for Research Paper Writing
B. Value Education
C. Stress Management by Yoga
D. Personality Development through Life Enlightenment Skills
2

Second YEAR I SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Credits
1 Discipline Electives-IV
A. Additive Manufacturing Technology
B. Manufacturing Informatics
C. Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing
D. Product Design and Development
3
2 Open Elective - III
A. Sensors for Intelligent Manufacturing and Condition Monitoring
B. Total Quality Management
C. Industrial Safety and Maintenance Engineering
D. Machine Learning
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3 Dissertation Phase I 2

Second Year II Semester

S.No Course Code Course Title Credits
1 20AMSP703 Dissertation Phase I 16

Time Tables

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About the Programme

Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) in Mechanical Engineering is the flagship program of the Department which was started in the year 1998. This program is designed to lay a strong foundation for students to build a successful career or pursue higher education in the Mechanical Engineering and allied fields. The program is administered strictly according to the tenets of Outcome Based Education (OBE) and it has been continuously accredited by NBA since the year 2013. The program curriculum is regularly updated and evolved considering of the guidelines given by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and the syllabi is also designed in accordance with the syllabi of competitive examinations for Mechanical Engineering like GATE and IES .

The salient features of the programme are:

  1. Industry related labs, established in the Department with help from Siemens and Dassault Systemes, add immense value to the UG programme by aiding targeted employability training for the students.
  2. Students benefit from the experience and expertise of the highly qualified faculty who are all engaged in research and development.
  3. Scholarship programme titled SHARP incentivizes the student participation in faculty research thus their enrichment with valuable work experience while still on campus.
  4. Unique aspects of the programme include emphasis on MOOCS, self-learning, and internships which are all incorporated into the curriculum.
  5. Ample support is provided to the students to ensure their timely academic progress and to facilitate the realization of their potential.
  6. Initiatives like make up classes and remedial classes are in place to assist the students falling behind in their academic performance.
  7. Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are conducted to galvanize the performing students towards higher achievement.


The co-curricular and extra-curricular activities organized by the Department, over and above the trainings and cultural/sports events conducted at college level, for the benefit of the students include:

  1. Employability training in Siemens Lab and Dassault Systemes Lab
  2. Training for competitive exams and core placements
  3. Industry visits
  4. Guest lectures
  5. Seminars
  6. Workshops
  7. Symposium with project expos
  8. Conferences

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Outcome Based Education


As per the philosophy of OBE, expected outcomes from the students at different stages during their time in the program are articulated ahead of time and all the academic activities are planned and implemented such that they all contribute to the attainment of these outcomes. The curriculum of the program, teaching and learning processes, infrastructural facilities and the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are all planned and organized with the overall objectives in mind. Given below are the Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs), Programme Specific Outcomes (POs) and Programme Outcomes (POs) of the B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering Programme offered by the Department:



The PEOs of our B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering programme are:

The graduates, within 4-5 years of completing the course, will

  • PEO1. Build a thriving career in mechanical engineering and allied disciplines.
  • PEO2. Design and produce products by the optimum methods for the benefit of the society while working in a team with ethical values.
  • PEO3. Engage in continuous learning to adapt to the socio-economic-technological developments and pursue higher studies.


The specific outcomes that the graduates of the program shall achieve at the time of graduation are that they will be able to:

  • PSO1. Apply concepts and principles from Applied Mechanics to design, develop and evaluate mechanical systems for a specified purpose.
  • PSO2. Employ governing laws of thermodynamics, fluid flow and heat transfer for design and analysis of thermo-fluid systems.
  • PSO3. Utilize the knowledge and learning of materials and manufacturing sciences to design, plan and monitor production operations in an Industry.


The POs, which are prescribed by NBA, to be attained at the time of graduation are as follows:

  • 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 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 lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Provided below is the final attainment of the aforementioned outcomes in the graduating batch of UG students of the Department, assessed using an elaborate method which involved data collection, compilation and analysis from various examinations given by students and surveys collected from them at different stages during their time in the Department.

Attainment of POs/PSOs in Recent Academic Years

Mentoring Program


True to the philosophy of Outcome Based Education (OBE), ample support system is provided to the students to ensure their timely academic progress and to facilitate the realization of their true potential. The holistic progress of the students, as they evolve from out-of-school teenagers to industry-ready professionals, is monitored by the mentors appointed by the department; one per every 20 students.

Mentors meet with their mentees as per a fixed schedule and they are charged with the responsibility of:

  • Identifying any specific needs or issues of each student
  • Addressing the identified need appropriately
  • Encouraging the students to devise and follow an action plan for achieving their specific goals
  • Montoring the progress of the students and helping them along the way

The mentoring program is adminstered using an integrated ERP software called Institution Management System (IMS) through which the mentors have access to all essential data, like attendance, academic transcripts etc., of their respective mentees. This enables the mentors to closely monitor the progress of their mentees and advise them accordingly. The mentors also record each individual meeting with a mentee in his/her portfolio on IMS so that appropriate follow up action can be taken in subsequent meetings. In addition to academic performance and attendance, mentors focus on the overall learning of the mentees like personality development, employability training and career planning. Mentors also stay in touch with the parents to keep them updated about the progress of the students and to leverage their support in better helping the mentees, when needed. Given below is a table depicting different aspects focused on by mentors and metrics used to assess progress; followed by a document showing the allotment of mentees to faculty mentors.


Mentoring: Aspects and Metrics

S.No Type of Mentoring Monitoring Measures
1 Attendance Monthly attendance percentage, Regularity to classes to improve academic performance
2 Academic Performance Mid-term and Semester-end marks, Completion of MOOCs Assignments
3 Practical Skills – Laboratory Work Periodic progress of the laboratory work, submission of observations/records, project completion status, participation in technical events like hackathon, intra and inter college symposiums
4 Soft Skills Ability to communicate, improvement in English speaking, Participation in Extra-curricular Activities, Interpersonal & group discussion skills
5 Career Guidance Employability Training, Internship opportunities availed, Higher Education Planning, Competetive Exams Preperation, Placement status, Entrepreneurship development, Self-employment opportunities, etc.


Mentor Allocation for Department Students



Remedial Classes

Department provides ample support to the students falling behind in the academics by conducting remedial classes. It is mandatory for the students scoring less than 50% of marks in a course during the sessional exams to attend these remedial classes for that course which are scheduled after the regular hours. In these remedial classes, Teachers revise the topics coevered in the class and in analytical subjects, teachers solve number of problems to improve the comprehsion of the students.

Given below is the schedule of remedial classes

Schedule of Remedial Classes


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Feedback Surveys

Department continuously collects feedback from all its stakeholders by way of periodic surveys. Prominent among these surveys are:

  • Graduate Exit Survey
  • Student Survey
  • Faculty Survey
  • Alumni Survey
  • Employer Survey
  • Parents Survey

The responses recieved from these surveys are duly compiled and analysed to assess the level to which the Department was able to meet the expectations of its stakeholders and to identify the areas in which improvements are called for by them.

Given below is a compilation of analysis reports from Graduate Exit Surveys, followed by the same of surveys conducted for other stakeholders

Report on Analysis of Graduate Exit Survey




Report on Analysis of Surveys collected from Stakeholders


Minor Degree programs of Mechanical Engineering


Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles

Nano Technology

Nano Technology

Digital Manufacturing

Digital Manufacturing

Mechatronics

Mechatronics

Energy Engineering Stream

Energy Engineering Stream

Academic Calendar for AY 2019-20: Second Semester

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Academic Calendar for AY 2018-19: First Semester

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First Year I Semester - R18

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Engineering Calculus Theory 4
2 Engineering Physics Theory 4
3 Basic Electrical Engineering Theory 3
4 Programming for Problem Solving (Python) Theory 3
5 Physics Laboratory Lab 1.5
6 Electrical Engineering Laboratory Lab 1.5

First Year II Semester - R18

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/lab Credits
1 English for Professional Purposes Theory 3
2 Linear Algebra, Complex Variable and Ordinary Differential Equations Theory 4
3 Engineering Chemistry Theory 3
4 C Programming and Data Structures Theory 3
5 Engineering Graphics Theory 3.5
6 Engineering Chemistry Laboratory Lab 1.5
7 C Programming and Data Structures Laboratory Lab 1.5
8 Workshop Practice Lab 1.5

Second Year I Semester - R18

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/lab Credits
1 Principles of Management Theory 3
2 Partial Differential Equations and Probability & Statistics Theory 4
3 Engineering Mechanics Theory 3
4 Basic Thermodynamics Theory 3
5 Materials Science and Engineering Theory 3.5
6 English Communication – Listening & Speaking Laboratory Lab 1.5
7 Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory Lab 1.5
8 3-D Modelling Laboratory Lab 1.5
9 Mandatory Course– I Theory 0

Second Year II Semester - R18

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Economics and Financial Accounting for Engineers Theory 3
2 Life Sciences for Engineers Theory 4
3 Mechanics of Solids Theory 3
4 Manufacturing Process Theory 3
5 Theory of Machines Theory 3.5
6 Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Theory 1.5
7 Mechanics of Solids Laboratory Lab 1.5
8 Dynamics & Electrical Machines Laboratory Lab 1.5
9 Manufacturing Process Laboratory Lab 1.5
10 Mandatory Course – II Theory 0

Third Year I Semester - R18

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Engineering Analysis Theory & Lab 3
2 Design of Machine Elements Theory 3
3 Manufacturing Technology Theory 3
4 Heat Transfer Theory 3
5 Discipline Elective – I Theory 3
6 Open Elective – I Theory 3
7 Corporate Communication Laboratory Lab 1
8 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Laboratory Lab 1.5
9 Manufacturing Technology Laboratory Lab 1.5
10 Mandatory Course – III Theory 0

Third Year II Semester - R18

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 English Communication - Reading and Writing Theory 2
2 CAD/ CAM Theory 3
3 Thermal Engineering Theory 3
4 Discipline Elective-II
(Refer Annexure –III)
Theory 3
5 Discipline Elective-III Theory 3
6 Open Elective – II Theory 3
7 Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory Lab 1.5
8 Robotics Laboratory Lab 1.5
9 Virtual Laboratory Lab 1.5
10 Mandatory Course - IV Theory 0

Fourth Year I Semester - R14

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Engineering Optimization Theory 3
2 Metrology & Measurements Theory 3
3 CAD / CAM Theory 3
4 Discipline Elective - II Theory 3
5 Discipline Elective - III Theory 3
6 Open Elective - III Theory 3
7 CAD/CAE/CAM Practicals Lab 2
8 Instrumentation & Control Engineering Practicals Lab 2
9 Mini Project - 2

Fourth Year II Semester - R14

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Discipline Elective-IV Theory 3
2 Open Elective-IV Theory 3
3 Project Work - 14
4 Technical Seminar - 2

Doctoral

There is provision for research scholars pursuing PhD in Mechanical Engineering to conduct their doctoral research at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at MITS through its Recognized Research Centre under JNTUA, Anantapuramu. The scholars benefit from the intellectual wealth of highly qualified and experienced faculty of the Department as well as the advanced facilities available for research. Given below is a list of scholars who are currently working under the guidance of the Department faculty towards PhD degree from JNTUA.


Full-Time Research Scholars Details 2014-2015 Batch

S.No Scholar Name Guide Name Co-Guide from JNTUA College of
Engineering, Anantapur
Date of Admission Area of Research
1 V. Chengal Reddy Dr. G. Harinath Gowd Prof. MLS. Deva Kumar
Professor, Dept. of ME
JNTUA College of Engineering, Anantapuramu
21-04-2015 Laser Beam Machining

Full-Time Research Scholars Details 2015-2016 Batch

S.No Scholar Name Guide Name Co-Guide from JNTUA College of Engineering, Anantapur Date of Admission Area of Research
1 T. Siva Prasad Dr. C. Yuvaraj Dr. K. Prahlada Rao
Principal,
JNTUA College of Engineering, Ananthapuramu
2015-16 Composite Materials
2 H. Raghavendra Dr. P. Suryanarayana Raju Dr. K. Hemachandra Reddy
Professor, Dept. of ME,
JNTUA College of Engineering, Ananthapuramu
2015-16 Renewable Energy
3 Bazani Shaik Dr. G. Harinath Gowd Prof. B. Durga Prasad
Professor, Dept. of ME,
JNTUA College of Engineering, Ananthapuramu
2015-16 Friction Stir process

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Research in the Department


Research plays a significant role in the success of any academic institution. Sustained research in academia is imperative not only for continuous learning and development of the faculty, in tune with the evolving technology, but also for producing quality graduates who benefit from the culture of exploration and innovation in a research intensive institution. Further, research and innovation are essential corner stones for upliftment of a nation and all institutions of higher education should play an instrumental role in promoting research on their campus, both among faculty and students.

The vision and mission statements of Department of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, as well as those of the institution, give much emphasis research promotion and accordingly the department, over the last decade, has strived to build a brand for its research. Through these efforts, the Department was able to rapidly enhance its research output in terms of metrics like funded research, consultancy, publications, and patents.

Faculty publications

Department faculty are actively publishing their research findings in peer reviewed and widely indexed journals as well as conference proceedings. The original findings published by the Department faculty have been receiving extensive citations from other researchers across the world. Given below is a list of recent publications by the department faculty.



Title of paper Name of the author/s Name of journal Year of publication DOI
A comprehensive study on emission and performance characteristics of a diesel engine fueled with nanoparticle-blended biodiesel Yuvarajan Devarajan, Beemkumar Nagappan, Ganesan Subbiah Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-019-04446-1
Experimental investigation on mechanical properties of Al7075/Al2O3/Mg NMMC’s by stir casting method S Suresh, G Harinath Gowd and M l S Deva Kumar Sadhana 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12046-018-1021-9
Synthesis of electrical discharge metal matrix composite coating through compacted semi-sintered electrode and its tribological studies Ilangovan Arun, C. Yuvaraj , P. Selvarani, J. S. Senthilkumaar, S. Thamizhmanii, P. Muruganandam Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40430-019-1718-7
Influence of Multi-hole Technique on Fabrication of Surface Nanocomposite by Friction Stir Processing Parumandla Naresh and Adepu Kumar Advances in Manufacturing Processes, Lecture Notes 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-1724-8_51
Performance improvement of cryogenic turning process during machining of 17-4 PH stainless steel using multi objective optimization techniques Potta Sivaiah , D. Chakradhar Measurement 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.measurement.2018.12.094
Determination of strength parameters of glass fibers reinforced composites for engineering applications M. Muralidhar Singh, Harinandan Kumar, G. Hemath Kumar, P. Sivaiah & K. V. Nagesha, K. M. Ajay, G. Vijaya Silicon 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12633-019-0078-3
Effect of cryogenic coolant on turning performance: a comparative Sivaiah Potta Sn Applied Sciences 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-018-0078-8
Characterization of Musa paradisiaca L. Cellulosic Natural Fibers from Agro-discarded Blossom Petal Waste R. Prithivirajan, P. Narayanasamy, Naiyf sulthan al-harbi, P. Balasundar, R. Shyamkumar, K. Pommurugan, T. Ramkumar & S. Senthil Journal of Natural Fibers 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1080/15440478.2019.1588826
Statistical evaluation and performance analysis of electrical discharge machining (EDM) characteristics of hard Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo alloy Perumal, A. Azhagurajan, S. Baskaran, R. Prithivirajan & P. Narayansamy Material Research Express 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/ab06da
Development of Black Corrosion-Resistant Ceramic Oxide Coatings on AA7075 by Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation Ramesh Babu Nagumothu, Arunnellaiappan Thangavelu, Arun Mohan Nair, Arun Sukumaran, Tomson Anjilivelil Trans Indian Inst Met 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12666-018-1459-9
Synthesis of electrical discharge metal matrix composite coating through compacted semi-sintered electrode and its tribological studies Arun Ilangovan, C. Yuvaraj, Selvarani P, Senthilkumaar J S, Thamizhmanii. S, Muruganandam. P Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40430-019-1718-7
Experimental investigation of tool wear in cryogenically treated insert during end milling of hard Ti alloy Vinothkumar Sivalingam, Jie Sun, Baskaran Selvam, Pradeep Kumar Murugasen, Bin Yang, Saad Waqar Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40430-019-1612-3
Unsteady mixed convection past a circular cylinder using ghost fluid cascaded lattice Boltzmann method (GF-CLBM) Vidyasagar Ravindra, Sampath Kumar Chinige, Kameswararao Anupindi, Arvind Pattamatta Int J Adv Eng Sci Appl Math 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12572-018-0232-y
Investigation on behavior of diesel engine performance, emission, and combustion characteristics using nano-additive in neat biodiesel Yuvarajan Devarajan, Dinesh Babu Munuswamy, Arulprakashajothi Mahalingam Heat and Mass Transfer 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00231-018-02537-2
Experimental evaluation of combustion, emission and performance of research diesel engine fueled di-methyl- carbonate and biodiesel blends Yuvarajan Devarajan Atmospheric Pollution Research 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apr.2018.12.007
Comparative experimental study on parabolic trough collector integrated with thermal energy storage system by using different reflective materials Nagappan Beemkumar, Devarajan Yuvarajan, Alagu Karthikeyan, Subbiah Ganesan Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10973-018-07989-6
Effect of di-ethyl-ether on biodiesel fueled diesel Engine A. Devaraj, Yuvarajan Devarajan & Kanna I. Vinoth International Journal of Ambient Energy 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1080/01430750.2018.1557546
Wear behaviour of Al 7075/SiC/Mg metal matrix nano composite by liquid state process S. Suresh, G. Harinath Gowd & M. L. S. Deva Kumar Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42114-018-0054-1d
Multi response optimization of laser beam micromilling using Taguchi based grey relational analysis V. Chengal Reddy,G. Harinath Gowd, M.L.S. Deva Kumar International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET) 2018-2019 Volume 9, issue 10, October 2018, pp. 1043–1050
Influence of Microstructure on the Nanomechanical Properties of Polymorphic Phases of Poly vinylidene fluoride Suresh Guduru, Sanjay Jatav, G Mallikarjuna chari, M. S. Ramachandra Rao, Pijush Ghosh, and Dillip Kumar Satapathy The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcb.8b05972
Effect of Al2O3 and SiC Nano Reinforcements on Microstructure, Mechanical and Wear Properties of Surface Nanocomposites Fabricated by Friction Stir Processing Naresh Parumandla, Kumar Adepu Materials Science 2018-2019 http://dx.doi.org/10.5755/j01.ms.24.3.18220
Effect of tool shoulder geometry on fabrication of Al/Al2O3 surface nano composite by friction stir processing Naresh Parumandla & Kumar Adepu Particulate Science and Technology 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1080/02726351.2018.1490361
Modeling and optimization of sustainable manufacturing process in machining of 17-4 PH stainless steel P. Sivaiah , D. Chakradhar Measurement 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.measurement.2018.10.067
Tool Wear Analysis of Micro End Mills - Uncoated and PVD Coated TiAlN & AlTiN in High Speed Micro Milling of Titanium Alloy - Ti-0.3Mo-0.8Ni P. Sivaiah, P. Mallikarjuna, B. Uma, K. Venkata Chalapathi I-Manager’s Journal on Mechanical Engineering 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.26634/jme.8.4.14190
Effect of Feed Rate and Constant D.O.P. by Burnishing Process on Non-Ferrous Metals Chakradhar Bandapalli, Bharatkumar Mohanbhai Sutaria, Dhananjay Vishnu Prasad Bhatt, Kundan Kumar Singh Procedia CIRP 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2018.08.191
Elevated corrosion in strain hardened Al-Mg alloy S.Thamizhmanii, J.S.Senthilkumar, Arun I and Sulaiman Hasan Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering 2018 Vol II 2018-2019 WCE 2018, July 4-6, 2018, London, U.K.
Microstructure, Structure, Mechanical, and Salt Fog Resistance Properties of Titanium Nitride Films on AZ31B Mg-alloy Neetu, Subhash Singh, P. Nageshwar Rao, R. Jayaganathan, A. Midathada, Kartikey Verma, Uday K. Ravella Vacuum 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vacuum.2018.09.010
Adsorption isotherms, kinetics and thermodynamic simulation of CO2-CSAC pair for cooling application Shankernath V , Lakshun Naidu K, Ghanashyam Krishna M, Padmanabhan K. A National Conference on Physics and Chemistry of Materials 2018-2019 27th - 28th December 2018, Indore - India
Adsorption isotherms, kinetics and thermodynamic simulation of CO2-CSAC pair for cooling application Vinod Kumar Singh, E. Anil Kumar, Bidyut Baran Saha Energy 2018-2019 10.1016/j.energy.2018.07.063
Statistical analysis of Co-efficient of friction during dry sliding wear behaviour of TiC reinforced Aluminium Metal Matrix Composites Baskaran S, Anandakrishnan V Materials Today: Proceedings 2018-2019 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2018.03.009
Experimental Investigations on Friction Stir Welding Process to Join Aluminum Alloys Bazani Shaik Dr. G. Harinath Gowd, Dr. B. Durgaprasad International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 2017-2018
Mechanical Behavior of AL 7075 Reinforced with Al2O3 and SIC Nano Particles Fabricated by STIR Casting Method S. Suresh, G. Harinath Gowd & M. L. S. Deva Kumar International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development 2017-2018 http://dx.doi.org/10.24247/ijmperdapr201858
Processing and Mechanical Testings of 7075 AL Matrix Composite Reinforced with AL2O3 Nano-Particles Fabricated by Stir Casting Route S. Suresh, G. Harinath Gowd & M. L. S. Deva Kumar Trans Stellar 2017-2018 http://dx.doi.org/10.24247/ijmperdapr201862
Deposition and Characterization of Aluminium Thin film Coatings using DC Magnetron Sputtering Process Muralidhar Singh M, Vijaya G, Krupashankara M S, B K Sridhara, T N Shridhar Materials Today: Proceedings 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2018.01.050
Analysis and Modeling of Cryogenic Turning Operation Using Response Surface Methodology P. Sivaiah, D. Chakradhar Silicon 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12633-018-9816-1
The Effectiveness of a Novel Cryogenic Cooling Approach on Turning Performance Characteristics During Machining of 17-4 PH Stainless Steel Material P. Sivaiah, D. Chakradhar Silicon 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12633-018-9875-3
Effect of cryogenic coolant on turning performance characteristics during machining of 17-4 PH stainless steel: A comparison with MQL, wet, dry machining P. Sivaiah, D. Chakradhar CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cirpj.2018.02.004
Characterization of cellulosic fibers from Morus alba L. stem R. Prithivirajan, P. Balasundar, R. Shyamkumar, Naiyf sulthan al-harbi, Shine Kadaikunnan, T. Ramkumar & P. Narayanasamy Journal of Natural Fibers 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1080/15440478.2018.1426079
Extraction and Characterization of New Natural Cellulosic Chloris barbata Fiber P. Balasundar, P. Narayanasamy, P. Senthamaraikannan, S. Senthil, R. Prithivirajan & T. Ram Kumar Journal of Natural Fibers 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1080/15440478.2017.1349015
Influence of helix twisted tape on heat transfer and friction factor in forced circulation V-trough solar water heater A. Saravanan, J. S. Senthilkumaar, S. Jaisankar & J. Ananth International Journal of Sustainable Energy 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1080/14786451.2018.1476352
Experimental investigation of process parameters during environment friendly turning process KM. Senthil Kumar, R. Thirumalai , J.S. Senthilkumar and M. Chandrasekharan. Ecology, Environment and Conservation Paper 2017-2018 Vol 24, Feb. Suppl. Issue, pp. 422-427
Wear behaviour of Mg alloys and their composites – a review Abhijit Dey, Krishna Murari Pandey International Journal of Materials Research 2017-2018 Vol. 109, No. 11, pp. 1050-1070
Experimental investigation of top burr formation in high-speed micro-end milling of titanium alloy Chakradhar Bandapalli, Kundan Kumar Singh, Bharatkumar Mohanbhai Sutaria & Dhananjay Vishnuprasad Bhatt Machining Science and Technology 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1080/10910344.2018.1449213
Effect of Feed Rate on Difficult to Cut Metals on Surface Roughness and Tool Wear Using Surface Treated and Untreated Tools S.Thamizhmanii, Dr.C.Yuvaraj, JS Senthilkumar, Arun I and , Sulaiman Procedia Manufacturing 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.promfg.2019.02.032
Experimental investigations to reduce unwanted evaporative losses of drinking water from a clay pot Vijesh V Joshi, Manvendra Tiwari , and A Subba Rao IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899X/377/1/012162
Fabrication of Si3N4 thin films on phynox alloy substrates for electronic applications V. Shankernath, K. Lakshun Naidu, M. Ghanashyam Krishna, and K. A. Padmanabhan AIP Conference Proceedings 2017-2018 https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5028905
Structural and vibrational Analysis of hybrid composite marine propeller A.Praven kumar S.Praveen kumar Sreenivasulubejawada ELIXIN 2015-2016
Failure analysis of buttress, acme and modified and square threaded steel is2062 Tie Rods in assembly using FEA N.Theja B.Sreenivasulu N.satish kumar ELIXIN 2015-2016
Optimization of Turning Pross Parameters of AI 6061/si3 N4 MMC using GA Sreenivasulubejawada G. Sreekanth Reddy ELIXIN 2015-2016
Predictive Machine ability of Lm25 aluminum alloy in CNC turning operation with the help of taguchi technique Shakeela.K Manu ravuri Gunasekhar reddy.G international journal of innovative Research in science, Engineering technology 2015-2016 Vol4
Design and analysis of rear under-run protection device for safety of passenger car V.Nagarjuna, G.Guru mahesh international journal of advanced engineering research and science 2015-2016 Vol-2
Failure analysis of a center bearing bracket mount of a propeller shaft in BS-2 buses M.jeevan Prasad G.Guru Mahesh D.Krishna mohan raju International journal of Current Engineering and technology 2015-2016 Vol 5
A Numerical Study On Cavitation In Diesel Fuel Injector Dr.E.S.Prakash Yankana Gouda Raghavendra.H Ravi.K IJSART 2015-2016 VOL 2
BUCKLING ANALYSIS OF TRACTOR TIE ROD SUBJECTED TO COMPRESSIVE LOAD Ravi.k Raghavendra.k International Journal Of Mechanical And Industeral Technology 2015-2016 VOL 2
A Review Diverse Materials Applied For Additive Manufacturing P.Mohammed Rizwan Alli C.Reddy Hara Theja Syed Mahammad Syed Saheb C.Yuvaraj Interational Journal for Research in applied &engineering 2015-2016 VOL 3
Experimental Studies On Austenitic Stainless Steel Using Co2 Laser Cutting Machine U.Naga Raju P.Rajesh T.Visnuvardhan G.Harinath Gowd ELIXIN 2015-2016
Experimental And Parametric Studies Nd:Yag Laser Drilling On Austenitic Stainless Steel P.RAJESH U. NAGARAJU G.HARINATH GOWD T.VISHNU VADHAN International Journal Of Manufacturing Technology 2015-2016 DOI 10.1007/S00170-015-7639-4
Vibration Properties Of 3d Printed/ Rapid Prototype Parts S.Krishna Chaitanya Dr.K Madhavareddy Sai Nagasri Harsha,Ch international journal of innovative Research in science, Engineering technology 2015-2016 VOL 4
Response characteristics of super tall building effects of number of sides and helical angle Y.C.kim E.K.bandi A.yoshida Y.Tamura Journal of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics 2015-2016 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/jweia.2015.07.00
Microstructural and mechanical characterization of TI6AI4V refurbished parts obtained by laser metal deposition Ramesh Raju Muthukannan Duraiselvam Vijay petley Shweta verma R.Rajendran Material science & engineering A 2015-2016 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/jweia.2015.07.0
Fabrication And Experimental Analysis Of E- Glass Epoxy Lamination\Ts G.maruthi presad Yadav G.sudhakar H.raghavendra k.jeevan kumar H.M Channabasava swamy F.ismail G Ravi Kishore B.mallikarjuna Interational Journal Of Mechanical And Industrial Technology 2015-2016 Vol3
Experimental investigation on the performance of parabolic through solar collector with magnifying glasses G.maruthi presad Yadav M.Lakanath H.Raghavendra Ksai seetha ram reddy R.satya Narayana reddy BHanumantha p.chand Basha T.Md irfanulla K.pandu ranga Interational Journal for Research in applied &engineering 2015-2016 Vol3
An Experimental Analysis On Tne Effect Of Filler Material Caco3 G.Maruthi Presad Yadav G.Lokeswara Rao M.Madduleti H.Raghavendra P.Anil Kumar K.Vijeyudu K.S.Mb Yusuf International Journal Of Engineering Research And Reviews 2015-2016 VOL 3 ISS2
An Experimental Prototype Of Micro Hydro Power Generation G.Maruthi Presad Yadav H.Raghavendra K.vijay bhasakar redddy M.ashok K.chakridhar reddy P.S.Gchandra sekhar reddy International Journal Of Mechanical And Industrial Technology 2015-2016 Vol.3 iss 1
Experimental investigation on the performance parameters of 4-steoke multi cylinder diesel engine by using diesel and biodiesel with turbocharger G.Maruthi Presad Yadav H.raganna A.Siva Prasad A.siva K.Sunil kumar K.Nagaraju E.shivashankar goud International Journal Of Engineering Research And Reviews 2015-2016 Vol.3 iss2
Experimental and numerical study of the influence of volume fraction on tensile and flexural strength of e glass epoxy cross ply laminations Dr.yadavalli basavaraj Raghavendra H Interational Journal Of Mechanical And Industrial Technology 2015-2016 Vol 3 issue 1
Optimization And Process Parameters Of Cnc End Milling For Aluminum Alloy 6082 Bathina .Sreenivasulu Novateur PublicationsInternational Journal Of Innovations In Engineering Research And Technology [Ijiert 2014-15 Vol 2,Iss 1jan
Application Of ANOVA And ANN Technique For Optimize Of CNC Machining Parameters Bathina .Sreenivasulu Novateur Publicationsinternational Journal Of Innovations In Engineering Research And Technology [Ijiert 2014-15 VOLUME 1, ISSUE
Optimization of process parameters in drilling of EN 31 steel usingTaguchi method Adikesavulu.R Sreenivasulu. Bathina Sreenivasulu. Bezawada Novateur Publicationsinternational Journal Of Innovations In Engineering Research And Technology [Ijiert] 2014-15
experimental analysis of tubehydroforming Bathina Sreenivasulu, B Anjaneya Reddy And B Sreenivasulu1 International Journal Of Mechanical Engineering And Robotics Research 2014-15 Vol. 3 No1
simulative analysis of tube hydroforming process B.Sreenivasulu1, G. Prasanthi, T. Naresh Kumar International Journal Of Research In Engineering And Technology 2014-15
Optimal Design For Laser Beam Butt Welding Process Parameter For Inconel Using Artificial Neural Networks Dr. G.Harinath Gowd1, M. Gunasekhar Reddy, Bathina Sreenivasulu, Rayudu Peyyala International Journal Of Emerging Technology And Advanced Engineering 2014-15 Volume 3, Issue 4
Failure analysis of buttress, acme and modified and square threaded mild steel(is2062) tie rods Bathina SreenivasulBathina Sreenivasulu Theja.N S.praveen Kumar Novateur publications international journal of innovations in engineering research and technology [ijiert] 2014-15 Vol 1
Design and analysis of a cement mortar lining machine shaft hub and corresponding bolts M.sreelekha S.praveen Kumar Sreenivasulubejawada International journal of scientific Research 2014-15 Vol 2
Optimization of parameters in drilling of EN 31 Steel using Taguchi method Adikesavulu.R Sreenivasulubejawada Bathina Sreenivasulu Novateur publications international journal of innovations in engineering research and technology [ijiert] 2014-15 Vol 1
Design and analysis of a cement mortar lining machine shaft hub and corresponding bolts M.sreelekha S.praveen Kumar Sreenivasulubejawada International journal of scientific Research 2014-15 Vol 3
Structural and modal Analysis of Marine Engine Helical Gear K.Irshad M,Vamsi Krishna Sreenivasulubejawada International journal of scientific Research 2014-15 Vol 3
Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of polyamide-Egg Shell Powder Composite Materials Challa Ramesh M. vamsi Krishna Sreenivasulubejawada International journal of science & Technoledge 2014-15
Harmonic Analysis of Nab Propeller Replaced with composite Material M.LPavan Kishore R.K.Behera Sreenivasulubejawada International journal of Current Engineering and technology 2014-15 2347-5161
Modeling and coupled field analysis of polysilicon micro gripper using FEA N.Arun kumar Gunasekhar reddy Sreenivasulubejawada National monthly journal of Research in science & technology 2014-15 Vol 3
Design and analysis of a seater race car chassis frame D.lavanya G.guru mahesh v, ajay Dr.c.Yuvaraj International journal of Research in aeronautical and mechanical engineering 2014-15 Vol 2
Modeling And Coupled And Filed Analysis Of Polysilicon Micro Gripper Using FEA N.arun Kumar Gunasekhar Reddy Sreenivasulubejawada National monthly journal of Research in science & technology 2014-15 Vol 3
estimation of compression strength on hybrid composite corrugated sandwich coupons G.guru Mahesh G.guru saiprasad Dr.Harinath Gowd R.Manu International journal of Research of Engineering & technology 2014-15 VOL 3
design and analysis of a single race car chassis frame G.guru Mahesh D.Lavanya V.ajay Dr. yuvaraj International journal of Research in aeronautical and mechanical engineering 2014-15 VOL-2
modeling and thermal analysis of si engine piston using FEM G.guru Mahesh Dr.Harinath Gowd K.Ramesh babu International journal of mechanical engineering and robotics Research 2014-15 Vol 3
Experimental And Analytical Model For Surface Roughness Prediction During Face Turning Operation En 31 In Cnc Machine K.Sharmila S.Kareemulla, R.Manu Tractions on engineering and sciences 2014-15 Vol.2
Effects of electroplating on the mechanical properties of FDM-PLA parts Naveen kumar TV Mithun V Kulkarni Manu Ravuri International manager’s journal on Future Engineering & Technology 2014-15 Vol.10 – No. 3
Predictive Machinability of Lm25 aluminium alloy in CNC turning operation with the help of Taguchi Technique Shakeela. K Manu Ravuri Guna Sekhar Reddy. G International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 2014-15 Vol.4
Estimation of Compression Strength On Hybrid Composite Corrugated Sandwich Coupons G. Guru Sai Prasad Dr. G. Harinath Gowd G. Guru Mahesh R.Manu International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology 2014-15 Vol 8
Design and Fabrication of Paddy Dehusker P. Megashyam C.Yuvaraj R. Manu International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management 2014-15 Vol 3
Optimization Of Process Plans For Manufacturing Technique Using Tlbo Algorithm A.Bhargav K.Ravi IJSART 2014-15 VOL 2
Buckling Analysis Of Tractor Tie Rod Subjected To Compressive Load Raghavendra.k Ravi.k International Journal Of Mechanical And Industeral Technology 2014-15 VOL 2
Application Of Anova And Ann Technique For Optimize Of Chc Machining Parameters N.Prabhakar B.Sreenivasulu U. Nagaraju Novateur Publications International Journal Of Innovations In Engineering Research And Technology [Ijiert] 2014-15 VOL 1
Wind-induced responses tall building with various atypical building shapes Y.C.kim E.K.bandi A.yoshida Y.Tamura H.Tanaka Journal of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics 2014-15 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/jweia.2014.07.001
Numerical finite element investigation on laser cladding of aerospace components Ramesh Raju Muthukannan Duraiselvam Vijay petley ArunG.K Life cycle reliability safety engineering 2014-15 Vol 3 issue 3
Degradation through erosion mechanistic studies on in 718 superally under hot air jet conditions K.G Thirugnanasambantham amd S.Natarajan Journal of material engineering and performance 2014-15 DOI:10.1007/s11665-1538-6
Sliding Wer Behavior And Its Mechanisums Of Carbonitrided Aisi 8620 Steel At 100 C Under Unlubricated Conditons R.sankaran D.Rajamani S.Rajamani K.G Thirugnanasambantham Intitute Of Material Minerals And Mining 2014-15 DOI:10.1179/1743294415Y.000000090
Degradation mechanism for high temperature erosion in surface modified in718 superalloy K.G Thirugnanasambantham S.Natarajan Intitute Of Material Minerals And Mining 2014-15 DOI:10.1179/1743294414Y.0000000377
modeling and experimental investigation of the sound and emissions performance for 4 stoke multi cylinder with an aqua silencer G.maruthi Prasad k.nagaraju h.raghavendra B.malli karjuna reddy G.narayana reddy j bharat kumar K.Srikanth K.Jagadesh International journal for research in applied science engineering technology 2014-15 Vol 3 issue5
Design Analysis & Optimization Of An Automotive Disc Brake G.Rajith Kumar S.Thriveni M.Rajasekhar Reddy Dr. G Harinath Gowd International journal OF Advanced Engineering Researvch And Science 2014-15 VOL. 3 ISSU 3
Performance Investigation Of Di Diesel Engine With Combined Neem And Pongamia Oil Blends Manu Ravuri M. Rajasekhar Reddy D.Harsha Vadhan K.Mohammed Muzahid International journal OF Advancement Engineering Research And technology 2014-15 VOL 1 ISSU1

Details of Patents Generated at the Department



The Intellectual Property (IP) output of the department has been growing steadily with more number of patents being applied year on year. Given below is a list of patents filed by department faculty in recent years.



2019-20
Name Title of the patent Submitted Published Status
Dr. G. Hemanth Kumar, Mr. A. Vasudeva Reddy, Dr. C. Yuvaraj, Dr. H. Mohit Removal apparatus for cylindrical polymer matrix composite (PMC) parts fabricated by compression cum extruder method 10/07/2019 02/08/2019 Published
Dr. G. Hemanth Kumar, Dr. Rajesh Purohit, H. Babu Vishwanath, H. Mohit, N.Karthikeyan Development of waste nano chicken keratin fiber and Al-SiCnp reinforced hybrid polymer composites 09/07/2019 02/08/2019 Filed & Published
H Mohit, Dr. G. Hemanth Kumar, H Babu Vishwanath, Sanjay Mavinkere Rangappa, Dr.-ing. Habil Suchart Siengchin, G.R Arpita Development of Car Bumper Material Utilizing Sugarcane Nanocellulose, Dry Leaves Fiber, Glass Fiber and Al-SiCnp Reinforced Hybrid Polymer Composites 070/7/2019 02/08/2019 Filed & Published
2018-19
Name Title of the patent Submitted Published Status
Dr. G. Hemanth, H. Babu Vishwanath, Dr. M. Illampoornan, Dr. Harinath Gowd, Dr.H.Mohit A Novel hole making technique during the thermoforming on Plastic Sheets 02/05/2019 24/05/2019 Filed & Published
Dr. G. Hemanth Kumar, Mr. H. Mohit, Dr. Sanjay Mavinkare Rangappa, Mr. H. Babu Vishwanath, Dr. Yogesha Plants Dry Stem Waste Nano Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites 05/03/2019 15/03/2019 Filed & Published
Dr. G. Hemanth Kumar, A.Vasudeva Reddy, H.Mohit Unidirectional Manufacturing of Luffa Fiber reinforcement polymer matrix composite through compression through compression cum extruder die set-up for cylindrical parts. 21/11/2018 30/11/2018 Filed & Published
Dr.Ilampoornan, Mr.Vikash, Dr.G.Hemanth Kumar An improved voltage compensation technique for long sag condition using ac chopper. 13/08/2018 17/08/2018 Filed
2017-18
Name Title of the patent Submitted Published Status
Mr. Harinandan kumar, Dr. Muralidhar Singh, M. Hemanth Kumar, Dr. P.Sivaiah, Dr. T. Vishnu Vardhan, Dr. K. V. Nagesha Utilization of Waste Polyethylene Bags and Fly Ash for Engineering Application 11/05/2018 25/05/2018 Filed & Published
Dr. M. Muralidhar Singh, Mr.Harinandan Kumar, Dr. G. Hemanth Kumar, Dr. K. V. Nagesha, Mr. Vijaya. G. Development of New Thermal Absorber Coatings for Enhanced Solar Application 12/02/2018 16/02/2018 Filed & Published
Dr.G.Hemanth Kumar, Dr.C.Yuvaraj, Mr.Harinandan Kumar, Dr.P.Sivaiah, Mr.Prabhu Jayaraman New Invention of Low-Cost Creep Testing Machine with Variable Temperature and Environmental and Environmental Conditions for Composite Material (PMMC) 26/12/2017 05/01/2018 Filed & Published
Dr.P.Sivaiah, Dr.D.Chakradhar, Mrs.B.Uma, Mr.Harinandan Kumar, Dr.G.Hemanth kumar, Mr.P.Mallikarjuna Apparatus for mist coupled cryogenic cutting fluids delivery system 26/12/2017 05/01/2018 Filed & Published
Dr.P.Sivaiah, Dr.D.Chakradhar, Mrs.B.Uma, Mr.Harinandan Kumar, Dr.G.Hemanth Kumar Jet stream turning holder for cryogenic spray/jet cooling applications 05/12/2017 15/12/2017 Filed & Published
Dr. Harinandan Kumar, Dr.G.Hemanth Kumar Apparatus for Determination of CO2/CH4 Adsorption/Desorption Capacity on Intact as well as Powdered Samples 06/11/2017 17/11/2017 Filed & Published
Dr.G.Hemanth Kumar, Mr.H.Mohit, Mr.H.Babu Vishwanath Development of Dry Leaves Fiber Epoxy Composites for Cupboard Door 04/09/2017 22/09/2017 Filed & Published
Dr.P.Kiranna Kumar A hyper-elastic-boundary-element based surgical-simulator for training surgeons in a few eye-hand-coordination tasks related to minimally invasive surgery 28/06/2017 07/07/2017 Filed & Published
Dr.Vijesh Vasanth Joshi A system for gravity-based dispersion of sublimation material 04/04/2017 22/9/2017 Filed & Published
2016-17
Name Title of the patent Submitted Published Status
Dr.Vijesh Vasanth Joshi A mixed farming system for crop cultivation and fish farming. 25/05/2017 02/06/2017 Filed & Published

Revenue generated from consultancy


Department faculty are involved in providing engineering consultancy for industry in the areas of heat transfer equipment design and composite materials fabrication. Details of recent consultancy projects taken up by the faculty are provided below.



Name of the teacher-consultants Name of the facility and department Name of consultancy project Consulting/Sponsoring agency with contact details Year Revenue generated (INR in Lakhs)
Dr. G. Hemath Kumar Mechanical Engineering Composite Research Blendsteel Engineering Pvt Ltd 2017-2018 4.5
Dr. Prasanna Kumar Lakshmi Duvvi Mechanical Engineering Design of a heat exchanger to be incorporated in the given design for an autoclave Technoconfluence Intelligent engineering solution Pvt Ltd 2018-2019 0.3
Dr. Prasanna Kumar Lakshmi Duvvi Mechanical Engineering Coil Design of Evaporators in Ecofrost cold room Ecofrost Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 2018-2019 0.04161

Details of Funded Research Projects in the Department




The department received its first externally funded project in the year 2013-14 and since then the research funding to the department has steadily grown to ₹ 1,42,61,290/- as on today. Given below is a list of funded research projects carried out in the Department in recent years.

Academic Year 2019-20

Funding Agency : DST ; Scheme-CRG

S.No Name of the Principal Investigator Department Sanctioned Letter Number with date Project Title Duration of the Project Total Sanctioned Amount Status of the Projects
1 P.I Dr.Srijan Sengupta
Co PI Dr.PBN Prasad
Co PI Dr.Harikrishna
ME
ME
Physics
File Number: CRG/2019/001440 dated:14.12.2019 Novel in-situ volume contractible metal halide negative electrodes for high performance lithium-ion batteries 3 years Rs.32,00,000/- Approved
Total Amount Rs.32,00,000/-

Academic Year 2016-17

Funding Agency : DST-SERB

S.No Name of the Principal Investigator Sanctioned Letter Number with date Project Title Duration of the Project Total Sanctioned Amount Status of the Projects
1 Dr.I.Arun & Dr.C.Yuvaraj File No.ECR/2016/000470, dated:08.09.2016 Investigation and Characterization of Electrical Discharge Coated (EDC) Alloys for Mitigation of Biological Fouling on Maritime Structures. 3 years Rs.38,37,690/- Ongoing
Total Amount Rs.38,37,690/-

Institute of Engineers, Kolkatta

S.No Name of the Principal Investigator Sanctioned Letter Number with date Project Title Duration of the Project Total Sanctioned Amount Status of the Projects
1 Dr. C. Yuvaraj & Mr. Bathina Sreenivasulu File No. R.4/2/UG/16-17/UG2017049, dated:12.04.2017 Development of High Strength Material for Micro Air Vehicle Structures 1 year Rs.25,000/- Completed
Total Amount Rs.25,000/-

Institute Funded

S.No Name of the Principal Investigator Sanctioned Letter Number with date Project Title Duration of the Project Total Sanctioned Amount Status of the Projects
1 Dr. C. Yuvaraj TEQIP-II/Seed Grant/MITS/Dec 2016 Design and Development of mixing equipment for producing SS 3161 – CNT composites by Metal injection molding process 6 months Rs.50,000/- Completed
2 Dr John Baruch TEQIP-II/Seed Grant/MITS/Dec 2016 Studies on Wear Behavior of H20 Steel parts produced by Additive Manufacturing 6 months Rs.60,000/- Completed
3 Dr. K. V. P. Chakradhar TEQIP-II/Seed Grant/MITS/Dec 2016 Development of Aluminium-Diamond composite for Heat Sink 6 months Rs.50,000/- Completed
4 Dr. A. Bala Raju TEQIP-II/Seed Grant/MITS/Dec 2016 Stores for smart cities(ATR) 6 months Rs.50,000/- Completed
5 Dr.T.Vishnu Vardhan TEQIP-II/Seed Grant/MITS/Dec 2016 Experimental investigations & Optimization of process parameters on various drilling techniques to reduce the delamination of GFRP composites 6 months Rs.55,000/- Completed
6 Mr. M. Vamsi Krishna TEQIP-II/Seed Grant/MITS/Dec 2016 Enhancement of Tar Cracking Efficiency using Nano Catalyst for Biomass Gasification 6 months Rs.50,000/- Completed
7 Dr. S. Bhaskaran TEQIP-II/Seed Grant/MITS/Dec 2016 Investigation on Wear resistance of high strength aluminum alloy under cryogenic treatment 6 months Rs.50,000/- Completed
8 Dr. G. Sayiram TEQIP-II/Seed Grant/MITS/Dec 2016 Development of Laser Peening of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding for Inconel 800H and Stainless steel AISI 321 Dissimilar Metals 6 months Rs.50,000/- Completed
Total Amount Rs.4,15,000/-

Academic Year 2015-16

Funding Agency: DST-SERB

S.No Name of the Principal Investigator Sanctioned Letter Number with date Project Title Duration of the Project Total Sanctioned Amount Status of the Projects
1 Dr.P.Suryanarayana raju File No. YSS/2014/000894, dated:18.09.2015 Simulation and Analysis of Fire Accidents in Passenger Train Cars 3 years 25,79,600 Ongoing
2 Dr. G. Harinath gowd File No. SB/FTP/ETA-0178/2014, dated:20.07.2015 Experimental Investigations and Hybrid Approach for Modelling and Multi Objective Optimization of Pulsed Laser Milling of Micro-Channels 3 years 34,39,000 Ongoing
Total Amount Rs.60,18,600/-

Academic Year 2014-15

Funding Agency: UGC-SERO MINOR PROJECT

S.No Name of the Principal Investigator Sanctioned Letter Number with date Project Title Duration of the Project Total Sanctioned Amount Status of the Projects
1 Mr Gunasekhar Reddy M File No. MRP-6098/15(SERO/UGC), dated:01.01.2015 Design and Development of Hybrid Vehicle for Physically Challenged Persons 2 years Rs.3,30,000/- completed
2 Mr Bathina Sreenivasullu File No. MRP-6099/15(SERO/UGC), dated:01.01.2015 Analysis and Optimization of Tube Hydroforming Process Parameters for Corrosion Resistance Material 2 years Rs.3,85,000/- completed
Total Amount Rs.7,15,000/-

Academic Year 2013-14

Funding Agency: Institute of Engineers,Kolkatta

S.No Name of the Principal Investigator Sanctioned Letter Number with date Project Title Duration of the Project Total Sanctioned Amount Status of the Projects
1 Dr. C. Yuvaraj & Mr. Bathina Sreenivasulu File No. R.4/2/UG/13-14(IE), dated:23.10.2013 Design and Fabrication of Multi-Crop Smashing Combination Thresher 1 year Rs.50,000/- Completed
Total Amount Rs.50,000/-

Faculty

The highly qualified faculty of the department come with varied academic backgrounds and prior experience in academia as well as industry from reputed organizations across the world. Majority of the faculty have Doctoral degrees from premier institutions in India like IITs and IISc as well as from foreign universities. Faculty also have a strong publication record in reputed journals and their works are widely cited in literature. The faculty specializations are spread across the whole spectrum of technological areas that come under the broad discipline of mechanical engineering.


S.No Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification H-Index (scopus) Profile
1 Dr. Vladimir Kulish Distinguished Professor & VP-Global Ph.D. (Southern Methodist University) View Profile
2 Dr. P. Suryanarayana Raju Professor & Head Ph.D. (West Virginia University) 7 View Profile
3 Dr. Prasanna Kumar Duvvi Professor Ph.D. (Lamar University) 0 View Profile
4 Dr. C. Yuvaraj Professor & Principal Ph.D. (Bangalore University) 3 View Profile
5 Dr. Senthil Kumaar J S Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) 8 View Profile
6 Dr. S. Thamizhmanii Professor Ph.D. (University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia) 5 View Profile
7 Dr. G. Harinath Gowd Professor Ph.D. (JNTUA, Anantapur) 5 View Profile
8 Dr. Ram Krishna Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (The University of Leicester, United Kingdom) View Profile
9 Dr. Uday Krishna Ravella Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (Université du Maine, Le mans, France) 5 View Profile
10 Dr. S. Baskaran Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Tiruchirappalli) 4 View Profile
11 Dr. I. Arun Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Tiruchirappalli) 3 View Profile
12 Dr. G. Sadasiva Prasad Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (JNTUA, Anantapur) View Profile
13 Dr. V. Vamsidhar Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (JNTUA, Anantapur) View Profile
14 Dr. G. Mallikarjunachari Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Madras) 3 View Profile
15 Dr. R. Prithivi Rajan Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) 5 View Profile
16 Dr. K. V. Nagesha Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (NITK, Surathkal) 1 View Profile
17 Dr. P. Sivaiah Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Karnataka) 8 View Profile
18 Dr. D. Yuvarajan Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) 43 View Profile
19 Dr. B. Chakradhar Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (SVNIT, Surat) 3 View Profile
20 Dr. P. Naresh Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Warangal) 2 View Profile
21 Dr. Arun Nellaiappan T Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Trichy) 10 View Profile
22 Dr. Muralidhar Singh. M Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (VTU, Belagavi) 4 View Profile
23 Dr. Vinod Kumar Singh Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Indore) 9 View Profile
24 Dr. Ashish Agarwal Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Kanpur) 4 View Profile
25 Dr. V. Shanker Nath Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (University of Hyderabad) 2 View Profile
26 Dr. N. Shiva Kumar Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Warangal) 2 View Profile
27 Dr. kulmani Mehar Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Rourkela) 21 View Profile
28 Dr. Anshuman Das Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Rourkela) 10 View Profile
29 Dr. Pawan Kumar Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIEST, Shibpur) 1 View Profile
30 Dr. Ankit Saxena Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Roorkee) View Profile
31 Dr. Ali Abbas Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Roorkee) 1 View Profile
32 Dr. Alok Bhadauria Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Kharagpur) 6 View Profile
33 Dr. Tuhin Deshamukhya Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Silchar) 5 View Profile
34 Dr. P. Pratap Naidu Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Warangal) 1 View Profile
35 Dr. Hanmant Phadatare Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Jodhpur) 3 View Profile
36 Dr. Amit Kumar Rai Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Kanpur) View Profile
37 Dr. Shince V. Joseph Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Rourkela) 4 View Profile
38 Dr. Amit Kumar Jain Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Indore) View Profile
39 Dr. Ch. Sateesh Kumar Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Rourkela) 5 View Profile
40 Dr. Saurabh Tiwari Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Indore) 5 View Profile
41 Dr. Arvind Kumar Agrawal Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Guwahati) View Profile
42 Dr. Subodh Kumar Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT (ISM) Dhanbad) View Profile
43 Dr. Kamlesh Kumar Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Rourkela) View Profile
44 Dr. Pravesh Kumar Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Jodhpur) 2 View Profile
45 Mr. Sakthivel K Asst. Professor M.S., (Ph.D.) (IIT, Madras) View Profile
46 Mr. Kush Kumar Dewangan Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (IIT, Kharagpur) 1 View Profile
47 Mr. Shanmukhasundaram V. R. Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (BITS Pilani, Hyderabad) 2 View Profile
48 Mr. Vishal Jagota Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Hamirpur) 1 View Profile
49 Mr. Manu Ravuri Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (VELS University, Chennai) View Profile
50 Mr. Pujari Rajesh Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Tiruchirappalli) View Profile
51 Mr. H. Raghavendra Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (JNTUA, Ananthapuramu) View Profile
52 Mr. Mudassir Khan Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
53 Mr. P. Meghashyam Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
54 Mr. G. S. Vijay Kumar Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
55 Mr. D. Venugopal Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
56 Mr. B. Siva Kumar Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
57 Mr. G. Lokender Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
58 Mr. Mohammed Yaseen Kotwal Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
59 Mr. N. Siva Balaji Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
60 Mr. M. Revantha Kumar Asst. Professor M.Tech. View Profile
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Department Infrastructure

To facilitate effectual teaching and learning activities, the department has excellent infrastructure, which includes:


  • Air-conditioned seminar hall
  • State-of-the-art digital classroom
  • All IT enabled classrooms
  • Classrooms with sound systems
  • Well-equipped laboratories
  • Continuously upgraded computer facilities
  • Well-stocked Department library
  • Research Labs

The department has ample labs, even beyond curriculum requirements, which are used by students from all years of study. The labs are allotted to the students for every week as per the timetable. Apart from the regular labs, research lab is also available for faculties and students to carry out their research and project work. The maintenance of infrastructure and facilities at the Department is carried out in a timely and thorough manner to ensure maximum availability and minimum downtime of the equipment and services. All the lab facilities and services are made available to the students even in the after-hours and holidays to enable their maximum utilization and benefit to the students.

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Department Library


The department has a dedicated library for the students which houses the following facilities

  • Personal computers: 03
  • Number of Volumes: 476
  • Project reports: 449
  • Lab manuals: 25
  • Magazines: 03

Lab Facilities for Academics

The Department of Mechanical Engineering features more than adequate and well-equipped laboratories for running the UG as well as PG programs offered in the Department. The list of the laboratories along with the details of major equipment in each of them is provided below.



Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • Hydraulic turbines - Pelton Wheel, Kaplan Turbine and Francis Turbine
  • Multistage and single stage hydraulic pumps
  • Fluid mechanics experimental setups
  • Hydraulic ram
  • Accessories like stopwatches tachometers etc.,
  • Closed Circuits Combined Venture & orifice meter test rig
  • Closed Circuit Turbine flow meter test rig
  • Closed Circuit sudden head losses in varying cross section pipe line test rig.

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Thermal Engineering Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • Two stroke, four stroke diesel, petrol engines
  • Variable compression ratio engine
  • Two stage air compressor
  • Refrigeration test rig
  • Accessories like stopwatches and tachometers
  • Electrical and mechanical dynamometers
  • Cut section models of 2 stroke and four stroke engines

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Mechanics of Solids Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • Universal Testing Machine of 40 Tons capacity
  • Torsion testing machine
  • Spring testing machine
  • Impact testing
  • Hardness testing machines
  • simply supported beams

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Machine Tools & Metrology Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • 11 Lathes
  • Milling machine
  • Shaping machines
  • Drilling machine
  • Grinding machines
  • Inside outside calipers
  • Vernier calipers
  • Dial gauge, slip gauges
  • Tool makers microscope
  • Portable surface roughness tester

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Manufacturing Technology Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • Arc welding machine
  • Gas welding
  • Resistance spot machine
  • Drilling machine
  • Grinding machines
  • Sand testing machine
  • Blow moulding machine
  • Hydraulic Press
  • Injection moulding machine
  • Mechanical Press

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CAD/CAM Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • Equipped with 75 PCs with core i5 processors, 5GB RAM and 4 GB Graphics Card
  • Licensed version of Auto CAD software
  • Licensed version of Catia Software
  • Licensed versions of Ansys Software
  • Licensed versions of Robot simulation software
  • CNC Lathe Machine
  • 3D Printer

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Heat Transfer Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • Critical heat flux apparatus
  • Gray body emissivity measurement
  • Stefan Boltzmann constant
  • Heat transfer through Pin-Fin
  • Heat transfer through forced convection
  • Heat transfer through natural convection
  • Boiling heat transfer apparatus
  • Heat flow through lagged pipe
  • Overall heat transfer coefficient for composite wall
  • Thermal conductivity of metal bar
  • Thermal conductivity of insulating powder
  • Parallel and counter flow heat exchanger
  • Drop and film wise condensation Apparatus
  • Heat pipe demonstrator

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Instrumentation & Control Systems Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • LVDT Transducer
  • J type thermocouple transducer
  • K type thermocouple transducer
  • Strain gauge transducer
  • Capacitive transducer
  • Study of anemometer apparatus
  • Magnetic pickup tachometer
  • Photo electric pickup tachometer
  • Rotameter
  • Vibration analyzer
  • Dead weight pressure gauge
  • Resistance temperature detector

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Machine Dynamics Lab

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • Static and Dynamic Balancing machine
  • Motorized gyroscope
  • Cam analysis machine
  • Universal governer
  • whirling of shaft machine
  • Universal vibration analysis apparatus

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Work Shop

Major Equipment in this lab include:

  • Carpentry section (including all Tools)
  • Fitting Section (including all Tools)
  • Sheet metal section (including all Tools)
  • Electrical Wiring section(( including all Tools)
  • Capacitive transducer
  • Welding Section( including all Tools)
  • Foundry section (including all Tools)
  • Black smithy( including all Tools)
  • Plastic fabrication section
  • Power tools

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Research Labs in the Department

For students who take up projects, both as part of the curriculum or as a co-curricular activity, support is provided by the Department in terms of provision of facilities. Based on the type of research and project work (i.e. Design or Manufacturing or Thermal or Simulation or Modeling) department provides the facilities for students (Under Graduate, Post Graduate, and Ph.D) as well as for faculty research with well-equipped laboratories, analytical instruments and space.

We recognize that the quality and accuracy of student project results are of the highest significance in research. We therefore strive to ensure that all the equipments in our laboratory are in fine shape always and they are calibrated periodically by using traceable standards. Students utilize the facilities for their mini projects as well as major projects. These facilities are also used by other branch of engineering students from our institute as well by other institutions. We also network with other department laboratories to enhance the quality of the project.



Centre for Advanced Material Processing
Student projects completed:
  • Investigation on optimization, mechanical, metallurgical and tribological characteristics of titanium using electric discharge coating toward dental implement
  • An exploration on coating through compacted and semi sintered nickel tungsten electrode for wear resistance
  • Experimental investigation on tribological behavior of high Mn steel
  • Thermal and wear characteristics of nano filled composite
  • Investigations on wear resistance of AA5083 aluminium alloy under cryogenic condition
  • Analysis of surface morphology and material removal rate of high Mn steel machined by EDM
  • Effect of Double aging heat treatment on Electrical Discharge Machining characteristics of AA7075-TiC composites
  • EDM metal matrix composite coating on duplex stainless steel and wear behavior under different environmental conditions
  • Mechanical and tribological behavior of LLDPE/Nano clay composites
  • Fabrication and mechanical properties of Al-SiC metal matrix composites by powder metallurgy route
  • Fabrication and mechanical properties of Al-Al2O3 metal matrix composites powder metallurgy route
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Electrical Discharge Machining

Specifications
Sparkonix ZNC 50A
Power supply: 3 phase AC, 415 V, 50Hz
Connected load 5kVA
Double door work tank
Work tank: 800x500x325 mm

Salt spray corrosion tester
Specifications
Presto KORROX-III corrosion chamber
Tank capacity 60 lit
Temp. Range: Ambient to 45°C
Size: 1000x700x750 mm

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Pin-on-disc Tribometer
Specifications
Tribometer TR20LE -PHM400 - CHM600
Load Range: Up to 200 N
Rotational Speed: 200 to 2000 rpm
Frictional Force Measurement: 0 to 200 N
Compound Wear Measurement: 0 to 1200 µm

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Metallurgical Microscope
Specifications
OLYMBUS BX53M
Vertical stage movement: 25 mm
Optical system: UIS2
Min adjustment gradations 1 µm
Servo stabilizer 7.5 kVA
Illuminator 12 V, 100 W halogen bulb

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Digital Weighing Machine
Specifications
Shimadzu ATY 224
Capacity: 0.22kg
Accuracy: 0.1gm

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Hot Mounting Press
Specifications
Master mounting press SSA
Size: 410x575x650 mm
Mould assembly 1.5”x2.5”
Heating Unit 1500W

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Belt Grinder
Specifications
Chennai Metro
Table Top Model
Speed 1440 rpm

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Seminar Hall


For technical, co-curricular and extracurricular activities and also cultural programs, students are free to use air-conditioned seminar hall which is fully equipped with projectors and sound system. Students utilize this facility regularly to conduct events as per their academic as well as non-academic needs.



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Industry Related Labs


Students in the Department benefit from the following industry connected labs established in the institution with support from Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) in association with SIEMENS and Dassault Systemes.


APSSDC Dassault Systems Centre of Excellence

This Centre of Excellence is established in September 2018. The broader goal of this Centre is to improve the core placements for engineering graduates. Training is being offered to students in the Dassault 3DS, a leading software suite for complete Product Life-Cycle Management (PLM) activities. Students are trained in each individual tool in the suite in a sequential manner starting from the basic design software and working up to more sophisticated analysis tools. This entire training program is designed by experts from Dassault Systems and their training partners.



APSSDC SIEMENS TSDI

This cluster of labs collectively known as SIEMENS Technical Skill Development Institute (TSDI) comprises of the following labs:

  1. Design - Computer Based Training (CBT) Lab
  2. Manufacturing - Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Lab
  3. Manufacturing - Welding Lab
  4. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (R&AC) Lab
  5. Electrical - home Lab

Skills training is being continuously provided in these labs to students in employability skills like design and modeling using CAD software, CNC programming, Welding technologies, R&AC, and electrical technologies. The content and delivery of these training is designed and monitored by SIEMENS and their partnering industrial entities. The summary of activities is given below.


Computer Based Training (CBT) Lab
Equipment Available
  • 84 Workstation Lenovo P310 (Win10-Pro64,Intel core i5-6400, 8GB, 500GB, 2GB graphic card, 18.5” monitor, Headphones with microphone)
Software installed:
  • Siemens NX
  • Solid Edge: Siemens PLM Software
  • Basic Training Tutorials
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Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Lab
Equipment Available:
  • JV 55 Vertical Machining Centre - 1
  • Smarturn CNC Lathe – 1
  • NC controllers
  • SinuTrain software
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Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (R&AC) Lab
Equipment Available:

conditioning Units (A)
  • Scroll Chiller (Air-cooled) – 10TON
  • VRF IV Plus system – 8HP
  • Ducted split unit – 5.5 TR
  • Cassette unit – 1.5 TR
  • High wall split (2 star) – 1TR
  • Window unit (2 star) – 1 TR

Supply of Refrigeration Units (B)
  • Deep Freezer Hard Top – 100 Ltr
  • Bottle Cooler Hard Top – 300 Ltr
  • Water cooler – 20/20 Ltr
  • Bottle Water Dispenser
  • Cold room 6000 BTU/Hr
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Welding Lab
Equipment Available:
  • MMA/SMAW unit -3
  • OXY-Acetylene gas welding unit - 1
  • Gas cutting unit - 1
  • TIG/GTAW unit - 2
  • MIG/MAG/GMAW unit - 2
  • PPE unit – 1
  • Grinding unit -1
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Electrical - home Lab(CNC) Lab
Equipment Available:
  • 3-phase AC motor – 2
  • Variable frequency drive – 1
  • Removable and constructional small transformers – 5
  • Megger – 1
  • Motor star delta circuit equipment
  • Automatic motor control equipment
  • Motor DOL starter circuit equipment
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Faculty Achievements


    Dr. C. Yuvaraj

  • One Day workshop on Creating Road map for Innovation and Incubation Centres in AP Educational Institutions, organized by ITE&C department on 19-10-2016 at Gateway Hotel in Vijayawada.
  • A workshop on “Quality Initiatives in Technical & Higher Educational Institutions (in compliance with NBA & NAAC Accreditation)” organized by Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI), Hyderabad, from 07-09-16 to 9-09-16.
  • 3rd International Conference in Transformations in Engineering Education (ICTIEE 2016) was organized by IUCEE (Indo-US Collaboration for Engineering Education) and College of Engineering, Pune (COEP) during 08-12 January 2016.
  • An Orientation Session on “Siemens Centres of Excellence (COE) Clusters in AP” organized by Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation at the Sri City Business Centre, Sri City on 27th August 2015.
  • A one-day workshop on “Awareness on Various programs for Foreign University Collaborations” was Organized at JNTUA, Ananthapuramu on 16th May 2015.
  • A meet in Chennai conducted by Higher Education Forum, South Zone to receive Campus Preparedness Award 2015 on 26th March 2015.
  • A workshop on TEQIP-II : Good Governance, Leadership and Management on 14th - 15th October 2014 at Metropolitan Hotel, Near Bangla Sahib Gurudwara Road, New Delhi.
  • Represented the college for the workshop on Procurement Practices attended on 22.08.2014, at PSG Institute of Technology, organized by PSG, SPFU-TN and NPIU at Coimbatore.
  • Attended a National Conference on “Leadership in Higher Education” held on July 4, 2014 at Engineering staff college of India (ESCI), Hyderabad.
  • One day workshop on “Academia Industry Management For creating Sustainable Employability” held on 06-04-2014 Organized by GP Birla Institute of Human Excellence, Birla Center, Hyderabad.
  • Participated in a Seminar on “Innovative Teaching, Research Learning & Accreditation Practices” (IE-ITR SESSION) organized by ESCI as the constituent part of IE(I) Congress-2013 on 21 December, 2013 at Hotel Leela Palace, Chennai.
  • Appointed as the coordinator of the program by AICTE and received a grant from AICTE to conduct 2 Weeks FDP On Fatigue & Fracture Mechanics In FE Analysis.
  • A Two Day Workshop on “Recent Trends In Manufacturing “ Under TEQIP-II Organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Gandipet, Hyderabad on 29-30 July 2013.
  • A Two Day Workshop on “Procurement Guidelines & PMSS Training" under TEQIP-II conducted by NPIU - New Delhi and SPFU Andhra Pradesh at University College of engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad on 16-17 May 2013.
  • “A Study of Transition Wear Behavior of Alumina Particle Reinforced Al6061 MMCs” Published in the Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, Vol.28,No.23/2009, SAGE Publications 2009, London and Also this journal paper is available in the website jrp.sagepub.com, by Dr.C.Yuvaraj.
  • “Optimization of Machinability Parameters of Aluminium/Alumina Metal Matrix Composites” Published in the International Journal of Applied Engineering and Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 3, Number 9 (2008), pp.1197-1203, Research India Publications, by Dr. C. Yuvaraj.
  • “Study on Transition Behavior of Al/Al2O3 MMCs” Published in the special issue of World Journal of Engineering, ISSN: 1708 – 5284, Volume.5, Number.4 (2008), pp.543-544, Sun Light Publishing, Canada, by Dr.C.Yuvaraj.
  • “Effect of Thermal Fatigue Behavior on Bending strength of Al/Al2O3 MMCs” Published in the International Journal of Applied Engineering and Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 5, Number 7 (2010), pp. 1197-1202, Research India Publications, by Dr. C. Yuvaraj.
  • “Effect of Drilling Parameters on Drillability Behavior of Al/Al2O3 MMCs” Published in the International Journal of Applied Engineering and Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 5, Number 7 (2010), pp. 1203-1213, Research India Publications, by Dr. C. Yuvaraj.
  • One Day workshop (28 September,2012) on “Metallurgy For Non-Metallurgists” (MNM-2012) organized by Indian Institute of Metals, Hyderabad Chapter on 28th September 2012.
  • Principal Investigator for the project “DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH STRENGTH MATERIALS FOR Micro Air Vehicle STRUCTURES “.
  • Participated in an interactive session with Dr. U. Chandrasekhar, Director, ESCI & Gp Capt B.S. Phillora, Head Management , Technology & Information Divisions, Engineering Staff College of India at Hyderabad on 14th December 2013.

  • Dr. Suryanarayana Raju Pakalapati

  • Visited Nagarjuna Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited (NFCL) Hyderabad on 26 - 27 August 2015.
  • Visited Rayalaseema Thermal Power Plant (RTPP), Muddanur, Kadapa Dist on 28th July 2015.
  • Participated in Technical Discussion at BHEL, R&D, ARCI and BAG organizations during 20-26 July 2015. The principal objective of the visit was to explore feasibility of seeking Project works for the M.Tech students and Research project for the MITS faculty.
  • Visited Central Institute of Tool Design (CITD), Hyderabad on 21st November 2014.
  • Attended an exclusive event at CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Center in Hyderabad where elite US scientist and environmentalist Mr. Amory B Lovins delivered a keynote lecture on 12th July, 2014.

  • Dr. Prasanna Kumar Lakshmi Duvvi

  • A Two-Day National Summit on Quality in Education from 18-11-16 to 19-11-2016 organized by CII – Confederation of Indian Industry at CII Institute of Quality, Bengaluru.

  • Dr. Senthil Kumaar J S

  • The two day summit on Waste Management - Resource Management for Sustainable future was organized by the CII - Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre at Bangalore on 23-24 November 2017.
  • A Two-day workshop on Restructuring and Redesigning the Higher Education Curriculum to Meet Industry Needs organized by CII Southern Region at Jeppiaar Engineering College, Chennai, during 23 - 24 August 2017.

  • Dr. S. Thamizhmanii

  • Visited M/S Murugappa Group and M/s Rane (Madras) Group on 15.12.2017 at Chennai.
  • Visited TI Metal Forming Ltd.in Tirunindravur, Chennai and TIDC India Ltd. at Ambattur, Chennai 53 on 16.12.2017.

  • Dr. G. Harinath Gowd

  • Management Capacity Enhancement Programme for the 11th batch from 12th January to 18th January 2015 at Indian Institute of Management, Indore, Madhya Pradesh.
  • 2-Day "Workshop on Avoiding Plagiarism" organized by Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD), Mysore, 3rd & 4th July 2014.
  • ”Synthesis and characterization of Hardwickia binata fiber with epoxy” in a Three day International Mechanical Engineering Congress 2014 (IMEC 2014) organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering NIT ,Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India during 13-15 June 2014.
  • ” Modeling & Analysis of End Milling Process parameters using Artificial Neural Networks” in a Three day International Mechanical Engineering Congress 2014 (IMEC 2014) organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering NIT, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India during 13-15 June 2014.
  • ” Experimental Investigations & Effects of Cutting Variables on MRR and Tool Wear for AISI S2 Tool Steel” in a Three day International Conference on Advances in Manufacturing and Materials Engineering (ICAMME 2014) organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering NITK Surathkal from March 27/03/2014 to 29/03/2014.
  • Participated in a Two Day Conclave on Quality Technical Education and Research Organized by Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, IIT Hyderabad campus on 7th and 8th March, 2014.
  • Appointed as Reviewers for International Journal For Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research (IJTEEE).
  • ”Modeling & Analysis of performance characteristics of Wire EDM of SS304” in an International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE),ISSN: 2278-3075, Volume-3, Issue-4, September 2013,pp:122-125.
  • “A GA approach to the optimization of Laser Beam Welding” in an International Journal of published by German publisher LAP (Lambert Academic Publishing),ISBN-13:978-3-659-32090-3,ISBN-10: 3659320900,EAN: 9783659320903,Book language: English.
  • “Empirical Modeling of weld bead geometry in Nd:YAG laser welding of Inconel 600 using genetic programming” in International Conference on INTELLIGENT MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (ICIMS 2012) Organized by School of Mechanical Engineering, SASTRA University,Thanjavur Tamil Nadu,India.
  • “Empirical Modeling of Hard Turning process of Inconel using Response Surface Methodology” in an International Journal of EMERGING TECHNOLOGY AND ADVANCED ENGINEERING. (ISSN 2250-2459, Volume 2, Issue 10, October 2012).
  • “A Genetic Algorithm Approach to the Optimization Of Process Parameters In Laser Beam Welding"in an International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology Volume 3, Issue 3, December (2012), pp. 459-470. ISSN 0976 – 6340 (Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359.
  • ”Optimal Design for Laser Beam Butt Welding Process Parameter for Inconel Using Artificial Neural Networks” in an International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, ISSN 2250-2459, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Journal, Volume 3, Issue 4, April 2013.
  • “Experimental Investigations on the effect of Cutting Variables on the material removal rate and tool wear for AISI SI Steel” in the Indian Journal of Applied Research, ISSN -2249-555X, Volume 3, Issue 5, Pp:211-213,May 2013.
  • “Modeling and Analysis of FSAE Car disc Brake using FEM" in The International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering (IJETAE), ISSN 2250-2459, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Journal, Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2013,pp-383-389.
  • "Effect of Process Parameters on the Bead Geometry of Laser Beam Welded Inconel Sheets" in an International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems , ISSN : 2229-5860 , Vol.4, No.1(June-2013),Pp: 29-41.
  • “Prediction & Optimization of End Milling Process Parameters Using Artificial Neural Networks" in The International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering (IJETAE), ISSN 2250-2459, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Journal, Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2013,pp-117-122.

  • Dr. Uday Krishna Ravella

  • Participated in 5 Day Workshop on “NBA & NAAC Accreditation Process” Sponsored by AICTE under Margadarshana Scheme at M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bengaluru on 10th Dec - 14th Dec 2018.

  • Dr. S. Baskaran

  • One Week Workshop on Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Methods Conducted by Department of MME, NIT, Trichy, Tamilnadu on 6 - 10 June 2016.

  • Dr. I. Arun

  • A Two-Day Workshop on Patent Information Cell Organized by Sri Padmavathi Mahila Visvavidyalayam (Womens University), Tirupati on 30 - 31 March 2016

  • Dr. G. Sada Siva Prasad

  • 7 days training programme on “Training on Management Capacity Enhancement (Batch 8) for Administrators” organized by IIM Indore with NPIU during March 20 - 26, 2014, under TEQIP II program.

  • Dr. G. Mallikarjunachari

  • Participated in 15th International Conference on Polymer Science and Technology & Delivering Scientific Talk in the SPSI MACRO 2018 Conference in IISER-Pune and CSIR-NCL Pune in Maharashtra on 19 - 22 December 2018.

  • Dr. R. Prithivi Rajan

  • Visited to Bangalore Integrated System Solutions (BISS) & Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bangalore on 15th November 2018.

  • Dr. K. V. Nagesha

  • Visited to Rayalaseema Thermal Power Project on 3rd November 2018.

  • Dr. P. Naresh

  • Visited to Bangalore Integrated System Solutions (BISS) & Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bangalore on 15th November 2018.

  • Dr. Muralidhar Singh. M

  • Participated in One Day ICTIEE 2019 ‘Engineering Education Research’ at Malla Reddy Engineering College, Hyderabad on January 06, 2019.

  • Dr. Shanker Nath

  • Participated in International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN) at SRM Institute of Science and Technology Kattankulathur, Tamilnadu on 28 - 30 January 2019.
  • Participated in National Conference on Physics and Chemistry of Materials (NCPCM - 2018) on 27 - 28 December 2018.

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  • Visited to Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore) on 28 December 2018.
  • Visited to KIADB Hoskote Industrial Area, Bangalore on 6th December 2018.

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  • A Two Day International Conference on “Conversations for Advancing “Digital India” and “Make in India” - “Digital Bharat 2015” organized by FICCI at FICCI, Federation House, New Delhi from 14th May to 15th May 2015.
  • The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) organized the tenth edition of its “India Innovation Summit”, on 8th & 9th August 2014 at Hotel ITC Royal Gardenia in Bangalore.
  • Participated in the Second World Summit on Accreditation – WOSA-2014 on the theme "International Recognition of Educational Qualifications" organized by National Board of Accreditation during 8-10 March 2014 at Hotel Ashok, New Delhi.
  • A five day training program at Chandigarh from 16-12-13 to 20-12-13. The training is called Pedagogical Training (Module-I) and was conducted by Department of Education and Educational Management from National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training and Research(NITTTR), Chandigarh.
  • “CII’s higher education conclave” organized by The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) held at Hotel Le Meridien, Coimbatore on Nov. 29, 30, 2013. The theme of the conclave is Transformational Change in Higher Education: Global Excellence through Governance, Research and Innovation.
  • “Investigations in a locally developed insulated DI diesel engine with newly developed lubricants ”, technology World, an International journal, International Journal Division, F 22, Jalan Gempita 9, Taman Salak south, 57100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Volume: II, Issue-II, July-August-2010, ISSN 2180-0987, Pp:191-198.
  • “Synthesis Comparative Analysis of IDI Diesel Engine Combustion and Emission Parameters Fueled with Ethanol and its Diesel Blends” Paper published in Bonfring International Journal in an International Conference on Challenges and Opportunities in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Management Studies 2012,Pages : 635-639, Paper ID : MET17.
  • One Day National Workshop on “Advanced Trends in IC Engines and Combustion” hosted by Department of Mechanical Engineering, JNTUH College of Engineering, Hyderabad on 28th February 2013 to mark the retirement of Prof. K. Rajagopal, Former Vice- Chancellor of JNTU.
  • A meeting on National Knowledge Functional Hub organized by FICCI on 23rd May, 2013 at GW Precision Tools India Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore.


Student Achievements

  • Ms. C. S. Sowmya Sree, graduated in Mechanical Engineering during the year 2010- 2014 is awarded Gold Medal by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur, Anantapuram in the Sixth Convocation held on 24 th December 2014 in the University campus. She has secured an aggregate of 82% and stood first among all the students of mechanical engg in the JNTUA affiliated colleges.
  • Mr.S.Khajapeer an Alumni of MITS, now working with Hyquip Systems Pvt. Ltd, as an Assistant Manager, was at MITS for Alumni Interaction and addressed the students on making their career on 13.08.2014.
  • Mr.Md.Mansur (10691A0315) IV B.Tech, Department of Mechanical Engineering participated and presented a paper in A One Day National Technical Symposium prayojana-2k14, Organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering,Yogananda Institute of Science & Technology ,Tirupati , Chittoor(dist), Andhra Pradesh, on March, 8, 2014 and got ‘First Prize’ in Paper presentation.
  • Mr.Md.Mansur (10691A0315) IV B.Tech and Mr.B.Rajesh (11691A0336), III B.Tech, Department of Mechanical Engineering participated and presented papers titled “WANKLE ENGINE” and “RAPID PROTOTYPING” in One Day National Technical Symposium DYNAMECHS'14, Organized by JNTUA , Anantapur(Dt), Andhra Pradesh, March, 16 2014 and secured two ‘First Prizes’ in Paper presentations.
  • Mr.Md.Mansur (10691A0315) and Mr.P.Shanawaz(11695A0305) of IV B.Tech, Department of Mechanical Engineering participated and presented a paper titled “Pneumatic Camless Engine” in A ONE Day National Technical Symposium GATES YANTRA-2k14, Organized by GATES Institute of TECHNOLOGY , GOOTY, Anantapur(Dt), Andhra Pradesh, February 26, 2014 and secured ‘First Prize’ in Paper presentation.
  • Mr.Md.Mansur (10691a0315) and Mr.S.Girish(10691A0308) of IV B.Tech, Department of Mechanical Engineering participated and presented a paper titled “CAMLESS ENGINE” in A Two Day National Technical Symposium TECHNOVISION-2K14, Organized by Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy Institute of Technology and Science, Udayagiri, Nellore(Dt), Andhra Pradesh, February 22-23 2014
  • First prize bagged by Mr.P.V.Rohith (11691A0339) of III B.Tech ME for patriotic poetry in University level Youth festival on 6th & 7th of February conducted by JNTU Pulivendula.
  • Ms.Kalauva Gadda Bhavana (12691A0313), Mr. Modem Chethan (12691A0319), Mr. Muralidhar Reddy Sirivella (12691A0356) & Mr.Yeddula Maheswara Reddy (12691A0344) stood topper’s of the college in B.Tech I year 2013.
  • Mr.T.Nagabhushanam Reddy (08691A0318) of Mechanical Engg Dept is Congratulated on his Success for being awarded "GOLD MEDAL" for his academic Excellence of the batch 2008-2012 by JNTU, Anantapur.
  • Mr.G.Balanarasimha M.Tech Student (11695D1502) and Mr. M.Vamsi Krishna, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering published a paper entitled “A COMPARITIVE STUDY ON ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BUCKLING STABILITY OF METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE WITH FIXED & HINGED ENDS” in the INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENGINEERING RESEARCH ISSN:0973-4562, VOLUME:9, NUMBER 2(2014) pp.191-196.
  • Mr.M.Saran Theja, M.Tech (Machine Design) & Mr.G.Shankar (Alumni of 6-10 Batch) working as Senior Engineer at Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) in Chennai published a paper titled “ Design Analysis of Two Wheeler Lighter Weight Alloy Wheel ” in Indian Journal of Engineering ISSN 2319 – 7757, EISSN 2319 – 7765 (Volume 6, Number 15, November 2013), pp 09-21.
  • Mr.G.Bala Narasaimha, II M.Tech-Machine Design, attended two day National workshop on National workshop on “Nano Composites – Synthesis, Characterization and Applications” organized by Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, Tamilnadu from October 24 & 25, 2013.
  • Mr.K.Chengal Reddy (11695D1516) II M.Tech, published a paper titled “Modeling and Analysis of FSAE Car disc Brake using FEM" in The International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering (IJETAE), ISSN 2250-2459, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Journal, Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2013,pp-383-389.
  • Ms.K.Divya Teja , II M.Tech, Department of Mechanical Engineering published a paper titled “Prediction & Optimization of End Milling Process Parameters Using Artificial Neural Networks" in The International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering (IJETAE), ISSN 2250-2459, ISO 9001:2008 Certified Journal, Volume 3, Issue 9, September 2013,pp-117-122.
  • Mr.M.Saran Theja, II M.Tech(Machine Design) under the guidance of Mr.M.Vamsi Krishna Asst. professor Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Published a paper entitled “Structural and Fatigue Analysis of Two Wheeler Lighter Weight Alloy Wheel” in International Organization of Scientific Research (IOSR)., IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) , e-ISSN:2278-1684,p-ISSN:2320–334X.
  • Mr.G.Bala Narasimha, Published a paper entitled "A Review on Processing of Particulate Metal matrix Composites and its Properties” in an International Journal of Applied Engineering Research(IJAER), Volume 8, Number 6(2013), pp: 647-666, ISSN :Print:0973-4562, online:1087-1090.
  • Mr.M.Saran Theja, published a paper titled ”Static and Thermo-Mechanical Analysis of Disc Brake” in a Global Journal of Engineering , Design & Technology (GJEDT), ISSN 2319-7293, Volume 2, No.3, 2013.Pp:12-18.
  • Mr.M.Saran Theja, published a paper titled “Modified Erichsen Cupping Test for Copper, Brass, Aluminium and Stainless Steel” The SIJ Transactions on Industrial, Financial & Business Management (IFBM)(International Journal), Print ISSN: 2321 - 2411 | Online ISSN: 2321 - 242X, Vol. 1, No. 2, May-June 2013, Pp. 52-57.
  • Ms.K.Deepika (10691A0307) and Ms.K.Sujatha (10691A0328) of III B.Tech Mechanical Engg Dept bagged First prize for the topic “Performance of Hydrogen as a Fuel” in the paper presentation Category at National Level Symposium organized by SVCE & SVEW, Tirupati Chittoor Dist.-517 112 , A.P on 24-01-2013.
  • Mr.B.Sudheer Reddy (2001-2005) is an alumni student at MITS presently working as a Senior Supplier Quality Engineer at UTC Aerospace Systems, Bangalore, conducted a “Guest Lecture” on “Future market for Aerospace Industry and careers” to 3rd Year Mechanical & 4th Year Mechanical Engineering Students on 20th February 2013.
  • Ms.D.Lekya (10691A0312) and Ms.C.S.Soumyasree (10691A0326), III ME Students presented a Technical paper entitled “Antilock Braking System” at Mohan Mantra 2013, a National Level Techno & Cultural fest held on - Feb 22,23 2013 at Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College,Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh
  • Mr.C.Dadavalli (10691A0306), Mr.J.Adeppa (11695A0301), Mr.D.Nagendra Rao (10691A0318), Mr.A.Chatrapathi (10691A0305), Mr.D.Phaneeswar (10691A0320), III ME, attended for SRVAGNYA'13 which was held at JNTUA College of Engineering, Pulivendula and bagged First Prize in “Project Presentation” by A.Chatrapathi, C.Dada Valli & D.Phaneeswar. Second Prize in “Poster Presentation” by J.Adeppa & D.Nagendra Rao.
  • Mr.Mohammed Mansur (10691a0315), III year B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering Department student has participated and presented paper titled “Automotive spark-ignited direct-injection gasoline engines” in 8th National Level Students Technical Symposium – Technofest 2k13” held at Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering & Technology, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh on 25th Feb 2013 and won Second prize.
  • MS.C.Naganandini (11691A0328) and Ms.A.Sinduja(11691A0342), II year B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering Department student have participated and presented paper titled “Power Generation By Gravity” held at ACE, Madanapalle, Chittoor Dist. A.P. during 1-2 March, 2013.
Student Achievements 2012

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Student Achievements

  1. 4 students of the Department received Gold Medals/Pratibha Awards from JNTUA, Anantapuramu for obtaining top rank in their respective degrees among more than 100 colleges affiliated to the university.
    • Mr. T. Nagabushanam Reddy, 2012
    • Ms. C. Sowmya Sree, 2014
    • Ms. C. Bharathi, 2015
    • Ms. Shakeela, 2015 (M.Tech, AMS)
  2. Department students Mr. Sreepathi Naidu, Ms. P. Pavani, Mr. K. Raja Reddy and Mr. T. Nagarjuna, got first prize in the design competition Motorola Scholar Award 2016 for their project under the guidance of Mr. M. Subba Rao.
  3. A Student Team, MITS SPARKERS reached final round at an Asia level competition, ISIE INDIA Hybrid Vehicle Challenge 2018, in Delhi
  4. A Student team, GEPARD, won third prize, for designing and manufacturing an ATV, at a National level student Grand Prix 2K18 conducted by 7 Motors Pvt. Ltd.

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Student Placements

Students of the Department are placed in renowned companies both in core sector companies like: MITS

  • Hyundai R&D Hyderabad
  • L&T Technologies
  • KIA Motors
  • NDS Eco Motors
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  • Suprathek
  • Turbo Engineering services
  • Pro SIM R & D Pvt Ltd
  • Advanced Bolting Solutions Pvt. Ltd
  • Surya Tech
  • AIR FLOW
  • Cyient Technologies
  • Amara Raja Batteries
And also in IT sector companies like:
  • TCS
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  • Infosys
  • Tech Mahindra
Students are given continuous training in aptitude, soft skills and computer programming, starting in second year, which ensures that students are well prepared for the placement drives in their final year. Following are placement statistics for the UG students of the Department.

Year No of Eligible Students Total No of Students Placed
2019-2020 210 64
2018-2019 308 138 (89 on campus)
2017-2018 250 218 (130 on campus)
2016-2017 198 156
2015-2016 70 53

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Student Internships in Industry and Research Organizations

Department of Mechanical Engineering encourages and supports the students to pursue internships in industry, premier academic institutions and reputed research organizations both in India and abroad. The support provided by the Department to students pursuing internships includes:

  1. Faculty mentors with industry and research credentials advise the students on the importance of internships for achieving the career goals and also help them choose appropriate companies or universities for internships.
  2. Using their professional networks, faculty of the Department liaise with the companies across India to create internship opportunities for the students.
  3. Faculty with international work experience counsel the students on selecting the appropriate avenues for foreign internships based on the interests and aptitude of the students.
  4. Department has entered into numerous MOUs with prestigious organizations to facilitate good number of internship opportunities for the students.
  5. Financial support towards air fare for foreign internships.
  6. Self-study option is introduced for final semester courses so that students can spend one full semester on their full-time internships.
  7. Faculty also offer their technical expertise to the students, often through personal visits to the place of internship, for successful completion of the internships.

Department students are encouraged to pursue an internship at an industry for a period of 12 to 14 weeks in the fourth year second semester. Companies typically provide internship for the students in varied fields like design, tooling, production, quality checks and product testing. The internships also often include a real-time project given to the students, by the host company, so that they can understand the application of the engineering knowledge in solving problems encountered in Industry. The companies also appoint internal project guide for the student teams. At the end of the internship, students required to submit a project report which includes a brief history of the company and its organizational structure in addition to the the details of activities carried out during the internship like product drawings, brief production processes, inspection methods, and the approach used for project tasks.

Through these concerted efforts, the Department was able to realize significant number of student internships. Following is partial list of student internships.

Student International internships:

  • Five students from final year Mechanical Engineering program are selected for research internship in Innopolis University - Russia from 12-01-2020 to 10-04-2020.
  • Two students from final year Mechanical Engineering program did research internship at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, in AY 2018-19.
  • One student from final year Mechanical Engineering program did research internship at Nanyang Techological University, Singapore, in AY 2018-19..

Student Internships in Industry

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S.No Name of the Student Company
1 JAYAPRAKASH. N Royal Enfield, Chennai
2 DINESH. A NRK Technologies, Hyderabad
3 BHARATH. N NRK Technologies, Hyderabad
4 JAGADEESH. B Tata Lochhead Martin Aerostructures Limited, Hyderabad
5 KUMAR. M Aadhini Elbit Advanced Systems India, Hyderabad
6 MAHESH. M SD Pro Solutions Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
7 KARTHEEK. G SD Pro Solutions Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
8 KALADHAR. V SD Pro Solutions Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
9 MALLIKARJUNA. G SD Pro Solutions Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
10 BHANUPRAKASH. K Dharani CNC
11 ADIL HUSSAIN. R A TEXEL Engineers Pvt Ltd
12 MOHAMMED ALI. S TEXEL Engineers Pvt Ltd
13 ASHOK KUMAR. M NRK Technologies, Hyderabad
14 REDDY SIVA REDDY. A NDS Eco motors,Bangalore
15 VINAY KUMAR. K NDS Eco motors,Bangalore
16 YASWANTH. M NDS Eco motors,Bangalore
17 SIVABALI REDDY. Y Bharathi Cements,Kadapa
18 SASIDHAR NAIDU. D Bharathi Cements,Kadapa
19 ROHITH. B Bharathi Cements,Kadapa
20 SAI CHARAN. R Bharathi Cements,Kadapa
21 SAI JASWANTH KUMAR. D Bharathi Cements,Kadapa
22 KIRAN BABU. M Kaashiv Info Tech, Chennai
23 PRUDVI. G Kaashiv Info Tech, Chennai
24 VASEEM KHAN. P Kaashiv Info Tech, Chennai
25 SHAIK.SHAJAHAN Kaashiv Info Tech, Chennai
26 PAVAN KUMAR. K Kaashiv Info Tech, Chennai
27 MD. YOUSUFF MUSTHANEER AHMED KHAN. D Kaashiv Info Tech, Chennai
28 PAVAN KUMAR. P Supratheek Turbo Services, Hyderabad
29 NOORMOHAMMED. K ISRO, Bangalore
30 RAMESH SHASHANK. P ISRO, Bangalore
31 SAI KUMAR. J S STULZ India,Bangalore
32 SELVA KUMAR. M STULZ India,Bangalore
33 SRAVAN KUMAR. P STULZ India,Bangalore
34 SHANMUKHA. P PROSIM Solutions, Bangalore
35 VENKATA SAIPRAKASH. K PROSIM Solutions, Bangalore
36 YUSUF. S PROSIM Solutions, Bangalore
37 SATISH REDDY. S PROSIM Solutions, Bangalore
38 JAYAKRISHNA. A PROSIM Solutions, Bangalore
39 HARI BABU. G Vizag Steel Plant,Vizag
2018-19
S.No Name of the Student Company
1 L. Suresh Reddy, U. Maniratnam Tirumala Automobiles
2 Y. Bhanu Prakash L&T Construction
3 Vishnu Vardhan Reddy In-finite Solutions
4 P. C. Sreenath Reddy, Y V Partha Saradhi, Vijaya Kumar Reddy Bharathi Cement, Kadapa
5 Shaik Ayaj, Barakathulla Khan Mayana, P. Dilip Kumar, T. Harsha Vardhan, SJP Industry, Bengaluru
6 S Praveen Kumar, A Chaitanya Reddy, P Syed Hussain, E Obulesu, M Vani Prasanna TATA Advanced Materials, Bangalore
7 C Sreekar Reddy BVL Power Systems Pvt. Ltd.
8 G Pavan Kumar Crish Metal Works
9 Yogananda Reddy TGV SRAAC Ltd.
10 Md. Harris, Md. Muzahid, R. Vishwanath Lumens Aircon Pvt.Ltd.
11 S Veneeth Reddy Aurobindo Pharma Ltd.
12 Sai Teja Tube Products India
13 M Uday Kumar, M Harish Jain farm fresh food Ltd.
14 Mohinth Royal Army baseworkshop
15 K Fayaz, A K Guruswamy DRDO
16 Sandhya M, Ramya Sree, Pallavi Y, G Reddy, V Manikanta TIDC India Ltd
17 Shaik Rizauddin ISRO
2017-18
S.No Name of the Student Company
1 S Rupendra, K Sai Likith, M N Shasank, G Purushottam Reddy, M. Venkata Ramudu, S Venkatesh, D Subash Yadav, Santosh Kumar, Vamsi Krisna Bhavani Industries, Bangalore
2 Sai Teru Jay Ushin Limited
3 Jyothi Swaroop. B,Rajesh Gajula KBD Sugars
4 Charan G, Harish Naidu Kancharla, Nageswar Reddy Amara Raja Batteries
5 Manideep. P, Nishith. M, Prahallad. M. K, Prince. P, Srikanth. B, Prudvi. K, Raj Kumar. A. S, Prahallad. M. K, Praveen. E Indo Mim Pvt.Ltd.
6 Ganeswar Reddy. R, Chennakrishna. M, Rammohan Reddy. B, Pavan Tendulkar Gundlapalli Modine Thermal System
7 Gireesh. K, Ananda Vardhan. V, Sai Prathap. G, Sujendra Kumar. A Tube Products India
8 E Sai Guru, B M Rohan, M Yeshwanth, S Babji, L Konda Reddy Tube Investments of India
9 Mahesh. B, Mubarak Basha. S, Ranganath. V,Sanjay Hemanth Reddy. G, Sathish Kumar. S Kun Aerospace Pvt. Ltd
10 Sateesh Kumar, Y Murali, T Md. Sahil, C Ramakrishna, T Fahad Honda
11 Nanda Kiran. N, Prasanth Sankar. C, Pramod. K Win Fiber Tech
12 Shaik Md. Khalid, C Sai Praneeth Aliens Group
13 Rehana Thasleem Media Mint
14 G Charan Mechanical Engineering
15 B Balaji Naik Maruti Suzuki
16 Chinna Obenna, S Manikanta, Vishnu Kumar, T S Gouse Basha Farmator
17 Sai Prakash. S, Niharika. Gudhiti Tata Technologies
18 G Purushotham, P Kishore Kumar Reddy, P. Jagadeesh, B Dinesh Naidu, A Sreekanth, B Praveen Kun Aerospace Pvt. Ltd.
19 A Venu Ekadhanta precision tech.
20 Harish Kumar Reddy GGS Engineering services
21 P Manideep, M Nishith, E Praveen Cummins Machine Line
22 M K Prahlad, P Prince, Raj Kumar Indo Mim Pvt.Ltd.
23 Ranjith. C, Naresh. K, Sai Kumar,Suneel Kumar Reddy Magcore Lamination India Pvt.Ltd
24 Rohith Reddy. M Dassault Systems

Higher Education

Inspired by the academic and research excellence in the Department an increasing number of the graduates have been choosing higher education both in India and abroad over the last few years.

S.No R.No Name of the Student Higher Education college Name Year of Graduation
1 15691A03D8 Sai Charan. K Guericke Universität Magdeburg 2019
2 15691A03E1 Sai Kumar. P Nanyang technological university 2019
3 15691A0374 Madhavi Reddy. G.V SVU 2019
4 15691A03G4 ShaikSamohani. K JNTUA 2019
5 15691A03C8 Ranga Reddy. N RVR & J C Engineering college 2019
6 16695A0324 Praveen Kumar. B JNTUA 2019
7 14691A03C6 RanjithChakka Sapienza University of Roma 2018
8 15695A0324 Vinod Kumar Kadavakuduru Sapienza University of Roma 2018
9 14691A03E2 Sai RohithMummadi Sapienza University of Roma 2018
10 14691A03F9 Sri Vishnu N Sapienza University of Roma 2018
11 14691A0385 Mohammed Shareef. Shaik Demontfort University Leicester 2018
12 14691A0376 Manoj. K Sapienza University of Roma 2018
13 15695A0323 Vijaya Kanth Simham JNTUA 2018
14 14691A03G7 Tharun Kumar. Balam Osmania University 2018
15 15691A03I1 Vamsi Krishna. K JNTUP 2018
16 14695A0308 Lokesh L JNTUA 2017
17 14695A0312 Revantha Kumar M MITS 2017
18 14695A0309 Mahesh Kumar Reddy A JNTUA 2017
19 12691A0343 Mahendra Naik .B MITS 2016
20 12691A0306 Arun kumar. A JNTUA 2016
21 12691A0313 Bhavana. K JNTUA 2016
22 12691A0327 Hanif. N JNTUA 2016
23 12691A0345 Manjunath K JNTUA 2016
24 12695A0307 Hareendranath.M JNTUA 2016
25 12691A0359 Narendra. S JNTUA 2016

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Alumni Meets

College Alumni Meets are conducted annually not only to provide a platform for the alumni to gather at their alma mater and rekindle their friendship but also to strengthen their bonding with the institution and enlist their participation in the pursuit of continuous improvement at the institution.





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Alumni Interactions

Alumni interactions with students are conducted when Department alumni visit the campus either individually or in small groups. In these interactions alumni,drawing form their experiences, share with the students, their thoughts on topics likes:

  • Employability skills
  • Getting the first job
  • What to expect at the place of employment
  • Learning on job
  • In-demand skills to get trained in
  • Importance of attitude in getting and retaining a job
  • Importance of communication skills
  • Outlook of employment opportunities
  • Outlook of higher education opportunities in India and abroad
  • Benefits of higher education in India and abroad
  • Getting admitted into good institutions for higher education
Followed by a talk by the alumni, students are encouraged to interact with the alumni to get any further clarifications regarding the topic covered in the session. These interaction have especially help in building a rapport between the students and alumni. Many alumni share their contact information with the students who wanted to seek further assistance with regard to the topic covered in the interaction.

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Events and Activities at the Department

Department values the contribution of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities to the holistic development of the students and to their overall employability. Faculty makes coordinated efforts to provide the students with a wide choice of activities to engage in for their all-round training, in-line with their professional aspirations. Department also conducts activities to bring in the participation of parents and alumni in molding the students for success in their professional pursuits.
In addition, the Department also believes in continuous training and development of the faculty and accordingly arranges activities for faculty development as well. The major types of activities that are conducted/supported by the department faculty are:

  1. Student Symposium with Project Expo.
  2. Faculty Development Program on emerging topics.
  3. Workshop on in-demand employability skills.
  4. Guest Lecture by Industry/Academic experts.
  5. Seminar on research topics.
  6. Alumni Meets
  7. Alumni Interactions
  8. Parents Meets
  9. Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering.
  10. Technical Club activities like national and international design & development competitions.

Given below is a bird’s eye view of the professional development activities conducted in the Department in recent years.

S. No Academic Year No. of Programs Guest Lectures Workshops Seminar FDPs Symposium
1 2019-2020 1 1 0 0 0 0
2 2018-2019 16 5 8 1 1 1
3 2017-2018 13 5 4 2 1 1
4 2016-2017 18 11 1 3 1 2

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Parents Meeting

Parents meeting is conducted at the Department every semester. At these meetings parents are briefed, by the department faculty and the respective mentors of their wards, about:

  • The policies and procedures in the institutions pertaining to the students and academics
  • The facilities available in the institution for the benefit of the students
  • Various activities and skills trainings conducted by the Department for overall development of the students
  • Industry expectations from the graduates and requirements for smooth transition to a career or higher education
  • The focus areas and plans of the Department to achieve placement of the students in good companies
  • The academic progress of their ward and any possible issues or concerns
Parents are encouraged to convey their expectations with regard to services provided by the Department and the performance of their wards. They also provide their feedback on the facilities, teaching and learning, and other initiatives of the Department.


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Mechonance

Mechonance is an annual national level student symposium for the mechanical engineering students that is being conducted by the Department since the year 2006. Students from several colleges as well as students from other Departments of MITS participate in this event along with the Department students and compete in various events including paper presentations, project expo, and quiz. A distinguished professional with mechanical engineering background is invited as chief guest at this event who delivers a keynote lecture to inspire and motivate the students towards higher achievement through hard-work and dedication. The event also offers workshops on latest buzz technologies like additive manufacturing, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining, Non-conventional Machining, and MATLAB Programming.


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National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering (NCIME)

NCIME is a annual national level conference conducted by the Department. The objective of the conference is to disseminate the emerging trends in the field of Mechanical Engineering by providing a common platform for academicians, industrialists, research scholars and students of the country to share and exchange their technical knowledge, expertise and experience by interacting with their peers and experts in the field. NCIME especially focuses on latest technical & societal challenges and emphasizes on addressing the same. Keynote lectures and invited talks by eminent experts and researchers are arranged in the conference to explore novel areas of research, introduce new avenues for participants to explicate research philosophy. This conference provides a supportive and encouraging platform for the delegates to exchange their research findings, to extend the future scopes and to establish collaborative relationships among research community across the nation


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Faculty and Staff Development Programs

In order to produce industry ready engineering graduates, it is imperative that the teachers in the Department stay abreast with the latest tools and techniques employed by practicing engineers in the industry. The faculty and staff are thus provided with multiple opportunities to enhance and upgrade their skills in pace with the technological developments. In addition to sponsoring participation of faculty and staff in external training and development programs, Department also arranges Faculty Development Programs (FDPs) and Staff Development Programs (SDPs) on campus as well so that all members of faculty and staff can participate in such trainings. The topics for these programs include in-demand employability skills as well as pedagogical best practices.


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Student Technical Clubs

Among the student clubs at MITS, the following are specifically suitable for the students, both from the Mechanical Engineering Department and from the other departments, interested in the craft of mechanical engineering, and accordingly mechanical engineering students and faculty play a major role in these clubs.


SAE India Collegiate Club of MITS

SAE Club at MITS was initiated in 2017 to provide a platform for the students interested in Automotive Technologies to team up and engage in practical learning through participation in motor sport events and competitions like SAE SUPRA, SAE BAJA, SAE E-Bike and ISIE HVC. Members of this club have won accolades at several major national and international events for their outstanding design, fabrication and operation of avant-grade automotives.


Aeromechatronics Collegiate Club of MITS

The vision of the Aero Mechatronics collegiate club is to unearth the hidden beyond-classroom talents of the technologically inclined students and channel their enthusiasm and efforts to create unique projects in the areas of aeronautics and mechatronics. The activities of the club include arranging workshops and trainings in aero-mechatronics, and bringing together student teams for participation in design competitions. The club has already made an good impact on campus and a team from the club has performed very well at a recent event - SAE Aero Design Challenge 2020.


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Industrial visits

The students of the Departments are regularly taken to various industries with support from faculty. There are typically 5 or 6 visits every year to industries in different manufacturing fields. This co-curricular activity enables students to observe, firsthand, the practical applications of concepts learned in their coursework and helps them consolidate their classroom learning with a strong appreciation of real-world relevance. The specific outcomes that are addressed by the industry visits are that the students should be able to:

  1. Explain the functioning of the industry
  2. Describe the organizational structures of the industry
  3. Express insights on working culture in the industry
  4. Set career goals based on information gathered by visiting industries
  5. Enhance interpersonal skills, learning and communication skills
  6. List the do’s and don'ts in an Industry
  7. Discuss Safety, health and environment factors

Given below is a list of Industrial Visits arranged for the students during recent academic years

S. No Date Place of visit Visited Students Coordinators for the Visits
1 2.03.2019 Mangal Industries Ltd 50 students Dr. Aniket Dutt and Dr. Shankernath
2 2.03.2019 Amara Raja Batteries Limited, Tirupati 50 students Dr. Sampath Kumar and Dr. Srijan Sengupta
3 03.01.2019 Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota 94 – III B.Tech Mr. Pawan Kumar
4 03.11.2018 Industrial Visit to Rayalaseema Thermal Power Project. 45 - III B.Tech Dr. Balaraju, Dr. Baskaran
5 15.11.2018 Central Manufacturing Technology Institute, Bangaluru 50 students Dr. Naresh, Dr. Prithvirajan
6 15.11.2018 Bangalore Integrated System Solutions Bangalore Integrated System Solutions 50 students Dr. Naresh, Dr. Prithvirajan
7 16.03.2018 CMTI, Bangalore 11 M. Tech Students Dr. K. V. Nagesha
8 03.02.2018 HMT Ltd., Bangalore 110- III B.Tech students Mr. Senthil Kumar J S, Dr. T. Vishnuvardhan, Dr. A. Balaraju, Mr. P. V. Ramana
9 14.10.2017 Rayalaseema Thermal Power Project, Muddanur, Kadapa 50 - 3rd B.Tech students Mr. Rayudu Peyyala, Mr. Venkata Ramana, Mr. Sreenivasulu Bejawada
10 21.10.2017, APSRTC DEPOT, MADANAPALLE 50 - 3rd B.Tech students Mr. Rayudu Peyyala
11 16.09.2017 COLD STORAGE, 45 students- IV B.Tech Mr. Rayudu Peyyala and Mr. P V Ramana
12 7.10.2016 Mangal Industries Ltd., Subsidiary of Amara Raja Batteries, Chittoor II B. Tech ME –A & ME - B, 80 No’s Mr. Rayudu Peyyala, Mr. V. Ajay, Mr. G. Guru Mahesh, P.V Ramana
13 16.07.2016 APSRTC Garage, Madanapalle IV B. Tech A/s&B/s, 60 No’s Mr.P. Rayudu, Mr.P. VenkataRamana
14 29thMarch 2016 Sharon Cold Storage, Chittoor Dist. III B. Tech, ME- A, B, C, 190 No’s Mr. Rayudu. P, Dr. P.S.N. Raju, Mr.CH. S. Rao, Mr. P. VenkataRamana
15 28th March 2016 Atmika Paper Mills, Molakalacheruvu, Chittoor Dist. II B. Tech, ME- A, B, C, D, 120 No’s Mr.P. Rayudu, Mr.P. VenkataRamana, Mr.V. Ajay
16 28thMarch 2016 KNM Cold Storage, Angallu, Chittoor Dist. II B. Tech, ME- A, B, C, D, 120 No’s Mr.P. Rayudu, Mr.P. VenkataRamana, Mr.V. Ajay
17 19th Sept 2015 Atmika Paper Mills, Molakalacheruvu, Chittoor Dist. III B.Tech, ME –A & ME - B, 120 No’s Mr. P. Rayudu, Mr. G. Sadasiva Prasad,  Mr. Ch. Sreenivasa Rao,
18 1st May 2015 Mangal Industries Ltd. , Subsidiary of Amara Raja Batteries, Chittoor II B. Tech ME –A & ME - B, 110No’s Rayudu Peyyala, V. Ajay, Guru Mahesh, P.V Ramana
19 4th April 2015 APSRTC Garage, Madanapalle 60 II B. Tech, ME - C, No’s Rayudu Peyyala, V. Ajay
20 19th March 2015 APSRTC Garage, , Madanapalle IV B. Tech ME-A & B, 60 No’s Rayudu Peyyala, V. Ajay,
21 5th March 2015 Mangal Industries Ltd. , Subsidiary of Amara Raja Batteries, Chittoor III B. Tech ME –A & ME - B, 120 No’s Rayudu Peyyala, V. Ajay, Guru Mahesh, P.VenkataRamana
22 4-Apr-15 APSRTC Garage, Madanapalle II B.Tech ME-C, 60 No’s Rayudu Peyyala
23 7th Feb 2015 APSRTC Garage, Madanapalle III B. Tech ME –A & ME - B, 120 No’s Mr.P. Rayudu , Mr. P. Venkata Ramana Mr.V. Ajay
24 21st Feb 2015 APSRTC Garage, Madanapalle IV B.Tech, ME-A, 60 No’s Rayudu Peyyala, V. Ajay



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Faculty industrial visits

Faculty of the department regular visits the industries to maintain close contacts with the companies. The objectives of this industry interaction by the faculty are to arrange internship for students, explore scope providing consultancy and identify avenues for collaborative research. Table below gives the details of recent industry visits by the faculty.

S.No. Date Names of the Faculty Name of the Industry
01 23-24th Nov 2017 Dr. Senthil Kumaar J S CII - Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre Bangalore
02 23- 24th Aug 2017 Dr. Senthil Kumaar J S CII Southern Region at Jeppiaar Engineering College, Chennai
03 15th Dec 2017 Dr. S. Thamizhmanii M/s Murugappa Group and M/s Rane (Madras) Chennai
04 16th Dec 2017 Dr. S. Thamizhmanii TI Metal Forming Ltd, Tirunindravur, Chennai TIDC India Ltd, Ambattur, Chennai-53
05 3rd Nov 2018 Dr. A. Balaraju Rayalaseema Thermal Power Project
06 3rd Feb 2018 Dr. A. Balaraju HMT Limited Bangalore
07 15th Nov 2018 Dr. R. Prithivi Rajan Bangalore Integrated System Solutions (BISS) & Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bangalore
08 3rd Nov 2018 Dr. K. V. Nagesha Rayalaseema Thermal Power Project
09 15th Nov 2018 Dr. P. Naresh Bangalore Integrated System Solutions (BISS) & Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bangalore
10 2nd Mar 2019 Dr. Aniket Kumar Dutt Mangalam Industries
11 2nd Mar 2019 Dr. Shanker Nath Mangalam Industries
12 6th Dec 2018 Dr. Srijan Sengupta KIADB Hoskote Industrial Area, Bangalore

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Intellectual Meet

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has initiated a new periodic event to facilitate constructive dialog between the Department faculty on their research activities. This series of seminars, dubbed “Intellectual Meet,” takes place on alternate Saturdays wherein each time one faculty presents his recent research findings to the faculty and interested students. These gatherings have raised the awareness among the faculty and the students about the current research endeavors being undertaken in the Department and exchange of ideas and insights between the faculty. The heightened level of technical interactions among the faculty, achieved through the “Intellectual Meet,” are expected to sprout new collaborations within the Department and thus have a positive impact on the research output of the Department in terms of peer reviewed publications, external project grants, and consultancy assignments.


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Seminars

Eminent scholars from Industry and Academia are regularly invited to the Department to deliver a seminar on an advanced technological developments or to motivate students by explicating the current trends and expectations of the industry.



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Guest Lectures

Some of the topics with fall within the curriculum are covered by practicing engineers from Industry or academicians with strong research credentials in these events titled 'Guest Lectures' which provide students with deep insights about the concepts and their applications in real life.



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Workshops

Workshops are conducted to train students in specific skills that are relevant to Mechanical Engineering and are in-demand in the Industry. The resource persons for the workshops are usually professional skills trainers or experts from industry with demonstrated experience in the skill.


Events


Organized Events :

  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering Celebrated fresher's Day – 2019 on 6th November 2019.
  • A Guest Lecture on “Data Science” for B.Tech III year MECH was organized by MITSAA on 4th October 2019.
  • The MITS Students Participated in SUPRA SAEINDIA 2019 was held at Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, U.P. during 15 - 20 July 2019.
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  • A Guest Lecture on “Skill development for Engineering Industry” organized by Mechanical Engineering on 17th June 2019.
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  • A Guest Lecture on “Importance and Utilization of CAD/CAM/CAE Software’s in Mechanical Engineering” organized by Mechanical Engineering on 25th April 2019.

  • A National Level Students' Technical Symposium & Project Expo MECHONANCE - 2K19 was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 17th April 2019.
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  • A 5 Days Workshop on ROBO CAD was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 25th February 2019.

  • A Guest Lecture on "Research Scope in Mechanical Engineering" organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering & MITSAA on 17th January 2019.
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  • A Three Day Workshop on "Design and Development of E-Mobility Vehicles" organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering during 21 - 23 December 2018.
  • A Guest Lecture on "The excitement of combining research innovation and entrepreneurship" organized by Dept. of Mechanical Engineering on 28th August 2018.
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  • A Faculty Development Programme on "Instructional Design and Delivery Systems" organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering under TEQIP-II on 25-29 June 2018.
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  • One Day Workshop on DSIR Scheme - Promoting Innovations in Individuals Start-ups and MSMEs (PRISM) and Business Incubator Opportunities for Faculty and Students organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 05th May 2018 Sponsored by ISTE.
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  • A One Day National Level Student's Technical Symposium & Project Expo Mechonance'18 organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 04th April 2018.
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  • An Awareness Programme on "Opportunities in USA" for B.Tech Students organized by Mechanical Department on 5th March 2018.
  • A Guest Lecture on "CATIA V5R21" by MITS Alumni Ms. J. Poornima, Designer, SKM Technologies for B.Tech students, organized by Dept. of Mechanical Engg. on 19-01-2018.
  • A Guest Lecture on "Academic Engineer Vs Industrial Engineer" was organized by Dept. of Mech 14-09-2017 Sponsored by ISTE.
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  • An awareness programme on "Career Guidance" organized by Dept. of ME on 22nd August 2017.
  • Orientation Programme to I B.Tech, Mechanical Students Organized by Dept of Mechanical Engineering on 03 July 2017.
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  • A National Level Students' Technical Symposium MEchonance'17 organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 18th April 2017.
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  • One day guest lecture on ‘Use and Design Principles of Jigs and Fixtures’ was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on 15 March 2017 in coordination with the Industry Institute Interactive Cell (IIIC) and sponsored by TEQIP-II.
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  • One day Guest Lecture on Industrial Management organized by Dept of Mechanical Engineering & III Cell Under TEQIP - II on 08 March 2017.
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  • A Seminar on "Conservation of Oil and Natural Gas" was Conducted on 17-01-2017 at APSRTC Madanapalle depot by Dr.P. Suryanarayana Raju & Dr. Ch. Sreenivasa Rao organized by Dept. of MECH.
  • 4th National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering organized by Dept. of MECH on 21st & 22nd October 2016.
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  • A Two-Day Staff Development Program On CNC Programming organized by Dept. of. ME held on 16 & 17 September 2016.
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  • CEO Speak Session on Engineering students – Corporate Journey organized by Dept. of ME & III Cell on 15 September 2016.
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  • A guest lecture on Entrepreneurship for Young Engineers was organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, for III year students on 22-08-2016.
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  • DST-SERB Sponsored Two Day National Level Seminar on “Recent Advances in Additive Manufacturing” organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 19th & 20th August 2016.
  • A Guest Lecture on "Industrial Engineering towards Value Maximization" by Dr. K. K. Bhattacharya organized by Dept. of ME on 16th Aug 2016.
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  • A Guest Lecture on Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing was conducted by Department of Mechanical in association with III Cell for Final year students on 9th August 2016.
  • A Guest Lecture for II Year B.Tech Students by Prof. Rahul Basu was organized by Dept. of Mechanical Engineering on 05-08-16.
  • A One Day Workshop on "Composites for Aerospace Applications” organized by Dept. of Mechanical Engineering on 30-07-2016.
  • A One Day seminar on “Career Opportunities for Mechanical Engineers” for III B. Tech (ME) students on 20th of July 2016 organized by Department of Mechnical Engineering.
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  • A Guest Lecture on "Technopreneurship as a career for Mechanical Engg. students" by Mr. Ravi Subramanyam was conducted on 14-07-2016.
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  • Dr. Adinarayana Namburi, a prominent technocrat in the area of Steam and Gas Turbines, visited MITS on 18th March 2016. The event was hosted by the Department of Mechanical Engineering in association with the Industry Institute Interaction Cell.
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  • A Guest Lecture on “Emerging Technologies in Mechanical and Aeronautical Domain” was conducted on 16th March 2016 for III B. Tech Mechanical students.
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  • A One Day National Level Student's Technical Symposium & Project Expo was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 2nd of April 2016.
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  • A Two Day National Workshop on Testing & Characterization of Materials on 4th & 5th March 2016, Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering.
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  • A One Day International Seminar on Recent Trends in Wind Engineering held on 29th January 2016, Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering.
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  • A One Day Session on “Soft Skills” by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Hyderabad for III Year-B.Tech–Mech (A,B&C) students was organized by Training and Placement Cell at Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science on 6 January 2016.
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  • A Three Day Program on “CATIA V5 Essentials in Mechanical Engineering” Under ISTE Chapter Sponsored by TEQIP II Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering & IIIC In Association with EDS Technologies, Bangalore from 28th December 2015 to 30th December 2015.
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  • The “3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering” on 23rd & 24th December 2015 organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering. Click Here For Report on Event
  • Recruitment for JRF (MECH-02) Click here for Details
  • A Guest Lecture on "Latest Trends in New Product Development in CNC Machining" by Mr. Ajitha Prabhu, Director, Kriatec Services Pvt Ltd, Chennai was organized for B.Tech final year Mechanical students on 6th October 2015 by Department of Mechanical Engg., MITS, Madanapalle. Click here for Report on Event
  • A Two Day Guest lecture on “Career Opportunities in Various Industries” for III & IV B.Tech (ME) along with M.Tech (MD) students on July 21st & 22nd 2015. For Report On Event Click Here
  • A Guest Lecture on Innovation and Entrepreneurship was organized by Department of Management studies & Department of Mechanical Engineering for the Final year students of the departments on 13 July 2015. For Report On Event Click Here
  • A Training Program at SRFMTTI, Tractor Nagar, Ananthapuramu for B.Tech - III year Mechanical Students during 28 June 2015 to 3 July 2015.
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  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering is organized a National Level Students Technical Symposium, MECHONANCE’15 on 27th March 2015. For Report On Event Click Here
  • One Day Workshop on “ABET Accreditation Essentials and Preparing for Accreditation” on 24th Feb’ 2015 Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering Under TEQIP - II. For Report On Event Click Here
  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering & IIIC Cell organized a CEO Meet Session "Careers in Manufacturing Sector & Journey from College to Corporate" to the Third year Mechanical and EEE department students with Mr. Galla Vijay Naidu – Chief Executive Officer of Mangal Industries Ltd which is a subsidiary of Amara Raja Group on 30th January 2015.
  • A Guest Lecture was conducted on the topic named “Concepts of FEM” is arranged and conducted for IV B. Tech mechanical students during 8th & 9th November 2014. The resource person was Dr. AVSSKS Gupta who is a professor in Mechanical engineering Department and controller of exams at JNTU, Hyderabad.
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  • A National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering “NCIME’14“ organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on 18th & 19th December 2014. For Report On Event Click Here
  • The Expert Lecture on “Starting a Knowledge based Enterprise – the Needs of an Entrepreneur” by Mr G. Ajitha Prabu, Director, Kriatec Services Pvt Ltd, Chennai on 26th August, 2014. For Report On Event Click Here
  • A Guest Lecture was conducted on 11/04/2014 by the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The Guest Lecture was conducted on “INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY" by Dr. S.V. Prabhu Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. For Report On Event Click Here
  • A National Level Technical Symposium, MECHONANCE’14 held on 29th March 2014. For Report On Event Click Here
  • AICTE Sponsored Two Week Programme On Fatigue & Fracture Mechanics In Finite Element Analysis during 3rd to 15th March 2014 Organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering. For Report On Event Click Here
  • The training program on Introductory Training on ANSYS DESIGN MODELLER was conducted by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on 10th March 2014. A total of 60 Pre final Students have attended the program. For Report On Event Click Here
  • A Three day Training Program conducted on FlexSim 7.0 Software by Mr. Mano Kanthanathan, Managing Partner, Commercial Consultancy Services for the FlexSim software & Mr.K.R.ARUN, simulation engineer from FlexSim software on 17/11/2013 to 19/11/2013.
  • A guest lecture was conducted on “Latest Trends in New product Development-CNC Machining” by Mr. Ajitha Prabu.G, Director, Edgecam Software & Training Services, Kriatec Services Private Limited organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 26/10/2013. For Report On Event Click Here
  • A guest lecture was conducted on “Challenges in developing Micro Air Vehicle and Funding opportunities of Student Projects” by Dr.K.Elangovan, Country Head & Technical Director of NAFEMS India Operations, Bangalore , organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering on 26/10/2013. For Report On Event Click Here
  • A National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering "NCIME’13", held on 21st & 22nd June 2013.
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  • The NAFEMS – CAE Certification program (phase 1) completed successfully on May 6th to 8th 2013. For Report On Event Click Here
  • A National Level Student’s Technical Symposium Mechonance’13 event held on 16th February 2013.
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  • A Two Day International Workshop was organized by Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science on “Composites Design & Analysis using FEM“ under TEQIP -II from 21st & 22nd December 2012. For Brochure For Report On Event Click Here
  • A Three day International Workshop was organized by Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science on “Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)” under TEQIP -II from 5th & 7th July 2012.
  • A National Level Student Technical Symposium Mechonance’12 on 15th March 2012
  • A National Level Workshop conducted on “Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering” on 24th Sept 2011.
  • A five day International Workshop conducted by Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science in Collaboration with IUCEE on “Vibration
  • Theory And Practice Using Computer Tools” on 30th May to 3rd June 2011.
  • A National Level Student Technical Symposium Mechonance’11 conducted on 18th March 2011
  • A National Workshop conducted on “Materials for the Future” on 8th Oct 2010.

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