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CSIT | Mechanical Engineering



THE VISION

To nurture excellence in the field of mechanical engineering by fostering a culture dedicated towards quality teaching and learning to create professionals ready to meet the demanding challenges in field of Mechanical Engineering and allied areas.

THE MISSION

To provide quality education with ample scope to include basic engineering knowledge and specialized training to meet the emerging needs of mankind. To inculcate ethical, professional and leadership qualities to prepare globally competitive human resources To maintain state- of -the art facilities for creating opportunities to learn, interpret, apply and disseminate knowledge To collaborate with reputed industries and institutes through knowledge sharing and training.



PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE (PEOs)

PEO1: Graduates shall apply principles of machine design, production and thermal engineering and management concepts to identity, formulate and solve the real life problems during their successful career in Mechanical and allied Engineering.

PEO2: Graduates shall have technical ability along with good communication, ethical values and team spirit and shall apply modern tools and techniques to provide solutions for environmental and social issues.

PEO3: Graduates shall opt for higher education or research through continuous learning.

PEO4: Graduates shall excel in the operational areas of the industries, as entrepreneurs by applying manufacturing and management practices.



PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

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, review 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 modeling 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, and 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.



PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME(PSOs)

PSO1:An ability to apply their knowledge in the domain of engineering mechanics, design, fluid, thermal, industrial engineering and advanced technologies in solving engineering problems for the benefits of society.

PSO2: Capable of successfully qualifying in national level competitive examinations for higher studies and employment.


CURRICULUM


COURSES OFFERED SEATS ESTD. DURATION ADMISSION
1.BE (Mechanical Enginering) 90 1999 4 years GPET/JEE, Online Counseling by DTE
2.M-TECH (Industrial Engg. & Management) 18 2011 2 years GATE/ sponsorship, Counseling by DTE
3. Ph.D. (Mechanical Engg.) ----- 2015 ---- CSVTU Examination
















LABORATORIES

The department has fully equipped labs for Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning, Energy Conservation System, Thermodynamics, Internal Combustion Engines, Material Testing, Fluid Mechanics & Machinery, Heat and mass Transfer, Automobile, Dynamics of Machines, Kinematics of Machines, Mechanical Measurement and Metrology, Robotics, CAD, CAM etc. as per University scheme.

Semester III
	
  • Machine drawing lab
  • Material testing lab
  • Engineering Thermodynamic lab
  • Mechanical Measurement and Metrology lab
  • Semester IV
    	
  • Fluid mechanics Lab
  • Computer Aided Drafting Lab
  • Kinematics of Mechanics Lab
  • NACP Lab
  • Semester V
    	
  • Machine Design-I Lab
  • Manufacturing Science Lab
  • Dynamics of Machines Lab
  • Fluid Machinery Lab
  • Semester VI
    	
  • Machine Design-II Lab
  • Internal Combustion Engines Lab
  • Production Management Lab
  • HMT Lab
  • Semester VII
    	
  • Automobile Engg. Lab
  • Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Lab
  • Computer Aided Design Lab
  • Computer Aided Manufacturing Lab
  • Semester VIII
    	
  • Robotics Lab
  • Finite Element Methods Lab
  • Industrial Engineering & Management Lab
  • Available Softwares
    	
  • ANSYS 14 with 25 license
  • CREO – 2.0 with 75 license
  • SINUTRAIN – 16 with 18 license
  • CUTVIEWER with 02 license
  • MINITAB – 16 with 10 license
  • MICROSOFT PROJECT -2010 with 18 license
  • ADAMS with 150 license
  • ABAQUAS 6.11 with 01 license
  • FLUIDSIM with 30 license
  • SOLID WORKS 2016 with 30 license
  • AutoCAD- 18


  • STRENGTH

    1. Accredited thrice by NBA

    2. Highly experienced and dedicated faculties enrich the department.

    3. Department is approved as Research Center for Doctoral Work under CSVTU, Bhilai.

    4. Three center of excellences installed in collaboration with Industries: BOSCH India Ltd.; ONWORD Technologies, Pune; PARKER Hannifin, Mumbai

    5. Two center of excellence funded by AICTE: (1) Advance Mechanism Design and (2)Systems Lab.

    6. The department boasts of membership of professional bodies like QCFI , SAE etc.

    7. Regular interactions with professional experts from industries as well as institutions.

    8. National conferences and Workshops are organized to enhance technical and managerial skills in faculties, students and staff.

    9. In-depth research and development in the areas of non-conventional energy resources, multi-body dynamics and computational fluid dynamics under the guidance of expert faculties opening doors to new opportunities to the budding engineers.

    10. In-house designed and developed Robotics lab.

    11. Several equipments for RAC, HMT & DOM labs are designed and fabricated in-house and provided to other institutions.

    12. Fully furnished and state-of-the-art laboratories and Workshop.

    13. Industrial visits every semester.

    14. Well maintained departmental library with all kinds of reference books.

    15. Well equipped & furnished Seminar Hall with projector facility.

    Guest Lectures


    2019-20

  • 7th, 8th (for 3rd & 4th year) & 9th (for 2nd year) September 2019. Mr. Vishal Gupta – Founder & Chief Training Officer @ E-Gurukul Bhaarat Mission, New Delhi(India) A Workshop on Employability Skills Enhancement Training, Higher Studies in India & Abroad & Jobs (National/Abroad/Social Sector)
  • 23rd August 2019 Mr. Aneet Singh Arora, Senior Manager in Ecomaister Beads India Private Limited, Bhilai Importance of Engineering drawing for Mechanical Engineers 2018-19
  • 15th September 2018 Mr. G. P. Singh - DGM (I&W/DSO) & Mr. G. K. Kundu, - DGM (Instrumentation), Bhilai Steel Plant, Bhilai "Past, Present and Future Trends in Industrial Technology
  • 07th August 2018 Mr. K. K. Vinod (Gayatri Shakti Pith Durg Zone) Miracles through Positive Thinking


    2017-18

  • 26 April,2018 Mr. Satish Thakur, (DSP) with Team of police officers Traffic Rules, Road Safety, Accidental Prevention And First Aid
  • 13 April,2018 Mr. Ajit Kumar, Consultant Engineer, Cognizant Technology Solutions, CHICAGO Supply Chain Management And Inventory Optimization
  • 20 March,2018 Mr. Surendra Kr. Langewar, Sr. Manager (HR), (Sarda Energy & Minerals Ltd.) Industries Expectation & Employability
  • 16 March, 2018 Dr. Meenakshi Silas, Sr. Eye specialist, Arvindo Eye Hospital Importance of Eye, Brief Knowledge on Computer Syndrome and Glucoma
  • 20 February, 2018 Mr. Sanjay Agarwal, Area Manager (all CG), JCB India Ltd, Use of Hydraulic Power Systems, Application of Telematics & Automation, A Live Demo and Working of the JCB Machine
  • 07 September, 2017 Mr. Dilip Mohanty, Chief HRM, Jayaswal NECO Industries, Siltara Raipur Campus to Corporate
  • 10 August, 2017 Mr. Vivek Kumar Sen, Design Engineer Tata Technologies, Pune Scope of Design & Fixtures
  • 03 August, 2017 Ms. Sneha Mokal, Application Engineer – ANSYS ANSYS and its applications


    2016-17

  • 07 April, 2017 Mrs. Pushpa Ambrose, Dy. Gen. Manager - Coke-oven & CCD, Bhilai Steel Plant Production Challenges in Coke-oven of Steel Plant
  • 04 August, 2016 Ms. Mugdha Dongre & Ms. Nirlipta Mallik (Technical Officer) CIPET (Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology - Raipur) Plastics Processing and Technology.
  • 22 July, 2016 Mr. Ravindra Kumar Sahu, Electrical and Automation Head in Process Industry, Oman Automation in Process Industry
  • 25 September, 2016 Dr. Jeoraj Jain, DGM incharge, Bhilai Steel Plant Automotive technologies
  • 23 October, 2016 Mr. Tilesh Kumar Sahu, Managing Director, Devashi Engineering Consultancy Services Solid works
  • 23 February, 2017 Mr. Amin shah, Sr. Proj. Mgr, Colt Tech. Services ,UK Project development skills


    2015-16

  • 19 January, 2016 Mr. Rakesh Pandey, AGM, BSP Engg. Design & Drawing
  • 03 March, 2016 Mr. Nitin Pandya, Director , CAD Academy, Bhilai Virtual Prototyping
  • 09 March, 2016 Mr. G. P. Singh (DGM, BSP & Secretary QCFI, Bhilai – Chapter Quality Control - A Systematic Approach to Develop Creative Organization.


    Industrial Visit


    2019-20

  • 22 July 2019 BEC FOOD LTD. KUTHREL, DURG 2018-19
  • 11 March 2019 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LTD. ANJORA, DURG


    2017-18

  • 23 February, 2018 BHILAI STEEL PLANT, BHILAI
  • 22 February, 2018 EVO-TECH PVT. LIMITED, SAMODA, DURG
  • 17 February, 2018 BHILAI STEEL PLANT, BHILAI
  • 16 February, 2018 HARIOM GROUP, BHILAI
  • 5 February, 2018 COREFAB PROJECT PVT. LTD, HIA, HATHKHOJ, BHILAI
  • 25 January, 2018 GEAR CON ENGINEERING, RAJNANDGAON
  • 24 October, 2017 CIPET, INDUSTRIAL AREA BHANPURI, RAIPUR
  • 18 July, 2017 GEAR CON ENGINEERING, RAJNANDGAON


    2016-17

  • 31 March, 2017 GEAR CON ENGINEERING, TEDESARA, RAJNANDGAON (C.G.)
  • 3 & 4 February, 2017 (1)STAR CIRCLIPS PVT. LTD. NAGPUR (MAHARASTRA) (2) MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA PVT. LTD. NAGPUR (MAHARASTRA) (3) TATA AERONAUTICAL LTD. NAGPUR (MAHARASTRA)
  • 14 October, 2016 CORE-FAB PROJECTS PVT. LIMITED, INDUSTRIAL AREA, BHILAI
  • 30 September 2016 BHILAI STEEL PLANT (BSP) BHILAI
  • 23 September2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LTD. ANJORA, DURG
  • 22 September 2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LTD. ANJORA, DURG


    2015-16

  • DEVBHOG MILK PROCESSING PLANT, KUMHARI on 8 APRIL,2016
  • 18 FEBUARY,2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LTD. ANJORA, DURG
  • 16 FEBUARY,2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LTD. ANJORA, DURG
  • 15 FEBUARY,2016 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LTD. ANJORA, DURG
  • 02 November 2015 JAYASWAL NECO PVT. LTD. ANJORA, DURG
  • 27 October 2015 EVO-TECH PVT. LIMITED, SAMODA, DURG
  • 17 October 2015 EVO-TECH PVT. LIMITED, SAMODA, DURG


    MOUs

  • BOSCH India Ltd.
  • ONWORD Technologies, Pune
  • PARKER Hannifin, Mumbai

  • Semester Toppers



    2018-19
    1. Abhishek Purabiya 3rd sem-79.5%
    2. Sidhartha Gupta 4th sem-74.2%
    3. Lokendra Kumar-5th sem-90%
    4. Lokendra Kumar-6th sem-88.4%
    5. Tomesh Sahu 7th sem-86%
    6. Tomesh Sahu 8th sem-88.8%

    2017-18
    1. Lokendra Kumar 3rd sem -9.17 (SPI)
    2. Lokendra Kumar 4th sem- 9.15 (SPI)
    3. Anjali Singh Rathore 5th sem- 9.09 (SPI)
    4. Anjali Singh Rathore 6th sem -9.74 (SPI)
    5. Ankita Joshi 7th sem- 9.44 (SPI)
    6. Animesh Agrawal 8th sem -9.56 (SPI)

    2016-17
    1. Anjali Singh Rathore - 3rd Sem - 82.9%
    2. Jatin Jain - 3rd Sem – - 4th Sem -85.3 %
    3. Shivam Limje- 5th sem- 87.8%
    4. Mohnish Deshmukh- 6th sem -90.6%
    5. Rishi Kumar- 7th sem -86%
    6. Naresh Kumar Chandra 8th sem -85.1%

    2015-16
    1. Shivam Limje 3rd sem -88.10%
    2. Shivam Limje 4th sem- 87.80%
    3. Manish Kumar Sahu/ Y K Sahu 5th sem -86.90%
    4. Naveen Pandey 6th sem- 89.60%
    5. Kshitij Kumar Sahu 7th sem - 86.10%
    6. Kshitij Kumar Sahu 8th sem- 89.10%

    2014-15
    1. Hitesh Patel 7th sem -86.30%
    2. Bhavesh Kumar Sahu 8th sem-87.40%
    3. Ankit Kumar 5th sem -86.20%
    4. Abhinav Sahu 6th sem - 85.10%
    5. Abhiroop Pandey 3rd sem -84.9%
    6. Abhiroop Pandey 4th sem -85.80%


    STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN TECHNICAL EVENTS :


    1. Shashank Dewangan -6TH SEM -TECHNICHE-2015- ANNUAL TECHNO MGT FEST ROBOCALYPSE (NATIONAL)- 1ST Position
    2. Naveen Pandey- 6TH SEM- TECHNICHE-2015 -ANNUAL TECHNO MGT FEST ROBOCALYPSE (NATIONAL)- 1ST Position
    3. Aditya Sahu- 6TH SEM- TECHNICHE-2015 -ANNUAL TECHNO MGT FEST ROBOCALYPSE (NATIONAL)- 1ST Position




    CSIT Member

    Dr. Santosh Sharma

    HOD(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Prof. Sanjay Singh

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Dr. K. Sridhar

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Mr. Pankaj Kumar Agrawal

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Prof. H R Chandrakar

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Prof. Nishant Shukla

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Prof. Sudeep Pradhan

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Prof. Budhdeshwar Kumar

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Dr. Ajay Kr. Gupta

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Prof. Revendra Deshmukh

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Er. Megha Kataria

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg

    CSIT Member

    Er. Yugal Kishor Sahu

    Assistant Professor(Mechanical)
    CSIT Durg


    RESEARCH AND DEVOLOPMENT


    Paper Published/Presented


    2019-20


  • “Identification of Barriers for Quality Management Implementation In Automotive Sector”, Journal of Adv Research in Dynamical & Control Systems, ISSN: 1943-023X Impact Vol. 11, Issue-5, July2019 by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Simulation of Optimal Number of Maintenance Supervisors in Medium Scale Manufacturing Firm”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE) ISSN: 2278-3075, Volume-8 Issue-10, August 2019 by Dr. K. Sridhar


    2018-19


  • “Quality Management n Automotive Manufacturing & Service Sector”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)ISSN: 2278-3075, Volume-8 Issue-3, June 2019 by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Scheduling in make to order environment using BPANN model” (ISBN: 978-81-923288-- 7-4 All India Conference on New Age Skills in Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering, AICON-19 ) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Design of Inventory Control system” (ISBN: 978-81-923288, AICON-19 ) by RevendraDeshmukh and Dr.K.Sridhar
  • “Safety and accident in industries: analysis and prevention” (ISBN: 978-81-923288, AICON-19 ) by Nishant Kumar Shukla
  • “Design and Finite Element Analysis of a High Pressure Vessel used in the 2nd stage Caustic Wash Separator” (ISBN: 978-81-923288, AICON-19 ) by Yugal Kishore Sahu
  • “Dynamic Simulation of Three High Rolling Mill Run by Two Prime movers” (ISBN: 978- 81-923288, AICON-19 ) by Pankaj Agrawal
  • “Designing of rail wheel profile using finite element software” (ISBN: 978-81-923288, AICON-19 ) by MeghaKataria
  • “3-level full factorial method for multi objective optimization of tool life and total cost in CNC end milling process” (ISBN: 978-81-923288, AICON-19 ) by Sudeep Kumar Pradhan
  • “Investigation and numerical analysis of milling cutter” (ISBN: 978-81-923288, AICON-19) by Dr.Ajay Gupta
  • “An Integrated ELECTRE Method for Selection of Reverse Manufacturing Alternative” (ISBN: 978-81-923288, AICON-19 ) by Dr. Santosh Kumar Sharma
  • “Design and Development of a Turboexpander for Liquefaction of Nitrogen Gas Proposed Work Numerical Set-Up and Boundary Conditions”, National Symposium on Cryogenics and Superconductivity (NSCS-27), Jan 2019 by Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta
  • “Numerical Investigation to Predict the Performance of a GM Pulse Tube Refrigerator using of Pressure Wave Profile”, International Journal Of Engineering Research & Technology, January 2019 by Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta
  • “Fluid Flow Analysis of Hydroelectric Turbine System for Treated Waste Water Hydroelectric Turbine System”, International Journal Of Engineering Research & Technology ,January 2019 by Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta
  • “Numerical Analysis to Predict the Fluid Flow Pattern Through Convergent Nozzle”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology January 2019 by Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta
  • “Experimental Analysis of Performance of Heat Exchanger with Plate Fins and Parallel Flow of Working Fluids”, World Journal of Engineering and Technology (Scopus) September 2018 by Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta
  • “Numerical Investigation of a 3D Inerfance Pulse Tube Refrigerator from Design Prospective.”, Cryogenics Journal (SCI)August 2018 by Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta.



    2017-18


  • “Simulation of optimal number of maintainance supervisors” ( ISBN No: 978-81-923288- All India Conference on Disruptive Technologies, AICON-18 ) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Minimization of Makespan in Job Shop Scheduling with Heuristic Algorithms” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Effect of System Rotation on Flow Field” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Pankaj Kumar Gupta
  • “Analysis of Bullwhip Effect in Cement Industry through Spreadsheet Simulation” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Mr. H. R. Chandrakar
  • “Significance of Selection of Material Handling System in Industry” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Mr. H. R. Chandrakar
  • “Drilling of Stitched bidirectional glass fiber composite” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Dr. Vivek Mishra
  • “Future of manufacturing industries and innovation- disruptive technology” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Mr. Sudeep Pradhan
  • “Accident investigation and training in Human error risk management for engineering systems” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Mr. Nishant Shukla
  • “Stability of a continuous system under vehicle interaction” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Mr. Avinash Gavel
  • “Optimal Inventory Control System- A Case Study” (ISBN No: 978-81-923288, AICON-18) by Revendra Deshmukh.



    2016-17


  • “Air flow investigations in direct type solar food dryer using computational fluid dynamics” (Carbon-Science and Technology, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 9-16. 2016(SCOPUS Indexed)) by Dr. Pankaj Kr. Gupta
  • “Development of low cost solar cooker” (Carbon-Science and Technology, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 17-20. 2016(SCOPUS Indexed)) by Dr. Pankaj Kr. Gupta
  • “Studies on the Uncertainty for Material Requirement Planning in Industries and its Solution” (International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Voume:6, Issue No. 04) by Mr. Dehal Ram Nishad
  • “Application of the Response Surface Methodology to find out the effect of input parameters on Fe500D Steel” (International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5, Issue 7, Aug. 2016.) by Mr. Rituraj Chandrakar
  • “Multi objectives operations decisions by using Goal programming for a small scale enterprise” (International Journal of Research in Engineering & Technology (IMPACT: IJRET) Vol. 4, Issue 8, Nov’ 2016, 7-12) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Implementing Total Productive Maintenance in Machine shop of Manufacturing Industry–A Case Study” (International Journal of Darshan Institute on Engineering Research and Emerging Technology, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2016) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Methodology of Evaluating the overall Equipment Effectiveness in Machine Shop through Total Productive Maintenance” (International Journal of Research and Innovations in Science and Technology, Volume 3 | Issue 01 | Dec 2016) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Operations Decisions for a small Bakery shop with Seasonal Demand” (International Journal of Latest Engineering Research and Applications (IJLERA),Volume – 01, Issue – 03, December2016, PP – 118-123) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “The Relationship between Critical Success Factors of Six Sigma and Organisational Performance” (International Journal of Mechanical And Production Engineering, Volume- 5, Issue-3, March-2017) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Analysis of project procurement parameters for structural materials using Design of Experiments ( DOE)” (International Journal of Mechanical & Production Engineering,Vol-4, Issue-11,2016) by Dr. Vivek Mishra
  • “Analysis of causes of LOWOEE and Improvement by Implementation of TPM and 5S techniques in Manufacturing industry” (International Journal of Research and Innovations in Science and Technology, Volume 3,Issue 1,2016 ISSN:2394-3858) by Dr. K. Sridhar

    2015-16


  • “Benchmarking of product recovery alternatives in reverse logistics” (Benchmarking: An International Journal, Vol. 23 Iss 2 pp. 406 - 424,2016) by Santosh Kumar Sharma
  • “Decision support system for selecting machine centre” (Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, ISSN: 2248-9622,vol.6,issue2, February 2016) by Dr. K. Sridhar
  • “Job Shop Scheduling With Heuristic Algorithms” (International Journal of Research and Innovations in Science and Technology Volume 2 : Issue 1 : December 2015) by Dr. K. Sridhar


  • AIM

    Function of student’s association is oriented towards the development and betterment of students through all angles. Through student’s council, various programs are undertaken so that the talents of students in respect of technical ability, cultural and sports talents are put forward.

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION (MEA)
    The MEA represents the student body of Mechanical Engineering Department and provides outlets for students to be involved in meaningful and personality enhancing activities that support the mission of the department to facilitate the overall development of budding mechanical engineers. Established in the year 2003, the fundamental objective of the association is to promote professionalism supported by vision and integrity for service of humanity. For cumulative personality development of the students, the MEA provides extra-curricular, co-curricular and other important activities beneficial to students.

    The activity of MEA directly contributes to enhancing the soft skills of the students which plays a pivotal role in facing the challenges towards success. Some of the activities are Paper Presentation, Technical debates, Technical Quiz, Technical Seminars, Project and Model Exhibition, Cultural Activities and Sports events.



    2019-20


    Foot ball Fever – 28 August & 11September 2019

    Office Bearers:

    President: Vaibhav Shrivas
    Vice President: Yashwant Sahu
    Secretary: Rahul Dewangan
    Joint Secretary: Isha Sahu
    Treasurer: Harshwardhan Singh
    Professor Incharge: Mr. Nishant Shukla


    2018-19


    Fresher’s party “NAVMEET” - 20 August 2018
    “MAKE YOUR MOVE” dance competition – 29TH April 2019
    Farewell Party “ FIRE FOREVER” – 20 April 2019

    Office Bearers:

    President: Pranjal Sharma
    Vice President: Akriti Yadav
    Secretary: Vikas Dubey
    Joint Secretary: Yashwant Sahu
    Treasurer: Vaibhav Shrivas
    Professor Incharge: Mr. Nishant Shukla

    2017-18


    Fresher’s party “NAVMEET” - 14 August 2017
    Foot ball Fever - 9 January& 01 February2018
    “MAKE YOUR MOVE” dance competition - Proposed 08 & 09 March 2018
    Farewell Party “ FIRE FOREVER”

    Office Bearers:

    President: Abdul Ali Adil Khan
    Vice President: Abuzar
    Secretary: Akriti Yadav
    Joint Secretary : Pranjal Sharma
    Treasurer: Leelakant
    Professor Incharge: Mr. Sudeep Pradhan

    2016-17


    Fresher’s party “NAVMEET” - 05 Aug. 2016
    Foot ball Fever - 17 to 20 Oct. 2016
    “MAKE YOUR MOVE” dance competition - 16, 17 February& 02 March 2017
    Fare well Party “ FIRE FOREVER” - 15/April/2017

    Office Bearers

    President: Abhiroop Pandey
    Vice President: Shashi Kant
    Secretary: Govind Kumar Sahu
    Joint Secretary : Divya Sahu
    Treasurer: Preeti Yadav
    Professor Incharge: Mr. Sudeep Pradhan

    2015-16


    Fresher’s party “NAVMEET” - 23 Aug. 2015
    Foot ball Fever - 29-30 Sep. 2015
    “MAKE YOUR MOVE” dance competition - 12,15 & 18 March 2016
    Fare well Party “ FIRE FOREVER” - 11/April/2016

    Office Bearers

    President: Avijeet Raman
    Vice President: P Ashish
    Secretary: Abhiroop Pandey
    Joint Secretary : Aditya Sahu
    Treasurer: Arnav Thakur
    Professor Incharge: Mr. Sudeep Pradhan

    2014-15


    Fresher’s party “NAVMEET” - 09/August/2014
    Foot ball Fever - 17-25-Sep-14
    “MAKE YOUR MOVE” dance competition - 19-22-Nov-14
    Fare well Party “ FIRE FOREVER” - 11/April/2015
    Office Bearers

    President: Harlin Singh
    Vice President: Rohit Pathak
    Secretary: Avijeet kumar Raman
    Joint Secretary: Mayank Bhargava
    Treasurer: Kshitiz Sahu
    Professor Incharge: Mr. Abhilash Trivedi
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    |==(( 2018-19 ))==|

    Design and Fabrication of Wall Climbing Robot
    This project focuses on the fabrication of the wall climbing robot for use of cleaning, painting, surveillance in military, aircraft inspections. Under strict weight and size limits it is required to be placed on a window and either autonomously or via remote control clean the outside of a window with no other human intervention. This particular robot will move over the wall, will clean the window, and paint the wall, as well as for surveying in armed forces.

    Design and Fabrication of 3D Printer
    3D printing is a process of prototyping where by a structure is synthesized from a 3D model. 3D printing significantly challenges mass production processes in the future. This type of printing is predicted to influence industries, like automotive, medical, education, equipment, consumer products industries and various businesses.

    Magnetic Suspension System For Two Wheelers
    Aim of this project is to use magnet as a damper as well as shock absorber which reduces the size of suspension system as well as increase its efficiency and comfort to the rider with stability in the vehicle. It can bear a load of 250kg, with 10000 GP magnet is used inside magnetic suspension system. It also allows the least number of components in suspension system and completely removal of helical spring which leads to more efficiency and less maintenance because of less wear and tear.

    Fabrication of Multipurpose Refrigeration System
    This project idea aims for combining Air conditioner, Refrigerator and Water Cooler in a single unit with a compressor unit and evaporator unit. By using eco-friendly refrigerant ecological balance is maintained. Combined three devices work simultaneously to reduce running cost.

    Design and Fabrication of Smart Solar Cooker
    The objective of this project is to modify the traditional box type solar cooker to display temperature and message temperature of the cooker and condition of the food to the user’s mobile phone. It also has sun tracking system to collect maximum possible solar energy throughout the day.

    |==(( 2017-18 ))==|

    Fabrication of Active Air Suspension System
    This system provides the smoothest and most shock free ride of any of the known vehicle suspension system. The primary and piston airbags each have a variable volume that is controlled independently of the other for active suspension control.

    Fabrication of Portable & Adjustable Projector Stand
    Projector mounting system is fabricated, which can house the projector such that specific degree of freedom remain unconstrained and desirable motion for adjustment is obtained.

    Pedal Operated Hacksaw
    The pedal operated hacksaw machine, which runs on human power, works on the principle of the conversion of rotational motion to oscillatory motion is fabricated. Such devices can be used in remote areas where there is power distribution problem.

    Machining of Bamboo Fiber Composite
    Machining of fiber reinforced composites is dissimilar to conventional metals due to isotropic nature & in-homogeneity. The study utilizes the Taguchi L9 orthogonal array and optimal parameter settings were obtained for delamination factor of bamboo fiber composites.

    Design and fabrication of scrap collecting system
    A model of automatic scrap collecting system was fabricated for collecting the scrap which exists in the road; work station etc. in order to reduces the human effort and chances of human hazards.

    |==(( 2016-17 ))==|

    Electricity generation through height adjustable suspension unit
    This project focuses on the conversion of shock-up energy from the road surface to electrical energy via generator unit. The height adjustability of suspension is also taken into consideration, as variation in height of suspension system can alter the ground clearance of the vehicles as well as effective stroke length for power generation. This suspension can be effectively utilized and can be a cheaper alternative in mass production.

    Fabrication of Losses in Pipe Friction Apparatus
    This report presents computational investigation of turbulent flow inside a pipe. In this work, a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model of fully developed turbulent flow in a pipe is implemented with the help of ANSYS FLUENT 15.0 software and the variation of axial velocity and friction factor along the length of pipe is analysed. The fluid used for this purpose is water. The results obtained computationally are found in well agreement with the results obtained analytically.

    Analysis of thermal conductivity of composites
    This project presents a numerical, experimental and analytical investigation on the thermal conductivity enhancement of Blast furnace slag filled epoxy composites. In the numerical study, the experimental analysis is implemented to calculate the effective conductivity of the composite. A composite block of required dimension has been fabricated which has filler material blast furnace slag in the suitable percentage of volume. This study shows that the incorporation of blast furnace slag particulates results in the improvement of thermal conductivity of epoxy resin.

    Fabrication and analysis of thermoelectric refrigerator
    Thermoelectric refrigeration is new alternative because it can convert waste electricity into useful cooling, is expected to play an important role in meeting today’s energy challenges. The objective of this study is to design and develop a working thermoelectric refrigerator interior cooling volume of 5L that utilizes the Peltier effect to refrigerate and maintain a selected temperature from 7 °C to 22 °C.

    |==(( 2015-16 ))==|

    Pneumatic Hacksaw Machine
    This project focuses on the conversion of shock-up energy from the road surface to electrical energy via generator unit. The height adjustability of suspension is also taken into consideration, as variation in height of suspension system can alter the ground clearance of the vehicles as well as effective stroke length for power generation. This suspension can be effectively utilized and can be a cheaper alternative in mass production.

    Pneumatic sheet metal cutting machine
    The objective of the project was to fabricate sheet metal cutting machinewhich is simple in mechanism, easy operate and less space required.Hydraulic machines are also available for sheet metal cutting. But this method is used for only heavy metal cutting and its cost is very high. In this project, Pneumatic system for sheet metal cutting is presented. It is operated by a pneumatic hand lever of two ways control valve.Control valve is operated by a compressor.
    UV and gamma ray induced Mechanoluminescience on Sr2 SiO4:Eu2+,Dy3+ phosphor Photoluminescence study of Sr2SiO4: Dy3+­ doped phosphor which is synthesized by solid state reaction method. Synthesized phosphor was characterized by XRD, SEM and PL analysis. From the XRD pattern structural analysis and crystallite size was calculated. The spectrophotometric determination of prepared phosphor was calculated by CIE technique. The prepared phosphor is suitable for blue-green emission for display applications.

    Experimental test rig of Heat Pump
    The objective of our project was to design and fabricate the Heat Pump Experimental Test Rig and to estimate the coefficient of performance. An air to air heat pump experimental test rig was fabricated.Refrigerant R134a was used as a heat carrying substance. The test rig contains the Reciprocating Compressor of capacity ¼th ton and fin & tube type heat exchangers. The operating cycle on which our test rig works is vapour compression cycle. The actual result obtained is approximately within the range of theoretical values.

    Optimization of cutting parameters for MRR and Machining Power by DOE
    The productivity and quality are two important characteristics those control most of the manufacturing processes. In this study, quality of machined surfaces in turning operation is optimized through Taguchi method.Factorial designs (DOE) methodology, is applied to optimize the cutting parameters in vertical CNC milling machine while machining AISI4340 alloysteel, hardness 350 HB with coated carbide tool.