MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

The Mechanical Engineering Department was established in the year 2005. The school of Mechanical Engineering offers both a broad Mechanical Engineering degree that has emphasis on Fluid Mechanics, Mechatronics, Hydraulics, Automotive and Medical Engineering fields. Engineers qualified in all these areas play a key role in the design and manufacture of items that impact on modern living and our everyday lives, whether it comprises of household goods, healthcare products, sports equipment, reliable cars, aircraft or other transport systems.

The department has a very effective advisory system, which maintains sound student-teacher relationship. The department strives to achieve improvement in academic standards and is much dedicated for the overall development of students. We are equipped with experienced professional hands impart efficient knowledge to the students. The laboratories and the workshop in the department and the supporting departments give ample opportunities to the students of Mechanical Engineering for gaining practical knowledge and hands on experience. Industrial visits and Educational tours are made an integral part of the curriculum to familiarize the student with the industrial environments and working conditions.

Educational Objective of the Department

The Mechanical Engineering Program is designed to prepare students for continued learning and successful careers in industry, government, academia and consulting.

The outcomes we desire are that our graduates demonstrate the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context & an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems with a better understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

 

Faculty

Faculty

Name

Designation

Qualification   

Mr. Amal Pratap HOD  M.E (Computer Integrated Manufacturing)
Mr.Sreejith.S Assistant Professor M.Tech (Machine Design)
Mr. Ramesh M.S Assistant Professor M.Tech (Production and Industrial Engineering)
Mr.Mohammed Ziad Assistant Professor M.E (Energy Engineeering)
Mr.Sarath.C.G Assistant Professor M.Tech(Thermal Engineering)
Mr.Yedhu U Krishnan Assistant Professor  M.Tech(Computer Integrated Manufacturing)
Mr.Bivin S Nair Assistant Professor  M.Tech(Financial Engineering)
Mr.Mahendran M S AssistantProfessor M.Tech(Manufacturing and Automation)
Ms. Carishma P Assistant Professor  M.Tech (Machine Design)
Technical Staff

Name

Designation

Mr. Subin J Workshop Instructor
Mr. Solomon D Tradesman
Mr. Jayachandran Nair Tradesman            

Facilities

 The department is well equipped to handle the extensive curriculum set by the University and makes use of the following labs to achieve its objective.

Basic Mechanical Engineering Workshop

The ultimate aim of this lab is to make students familarised with basic mechanical engineering operations and different mechanical tools used for various application. It also provides in house experience of basic mechanical instruments and activities.

Thermal Engineering lab

The primary objective of this lab is to serve as a platform for understanding the basic operating principles of various petrol and diesel engines. Students are given hands on training on various turbines and pumps. 

Fluid & Hydraulics lab

The students are given an opportunity to understand the various principles in Fluid Mechanics and their practical applications through this well equipped laboratory.

Manufacturing Technology lab

Manufacturing Technology lab emphasizes the study and processing of various machineries and gauges. students are given hands on training in modern CNC milling and CNC grinding machines used in Mechanical industries. Students are given hands on training in modern CNC milling and CNC grinding machines used in  industries.

CAD/CAM lab

The primary objective of the lab is to serve as a platform for understanding the various modelling and analysis softwares like AutoCAD,Autodesk Inventor, Solidworks, Ansys, Tora, Spss and Minitab

Metrology & Metallurgy lab

This lab is intended for the precision measurement and analysis of micro level parameters of mechanical systems. The students are faciltitated with various precision  instruments used for  calibration purposes.Testing and Evaluation can be done to obtain a valuable source of information working with metals.

Mechanical Engineering lab

Objective of Mechanical engineering lab is to impart practical knowledge of rigid body’s motions, forces, vibration, design and analysis of machines. This lab also helps to verify the laws of governing the kinematics and dynamics of machines. Various experiments with governors, gyroscopes, balancing machines and universal vibration facilities are available to understand machine dynamics.Experiments related with emissivity, conduction and convection through heat exchangers are also given