Mechanical Engineering



About

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 1979 with an intake of 60 students under Gulbarga University, Kalaburgi. The department has committed and dedicated team of 11 teaching staff with masters and PhD degrees. Specialization in Thermal,Production and Design streams. A team of non teaching staff supports the department in conducting labs. The department has well equipped labs and all licensed softwares as per AICTE/VTU requirements. A Departmental Association is formed with a faculty as an advisor. The Association helps in arranging programmes for students to exhibit their talents in cultural,sports,technical events and helping in overall development of the students.

The department with help of Alumni Association of the college invites the Alumni for seminars,helping students with their internship and industrial projects and also guiding them in shaping their future.


Vision

To be recognized as a trend setting department of excellence by providing highly competent and quality Education to Mechanical Engineering students to meet the changing needs of mechanical industries and also contribute in research, relevant to industry and society.

Mission

     -To be an ideal department in imparting quality education to the students and enhancing their skills to make them to be competitive
       to the industry.
     -Training the students in tune with the evolving challenges and societal needs through flexible and innovative learning process.
     -To establish centers of excellence and collaborate with R and D organizations to foster research activities.
     -To collaborate with Industries to provide solutions to identified problems.
     -To promote entrepreneurship.

 

 

SWOC

Strength:
     1. Experienced teaching staff with an average experience of 18 years.
     2. Well-equipped Labs.
     3. Meticulous working culture in the Department.
     4. Mentoring of the students to improve their performance.
     5. Conducting programs for improving the soft skills of the students.
     6. Arranging the training program for campus selection.

 

Weakness:
     1. Very low CET rank Students are admitted.
     2. Fewer placements.
     3. Locality disadvantage.
     4. Climatic conditions of Raichur City.



Opportunity:
     1. Aligning the students with emerging trends in education.
     2. Encouraging new ideas and support for start-up Innovations.
     3. To inculcate meticulous working culture with the Students.
     4. To achieve and maintainresults above VTU results.
     5. To imbibe fairness, transparency and ethics in the students.
     6. To build the strong future leaders.

 

Challenge:
     1. Gap between Industry and Academia.
     2. Poor communication skill of students.
     3. Lack of Mechanical Industries in this region.

 

 

Faculty

  • Dr.B.R.Hosamani, PhD
    Professor & HOD
    Experience-36 Years
  • Shivakumar S., M.E.
    Associate Professor
    Experience-34 Years
  • Dr.S.Channabasava, PhD
    Associate Professor
    Experience-34 Years
  • Veerabhadrappa K., M.Tech
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-33 Years
  • Hanumanth Rao Diwate, M.Tech
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-14 Years
  • Sangamesh N.D., M.Tech
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-8 Years
  • Vinayak Horapyati, M.Tech
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-3 Years
  • Anil M. Kanta, M.Tech
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-3 Years
  • Shrishaila Reddy, M.Tech
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-3 Years
  • Prashant Patil, M.Tech
    Assistant Professor
    Experience-2 Years



Infrastructure

The department has 11 laboratories. We have more than 35 dual core i3, i5 computer systems and all are connected in LAN. The department also has the WiFi facility. More than 12 legal application softwares and many open licence application softwares are present.

Reprographics facilities are also available in the department itself. And also all the labs have First Aid facilities.


Laboratory details

Name of the Lab     Area in Sq.m     Major Equipments
Lab 1 
FMS Lab    
 

Centrifugal Pump, Pelton Turbine, Franscis  Turbine, Kaplan Turbine, Gear Pump, Reciprocating Pump.

Lab 2
CAED Lab 
 

21 (HP core i3 and Dual core) systems, Canon LBP 2900b Laser printer,100mps and 1gbps switch, UPS equipped with LED projector & installed with Solid edge software  

Lab 3
Foundry & Forging Lab
 

Sand Testing Equipment & Core Testing,UTM Compression Testing Machine,Sand Ramming Tools, Mould Boxes & Paterns, Gas furnace

Lab 4
MS & MT Lab 
  Metallurgical Microscope 2 Nos, Polishing Machine for Specimen
Lab 5
Material Science & Inst
  Metallurgical Microscope, Polishing specimens Universal Testing Machine's Compassion Testing Machine
Lab 6
Heat Transfer Lab  
 

Thermal Conductivity, Natural and forced convection, Emmisivity, Heat exchanger, Pin-Fin apparatus, refrigeration and Air Conditioning.

Lab 7 
CAD & CAM
 

20 PCs M Tab Milling, Solid Edge Software 60 Licenses, Server Upgrade Dual Core, P4 2.8X2 160 4B Hard Disk, Analysis 13 SNX Can Software and UPS power backup.

Lab 8
Energy Conversion Lab 
 

Morse Test,Single cylinder  Diesel Engine, Multi Cylinder diesel  Engine, Air Compressor,Four Stroke Petrol engine,Redwood Viscometer, Pensky martin apparatus, Valve timing diagram.

Lab 9
Basic Workshop 
 

Chisels-05, Hacksaw Frame-30, Electrodes, Welding Gun-2, Tongs-20, Cutters=15, Files-60,BenchWise-20, Welding Sheild, Marking Gauge, tri-Square.

Lab 10
Design Lab 
 

Governors, Balancing equipment, Gyroscope,Journal Bearing, Vibration Setup

Lab 11
Machine Shop 
 

21 Lathe, 02 Shapers, 02 Milling, 01 Su 2101 Automatic Capstan & Turret Lathe,  Are Welding Aircolled & Hot Spot welding Testing equipment , Core Testing.

 

 

 

Syllabus

     • 2010 Scheme & Syllabus

     • 2015 Scheme & Syllabus

     • 2017 Scheme & Syllabus

     • 2018 Scheme & Syllabus

Timetable

ODD Sem Time Table: Click here

PSOs & COs

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO1: Ability to apply the concept of mechanical Engineering knowledge of   various subjects and apply the same to relevant field of engineering.
PSO2: Apply the mechanical engineering knowledge   to design the components and equipment’s which are to be economical and efficient.
PSO3:
Apply the knowledge of manufacturing the components which are to be cost competitive in the market.
 
 

 

Course Name  Engineering Mathematics – III
Course Code 17MAT31
CO1 Know the use of periodic signals and Fourier series to analyze circuits and system communications
CO2 Explain the general linear system theory for continuous-time signals and digital signal processing using the Fourier Transform and z-transform
CO3 Employ appropriate numerical methods to solve algebraic and transcendental equations
CO4 Apply Green's Theorem, Divergence Theorem and Stokes' theorem in various applications in the field of electro-magnetic and gravitational fields and fluid flow problems
CO5 Determine the extremals of functionals and solve the simple problems of the calculus of variations

 

Course Name  Materials Science
Course Code 17ME32
CO1 Describe the mechanical properties of metals, their alloys and various modes of failure
CO2 Understand the microstructures of ferrous and non-ferrous materials to mechanical properties
CO3 Explain the processes of heat treatment of various alloys
CO4 Understand the properties and potentialities of various materials available and material selection procedures
CO5 Know about composite materials and their processing as well as applications
Course Name  Basic Thermodynamics
Course Code 17ME33
CO1 Explain thermodynamic systems, properties, Zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature scales and energy interactions
CO2 Determine heat, work, internal energy, enthalpy for flow & non flow process using First and Second Law of Thermodynamics
CO3 Interpret behavior of pure substances and its applications to practical problems
CO4 Determine change in internal energy, change in enthalpy and change in entropy using TD relations for ideal gases
CO5 Calculate Thermodynamics properties of real gases at all ranges of pressure, temperatures using modified equation of state including Vander Waals equation, Redlich Wong equation and Beattie
Course Name  Mechanics of Materials
Course Code 17ME34
CO1 Understand simple, compound, thermal stresses and strains their relations, Poisson’s ratio, Hooke’s law, mechanical properties including elastic constants and their relations
CO2 Determine stresses, strains and deformations in bars with varying circular and rectangular cross-sections subjected to normal and temperature loads
CO3 Determine plane stress, principal stress, maximum shear stress and their orientations using analytical method and Mohr’s circle
CO4 Determine the dimensions of structural members including beams, bars and rods using Energy methods and also stress distribution in thick and thin cylinders
CO5 Draw SFD and BMD for different beams including cantilever beams, simply supported beams and overhanging beams subjected to UDL, UVL, Point loads and couples
CO6 Determine dimensions, bending stress, shear stress and its distribution in beams of circular, rectangular, symmetrical I and T sections subjected to point loads and UDL
Course Name  Metal Casting and Welding
Course Code 17ME35A
CO1 Describe the casting process, preparation of Green, Core, dry sand molds and Sweep, Shell, Investment and plaster molds
CO2 Explain the Pattern, Core, Gating, Riser system and Jolt, Squeeze, Sand Slinger Molding Machines
CO3 Compare the Gas fired pit, Resistance, Coreless, Electrical and Cupola Metal Furnaces
CO4 Compare the Gravity, Pressure die, Centrifugal, Squeeze, slush and Continuous Metal mold castings
CO5 Explain the Solidification process and Casting of Non-Ferrous Metals
CO6 Describe the Metal Arc, TIG, MIG, Submerged and Atomic Hydrogen Welding processes used in manufacturing
CO7 Explain the Resistance spot, Seam, Butt, Projection, Friction, Explosive, Thermit, Laser and Electron Beam Special type of welding process used in manufacturing
CO8 Describe the Metallurgical aspects in Welding and inspection methods for the quality assurance of components made of casting and joining process
Course Name  Computer Aided Machine Drawing
Course Code 17ME36A
CO1 Sections of pyramids, prisms, cubes, cones and cylinders resting on their bases in 2D
CO2 Orthographic views of machine parts with and without sectioning in 2D
CO3 Sectional views for threads with terminologies of ISO Metric, BSW, square and acme, sellers and American standard threads in 2D
CO4 Hexagonal and square headed bolt and nut with washer, stud bolts with nut and lock nut, flanged nut, slotted nut, taper and split pin for locking counter sunk head screw, grub screw, Allen screw assemblies in 2D
CO5 Parallel key, Taper key, and Woodruff Key as per the ISO standards in 2D
CO6 Single and double riveted lap joints, butt joints with single/double cover straps, cotter and knuckle joint for two rods in 2D
CO7 Sketch split muff, protected type flanged, pin type flexible, Oldham’s and universal couplings in 2D
CO8 Assemblies from the part drawings with limits ,fits and tolerance given for Plummer block, Ram bottom safety valve, I.C. Engine connecting rod,Screw Jack, Tailstock of lathe, Machine Vice and Lathe square tool post in 2D and 3D

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