Department Of Mechanical Engineering

Prof. B. SreeKanth

B.Tech (MEC), M.Tech (MEC)

Head of the Department
Mallareddy Engineering College and Management Sciences
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty Registration ID : 2551-190127-140759
AICTE Faculty ID : 1-4873886514

To nurture the students towards basics of engineering fundamentals and attaining quality education in recent technological advancements

To groom industry ready mechanical engineers through value added industrial programs and research activities for lifelong learning

To inspire students to become successful entrepreneurs and teach them professional ethics and human values for a better society

To transform students into skilled mechanical engineers to meet the industrial demands and changing needs of the society through innovation and value based education.

Have a successful career in mechanical engineering and allied industries

Have expertise in the areas of design, thermal, materials and manufacturing

Contribute towards technological development through academic research and industrial practices

Practice their profession with good communication, leadership, ethics and social responsibility

Graduates will adapt to evolving technologies through lifelong learning

Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

About the Department

The Mechanical Department at MREM offers great programs in all areas of Mechanical Engineering.

Our bachelor degree program expose you to an interdisciplinary context, which is ideal for industrial production and research enterprises.

Our students often choose to deepen their interests in engineering through robotics, fluid dynamics, design, materials science, green energy, transportation, biomechanics, and space systems. We continually update and improve our curriculum to provide an even better education for our students.

The Mechanical Department is very active in research. We value collaborations with industry and encourage industry professionals to take advantage of our faculty expertise and research facilities.

The department is established in the year 2008 with an annual intake of 120 students . The department has well equipped laboratories as per university norms with an emphasis on practical approach and skills for an outcome based learning.

The department has well qualified, knowledgeable and dedicated faculty. The Mechanical Department is associated with student chapter of IEI , and ASME which is useful for the students in technical aspects to fulfill the series of objectives like technical workshops, seminars, technical fests and guest lectures which are being conducted every year.

The students are encouraged to present papers and participate in various technical events at national level..

Course Type : B.Tech
Duration : 4 year for Direct Entry / 3 Years for Lateral Entry
Intake : 60
Branch : Mechanical Engineering

Courses Offered

Graduate Courses( B.Tech )

BRANCH INTAKE
Computer Science & Enginering 60
Electrical & Electronics Engineering 60
Information Technology 60
Electronics & Communication Engineering 120
Mechanical Engineering 120
Civil Engineering 120

Post-Graduate Courses( M.Tech )

BRANCH INTAKE
Computer Science & Enginering 48
Embedded Systems 48
Structural Engineering 24
Themal Engineering 24

Post-Graduate Courses( MBA )

BRANCH INTAKE
MBA 180

New Courses For 2020-21

S.No Program / Course Present Approved Intake Proposed Change In Intake
1 B.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering
(Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning)
60 120
2 B.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering
(Data Science)
60 120
3 B.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering
(Cyber Security)
60 0
4 B.Tech - Computer Science and Information Technology 60 0

Faculty Details

Dr C NAGA VENKATA SRIDHAR

Designation: Principal
Qualification: B.Tech., M.Tech( IIT Kgp)., Ph.D., MIE., MISTE.
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No:
Email-id: sridharcnv@yahoo.co.in
Date Of Joining:
AICTE Faculty ID:

Prof B. SREEKANTH

Designation: Head of the Department
Qualification: B.Tech (MEC), M.Tech (MEC)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 2551-190127-140759
Email-id: hodmemrem@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 25-01-2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4873886514

BHUSHANA RAO REPUDI

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 3810-150409-165441
Email-id: bhushan.guru2014@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 04/09/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-8092793771

KAIRAMKONDA AMAR

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 3810-150409-165441
Email-id: amikai1991@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 29/01/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4905355383

CHANDRA SEKHAR KATTA

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 2321-150409-141223
Email-id: chandu273@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 03/11/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-8084826115

BAIRAPAKA RAVI

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 0608-160222-121458
Email-id: ravi.bairapaka@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 31/08/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-8092793777

CH SRINIVAS RAO

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH(Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 6359-190125-164101
Email-id: csrinu69@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 29/01/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4874087742

CHOUHAN BALAJI

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 3617-151230-133128
Email-id: engr.chauhan@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 17/02/2020
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-8084826108

Y VASUDHAR

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 0458-180129-130056
Email-id: vasudhar.mudiraj@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 28/12/2017
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-3638574173

K SIRISHA

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 1284-180201-122009
Email-id: siri.sirisha352@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 29/01/2018
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-3761142014

YARABATI RENUKA

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 1-8089347997
Email-id: renuteju.naidu@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 05/09/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-8089347997

R. UMA RANI

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 0995-190202-124401
Email-id: raniuma210@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 29/01/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4905159856

KOLUSU NAGENDRAKUMAR

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 8880-150409-112954
Email-id: knagendra.kumar@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 29/01/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4875094616

MIDIDODDI JYOTHI

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 2418-180129-153115
Email-id: jyothimrd.mech@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 29/12/2017
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-3638698633

ISKALA MURALIKRISHNA

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 9931-171216-131941
Email-id: muralikrishna.iskala7@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 28/12/2017
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-3626618874

MD. SAMEER

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH (Mech)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 9803-190131-144536
Email-id: mohammadsameer1992@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 29/01/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4875304793

PEO'S,PO'S & PSO'S

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The students will exhibit strong knowledge in mathematics, sciences and engineering for successful employment or higher education in mechanical engineering.

The students will design and implement complex modeling systems, conduct research and work with multi disciplinary teams.

The students will be capable of communicating effectively with lifelong learning attitude and function as responsible member of global society.

Program Outcomes (POs)

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, manufacturability, and sustainability.

An ability to function as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary teams.

An ability to identify, formulates, and solve engineering problems.

An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering and computer aided design tools necessary for engineering practice.

Practice professional and ethical responsibilities, including the societal impact of engineering solutions.

The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.

An ability to communicate effectively.

Demonstrate knowledge & understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply to one’s own work, as a member & leader in a team, to manage projects.

A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

Syllabus

Achivements

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Laboratories

The laboratories / workshops are fully equipped with complete set of latest equipment’s and tools, in different areas of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The various labs and workshops encompass the vital aspects of Computational Mathematics, Computer Programming, Data Structures, Basic Engineering Workshop, Electrical and Electronics Circuits and Engineering Drawing etc.

Detail of various laboratories and their facilities are as follow:

  • Engineering Workshop
  • Metallurgy and Material Science Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Machines Lab
  • Production Technology Lab
  • Thermal Engineering Lab
  • Machine Tools Lab
  • Engineering Metrology Lab
  • Heat Transfer Lab
  • CAD and MAT LAB
  • Instrumentation and Control System Lab

Course Objectives

To Study of different hand operated power tools, uses and their demonstration.

  1. To gain a good basic working knowledge required for the production of various engineering products.
  2. To provide hands on experience about use of different engineering materials, tools, equipment and processes those are common in the engineering field.
  3. To develop a right attitude, team working, precision and safety at work place.
  4. It explains the construction, function, use and application of different working tools, equipment and machines.
  5. To study commonly used carpentry joints.
  6. To have practical exposure to various welding and joining processes.
  7. Identify and use marking out tools, hand tools, measuring equipment and to work to prescribed tolerances.

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this laboratory course, students will be able to …

  1. Study and practice on machine tools and their operations
  2. Practice on manufacturing of components using workshop trades including pluming, fitting, carpentry, and foundry, house wiring and welding.
  3. Identify and apply suitable tools for different trades of Engineering processes including drilling, material removing, measuring, chiseling.
  4. Apply basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice.

List of Equipment

S No Trade Name Tools/Equipments
1 Carpentry Chisels,Jack plane,Wooden mallet, Try Square, Wood turning Lathe Machine, Carpentry Wise
2 Tin Smithy Steel Rule,Snips,Nose pliar, Scriber
3 House Wiring Holders, Testers, Wires
4 Fitting Bench vice, Files, Punches, Hammers, Hacksaw
5 Welding Electrode, Electrode holder, Safety Equipment, DC Machine
6 Black Smithy Furnace, Tongs, Anvil, Sledge Hammer

Course Objectives

The purpose of this course is to make the students learn the concepts of Metallurgy and Material Science role in all manufacturing processes which convert raw materials into useful products adapted to human needs.

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this laboratory course, students will be able to …

  1. To provide undergraduates with a fundamental knowledge based associated materials properties, and their selection and application.
  2. Upon graduation, students would have acquired and developed the necessary background and skills for successful careers in the materials-related industries.

List of Equipment

  1. Binocular metallurgical microscope
  2. Electrical muffle furnace with digital indicator
  3. Belt polishing machine
  4. Lynx Monocular metallurgical microscope
  5. Rockwell hardness tester
  6. Single disk polishing machine
  7. Specimen hot drier
  8. Specimen levier
  9. Wet and dry polisher
  10. Jomney and quench apparatus

Course Objectives

This laboratory course is intended to make the students experiment on utility systems and components used in industrial and domestic applications. Students will learn following objectives.

  1. To understand the basic principles of fluid mechanics.
  2. To identify various types of flows.
  3. To understand boundary layer concepts and flow through pipes.
  4. To evaluate the performance of hydraulic turbines.
  5. To understand the functioning and characteristic curves of pumps.

Course Outcomes

  1. Understand the effect of fluid properties on a flow system.
  2. Understand type of fluid flow patterns and describe continuity equation.
  3. Analyze variety of practical fluid flow and measuring devices and utilize fluid mechanics principles in design.
  4. Analyze an appropriate turbine with reference to given situation in power plants.
  5. Estimate performance parameters of a given Centrifugal and Reciprocating pump.
  6. Demonstrate boundary layer concepts

List of Equipment

  1. Impact of jets on Vanes Test Rig
  2. Pelton Wheel Test Rig
  3. Francis Turbine Test Rig
  4. Kaplan Turbine Test Rig
  5. Single Stage Centrifugal Pump Test Rig
  6. Multi Stage Centrifugal Pump Test Rig
  7. Reciprocating Pump Test Rig
  8. Venturimeter & Orifice meter Test Rig
  9. Determination of friction factor for a given pipe line (Major losses)
  10. Flow through pipes to study minor losses
  11. Bernoulli’s Theorems Apparatus

Course Objectives

  1. Know about the basic Physical, Chemical Properties of materials
  2. Explain why some material(s) are better to be used in a product for given design requirements
  3. Learn the basic operation of various manufacturing processes
  4. Learn how various products are made using traditional, non-traditional, or Electronic, manufacturing processes.
  5. Design simple process plans for parts and products.
  6. Understand how process conditions are set for optimization of production
  7. Learn how CNC machines work
  8. Write and execute CNC machining programs to cut parts on a milling machine
  9. Measure a given manufactured part to evaluate its size, tolerances and surface finish
  10. Design and fabricate a simple product

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this laboratory course, students will be able to

  1. Understand the properties of molding sands and pattern making.
  2. Fabricate joints using gas welding and arc welding. Evaluate the quality of welded joints.
  3. Basic idea of press working tools and performs molding studies on plastics.

List of Equipment

  1. Arc welding
  2. Foundry Tools
  3. Tig welding
  4. Wood turning lathe
  5. Fly press
  6. Injection molding
  7. Blow molding
  8. Plasma welding
  9. Casting
  10. Hydraulic press
  11. Sand permeability
  12. Sand rammer
  13. Sand strength machine
  14. Spot welding
  15. Induction Furnace

Course Objectives

  1. To understand the working principles of IC Engines, Compressors
  2. To learn the testing methods used to measure the performance parameters of an engine

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this laboratory course, students will be able to

  1. Conduct constant and variable speed tests on IC engines and predict their performance
  2. Compare the performance parameters of conventional and computer aided CI engines
  3. Dis-assemble and assemble a 4-stroke and 2-stroke engine.

List of Equipment

  1. Diesel Engine Cut Section Model
  2. Petrol Engine Cut Section Model
  3. Diesel Engine Test Rig(Slow Speed)
  4. Diesel Engine Test Rig(High Speed)
  5. 2-Stroke Single Cylinder Petrol Engine Test Rig With Mechanical Loading – Air Cooled
  6. 4-Stroke 4 Cylinder Petrol Engine Test Rig – Morse Test
  7. Diesel Engine Assembly
  8. Petrol Engine With All Parts
  9. Variable Compression Ratio Petrol Engine Test Rig
  10. Air Compressor Test Rig
  11. Petrol Engine Test Rig With Electrical Loading
  12. Boiler Models

Course Objectives

To Study of different hand operated power tools, uses and their demonstration.

  1. To import practical exposure to the Machine tools
  2. To conduct experiments and understand the working of the same.

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this laboratory course, students will be able to

  1. Acquire skills on welding metal plates using arc and gas welding equipment
  2. Perform various machining operations like turning, thread cutting, slotting and keyways

List of Equipment

  1. Lathe machines
  2. Drilling machine
  3. Milling machine
  4. Shaper
  5. Planing machine
  6. Slotting machine
  7. Cylindrical grinder
  8. Surface grinder
  9. Variable Compression Ratio Petrol Engine Test Rig

Course Objectives

  1. To import practical exposure to the metrology equipment
  2. To conduct experiments and understand the working of the same.

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this laboratory course, students will be able to

  1. Explain working principles and use of instruments
  2. Adopt the appropriate instrument/gauge for the measurement of a given dimension
  3. Measure the given parameter/dimension with precision and skill

List of Equipment

  1. Gear tooth vernier
  2. Vernier calipers (manual and digital types)
  3. Vernier depth gauge
  4. Vernier height gauge
  5. Micrometer screw gauge
  6. Tool maker’s microscope
  7. Bevel protractor
  8. Sine bar
  9. Screw thread micrometer
  10. Set of slip gauges
  11. precision bench center
  12. Dial indicator
  13. Plain plug gauge
  14. Bore gauge
  15. Precision spirit level
  16. Optical flat
  17. Granite surface plate
  18. Taper plug gauge
  19. Adjustable snap gauge
  20. Angle plate
  21. Gear tooth vernier

Course Objectives

To enable the student to apply conduction, convection and radiation heat transfer concepts to practical applications.

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this laboratory course, students will be able to

  1. Perform steady state conduction experiments to estimate thermal conductivity of different materials
  2. Perform transient heat conduction experiment
  3. Estimate heat transfer coefficients in forced convection, free convection, condensation and correlate with theoretical values
  4. Obtain variation of temperature along the length of the pin fin under forced and free convection
  5. Perform radiation experiments: Determine surface emissivity of a test plate and Stefan- Boltzmann’s constant and compare with theoretical value

List of Equipment

  1. COMPOSITE WALL APPARATUS
  2. LAGGED PIPE APPARATUS
  3. CONCENTRIC SPHERE APPARATUS
  4. METAL ROD FOR THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
  5. PIN-FIN APPARATUS
  6. TRANSIENT HEAT CONDUCTION APPARATUS
  7. FORCED CONVECTION APPARATUS
  8. NATURAL CONVECTION APPARATUS
  9. PARALLEL & COUNTER FLOW HEAT EXCHANGER
  10. EMISSIVITY APPARATUS
  11. STEFAN BOLTZMAN’S APPARATUS
  12. CRITICAL HEAT FLUX APPARATUS
  13. HEAT PIPE DEMONSTRATOR APPARATUS
  14. FILM AND DROP WISE CONDENSATION APPARATUS

Course Objectives

  1. To acquaint the student with some of the terminology in this very new field and relate it to the basic engineering process of design,
  2. To provide an introduction to the basic analytical fundamentals that is used to create and manipulate geometric models in a computer program,
  3. To introduce the student to full-scale CAD software systems designed for geometricmodelling of engineering components and systems (attention will be directed at both drafting and full 3-D modeling systems),
  4. To provide experience in using the CAD tools to develop a simple project of reasonable complexity, and
  5. To provide a brief survey of methods for integrating these tools into a comprehensive design system that incorporates advanced database management concepts.

Course Outcomes

  1. Students should be able to apply computer methods for solving a wide range of engineering problems.
  2. Students should be able to use computer engineering software to solve and present problem solutions in a technical format.
  3. Students should be able to utilize computer skills to enhance learning and performance in other engineering and science courses.
  4. And finally, students should be able to demonstrate professionalism in interactions with Colleagues, faculty, and staff.

List of Equipment

  1. AUTOCAD
  2. Pro-e
  3. Ansys
  4. Mat Lab

Course Objectives

  1. The Present course concentrates on developing basic understanding about various instruments that are involved in measuring.
  2. This course enables the student to understand the working of various measuring instruments.
  3. The course focuses on all principles, working, advantages, disadvantages and applications of various measuring instruments.
  4. In this course; students also will gain a broad understanding of the control systems.
  5. Student can learn in detail about how to measure displacement, temperature, pressure, level, flow, acceleration, vibration, strain, humidity, force, torque and power and their appropriate application.
  6. A general understanding of measuring characteristics is also included in the beginning of this course.
  7. An understanding of the control systems, servomechanisms is also be given to the students at the end of this course.

Course Outcomes

Upon the completion of Production Drawing Practice and Instrumentation practical course, the student will be able to..

  1. Draw the conventional representation of different materials used in engineering practice like wood, glass, metal etc., and the limits and tolerances.
  2. Understand and indication of form and position tolerances on drawings, types of run out, total run out and their indication.
  3. Improve visualization ability of surface roughness and its indications with respect to the material surface.
  4. Apply the drawing techniques to draw various part drawings and assembly, indicate tolerances, roughness etc.
  5. Understand the basic principles and performance characteristics of measurement.
  6. Apply the working principles and identify the measurement for displacement.
  7. Understand the temperature and importance of maintaining in various applications.
  8. Visualize the areas affected with pressure in equipment and calibrate the pressure measuring devices.
  9. Comprehend the level of liquid in any container and the various applications of measurement of flow.
  10. Evaluate the measurement of speed in engineering applications and importance of speed measurement in instrumentation.

List of Equipment

  1. CAPACITIVE PICKUP MODULE
  2. FLOW MEASUREMENT MODULE
  3. LVDT
  4. PRESSURE MEASUREMENT MODULE
  5. SPEED MEASUREMENT MODULE
  6. THERMOCOUPLE TEMPERATURE MODULE
  7. STRAIN GUAGE FOIR TYPE RESISTANCE 10V DC
  8. RTD (PF-100) ELECTRIC WATER KETTLE WITH A SUPPLY OF 1000C
  9. VIBRATION GENERATOR 5N POWER AMPLIFIER\POTENTIOMETER
  10. ACCELEROMETER
  11. MC LEOD GUAUGE SETUP
  12. Measurement & control of temperature using SCADA System
  13. Measurement & control of Pressure using SCADA System
  14. Measurement & control of Flow using SCADA System
  15. Measurement & control of Level in tank using SCADA System
  16. Rotameter for Flow Measurement

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