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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Course Duration: 4 Years | Semesters: 8 |

The B.E. course in Mechanical Engineering is a 4-year professional undergraduate program that provides an intellectual foundation and understanding of the most fundamentals of all engineering disciplines, preparing the students to opt diversified careers in engineering, technology, management, and as entrepreneurs. The program caters mechanical engineering students to acquire core and multi-disciplinary skills.

The department is one of the basic engineering branches in the college equipped with state of art laboratory facilities apart from regular workshop, metrology, IC engine, material testing and hydraulics laboratories. The department is housed in separate premises named “Dr. Rajgopal Block”.

The Department has got an intake of 180 students from the academic year 2019-20, accredited with NAAC, NBA and certified by ISO-9001:2015.

S. No. Name of the Funding Agency Research Title /Topic Year of Grant Sanctioned Amount
1 AICTE, New Delhi MODROB- “Modernization of CNC Machine in CIM and Automation Laboratory 2019-2020 12.25 Lakhs
2 AICTE, New Delhi Faculty Development Program on “Research Methodology Concepts and its impact on Quality Research in Engineering Institutions” 2019-2020 7 Lakhs
3 VGST, GOK Research Project- “Studies on Magnetostrictive Actuator for Automotive Applications 2015-2016 20 Lakhs
4 KCTU, GOI Improvement of Industrial through put yield using Smart Factory Systems-Flexible Manufacturing Systems and Condition Monitoring 2014-2015 1.08 Crores

07-YADAVALLI-BASAVARAJ---MECH

Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj

Prof. & HOD

I am happy and proud to greet you through this message.

The department of Mechanical Engineering was established with the aim of providing quality of higher education preparing tomorrow's leaders in Mechanical Engineering and Management. In doing so, we emphasize excellence in teaching, learning, research and industry practice. We know that our graduates will help to build tomorrow’s India and the world. If you are thinking of becoming a leader and making the world a better place to live in, then you should consider becoming apart of Mechanical Engineering of BITM.

VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Vision:

To be a center of excellence that provides the best of teaching, learning, and research.


Mission:

  • To impart knowledge with strong theoretical and practical aspects.
  • To prepare effective and responsible graduates to meet the industry requirement.
  • To develop leadership qualities through team work and professional ethics.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PEO 1:  To make graduates self-sustained by exploring to engineering problems with innovative ideas to tackle real-time issues.
PEO 2:  To make graduates aware of the significance of competence in core engineering concepts to adopt good ethical and leadership qualities.

PEO 3:  To inculcate the graduates to pursue lifelong learning processes.

Programme outcomes (POs):

  • PO-1.Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO-2.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.
  • PO-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 public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO-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.
  • PO-5.Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO-6.The engineer and society: Apply to reason informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO-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.
  • PO-8.Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO-9. Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO-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, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO-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.
  • PO-12. Lifelong 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.

DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

LAB FACILITIES: Adequate and well equipped laboratories

Sl. No. Name of the Laboratory No. of students per setup Name of the Important Equipment
1 Workshop Practice 25 TIG, MIG &Spot-Welding Machine
2 Engineering Graphics 25 DELL 18.5" Monitor, INTEL Core i7, 8GB, HD 1TB
3 Computer Aided Machine Drawing 25 DELL 18.5" Monitor i5, 8GB, HD 500GB
4 Material Testing & Metallography Lab1& Lab2 25 Universal Testing Machine, Metallurgical Microscope
5 Foundry & Forging 25 Open Arc Furnace
6 Machine Shop 25 Lathe, Milling, Shaping & Drilling
7 Mechanical Measurements & Metrology 25 Tool Makers Microscope & Profile Projector
8 Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab1& Lab2 25 Pelton, Francis & Kaplan Turbines
9 Energy Conversion Lab1& Lab2 25 Multi cylinder Diesel Engine
10 Heat and Mass Transfer Lab1& Lab2 25 Air Conditioner and Refrigerator
11 Automation and Computer Integrated Manufacturing 25 Zenith 21" Monitor, Intel, I5 Processor, 400GB RAM
12 Computer Aided Modelling and Analysis DELL LED Monitor 18.5", Intel I5 Processor; 8GB RAM
13 Design Lab1& Lab2 25 Journal Bearing

 

Additional facilities created for improving the quality of learning experience in laboratories.

Advanced laboratory facility is setup as additional facility to facilitate the student & faculty into research projects, consultancy and to gain practical knowledge bridging the gap between industry and institute.
The following are the facility available in the department.

  1. Flexible Manufacturing System Setup
  2. Condition Monitoring
  3. UTM Facility
  4. NX11 Software
  5. Ansys16
  6. MAT LAB facility
  7. CNC Vertical Drill TAP
  8. Design based experiments in each laboratory were prepared to extend the practical knowledge in the relevant subject (topics covering beyond the syllabus).

 

Sl.No. Facility Details Reasons for Creating Facility Utilization Areas in which the students are expected to have enhanced learning
1 Advanced Flexible Manufacturing Systems Laboratory CNC Milling Machine & CNC Vertical Drill Tap Advanced Practical Knowledge in Manufacturing - NC Programming and Consultancy 100% Manufacturing Engineering
CNC Lathe
6 Axis Robotic Arm
Automated Guided Vehicle
Automated Storage & Retrieval System
12 PC’s with Internet Facility
2 Condition Monitoring Setup Vibration Analysis in Rotating components in Horizontal, vertical & Axial Directions Vibration Analysis and Consultancy 100% Maintenance Engineering
3 Advanced modeling Lab NX11Design Module & CATIA V5 Knowledge of Design and Modeling 100% Design Engineering
4 Design and Analysis Lab Ansys16 Advanced Practical Knowledge in Design and Analysis 100% Design & Analysis
Academic year CAY 2021-22 CAYm1 2020-21 CAYm2 2019-20 CAYm3 (2018-19)  (2017-18)  (2016-17)
No. of publications 02 20 06 36 29 26

Consolidated List of Publications for the year 2021-22

SN Author/ Co-Author TITLE OF THE PAPER JOURNALS/CONFERENCES National / International
1 Dr Yadavalli Basavaraj, Dr. V. Venkata Ramana, Manjunatha aTH Experimental and Finite Element Analysis of Wear Rate of AL7075 reinforced with B4C Materials today: proceedings International Journal
2 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi Mayur D Pawar, Vibrational behaviour and mechanical properties of hybrid polymer matrix composites reinforced with natural fibres: A review Materials today: proceedings International Journal

 

Consolidated List of Publications for the year 2020-21

SN Author/ Co-Author TITLE OF THE PAPER JOURNALS/CONFERENCES Remarks
1 Dr Yadavalli Basavaraj FEA Of NX-11 unigraphics modeled connecting rod using different materials Materials today International Journal
2 Mr.Pavan kumar B.K Optimization of process parameter for turning machine using taguchi super ranking method: A case study in valve industry Materials today: proceedings International Journal
3 Mr.Manjunatha.T H Wear analysis of Al7075 alloyed with nano B4C: A taguchi approach Materials today: proceedings International Journal
4 Mr.Santosh Janamatti Investigation on mechanical and micro structural characteristics of Zn alloy MMC for bearing application Materials today: proceedings International Journal
5 Mr.Santosh Janamatti Microstructural And Mechanical Properties Of Zn85-15sn Alloy With Nano B4c Reinforced Composites Journal Of Critical Reviews International Journal
6 Dr.V.Venkata Ramana Mechanical characterization and wear behavior of aerospace alloy AA2124 and micro B4C reinforced metal composites Journal of Metals, Materials and Minerals International Journal
7 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Two FSP Synthesis Of Eight Link Gear Mechanism For Motion Generation With 9R-1G Joints International Journal of Engineering Applied Science and Technology (IJEAST) International Journal
8 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Kinematic Synthesis of In-Line Ten Link Gear Slider Mechanism of Variable Topology with 12R-1G-1P Joints International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) International Journal
9 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Study of Characteristic Behavior of Synthesized Variable Topology Mechanism using Linkage Software GIS SCIENCE JOURNAL International Journal
10 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Functional Aspects of Synthesized In-Line Ten Link Gear Slider Mechanism of Variable Topology using Linkage Software International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) International Journal
11 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Possible Configurations and Coupler Curves of Eight Link Gear Variable Topology Mechanism in Phase III Operating Condition International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) International Journal
12 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Alternative Approaches in Variable Topology as Applied to Degree(s) of Freedom and Modes of Operation in Mechanisms International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Management (IJAEM) International Journal
13 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Transmission Angles in Synthesized Eight Link Gear Mechanism of Variable Topology with Characteristic Output International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) International Journal
14 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Solid Edge 3D Model of Synthesized Eight Link Gear Variable Topology Mechanism International Journal of Computer Techniques (IJCT) International Journal
15 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Kinematic Synthesis of 3R-1P Geared Slider Crank Mechanism with Variable Topology Features for Motion Generation International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJSRSET) International Journal
16 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Solid Edge 3D Model of Synthesized In-Line Ten Link Gear Slider Variable Topology Mechanism International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) International Journal
17 Dr. U. M. Daivagna Solid Edge 3D Model of Synthesized Geared Slider Crank Mechanism with Variable Topology Features International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology (IJSRCSEIT) International Journal
TOTAL NUMBER OF PAPER IN 2020-21 TOTAL NUMBER OF CONEFRENCE IN 2020-21                 TOTAL
17 03 20

 

Consolidated List of Publications for the year 2019-20

SN Author/ Co-Author TITLE OF THE PAPER JOURNALS/CONFERENCES Remarks
1 Pavan Kumar BK Effect on Bearings in Rotating Components by Vibration Analysis: A Case Study in Steel Plant Springer; 0018-1560 International Journal
2 Maharaja Gouda Studies on Bottom ash strengthened LM13 composite Science Direct;1137-5019 International Journal
3 Dr.Ganesh B Two plane mass balancing of a rotor by using vibration response of the bearings International journal of mechanical and production engineering research and development 2249-6890 International Journal
4 Dr Yadavalli Basavaraj Quality improvement of capacitors through fishbone and pareto technique International journal of recent technology and engineering2277-3878 International Journal
5 Dr V Venkataraman Mechanical Behaviour of AA2124 with 12wt  % of  B4C particulates reinforced composites International Journal of innovative technology and exploring engineering 2278-3075 International Journal
6 Dr Yadavalli Basavaraj A Review of impletation of six sigma strategies in manufacturing industries and benefits derive High Technology letters, 1006-6748 International Journal

 

TOTAL NUMBER OF PAPERS IN 2019-20 TOTAL NUMBER OF CONEFRENCES IN 2019-20 TOTAL
06 00 06

 

Consolidated Details of Publications for the Academic Year 2014-15 to 2021-22

Publications for the past 08 years Total
Academic Year 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Scopus index

Journals

-- -- 04 05 08 06 06 02 31
DOI/ISSN 5 13 08 03 28 -- 11 - 68
CONFERENCES 21 06 05 03 -- -- 03 - 38
TOTAL 26 19 17 11 36 06 20 02 137

Consolidated Details of Publications for the Academic Year 2016-17 to 2021-22

Publications for  Last six year's Total
Academic Year 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19 2017-18 2016-17
Scopus index Journals 02 06 06 08 05 04 29
DOI/ISSN - 11 -- 28 03 08 50
CONFERENCES - 03 -- -- 03 05 11
TOTAL 02 20 06 36 11 17 92

 

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS AND ACHIVEMENTS

Academic Year 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15
Research Publication by Faculty in National & International Journal 11 -- 28 03 08 13 05
Papers Presented by Faculty in National & International Conferences in India 03 -- -- 03 04 06 21
Papers Presented by Faculty in Conferences Abroad -- -- -- -- 01 -- --
Publications Based on Scopus, Web of Science-h Index 02 06 06 08 05 04 -- --
Seminar/Conference Proceedings -- -- -- -- -- -- --
 
TOTAL
02 20 06 36 11 17 19 26
Academic Year 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19 2017-18 2016-17 Total
No of Publications 02 20 06 36 11 17 92

 

Total Number of Publications (Last 6 Years)
Scopus Index 31
DOI/ISSN 50
Conference 11
S.No Name of the Staff- Teaching Designation
1 Dr. YadavalliBasavaraj Professor & Principal
2 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi Professor & COE
3 Dr.V.Venkata Ramana Professor & Head
4 Dr.UM Daivagna Professor
5 Dr.B.Ganesh Asso. Professor
6 Dr. Raju Jadar Asso. Professor
7 Dr.T.LakshmiKumari Asso. Professor
8 Dr. H.M.Anil Kumar Asso. Professor
9 DrBanakar Nagaraj Asso. Professor
10 Mr.B.Jaya Prakash Asst. Professor
11 Mr.Vishnu Prasad Asst. Professor
12 Mr.V.Srinivasulu Asst. Professor
13 Mr.K.Raghavendra Asst. Professor
14 Mr. Manjunatha.T.H Asst. Professor
15 Mr. Pavan Kumar B.K Asst. Professor
16 Mr.ShivaramaKrishna.A Asst. Professor
17 Mr.Shekar.K Asst. Professor
18 Mr. Mohammed Fayaz Asst. Professor
19 Mr. MayurPawar Asst. Professor
20 Mr. Vijay Kumar.B.P Asst. Professor
21 Mr. Shiva Kumar. S.Y Asst. Professor
22 Mr. Manjunath.E Asst. Professor
23 Mr.SanthoshJanamatti Asst. Professor
24 Mr. Gavisiddappa.P Asst. Professor
25 Mr. Rajashekar.K Asst. Professor
26 Mr.Maharaja Goud Asst. Professor
27 Mr. RaghavendraKarnool Asst. Professor
28 Mr. Pavan B.S Asst. Professor
29 Mr. RaghavendraSetty Asst. Professor
30 Mr. A.Taranath Asst. Professor
31 Mr. KalyanBabu Asst. Professor
32 Mr. Venkatesh K.C Asst. Professor
33 Mr. IrayyaShikkerimath Asst. Professor

 

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s):

  1. PSO1: Ability to utilize their knowledge in Mechanical Engineering Sciences on an applied basis.
  2. PSO2: Ability to apply learned principles to the analysis, design, development and implementation to more advanced mechanical systems or processes.
S.No Name of the Staff – Non Teaching  
Designation
1 Mr. Madhusudhan Gouda Foreman
2 Mr. Vinod Kumar G Foreman
3 Mr. Mahesh K Instructor
4 Mr. Giri Prasad B Instructor
5 Mr. Sree Giri Instructor
6 Mr. Basavaraj Pattar Instructor
7 Mr. Bhavani Prasad T Instructor
8 Mr. Mallikarjuna K Instructor
9 Mr. Sridhar Mitte Instructor
10 Mr. Allam Pasha Instructor
11 Mr Krishna Reddy Instructor
12 Mr. Girish V Instructor
13 Anjinamma (Ramajinamma) Helper
14 Sadamma (Laxmamma) Helper
15 Varalaxmi Helper
16 Neelamma Helper
17 Shankaramma P Helper
18 Durgamma Helper
19 Gavigangamma K Helper
20 D Huligemma Helper
21 Ramulamma Helper
22 Anjinamma V Helper
23 Gouramma K Helper
24 Govindamma V Helper
25 Rajeshwari V M Helper
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The B.E. course in Mechanical Engineering is a 4-year professional undergraduate program that provides an intellectual foundation and understanding of the most fundamentals of all engineering disciplines, preparing the students to opt diversified careers in engineering, technology, management, and as entrepreneurs. The program caters mechanical engineering students to acquire core and multi-disciplinary skills.

The department is one of the basic engineering branches in the college equipped with state of art laboratory facilities apart from regular workshop, metrology, IC engine, material testing and hydraulics laboratories. The department is housed in separate premises named “Dr. Rajgopal Block”.

The Department has got an intake of 180 students from the academic year 2019-20, accredited with NAAC, NBA and certified by ISO-9001:2015.

S. No. Name of the Funding Agency Research Title /Topic Year of Grant Sanctioned Amount
1 AICTE, New Delhi MODROB- “Modernization of CNC Machine in CIM and Automation Laboratory 2019-2020 12.25 Lakhs
2 AICTE, New Delhi Faculty Development Program on “Research Methodology Concepts and its impact on Quality Research in Engineering Institutions” 2019-2020 7 Lakhs
3 VGST, GOK Research Project- “Studies on Magnetostrictive Actuator for Automotive Applications 2015-2016 20 Lakhs
4 KCTU, GOI Improvement of Industrial through put yield using Smart Factory Systems-Flexible Manufacturing Systems and Condition Monitoring 2014-2015 1.08 Crores

07-YADAVALLI-BASAVARAJ---MECH

Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj

Prof. & HOD

I am happy and proud to greet you through this message.

The department of Mechanical Engineering was established with the aim of providing quality of higher education preparing tomorrow's leaders in Mechanical Engineering and Management. In doing so, we emphasize excellence in teaching, learning, research and industry practice. We know that our graduates will help to build tomorrow’s India and the world. If you are thinking of becoming a leader and making the world a better place to live in, then you should consider becoming apart of Mechanical Engineering of BITM.

VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Vision:

To be a center of excellence that provides the best of teaching, learning, and research.


Mission:

  • To impart knowledge with strong theoretical and practical aspects.
  • To prepare effective and responsible graduates to meet the industry requirement.
  • To develop leadership qualities through team work and professional ethics.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PEO 1:  To make graduates self-sustained by exploring to engineering problems with innovative ideas to tackle real-time issues.
PEO 2:  To make graduates aware of the significance of competence in core engineering concepts to adopt good ethical and leadership qualities.

PEO 3:  To inculcate the graduates to pursue lifelong learning processes.

Programme outcomes (POs):

  • PO-1.Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO-2.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.
  • PO-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 public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO-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.
  • PO-5.Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO-6.The engineer and society: Apply to reason informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO-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.
  • PO-8.Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO-9. Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO-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, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO-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.
  • PO-12. Lifelong 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.

DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

LAB FACILITIES: Adequate and well equipped laboratories

S.NO Name of the Laboratory No. of students per setup Name of the Important Equipment
1 Workshop Practice 25 TIG, MIG &Spot-Welding Machine
2 Engineering Graphics 25 DELL 18.5" Monitor, INTEL Core i7, 8GB, HD 1TB
3 Computer Aided Machine Drawing 25 DELL 18.5" Monitor i5, 8GB, HD 500GB
4 Material Testing & Metallography Lab1& Lab2 25 Universal Testing Machine, Metallurgical Microscope
5 Foundry & Forging 25 Open Arc Furnace
6 Machine Shop 25 Lathe, Milling, Shaping & Drilling
7 Mechanical Measurements & Metrology 25 Tool Makers Microscope & Profile Projector
8 Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab1& Lab2 25 Pelton, Francis & Kaplan Turbines
9 Energy Conversion Lab1& Lab2 25 Multi cylinder Diesel Engine
10 Heat and Mass Transfer Lab1& Lab2 25 Air Conditioner and Refrigerator
11 Automation and Computer Integrated Manufacturing 25 Zenith 21" Monitor, Intel, I5 Processor, 400GB RAM
12 Computer Aided Modelling and Analysis DELL LED Monitor 18.5", Intel I5 Processor; 8GB RAM
13 Design Lab1& Lab2 25 Journal Bearing

 

Additional facilities created for improving the quality of learning experience in laboratories.

  •  Advanced laboratory facility is setup as additional facility to facilitate the student & faculty into research projects, consultancy and to gain practical knowledge bridging the gap between industry and institute.

The following are the facility available in the department.

  1. Flexible Manufacturing System Setup
  2. Condition Monitoring
  3. UTM Facility
  4. NX11 Software
  5. Ansys16
  6. MAT LAB facility
  • Design based experiments in each laboratory were prepared to extend the practical knowledge in the relevant subject (topics covering beyond the syllabus).
S.NO Facility Details Reasons for Creating Facility Utilization Areas in which the students are expected to have enhanced learning
1 Advanced Flexible Manufacturing Systems Laboratory CNC Milling Machine Advanced Practical Knowledge in Manufacturing - NC Programming and Consultancy 100% Manufacturing Engineering
CNC Lathe
6 Axis Robotic Arm
Automated Guided Vehicle
Automated Storage & Retrieval System
12 PC’s with Internet Facility
2 Condition Monitoring Setup Vibration Analysis in Rotating components in Horizontal, vertical & Axial Directions Vibration Analysis and Consultancy 100% Maintenance Engineering
3 Advanced modeling Lab

 

NX11Design Module Knowledge of Design and Modeling 100% Design Engineering
CATIA V5
4 Design and Analysis Lab Ansys16 Advanced Practical Knowledge in Design and Analysis 100% Design & Analysis
MAT Lab

 

Academic year CAYm1 (2018-19) CAYm2 (2017-18) CAYm3 (2016-17)
No. of publications 18 29 26

List of paper publications by faculties in CAYm1 (2018-19)

S.NO Name of The Teacher (S) Title of Paper Journal / Volume, Issue National or International Journal Remarks
1 Dr.Yadavalli Basavaraj. Defect reduction in a capacitor manufacturing process through six sigma concept: A case study Management Science Letters International
2 Dr. Umesh Daivagna  santosh V J,Suraj V Y Review on Non-Ferrous Materials for sliding contact bearing International Research Journal of Engineering & Technology International
3 Lakshmi Kumari Studies on Quality Practices in Small & Medium Scale Industries Using Statistical Tools International Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Technolgy. Volume 9, Issue 9, September 18 International
4 Dr.Raghavendra Joshi , Shiva Kumar S Y Design & Finite Element Optimization of Testing Fixture for Engine Brake System International Journal of Ignited Minds, Volume 05 Issue 12 Dec 18 International
5 Ganesh B Single Plane Mass Balancing of Generator Rotor Contemplating Vibration Amplitude Response International Journal of Innovative Research in Science Engineering & Technology, Volume 7 , Issue 8, August 18 International
6 Mr. Santosh Diwatar Fabrication & Prototyping of Portable Compost Machine International Research Journal of Engineering Technology International
7 Dr. Raju Jadar Design & Fabrication of a Remote-Controlled Hydraulic Jack International Research Journal of Engineering Technology International
8 Mrs. Lakshmi Kumari Study of Properties of Banana Fiber Re-in forced with Jute Fiber International Research Journal of Engineering Technology International
9 Mr.Pavan B S LPG Based Refrigeration System International Research Journal of Engineering Technology International
10 Mr.Vishnu Prasad Production of Biodiesel Using Mustard oil & it's Performance Evaluation in CI Engine International Research Journal of Engineering Technology International
11 Dr. Ravi V Studies on Al-7075 & Sic Metal Matrix Composites International Research Journal of Engineering Technology International
12 Dr. V V Ramana Fabrication of Kinematic Walker International Research Journal of Engineering Technology International
13 Dr. Shivaraj A M Finite Element Analysis on Stem Pipe Used in Deep Water Pipeline Installation International Research Journal of Engineering Technology International
14 Mr. Santosh V Janamatti Experimental Study on Mechanical Properties of Zn Metal Matrix with B4C Reinforcement Journal of Applied Science & Computations International
15 Mr. Raghavendra K Gravity Powered Light IJSART International
16 Mr. Raghavendra Karnool , Rajashekar k Studies on Wear and Bending Properties of AMMC's reinforced with bottom Ash International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technologies International
17 Mr. Shree Harsha B T Fabrication of Air Brake System Engine Exhaust International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering International
18 Mr. Md. Fayaz K Fabrication & Testing of Composite Materials using Natural Fibers International Journal of Research & Scientific Innovation International

 

List of paper publications by faculties in CAYm2 (2017-18)

 

S.NO Name of The Teacher (S) Title of Paper Journal / Volume, Issue National or International Journal Remarks
1 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi, Fayaz,Raghavendra B "Design and analysis of hybrid composites for industrial helmets" International journal of advance research in Engineering science and Technology, Vol. 4, issue 7, July 2017 International Journal 4.542
2 Mrs. Lakshmi Kumari "Design and analysis of hybrid composites for industrial helmets" International journal of advance research in Engineering science and Technology, Vol. 4, issue 7, July 2017 International Journal 4.542
3 Maharaja Gowda "Design and analysis of hybrid composites for industrial helmets" International journal of advance research in Engineering science and Technology, Vol. 4, issue 7, July 2017 International Journal 4.542
4 H M Anil Kumar "Effect of tool pin profile on dissimilar friction stir welding of aluminum alloy AA 7075 T651 and AA 6061 T6" International journal of latest trends in engineering and technology Vol. 8, issue, May 2017 International Journal 4.542
5 Dr. V V Ramana "Effect of tool pin profile on dissimilar friction stir welding of aluminium alloy AA 7075 T651 and AA 6061 T6" International journal of latest trends in engineering and technology Vol. 8, issue, May 2017 International Journal 4.542
6 Raghavendra Joshi, Evaluation of Al7075 reinforced with 14SiC for its Mechanical Properties & Surface Roughness by Drilling Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal
7 Raghavendra Joshi, Shivakumar S Y " Energy Based Jiles- Artherton and Analytical Magnetostrictive Model to Study Response of Terfenol-D Actuator to a Step Input" International Journal of Engineering Research in Electronics and Communications Engineering Vol. 4, Issue 11, November 2017 International Journal
8 Shivakumar S Y "Energy Based Jiles- Artherton and Analytical Magnetostrictive Model to Study Response of Terfenol-D Actuator to a Step Input" International Journal of Engineering Research in Electronics and Communications Engineering Vol. 4, Issue 11, November 2017 International Journal
9 Dr. Raju Jadar "F-MWCNT Nanomaterial Integrated Automobile Radiator" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal
10 Lakshmi Kumari "Studies on TQM Practice in Small and Medium scale Enterprises" International Journal of Science, Engineering and Management Vol. 2, Issue 11, November 2017 International Journal
11 Raghavendra Joshi, Vijay Kumar B P, Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj T H Manjunath "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal
12 Vijay Kumar B P, "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal
13 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal
14 T H Manjunath "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal
15 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj, Santosh Naik “Prediction of Blade Resonance of cooling tower fans using Vibration Analysis”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET) Volume 6, Issue 4 April 2017. ISSN (Online): 2319-8753; ISSN (Print):2347-6710. DOI:10.15680 International Journal
16 Raghavendra Setty, , Santosh Naik “Prediction of Blade Resonance of cooling tower fans using Vibration Analysis”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET) Volume 6, Issue 4 April 2017. ISSN (Online): 2319-8753; ISSN (Print):2347-6710. DOI:10.15680 International Journal
17 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj ”Analysis of Six Sigma Methodology in Exporting Manufacturing Organizations and Benefits Derived: A Review.” IEEE Xplore Digital Library. DOI: 10.1109/CIACT.2017. 7977276. The paper can be reached to the Link https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7977276/ International Journal
18 Dr. V V Ramana Comparative Investigation on Al7075 MMC reinforced with wt. %6 Al203 and B4C IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012095 International Journal
19 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Comparative Investigation on Al7075 MMC reinforced with wt. %6 Al203 and B4C IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012095 International Journal
20 Manjunath T H Comparative Investigation on Al7075 MMC reinforced with wt. %6 Al203 and B4C IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012095 International Journal
21 K C Venkatesh Comparative Investigation on Al7075 MMC reinforced with wt. %6 Al203 and B4C IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012095 International Journal
22 Dr. V V Ramana Investigations on Mechanical Behavior of Al7075 - Nano B4C Composites IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012091 International Journal
23 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Investigations on Mechanical Behavior of Al7075 - Nano B4C Composites IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012091 International Journal
24 Manjunath T H Investigations on Mechanical Behavior of Al7075 - Nano B4C Composites IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012091 International Journal
25 Dr. V V Ramana Experimental study on dissimilar friction stir welding of Al Alloy(5085-H111 & ^082-T6) to investigate the mechanical properties IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/330/1/012076 International Journal
26 H M Anil Kumar Experimental study on dissimilar friction stir welding of Al Alloy(5085-H111 & ^082-T6) to investigate the mechanical properties IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/330/1/012076 International Journal
27 Mayur Pawar Experimental study on dissimilar friction stir welding of Al Alloy (5085-H111 & ^082-T6) to investigate the mechanical properties IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering, DOI10.1088/1757-899X/330/1/012076 International Journal
28 H M Anil Kumar Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of friction stir welded dissimilar AA2024T351 and AA7075-T6 Alloy Middle East journal of Scientific Research 25(5):1009-1014, 2017 International Journal
29 Dr. V V Ramana Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of friction stir welded dissimilar AA2024T351 and AA7075-T6 Alloy Middle East journal of Scientific Research 25(5):1009-1014, 2017 International Journal

 

List of paper publications by faculties in CAYm3 (2016-17)

 

S.NO Name of The Teacher (S) Title of Paper Journal / Volume, Issue National or International Journal Remarks
1 H M Anil Kumar "Effect of tool pin profile on dissimilar friction stir welding of aluminium alloy AA 7075 T651 and AA 6061 T6" International journal of latest trends in engineering and technology Vol. 8, issue, May 2017 International Journal 4.49
2 Poovi Arasan "Validation of Centralised Data Processing Unit for a Manufacturing setup through Simulation" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 7 July 2016 International Journal 4.37
3 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi, Rajashekar B " Design and Numerical Studies on Clamping Ficture for Machining an Automotive Pump Body” International journal for Research in Applied Science Engineering Technology Vol. 4 issue7 July 2016 International Journal 6.887
4 Shekar K "Experimental Analysis of solar Air Heater with Broken Ribs absorber Plate for Fruits Drying applications" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 8 Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
5 Ravi G "Experimental Analysis of solar Air Heater with Broken Ribs absorber Plate for Fruits Drying applications" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 8 Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
6 Gavisiddesha P "Experimental Analysis of solar Air Heater with Broken Ribs absorber Plate for Fruits Drying applications" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol.5, Issue 8 Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
7 Banakara Nagaraja "Experimental Analysis of solar Air Heater with Broken Ribs absorber Plate for Fruits Drying applications" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 8 Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
8 Pavan Kumar B K “Vibration Based Condition Monitoring of Shaft Motor for Generator” National Conference on progress and research in Mechanical Engineering (PRIME 16) Sept. 2016 International Journal
9 Dr. V Ravi "Aerodynamic Characteristic Analysis of UAV By Using CFD" International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology. Vol.4, Issue 8. Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
10 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Importance of Condition Based Maintenance an Overview International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology. Vol. 5, Issue 9, Sep 2016 International Journal --
11 Pavan Kumar B K Importance of Condition Based Maintenance an Overview International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology. Vol. 5, Issue 9, Sep 2016 International Journal --
12 Shivarama Krishna Study of Microstructure and Wear behavior if Al-Si-Cu-Fe Alloy National Conference on Progresses and Research in Mechanical Engineering. PRIME 16 Sep 2016 International Journal
13 Shivarama Krishna Finite Element Analysis of Two-Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
14 Pavan Kumar B K Finite Element Analysis of Two-Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
15 Mayur Pawar Finite Element Analysis of Two-Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
16 Manjunath E Vijay Kumar B P Finite Element Analysis of Two-Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
17 Vijay Kumar B P Finite Element Analysis of Two-Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
18 Raghavendra Joshi Evaluation of Al7075 reinforced with SiC for its Mechanical Properties & Surface Roughness by Drilling Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal --
19 Manjunath T H "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal --
20 Raghavendra Joshi "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal --
21 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal --
22 Anil Kumar H M "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal --
23 Shivarama Krishna "Study of Mechanical Properties and Drilling Behaviour of Al7075 reinforced with B4C" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal --
24 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi "Study of Mechanical Properties and Drilling Behavior of Al7075 reinforced with B4C" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal --
25 Manjunath T H "Study of Mechanical Properties and Drilling Behavior of Al7075 reinforced with B4C" Materials today Science Direct 2017 International Journal --
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Vice Principal / Professor & HOD
2 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi Professor & Asst. HOD
3 Dr. Umesh M Daivagna Professor
4 Dr. Venkata Ramana. V Professor
5 Dr. Ganesh B Associate Professor
6 Dr. Raju Jadar Associate Professor
7 Dr. Lakshmi Kumari Associate Professor
8 Dr. Anil Kumar H.M Associate Professor
9 Mr. Jayaprakash.B Assistant Professor
10 Mr. Vishnu Prasad B Assistant Professor
11 Mr. Dhananjaya Kumar Assistant Professor
12 Mr. Srinivasulu V Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Raghavendra K Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Banakara Nagaraj Assistant Professor
15 Mr. Manjunatha T.H Assistant Professor
16 Mr. Pavan Kumar B.K Assistant Professor
17 Mr. Mohammed Fayaz K Assistant Professor
18 Mr. Shree Harsha B.T Assistant Professor
19 Mr. Shivarama Krishna A Assistant Professor
20 Mr. Shekar K Assistant Professor
21 Mr. Mayur D Pawar Assistant Professor
22 Mr. Vijay Kumar B.P Assistant Professor
23 Mr. Pavan B S Assistant Professor
24 Mr. Raghavendra Karnool Assistant Professor
25 Mr. Santosh V Janamatti Assistant Professor
26 Mr. Shiva Kumar S.Y Assistant Professor
27 Mr. Manjunatha E Assistant Professor
28 Mr. Ravi G Assistant Professor
29 Mr. Venkatesh K C Assistant Professor
30 Mr. Gavisiddesha Pattanashetty Assistant Professor
31 Mr. Rajashekhara K Assistant Professor
32 Mr. Raghavendra Setty G Assistant Professor
33 Mr. Akkasali Taranath Assistant Professor
34 Mr. Maharaja Gowda B Assistant Professor
35 Mr. Kalyan Babu S T Assistant Professor
36 Mr. Suraj Vasant Yadahalli Assistant Professor
37 Mr. Irayya D Shikkerimath Assistant Professor

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s):

  1. PSO1: Ability to utilize their knowledge in Mechanical Engineering Sciences on an applied basis.
  2. PSO2: Ability to apply learned principles to the analysis, design, development and implementation to more advanced mechanical systems or processes.
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Mr. D Madhusudan Goud Foreman
2 Mr. Vinod Kumar G Foreman
3 Mr. Giri Prasad B Instructor
4 Mr. Basavaraja Pattar Instructor
5 Mr. Bhavani Prasad T Instructor
6 Mr. Mallikarjuna K Instructor
7 Mr. Sridhar M Instructor
8 Mr. Srigiri.J Instructor
9 Mr. K Mahesh Instructor
10 Mr. Alam Pasha Instructor
11 Mr. Krishna Reddy Helper
12 Mr. Vaddara Girish Helper
13 Anjinamma (Ramajinamma)* Helper
14 Sadamma (Laxmamma) * Helper
15 Varalaxmi * Helper
16 Neelamma * Helper
17 Shankaramma P * Helper
18 Durgamma * Helper
19 Gavigangamma K * Helper
20 D Huligemma * Helper
21 Ramulamma * Helper
22 Anjinamma V * Helper
23 Gouramma K * Helper
24 Govindamma V * Helper
25 Rajeshwari V M * Helper
S.No Year Department Download Files
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2 2nd Year ME Click Here
3 3rd Sem ME Click Here
3 4th Year ME Click Here

The department is one of the basic engineering branches in the college equipped with latest machine tools and metrology facility and is housed in separate premises named “Dr. Rajgopal Block”.

The Department has got an intake of 180 students from the academic year 2019-20, accredited with NAAC, and certified by ISO-9001:2015.

  • The department of Mechanical Engineering has established “Center of Excellence” in association with TVS Haritha Tech to train the students on industry-ready skills on Unigraphics, NX11 Design Module, and CATIA V5 software.
  • The department is equipped with high-end CAD/CAM software and CNC machines which in addition to the academics also caters to research and analysis.
  • The students are exposed to the latest trends of Mechanical Engineering applications, some of the projects carried out by the students have brought the laurels to the department. This has been possible only due to the dedication, sincerity, and hard work of the faculty
  • The faculties are encouraged to update their knowledge by attendingand organizing Faculty Development Program, workshops, seminars and conferences
  • Mechanical Engineers are concerned with all types of machinery, and all aspects of their mechanism and functioning; the design, development, construction, production, installation, and operation of all mechanical systems in industries, including power plants, transport equipment, air-conditioning, boilers, refrigerators, and internal combustion.
  • The department has been continuously recording best results in all the semesters.
  • The Labs are well equipped with latest gadgets like Auto Collimeter, Profile Projector, Tool Maker’s Microscope, CAD Lab with latest software, etc.,
  • The department has received research grants from various Government funding agencies namely KCTU -GOI, VGST-GOK and MODROBS-AICTE New Delhi.

07-YADAVALLI-BASAVARAJ---MECH

Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj

Prof. & HOD

I am happy and proud to greet you through this message.

The department of Mechanical Engineering was established with the aim of providing quality of higher education preparing tomorrow's leaders in Mechanical Engineering and Management. In doing so, we emphasize excellence in teaching, learning, research and industry practice. We know that our graduates will help to build tomorrow’s India and the world. If you are thinking of becoming a leader and making the world a better place to live in, then you should consider becoming apart of Mechanical Engineering of BITM.

VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Vision:

To be a center of excellence that provides the best of teaching, learning, and research.


Mission:

  • To impart knowledge with strong theoretical and practical aspects.
  • To prepare effective and responsible graduates to meet the industry requirement.
  • To develop leadership qualities through team work and professional ethics.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

PEO 1:  To make graduates self-sustained by exploring to engineering problems with innovative ideas to tackle real-time issues.
PEO 2:  To make graduates aware of the significance of competence in core engineering concepts to adopt good ethical and leadership qualities.

PEO 3:  To inculcate the graduates to pursue lifelong learning processes.

Programme outcomes (POs):

  1. The graduates will be able to demonstrate the knowledge of Mathematics, Basic Sciences and Engineering.
  2. The graduates will develop an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
  3. The graduates will be able to design, conduct experiments, analyze and interpret the data.
  4. The graduates will exhibit skills to use modern engineering tools, software, and equipment to address the technical problems.
  5. The graduates will show the understanding of the engineering solutions on the society and will be aware of contemporary issues.
  6. The graduates will exhibit the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.
  7. The graduates will be able to communicate effectively both in verbal and written form.
  8. The graduates will gain confidence for self-improvement and lifelong learning.
  9. The graduates will develop an instinct to investigate complex technical tasks.
  10. The graduate is exposed to pros and cons of advanced technology towards environment and sustainability.
  11. The graduate is capable of working both individually and as well in a team.
  12. The graduates will acquire managerial skill to address economy and projects.

DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

LAB FACILITIES: Adequate and well equipped laboratories

S.NO Name of the Laboratory No. of students per setup Name of the Important Equipment
1 Workshop Practice 25 TIG, MIG & Spot Welding Machine
2 Computer Aided Engg. Drawing 25 DELL 18.5" Monitor, INTEL Core i7, 8GB, HD 1TB
3 Computer Aided

Machine Drawing

25 DELL 18.5" Monitor i5, 8GB, HD 500GB
4 Material Testing & Metallography

Lab1& Lab2

25 Universal Testing Machine, Metallurgical Microscope
5 Foundry & Forging 25 Open Arc Furnace
6 Machine Shop 25 Lathe, Milling, Shaping & Drilling
7 Mechanical Measurements & Metrology 25 Tool Makers Microscope & Profile Projector
8 Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab1& Lab2 25 Pelton, Francis & Kaplan Turbines
9 Energy Conversion Lab1& Lab2 25 Multi cylinder Diesel Engine
10 Heat and Mass Transfer Lab1& Lab2 25 Air Conditioner and Refrigerator
11 Automation and Computer Integrated Manufacturing 25 Zenith 21" Monitor, Intel, I5 Processor, 400GB RAM
12 Computer Aided Modelling and Analysis DELL LED Monitor 18.5", Intel I5 Processor; 8GB RAM
13 Design Lab1& Lab2 25 Journal Bearing

 

Additional facilities created for improving the quality of learning experience in laboratories

  •  Advanced laboratory facility is setup as additional facility to facilitate the student & faculty into research projects, consultancy and to gain practical knowledge bridging the gap between industry and institute.

The following are the facility available in the department

  1. Flexible Manufacturing System Setup
  2. Condition Monitoring
  3. UTM Facility
  4. NX11 Software
  5. Ansys16
  6. MAT LAB facility
  • Design based experiments in each laboratory were prepared to extend the practical knowledge in the relevant subject (topics covering beyond the syllabus).
S.NO Facility Details Reasons for Creating Facility Utilization Areas in which the students are expected to have enhanced learning
1 Advanced Flexible Manufacturing Systems Laboratory CNC Milling Machine Advanced Practical Knowledge in Manufacturing - NC Programming and Consultancy 100% Manufacturing Engineering
CNC Lathe
6 Axis Robotic Arm
Automated Guided Vehicle
Automated Storage & Retrieval System
12 PC’s with Internet Facility
2 Condition Monitoring Setup Vibration Analysis in Rotating components in Horizontal, vertical & Axial Directions Vibration Analysis and Consultancy 100% Maintenance Engineering
3 Advanced Material Testing Lab

 

Tensile Test Material Testing and Analysis, and Consultancy 100% Material Testing
Compression Test
Bending Test
Shear Test
4 Design and Analysis Lab NX11 Advanced Practical Knowledge in Design and Analysis 100% Design & Analysis
Ansys16
MAT Lab

 

Academic year CAYm1

(2017-18)

CAYm2

(2016-17)

CAYm3

(2015-16)

No. of publications 29 26 30

 

 

List of paper publications by faculties in CAYm1 (2017-18)

S.NO Name Of The Teacher (S) Title of Paper Journal / Volume, Issue National Or International Journal Remarks
1 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi, Fayaz,

Raghavendra B

"Design and analysis of hybrid composites for industrial helmets" International journal of advance research in Engineering science and Technology, Vol. 4, issue 7, July 2017 International Journal 4.542
2 Mrs. Lakshmi Kumari "Design and analysis of hybrid composites for industrial helmets" International journal of advance research in Engineering science and Technology, Vol. 4, issue 7, July 2017 International Journal 4.542
3 Maharaja Gowda "Design and analysis of hybrid composites for industrial helmets" International journal of advance research in Engineering science and Technology, Vol. 4, issue 7, July 2017 International Journal 4.542
4 H M Anil Kumar "Effect of tool pin profile on dissimilar friction stir welding of aluminium alloy AA 7075 T651 and AA 6061 T6" International journal of latest trends in engineering and technology Vol. 8, issue, may 2017 International Journal 4.542
5 Dr. V V Ramana "Effect of tool pin profile on dissimilar friction stir welding of aluminium alloy AA 7075 T651 and AA 6061 T6" International journal of latest trends in engineering and technology Vol. 8, issue, may 2017 International Journal 4.542
6 Raghavendra Joshi, Evaluation of Al7075 reinforced with 14SiC for its Mechanical Properties & Surface Roughness by Drilling Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal
7 Raghavendra Joshi, Shivakumar S Y " Energy Based Jiles- Artherton and Analytical Magnetostrictive Model to Study Response of Terfenol-D Actuator to a Step Input" International Journal of Engineering Research in Electronics and Communications Engineering Vol. 4, Issue 11, November 2017 International Journal
8 Shivakumar S Y "Energy Based Jiles- Artherton and Analytical Magnetostrictive Model to Study Response of Terfenol-D Actuator to a Step Input" International Journal of Engineering Research in Electronics and Communications Engineering Vol. 4, Issue 11, November 2017 International Journal
9 Dr. Raju Jadar "F-MWCNT Nanomaterial Integrated Automobile Radiator" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal
10 Lakshmi Kumari "Studies on TQM Practice in Small and Medium scale Enterprises" International Journal of Science, Engineering and Management Vol. 2, Issue 11, November 2017 International Journal
11 Raghavendra Joshi, Vijay Kumar B P, Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj

T H Manjunath

"Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal
12 Vijay Kumar B P,

 

"Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal
13 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj

 

"Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal
14 T H Manjunath "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal
15 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj, Santosh Naik “Prediction of Blade Resonance of cooling tower fans using Vibration Analysis”,

 

International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET) Volume 6, Issue 4 April 2017. ISSN (Online): 2319-8753; ISSN (Print):2347-6710. DOI:10.15680 International Journal
16 Raghavendra Setty, , Santosh Naik “Prediction of Blade Resonance of cooling tower fans using Vibration Analysis”,

 

International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET) Volume 6, Issue 4 April 2017. ISSN (Online): 2319-8753; ISSN (Print):2347-6710. DOI:10.15680 International Journal
17 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj ”Analysis of Six Sigma Methodology in Exporting Manufacturing Organizations and Benefits Derived: A Review”

 

IEEE Xplore Digital Library. DOI: 10.1109/CIACT.2017. 7977276. The paper can be reached to the Link https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7977276/ International Journal
18 Dr. V V Ramana Comparative Investigation on Al7075 MMC reinforced with wt. %6 Al203 and B4C IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012095

International Journal
19 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Comparative Investigation on Al7075 MMC reinforced with wt. %6 Al203 and B4C IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012095

International Journal
20 Manjunath T H Comparative Investigation on Al7075 MMC reinforced with wt. %6 Al203 and B4C IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012095

International Journal
21 K C Venkatesh Comparative Investigation on Al7075 MMC reinforced with wt. %6 Al203 and B4C IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012095

International Journal
22 Dr. V V Ramana Investigations on Mechanical Behavior of Al7075 - Nano B4C Composites IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012091

International Journal
23 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Investigations on Mechanical Behavior of Al7075 - Nano B4C Composites IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012091

International Journal
24 Manjunath T H Investigations on Mechanical Behavior of Al7075 - Nano B4C Composites IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/376/1/012091

International Journal
25 Dr. V V Ramana Experimental study on dissimilar friction stir welding of Al Alloy(5085-H111 & ^082-T6) to investigate the mechanical properties IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/330/1/012076

International Journal
26 H M Anil Kumar Experimental study on dissimilar friction stir welding of Al Alloy(5085-H111 & ^082-T6) to investigate the mechanical properties IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/330/1/012076

International Journal
27 Mayur Pawar Experimental study on dissimilar friction stir welding of Al Alloy (5085-H111 & ^082-T6) to investigate the mechanical properties IOP Conference, Material Science Engineering,

DOI10.1088/1757-899X/330/1/012076

International Journal
28 H M Anil Kumar

 

Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of friction stir welded dissimilar AA2024T351 and AA7075-T6 Alloy Middle East journal of Scientific Research 25(5):1009-1014, 2017 International Journal
29 Dr. V V Ramana Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of friction stir welded dissimilar AA2024T351 and AA7075-T6 Alloy Middle East journal of Scientific Research 25(5):1009-1014, 2017 International Journal

 

List of paper publications by faculties in CAYm2 (2016-17)

 

S.NO Name Of The Teacher (S) Title of Paper Journal / Volume, Issue National Or International Journal Remarks
1 H M Anil Kumar "Effect of tool pin profile on dissimilar friction stir welding of aluminium alloy AA 7075 T651 and AA 6061 T6" International journal of latest trends in engineering and technology Vol. 8, issue, may 2017 International Journal 4.49
2 Poovi Arasan "Validation of Centralised Data Processing Unit for a Manufacturing setup through Simulation" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 7 July 2016 International Journal 4.37
3 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi, Rajashekar B " Design and Numerical Studies on Clamping Ficture for Machining an Automotive Pump Body” International journal for Research in Applied Science Engineering Technology Vol. 4 issue7 July 2016 International Journal 6.887
4 Shekar K "Experimental Analysis of solar Air Heater with Broken Ribs absorber Plate for Fruits Drying applications" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 8 Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
5 Ravi G "Experimental Analysis of solar Air Heater with Broken Ribs absorber Plate for Fruits Drying applications" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 8 Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
6 Gavisiddesha P "Experimental Analysis of solar Air Heater with Broken Ribs absorber Plate for Fruits Drying applications" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol.5, Issue 8 Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
7 Banakara Nagaraja "Experimental Analysis of solar Air Heater with Broken Ribs absorber Plate for Fruits Drying applications" International journal of Innovative research in Science, Engineering and Technology Vol. 5, Issue 8 Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
8 Pavan Kumar B K “Vibration Based Condition Monitoring Of Shaft Motor For Generator” National Conference on progress and research in Mechanical Engineering (PRIME 16) Sept. 2016 International Journal
10 Dr. V Ravi "Aerodynamic Characteristic Analysis of UAV By Using CFD" International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology. Vol.4, Issue 8. Aug 2016 International Journal 4.37
11 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Importance of Condition Based Maintenance An Overview International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering And Technology. Vol. 5, Issue 9, Sep 2016 International Journal --
12 Pavan Kumar B K Importance of Condition Based Maintenance An Overview International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering And Technology. Vol. 5, Issue 9, Sep 2016 International Journal --
13 Shivarama Krishna Study of Microstructure and Wear behavior if Al-Si-Cu-Fe Alloy National Conference on Progresses and Research in Mechanical Engineering. PRIME 16 Sep 2016 International Journal
14 Shivarama Krishna Finite Element Analysis of Two Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
15 Pavan Kumar B K Finite Element Analysis of Two Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
16 Mayur Pawar Finite Element Analysis of Two Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
17 Manjunath E Vijay Kumar B P Finite Element Analysis of Two Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
18 Vijay Kumar B P Finite Element Analysis of Two Wheeler Disc Brake Rotor Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 2, Issue 7, 2016 International Journal 3.7
19 Raghavendra Joshi Evaluation of Al7075 reinforced with SiC for its Mechanical Properties & Surface Roughness by Drilling Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal --
20 Manjunath T H

 

"Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal --
21 Raghavendra Joshi "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal --
22 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal --
23 Anil Kumar H M "Drilling Parameters Optimization and Characterization of Al 7075 reinforced with Al2O3" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal --
24 Shivarama Krishna "Study of Mechanical Properties and Drilling Behaviour of Al7075 reinforced with B4C" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal --
25 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi "Study of Mechanical Properties and Drilling Behaviour of Al7075 reinforced with B4C" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal --
26 Manjunath T H "Study of Mechanical Properties and Drilling Behaviour of Al7075 reinforced with B4C" Materials today Science Direct

2017

International Journal --

 

List of paper publications by faculties in CAYm3 (2015-16)

 

S.NO Name Of The Teacher (S) Title of Paper Journal / Volume, Issue National or International Journal Remarks
1 Pavan Kumar B.K “Condition based Maintenance to enhance Production”, 3rd National conference on “Innovations in Mechanical Engineering” (NCIME-15) organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science, Madanapalle on 23rd – 24th Dec 2015 International Journal
2 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj “Condition based Maintenance to enhance Production”, 3rd National conference on “Innovations in Mechanical Engineering”(NCIME-15) organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science, Madanapalle on 23rd – 24th Dec 2015 International Journal
3 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj “Fracture characterization and FE simulation of Glass fiber reinforced Polystyrene Hybrid polymer composite"

 

3rd National conference on “Innovations in Mechanical Engineering”(NCIME-15) organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science, Madanapalle on 23rd – 24th Dec 2015 International Journal
4 Pavan Kumar B.K “Fracture characterization and FE simulation of Glass fiber reinforced Polystyrene Hybrid polymer composite"

 

3rd National conference on “Innovations in Mechanical Engineering”(NCIME-15) organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science, Madanapalle on 23rd – 24th Dec 2015 International Journal
5 Pavan Kumar B.K, “Vibration Based Condition Monitoring for Generator” International Journal of Research in Engineering & Technology (IMPACT: IJRET), Volume 4, Issue 6 June 2016. ISSN(P):2347-4599;ISSN(E):2321-8843 Available @ www.impactjournals.us International Journal
6 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj “Vibration Based Condition Monitoring for Generator” International Journal of Research in Engineering & Technology (IMPACT: IJRET), Volume 4, Issue 6 June 2016. ISSN(P):2347-4599;ISSN(E):2321-8843 Available @ www.impactjournals.us International Journal
7 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj “Finite Element Analysis of Engine Mounting Bracket by Considering Pretension Effect and Service Load” International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology (IJRET), eISSN: 2319-7308, pISSN: 2321 -7308, Volume 4, Issue 9 September 2015.Available @ https:// www.ijret.org. International Journal
8 Raghavendra K "Structural Analysis of Bicycle structure and Improvement Analysis Using Analytical And FEA" International Journal of Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology. Vol. 4, Issue 6, June 2016 International Journal
9 Raghavendra K "Optimization study on trailer arm chassis by FEM" International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology.Vol.4 Issue 9 International Journal
10 Raghavendra K "Performance evaluation of automobile crankshaft" International Journal of Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology. Vol. 3, Issue 10 International Journal
11 Dr. V V Ramana, "Wear Behavior of A16061 - Sic Composites 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
12 Shiva Ramakrishna "Wear Behavior of A16061 - Sic Composites 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
13 Banakara Nagaraj "Wear Behavior of A16061 - Sic Composites 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
14 Dr. V V Ramana, "An Overview of Friction Stir Welding : A New Perspective" 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
15 H M Anil Kumar "An Overview of Friction Stir Welding : A New Perspective" 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
16 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj "An Experimental Investigation on Mechanical Properties of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite." 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
17 Manjunath T H "An Experimental Investigation on Mechanical Properties of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite." 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
18 Mayur Pawar "An Experimental Investigation on Mechanical Properties of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite." 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
19 Manjunath T H "Wear Behavior of Polymer matrics Composites Subjected to Dry Sliding" 3rd National Conference on Innovations in Mechanical Engineering NCIME 2015 Dec International Journal
20 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj "Analysis of Wear Behaviour of Dual Phase Steel Using Taguchi Method " International Journal of Engineering Research and Reviews. Vol3, Issue3, September 2015 International Journal
21 Pavan Kumar B K "Analysis of Wear Behaviour of Dual Phase Steel Using Taguchi Method " International Journal of Engineering Research and Reviews. Vol3, Issue3, September 2015 International Journal
22 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj "Effect of T6 Heat Treatment on dry Sliding Wear Behavior of LM6/SiCp using Taguchi and ANOVA" International Journal of Engineering Research and General Science Reviews. Vol4, Issue2, March 2016 International Journal
23 Pavan Kumar B K "Effect of T6 Heat Treatment on dry Sliding Wear Behavior of LM6/SiCp using Taguchi and ANOVA" International Journal of Engineering Research and General Science Reviews. Vol4, Issue2, March 2016 International Journal
24 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj "Execution of Fatigue Life under Various Loading Condition on Fuselage Structure" International Journal of Engineering Research in Information Technology. Vol3, Issue8, Aug 2015 International Journal
25 Pavan Kumar B K "Execution of Fatigue Life under Various Loading Condition on Fuselage Structure" International Journal of Engineering Research in Information Technology. Vol3, Issue8, Aug 2015 International Journal
26 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj "Finite Element Analysis of Engine Mounting Bracket by Considering Pretension Effect and Service Load" International Journal of Research in Engineering & Technology. Vol4, Issue9, Sep 2015 International Journal
27 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi "Design Sensitivity Analysis of a Rubber Bushing Model for a Commercial Vehicle" International Journal of Research in Information & Technology. Vol3, Issue8, Aug 2015 International Journal
28 Fayaz “Design and analysis of automated spray gun for RH vessel”, International Journal of Research in Engineering & Technology, Vol.4, Issue 12, Dec 2015 International Journal
29 Rajashekar Kuntanahal “Experimental Investigation of Steel Tube Reinforced

Composite L-joint and T-joints”

International Journal for Ignited MINDS, Volume-02, Issue-10, Oct-2015 International Journal
30 Gavisiddesha P "Evaluation of thermal performance of paraboloid concentrator Solar cooker" International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology Vol.5, Issue 8, ISSN:2321-1156 International Journal
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Vice Principal / Professor & HOD
2 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi Professor & Asst. HOD
3 Dr. Umesh M Daivagna Professor
4 Dr. Venkata Ramana. V Professor
5 Dr. Ganesh B Associate Professor
6 Dr. Raju Jadar Associate Professor
7 Dr. Lakshmi Kumari Associate Professor
8 Dr. Anil Kumar H.M Associate Professor
9 Mr. Jayaprakash.B Assistant Professor
10 Mr. Vishnu Prasad B Assistant Professor
11 Mr. Dhananjaya Kumar Assistant Professor
12 Mr. Srinivasulu V Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Raghavendra K Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Banakara Nagaraj Assistant Professor
15 Mr. Manjunatha T.H Assistant Professor
16 Mr. Pavan Kumar B.K Assistant Professor
17 Mr. Mohammed Fayaz K Assistant Professor
18 Mr. Shree Harsha B.T Assistant Professor
19 Mr. Shivarama Krishna A Assistant Professor
20 Mr. Shekar K Assistant Professor
21 Mr. Mayur D Pawar Assistant Professor
22 Mr. Vijay Kumar B.P Assistant Professor
23 Mr. Pavan B S Assistant Professor
24 Mr. Raghavendra Karnool Assistant Professor
25 Mr. Santosh V Janamatti Assistant Professor
26 Mr. Shiva Kumar S.Y Assistant Professor
27 Mr. Manjunatha E Assistant Professor
28 Mr. Ravi G Assistant Professor
29 Mr. Venkatesh K C Assistant Professor
30 Mr. Gavisiddesha Pattanashetty Assistant Professor
31 Mr. Rajashekhara K Assistant Professor
32 Mr. Raghavendra Setty G Assistant Professor
33 Mr. Akkasali Taranath Assistant Professor
34 Mr. Maharaja Gowda B Assistant Professor
35 Mr. Kalyan Babu S T Assistant Professor
36 Mr. Suraj Vasant Yadahalli Assistant Professor
37 Mr. Irayya D Shikkerimath Assistant Professor

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s):

  1. PSO1: Ability to utilize their knowledge in Mechanical Engineering Sciences on an applied basis.
  2. PSO2: Ability to apply learned principles to the analysis, design, development and implementation to more advanced mechanical systems or processes.
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Mr. D Madhusudan Goud Foreman
2 Mr. Vinod Kumar G Foreman
3 Mr. Giri Prasad B Instructor
4 Mr. Basavaraja Pattar Instructor
5 Mr. Bhavani Prasad T Instructor
6 Mr. Mallikarjuna K Instructor
7 Mr. Sridhar M Instructor
8 Mr. Srigiri.J Instructor
9 Mr. K Mahesh Instructor
10 Mr. Alam Pasha Instructor
11 Mr. Krishna Reddy Helper
12 Mr. Vaddara Girish Helper
13 Anjinamma (Ramajinamma)* Helper
14 Sadamma (Laxmamma) * Helper
15 Varalaxmi * Helper
16 Neelamma * Helper
17 Shankaramma P * Helper
18 Durgamma * Helper
19 Gavigangamma K * Helper
20 D Huligemma * Helper
21 Ramulamma * Helper
22 Anjinamma V * Helper
23 Gouramma K * Helper
24 Govindamma V * Helper
25 Rajeshwari V M * Helper
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