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Mechanical Engineering Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering started in 1986 with an intake of 40 students, today has an intake of 180 with a faculty strength of 52. The Department offers an Undergraduate programme, BE in Mechanical Engineering and two Postgraduate programes - M.Tech. in Energy Systems Engineering and Machine Design with an intake of 18 students each. The Department is a recognized research centre under VTU Belagavi, with 9 guides and more than 26 Ph.D students both internal and external including 3 full-time Research Scholars. With excellent infrastructural facilities in terms of class rooms and laboratories, the faculty are engaged in research activities and sponsored research projects worth more than Rs. 90 Lakhs are already executed. A research project of Rs. 77.28 Lakhs is in progress in Micromachining area with 50% fund sharing by Karnataka Council for Technological Upgradation, Government of Karnataka. The department has excellent research outputs in terms of publications in refereed International Journals and National and International Conferences, with a total number of 171 publications in the last three years. The faculty members have been continuously updating their technical expertise and knowledge by attending/organizing seminars, conferences and workshops. Many faculty have won several awards and sponsorships for attending and conducting seminars and conferences.

Vision

To produce Mechanical engineers of the highest quality who are professionally competent and highly qualified to suit the needs of industries and organizations by promoting excellence in teaching, learning and research.


Mission

The Dept. of Mechanical Engineering is committed to

  • Provide high quality education to the students, to fulfill the requirements ofa ‘Global Engineer’
  • Constantly strive to improve the teaching-learning methods, in order to deliver good academic programs
  • Respond to the fast evolving scientific and technological challengesin a highly competitive world
  • Inculcate, ethics, integrity, honesty, credibility, social and environmental consciousness

Mechanical Engineering graduates of the institution shall be able to

  • Work in industry, government and research organizations to do research, design, develop, test, evaluate and implement cutting edge engineering solutions to problems encountered in professional practice
  • Communicate and perform as an effective engineering professional in both individual and team-based project environments in industrial and research based organizations
  • Consider the ethical implications and societal impact of engineering solutions including environment and sustainability
  • Continuously improve lifelong learning through active participation in professional & societal development, adapt to new cultures and emerging career opportunities
  • 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
  • P04: 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 the need for sustainable development
  • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice
  • P09: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
  • PO10:Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions
  • PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments
  • PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change

    At the end of the program students shall be able to

  • PSO 1: Apply the concepts and principles of design and to develop solutions to real world problems useful to industries and society in general, which are ethically right, economically sound and environmentally sustainable
  • PSO2: Apply thermal engineering principles in solving problems related to the domain, to improve efficiency, reduce losses and pollution and effectively harness different forms of renewable sources of energy for the betterment of future generations
  • PSO3: Recognize the importance of manufacturing process and its role in industrial development and provide knowledge about the basics and advances to improve productivity
  • SEMESTER 1 & 2 - PHYSICS CYCLE
  • ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - I/II
  • ENGINEERING PHYSICS(SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS )
  • ENGINEERING MECHANICS
  • BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  • ENGLISH & COMMUNICATION SKILLS
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WORKSHOP PRACTICES
  • CONSTITUTION OF INDIA & PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
  • SEMESTER 1 & 2 - CHEMISTRY CYCLE
  • ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - I/II
  • ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
  • C PROGRAMMING FOR PROBLEM SOLVING
  • BASIC ELECTRONICS
  • ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
  • BIOLOGY FOR ENGINEERS
  • COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
  • SEMESTER 3
  • ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - III
  • KINEMATICS OF MACHINES
  • MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
  • BASIC THERMODYNAMICS
  • MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
  • MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
  • COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DRAWING
  • MATERIAL TESTING LAB.
  • FOUNDRY, FORGING & WELDING LAB.
  • ENHANCING SELF COMPETENCE
  • ADVANCED MATHEMATICS - I
  • SEMESTER 4
  • ENGG. MATHEMATICS - IV
  • MATERIAL SCIENCE ENGINEERING
  • KINEMATICS OF MACHINES
  • APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
  • MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
  • FLUID MECHANICS
  • BIOMECHANICS
  • ENERGY CONVERSION ENGINEERING LAB.
  • MACHINE SHOP
  • ADVANCED MATHEMATICS - II
  • SEMESTER 5
  • FLUID MACHINERY
  • DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS - I
  • DYNAMICS OF MACHINES
  • METROLOGY & MEASUREMENTS
  • INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT - ELE
  • TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT - ELE
  • ADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS - ELE
  • FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY LAB.
  • METROLOGY & MEASUREMENTS LAB.
  • EMPLOYABILITY SKILL DEVELOPMENT - I
  • SEMESTER 6
  • OPERATIONS RESEARCH
  • DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS - II
  • AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING
  • CAD/ CAM
  • INTRODUCTION TO PIPING ENGINEERING - ELE
  • WELDING TECHNOLOGY - ELE
  • RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY - ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO AIRCRAFT DESIGN - ELE
  • FINITE ELEMENT METHOD - ELE
  • COMPUTER AIDED MODELING & ANALYSIS LAB.
  • CNC LAB.
  • EMPLOYABILITY SKILL DEVELOPMENT- II
  • SEMESTER 7
  • POWER PLANT ENGINEERING
  • MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS
  • INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS
  • MECHATRONICS
  • CONTROL ENGINEERING - ELE
  • REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING - ELE
  • IC ENGINES - ELE
  • MAINTENANCE & RELIABILITY ENGINEERING - ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE LEARNING - ELE
  • PHILOSOPHY - ELE
  • OVERVIEW OF INDIAN CULTURE AND ARTS - ELE
  • ENVIRONMENTAL HYGIENE, SANITATION & WASTE MGT.
  • INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE LANGUAGE - ELE
  • PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION - ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH LANGUAGE - ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO YOGA - ELE
  • PROJECT - PHASE I
  • SEMINAR
  • DYNAMICS LAB.
  • SEMESTER 8
  • HEAT TRANSFER
  • NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING - ELE
  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT - ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE COMPUTING - ELE
  • WIND AND SOLAR POWER ENGINEERING - ELE
  • FLUID POWER SYSTEMS - ELE
  • ENERGY CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT- ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT- ELE
  • HEAT TRANSFER LAB.
  • PROJECT - PHASE II
  • INTERNSHIP
  • OPEN ELECTIVE
  • GRAPH THEORY - ELE
  • MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ML - ELE
  • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS - ELE
  • NANO TECHNOLOGY - ELE
  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT - ELE
  • INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION CONTROL - ELE
  • NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SYSTEMS - ELE
  • MODERN CONTROL THEORY - ELE
  • INFORMATION & ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
  • ROBOTICS - ELE
  • OBJECT ORIENTED PROG. WITH C++ - ELE
  • ESSENTIALS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - ELE
  • OPTO ELECTRONIC DEVICES - ELE
  • CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL PRODUCTS - ELE
  • PROFESSIONAL & COGNITIVE COMMUNIQUE - ELE
  • OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP - ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO GEOINFORMATICS - ELE
  • CORROSION SCIENCE - ELE
  • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - ELE
  • COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS - ELE
  • LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGY - ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO PYTHON PROGRAMMING - ELE
  • INTRODUCTION TO ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK - ELE
  • BIOFUEL ENGINEERING - ELE
  • E-WASTE MANAGEMENT - ELE
  • SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT - ELE
  • NUMBER THEORY - ELE
  • CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE & SERVICES - ELE

Duration : 4 years (8 Semesters)

Intake : 180 Students

Skill Development

Facilities

Computer Aided Engineering Graphics

This laboratory is used by first year students of chemistry cycle

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Engineering Skill Development Lab

Basic engineering skills like cutting, making joints etc are taught here..

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Machine Shop

Workshop which consists of different types of machine tools like Lathe, shaper, milling, slotting, CNC machines etc

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Foundry, Forging and Welding

workshop where students are trained to prepare the various types of models using heat

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Material Testing Laboratory

Laboratory is equipped with instruments such as Universal testing, Compression testing Machine

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Fluid Machinery Lab

In this lab experiments are conducted to evaluate the performance of Pelton turbine, Francis (reaction) turbine..

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Metrology and Measurements Lab

Engineering metrology is a very important subject for mechanical engineers..

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CAD/CAM

This course is offered as a part of the curriculum for VI semester Mechanical Engineering students.

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Energy Conversion Lab

The energy conversion engineering lab conducted for fourth semester mechanical engineering students.

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Dynamics Lab

Dynamics and vibrations are integral part of understanding many physical systems and technologies.

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Heat and Mass Transfer lab

In this lab experiments are conducted in all the three modes of heat transfer..

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Active Learning

Department implements active learning laboratory for Industrial Robotics course.

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