The Department of Mechanical Engineering is a pioneer department since the establishment of college in 2011. The department has extensive facilities in terms of faculty, infrastructure & equipment. The department is recognised as a research centre by JNTUK, Kakinada for pursuing Ph.D. programme in Mechanical Engineering. The department has spacious laboratories and well equipped with experimental set-ups as per the requirement of the curriculum. The faculty are very active and encourage the students in fabricating real models viz., Go-kart, Robots, Solar based vehicles and other working models, which are very useful in day to day life and teach students with live examples.
The department has an entrepreneurship cell through which it organises lectures by successful entrepreneurs, bank officers, MSME officials to nurture them as successful entrepreneurs in future. To nurture the students to gain all-round development, the department has many clubs like, ‘cultural club’, “We can talk” to improve soft skills and improve their intra and inter-personal skills, interactive skills to make them leaders of tomorrow. The faculty encourages students to participate in competitions like Go-kart at National level and present technical papers in conferences and publish papers in journals.
Mechanical engineers develop state-of-the-art technologies and exhilarating solutions for the mankind. We attempt to provide our students with a cheerful, productive and satisfying experience at all levels of their program of studies to explore the amazing world of mechanical engineering.
|DME (Diploma in Mechanical Engineering)||120|
|B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)||240|
|S.No||Name of the faculty||Title||Reference||Journal|
|1||Mr. Pramod Kumar||Numerical Modeling of Temperature Distribution in Laser Beam Welding of 304 Stainless Steel||Vol. 8, Issue 3, Jun 2018, 457-468.||International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development|
|2||Mr. Pramod Kumar||Numerical Simulation of Temperature Distribution in Laser Welding of AISI 316||Springer, Singapore, 2019. 237-246||Advances in Industrial and Production Engineering.|
|3||Mr. Pramod Kumar||Studies on Numerical Simulation of Temperature Distribution in Laser Beam Welding of 304L Austenitic Stainless Steel.||9.1 (2019): 30-49.||International Journal of Manufacturing, Materials, and Mechanical Engineering|
|4||Mr. Pramod Kumar||Microstructure and mechanical properties of pulsed Nd: YAG laser welding of st37 carbon steel||133 (2018): 733-739||Procedia computer science|
|5||Mr. Pramod Kumar||Effect of heat input in pulsed Nd: YAG laser welding of titanium alloy (Ti6Al4V) on microstructure and mechanical properties||63.3 (2019): 673-689.||Welding in the World|
|6||Mr. Pramod Kumar||Effect of average beam power on microstructure and mechanical properties of Nd: YAG laser welding of 304L and st37 steel||-||World Journal of Engineering (2019).|
|7||Mr. Pramod Kumar||Studies of temperature distribution for laser welding of dissimilar thin sheets through finite element method.||40.9 (2018): 455.||Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering|
|8||Mr. Pramod Kumar||Effect of pulse width in pulsed Nd: YAG dissimilar laser welding of austenitic stainless steel (304 L) and carbon steel (st37).||Processing 5, no. 4 (2018): 317-334.||Lasers in Manufacturing and Materials|
|9||Mr. K.Vijay||Analysis of condense in a thermal power plant for possible augumentation inits heat transfer performance||vol-14,no.2 -2015||IJSPR|
|10||Mr. K.Vijay||Thermal analysis of forced convective heat transfer through free like biending fins||vol-6,no.2, 2016||International Journal of Thermal Technologies|
|11||Mr. K.Vijay||Experimental enhancement on the quality of steam by using separating & throttling calorimeters||Accepted 2019||International information and Engineering technology association|
|12||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||Mehanical TIG welding gives consistant bead geometry, a case study||vol-2, issue-8,2015||Recent Technologies in Mechanical & Electrical Engineering|
|13||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||A study on effect of preheating and post weld heat treatment of grade P91 steel.||vol-2, no-8,2015,PP.57-62||Materials science and Mechanical Engineering|
|14||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||Opinion regarding chemical technology and its applications||P(1),2017||Journal of chemical technology and its applications|
|15||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||Weld bead geometry dimensions measurement based on pixel intensity by image analysis||100(2);PP.379-384, 2019||Journal of Institution Engineers|
|16||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||A study to increase weld penetration P91 steel during TIG welding by using Activating fluxes||225(2017),012099||Material science and Engineering|
|17||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||A study to increase weld penetration P91 steel during TIG welding by using a backing medium||-||Journal of Materials Today Elsevier proceedings|
|18||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||Techniques to improve weld penetratyion in TIG welding (A review)||(2017) PP. 1252-1259||Journal of Materials Today Elsevier proceedings|
|19||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||An approach to maximize weld penetration during TIG weilding of P91 steel plates by utilizing image processing &taguchi orthogonal array||Vol 98(5), (2107), 98(5), PP.541-551||Institution of Engineers|
|20||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||A study on enhanced the depth of penetration in grade p-91 steel plate using Alumina as a flux in FB TIG Welding||Vol 42(11),(2017) PP.4959-4970||Arabian Journal of science & engineering|
|21||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||Study on effect of high temperature inserts cerimic fiber insulating board to weld grade P-91 steel||Volume 25, (2017), PP.1-7||Manufacturing process|
|22||Dr. M. Murugan||Performance enhancement of v-trough solar concentractor with peripherally oblique-cut twist||Volume 14, 3401-12||TAGA Journal of graphic technology|
|23||Dr. M. Murugan||Infuence of corrugated booster reflectors in a centrally finned twist inserted solar collector on heat transfer and thermal performance characteristics||Vol 141, 62001-1-9||Journal of heat transfer|
|24||Dr. M. Murugan||Performance enhancement of centrally finned twist inserted solar collector using corrugcted booster refelctor||Volume 168, 2018||Energy|
|25||Dr. T.Srihari||“Mathematical Modelling in Automatic Submerged Arc Welding”||(JOM-7)., 31st May –2nd June, 1995 Helsingor , Denkmark.||Proceedings of Seventh International Conference for joining of Materials|
|26||Dr. T.Srihari||Mathematical Models for Predicting weld Bead Shape and Dimensions in Automatic Submerged Arc welding||1-4 April 1991, Maryland, U.S.A.||International Conference on “Mathematical and computer Modelling”|
|27||Dr. T.Srihari||“Weld Bead Geometry Prediction”||May 95, Vol. 76, p. 39-43.||Institution of Engineers (INDIA)|
|28||Dr. T.Srihari||Optimization of Process parameters for a modified chisel edge HSS drill||e-ISSN: 2278-1684,p-ISSN: 2320-334X, Volume 11, Issue 2 Ver. I (Mar- Apr. 2014)||IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE)|
|29||Dr. T.Srihari||“Performance Evaluation of Cryogenic Treated HSS Drill”||Volume 13 Issue 7 Version 1.0 Year 2013 ,Online ISSN: 2249-4596 & Print ISSN: 0975-5861.||Global Journal of Researches in Engineering Mechanical & Mechanics|
|30||Dr. T.Srihari||“Design and performance evaluation of a horizontal hydraulic honing attachment to lathe"||Vol. 6, No. 1, 2014, pp. 106-111.||International Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology|
|31||Dr. T.Srihari||“Properties of SiCp / Al2O3 ceramic matrix composites prepared by directed metal oxidation of aluminum alloy”.||Vol- 1, Number 1 (2011), pp. 11-28.||International Journal of Mechanical and Material Sciences research|
|32||Dr. T.Srihari||“Phase, micorstructure and physical properties of SiCp / Al2O3 ceramic matrix composites prepared by directed metal oxidisation process||ISSN 0973 – 4589 Vol -6, Number 4 (2011), pp. 473-484.||International journal of Material Science|
|33||Dr. T.Srihari||“Fabrication of SiCp / Al2O3 ceramic matrix composites prepared by directed metal oxidisation of aluminum alloy”||ISSN 2231 – 1211 vol – 2 Number 3 (2011),||International journal of Advanced material science|
|34||Mr. V.S.Nagi Reddy||Design and CFD analysis on coated steam turbine blade||Mahratta chamber of commerce||Mahratta chamber of commerce|
|35||Mr. A.Arif||Optimization of helical spring weight using meta heuristic algorithms||Vol. 5 issue 2, 2018||STM journals|
|36||Mr. K.Vijay||Experimental analysis on thermal behavior of water based nano-fluid (Al2O3) using separating and throttling calorimeter||Vol. 5 issue 1, 2019||International Journal for Science and Advance Research in Technology|
|37||Mr. K.Vijay||Thermal Analysis of Shell And Tube Heat Exchanger Using Corrugated Tube And Corrugated Shell||Vol. 5 issue 3, 2017||International Journal of Innovative Technology and Research|
|38||Mr. M.Srinivas||Heat trnasfer enhancement in double pipe heat exchanger using water based nano-fluid(SiO2) with twisted tape inserts||Vol. 5 issue 2, 2019||International Journal for Science and Advance Research in Technology|
|39||Mr. M.Srinivas||Nanomaterial and thermal properties||Vol. 4 issue 9, 2018||International Journal of Technical Innovation in Modern Engineering & Science|
|40||Mr. M.Srinivas||Accommodative capabilities of smart material||Vol. 5 issue 9, 2018||Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research|
|41||Mr. M.Srinivas||Improvement of fuel efficiency in a petrol engine by using water injection||Vol. 15, issue 2, 2017||International Journal of Chemical Sciences|
|42||Mr. K.Vijay||Vijay Heat performance analysis on single loop pulsating heat pipe||volume 2 issue 4 December 2016||pipe Open journal of technology & engineering disciplines|
|43||Mr. K.Vijay||analysis of forced convective heat transfer on tree like branching fins||volume 6 issue 2 june 2016||International journal of thermal technologies|
|44||Mr. M.Srinivasa Reddy||Structural and model analysis of brake disc of different materials||volume 3 issue 2 2016||International journal of research and innovation|
|45||Mr. D.Deepu||Structural and model analysis of multi stage centrifugal pump rotor assembly using different materials||volume 2 issue 1 june 2016.||International journal of research and innovation|
|46||Mr. T.S.S Bhaskar rao||CFD Analysis on pulsating heat pipe to improve heat transfer||Volume 3 issue 1 june 2016||International journal of research and innovation in thermal engineering|
To be a center of excellence in Mechanical Engineering education and research
• To promote trainings with institutional association
• To achieve learning centric infra-structure .
• To provide skill based education with focus on Automotive
• To promote innovative ideas through creativity and leadership quality
PEO1: Learn the principles of applied and fundamental engineering sciences that are required to formulate and solve problems in Mechanical Engineering.
PEO2: Exhibit technical skills in solving real world problems using emerging technologies considering societal, technological and business challenges
PEO3: Work effectively as individuals and as team members in multidisciplinary projects.
PEO4: Engage in professional practice with ethical values and attitude of lifelong learning.
1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3. 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.
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.
5. MODERN TOOL USAGE: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
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.
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.
8. ETHICS: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
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, give and receive clear instructions.
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.
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.
PSO1: Mechanical Engineers must be able to analyze, design and evaluate mechanical components and systems using cutting edge software tools as required by the industries from time to time.
PSO2: The ability to work in manufacturing and other sectors operations and maintenance plants.
PSO3: As part of a team or individually, plan and manage activities in micro, small, medium and large enterprise.
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|S.No||NAME OF THE STAFF||QUALIFICATION||DESIGNATION||EXPERIENCE||PHOTO|
|1||DR. T SRIHARI||M.E., Ph.D.||Professor||30|
|2||DR. PULI DANAIAH||M.Tech, Ph.D.||Professor & HOD||13.5|
|3||DR. MANICKAM MURUGAN||M.Tech, Ph.D.||Associate Professor||19|
|4||DR.AKHILESH KUMARSINGH||M.Tech, Ph.D.||Associate Professor||11|
|5||DR.P.GANGADHARA RAO||M.Tech, Ph.D.||Associate Professor||25|
|6||DR. K S S MOHAN||M.Tech, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||17.5|
|7||DR.PRAMOD KUMAR||M.Tech, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||4|
|8||DR.N STANLEY EBENEZER||M.Tech, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||4|
|9||DR. CH V V M J SATISH||M.Tech, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||5|
|10||Mr.P V SMURALI KRISHNA||M.Tech (Ph.D)||Assistant Professor||17.6|
|11||Mr.ABDUL ARIF||M.Tech (Ph.D)||Assistant Professor||5|
|12||Mr.V.S.SURYA PRAKASH||M.E., (Ph.D.)||Assistant Professor||9.5|
|13||Mrs.A.LALITHA JYOTHI||M.Tech., (Ph.D.)||Assistant Professor||5|
|14||Mr. M RAMBABU||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||12|
|15||Mr.CHITTURI RAMPRASAD||M.S, M.Tech||Assistant Professor||8|
|16||Mr. PANDIRI JAIKISHAN||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||11|
|17||Mr.A C V S Prasad||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||6.5|
|19||Mr.V SIVA NAGI REDDY||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|24||Mr.B JAGADISH||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||3|
|26||Mr.M SRINIVAS||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|28||Mrs.R S M JYOTHI||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||6|
|29||J RAMA KRISHNA||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|30||K.DILIP KUMAR||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|31||K SATYANARAYANA||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|32||P SATEESH||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|33||B DURGA PRASAD||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||4|
|34||KODIMELA KEERTHI||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|35||CH HARISH KUMAR||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|36||Mr.E SAMBI REDDY||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|37||G SANTHOSH KUMAR||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|38||B RAHUL KISHORE||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|39||Y ANJANEYULU||M.Tech||Assistant Professor||5|
|S.No||Name of the faculty||Research Area||Title|
|1||Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Singh||submit||Eco- friendly humidity controller for room & office purpose|
|2||Mr. M. Srinivas||submit||Improvement of fuel efficiency in a petrol engine by using water injection|
|3||Mr. K. Vijay||submit||Experimental analysis an heat transfer through twisted pin-fin|
|4||Dr. M. Murugan||submit||Performance enhancement of twist inserted solar collector using booster reflectors|