Department at a Glance
Intake
60
Faculty : Student
1 : 15
Laboratories
5

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Message from the Head of the Department


Mathematics HOD

Those who wants to develop/acquire breadth and depth of knowledge and skills required to design fabricate and maintenance of things ranging from a safety pin to a space craft. Those who are interested to work with massive machines to tiny precision instruments/devices

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Opportunities for Mechanical Engineers are ubiquitous. The following sectors will give an idea of the range of industries in which mechanical engineers can aspire job opportunities : Automobile, Aviation, Construction, Defence manufacturing, Power Sector (Thermal /Hydal/Nuclear), CAD/CAM/CAE, Oil and Gas, Renewable Energy, Railways, Space, Ports and Shipping, Mining, Leather, Pharmaceuticals

The Indian Economy, in the coming years, will continue to flourish by leaps and bounds. And this can be observed considering the following aspects of our economy today.

  • Growth rate of Indian economy
  • Robust policies
  • Push for Infrastructure development
  • Promotion of new Start-ups
  • Ease in obtaining bank loans, Licenses, Registrations etc
  • Sizable overseas investment
  • Foreign Direct Investments
  • Emphasis on Make in India.

Each of these points is self sufficient to ensure the Mechanical Engineers will never run out of jobs. Mechanical Engineering Program at SVIET has designed its curriculum to produce globally competent mechanical engineers with sound fundamentals and strong understanding of professional ethical and social responsibilities


Unique features of the Department:
  • Faculty with 02 PhDs, 1 Pursuing PhD and 5 Assistant Professors with well experience.
  • The Course is accredited by NBA in the year 2019.
  • Accredited by NAAC with Grade “A” in the year 2019.
  • MOU s with VIDAL NDT & SSD Polymers.
  • Fully equipped laboratories as many as 12 in numbers.
  • 250 Mbps Internet facility.
  • Separate Department Library (With 160 volumes), apart from Central Library.
  • Self-learning materials, e-journals and Video lectures.
  • Certification Courses (ATAL).
  • Department Association: ARMS(Association of Revolutionary Mechanical Scholars).
  • In house CRT Training.
  • Conduct of Workshops, Training Programs & Symposiums.
  • Expert / Guest Lectures.
  • Good Alumni network.
  • Quarterly- Department Magazine, (MANAARMS).
  • Career Guidance & Counseling.
  • Hosting Co-curricular & Extra- curricular Activities for girl students by Women Empowerment cell.
  • Active participation of staff & students in NPTEL SWAYAM.

Laboratories



Courses Offered

Course Offered Specialization Intake
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering 60

Professional Memberships:

With the outstanding performance in academics, the cherry on the cake for the department is its student clubs and the professional body memberships.

Society of Automative Engineers (SAE) : SAE is a non-profit body that promotes & undertakes initiatives for knowledge dissemination & advancement in mobility technologies catering to land, sea, air & space. The society based at USA, spreads its wings over 150,000 memberships in around 100 nations.

BAJA : The BAJA SAE Series an event for the undergraduate engineering students organized globally by the SAE. It tasks the students to design, build, test and validate a single seater four wheeled All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) in which around 500 student teams from various parts if the country. The team invincible 2.0 from the department is composed of 25 hard working and dedicated students from the final and pre- final years. The sedulous team work has been appreciated by the Chief Minister of the State, Sri.N.ChandraBabu Naidu during his visit to the college.

SUPRA: Under the SAE, is another event named SUPRA, which throws forward a competition of the design and fabrication of a racing car. Team Svayukti emerged out with glorious success, taking onwards the legacy of the college standing in the 27th among 250 teams across the country.

ELECTRIC SOLAR VEHICLE CHALLENGE (ESVC): TEAM Vikranta, the all energetic 25 membered team made their mark by securing the 5th position in the E-BAJA’15 from a competition of 300 odd teams. The team has also participated in the Asia’s Largest Solar Vehicle Racing Event and was bestowed upon with the “Best Appreciation Award”.

GO-KART:Enthusiasm is all that a Go-Kart puts in. “National Go-kart Design Challenge – 2016” is an event that deals with the designing and building of a Go-Karting Vehicle. “Team Aadhya”, a 16 membered all-girls team from the department have showed all their prowess by standing 40th in the National level. Also, the team has proved its worth in the prestigious “ Vishnu Kart Championship’16, projecting the spirit of team work.

(ISHRAE): “Indian society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air conditioning (ISHRAE) was started from 2016”.


Student Success Stories:
Stanadyne india private limited:

God created a beautiful world where as an engineer created a technical world SVIET created a good platform to do miracles in that technical world.

RAVI. PRASANTH KUMAR
Stanadyne -Sharjah:

I thought I can get success only by obtaining marks. Later, I changed my opinion marks may take me to some extent only. But our college maintained a good curriculum and followed it with sophisticated laboratories, personality development classes from experts and especially our TPCG cell continual training sessions made me to think that overall development is needed for success.

Allamsetti Sandeep
Region technologies Pvt Ltd :

Great achievers may come from good institutions like SVIET.


Akhil Athmuri
Amara Raja Batteries :

My dream was to become an engineer. With the help of teaching faculty, hands on experience in every semester taught me how to apply theoretical knowledge to real life. Now I may say that I became a successful engineer

Palisetti Amar Manikanta Vital Sundeep
Technical Assistant- ISRO :

I can take decisions for my bright future individually because in SVIET, I learnt self disciplined education.

Balla Mohana Vamsi Krishna
DGS TECHNICAL SERVICES PVT LTD :

As an average student I joined SVIET ,by taking endless efforts of faculty and their training, I make myself as an excellent one.

Harish Lakanam

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
    Welcome

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the SVIET was established in 2010. offers Undergraduate program (B.Tech) in Mechanical with
an intake of 60 students.

    VISION

         To become a global knowledge hub of Mechanical engineering fulfilling the industry and society needs with ethical practices.


    MISSION

         DM1: Provide quality education for global requirements.

         DM2: Improve pedagogical methods employed in delivering the academic programmes.

         DM3: Enhance the knowledge, skill by industry- institution interaction.

         DM4: Cultivate the spirit of entrepreneurship with the sense of ethical, professional responsibility.


    PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

        PEO1: Get good job opportunities or pursue higher studies

        PEO2: Exercise latest techniques to get solutions to industrial/engineering problems.

        PEO3: Gain the knowledge of other fields of engineering continuously to grab more opportunities

        PEO4: Establish as entrepreneurs with continuously leaning, professionalism, managerial skills, social responsibilities and ethical practices.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

About Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is one of the core and oldest branch of Engineering. This branch has strong impact on Economy of the country in terms of Industrial growth. As India is a developing nation, the requirement of Mechanical Engineers increasing day after day. Keeping these points in view, the SVIET has started Mechanical Engineering branch in the year 2010 with an intake of 60. The Department of Mechanical Engineering is well equipped with bloodline of the department and ensure high quality education to the students. The state-of-the-art Laboratories and the dedicated faculty with iron-resolve, address the cognitive capacities as well as practical hands on workshop experience of students in fulfilling the ever more pressing needs of the Industries.

VISION

To provide mechanical engineering education that meets the highest global standards, So that the students are innovative, pioneering and leading in all of its core activities.

MISSION

The Mechanical Engineering Department is committed to:

1.Prepare effective and responsible graduate engineers for global requirements by providing quality education.
2.Constantly strive to improve pedagogical methods employed in delivering the academic programs.
3.Respond effectively to the needs of the industry and changing world.
4.Conduct basic and applied research and to generate intellectual property.
5.Cultivate the spirit of entrepreneurship.
6.Make our graduates experts in practical problem solving with comprehensive thinking skills.
7.Arrange industry institution interaction for enhancing the knowledge of students and faculty by reaching MOU with various industries at local and national level.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Program Educational Objectives(PEOs)

Graduates of Mechanical Engineering will be able to
PEO1: Get good job opportunities or pursue higher studies
PEO2: Exercise latest techniques to get solutions to industrial/engineering problems.
PEO3: Gain the knowledge of other fields of engineering continuously to grab more opportunities.
PEO4: Establish as entrepreneurs with continuously leaning, professionalism, managerial skills, social responsibilities and ethical practices.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

LONG TERM GOALS

=> Establish the department as an excellent academic centre through expertise methods and modern laboratories.
=> Aim to achieve more number of research publications.
=> Recruit and retain high quality faculty members with interests in variety of areas of mechanical engineering.
=> Attain national recognition as an active engineering department.
=> To establish job oriented continuous training center for students collaborate with industry and other university in light of exchanging ideas.

SHORT TERM GOALS

=> Produce 50% of students to be passed out with distinction.
=> Achieve 90% academic results.
=> Motivate the faculty to possess doctoral degree.
=> Effective measures to ensure that all supporting faculty possess diploma or degree by the year 2014.
=> Improve the leadership qualities of the faculty and students.
=> To establish Advanced PG courses.
=> Increase interaction and collaboration with industry- institute interaction.
=> Encouraging the faculty for the skill up gradation through attending seminars, conferences etc.
=> To encourage Research activities.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
About Library

Mechanical Engineering departmentis equipped with a library apart from the Central Library of the Institution.Department Library comprise of a substantial No. of Volumes, Magazines, Dailies and Reference Books for ready reference to its Staff and Students.At present the department library has about different volumes with different titles. It also subscribes for e-Journals, Journals & Magazines.

Apart from curriculum books the library also has titles in the reference section that helps student in preparing for competitive exams and placement tests. Rich collection of books on software technologies makes the student improve his technical and programming skills. CD's and DVD's of lectures are also available in the department library facilitating quick learning.Though the library, at present caters to the needs of the undergraduate and post graduate students , it is as well in future being developed to meet the needs of staff doing their Doctoral Program.

The library functions on all working days from Monday to Saturday.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Address:

Sri Vasavi Institute of Engineering & Technology

Nandamuru

Pedana Mandal

Krishna District

Andhra Pradesh

India,Pin code:521369

  • Department Head Phone No:9492805901

  • Email:hod.mech@sviet.edu.in
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Faculty:


NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION
1. Dr.D.Raja Ramesh Professor
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2. Mr. P.S R K Nageswara Rao Associate.Professor
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3. Mr. K.Sukumar Asst.Professor
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4.Mrs. CH.Anusha Asst.Professor
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5. Mr. V.Satish Kumar Asst.Professor
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6. Mr. P.Bhargava Kumar Asst.Professor
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7. Mr. S.Venkata Reddy Asst.Professor
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8. N.Jahnavi Chandrika Asst.Professor
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9. Mr. P. Vijayakanth Asst.Professor
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Non Teaching Staff


NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION
1. Mr.Sayed Ibrrahhim LAB TECHNICIAN
2. Mr.B.Divakar LAB TECHNICIAN
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Program Outcomes(POs)

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 modeling 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.

Program Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PSO1. SKILLS FOR SUCCESSFUL CAREER: Able to apply engineering knowledge to get through the competitive examinations for employment/higher studies.
PSO2. PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS: Exercise latest techniques, innovative methods and multi disciplinary knowledge in solving engineering problems of industry and serve the society.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

COURSE OUTCOMES

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R16 Regulations

MECH 2nd Year ( I - Semester )MECH 2nd Year ( II - Semester)
  • Metallurgy & Materials Science
  • Kinematics of Machinery
  • Mechanics of Solids
  • Thermal Engineering -I
  • Thermodynamics
  • Production Technology
  • Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
  • Design of Machine Members -I
  • Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines
  • Machine Drawing
  • Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Practice
  • Industrial Engineering and Management
  • Electrical & Electronics Engg. Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery Lab
  • Mechanics of Solids & Metallurgy Lab
  • Production Technology Lab

  • MECH 3rd Year ( I - Semester )MECH 3rd Year ( II - Semester)
  • Dynamics of Machinery
  • Metrology
  • Metal Cutting & Machine Tools
  • Instrumentation & Control Systems
  • Design of Machine Members�I
  • Refrigeration & Air-conditioning
  • Operations Research
  • Heat Transfer
  • Thermal Engineering -II
  • OPEN ELECTIVE
  • Theory of Machines Lab
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Machine Tools Lab
  • Data Base Management System
  • Thermal Engineering Lab
  • Waste Water Management
  • IPR & Patents
  • Computer Graphics
    Industrial Robotics
    Green Engineering Systems
  • Heat Transfer Lab
  • Metrology & Instrumentation Lab
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Lab
  • Professional Ethics & Human Values

  • MECH 4th Year ( I - Semester )MECH 4th Year ( II - Semester)
  • Mechatronics
  • Production Planning and Control
  • CAD/CAM
  • Unconventional Machining Processes
  • Finite Element Methods
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Power Plant Engineering
  • Elective III
  • Elective I
  • Thermal Equipment Design
    Computational Fluid DynamicsNon Destructive Evaluation
    Condition MonitoringQuality and Reliability Engineering
    Additive Manufacturing
  • Seminar
  • Elective II
  • Project
  • Advanced Materials
    Design for Manufacture
    Gas Dynamics & Jet Propulsion
  • CAD/CAM Lab
  • Mechatronics Lab
  • DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
    S.NOBatchRegd.NoName of the studentMarks %College Rank
    1.2013-201411MQ5A0313SANKURATRI GOVINDARAJULU78.26I
    2.2014-201512MQ5A0304MOTHUKURI SIVA SAI KUMAR79.98II
    3.2015-201612MQ1A0307SHAIK HASEENA77.74I
    4.2015-201614MQ5A0302MOHAMMED RAEES RIYAZTULLAH76.40II
    5.2016-201713MQ1A0327LAKANAM HARISH80.10I
    6.2016-201714MQ5A0302BALLA MOHANA VAMSI KRISHNA78.03II
    7.2017-201814MQ1A0316KOLLIPARA N VENKATA LAKSHMANAKRISHNA79.49I
    8.2017-201814MQ1A0341SAYINA VENU MAHESH79.24II
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    Mechanical Projects 21-22
    Mechanical Projects 20-21

    Mechanical Mini Projects 21-22

    STUDENT PROJECTS:

    Projects being carried out by students of Fourth Year are:

    S.NoTitle
    1.Remote control floor cleaning Robot
    2.Modeling and analysis of heat exchanger
    3.Design and analysis of the Go-Cart Chassis
    4.Fabrication of grain spray pump
    5.Comparative analysis & testing of glass fiber rein forced polymer composites
    6.Design and analysis of crane hook
    7.A Study on mechanical properties of particulate rein forced aluminum composites
    8.A project in pedal cranking mechanism for paddy wheat Threshing mechanism
    9.Remote controlled ceiling fan
    10.Fabrication of three axis pneumatic trailer
    11.Fabrication of pedaling hacksaw
    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
    Internships Year wise
    Internships 21-22
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    ABOUT ARMS

    Technology is advancing day by day. The trends in technological sciences have been changing rapidly. Text books are written decades ago but the present technology is advanced, so we need new and novel findings and activities to cope up with the present advancements. An association called ARMS (Association of Revolutionary Mechanical Engineering Scholars) was inaugurated in the Department of Mechanical Engineering On 09.10.2012 to organize various departmental activities.


    Aims & Objectives of ARMS :

    1. To organize industrial tours and visits.
    2. To arrange Guest Lectures on topics of general interest and seminars of specific interest.
    3. To focus on the cutting edge technology and present it to the students in an interesting manner by means of lectures, talk, articles and workshops.
    4. To promote the interests of students in various technical areas pertaining to Mechanical Engineering.
    5. To interact with other technical people, societies within and outside the institute to promote flow of knowledge and interest.
    6. To encourage novel ideas by means of special projects.
    7. To conduct social service activities.

    The Logo of ARMS:

    It consists of gear tooth which resembles as the wheel of progress and olive leafs for sustainable technology. The ARMS holding the globe indicates that to safeguard the world by student communities, the lightening torch to be handed over from one hand to another hand to eradicate darkness and to spread knowledge all over the globe long lastingly.

    Association Members:

    On this auspicious occasion, Dr V Ganesan, professor, IIT Madras, chief guest of the inaugural function, delivered an intellectual message on Horse power to Horsepower and IC engines emissions. Then Dr. Ganesan launched the ARMS Logo. Later The Management members felicitated the chief guest as a token of honor.


    Chairman, Sri Gudivada Ramachandra Rao presided over the function. Correspondent Sri K. Kumar babu and Executive Directors Sri T.Sai Kumar, Sri D.Baba and Principal Dr. K. Ramesh, P.Ajay Kumar HOD (Mechanical), faculty members and the students were present in the inauguration.

    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
    Research Publications

    Publications 2021-2022

    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    Programmes

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    FM & HM LABORATORY:
    S.No. Equipment Name Capacity & Range
    1 Single Stage Centrifugal Pump 18.37 lps
    2 Multi Stage Centrifugal Pump 8.52 lps
    3 Reciprocating Pump 8.52 lps
    4 Pipe Friction H=6-28m, 0.72lps
    5 Francis Turbine Power Generated PO = 1.5 KW
    6 Impact of JET on Vanes 1.8 lps, V=15 m/S
    7 Venturi and Orifice Meter Q = 0.67 lps, H=10m
    8 Turbine Flow Meter Q = 0.67 lps, H=10m
    9 Bernoulli's Apparatus H=6-28m, 0.9lps
    10 Triangular Notch H=6-28m, 0.9lps
    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    MECHANICS OF SOLIDS & METALLURGY LABORATORY:
    S.No. Equipment Name Capacity & Range
    1 Universal Testing Machine 400 KN
    2 Torsion Testing Machine 60 N X M
    3 Spring Testing Machine 5000 N
    4 Hardness Testing Machine 2500N
    5 Impact Testing Machine 300 J
    6 Muffle furnace 1000oC
    7 Specimen Mounting Press 3 Ton
    8 Jomeny end quenching Apparatus 240lph;ID122.5mm
    9 Dry and Wet Linisher 900mmX100mm
    10 Double Disc Polishing machine 210mm, 8�
    11 Binocular microscope Co-axial & Lieca Optics
    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    THERMAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY:


    S.No. Equipment Name Capacity & Range
    1 4-Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine 3.7KW, 1500RPM
    2 4-Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine (Retardation) 6KW, 660RPM
    3 Cut Section Of 4-Stroke Single Cylinder Diesel Engine 5HP, 1500RPM
    4 Air Compressor 12Kg/cm2
    5 Variable Compression ratio Petrol Engine 2.2kw, 3000RPM
    6 2-Stroke Single Cylinder Petrol Engine --

    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    MACHINE TOOLS LABORATORY:

    S.No. Equipment Name
    1 Lathe machine with belt drives
    2 Lathe Machine with gear drives
    3 Milling Machine
    4 Shaping Machine
    5 Sloting Machine
    6 Surface Grinding Machine
    7 Radial Drilling Machine
    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus

    WORK SHOP LABORATORY:


    S.No. Equipment Name
    1 Fitting Shop
    2 Carpentry Shop
    3 House Wiring Shop
    4 Sheet Metal Shop
    5 Welding Shop
    6 Blacksmithy Shop

    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus.

    METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY:


    S.No. Equipment Name Capacity & Range
    1 TOOL MAKERS MICROSCOPE .METZ1395A(0to50mm) LONGITUDINAL &TRANSVERSE MOMENTS
    2 DIAL BORE GAUGE (50-160mm)
    3 BEVEL PROTRACTOR 150*300mm BLADES
    4 SLIP GAUGE (83 pieces)
    5 VERNIER HEIGHT GAUGE (0-300 mm)
    6 SINE BAR (200 mm)
    7 PRESSURE GAUGE pr cell: 10kg/cm2, Pr source : Foot pump5kg/cm2
    LVDT range + 10mm micrometer 0-25mm, (NOTE: 0-50 Micro Meter is not available, it can be done as 25-50mm but for
    8 LVDT TRANSDUCER Experimental Purpose it Appt to Use 0-25mm)
    9 THERMOCOUPLE temperature range 0-1000c RTD:pt-100,thermocouple k Type, thermister 5/10ᾩ, source of measurement glass bead hg Thermometer
    10 CAPACITANCE TRANSDUCER displacement 50mm/900, capacitance sensor parallel plate Capacitor
    11 PHOTO AND MAGNETIC SPEED PICKUPS Motor: 12v fhp dc motor, speed controller: variable dc 12v
    12 ROTA METER 0.1 to 1LPM, Scale length 85mm (your Spec i.e 6 LPH to 60 LPH) 16LPH to 160LPH, Scale Length 8.5 Cm (our Spec)

    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus.

    HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORY:


    S.No. Equipment Name
    1 THERMAL CONDUTIVITY OF METAL ROD
    2 HEAR TRANSFER IN NUTURAL CONVECTION
    3 H.T FORCED CONVECTION
    4 EMISSIVITY MEASUREMENT APPARATUS
    5 STEFAN BOLTZMANN�S APPARATUS
    6 H.T THROUGH COMPOSITE WALL
    7 H.T FROM PIN FIN
    8 DROP WISE & FILM WISE CONDENSION APPARATUS
    9 PARALLEL FLOW & COUNTER FOLW H.T EXCHARGER
    10 HEAT PIPE DEMONSTRATOR
    11 LAGGED PIPE
    12 POOL BOILING

    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipment's as per the JNTU syllabus.

    PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY:


    S.No. Equipment Name
    1 ELECTRICAL FURNACE
    2 PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING MACHINE
    3 FLY PRESS with BENDING DIE, BLANKING & PIERCING DIE and DEEP DRAWING DIE
    4 PLASTIC BLOW MOULDING MACHINE
    5 ARC WELDING MACHINE
    6 SAND PERMEABILITY and HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE
    7 GAS WELDING EQUIPMENT
    8 UNIVERSAL STRENGTH TESTING MACHINE
    9 FOUNDRY TOOLS
    10 WOOD TURNING LATHE

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    ACADEMIC CALENDARS

    2018-19 Academic Calendars

    2017-18 Academic Calendars

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    Capacity Enhancement Schemes


    Teaching methodologies 21-22


    2020-2021

    TEACHING METHODOLOGIES 20-21
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    2020-2021

    I SEM
    II SEM

    2020-2021

    ADVANCED LEARNERS I SEM
    ADVANCED LEARNERS II SEM
    SLOW LEARNERS I SEM
    SLOW LEARNERS II SEM