Overview

The department was established in the year 2010 with an intake of 60 and increasing to 120 in 2013. Mechanical Engineering is a fast growing discipline in tune with the demands in the areas of Infrastructure and Manufacturing. The department has well equipped laboratories as per university norms with an emphasis on practical approach and skills. The department has well qualified and dedicated faculty.Of the many engineering disciplines, Mechanical Engineering is the broadest, encompassing a wide variety of engineering fields and many specialties. Although it is commonly assumed that Mechanical Engineers are Automotive Engineers and Manufacturing Engineers in fact, Mechanical Engineers are employed in an enormous range of technical areas including: acoustics, air-conditioning, automatic controls, engineering design, computer-aided design, energy management, fluid dynamics, tribology, robotics, biomechanics, and turbo machinery, Nanotechnology etc.

Mechanical Engineering is a challenging, rewarding, and highly respected profession. The goal of the Mechanical Engineering department is to prepare students for entry into the Mechanical Engineering profession, and is designed to meet a carefully planned set of educational objectives. We strive to prepare our students for good employability in the area of Mechanical Engineering. Technical Association 'MACHINE' is established with its main objective to explore new areas of Research and latest technologies in industry. To fulfil this objective a series of technical workshops, seminars, technical fests and guest lectures are being conducted every year. The students are encouraged to present papers and participate in various technical events at national level.

Vision And Mission

Vision

The Mechanical Engineering Department strives to be recognized globally for outstanding education and research leading to well-qualified engineers, who are innovative, entrepreneurial and successful in solving problems of society.

Mission

DM1Imparting quality education to students to enhance their skills and make them globally competitive.
DM2Prepare its graduates to pursue life-long learning, serve the profession and meet intellectual, ethical and career challenges.
DM3To train students to take up projects in core and inter-disciplinary areas in tune.

Dept., Academic Calender

PEO`s, PO`s and PSO's

 

Program Educational Objectives
PEO1:

Domain Knowledge: Mechanical Engineering Graduates of SPEC would have sound grip over fundamentals of Mathematics and Physical Sciences. They would be able to analyze and synthesize any mechanical Engineering oriented problem. It includes various specializations like Thermal, Design &Production

PEO2:

Professional Employment: Mechanical Engineering Graduates of SPEC will be able to get into any core industry (Automobile & Manufacturing) and contribute towards the growth of the industry. They also will have potential to shine in Government Organizations and R&D establishments. They can also get into Aerospace based industries.

PEO3:

Higher Degrees: Mechanical Engineering Graduates of SPEC will succeed in the pursuit of advanced degrees in the field of Mechanical Engineering and management studies and area of Mechanical Engineering applications like CAD/CAM/CAE.

PEO4:

Engineering Citizenship: Graduates of MECH-SPEC will be prepared to communicate and work effectively on team-based engineering projects and will practice the ethics of their Profession consistent with a sense of social responsibility.

PEO5:

Lifelong Learning: Graduates of MECH-SPEC will recognize the importance of, and have the skills for, continued independent learning to become experts in their chosen fields and to broaden their professional knowledge.

Program Outcomes
  1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. 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.
  4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
  11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes(PSOs):

PSO1:To produce engineering professional capable of synthesizing and analyzing mechanical systems including allied engineering streams.

PSO2: An ability to adopt and integrate current technologies in the design and manufacturing domain to enhance efficiency.

Courses

I B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Mathematics-I

Question Bank

Engineering Physics Lab

Mathematics-II

Question Bank

Computer Programming in C Lab

Engineering Physics

Question Bank

 

Computer Programming in C

Question Bank

 

Engineering Mechanics 

Question Bank

 

Engineering Graphics

Question Bank

 

 

I B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Applied Physics

Question Bank

Engineering Chemistry Lab

Engineering Chemistry

Question Bank

English Language Communication Skills Lab

Mathematics-III

Question Bank

Engineering Workshop

Professional Communication in English

Question Bank

 

Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Question Bank

 

 

II B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Environmental Studies

Question Bank

Electrical and Electronics Engineering lab

Probability and Statistics

Question Bank

Metallurgy & Mechanics of Solids Lab

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Question Bank

 

Mechanics of Solids

Question Bank

 

Thermodynamics

Question Bank

 

Metallurgy and Materials Science

Question Bank

 

 

II B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Production Technology

Question Bank

Production Technology Lab

Kinematics of Machinery

Question Bank

Mechanics of Fluids & Hydraulic Machines Lab

Thermal Engineering -I

Question Bank

 

Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines

Question Bank

 

Machine Drawing

Question Bank

 

Mathematics –II

Question Bank

 

 

III B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis

Question Bank

Machine Tools & Metrology Lab                    

Engineering Metrology

Question Bank

Thermal Engineering Lab

Dynamics of Machinery

Question Bank

 

Machine Tools

Question Bank

 

Design of Machine Members – I

Question Bank

 

Thermal Engineering -II

Question Bank

 

 

III B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Automobile Engineering

Question Bank

 

Heat Transfer Lab

Finite Element Methods

Question Bank

Advanced Communication Skills Lab

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

Question Bank

 

Design of Machine Members – II

Question Bank

 

Heat Transfer

Question Bank

 

Open Elective

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Question Bank

 

 

IV B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Operations Research

Question Bank

Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Lab

Power Plant Engineering                          

Question Bank

Production Drawing Practice and Instrumentation Lab

CAD/CAM       

Question Bank                                              

 

Instrumentation and Control Systems

Question Bank

 

Elective - I

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Question Bank

 


Elective - II

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Question Bank

 

 

IV B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Production Planning and Control

Question Bank

Industry Oriented Mini Project          

Elective - III

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Question Bank

Seminar

Elective-IV

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Question Bank

Project Work

 

Comprehensive Viva

 

Electives

Open Elective     

Disaster Management
Intellectual Property Rights    
Human Values and Professional Ethics

Elective - I

Robotics
Mechanical Vibrations
Mechatronics
Mechanics of Composite Materials
Industrial Management

Elective - II     

Unconventional Machining Process
CNC Technology
Automation Manufacturing        
Design for Manufacturing
Nanotechnology

Elective - III

Artificial Neural Networks
Total Quality Management
Maintenance and Safety Engineering
Plant Layout Material Handling

Elective - IV

Renewable Energy Sources
Jet Propulsion & Rocket Engineering
Computational and Fluid Dynamics
Gas Dynamics

 

Faculty Details

S.No

Name

Designation

Qualification

Specialization

1

Ch.Mallikarjun

Head of the Department 

PHD

 

2

Dr. K.Ashok Reddy

Professor

PHD

Mechanical Engineering

3

Dr.A.G.Ganesh Kumar

Professor

PHD

Mechanical Engineering

4

Mr.Nagendra Akula

Associate Professor

M.Tech

Mechanical Engineering

5

Ms.B.Saritha

Associate Professor

M.Tech

Machine Design

6

Mr.Md. Azeem

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

CAD/CAM

7

Mr.Kranthi Kumar

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Machine Design

8

Mr.M.Vinod Kumar Reddy

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

MECHATRONICS

9

Mr.Joshi Anil Kumar

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

MECHATRONICS

10

Ms.R.Venkata Subbalakshmi

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

CAD/CAM

11

Ms.G.Uday Sree

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

CAD/CAM

12

Mr.G.Ragavendra Reddy

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Thermal Engineering

13

Mr.Divakara Murthy

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

CAD/CAM

14

Mr.Madhu Sirikonda

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Thermal Engineering

15

Ms.Y.Pragathi

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

CAD/CAM

16

Mr.B.C.Raghu Kumar Reddy

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Machine Design

17

Ms.P.Lavanya

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Machine Learning

18

Mr.S.Jabiulla

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Mechanical Engineering

19

Mr.Yasu Rathnam Maddu

Assistant Professor

M.Tech

Machine Design

20

Dr Thirugnanasambantham

Professor

PHD

Mechanical Engineering

21

Mr.Shaik Hussain Basha

Assistant Professor

   

22

Ms.D.Sravani

Assistant Professor

   

23

Mr.Sai Baba A.H.

Assistant Professor

   

24

Mr.Shaik Saidulu

Assistant Professor

   

25

Mr.P.Devaraj

Assistant Professor

   

Academic Excellence

H.T.No

Name

  Academic Year

  Percentage

10BK1A0534

   Thota Kalyani

     2010-2014

    80.69%

11BK1A0523

   Justin Rajan

     2011-2015

    76.88%

12BK1A0523

   Aashish

     2012-2016

    80.57%

 

Mechanical LABS

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABS FOR REGULATION –  R16

II – I SEMESTER LABS NAMES

SL.NO

COURSE CODE

LAB NAME

1

ME306ES

Fuels and Lubricants Lab

2

ME307ES

Mechanics of Solids Lab

3

ME308ES

Metallurgy and Material Science Lab

4

*MC300HS

Gender Sensitization Lab

 

II – II SEMESTER LABS NAMES

SL.NO

COURSE CODE

LAB NAME

1

ME406ES

Kinematics and Dynamics Lab

2

ME407ES

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Lab

3

ME408ES

Manufacturing Process Lab

 

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LABS FOR REGULATION – R13 & R15

II – I SEMESTER LABS NAMES

SL.NO

COURSE CODE

LAB NAME

1

A30281

Electrical And Electronics Engineering Lab

2

A30085

Metallurgy And Mechanics Of Solids Lab

 

II – II SEMESTER LABS NAMES

SL.NO

COURSE CODE

LAB NAME

1

A40382

Production Technology Lab

2

A40188

Fluid Mechanics And Hydraulic Machines Lab

 

III – I SEMESTER LABS NAMES

SL.NO

COURSE CODE

LAB NAME

1

A50384

Machine Tools & Metrology Lab

2

A50383

Thermal Engineering Lab

 

III – II SEMESTER LABS NAMES

SL.NO

COURSE CODE

LAB NAME

1

A60387

Heat Transfer Lab

2

A60086

Advanced Communication Skills Lab

 

IV –I SEMESTER LABS NAMES

SL.NO

COURSE CODE

LAB NAME

1

A70390

Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Lab

2

A70391

Production Drawing Practice And Instrumentation Lab

Syllabus

Projects

St.PETER'S ENGINEERING COLLEGE
DEPARTMENT OF MECHINACAL ENGINEERING
IV - YEAR  PROJECTS LIST
SL NO ROLL NO NAME OF THE STUDENT  BATCH NO PROJECT TITLE GUIDE NAME
1 14BK1A0301 B ASHWANTH KUMAR 1 FABRICATION OF RACE CAR BODY PANEL BY USING E GLASS CHOPPED STANDARD FABRIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL  K PRAVEEN KUMAR
2 14BK1A0306 B.ADITYA VARMA 1
3 14BK1A0312 ANAND KUMAR 1
4 14BK1A0310 SAI SUHAS 1
5 14BK1A0326 SAI VITTAL 2 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF OPTIMIZATION OF SUSPENSION SYSTEM  K DIVAKAR
6 14BK1A0304 B HARI SHANKAR 2
7 15BK5A0302 D RAMA KRISHNA 2
8 14BK1A0344 SALAM AHMED 2
9 14BK1A0303 Y VIJAY KUMAR 3 DESIGN ANALYSIS OF BRAKING SYSTEM A NAGENDRA
10 14BK1A0313 ENOCH JOEL 3
11 14BK1A0347 S MAHESH 3
12 14BK1A0325 K LAKSHMI KANTH 3
13 14BK1A0332 MANOJ SHARMA 4 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF CHASSIS,IMPACT ATTENTATOR FOR HYBRID CAR J PRADEEP KUMAR
14 14BK1A0333 M ABHILASH KUMAR 4
15 14BK1A0339 P AJAY KUMAR 4
16 14BK1A0338 P VAMSHI KRISHNA 4
17 14BK1A0327 Y DAVI RUFUS 5 DESIGN AND DESIGN SIMULATION OF MANUAL RACK AND PINION STEERING SYSTEM G RAGAVEENDRA
18 14BK1A0341 RAJU GUPTHA 5
19 14BK1A0352 VISHAL JADAV 5
20 14BK1A0344 SAHIL JADAV 6 POWER TRANSMISSION FOR HYBRID VEHICAL CAR M VINOD KUMAR
21 14BK1A0346 SATWENDAR SINGH 6
22 14BK1A0350 VAMSI KRISHNA 6
23 14BK1A0352 W JAI KRISHNA 6
24 14BK1A0302 B SANTHOSH REDDY 7 EXPERIMENTAL PERFOMANCE CHARACTERSTICS OF IC ENGINE USED KARANJA AS A ALTERNATIVE FUEL A NAGENDRA
25 14BK1A0309 CH MAHESH 7
26 14BK1A0315 G SAI MANOJ 7
27 13BK1A0350 T KOMAL 7
28 14BK1A0330 M SATHWIK 8 CONVERSION OF EXHAUST GASES FROM A TWO WHEELED AUTOMOBILE INTO ELECTRICITY  J ANIL KUMAR
29 14BK1A0331 SRIKANTH  8
30 15BK5A0303 P HAREESH 8
31 14BK1A0349 T NARESH 9 FABRICATION OF PEDALING MECHANISM PUMP FOR WATER PURIFICATION PROCESS S.MADHU
32 14BK1A0345 S NIKHIL 9
33 14BK1A0340 RAHUL SAHANI 9
34 14BK1A0323 K SHASHIKATH REDDY 10 PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION ANALYSIS OF DESIL ENGINE USING PONGAMIA OIL SAIDHULU
35 14BK1A0324 SAI NAGA SRI CHARAN 10
36 14BK1A0329 PRAVEEN 10
37 15BK5A0307 V MITHIN KUMAR 11 FABRICATION OF FOURWAY HACKSAW MACHINE BY SCOTCH YOKE MECHANISM V.PRAGNYA
38 14BK1A0305 B VAMSHI KRISHNA 11
39 14BK1A0316 G SAI VARDHAN REDDY 11
40 14BK1A0342 R VAMSI KRISHNA 12 FABRICATION OF ECO FRIENDLY ROAD CLEANER Dr.GANESH KUMAR
41 14BK1A0351 SIVA SAIRAM 12
42 14BK1A0320 HASEEB ZIAUDDIN 12
43 14BK1A0318 TARUN KUMAR 13 EVALUATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF JUTE REINFORCEMENT POLYMER COMPOSITE J.JOHN VINEETHKAR
44 15BK5A0307 Y ARUN KUMAR 13
45 14BK1A0308 ROHITH REDDY 13
46 14BK1A0307 CHAITANYA 14 PERFROMANCE OF AlCrN BASED PVD COATED CUTTING TOOL IN DRY MACHINING Y RANTAM
47 14BK1A0336 RAJA SHEKAR REDDY 14
48 14BK1A0337 SANDESH RAJ 14
49 14BK1A0328 L VASUNATH 15 DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF WATER PUMPING USING WINDMILL Dr.K.RAVEENDRAN
50 14BK1A0322 JASH DHOLAKIA 15
51 15BK5A0306 P OM SAI KUMAR 15
52 15BK5A0304 K ANIL KUMAR 16 POWER GENERATION BY KNEE MOVEMENT R.V.S LAKSHMI
53 14BK1A0335 IFTAKARUDDIN MD 16
54 14BK1A0311 NARSHINGH 16
55 14BK1A0314 E PRABHAKAR 17 ANTI THEFT FUEL SYSTEM Dr.K.ASHOK REDDY
56 14BK1A0319 BHARATH G 17
57 15BK5A0301 CH ANANDA SAGAR 17
58 14BK1A0317 GOPALA KRISHNA 18 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF LEAF SPRING WITH S2 GLASS & ARAMID FIBER REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS Y PRAGATHI
59 14BK1A0321 J SANDEEP 18
60 15BK5A0305 L SRINIVAS NAIK 18

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