About the Department

The Department was started in the year 2009, offering four year B.E. Degree in Mechanical Engineering, with an intake of 60 students. This unique course is specially designed and meticulously structured with latest innovative technologies in the field of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering to make the students, a highly skilled professional. The Department offers B.E. Degree (FULL TIME) in Mechanical Engineering.

  • VISION

    The Department strives to inculcate a sound knowledge in Mechanical Engineering and Allied areas along with realised social responsibilities to enable its students to combat the current and impending challenges faced by our country and to extend their expertise to the global arena.
  • MISSION

    DM 1: To impart sound knowledge in Mechanical Engineering with proper mix of theory and practical courses through a system of Teaching –learning process satisfying the students, teacher and industry.

    DM 2: To expose the students to allied disciplines so that the students, on completion of the course, get good opportunities in industries and higher education or can start their own industries.

    DM 3: To promote Research and Development Activities and conduct Continuing Education programs for the skill upgradation of the faculty and offer quality educational service to the students.

From The HOD’S Desk

Dr. S. Nagaraja Head of the Department

A Mechanical Engineering course provides the core knowledge for a range of careers in mechanical field. Mechanical Engineering is also the basis on which other branches of Engineering rely. We have very dedicated and experienced faculty members. We strive to train our students in Engineering Sciences and their application to real life problems through lecture and practical courses to conceive, organise and carry out the design of Engineering Systems. The Department is having well equipped laboratories for the students to learn the latest technology. The Department is conducting Value Added Programs in different areas to enable the students industry ready. Experts from industries are invited to exchange their ideas through workshops and seminars.

The Department arranges Industrial Visits and In Plant training for its students to bridge the gap between the Industry and Institute through MoUs signed between leading industries.

The Auto Club of this department stimulates the innovative and creative thinking of students by conducting competitions and technical expos.

I wish all success for our students and members of faculty to reach greater heights.

Program Outcomes (POs)
  • PO 1 : Engineering knowledge : Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO 2 : Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • 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
  • PO 4 : Conduct investigations of complex problems : Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO 5 : Modern tool usage : Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO 6 : The Engineer and Society : Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO 7 : Environment and Sustainability : Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO 8 : Ethics : Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 9 : Individual and Team work : Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO 10 : Communication : Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO 11 :  Project management and Finance : Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO 12 : Life-long learning : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • PEO 1: The graduates will be able to have a successful career in Mechanical Engineering and allied industries.
  • PEO 2: The graduates will be able to have expertise in the areas of design, thermal, materials and manufacturing.
  • PEO 3: The graduates will be able to contribute towards technological development through academic research and industrial practices.
  • PEO 4: The graduates will be able to practice their profession with good communication, leadership, ethics and social responsibility.
  • PEO 5: The graduates will be able to adapt to evolving technologies through life-long learning.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The students will be able to

  • PSO1: Apply the knowledge of basic sciences, engineering fundamentals, and Mechanical engineering to analyze and design solutions to complex engineering problems considering public health, safety, and environmental aspects.
  • PSO2: Apply research based education and modern engineering and IT tools relevant to Mechanical engineering practice committed to social, cultural, environmental and ethical values.
  • PSO3: Lead, communicate effectively with a good knowledge, understanding of Mechanical engineering specialization along with management principles and apply these to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments and have ability to engage in independent and life-long learning.
Course Outcomes - Regulation 2017

SEMESTER – III

MA8353-Transforms and Partial Differential Equations

  • C201.1: Understand how to solve the given standard partial differential equations.
  • C201.2: Solve differential equations using Fourier series analysis which plays a vital role in engineering applications.
  • C201.3: Appreciate the physical significance of Fourier series techniques in solving one and two dimensional heat flow problems and one dimensional wave equations.
  • C201.4: Understand the mathematical principles on transforms and partial differential equations would provide them the ability to formulate and solve some of the physical problems of engineering.
  • C201.5: Use the effective mathematical tools for the solutions of partial differential equations by using Z transform techniques for discrete time systems.

ME8391-Engineering Thermodynamics

  • C202.1: Apply the first law of thermodynamics for simple open and closed systems under steady and unsteady conditions.
  • C202.2: Apply second law of thermodynamics to open and closed systems and calculate entropy and availability.
  • C202.3: Apply Rankine cycle to steam power plant and compare few cycle improvement methods.
  • C202.4: Derive simple thermodynamic relations of ideal and real gases.
  • C202.5: Calculate the properties of gas mixtures and moist air and its use in psychometric processes.

CE8394-Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

  • C203.1: Apply mathematical knowledge to predict the properties and characteristics of a fluid.
  • C203.2: Can analyze and calculate major and minor losses associated with pipe flow in piping networks.
  • C203.3: Can mathematically predict the nature of physical quantities.
  • C203.4: Can critically analyze the performance of pumps.
  • C203.5: Can critically analyze the performance of turbines.

ME8351-Manufacturing Technology – I

  • C204.1: Explain different metal casting processes, associated defects, merits and demerits.
  • C204.2: Compare different metal joining processes.
  • C204.3: Summarize various hot working and cold working methods of metals.
  • C204.4: Explain various sheet metal making processes.
  • C204.5: Distinguish various methods of manufacturing plastic components.

EE8353-Electrical Drives and Controls

  • C205.1: Ability to acquire the knowledge on Drives and classes of duty.
  • C205.2: Ability to on Understand the different types of motor and their characteristics.
  • C205.3: Ability to acquire the knowledge on the concepts of starter and different types of starter.
  • C205.4: Ability to acquire the knowledge on Conventional and Solid State Speed Control Of D.C. Drives.
  • C205.5: Ability to acquire the knowledge on Conventional and Solid State Speed Control Of A.C. Drives.

ME8361-Manufacturing Technology Laboratory – I

  • C206.1: Demonstrate the safety precautions exercised in the mechanical workshop.
  • C206.2: Make the workpiece as per given shape and size using Lathe.
  • C206.3: Join two metals using arc welding.
  • C206.4: Use sheet metal fabrication tools and make simple tray and funnel.
  • C206.5: Use different moulding tools, patterns and prepare sand moulds.

ME8381-Computer Aided Machine Drawing

  • C207.1: Follow the drawing standards, Fits and Tolerances.
  • C207.2: Re-create part drawings, sectional views and assembly drawings as per standards.

EE8361-Electrical Engineering Laboratory

  • C208.1: Ability to perform speed characteristic of different electrical machine.

HS8381-Interpersonal Skills/Listening & Speaking

  • C209.1: Listen and respond appropriately.
  • C209.2: Participate in group discussions.
  • C209.3: Make effective presentations.
  • C209.4: Participate confidently and appropriately in conversations both formal and informal.

SEMESTER – IV

MA8452-Statistics and Numerical Methods

  • C210.1: Apply the concept of testing of hypothesis for small and large samples in real life problems.
  • C210.2: Apply the basic concepts of classifications of design of experiments in the field of agriculture.
  • C210.3: Appreciate the numerical techniques of interpolation in various intervals and apply the numerical techniques of differentiation and integration for engineering problems.
  • C210.4: Understand the knowledge of various techniques and methods for solving first and second order ordinary differential equations.
  • C210.5: Solve the partial and ordinary differential equations with initial and boundary conditions by using certain techniques with engineering applications.

ME8492-Kinematics of Machinery

  • C211.1: Discuss the basics of mechanism.
  • C211.2: Calculate velocity and acceleration in simple mechanisms.
  • C211.3: Develop CAM profiles.
  • C211.4: Solve problems on gears and gear trains.
  • C211.5: Examine friction in machine elements.

ME8451-Manufacturing Technology – II

  • C212.1: Explain the mechanism of material removal processes.
  • C212.2: Describe the constructional and operational features of centre lathe and other special purpose lathes.
  • C212.3: Describe the constructional and operational features of shaper, planner, milling, drilling, sawing and broaching machines.
  • C212.4: Explain the types of grinding and other super finishing processes apart from gear manufacturing processes.
  • C212.5: Summarize numerical control of machine tools and write a part program.

ME8491-Engineering Metallurgy

  • C213.1: Explain alloys and phase diagram, Iron-Iron carbon diagram and steel classification.
  • C213.2: Explain isothermal transformation, continuous cooling diagrams and different heat treatment processes.
  • C213.3: Clarify the effect of alloying elements on ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
  • C213.4: Summarize the properties and applications of non metallic materials.
  • C213.5: Explain the testing of mechanical properties.

CE8395-Strength of Materials for Mechanical Engineers

  • C214.1: Understand the concepts of stress and strain in simple and compound bars, the importance of principal stresses and principal planes.
  • C214.2: Understand the load transferring mechanism in beams and stress distribution due to shearing force and bending moment.
  • C214.3: Apply basic equation of simple torsion in designing of shafts and helical spring.
  • C214.4: Calculate the slope and deflection in beams using different methods.
  • C214.5: Analyze and design thin and thick shells for the applied internal and external pressures.

ME8493-Thermal Engineering – I

  • C215.1: Apply thermodynamic concepts to different air standard cycles and solve problems.
  • C215.2: Solve problems in single stage and multistage air compressors.
  • C215.3: Explain the functioning and features of IC engines, components and auxiliaries.
  • C215.4: Calculate performance parameters of IC Engines.
  • C215.5: Explain the flow in Gas turbines and solve problems.

ME8462-Manufacturing Technology Laboratory – II

  • C216.1: Use different machine tools to manufacturing gears.
  • C216.2: Ability to use different machine tools to manufacturing gears.
  • C216.3: Ability to use different machine tools for finishing operations.
  • C216.4: Ability to manufacture tools using cutter grinder.
  • C216.5: Develop CNC part programming.

CE8381-Strength Of Materials And Fluid Mechanics And Machinery Laboratory

  • C217.1: Ability to perform Tension, Torsion and Hardness test on Solid materials.
  • C217.2: Ability to perform Compression, and Deformation test on Solid materials.
  • C217.3: Use the measurement equipments for flow measurement.
  • C217.4: Perform test on different fluid machinery.

HS8461-Advanced Reading And Writing

  • C218.1: Write different types of essays.
  • C218.2: Write winning job applications.
  • C218.3: Read and evaluate texts critically.
  • C218.4: Display critical thinking in various professional contexts.

SEMESTER – V

ME8595-Thermal Engineering – II

  • C301.1: Solve problems in Steam Nozzle.
  • C301.2: Explain the functioning and features of different types of Boilers and auxiliaries and calculate performance parameters.
  • C301.3: Explain the flow in steam turbines, draw velocity diagrams for steam turbines and solve problems.
  • C301.4: Summarize the concept of Cogeneration, Working features of Heat pumps and Heat exchangers.
  • C301.5: Solve problems using refrigerant table / charts and psychrometric charts.

ME8593-Design of Machine Elements

  • C302.1: Explain the influence of steady and variable stresses in machine component design.
  • C302.2: Apply the concepts of design to shafts, keys and couplings.
  • C302.3: Apply the concepts of design to temporary and permanent joints.
  • C302.4: Apply the concepts of design to energy absorbing members, connecting rod and crank shaft.
  • C302.5: Apply the concepts of design to bearings.

ME8501-Metrology and Measurements

  • C303.1: Describe the concepts of measurements to apply in various metrological instruments.
  • C303.2: Outline the principles of linear and angular measurement tools used for industrial applications.
  • C303.3: Explain the procedure for conducting computer aided inspection.
  • C303.4: Demonstrate the techniques of form measurement used for industrial components.
  • C303.5: Discuss various measuring techniques of mechanical properties in industrial applications.

ME8594-Dynamics of Machines

  • C304.1: Calculate static and dynamic forces of mechanisms.
  • C304.2: Calculate the balancing masses and their locations of reciprocating and rotating masses.
  • C304.3: Compute the frequency of free vibration.
  • C304.4: Compute the frequency of forced vibration and damping coefficient.
  • C304.5: Calculate the speed and lift of the governor and estimate the gyroscopic effect on automobiles, ships and airplanes.

OAT552-Internal Combustion Engines(Open Elective I)

  • C305.1: Classify the types,explain the construction, and working principles of IC Engines.
  • C305.2: Explain the functions of carburetor, ignition systems and combustion in Petrol engine.
  • C305.3: Explain the functions of injection systems, governors and combustion in Diesel engine.
  • C305.4: Explain the types and functions of various cooling and lubrication systems for IC Engines.
  • C305.5: Understand the new technologies in Automobile engines.

ME8511-Kinematics and Dynamics Laboratory

  • C306.1: Explain gear parameters, kinematics of mechanisms, gyroscopic effect governor effort and range sensitivity and working of lab equipments.
  • C306.2: Determine mass moment of inertia of mechanical element, natural frequency and damping coefficient, torsional frequency.
  • C306.3: Explain the Balancing of rotating and reciprocating masses, critical speeds of shafts, and transmissibility ratio.

ME8512-Thermal Engineering Laboratory

  • C307.1: Conduct tests on heat conduction apparatus and evaluate thermal conductivity of materials.
  • C307.2: Conduct tests on natural and forced convective heat transfer apparatus and evaluate heat transfer coefficient.
  • C307.3: Conduct tests on radiative heat transfer apparatus and evaluate Stefan Boltzmann constant and emissivity.
  • C307.4: Conduct tests to evaluate the performance of parallel/counter flow heat exchanger apparatus and reciprocating air compressor.
  • C307.5: Conduct tests to evaluate the performance of refrigeration and airconditioning test rigs.

ME8513-Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

  • C308.1: Measure the gear tooth dimensions, angle using sine bar, straightness and flatness, thread parameters, temperature using thermocouple, force, displacement, torque and vibration.
  • C308.2: Calibrate the vernier, micrometer and slip gauges and setting up the comparator for the inspection.

SEMESTER – VI

ME8651-Design of Transmission Systems

  • C309.: Apply the concepts of design to belts, chains and rope drives.
  • C309.2: Apply the concepts of design to spur, helical gears.
  • C309.3: Apply the concepts of design to worm and bevel gears.
  • C309.4: Apply the concepts of design to gear boxes.
  • C309.5: Apply the concepts of design to cams, brakes and clutches.

ME8691-Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing

  • C310.1: Explain the 2D and 3D transformations, clipping algorithm, Manufacturing models and Metrics.
  • C310.2: Explain the fundamentals of parametric curves, surfaces and Solids.
  • C310.3: Summarize the different types of Standard systems used in CAD.
  • C310.4: Apply NC & CNC programming concepts to develop part programme for Lathe & Milling Machines.
  • C310.5: Summarize the different types of techniques used in Cellular Manufacturing and FMS.

ME8693-Heat and Mass Transfer

  • C311.1: Apply heat conduction equations to different surface configurations under steady state and transient conditions and solve problems.
  • C311.2: Apply free and forced convective heat transfer correlations to internal and external flows through/over various surface configurations and solve problems.
  • C311.3: Explain the phenomena of boiling and condensation, apply LMTD and NTU methods of thermal analysis to different types of heat exchanger configurations and solve problems.
  • C311.4: Explain basic laws for Radiation and apply these principles to radiative heat transfer between different types of surfaces to solve problems.
  • C311.5: Apply diffusive and convective mass transfer equations and correlations to solve problems for different applications.

ME8692-Finite Element Analysis

  • C312.1: Summarize the basics of finite element formulation.
  • C312.2: Apply finite element formulations to solve one dimensional Problems.
  • C312.3: Apply finite element formulations to solve two dimensional scalar Problems.
  • C312.4: Apply finite element method to solve two dimensional Vector problems.
  • C312.5: Apply finite element method to solve problems on iso parametric element and dynamic Problems.

ME8694-Hydraulics and Pneumatics

  • C313.1: Explain the Fluid power and operation of different types of pumps.
  • C313.2: Summarize the features and functions of Hydraulic motors, actuators and Flow control valves
  • C313.3: Explain the different types of Hydraulic circuits and systems.
  • C313.4: Explain the working of different pneumatic circuits and systems.
  • C313.5: Summarize the various trouble shooting methods and applications of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

ME8091-Automobile Engineering(Professional Elective – I)

  • C314.1: Understand the basic knowledge of vehicle structure and Recognize the various parts of the automobile and their function and materials.
  • C314.2: Discuss the engine auxiliary systems and engine emission control.
  • C314.3: Distinguish the working of different types of transmission systems.
  • C314.4: Explain the Steering, Brakes and Suspension Systems.
  • C314.5: Predict possible alternate sources of energy for IC Engines.

ME8681-CAD/CAM Laboratory

  • C315.1: Draw 3D and Assembly drawing using CAD software.
  • C315.2: Demonstrate manual part programming with G and M codes using CAM.

ME8682-Design and Fabrication Project

  • C316.1: Design and Fabricate the machine element or the mechanical product.
  • C316.2: Demonstrate the working model of the machine element or the mechanical product.

HS8581-Professional Communication

  • CC317.1: Make effective presentations.
  • CC317.2: Participate confidently in Group Discussions.
  • CC317.3: Attend job interviews and be successful in them.
  • CC317.4: Develop adequate Soft Skills required for the workplace.

SEMESTER – VII

ME8792-Power Plant Engineering

  • C401.1: Explain the layout, construction and working of the components inside a thermal power plant.
  • C401.2: Explain the layout, construction and working of the components inside a Diesel, Gas and Combined cycle power plants.
  • C401.3: Explain the layout, construction and working of the components inside nuclear power plants.
  • C401.4: Explain the layout, construction and working of the components inside Renewable energy power plants.
  • C401.5: Explain the applications of power plants while extend their knowledge to power plant economics and environmental hazards and estimate the costs of electrical energy production.

ME8793-Process Planning and Cost Estimation

  • C402.1: To understand Process planning activities,interpret the overall output, evaluate and select the material, equipments and tool with various process planning methods.
  • C402.2: To prepare documents of process planning using quality assurance methods and process parameter calculation.
  • C402.3: To understand the importance of costing and estimation procedure with different cost and losses.
  • C402.4: To gain knowledge about the preparation of estimation of a product in forging shop, welding shop, foundry shop.
  • C402.5: To calculate machining time in lathe, milling, grinding, shaping & operations.

ME8791-Mechatronics

  • C403.1: Discuss the interdisciplinary applications of Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical and Computer Systems for the Control of Mechanical, Electronic Systems and sensor technology.
  • C403.2: Discuss the architecture of Microprocessor and Microcontroller, Pin Diagram, Addressing Modes of Microprocessor and Microcontroller.
  • C403.3: Discuss Programmable Peripheral Interface, Architecture of 8255 PPI, and various device interfacing.
  • C403.4: Explain the architecture, programming and application of programmable logic controllers to problems and challenges in the areas of Mechatronic engineering.
  • C403.5: Discuss various Actuators and Mechatronics system using the knowledge and skills acquired through the course and also from the given case studies.

GE8077-Total Quality Management(Open elective-II)

  • C404.1: To apply the basic knowledge in total quality management relevant to both manufacturing and service industry including IT sector.
  • C404.2: To implement the basic principles of TQM in manufacturing and service based organization.
  • C404.3: To apply the tools of quality management to manufacturing and services processes.
  • C404.4: To apply the techniques of quality management to manufacturing and services processes.
  • C404.5: To apply the knowledge on various ISO standards and quality systems.

ME8073-Unconventional Machining Processes(Professional Elective – II)

  • C405.1: Explain the need for unconventional machining processes and its classification.
  • C405.2: Compare various thermal energy and electrical energy based unconventional machining processes.
  • C405.3: Summarize various chemical and electro-chemical energy based unconventional machining processes.
  • C405.4: Explain various nano abrasives based unconventional machining processes.
  • C405.5: Distinguish various recent trends based unconventional machining processes.

ME8099-Robotics(Professional Elective – III)

  • C406.1: Explain the concepts of industrial robots, classification, specifications and coordinate systems. Also summarize the need and application of robots in different sectors.
  • C406.2: Illustrate the different types of robot drive systems as well as robot end effectors.
  • C406.3: Apply the different sensors and image processing techniques in robotics to improve the ability of robots.
  • C406.4: Develop robotic programs for different tasks and familiarize with the kinematics motions of robot.
  • C406.5: Examine the implementation of robots in various industrial sectors and interpolate the economic analysis of robots.

ME8711-Simulation And Analysis Laboratory

  • C407.1: Simulate the working principle of air conditioning system, hydraulic and pneumatic cylinder and cam follower mechanisms using MATLAB.
  • C407.2: Analyze the stresses and strains induced in plates, brackets and beams and heat transfer problems.
  • C407.3: Calculate the natural frequency and mode shape analysis of 2D components and beams.

ME8781-Mechatronics Laboratory

  • C408.1: Demonstrate the functioning of mechatronics system with various pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical systems.
  • C408.2: Demonstrate the functioning of control systems with the help of PLC and microcontrollers.

ME8712-Technical Seminar

  • C409.1: To enrich the communication skills of the student.
  • C409.2: Presentations of technical topics of interest.

MG8591-Principles of Management

  • C410.1: Understanding of managerial functions – planning.
  • C410.2: Understanding of managerial functions – organizing.
  • C410.3: Understanding of managerial functions – staffing.
  • C410.4: Understanding of managerial functions leading & controlling.
  • C410.5: Basic knowledge on international aspect of management.

MG8091-Entrepreneurship Development

  • C411.1: Have the ability to discern distinct entrepreneurial traits.
  • C411.2: To aid entrepreneurial motivation and manage frustration.
  • C411.3: To Know the parameters to assess opportunities and constraints for new business ideas.
  • C411.4: To develop knowledge regarding legal and regulatory environment.
  • C411.5: To make use of government machinery and support system.

ME8811-Project Work

  • C412.1: On Completion of the project work students will be in a position to take up any challenging practical problems and find solution by formulating proper methodology.