Duration: 4 years
The contribution of this branch is enormous in the growth of technology over the centuries. The scope of the course varies from material research to machinery development, Nano Technology, Smart materials, Aerospace Technology, Missiles technology, CAD/CAM, FMS, CTM, Automation and such other interrelated developments. The job opportunities are in aerospace, Automotive and Manufacturing sectors apart from research establishments. Many firms developing software packages for mechanical components and products are also recruiting the mechanical engineers. The skills needed for this course are strong computational mathematics, creativity and analytical abilities. The areas of study includes Manufacturing processes, Mechanical vibrations, Mechatronics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Tool Engineering and Design, Design of machine elements, Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Robotics.
Experiments Involving Metallographic Views and analysis and Effect of Heat Treatment on Metals and Alloys.
Experiments involving different types of patterns and moulds. Further testing of these moulds is also carried out.
Experiments on Fluid flow and experiments involving Fluid Machines, pelton turbine, Kaplan turbine, multi stage centrifugal pumps etc.
Exercises involving different operations on different machines viz., Drilling, turning, Knu-ling, facing etc. on lathes and drilling and boring by using drilling m/c. Groove cutting by shaping or slotting. Gear cutting by using milling m/c.
Experiments involving the use of different measuring instruments.
Experiments involving different types of IC engines to determine IHP, BHP, FHP and Heat Balance Sheet etc. are earned out.
Experiments involving use of different devices of heat and mass transfer equipments.
Students are given exposure on Hydraulics, Pneumatics, PLC and Mechatronics Experiments.
Experiments on balancing, photo elastic materials etc.