PG

Department of Mechanical Engineering has running two PG Programme viz Machine Design in the Year 2003-04 with a intake of 18 & Manufacturing Science and Engineering in the year 2013-14 with a intake of 24 . The program is approved by AICTE and is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Karnataka. The M.Tech programme is of four semesters (two year) duration. During this tenure, they acquire the in depth knowledge in various fields of Design and Manufacturing through the rigorous, brain storming teaching- learning process. In addition, the students will be encouraged and motivated to learn the art of effective dissemination of knowledge through seminars and technical paper publications. They are even trained to carryout good project work, so that in future, they are enabled to shoulder the responsibility of performing, managing any project efficiently. The special feature of the programme is to develop aspirant students as self-pride, confident, efficient professionals/ entrepreneurs.
Students will have 6 months internship programme during 3rd semester from the Department and our placement center provides facilities for internship recruitments from major companies in the stream of Mechanical Engineering. Most of the students have bagged internship offers from Volvo, BFW, Toyota, Bosch, HAL, SunEdison Research Pvt. Ltd. etc.,. PG students will be provided placements during 4th semester and many companies have visited for PG.
Facilities: An independent laboratory is provided for PG with well-equipped high end systems with the separate R& D Center. Internet facility with IEEE access has been provided to each system. Four classrooms exist with projector facility.

PG Department is coordinated by Dr. Vidyashankar S M.E,Ph.D

CURRICULUM:

The curriculum is aimed to give theoretical and hands on in the areas of Advances technologies in the area of Machine Design and Manufacturing Engineering.

Machine Design

Applied Mathematics, Finite Element Method, Continuum Mechanics, Experimental Mechanics, Computer Graphics, Composite Materials Technology, Advanced Machine Design, Dynamics & Mechanism Design, Advanced Theory of Vibrations and a host of elective subjects like Computer Graphics, Design for Manufacture, Advanced Manufacturing Process Simulation Etc., in the first two semesters including lab and Seminars on each semester. Students have opportunity to study in advanced areas like Tribology and Bearing Design, Fracture Mechanics, Smart Materials & Structures Etc., and the entire third semester duration Industrial Training (Internship) in companies.

Syllabus Coverage as per VTU

Core Subjects Electives list
Semester I Elective I
Applied Mathematics Computer Graphics
Finite Element Method Computer Applications in Design
Continuum Mechanics Mechatronics System Design
Experimental Mechanics Design for Manufacture
Elective I  
Design Engineering Lab I  
Seminar  
   
Semester II Elective II
Composite Materials Technology Design Optimization
Advanced Machine Design Theory of Plasticity
Dynamics & Mechanism Design Advanced Manufacturing Process Simulation
Advanced Theory of Vibrations Rotor Dynamics
Elective II Automobile System Design
Design Engineering Lab II  
Seminar  
   
Semester III  
Seminar / Presentation on Internship (After 8 weeks from the date of commencement) *  
Report on Internship  
Evaluation and Viva-voce  
   
Semester IV Elective IV
Tribology and Bearing Design Fracture Mechanics
Elective III Smart Materials & Structures
Evaluation of Project Phase –II Robust Design
Evaluation of Project Phase III Computational Fluid Dynamics
Evaluation of Project Work and Viva-voce Finite Element Methods for Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Analysis.

Manufacturing Science and Engineering

Quality & Reliability Engineering, Advanced Foundry Technology, Theory of Metal Forming, Advanced Materials & Processing, Industrial Robotics, Non-Traditional Machining Processes, Non-Destructive Testing, Surface Treatment & Finishing and a host of elective subjects like Composite Materials, Operations Management, Simulation & Modeling of Manufacturing Systems, Finite Element Methods Etc., in the first two semesters including lab and Seminars on each semester. Students have opportunity to study in advanced areas like Industrial Design & Ergonomics, Nano Technology, Project Management etc., in the fourth semester and the entire third semester duration Industrial Training (Internship) in companies .

Syllabus Coverage as per VTU

Core Subjects Electives list
Semester I Elective I
Quality & Reliability Engineering Applied Probability and Statistics
Advanced Foundry Technology Composite Materials
Theory of Metal Forming Theory of Metal Cutting
Advanced Materials & Processing Computer Integrated Manufacturing & Automation
Elective I Quantitative Techniques in Decision Making
Lab Component  
Seminar I Operations Management
   
Semester II Elective II
Industrial Robotics Simulation & Modeling of Manufacturing Systems
Non-Traditional Machining Processes Finite Element Methods
Non-Destructive Testing Agile manufacturing
Surface Treatment & Finishing  Advanced Joining Processes
Elective II Agile manufacturing
Lab Component Advanced Joining Processes
Seminar Agile manufacturing
   
Semester III  
Seminar / Presentation on Internship (After 8 weeks from the date of commencement) *  
Report on Internship  
Evaluation and Viva-voce  
   
Semester IV Elective IV
Tool Design Industrial Design & Ergonomics
Elective III Advanced Manufacturing Practices
Evaluation of Project Phase –II Advanced Fluid Power Systems
Evaluation of Project Phase III Project Management
Evaluation of Project Work and Viva-voce Nano Technology

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