Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering

 

Administrative Office No.: 0824-2425966

Srinivas University College of Engineering and Technology

Department Of Mechanical Engineering

About Course:

B.Tech. in Mechanical engineering programme nurtures and develops students as young global Engineers. The programme lays emphasis on preparing students to become competent global business leaders and entrepreneurs by building their capabilities, knowledge, skills and attitude. B.Tech. in Mechanical engineering is a Four-year graduate programme. The goal of B.Tech. programme is to enable students to become technically competent entrepreneurs in the vast technological sector and to prepare students to become responsible and contributing members of the community.

Mechanical engineering is the discipline that applies the principles of engineering, physics, and materials science for the design, analysis, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems.

Duration : 4 years, Eight semesters.

Eligibility: Pass in 10 + 2 / 12th Standard with 45% marks (40% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category).

Lateral Entry: Candidates who have successfully completed 3 year diploma in Engineering are eligible to apply for lateral entry into B.Tech. courses .Candidates will be admitted to second year of the programme only after appearing the Srinivas University selection process for engineering programme.

HOD’S Desk:

Dr. Shreeprakash B.E., M.tech,Ph.D

The Department has been recognized as R & D Centre by Srinivas University,  for carrying out Research activities leading to Ph.D. Degrees. The department offers UG program namely, B.Tech.(Mechanical Engineering). The sanctioned students strengths of B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering is 120 . At present, the department has Ph.D scholars, working on nanomaterials, composites, alternative fuels etc.

Being under an private university we had a feasibility to form our own syllabus. Thus we have approached several industrialists and have framed the syllabus according to the industry requirements and also have introduced 5+1+2 system in each semester where students have made to study 5 theories, one hybrid subject which is a mixture of theoretical and practical application and two labs.

The students of the department will undergo internship in various reputed organizations all over the country. Students participate in various national and international level  competitions regularly. The department possesses the state of the art research facilities to support our academic programs and research. Several projects of the students have been funded by the Government of Karnataka. The students of our department work in interdisciplinary projects and have won laurels at National level.

Our department has a distinguished record in both teaching and research. Faculty members have excellent academic credentials and are highly regarded. They have publications at national and international levels . Several faculty members serve on the editorial boards of national and international journals, review technical articles for journals on a regular basis and organize conferences and workshops

Vision and Mission:

Vision:

To become a leading learning centre in Mechanical Engineering by providing students the necessary knowledge and professional skills for innovations, research and development, and capability for serving industry and research establishments with a strong concern for societal needs and environment.

Mission:

  • Provide students the knowledge that builds within them, a strong foundation in the basic principles of mechanical engineering, problem solving abilities, analytical skills, soft skills and communication skills for their overall development.
  • Develop talented and committed human resource with an aptitude for creativity, team-spirit, entrepreneurship abilities, for lifelong growth in their professional careers.
  • Impart quality education to students to meet the needs of profession and society, and to promote high standards of professional ethics, transparency and accountability.

MECHANICAL Engineering

B.Tech. in Mechanical engineering programme nurtures and develops students as young global Engineers. The programme lays emphasis on preparing students to become competent global business leaders and entrepreneurs by building their capabilities, knowledge, skills and attitude. B.Tech. in Mechanical engineering is a Four-year graduate programme. The goal of B.Tech. programme is to enable students to become technically competent entrepreneurs in the vast technological sector and to prepare students to become responsible and contributing members of the community.

Special Features of the Programme:

  • Industry oriented syllabus with special focus on experimental learning.
  • Opportunity to learn other works by TECHNOTRONICS LAB Design by Mech Dept,
  • Placement support and research oriented projects for every student.
  • Focus on smart skill development & training on competitive exams.
  • Have an new system of syllabus configuration where student has made to learn 5 theories,1 Practically + Theory, and 2 labs in each semester.
  • Earn while Learn Opportunity in/Software/hardware/production/Design//quality maintenance by company delegate’s.

Program Educational Objectives:

  • To prepare students to meet the industry requirements at global level competitiveness.
  • To develop the students analytical skills to enable them to understand real world problems and formulate solutions.
  • To impart basic education to students in the areas of Design Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Management, and Thermal Sciences that will enable them to take up higher studies in these areas.
  • To allow students to work in teams through group project works and thus help them achieve interpersonal and communication skills.
  • To inculcate the habit of lifelong learning, adherence to ethics in profession, concern for environmental, and regard for good professional practices.

Career Opportunities:

Mechanical Engineers find vast job opportunities in almost all the companies in all the fields starting from Automobile Industries, Aerospace Industries, Chemical Industries, FMCG companies, Manufacturing companies, Production companies, Service based companies, Software Companies, Education sector, Government departments like Ministry of Defence, Public Work Departments, Ministry of Transportation etc. Every industry needs the support of Mechanical Engineers for its working and success.

Faculties:

1 Name:  Dr. Thomas Pinto.  BE,M.Tech, Ph.D
Designation: Dean & Professor
Years of Experience: 33
2 Name:Dr. Shreeprakash B. B.E.,M.Tech, Ph.D
Designation: HOD, Professor
Specialization: Materials Engg
Years of Experience: 32
Research Region: Metal Matrix Composites
No. Of Papers Published: 05
No. Of Workshops Attended: 05
3 Name: Dr. Sudheendra P Hebbar BE,M.Tech, Ph.D
Designation: Associate ProfessorSpecialization: Materials Engineering
Years of Experience: 15.5years (7.5 Years Teaching + 7 Years Research.)
Research Region: Materials science
No. Of Papers Published: 21
No. Of Workshops Attended: 06
4 Name: Mrs. Uma Shrikar Shenoy BE, M.Tech
Designation: Assistant Professor
Specialization: Industrial Automation and Robotics
Years of Experience: 16 Years
Teaching Experience: 12 years
Industry: 5 yrs
No. Of Papers Published: 03
No. Of Workshops Attended: 04
5 Name: Mr. Varadaraj S. BE, M.Tech, (Ph.D)
Designation: Assistant Professor
Specialization: CAMS
Years of Experience: 07 Years
Research Region: Protective Coatings
No. Of Papers Published: 3
No. Of Workshops Attended: 13
6 Name: Mr.Vikas Rai K BE, M.Tech
Designation: Assistant Professor
Specialization: CAMS
Years of Experience: 06 Years
No. Of Workshops Attended: 01
7 Name: Mr. Vishwas C Shetty BE, M.Tech
Designation: Assistant Professor
Specialization: Machine Design
Years of Experience: Teaching 6 Years
No. Of Papers Published: 01
No. Of Workshops Attended: 02
8 Name: Mr. Nagaraja M R BE, M.Tech
Designation: Assistant Professor
Specialization: Manufacturing Engineering
Years of Experience: Teaching: 4 Years
No. Of Papers Published: 01
No. Of Workshops Attended: 02
9 Name: Mr. Raghavendra E H BE, M.Tech
Designation: Assistant Professor
Specialization: Thermal power Engineering
Years of Experience: Teaching: 4 Years
No. Of Papers Published: 03
No. Of Workshops Attended: 05
10 Name: Mr.Amruth C H BE, M.Tech, (Ph.D)
Designation: Assistant Professor
Specialization: Machine Design
Years of Experience: 09 Years
Research Region: Nano materials
No. Of Papers Published:06
No. Of Workshops Attended: 10
11 Name: Mr. Rakshith Kumar P BE, M.Tech (Ph.D)
Designation:Assistant Professor
Specialization: Design Engineering
Years of Experience: Teaching 5.5 Years,1.5 year Industry
Research Region: Corrosion science and Thermal Coatings
No. Of Papers Published: 05
No. Of Workshops Attended: 05
12 Name: Mr. Anil M D BE, M.Tech (Ph.D)
Designation: Assistant Professor
Specialization: Thermal Power Engineering
Years of Experience: Teaching 5 Years
Research Region: IC Engines
No. Of Papers Published: 03
No. Of Workshops Attended: 04
Lifetime membership: ISTE

 

COURSE STRUCTURE:

Total Credits : 180
SI No SUB. CODE
SEMESTER  1
CREDITS SI No SUB. CODE
SEMESTER  2
CREDITS
1 19SPH11/21 Engineering Physics of Materials 4 1 19SCH11/21 Engineering Chemistry of Materials 4
2 19SEL12/22 Elements of Electrical Engineering 3 2 19SCP12/22 Programming in C & Data Structures 3
3 19SCV13/23 Elements of Civil Engineering 3 3 19SEC13/23 Elements of Electronics Engineering 3
4 19SME14/24 Elements of Mechanical Engineering 2 4 19SEG14/25 Elements of Engineering Graphics 2.5
5 19SQO15 Algebra and Calculus 1 4 5 19SST25 Algebra and Calculus 2 4
6 19SPH16/26 Engineering Physics Laboratory 1.5 6 19SCH16/26 Engineering Chemistry Laboratory 1.5
7 19SWS17/27 Workshop Practice 1.5 7 19SCL17/27 Computer programming lab 1
8 19SCI18/28 Constitution of India and Professional Ethics 8 19SES18/28 Principles of Environmental Studies
9 19SPD19/29 Personality Development and Communication 2 9    
    Total Credits 21       19
SEMESTER 3 Credits SEMESTER 4 Credits
1 Engineering Mathematics-III 3 1 Engineering Mathematics-IV 3
2 Basic Thermodynamics 4 2 Applied Thermodynamics 4
3 Mechanics of Materials 4 3 Kinematics of Machines& Simulations (Practical+ Theory) 4
4 Manufacturing Process-I 3 4 Fluid Mechanics 3
5 Material Science 3 5 Mechanical Measurement And

Metrology

3
6 Computer Aided Machine Drawing (Practical+ Theory) 3 6 Manufacturing Process-II 3
7 Material Testing Lab 2 7 Foundry Lab 2
8 Machine Shop lab 2 8 Mechanical Measurement  and Metrology Lab 2
  Total credit 24   Total credit 24
SEMESTER 5 Credits SEMESTER 6 Credits
1 Management and Economics 3 1 Advanced Finite Element Analysis (Practical+ Theory) 4
2 Design of Machine Elements -I 4 2 Design of Machine Elements-II 3
3 Dynamics of Machines 3 3 Heat & Mass Transfer 3
4 Turbo Machine 3 4 Elective -A (GROUP-A) 3
5 Finite Element Method (Practical+ Theory) 3 5 Elective -B (GROUP-B) 3
6 Energy Engineering 3 6 Open Elective -I (GROUP-I) 3
7 Fluid Mechanics & Machines Lab 2 7 Heat & Mass Transfer Lab 2
8 Energy Conversion Engg. Lab 2 8 Automobile lab 2
      9 Mini project 2
  Total credit 23   Total credit 25
SEMESTER 7 Credits SEMESTER 8 Credits
1 Mechanical Vibrations 4 1 Control Engineering 4
2 Computer Aided Manufacturing (practical+ Theory) 3 2 Elective-E(GROUP-E) 3
3 Elective –C(GROUP-C) 3 3 Open Elective-III(GROUP-III) 3
4 Elective –D(GROUP-D) 3 4 Technical seminar 1
5 Open Elective –II(GROUP-II) 3 5 Project work 8
6 Design and Experimental Stress Analysis Lab 2 6 Internship 3
7 MAT Lab 2   Total credit 22
8 Project Phase-I 2      
  Total credit 22      

 

PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVES

Professional Elective – A Professional Elective – B
Subjects Credits Subjects Credits
1 Surface Treatment and Coatings 3 1 Composite Materials 3
2 Micro Electro Mechanical Systems 3 2 Tool Design 3
3 Non-Traditional Machining 3 3 Welding Technology 3
4 Theory of Elasticity 3 4 Non Destructive Testing 3
Professional Elective – C   Professional Elective – D  
Subjects Credits Subjects Credits
1 Non-conventional Energy sources 3 1 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 3
2 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 3 2 Industrial Engineering & Management 3
3 Agile Manufacturing 3 3 Organizational Behavior 3
4 Design of Heat Exchangers 3 4 Maintenance & Reliability Engineering 3
Professional Elective – E    
Subjects Credits  
1 Fracture Mechanics 3  
2 Tribology 3  
3 Operation Management 3  
4 Automotive Engineering 3  

 

OPEN ELECTIVE I – VI SEM

SL. NO. SUBJECTS CREDITS
1 Occupational Health & Safety 3
2 Principles Of Constructional Management 3
3 Research Methodology 3
4 Principles of Architectural & Town Planning 3
5 Industrial Engineering and Management 3
6 Product Life Cycle Management 3
7 Organization Behaviour 3
8 Ergonomics 3
9 Engineering Economics 3
10 Law for Engineers 3
11 Human Resource Management 3
12 Information Technology Management 3
13 Stress Management 3
14 Innovation and new product development 3
15 Principles Of Green Technology 3
16 Enterprise Resource planning 3
17 Stress Management through Yoga 3

OPEN ELECTIVE II – VII SEM

SL. NO. SUBJECTS CREDITS
1 Environmental Engineering – II 3
2 Building Services in Large Buildings 3
3 Sustainability Construction in Engineering 3
4 Air Pollution & Control 3
5 Total Quality Management 3
6 Operations Research 3
7 Statistical Quality Control 3
8 Bio Mass Energy Systems 3
9 Design and Analysis of  Algorithms 3
10 Object Oriented  Programming in C++ 3
11 Advanced  JAVA Programming 3
12 Database Management Systems 3
13 Digital Image Processing 3
14 Design and Development of Web Application 3
15 System Modelling and Simulation 3
16 Designing Embedded Systems  3

 

OPEN ELECTIVE II – VII SEM

SL. NO. SUBJECTS CREDITS
1 Environmental Engineering – II 3
2 Building Services in Large Buildings 3
3 Sustainability Construction in Engineering 3
4 Air Pollution & Control 3
5 Total Quality Management 3
6 Operations Research 3
7 Statistical Quality Control 3
8 Bio Mass Energy Systems 3
9 Design and Analysis of  Algorithms 3
10 Object Oriented  Programming in C++ 3
11 Advanced  JAVA Programming 3
12 Database Management Systems 3
13 Digital Image Processing 3
14 Design and Development of Web Application 3
15 System Modelling and Simulation 3
16 Designing Embedded Systems  3

 

OPEN ELECTIVE III – VIII SEM

SL. NO. SUBJECTS CREDITS
1 Environmental Impact Assessment 3
2 Solid Waste Management 3
3 Remote Sensing & GIS 3
4 Quality Assurance in Construction 3
5 Nanotechnology 3
6 Rapid Prototyping 3
7 Robotics 3
8 Smart Materials 3
9 Data Acquisition & PLC 3
10 Automotive Electronics 3
11 Transducers & Measurements 3
12 Solar Cells 3
13 Dot Net Frame work for Application Development 3
14 Mobile Application Development 3
15 Data Warehouse and Data Mining 3
16 Multimedia Computing 3

 

Facilities

The department has a team of highly qualified and dedicated faculty members along with highly experienced supporting staff, state-of-the-art laboratories, multimedia classrooms, digital online library facilities and a good infrastructure which provides a healthy and professional environment on par with the International standards. The department has established the following well equipped laboratories for the regular academic work, research activities and consultancy work:

  • Computer Aided Engineering Drawing (CAED) Lab – The lab is well equipped with 70 computer systems having Mechanical component Modeling Software’s like Solid Edge –V19 2D and 3D, Solid Works.
  • Workshop Practice Lab – Comprises of all bench fitting, sheet metal work and welding tools which include Bench vices, Leg vices, Bench Grinding machine, Hand grinder, High precision Surface plate, Vernier Height Gauge, Angle Plate, V-Blocks, Anvils, files, hacksaws, punches, trysquares, chisels, snips, mallets, soldering irons, Arc Welding Transformers, electrodes etc..
  • Metallographic and Material Testing Lab – Well designed and well equipped with machinery & apparatus to conduct Mechanical property test on materials like Universal Testing Machine (1000KN capacity) with additional Shear and Bending test Attachments , Torsion testing Machine (1000kgcm capacity), Impact Testing, Vicker’s Hardness Tester, Rockwell cum Brinell Hardness Tester, Metallurgical Microscope, Disc Polishing Machine, Wear Testing Apparatus (Pin on Disc Apparatus), Muffle furnace for Heat Treatment, Ultrasonic flaw detector, Magnetic crack detector, Dye Penetrant Test kit, etc. The lab is not only well suited for regular academic works, but also for Research and Consultancy work.
  • Foundry and Forging Lab – The lab is equipped with modern equipments like LPG Furnaces (upto 10000C capacity), Rapid Drier with Digital Temperature Control, Universal Sand/Soil Testing Machine, Permeability Tester, Core Hardness Tester, Mould Hardness Tester, Sieve Shaker with set of Sieves and Rapid Moisture Tester.
  • Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab – The lab is equipped with instruments for the Calibration of Thermocouples, Strain Gauges, Pressure Gauges, Load Cells, Linear Variable Differential Transformers, Mechanical Comparators and Surface Roughness testers with dial gauges, Universal Bevel Protractor, Precision Spirit Level, 83-pieces Slip Gauge set, Sine Bar, Sine Centre, Gear tooth micrometer, Gear tooth Vernier, Tool makers’ microscope, Profile Projector, Lathe Tool Dynamometer, Drill Tool Dynamometer, Surface Plate (12” Cast Iron), Surface Gauge, Screw pitch gauge – mm and BSW, Outside micrometer, Vernier Caliper, Optical flat, Autocollimator, Plug gauges, Ring gauges etc..
  • Machine Shop – The laboratory is well equipped with machines like Belt-driven centre lathe, Gear Driven lathe, Horizontal Milling machine with vertical milling attachment, Shaping machine, Planing machine, Sensitive drilling machine, Bench Grinders, Hydraulic Surface Grinder, Mechanical Cylindrical Grinder and all the lathe attachments, accessories with cutting tools.
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab – The lab is well equipped with setups for Fluid machinery Performance test analysis of Air compressor, Air blower, Centrifugal pump (both Single stage & multi stage), Reciprocating Pump, Francis Turbine, Kaplan Turbine and Pelton Wheel, to perform Friction analysis in pipe and pipe fittings, calibrations of Orifice meter, Venturimeter, Flow Nozzle, Impact of jet apparatus and Vertical Orifice meter.
  • Energy Conversion Lab – Comprises of Performance Testing set-ups for multi-cylinder petrol engine, multi-cylinder diesel engine, Variable Compression Ratio-stroke petrol Engine, 4-stroke single cylinder petrol engine, 2-stroke single cylinder petrol engine, 4-stroke single cylinder diesel engine, Flash point Apparatus, Redwood Viscometer, Saybolt Viscometer, Bomb Calorimeter, Port timing apparatus, Valve timing Apparatus and Mechanical Planimeter.
  • Computer Aided Modeling and Analysis (CAMA) Lab – The lab is well equipped with 70 computer systems having Finite Element Analysis software ANSYS 11.0.
  • Heat and Mass Transfer Lab – The lab is well equipped with Thermal Conductivity of Metal rod Apparatus, Heat Transfer Co-efficient of composite wall apparatus, pin fin apparatus, natural convection apparatus, forced convection apparatus, emissivity apparatus, Stefan-Boltzmann apparatus, Parallel flow and Counter flow heat exchanger, Air-conditioning test rig, Refrigeration Test rig, Drop and film wise condensation apparatus.
  • CIM Lab – The lab is equipped with CADEM software for CNC Programming and a CNC Turning machine from MTab® and Pneumatic control kit.
  • Design Lab – The lab is equipped with set-ups to test and study Static and Dynamic Balancing, characteristics of governors using Universal Governor Apparatus, Vibration analysis of shafts using Whirling of Shaft Apparatus, Torsional Vibration analysis equipment, Journal Bearing Apparatus, Strain Gauge Rosette gauges and a standard Gyroscope.

Students’ Organization and Clubs

AIMES:

The Mechanical Engineering Students’ Chapter “AIMES” (Association of Integrated Mechanical Engineering Students) was started in the year 2011 with a view to organize technical activities like seminars, guest lectures, etc. in the department. Experts and professionals from the industry, research centres and the academia are regularly invited to share their experience and to impart knowledge to the students of Mechanical engineering. Every academic year, in the month of August, the department conducts election to the various positions of Office Bearers of AIMES to booster the leadership and team building abilities of students and also to organize various events under the leadership of the HOD and the Faculty Coordinator.

TECHNOTRONICS:

Mechanical students have formed a club called Technotronics with a vision of “imagination at work” and with a mission of Implementing Technical Knowledge to the Real life Situations”.

The club started with a group of 9 members and now there are 23 members actively working under it. All the members are highly motivated, committed and enthusiastic towards their mission. They have done number of projects under the guidance of Asst. Prof. Vishwas & Asst. Prof. Raghavendra E H with the support of Dr. Suma Bhat Department of Mechanical Engineering and many other faculties. Students have completed projects like

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Fixed wings

Radio controlled Fixed Wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with Motor Thrust: 1200 gms (approximate), Servo motor : 2* 9gms, brushless motor 1000 KV with plastic rotor,  Wingspan: 960mm, Range : 1km Radius (approximate)Material used for plane : 5mm depron

depron

    • Unmanned Ground Vehicle / Pick and Place robot   

                       

Ground vehicle with arm of two DOF that can pick and place objects of weight around 500g.  

 

3 D printed aerial vehicle

 

 

It is the first quadcopter in Srinivas  School of Engg to have a successful flight built using 3D printed components. Frame dimension :450 mm in diagonal, Material used: PLA (Polylactic acid) Quadcopter weight  : 790 gm, Radio: 2.4ghz (avionic transmitter), Flight controller : arducopter ( APM 2.8)  

  •      Presently they are working on the projects like:
    • Aerial crop monitoring system

    To monitor the health condition of crops and to spray the pesticides on regular basis. 

    • Bionic finger support using 3D printer: Controlling of the fingers of a paralysed person to help him perform his day-to-day activities. Under the guidance of physiotherapist Dr Anup.
    • Multi nozzle 3D printer:To increase the speed of the production and to work with different materials.

      Research and Development

      Ongoing Researches:
Name of the Research Scholar Research Area Registration year
Mr. Canute Sherwin Protective Coating 2016
Mr. Ajay Noronha Lean Manufacturing 2017
Mr. Varadaraj S. Protective Coating 2018

Fee Structure

(For the Academic Year 2020-21)

S.No Courses Duration Annual Fee Structure
Non-Karnataka Karnataka
1 B.Tech. (Mechanical  Engineering) 
Eligibility : Pass in 10+2/PUC  with Physics, Mathematics  as  compulsory subject along  with Biology/Computer  Science/Electronics/BioTechnology with minimum  45% marks  (NRI : 25K extra in I Year)     
4 Years  (Eight  Semesters))  Year I : Rs. 1,13,000
Year II : Rs. 65,500
Year III : Rs. 65,500
Year IV : Rs. 65,500
Total: Rs. 3,09,500
Rs. 73,000
Rs. 65,500
Rs. 65,500
Rs. 65,500 
Rs. 2,69,500