Department of Mechanical Engineering

Laboratory Details

Engineering Practices Lab

Equipped with basic fitting, carpentry, plumbing, smithy, foundry and welding facilities.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab

Equipped with Refrigeration Test Rig, Air Conditioning Test Rig, Heat Pum, LPG Refrigeration.

Machine Shop

Equipped with Hydraulic Cylindrical Grinder, Milling Machine, Centre Lathe, Turret Lathe, Plate Bending Machine, Radial Drilling Machine, Shaping Machine, Centre less Grinder, Surface Grinder, Slotting Machine, Tool & Cutter Grinder, Planning Machine, Gear hobbing machine

CAD/CAM Centre

Hardware
  • 50(Core i5 8MB RAM, 1TB HDD)
  • Plotter
Software
  • AUTODESK MECHANICAL DESKTOP 5.0
  • DEAS 11 NX
  • PRO-ENGINEER Wildfire
  • CATIA
  • THINK DESIGN 3.0
  • RONCAD 7.0
  • ANSYS Multiphysics 8.1

PG – CAD Centre

Hardware 15 (Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD) Plotter Software: IRONCAD 7.0 ANSYS 10.0 EdgeCAM 9.0

Thermal Engineering Lab

Equipped with Fuel Gas Analyzer, Constant Speed Air Blower Test Rig , 8HP Kirloskar Engine with Mechanical Brake , Two Stage Reciprocating Air Compressor, Emisivity Measurement Apparatus , Forced Convection Apparatus , Bomb Calorimeter, Four Cylinder petrol Engine with Hydraulic , Dynamometer , Single Cylinder Diesel Engine with Bulb loading arrangement, Viscometer.

Class Rooms

Each class room is furnished with a Black board, OHP Projector and LCD projector to support the Teaching Learning process. The class rooms are enabled to support the e-Learning Initiative.

Department Library

The department Library has 520 titles and 904 volumes of books covering wide range of Mechanical Engineering Subjects.

INFRASTRUCTURE SNAPSHOTS


Mechanical Engineering block

Training at Lathe Shop

Manufacturing operations using Special machines

Basic Engineering practises at Workshop

Performance study of IC Engines

Engine parameter measurements

Practises on Metrological equipments

Training on precision equipment

Manufacturing Engineering lab

Hands-on training at CAD workstations

CAM based workstations for simulations

Practices in CNC machines

Hydraulic components training

Automation using Pnuematics