Mechanical Engineering

Need Of Laboratory

The primary purpose of thermal engineering lab is to show the students the experimental methods on thermal energies in various engines and demonstrate their operational procedure.

Objectives

Students will be able to

  • identify and use units and notations in Thermodynamics.
  • State and illustrate first and second laws of Thermodynamics.
  • Explain the concepts of entropy, enthalpy, reversibility and irreversibility.
  • Apply the first and second laws of Thermodynamics to various gas processes and cycles.
  • To get conversant with properties of steam, dryness fraction measurement, vapor processes and Thermodynamic vapor cycles, performance estimation.
  • To get conversant with Psychrometric Charts, Psychrometric processes, human comfort conditions.

Need Of Laboratory

In daily routine life everything is done by machine, which reduces human efforts, as well as saving time and energy. The subject “Kinetics and theory of machine " in mechanical engineering discipline gives a complete knowledge about machine in terms of construction, maintenance, different machine elements and mechanisms like gear, cam-follower, follower, belt-pulley, flywheel, etc. Knowledge of this subject with deep insight into the practical applications develops a professional confidence to become successful Engineer.

Objectives

Students will be able to

  • To understand the kinematics and rigid- body dynamics of kinematically driven machine components.
  • To understand the motion of linked mechanisms in terms of the displacement, velocity and acceleration at any point in a rigid link.
  • Identify mechanisms in real life applications.
  • Perform kinematic analysis of simple mechanisms.
  • To Understand principles of CAM and its terminology .
  • To define governor and select/suggest an appropriate governor.

Need Of Laboratory

Computer-aided design (CAD) is one of the key for mechanical engineers to improve the productivity. CAD is the use of computers to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design. Using CAD software to facilitate part design allows for higher precision, simpler and more accurate design iterations, and comprehensive documentation for part and/or project management.

Objectives

Students will be able to

  • Introduce field of Intelligent CAD/CAM with particular focus on engineering product design and manufacturing.
  • Develope holistic view of initial competency in engineering design by modern computational methods.
  • Understand concepts of geometric modeling.
  • Provide theoretical background of CAD/CAM.
  • Introduce Rapid Prototyping techniques.

Need Of Laboratory

The lab is well equipped and enables students to understand the basics of refrigeration and air conditioning.

Objectives

  • The major Power Consuming devices are refrigerators and Air Conditioners. The main objective of this course is to understand the working principle of Refrigerator and Air conditioning and to operate them with minimum consumption of power in minimum time.
  • The student should understand how to operate the Refrigerator and Air conditioner, their working principle, various operating cycles such as vapor compression cycle, Air compression cycle, multi compression system, Vapor absorption cycle with numerical calculations.
  • He/she should know the psychrometry and various properties of air, GSHF, RSHF, humidification, Dehumidification, various components and their types for air conditioners and Refrigerators such as compressors, condensers, evaporators, throttle device and temperature and pressure controllers.
  • Except understanding of working principle, he should know various types of Refrigerants and how to choose them in a system to operate it smoothly with minimum cost and minimum maintenance.

Need Of Laboratory

Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary branch of engineering focusing on electrical and mechanical systems. This also includes combinations of robots, electronics, computer, systems and product engineering. The intention of this subject is to produce a design solution that unifies each of these various fields. This contributes to development of new technologies, automation and good industrial practices. The practical knowledge of this subject provides opportunities to students for exploring the various aspects of Mechatronics. This is important in creating devices, machines and systems that are not just connected but smart enough to create and capture activity data. The fields of mechanical and electronics engineering have come together as mechatronics with applications in everything from coffee makers to robotic systems.

Objectives

Students will be able to

  • To understand the key elements of the Mechatronic system, representation into a block diagram.
  • To understand principles of Sensors, their characteristics.
  • To understand Mathematical modeling of systems.
  • To study various actuators applicable to Mechatronic systems.
  • To study of Interfacing of different electronic and electro - mechanical devices.

Need Of Laboratory

We live in a material world. Today, it is the role of the mechanical engineers to study, develop, design and operate processes that transform raw materials into useful engineering products intended to improve the quality of our lives. The subject “Engineering Metallurgy" in mechanical engineering discipline gives a complete knowledge about structure of materials, Different mechanical properties of metals, equilibrium phase diagrams, heat treatment and powder metallurgy etc. Detail learning of this subject with practical approach develops a professional confidence to become successful Engineer.

Objectives

Students will be able to

  • Understand the correlation between the internal structure of materials.
  • Understand different mechanical properties and various methods to quantify their mechanical integrity and failure criteria.
  • Provide a detailed interpretation of equilibrium phase diagrams
  • Learn about different phases and heat treatment methods to tailor the properties of Fe-C alloys.
  • Describe the fundamentals of powder metallurgy