Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

COURSE

Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest, broadest and core branch of Engineering discipline, which provides graduates an opportunity to acquire knowledge and expertise that can be applied to the various branches of Engineering. Mechanical Engineering degree in our institute is crafted by the faculty based on outcome-based curriculum which is comprised of the theoretical concepts and practical skills in the domain. 

The department offers B.E, MSc by research and Ph.D. programs. The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty in all streams of Mechanical Engineering. The academic activities are supported by well-equipped laboratories, including Workshop, Engineering Graphics, and Computer Aided Design, Heat Transfer and Prime movers and Fluid Mechanics Laboratories. The department uses ICT tools and PBL for teaching and learning processes. The industrial visits and internships are organized by the department.

There is tremendous scope for mechanical engineers in automobile engineering, aeronautical, steel, power, heavy engineering, manufacturing, mining, petroleum and cement industries besides process industries and defense. Presently, with the broadening of scope and technological advancement, the prospects of mechanical engineering are extending beyond geographical peripheries. There are exciting times ahead for mechanical engineers as transport technologies like Hyperloop, electric vehicles, flying cars, drone technologies, an intelligent system like robots and additive manufacturing including 3D printing are gaining importance.

SCHEME & SYLLABUS

Vision & Mission

Vision

To train the students as professionals in Mechanical Engineering blended with leadership qualities to achieve excellence in the challenging future.

Mission
  • M1: Maintaining excellence in Mechanical Engineering education through academic professionalism and teaching for the changing needs of the society.
  • M2: Establishing Centre for research to promote industrial exposure in the area of Mechanical Engineering.
  • M3: Developing communication skill, leadership qualities, team work and skills for continuing education among the students.
  • M4: Inculcating ethics, human values for solving societal problems and environmental protection.
  • M5: Creating opportunities to the students for experiencing real time problems through project based learning to enhance employability and entrepreneurship.

DEPARTMENT

Mechanical Engineering

HoD’s MESSAGE

Dr. Yogeesha H C

Professor  & Head

Computer Science and Engineering
 

A warm welcome to the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nagarjuna College of Engineering and Technology, Bengaluru. The department was started in the academic year 2004-05 with an intake of 60. The department also offers MS by Research and PhD programmes. The faculty members of our department are highly qualified and experienced and the department has excellent infrastructure and laboratory facilities. Also, the department has state of the art research facilities to support research and consultancy activities. We have developed our expertise and competence in the core Mechanical Engineering curriculum and research. The department conducts workshops, seminars, conferences and short-term training programme to keep the students abreast with the latest developments and also to fill the gap between institute and industry. The department students are encouraged to participate in sports and cultural activities and sponsored to attend conferences, workshops and seminars organized at other institutions.

The primary focus of our department autonomous curriculum is to impart technical know-how to students, promote their problem-solving skills through PBL and Flip Teaching. The scheme and syllabus are periodically updated for introducing new scientific and technological developments. The department has signed MOU with Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd, BOSCH, KGTTI and other industries.

Our department carryout number of sponsored research projects funded by VTU, VGST, DST, GTRE, KSCST, ASHRAE, AICTE etc. and gives an opportunity to the students and staff, to carryout collaborative and interdisciplinary research.

This website provides an overview of the academic programs, profiles of faculty members, research facilities, research activities of our department, student and staff achievements, different clubs of the department etc.

Come and join us, and be part of our journey to success.

Facilities

CAED Lab:

Computer Aided Engineering Drawing is to produce engineering drawings with the assistance of a computer. Designers generally use drawings to represent the object which they are designing, and to communicate the design to others. Engineering students are required to develop the skill to use software to create 2D and 3D models Engineering Components.

This course mainly concentrates on the fundamentals of Engineering Graphics and Technology. Drawing has more scope in all the Engineering branches, since it is a language of communication for engineers. This course helps students to get exposure on current industrial practices and this will be taught using CAD software Solid Edge V19. The lab is well equipped with projector facility with high-end computer systems for the students to practice.

CAMD Lab:

Computer aided Machine Design and drawing helps us to have a virtual imagination of a machine or its components before it is manufactured. This will impart visual mode of practicing 3D drawings of machine components and helps to have a knowledge of assemble practice. Solid Edge V19 is used for practicing this tool. Solid Edge modeling and assembly tools enable students to easily develop a full range of products, from single parts to assemblies containing thousands of components with accurate fit and modify them within the assembly model. This lab is equipped with software installed best practice computers.

CIM Lab:

CIM and Automation Laboratory, introduce CNC part programming for simulation of various machining operations provides a high-quality laboratory experience to students. Which educate the students on CNC turning and Milling operations, generate the programs by observing the model drawing. The lab is equipped with high end computers and CADEM (FANUC) software viz. The laboratory has latest CNC machines, XL TURN CNC Lathe Machine and XL MILL CNC Milling Machine to impart hands on training to students in the area of computer assisted and computer-controlled manufacturing.

EC Lab:

Energy conversion lab focused on to study about the internal combustion engines and its functioning. Some of important aspects of this lab is to determine the speed, load, and fuel flow rate producing the maximum brake thermal efficiency. The experiments related to the following topics are conducted in the lab: calorific value determination, finding viscosity of fluids, study of valve timing diagrams, petrol engines, diesel engines, performance and efficiency test on IC engines.

FM Lab:

It is an introductory course where flow behavior, fluid forces and analysis tools are introduced. The goals of the experiments include determination of forces generated when fluid flow takes place over a solid object, applications of the control volume approach, demonstration of the momentum and energy equations, viscosity measurement and engineering correlations. Intricate flow phenomena such as separations and transition to turbulence are demonstrated. Experimental setups such as flow through a tube, flow over a flat plate, wind tunnel, smoke tunnel and viscometer are made available to the students. The lab experiments utilize U-tube manometer and digital manometer, a hot-wire anemometer system and data acquisition. The lab runs closely with the lectures in such a way that experiments support the text covered in the class room.

The lab is equipped with:

  • Francis turbine test rig
  • Kaplan turbine test rig
  • Pelton wheel test rig
  • Impact of the jet on vane test rig
  • Friction in pipes test rig
  • Single stage centrifugal pump test rig
  • Multi stage centrifugal pump test rig
  • V-notch
  • Venturi meter
  • Orifice meter

HMT Lab:

Heat Transfer laboratory provides fundamental and industrial knowledge about modes of heat transfer, like conduction, convection and radiation, and their application. Heat Transfer Lab consists of the following equipments. Pin Fin Apparatus: This setup is designed to study the heat transfer in a pin fin. It consists of cylindrical fin fitted to the base in rectangular duct. A blower is provided on one side of duct to conduct experiments under forced convection heat transfer mode. Five thermocouples are embedded along the axis of the cylindrical fin at five different locations and one thermocouple placed in the air stream at the exit of the test section to measure the outlet air temperature. Digital Temperature Indicator is provided to read temperatures distribution along the fin. Test pipe is connected to the delivery side of the blower along with the Orifice to measure flow of air through the pipe. A heater heats one end of fin and heat flows to another end. Heat input to the heater is given through variac. Students will be expected to develop the following skills/understanding upon the successful completion of this experiment.

The lab is equipped with:

  • Forced convection apparatus
  • Pin fin apparatus
  • Free or Natural convection apparatus
  • Parallel flow & amp; Counter flow heat exchangers
  • Thermal conductivity apparatus
  • Stefan Boltzmann apparatus
  • Emissivity apparatus
  • Vapor compression refrigeration apparatus
  • Air conditioning apparatus

Machine shop:

The Machine shop is one of the fundamental lab which is more essential to know by each and every mechanical engineering student. It is heart and soul of mechanical engineering branch. It imparts information about various machining operations like turning, milling, shaping, thread cutting, drilling etc. The machine shop in our institution possesses latest equipments in this field. The shop has 12 light duty lathes, 2 shaping machines, milling machine, one drilling machine, one light duty tool grinder, one heavy duty grinder machine.

MEF shop:

The basic skill required for fitting and welding is transferred by basic workshop practice lab. The practical knowledge of hands-on practice required fabricating and shaping the models is very essential. By using various cutting tools and measuring tools students will fascinate the physical models.Sheet metal work and welding are comes under this category. The lab also has drilling and grinding machines along with carpentry and sheet metal tools to help students better understand workshop practice.

MMP shop:

An engineer must possess adequate knowledge of measurement techniques. Metrology and measurements constitute an important element in all laboratories for conducting experiments and for all types of control processes in the industrial activities. This lab provides the students an active learning environment for the measurement technologies used in production engineering field. Students use the laboratory to collect and analyze measurement data, evaluate measurement methodologies, and learn the capabilities and limitations of measurement technologies. The lab includes LVDT, Load Cell, Pressure transducer, Micrometer, Thermocouple, Slip gauges, Sine bar, Sine center, Bevel protractor, Profile projector, Lathe and Drill tool dynamometer and other equipment’s required for calibration and measurements.

MT Lab:

Material testing laboratory helps students to find out mechanical properties like tensile, compression, shear and other microstructural properties. As all we know each and every materials has its own behavior and properties, this we can make understand students by conducting experiments in various equipment like UTM, Impact testing machine etc., Testing the material for its mechanical strength forms an integral part of manufacturing. In this lab the students are exposed to the procedure of testing of engineering materials with help of Universal testing machine, various hardness testing machines (Rockwell, Brinell), Wear, Impact testing machines along with optical microscope required for metallographic examination of materials.

Research & Development Laboratory:

This Laboratory offers the students, the opportunity to work hands-on using faculties/ equipment’s/Technical help to carry out their projects right from first to eight semesters. The lab is equipped with fabrication as well as computational faculties, to support the students in their endeavor. This lab includes the following apparatus: Biodiesel plant, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Test rigs, Adsorption cooling system, fuel testing instruments, Hydrocarbon Refrigeration Test Rig, Reheating and Sub cooling Refrigeration Test Rig.

Robotics Laboratory

Now a days Artificial Intelligence and robotics placed very important role in engineering field. It is very important that every mechanical engineering student must have the basic knowledge of robot structure and its terminology.   The Robotics Laboratory is designed to provide higher level students hands-on experience with modern manufacturing equipment and methods. The laboratory includes industrial robots, 5 Axis Pick and Place Robot and a manufacturing cell consisting of several cutting machines, conveyer belts, a vision system, a rapid prototyping machine, and a coordinate-measuring machine. The laboratory introduces students to programming languages for robots, and automated manufacturing systems by using Robotics Simulation Software RT ToolBox2 (Mitsubishi Made).

HYPERMESH Lab:

This is an introductory course for using HyperMesh to create and set up finite element models for analysis. A combination of lectures and exercises will familiarize students to the HyperMesh environment, process, and suite of tools needed to start using HyperMesh in their work. This course is combined with the HyperView.

Toyota Kirloskar Motors Private Limited Engines Lab:

Engines Laboratory has been supported by Toyota Kirloskar Motors Private Limited, Bangalore.

Innova Car Engine and Gear box assembly demonstration model gives the various parts of an engine and working of multi cylinder 4 stroke CRDI diesel engine also to provide hands on training on assembling and dis-assembling of Engine gear box. It had developed interest in the learners and motivates them for their active participation. Any simple or complex still becomes easy to understand through this demonstration

INDUSTRIAL VISITS
Visit to Gandhi Krishi Vignan Kendra (GKVK) : 2019-2020 (Odd Semester)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized a visit to GKVK (Gandhi Krishi Vignan Kendra) on 21st August 2019. The biodiesel and biogas production facilities available at GKVK are shown to students. Also the students were given hand-on practice on biodiesel production.

Visit to Government Tool Room & Training Centre (GTTC): 2019-20 (Even Semester)

Industrial visit was carried out at GOVT. TOOL ROOM & TRAINING CENTRE, Bangalore, on 18th February 2020 for semester VIth semester students. The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about how various activities related to manufacturing, production and human resource are carried out in company and give them feel of managers as soon as they start their course.

Around 45 students along with a senior faculty left the college at 9.30a.m and took about two hours to cover the distance. The company is located in Rajajinagar Industrial area in Bangalore city.

Industrial Visit to Visvesvarya Technological Museum : 2019-2020 (Odd Semester)

The students of NCET, Bengaluru visited the Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (VITM), Bengaluru on 22nd August 2019. The students have seen the working of various machines, mechanisms etc.

They also attended an exhibition jointly organized by Dept. of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India and Dept. of Science & Technology, Govt. of India. This exhibition highlighted the current research happening in various fields of Particle Physics and also showcased the contribution of India in the field to the world scientific community. In addition to the exhibition, Special Popular Talks, Interactions, Quiz and Demonstration explaining the outcome of research activities in the above projects were held at the museum.

Industrial Visit to Climaveneta Climate Technologies (P) Ltd. : 2019-2020 (Odd Semister)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized an industrial visit to Climaveneta Climate technologies (P) Ltd on 23rd August 2019. The students were given exposure on chiller manufacturing process and testing.

Industrial Visit to MOLEX India Pvt Ltd : 2019-2020 (Odd Semester)
The students of Mechanical Engineering Department has organized a Industrial Visit to Molex India Pvt Ltd on 31st August 2019. The students were given exposure on the following:
  • Cooling tower for process cooling
  • Chilled ware Pipes of client machineries
  • Evaporative cooling units for production area
  • High sensible units for critical rooms
  • Chilled water cassette units & CSU’s for office
  • Fresh air & Exhaust air fans
  • Ducting installed at 14 meter height by using the scissor lift.
Industrial Visit to Larsen & Toubro Construction Equipment Limited, Doddaballapur

The students of Mechanical Engineering visited Larsen & Toubro Construction Equipment Limited, Doddaballapur on 16th September 2019. The students were give explanation about the products of L&T and production facilities.

Industrial Visit to Rittal India Pvt Ltd ,Doddaballapur : 2019-2020 (Odd Semester)

The students have Mechanical Engineering Department have visited Rittal India Limited on 17th September 2019. The students got the information about metal forming process like bending, piercing and casketing operations. They got the idea how enclosures are fabricated by the forming processes made in industry and its working.

Industrial Visit to Central Manufacturing Technology Institute, Bengaluru : 2019-2020 (Odd Semester)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized an industrial visit to Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI) on 15th October 2019. The final year students of Mechanical Engineering Department attended this industrial visit.

Industrial visit to Komul Mega Dairy, Nandi Cross, Chickaballapur : 2019-2020 (Even Semester)

This industrial visit was organized for 2nd year Mechanical Engineering students to KMF, Chickballapur on 20th January 2020. The students visited the plant and had observed the various stages involved in processing of milk, equipments used for processing, utility equipments and chillers system.

Visit to IMTEX-2020, Bengaluru : 2019-2020 (Even Semester)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized an visit to the exhibition centre (IMTEX-2020) on 27th January 2020.

Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers Association (IMTMA) has organized this exhibition and 19th edition of concurrent Tooltech 2017. IMTMA has built a new hall of around 17,500 sq.mts, which will be an add-on to the existing infrastructure. The students have visited the stalls and interacted with company representatives.

The exhibition had fully attracted the visitors from a wide spectrum of manufacturing and ancillary industries including key decision and policy makers as well as industry captains who are keen to source latest technologies and manufacturing solutions for their product lines.

Industrial visit to Bharath Fritz Werner, Peenya, Bengaluru : 2019-2020 (Even Semester)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized an Industrial visit to Bharath Fritz Werner Pvt Ltd (BFW), Peenya on 2nd February 2020. The students next visited the painting and assembly sections.

Industrial visit to Komul Mega Dairy, Nandi Cross, Chickaballapur : 2019-2020 (Even Semester)

This industrial visit was organized to Mechanical Engineering 20th February 2020. The students visited the plant and had observed the milk processing, chillers system & automation.

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED BY FACULTY IN JOURNALS (FROM 01-04-2019 TO 31-03-2020)

 

Sl. No.

 

 

Name of the Teacher (s)

 

 

Department

 

Title of Paper

 

Publication Citation

 

National or International Journal

 

Remarks

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

Dr. N Kapilan

Mechanical Engineering

Performance of Vapor Compression Refrigeration System using Nanoparticles – Based Mineral Oil Lubricant

 

International

International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 730-734, 2019

2

Dr. N Kapilan

Mechanical Engineering

Improved Erosion Resistance by HVOF Sprayed 10% Al2O3-COCrAlTaY Coating on Ti-31

 

International

IJRTE, Volume-8 Issue-5, January 2020, 1605-1610

3

Dr. N Kapilan

Mechanical Engineering

Influence of Propyl gallate antioxidant on performance and emissions of a compression ignition engine fueled with Madhuca Indica B20 ester blends

 

International

Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 2019

4

Dr Yogeesha H C

Mechanical Engineering

Exploration of Academic Knowledge sharing Behavior among

Individuals with Special Reference to VTU Affiliated

Engineering Colleges in Karnataka

 

International Journal

Doctoral Dissertation Abstracts, AIMS International Journal of Management

Volume 13, Number 3, September 2019

5

Dr. Kantharaj D G

Mechanical Engineering

Performance and Efficiency of Swamp Cooling System

 

International

IJSRD, Volume 8, Issue 3,  2020,

6

Mr. JullyaNaik L

Mechanical Engineering

Development and Evolution of a Low Cost radial cooling system

 

International

IJSRED, Volume 3, Issue 3- 2020

7

Mr. Balaji Y S

Mechanical Engineering

Centre Fuselage Metal Cover Weight Optimization of Combat Aircraft Using CFC

 

International

IJSRD, Volume 7, Issue 5, J 2019, Page no 847-850

8

Mr. ManjunathRaju G

Mechanical Engineering

Performance Enhancement of Solar Water Heater using Reflective White Sheet

 

International

IJSRED, Volume 7, Issue 5, J 2019

9

Mr. Amaresh Gunge

Mechanical Engineering

Study on mechanical properties of alkali treated plain woven banana fabric reinforced biodegradable composites

 

International

Composites Communications, 2019,Vol.13, 47-51

10

Mr. Amaresh Gunge

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical properties of chemically treated woven banana/polyvinyl alcohol composites

 

International

Emerging Materials Research, 2019, Vol.08, 1-6

11

Mr. Vijaykumar M Patil

Mechanical Engineering

Development and Evaluation of Thermoacoustic Refrigeration System

 

International

IJSRED, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2020, Page No.16

12

Mr. Prashanth Kumar S

Mechanical Engineering

Improvement in Heat Transfer Characteristic of Nucleate Pool Boiling of Water

 

International

IJSRED, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2020, Page No.144

13

Mr. Vinod Kumar

Mechanical Engineering

Effect of Mechanical and Tribological properties on

Aluminium – Graphene reinforced composites

 

National

ANUSANDHANA – Journal of Science, Engineering and Management, Vol-07, Issue – 01,   2019

14

Mr.HareeshNaik

Mechanical Engineering

Performance study on evaporative cooling system

 

International

IJSRD, Volume 8,Issue 3, 2020

15

Mr Lava K R

Mechanical Engineering

Performance Studies on Heat Exchanger with Nano-Fluids

 

International

Volume 8 Issue 2 2020  

16

Mr Lava K R

Mechanical Engineering

Comparative Study of Doubled Pipe Heat Exchanger and Shell and Tube

Heat Exchanger

 

International

Volume 7 Issue 01, 2019 

17

Mr. Ravi Y V

Mechanical Engineering

Investigating expansion strength of polyester resin reinforced e-glass fiber composite material

 

International

IJSRED-V3I3P47

CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIA, SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS ETC. CONDUCTED IN THE COLLEGE (FROM 01.04.2019 TO 31.03.2020)

 

Sl. No.

 

 

Name of the Conference etc. organised

 

Date & Month

 

Source of Financial Support

 

Sponsored

 

No. of Participants

 

Remarks

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

Two days Soft skill Training Programme

03/04/2019 and 04/04/2019.

Dynamic Tek

Dynamic Tek

58

 

2

Five Days Soft Skills Training for Mechanical Engineering Students

29.07.2019 to 02.08.2019

NES

ISHRAE

71

 

3

Technical Seminar on Cold Storage systems in Mechanical Engineering

28.08.2019

ASHRAE

ASHRAE

46

 

4

Seminar on Career Opportunities in Aerospace and Engineering.

28.08.2019

NES

KITS, Govt of Karnataka,

VTU, Dassault Systems India Pvt Ltd.

120

 

5

Workshop on HVAC Duct Design

12.11.2019

ISHRAE

ASHRAE

51

 

6

Virtual Laboratory Awareness Workshop

13.11.2019

NES

NCET

52

 

7

One Day Origination Programme on 3D Printing.

23.12.2019

NES

FUEL

68

 

8

Technical Talk on Introduction to Air Conditioning

08.01. 2020.     

ASHRAE

ASHRAE

45

 

9

Workshop on Job Opportunities in Service Sector

25.01.2020

ISHRAE

ISHRAE

57

 

10

One Day Workshop on Electrical Vehicles and BS VI.

18.02.2020

NES

CADD Centre

82

 

11

A Webinar on “ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION” The Generation Next Technologies.

02.12.2020

AICRA

AICRA

101

 

12

A Webinar on “Skill Set for Mechanical Engineers”

02.12.2020

Design Tech Systems Ltd

Design Tech Systems Ltd

70

 

13

A Webinar on “Free Education in Europe”.

04.12.2020

LOKAHH INTERNATIONAL

LOKAHH INTERNATIONAL

82

 

14

Two days National Virtual Conference on “Green Energy Technologies” G E T 2 0 2 0

19th-20th February 2021

AICTE

AICTE

90

 
INVITED SPECIAL LECTURES DELIVERED IN THE COLLEGE BY THE SCHOLARS (FROM 01.04.2019 TO 31.03.2020)

 

Sl. No.

 

 

Name of the Invited Scholar with full Address

 

Title of the Lecture delivered

 

Area of Specialization

 

Date of the Lecture

1

2

3

4

5

1

Abhilash K Prabhu

Energy & CFD Analyst

IDSPL, Delhi

Building efficiency and performance evaluation

CFD

05.09.2019

2

Mr. Venkatachalam

Scientist, ISRO

Duct Design

HVAC

17.11.2019

3

Mr. Vinod Kumar,

Team Lead CSR, LTI, Bengaluru

Origination Programme on 3D Printing.

Manufacturing Engineering

23.12.2019

4

Chethan Ramesh Reddy

Engineer, PayPal, Bengaluru

How to face interview and how to search jobs.

Financial Management 

07 Jan 2020

5

Mr. Chandana Dalugoda,

ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer,

Professor, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka

Technical Talk on Introduction to Air Conditioning

HVAC

08.01.2020

6

Shashidar

Engineer, Amazon, Bengaluru

Job prospects and expectations

Business Management

25.01.2020

7

Dr.Bhimaraya Metri

Director, IIM Tiruchirapalli

Decoding The Future of Work Force: Industry 4.0

Management

18.02.2020

8

Prof. Neha Singhal

IOT for Innovation and Social Change

Employability

09.01.2021

9

Shri Giri Krishnan

My Story Motivational Session by Successful Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship

18.01.2021

10

Dr. K. N. Subramanya

Orientation Session on National Education Policy- with a focus on Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Education system

30.01.2021

LIST OF MAJOR & MINOR RESEARCH PROJECTS / RESEARCH WORK / AIDED RESEARCH PROJECTS UNDER NATIONAL / STATE / PRIVATE FUNDING AGENCIES (INCLUDING STATE GOVT.) DURING THE YEAR 2019-2020

 

Sl. No.

 

 

Name of the Teacher / Principal Investigator

 

Project Title

 

Year of Sanction

 

Funding Agency

 

Total Amount Sanctioned

 

Amount utilized during current year

 

Remarks

 

1

 

 

2

 

 

3

 

 

4

 

 

5

 

6

 

7

 

8

 

1

Dr N Kapilan

Development of Indirect Heating type Superconducting Liquid Helium Level Sensors and Comparative Studies with Capacitance type level sensors

2019

BNRS

21,50,000

Under

Progress

 

2

Dr N Kapilan

Development and Evaluation of Solar and Geo-thermal based  Cooling and Refrigeration System

2019

VGST

10.00.000

Under

Progress

 

3

Dr N Kapilan

Development and evaluation of a low cost radiant cooling system

2019

ASHARE

$4,000

Completed

 

4

Dr N Kapilan

Development and fabrication of Indirect evaporative cooling system

2019

ASHARE

$4,000

Completed

 

Registration for the Research programmes

Sl. No.

Department

Ph.D

GM

SC

ST

OBC

Total

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

1

Mr. JullyaNaik L

  

      

2

Mr. Balaji Y S

        

3

Mr. Shashikanth G S

        

4

Mr. ManjunathRaju G

        

5

Mr. Adarsh Reddy B N

        

6

Mr. Ravi Y V

  

      

7

Mr. Vivek K T

        

8

Mr. Amaresh Gunge

        

9

Mr. Vijaykumar M Patil

        

10

Mr. Prashanth Kumar S

  

      

11

Mr. Vinod Kumar

        

12

Mr. Prabhakar C.G

        

13

Mr. Hareesh Naik

        

14

Mr. Lava K R

        

15

Mrs. Anupa R

 

       
Award of Ph.D.

Sl. No.

Faculty

Ph.D.

GM

SC

ST

OBC

Total

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

1

Dr.Chetan M R

        

2

 

         

Research and Development

Funded Projects
Sl.No.TitleFunding AgencyYear of SanctionAmt. in Rs
1Development of Indirect Heating type Superconducting Liquid Helium Level Sensors and Comparative Studies with Capacitance type level sensorsBNRS20191950000
2Development and Evaluation of Solar and Geo-thermal based  Cooling and Refrigeration SystemVGST20191000000
3Development and evaluation of a low cost radiant cooling systemASHARE2019$4,000
4Development and fabrication of Indirect evaporative cooling systemASHARE2019$4,000

Patent Details

Names of the patent holdersYear of filingStatus of the PatentNational / International
N.Kapilan, T.P.AshokBabu and R.P.Reddy2010Evaluation is completed and Examination ResultsNational

Consultancy

Sl.No.TitleFunding AgencyYear 
1Inspection of Auto TippersTMC, Vijayapura2019
2Recommendation Committee for purchase of spare parts for the existing Machines.Megha Dairy, Chikkaballapur2019
3Steel TestingBAGMANE Tech Park2017

International / National Journals

Dr.S.G. Gopala Krishna

  1. A Review on Natural Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites, International Journal of Research and Development Organization, ISSN 3855-0154, Volume 2, Issue 6, June 2015.
  2. Influence of Personal Factors on the Knowledge Sharing Attitude of Individuals in Engineering Education Context, International Journal of Science and Research, Vol 06, Issue 2, 2083-2087, Feb 2017.
  3. Factors affecting knowledge sharing among undergraduate engineering students, International Journal of Science and IT Management, Volume 02, Number 05 March 2013, pp 47-52.
  4. Study on effect of thickness and fibre orientation on tensile and flexural properties of hybrid composites, IJERA, 2014.
  5. Development and Characterization of Hybrid Composites,Bonfring International Journals,29th August, 2012.
  6. Role of Technical Education on Industrialization, International  Journal of Technical & Vocational Education, TTTI, Chennai.
  7. Preparation And Characterization Of Areca Bast Fiber Reinforced Epoxy And Vinyl Ester Composites, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Technology, ISSN-0976, Vol 5, Issue 12, December 2014, pp 55-65.
  8. Water absorption and diffusion properties of areca fiber reinforced epoxy and vinylester composites in an International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering, Volume 04, S.I( 01), March 2015 ,pp.1647-52.
  9. Preparation and Characterization of Short Areca Leaf Fiber Reinforced Epoxy and Vinyl ester Composites in an International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering, Volume 04, S.I( 01), March 2015, 1635- 46.
  10. Integrated Biz To Biz Predictive Collaboration Performance Evaluation Framework, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Technology, ISSN-0976, Vol 4, Issue 6, December 2013.
  11. Frame Work For Project Evaluation System Using Business Intelligence Of Collaborative SCM, International Journal of Advance Technology & Engineering Research, Vol-4, Issue No. 2250-3536, Jan-2014.
  12. Study on tensile analysis of untreated chopped natural area sheath fibre reinforced with polymer matrix bio composites, International Journal of Engineering Research and Advanced Technology, Vol-2(Special issue), Issue-1, May 2016.
  13. Design optimization of 25mm diameter strain gauge balance for wind tunnel application, International Journal for Innovative Research in Science and Technology, E-journal, Vol-3, Issue-2, July 2016.
  14. Finite Element analysis of matt structure for aerodynamic loads, International Journal for Scientific Research and Development, E-journal, Vol-4, Issue-5, July 2016.
  15. Study on effect of thickness and fibre orientation on Tensile and Flexural properties of Hybrid composites, Journal of Engineering Research and applications, (ISSN 2248-9622| Vol. 4. August 2014.
  16.  “Resonance Frequency Characteristics of Short Areca Sheath Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites using FFT Analysis”, ELSEVER: International Journal of Light weight Materials and Manufacture, Paper ID: IJLMM_2018_23, (Accepted).
  17.  “Free Vibration Analysis of Short Areca Sheath Bio-Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite Plate by FFT”, ELSEVER: Materials Today, Paper ID: 1155_2018, (Accepted).
  18.  “Study on Critical Length of Fiber on Natural Areca Sheath Fiber Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composites by Tensile and Flexural Testings”, SSRG International Journal of Civil Engineering, Special Issue-01, pp. 1-6, 2017.
  19.  “Study on 3-Point Bending Analysis of Untreated Natural Areca Sheath Fiber Reinforced Polymer Matrix Bio-Composites”, International Journal of Advancement in Engineering Technology, Management and Applied Science, Volume-3, Issue-01, pp. 1-6, 2016.
  20.  “Study on Tensile Analysis of Untreated Chopped Natural Areca Sheath Fiber Reinforced Polymer Matrix Bio-Composites”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Advanced Technology, Volume-02, Issue-01, pp. 388-393, 2016.
  21.  “Effect of Fiber Length on Tensile Characteristics of Untreated Natural Areca Sheath FRP Green Composites”, International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering, Volume-01, Issue-01, pp. 90-92, 2016.
  22. “A Review on Natural Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites”, IJRDO-Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Volume-01, Issue-06, pp. 193-197, 2014

Dr.Kapilan N

  1. Kapilan N, “Effect of ethanol on the performance and emission charactestics of biodiesel fuelled diesel engine”, CPRI, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 189-198, 2015.
  2. Kapilan N, “Effect of injection parameters on evaporation and thermolysis characteristics of UWS (Urea-water-solution) in SCR (Selective catalytic reduction) system”, energy and power engineering, 2016.
  3. Kapilan N, “Analysis of domestic split unit air conditioning system of outdoor unit”, Research and general science, Vol.04, Issue 1, Jan. 2016.
  4. Kapilan N, “Numerical study of evaporation characteristics of single urea-water solution droplet and variation of evaporation and wall-interaction characteristics of UWS spray with cell density in SCR mixing chamber”, SAE, March 22, 2016.
  5. Kapilan N, “Design and analysis of manually operated floor cleaning machine”, IJERT, Vol.4, issue 4, 2016
  6.  

Dr.Yogeesh H C

  1. Yogeesh H C, “Influence of personal factors on the knowledge sharing attitude of individuals in engineering education context”, Science and research, Vol.06, 2083-2087, Feb 2017, Issue 2.

Mr. Bandoli Siddeshwar Iresh

  1. Bandoli Siddeshwar Iresh, “Model analysis heavy vehicle sub frame using ANSYS”, RPET, 2017.
  2. Bandoli Siddeshwar Iresh, “Modification and tribological evaluation of vegetable oils as two stroke engine lubricant”, Innovations in engineering research & technology, 2016, ISSN 2394-3696, 2016.

Mr. Prabhakar C G

  1. Prabhakar C G, “Comparative study of mechanical properties of Al7075 reinforced with SiC and red mud composite and Al5000 series”, IJSRD, 2016.
  2. Prabhakar C G, “Analysis of stress concentration factor for plate with different cutouts for isotropic material using FEM”, IJAREM, 2015.

Mr. Lava K R

  1. Lava K R, JagadeeshSannagoudra, Dr.Ganesh D B., “Experimental Exploration on the Influence of Different Piston Geometry and Injection timing by using BioDiesl”Materials Today: Proceedings 4 (2017) 10879–10885 ELSEVIER.
  2. Lava K R,,Dr.Ganesh D B.,“Experimental Investigation On The Effect Of Different Piston Geometry And Injection Timing By Using Bio-Diesel”.International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering & Research (IJCTER) e-ISSN 2455–1392 Volume 2 Issue 4, April 2016 pp. 367 – 37.5
  3. Lava K R, Dr.Ganesh D B., “Experimental Invstigation For Advance Injection Timing, Injection Pressure And Constant Speed Of Diesel Engine Fuelled WithSimorouba As Bio-Diesel On The Effect Of Engine” © December 2015 | IJIRT | Volume 2 Issue 7 | ISSN: 2349-6002.
  4. Lava K R, Pradeep Kumar Illay et al., “Investigation of Dry Sliding Wear Behavior of Aluminium 6061 with Ferro-Titanium Metal Matrix Composite”© 2017 IJRTI | Volume 2, Issue 5 | ISSN: 2456-3315.
  5. Lava K R, HanumanthappaBennur et al.,”Effect of Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) on the Engine Performance”© June 2016 IJSDR | Volume 1, Issue 6SSN: 2455-2631.
  6. Lava K R, MadhuKumarrajuGowda et al.,”Design and Fabrication of Log Pulling Arch”IJSRD – International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 5, Issue 01, 2017 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613.
  7. Lava K R, Pradeep Kumar Illay, JagadeeshSannagoudra et al.,”Experimental Investigations on Dry Sliding Wear Behaviour of Aluminium 6061 Metal Matrix Composite”IJSRD – International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 5, Issue 03, 2017 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613.
  8. Lava K R, Dr.Ganesh D B,”Experimental Investigation Of Bio-Diesel On Electronic Direct FuelInjection System”International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology  et al., (IRJET)e-ISSN: 2395-0056Volume: 03 Issue: 06 | June-2016 p-ISSN: 2395-0072.
  9. Lava K R, Dr. Ganesh D B,”Modelling And Validation Of Log Pulling Arch”International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) e-ISSN: 2395 -0056Volume: 04 Issue: 04 | Apr -2017p-ISSN: 2395-0072.
  10. Lava K R, Mohan N M etal.,”Effect of Green Algae Based Biodiesel on the Performance of Single Cylinder 4-Stroke Diesel Engine”International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)  e-ISSN: 2395 -0056Volume: 04 Issue: 04 | Apr -2017p-ISSN: 2395-0072.
  11. Lava K R, Mahadeva Gouda R et al.,”Comparative Study of Doubled Pipe Heat Exchanger and Shelland Tube Heat Exchanger”IJSRD – International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 7, Issue 01, 2019 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613.

Mr. Amaresh Gunge

  1. Amaresh Gunge, S.B.Kivade, Nagamadhu M, “Study on mechanical properties of alkali treated plain woven banana fabric reinforced biodegradable composites”, Composite communication (ELSEVIER), 13, 2019, 47-51.
  2. Amaresh Gunge, S.B.Kivade, Nagamadhu M, “Mechanical properties of chemically treated woven banana/polyvinyl alcohol composites”, Material research ELSEVIER), 2019.

International/National Conference

Dr.S.G.Gopala Krishna

  1. S.G.Gopala Krishna, “Tensile property analysis of short areca sheath fiber reinforced polymer matrix bio-composite”, Innovative research on materials, 5th and 6th Feb.2016, SGBIT, Belagavi.
  2. S.G.Gopala Krishna, “Flexural behaviour of short areca sheath fiber reinforced polymer matrix bio-composites”, Innovative trends in mechanical engineering, 12th and 13th Feb.2016, CUFE, Bengaluru.
  3. S.G.Gopala Krishna, “Design and fabrication of multipurpose agricultural equipment”, Progress in production, mechanical and automobile engineering, 4th Jan.2015, Goa.
  4. S.G.Gopala Krishna,  “Structural analysis and performance evaluation of multi purpose agricultural equipment”, Progress in production, mechanical and automobile engineering, 4th Jan. 2015, Goa.
  5. S.G.Gopala Krishna, “Design and modeling of cycle wheel operated sprayer”, Innovations and emerging trends in mechanical engineering, 17th Oct.2015, NCET, Bengaluru.
  6. S.G.Gopla Krishna, “Design and fabrication for extracting cow dung pellets by extrusion method”, Innovations and emerging trends in mechanical engineering, 17th Oct. 2015, NCET, Bengaluru.

Dr.Kapilan N

  1. Kapilan N, “Effect of ethanol on the performance and emission charactestics of biodiesel fuelled diesel engine”, CPRI, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 189-198, 2015.
  2. Kapilan N, “Effect of injection parameters on evaporation and thermolysis characteristics of UWS (Urea-water-solution) in SCR (Selective catalytic reduction) system”, energy and power engineering, 2016.
  3. Kapilan N, “Analysis of domestic split unit air conditioning system of outdoor unit”, Research and general science, Vol.04, Issue 1, Jan. 2016.
  4. Kapilan N, “Numerical study of evaporation characteristics of single urea-water solution droplet and variation of evaporation and wall-interaction characteristics of UWS spray with cell density in SCR mixing chamber”, SAE, March 22, 2016.
  5. Kapilan N, “Design and analysis of manually operated floor cleaning machine”, IJERT, Vol.4, issue 4, 2016.

Mr. L J Naik

  1. L J Naik, Kapilan N, “Effect of tyre pyrolysis oil on the performance and emissions of a biodiesel fuelled compression ignition engine”, 25NCICEC-2017, 15th to 17th Dec. 2017, NITK, Surthkal.

Mr. Vivek K T

  1. Vivek K T, “Study and analysis of phenomenon of loosening of interference fits in hydraulic excavator structure”, IIETME15, 2015.

Mr.Prashant Kumar

  1. Prashanth Kumar, “Fabrication and performance analyses of solar still coupled with ETC”, REPSE, 2017, SVCE, Bengaluru.
  2. Prashanth Kumar,“Compression of heat transfer charactestics shell and tube exchanger by using twisted taper wire wound wire material as tube inspection”, Innovation and emerging trends in mechanical engineering, 11th June 2016, NCET, Bengaluru.

Mr.Vijaykumar M Patil

  1. Vijaykumar M Patil,“Compression of heat transfer charactestics shell and tube exchanger by using twisted taper wire wound wire material as tube inspection” Innovation and emerging trends in mechanical engineering, 11th June 2016, NCET, Bengaluru.

Mr. Ravi Y V

  1. Ravi Y V, Kapilan N, “Tensile strength evaluation of  hemp/banana fibre composite material”, Innovation and emerging trends in mechanical engineering, 11th June 2016, NCET, Bengaluru.
  2. Ravi, Y. V, Kapilan N, “Tensile and impact strength evaluation of developed hybrid hemp and banana fibre”, ICASET-2017, 18th May 2017, Sai Ram Institute Of Technology, Bengaluru.
  3. Ravi, Y. V, Kapilan N, “3 Point bending strength evaluation of hybrid hemp and banana fibre composite material, REPSE-17 IARJSET, 7th May 2017, Sri Venkateshwara College Of Engineering, Bangalore.
  4. Ravi, Y. V, Kapilan N, “Preparation and study of mechanical properties on hemp and e-glass fibre composite material”, REPSE-17 IARJSET, 7th May 2017, Sri venkateshwara vollege of engineering, Bangalore.
  5. Ravi, Y. V, Kapilan N, “Determination and evaluation of mechanical properties of hemp and banana fibre composite material”, MECH-MANTHANA-2017, SJCIT,Chikkaballapura.
  6. Ravi, Y. V, Kapilan N, “Tensile Strength Evaluation of Hemp/Banana Fibre Composite Material”, Innovation and emerging trends in mechanical engineering, 11th June, 2016, NCET, Bangalore.

Mr. Amaresh Gunge

  1. Amaresh, S.B.Kivade, Nagamadhu M, “Influence of acetic acid surface treatment on mechanical and thermomechanical structural stability of banana reinforced with PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol) Composites”, ICN:3I (nanotechnology), 6th-8th, Dec.2017, IIT Roorkee.

Mr. Bandoli Siddeshwar Iresh

  1. Bandoli Siddeshwar Iresh, “Model analysis heavy vehicle sub frame using ANSYS”, RPET, 2017.

Mr. Prabhakar C G

  1. Prabhakar C G, “Experimental investigation for heat transfer of a double pipe heat exchanger.

Mr. Lava K R

  1. Lava K R,, JagadeeshSannagoudra, Dr.Ganesh D B., “Experimental exploration on the influence of different piston geometry and injection timing by using biodiesl”Advanced Materials, Manufacturing, Management and Thermal Science [AMMT 2016] held in SIT, Tumkur.
  2. Lava K R,,JagadeeshSannagoudra, Dr.Ganesh D B.,“Effect on Engine parameters by using Bio-Diesel”.International Conference on Recents Trends in Engineering Technology and Science 12th and 13th August ICRETS-2016organised by STJIT Ranebennur.
  3. Lava K R, Dasari Mohan Krishna et al., “A Study on LPG as an Alternative Refrigerant for Refrigeration,” Proceedings of abstracts of 4th International Conference on Innovations and Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering, 26th and 27th March 2019, Bengaluru.
  4. Lava K R, HareeshNaik, Vijay Kumar Patil, “Experimental Studies on the Effect of Combustion and Emissions of Diesel Engine Fuelled With Simarouba Bio-Diesel”Proceedings of abstracts of 4th International Conference on Innovations and Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering, 26th and 27th March 2019, Bengaluru.
  5. Lava K R, Pradeep Kumar Illay et al.,”A Study Of Doubled Pipe Heat Exchanger And Shell And Tube Heat Exchanger”Proceedings of abstracts of 4th International Conference on Innovations and Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering, 26th and 27th March 2019, Bengaluru.

Consultancy Details

Sl.No.

Title

Funding Agency

Year 

1

Inspection of Auto Tippers

TMC, Vijayapura

2019

2

Recommendation Committee for purchase of spare parts for the existing Machines.

Megha Dairy, Chikkaballapur

2019

3

 Testing of TMT steel bars

BAGMANE Tech Park

2017

MOU Details

Sl No

MOU

1

Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd

2

BOSCH

3

Karnataka German Technical Training Institute

4

National Instruments

5

CADD Centre

6

NITK Surathkal

7

California State University

8

Long Beach

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The Graduates of Mechanical Engineering are expected to fulfill the following PEOs after few years of their graduation.
  • PEO-1:Graduates in Mechanical Engineering will apply the basic technical knowledge for design and analysis of mechanical systems.
  • PEO-2:Graduates in Mechanical Engineering will demonstrate research and innovation skills.
  • PEO-3:Graduates in Mechanical Engineering will demonstrate good communication skills, dynamic leadership qualities and awareness about environmental protection.
  • PEO-4:Graduates in Mechanical Engineering who are capable of pursuing higher studies, take up research and development work blended with ethics and human values.
  • PEO-5:Graduates in Mechanical Engineering who will have the ability to become entrepreneurs thereby switching over from responsive engineering to creative engineering.
Program Outcomes (POs)
  • PO1:Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and Mechanical Engineering principles to the solution of complex problems in Mechanical Engineering.
  • PO2:Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research interpretation, and analyze complex Mechanical Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics and engineering sciences.
  • PO3:Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex Mechanical Engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4: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 related to Mechanical Engineering problems.
  • PO5:Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools such as CAD, CAM, CIM and FEM including prediction and modelling to complex Mechanical 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 Mechanical Engineering practice.
  • PO7:Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional Mechanical Engineering solutions in societal, environmental contexts, demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8:Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the Mechanical Engineering practice.
  • PO9:Individual and Team Work: Functions effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10:Communication: Communicate effectively on complex Mechanical 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 / receive clear instructions
  • PO11:Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding 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 and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
  • PSO1: Apply Mechanical Engineering knowledge to address wide range of technical and societal problems with creativity, imagination, confidence and responsibility.
  • PSO2: To understand the design analysis of Mechanical components in various industrial sectors
  • PSO3: Analyze, design and evaluate engineering systems including I.C Engines, Refrigeration, Air-conditioning, Conventional and Non-Conventional Power Generating Systems.