Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

  • About Course
  • PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • PROGRAMME OUTCOMES
  • Laboratories
  • Research
  • Achievements
  • Faculty
  • Events
  • Conferences
  • Journal
  • Syllabus
  • Course OutComes

About Course

Mechanical Engineering is mother of all engineering. It is the first step to learn that follow all other engineering. It provides a student to learn the design, analysis of complex problems, basic concepts of engineering fundamentals, energy and its generation and working of machinery, hence it is the most important branch of engineering.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

  1. To produce quality engineers who pursue careers as practicing mechanical engineers in core mechanical or allied industries worldwide.
  2. To prepare graduates to meet the expectations of modern industries for catering the proliferating demand and rising quality standards.
  3. To produce responsible engineers capable of conducting sustainable, environment-friendly, innovative research and development in advanced domains.
  4. To prepare young engineering graduates to serve the society better by practicing professional leadership roles with a commitment to lifelong learning.
  5. To produce engineering graduates with a strong will and attitude to excel through the challenges in all walks of life.

Program outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  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.  

PSO (Program Specific Outcome)

  1. PSO1: Apply their knowledge in real time applications and automation by using advanced engineering tools and multidisciplinary approaches.
  2. PSO2: Implement new concepts on product design and development by using modern techniques, while ensuring the use of most appropriate manufacturing methods.
  3. PSO3: Enhance the knowledge in different administrative and management skills through the use of appropriate software.

Laboratories

Fluid Mechanics lab (RCE 353)

After completing student will be able to:

  1. Develop procedure for standardization of experiments
  2. Calibrate flow discharge measuring device used in pipes channels and tanks.
  3. Determine fluid and flow properties.
  4. Study the Characteristic behavior of fluid flow i.e. laminar flow and turbulent flows.
  5. Compute coefficient of discharge and coefficient of velocity.
  6. Study the boundary layer concept over a flat plate.
Material Science & Testing Lab (RME 351)

After completing:

  1. Students will be able to design basic experiments and prepare laboratory reports describing the processes and results of experiments.
  2. Students will be able to determine various parameters and attributes related to mechanical properties of materials through both destructive and non-destructive techniques.
  3. Students will be able to conduct experiments on standard equipment themselves and to quantitatively determine various properties of materials through such experiments.
  4. Students will be able to classify and eventually select an engineering material on the basis of properties desired and applications.
Element of Mechanical Engineering Lab (RME 151)

After completing:

  1. Students will be able to design basic experiments and prepare laboratory reports describing the processes and results of experiments.
  2. Students will be able to determine various parameters and attributes related to mechanical properties of materials through destructive techniques.
  3. Students will be able to conduct experiments on standard equipment themselves and to quantitatively determine various properties of materials through such experiments.
  4. Students will be able to understand the operation and working of boiler and also the working of internal combustion engine.
Thermodynamics Lab (RME 352)

After completing student will be able:

  1. To understand the working of Fire tube and Water tube boilers.
  2. To explain the working of Two stroke Petrol/Diesel engines.
  3. To explain the working of Four stroke Petrol/Diesel engines.
  4. To understand the working of Steam Engine.
  5. To analyze heat balance sheet for Petrol test rig.
  6. To explain the working of Impulse and Reaction turbine.
Manufacturing Science & Technology I Lab (RME 452)

After completing:

  1. Students will be able to explain metal forming operation like Forging and rolling.
  2. Students will be able to design and prepare pattern, carry out moulding and casting process in order to make a component.
  3. Students will be able to differentiate Blanking and Piercing operation by performing these operations on press machine.
  4. Students will be able to understand the application of Jigs and fixtures in machining, welding and other operations.
Measurement and Metrology Lab (RME 451)

After completing student will be able to:

  1. To understand the basic measurement units and able to calibrate various measuring devices.
  2. To express error and correction factors of various measuring devices.
  3. To use measuring tools such as Sine Bar, Slip Gauges, Bevel Protractor, Stroboscope, Dial Indicator.
  4. Understand the basic principles of measurement instrumentation, working of transducers Tachometers.
  5. Understand the Limits, Fits, Interchange ability and Selective assembly.
Design and Simulation I Lab (RME 551)

After completing student will be able:

  1. To design various types of joints like cotter and knuckle.
  2. To know the design process for components subjected to different types of static loads.
  3. To know how to design a mechanical component subjected to fluctuating load.
  4. To the process to design different types of couplings.
  5. To how to design springs for various uses.
Heat & Mass Transfer Lab(RME 552)

After completing student will be able to:

  1. Learn the basic concept of conduction, convection and radiation heat transfer.
  2. Understand how to heat flow in solid and fluid medium.
  3. Developed empirical correlations for both forced and free convection for determine the value of convection heat transfer coefficient.
  4. Experimental recognize basic concept of the radiation heat transfer for black and grey body
  5. Experimental analyze the thermal analysis and sizing of Heat exchangers and to understand the mode of mass transfer.
Manufacturing Science& Technology-II Lab (RME 553)

After completing:

  1. Students will be able to explain basic principle, constructional details and types of operations performed on lathe, milling, shaper and drilling machine.
  2. Students will be able to describe and differentiate arc welding, gas welding and resistance welding and their applications.
  3. Students will be able to apply single point and multi point cutting tools in making different jobs like threaded bolt and spur gear in various machine tools.
  4. Student will be able to select a suitable machining operation and welding process in order to make a component
Automobile Engineering & I C Engine Lab (NME 752)

After completing student will be able to:

  1. Describe, and demonstrate various Automobile components and system which include Engine components and lighting system.
  2. Understand and explain the automobile suspension system & different type of steering system.
  3. Describe the principle and working of fuel injection system and Ignition system, cooling and lubrication system.
  4. Differentiate between clutch, gear box, rear axle drives, fluid flywheel, and torque converter, of differential gear box in automobile.
  5. Describe the various types of braking system and its component in automobile vehicle.
Fluid Machinery Lab (RME 651)

After completing student will be able to:

  1. Learn concept of momentum equation.
  2. Develop procedure for standardization of experiments.
  3. Determine fluid flow rate and pressure.
  4. Check the performance of pumps and turbines under variable conditions.
  5. Provide the students knowledge in calculating performance analysis in turbines and pumps.
Design and Simulation II Lab (RME 653)

After completing student will be able to:

  1. To become familiar with the basics of C and C++ programming languages.
  2. To know how to write the simple programme for various machine components.
  3. They are able to know how to run and validate the design output of a machine component.
  4. Through mini project, the students come to know how to design IC Engines parts
  5. The students get the overall exposure to design process of various mechanical components
Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Lab (RME 654)

After completing student will be able to:

  1. Understand the principles and applications of refrigeration systems.
  2. Understand vapor compression refrigeration system and identify methods for performance improvement.
  3. Study the working principles of Simple vapor compression refrigeration systems.
  4. Analyze air-conditioning processes using the principles of psychometric
  5. Study the working principles of Hermetically sealed compressor
CAD/CAM Lab (NME 751)

After completing student will be able to:

  1. To find the roots of a polynomial by using Newton-Raphson methods with programming language C++.
  2. To find various design sizes by using design formulae with the help of computer program..
  3. To generate line and curves using various line/curve drawing algorithm
  4. To transform various geometric identities
  5. To be familiar with various features, compatibilities benefits of CNC machines over ordinary machine.
  6. To simulate and validate job profiles on CNC simulation software
  7. To make simple programs and jobs on SIMURIC controlled CNC turning machine.
  8. To perform operations on FANUC controlled CNC drilling milling turning machines.
Computer Aided Engg. graphics Lab (RCE 151)

After completing, student will be able to:

  1. Understanding of the visual aspects of engineering design.
  2. Understanding of engineering graphics standards and solid modelling
  3. Effective communication through graphics.
  4. Applying modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  5. Applying computer- aided geometric design
  6. Analysis of Isometric views
  7. Creating working drawings
COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DRAWING-I Lab (RME 353)
  1. The student should understand the meaning of various lines and symbols used in drawings.
  2. The student can produce the orthographic projections of the parts.
  3. The student should be able to reproduce the drawings, sizes and shapes of mechanical components
  4. The student should capable of put his ideas to others by producing drawings using AutoCAD Software.
COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DRAWING-II Lab (RME 453)

After completing, student will be able to:

  1. Capable of using the various engineering drafting and modeling software’s.
  2. Understand various types of fits, tolerances and surface finish etc.
  3. Produce assembly drawings and showing relationship in mating parts.
  4. Understand various symbols and marking on drawing for welded, riveted and bolted joints,
  5. Produce parts models of mechanical components like plumber block, vice, screw jack, tailstock, valves etc.
Workshop (RME 152)

After completing, student will be able to:

  1. Study and practice on machine tools and their operations
  2. Practice on manufacturing of components using workshop trades including fitting, carpentry, foundry and welding
  3. Identify and apply suitable tools for machining processes including turning,facing, thread cutting and tapping
  4. Welding and soldering operations
  5. Apply basic electrical engineering knowledge for house wiring practice
Theory of Machine Lab (RME 653)

After completing :

  1. Students will be able to grasp the working principle of gyroscope.
  2. Students will be able to understand the dynamic analysis of slider crank mechanism.
  3. Students will be able to perform the static and dynamic balancing
  4. Students will be able to study the cam analysis machine
  5. Students will be able to understand the universal governor and universal vibration apparatus.
SAP ERP Lab

After completing:

  1. Students will be able to understand the fundamental of SAP ERP software.
  2. Students will be able to learn navigation of SAP ERP.
  3. Students will be able to develop the reports of various modules of SAP ERP.
  4. Students will be able to develop and analyze the DBMS.
  5. Students will be able to create data and enhance the business.
SIEMENS PLM

After completing:

  1. Trainee will be able to design basic models through utilization of SOLIDEDGE and NX CAD
  2. Trainee will be able to design and construct complicated and intricate details of a 3D model.
  3. Trainee will be able to work in all environments of SOLIDEDGE with an expertise in Graphic User Interface
  4. Trainee will be able to analyze and simulate the 3D model constructed in SOLIEDGE using simulation tools such as FEMAP and NASTRAN
  5. Trainee will be able to take a real life project and complete it all aspects
FESTO

After completing:

  1. Trainee will be able to design basic pneumatic circuits through utilization of FESTO Trainer Kit.
  2. Trainee will be able to design and construct complicated and intricate details of a pneumatic circuits using FluidSim Software
  3. Trainee will be able to work in all environments of Simatic Manager PLC Software with pneumatic components with an expertise.
  4. Trainee will be able to analyze and simulate the Industrial application model constructed on MPS Station using CIROS Software.
  5. Trainee will be able to take a real life project and complete it all aspects
BOSCH-MIET JOINT CERTIFICATION CENTRE:

After completing:

  1. Trainee will be able to understand the fundamental of internal combustion engine.
  2. Trainee will be able to understand design of diesel fuel pumps, identify their faults and calibrate them on calibration test bench.
  3. Trainee will be able to understand design of various electrical components such as starter, battery and alternator, identify their faults and rectify them on electrical test bench.
  4. Trainee will be able to identify different sensors present in a vehicle, their communication with ECM and diagnose faults of ECM through OBD tool and rectify them.
  5. Trainee will be able to analyze working of HVAC system of an automobile, diagnose various problems and service the HVAC system using ACS 261 machine.
  6. Trainee will be able to evaluate reasons of tire wear and perform balancing and alignment of wheels.
  7. Trainee will be able to identify real life problems in automotives and troubleshoot them effectively.

Research

Research Paper Published in Journal Research Paper Published in Conferences

Achievements

Research Fund/ Grants

S.No. Project Name PI and Co-Pi Amount Funding Agency Status
1 Mittal Rubbers, Meerut Usman Ali Mittal Rubbers, Meerut   completed
2 Characterization of PVA Based Crosslinked Composites Reinforced with Functionalized nanoparticles/ Fibers Dr Naman jain (PI) Nomendra Tomer(Co-PI) 3, 00, 000/- AKTU Lucknow Ongoing
3 Design and fabrication of AI-based controlled environment tubular furnace of maximum working temperature 1200?C Dr. Siddartha Jain (PI) Dr. B N Tripathi (Co-PI) 3, 00, 000/- AKTU Lucknow Ongoing
4 [1]   International Travel Grant to visit Salt Lake City, Utah, USA for IMECE-11122, ASMEon 11-14 November 2019 from SERB ( ITS/2019/005121 ), DST India. [2]   Improving living condition of Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan Travel Grant to USA SERB, DST Closed
5 SC communities using paddy waste (Parali) for energy generation and organic farming, DST, SEED/SCSP/2018/5- Rupees Fifty Lakh, 2 years (2019-2021), Role-PI. Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan  50,00,000/- SEED, DST  Accepted
6 [3]   Project grant Integrated approach towards socio-economic development of ST community in Himachal Pradesh, DST, SEED/TITE/2018/55, Rupees Sixty two lakhs seventy one thousand only, 3 years(2019-2022), (Presentation- Revision-Bank Detail, PFMS etc. Communicated),Role-PI. Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan  62,71,000/- SEED, DST  Accepted

Patents

1. Application Number-201911041108, Applicant Name-Sunil Kumar Mahla Geetesh Goga, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan, Amit Dhir, Haeng Muk Cho, Yogesh Kalia. Title of Invention-Influence of Biogas Mass Flow Rate and Rice Bran Based Biodiesel With Diesel on A Dual Fuel Engine

2. Application Number-201911049523, Applicant Name –Nomendra Tomar, Meerut Institute of Engineering & Technology, Awani Bhushan, Swapan Suman, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan. Title of Invention-High speed cutting pressurized coolent flow internal cooling drill bit.

3. Application Number-201811022703, Applicant Name –Deepak Mittal, Title of Invention: Pressure Controlled Switch Assembly for Liquid Storage Vessel.

4. 1. Application Number-201911049523, Applicant Name –Nomendra Tomar, Meerut Institute of Engineering & Technology, Awani Bhushan, Swapan Suman, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan. Title of Invention-High speed cutting pressurized coolent flow internal cooling drill bit.

Faculty

faculty
Dr. MAYANK GARG
Designation Professor
Graduation B.E.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Post graduation M.E.( PAPER TECHNOLOGY)
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 13 years
Research experience 08 years
Industrial experience 06 years
Email id mayank.garg@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Paper Recycling 
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Dr. Yogendra Mohan Agarwal
Designation Professor
Graduation B.Tech.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Post graduation M.Tech.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 27 years
Research experience 05 years
Industrial experience 02 years
Email id yogendra.agarwal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production, Quality control
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Dr. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan
Designation Professor
Graduation AMIE (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Post graduation M.E. (Thermal Engineering)
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 14 years
Research experience 10 years
Industrial experience NIL
Email id bhupendra.chauhan@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Renewable Energy, IC Engines, Biofuela
More Details Post DoC, PNU, South Korea, 12 SCI journal Papers in International, 730 Scopus citation, 1030 Google Scholar Citation, 25 Scopus and other index Journals, 21 International Conferences,12 Book, 1 Patent, 9 funding from DST, DRDO etc, 15 awards international and national, 8 scholarships, 2 Phd Guidance completed, 23 awards, achievements and recognitions
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Dr. TUSHAR JAIN
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.TECH (HONS) (VBS PURVANCHAL UNIVERSITY)
Post graduation M.TECH (UPTU LUCKNOW CAMPUS)
Doctorate Ph.D (N.I.T. KURUKSHETRA)
Teaching experience 19 Years
Industrial experience Nil
Research experience 6 years
Email id tushar.jain@miet.ac.in
Area of interest MECHANICAL ENGG
More Details 26 Papers in International Journals/Conferences of repute
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Mr.PIYUSH GUPTA
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.E.(Mech..Engg.)(NAGPUR UNIVERSITY.)
Post graduation M.TECH (UPTU CAMPUS LUCKNOW)
Doctorate Pursuing (DCRUST SONIPAT) THERMAL ENGG.
Teaching experience 18 Years
Industrial experience 2 Years
Research experience 5 Years
Email id PIYUSH.GUPTA@MIET.AC.IN
Area of interest FLUID ENGINEERING
More Details 5 Papers in International Journals/Conferences of repute
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Dr. PARDEEP KUMAR
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.TECH (KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY)
Post graduation M.TECH(N.I.T. KURUKSHETRA)
Doctorate Ph.D (N.I.T. KURUKSHETRA)
Teaching experience 10 Years
Industrial experience 1 Year
Email id pardeep.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest INDUSTRIAL & THERMAL ENGINEERING
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Mr. DINESH KUMAR
Designation Associate Professor & Head
Graduation B.E MECHANICAL ENGG.(BIT SINDRI)
Post graduation M.TECH ( NIT JAMSHEDPUR)
Doctorate PURSUING (IIT DELHI)
Teaching experience 20 Years
Research Experience 6 Years
Email id dinesh.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest SOM.TOM,M/C DESIGN,MV & CM.
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Dr. Ansar Ali sk
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation BE ( Karnatak University
Post graduation M.Tech ( UPTU, Lucknow)
Doctorate SHUATS, Allahabad
Teaching experience 16 Years
Industrial experience 03 Years
Research experience 03 Years
Email id ansar.ali@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Thermal Engineering.
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Dr. Siddharth Jain
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.E
Post graduation M.E
Doctorate Ph.D(IIT Roorkee)
Teaching experience 11 Years
Research experience 05 years
Industrial experience 05 years
Email id siddhartha.jain@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production, Material Science
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Mr. SANTOSH KUMAR RAI
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering
Post graduation M.Tech. (IIIT Jabalpur) (Mechanical Engineering)
Doctorate Pursuing (IIIT Jabalpur) (Thermal and Fluid Engineering)
Teaching experience 6.5 year
Research experience 2 Years
Industrial experience 0.5 Months
Email id santosh.rai@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Thermal and Fluid Engineering, CFD and Nuclear Reactor
More Details Python, ML, AI, Neural language processing(NLP), Sentimental analysis, data science, MATLAB, Fortran, Solid work and ANSYS
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Mr.RAHUL SHARMA
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH. (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.TECH. (SITE MEERUT UNIVERSITY)
Teaching experience 9.5 Years
Email id rahul.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest SAP, ERPsim, Strength of material, Mechanical Vibration
More Details Solid Edge ST, ANSYS
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Mr. MOHD. MUSTAFA SAIFY
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH. (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.TECH. (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Teaching experience 9 Years
Email id mustufa.saify@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Thermal, Hydraulics,FESTO Automation Trainer
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Mr. ANKUR VERMA
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH.(AUTOMOBILE ENGG.)
Post graduation M.TECH (THERMAL ENGG.)
Teaching experience 8.5 Years
Email id ankur.verma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Automobile Engineering ,NCER, IC Engines, Bio Fuels
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Mr. Mahendra Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH. (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.TECH. (KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY)
Teaching experience 7 Years
Email id mahendra.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Thermal & Production Engineering
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Mr.MANISH KUMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (BBDNITM ,LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.Tech (N.C.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING)
Teaching experience 9.5 Years
Email id manish.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Manufacturing Science, Engineering Mechanics,Production
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Mr. ANKIT SHARMA
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.Tech (SUBHARTI UNIVERSITY)
Doctorate Pursuing (Industry 4.0 / SRM University) 
Teaching experience 9 Years
Industrial experience 1 Year
Email id ankit.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production Engineering, Material Science, Mechanical Vibrations
More Details  Year and Placement Coordinator, NBA Coordinator
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Mr. VIPIN KUMAR SHARMA
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (MIET MEERUT UPTU)
Post graduation M.Tech (KIET GHAZIABAD UPTU)
Doctorate Ph.D PURSUING FROM THAPAR UNIVERSITY ,PATIALA
Teaching experience  9 years 6 months
Email id vipin.k.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Material Science, Metrology, HMT
More Details  Placement Coordinator
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Mr. SHAILENDRA KUMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.E., (Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur)
Post graduation M TECH (National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur)
Doctorate Ph D (Pursuing from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi)
Teaching experience 14 Years
Entrepreneurship Experience 3 Years
Email id shailendra.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest FMS,CAD,CAM, Mechatronics, CNC, Automobile
More Details 18 International Publications
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Ms. Neha Dixit
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.tech (MIET MEERUT UPTU)
Post graduation M.Tech(Kurukshetra University,kurukshetra) 
Teaching experience 4 Years 6 Months
Email id neha.dixit@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production and industrial engineering
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Mr. SANDEEP KUMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech.(Mechanical Engineering) UPTU
Post graduation M.Tech.(Manufacturing Technology) NIT Jalandhar
Teaching experience 4.5 Years
Industrial experience 2 Years
Email id sandeep.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Manufacturing Technology,I.C Engine
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Mr. Mudit Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.Tech (MEWAR UNIVERSITY)
Teaching experience 10.5 years
Research experience 2 Years
Email id mudit.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production Engineering
More Details 2 Papers in international journal
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Mr. Rahul Tyagi
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH (UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation M.Tech (MNIT JAIPUR)
Doctorate Ph.D pursuing
Teaching experience 5 Years
Email id rahul.tyagi@miet.ac.in
Area of interest FLUID MECHANICS, PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
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Mr.Shwetanshu Gaurav
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH.(UPTU LUCKNOW)
Post graduation ME Hear(Thermal) power engg
Teaching experience 2.5 Years
Email id shwetanshu.gaurav@miet.ac.in
Area of interest HMT ,RAC, Material Science
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Mr. MADHUR KUMAR DUBEY
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (Mechanical Technology)
Teaching experience 10 years
Email id madhur.dubey@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production Engineering, MATERIAL SCIENCE,Engineering Mechanics, Fluid machinery, Theory of Machines
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Mr. NITESH KUMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. (UTU)
Post graduation M.Tech. (GBPEC)
Teaching experience 6.5 years
Email id nitesh.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
More Details Solid Edge ST 10, ANSYS ,TWO RESEARCH PAPERS
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Mr. NOMENDRA TOMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) UPTU Lucknow
Post graduation M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering.) SVUMP
Doctorate Perusing from IIT Delhi Applied Mechanics Department
Teaching experience 8 Years
Research Experience working on project thermal acoustic refrigeration under Guidance prof. S Kasthurirangan ( chairman, Cryogenic Department, iisc Bangalore ) funded by government of India since 2015
Industrial experience 4 Years
Email id nomendra.tomar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Cryogenics
More Details auto cad & pro-e, Two research paper
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Mr. GAURANG DEEP
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (UPTU, Lucknow)
Post graduation M.Tech (Punjab University, Chandigarh)
Doctorate  Ph.D. (DTU Delhi, Pursuing)
Teaching experience 10 Years
Industrial experience 2 Years
Email id gaurang.deep@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Design and Production Engineering
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Dr. Kamal Singh Rawat
Designation Asst. Professor
Graduation B.TECH.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Post graduation M.TECH. (Thermal Engineering)
Doctorate Ph.D(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Teaching experience 2.5 years
Research experience 04 years
Industrial experience -
Email id kamal.rawat@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Refrigeration, Thermal Engineering, CFD 
More Details Journal Paper -10, Conference- 10
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Dr. Naman Jain
Designation Asst. Professor
Graduation B.TECH.(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)
Post graduation M.TECH. (Design & Production Engg)
Doctorate Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering)
Teaching experience 1.3 years
Industrial experience  
Research experience 3 years
Email id naman.jain@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Bio-composites, Material Characterization
More Details 18 research papers (6-SCI, 5-Scopus), 1 Book & 3 Book Chapter
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Dr. Saumya Shah
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (Applied Mechanics)
Doctorate Ph.D (Machine Design)
Teaching experience 3.5 years
Research experience  5 years
Email id saumya.shah@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Fracture Mechanics,Composites, FEM 
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Dr. Durga Prasad
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech(Mechanical-Computer Integrated Manufacturing)
Doctorate Ph.D. (MMMUT Gorakhpur)
Teaching experience 10.5 years
Research experience  5 years
Email id durga.prasad @miet.ac.in
Area of interest Production, Automation
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Dr. Awani Bhushan
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Doctorate Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering)
Teaching experience 3 years
Research experience  3 years
Email id awani.bhushan@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Fracture Mechanics, Finite Element Analysis Strength of materials, Machine Design. 
More Details 07 SCI journal Papers in International Journals, 8 Conference Papers of Reputed International conferences and 01 Book chapter in springers-nature Publisher. 
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Dr. Swapan Suman
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation Ranchi University (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation IIT (ISM) Dhanbad
Doctorate IIT (ISM) Dhanbad
Teaching experience-  
Research experience 13 years
Email id swapan.suman@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Energy & Combustion, Biomass to Bio-energy Conversion, Thermal Engineering, Fuel Processing Technology and Power Plant Engineering
More Details 01 Patent, 07 SCI journal Papers in International Journals, 01 Scopus, 3 Conference Papers of Reputed International conferences and 01 Book chapter in InTech Open Publisher
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Mr. DEEPAK MITTAL
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (Product Design And Development.)
Doctorate N/A
Teaching experience 1 years
Research experience  -
Email id Deepak.mittal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Product Design, Automation and control 
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  1. Dr. HeeChang Lim, Professor, Pusan National University, Busan, South Korea on 08/01/2020   News Gallery

    Dr. HeeChang Lim visited MIET campus on 08/01/2020. He gave a presentation to MIET faculties and also talked to the students of MIET and agreed to take students in his research lab for future study. He planted a tree of friendship in the campus.
    Honourable chairman sir Shri Vishnusaran and honourable vice chairman sir facilitated him with memento and gift. Prof. (Dr.) Mayank Agarwal (Director MIET) also signed a M.O.U. with Research Institute For Future Wind Energy Technology of Busan National University, South Korea.
    Prof. (Dr.) Bhupendra Singh Chauhan and faculty members of MIET were present on the occasion.

  2. Dr, Jaydip Mehta, Director of GOP, Namseol University
    Dr. David O'Flaherty, Director, Strategic Planning, he University of Suwan
    Dr. Eugene Yeo, FTA Advisor, Chungbuk Province Export
    Visit MIET on 15th and 16th January 2020

    They addressed the students for opportunities in Korea for higher studies and research. They planted the tree of friendship between MIET and Namseoul University and University of Suwon.. They agreed to open Korean language centre at MIET and also formulate a M.O.U. for joint work in the near future.
    Honourable chairman sir Shri Vishnusaran and honourable vice chairman sir facilitated them with mementos and gifts. Professor (Dr.) Mayank Agarwal (Director MIET) suggested the possible ways of collaboration with MIET for future. Prof. (Dr.) Bhupendra Singh Chauhan and faculty members of MIET were present on the occasion. The visit ended with successful and positive node.

International Conference

  1. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan “Environmental Impact of Electric and Biodiesel Car- A Review”, for ICARI 2019, 20 January 2019, IE (India), Delhi state center, Delhi, India, ISBN-978-93-5346-324-3.
  2. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan “Preventive andPredictive Maintenance of Automobile”,for ICARI 2019, 20 January 2019, IE (India), Delhi state center, Delhi, India, ISBN-978-93-5346-324-3.
  3. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan “Performance and emission characteristics of a diesel engine using rice bran oil methyl esters”, for ICARI 2019, 20 January 2019, IE (India), Delhi state center, Delhi, India, ISBN-978-93-5346-324-3.
  4. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan “Performance and emission characteristics of a diesel engine fueled with blends of diesel and n-butanol”, for ICARI 2019, 20 January 2019, IE (India), Delhi state center, Delhi, India, ISBN-978-93-5346-324-3.
  5. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan “Performance and emission characteristics of adual fuel engine fueled with diesel and biogas”, for ICARI 2019, 20 January 2019, IE (India), Delhi state center, Delhi, India, ISBN-978-93-5346-324-3.
  6. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan “Numerical Investigation on Critical Velocity of Ice Slurry Flow” in ICFTMM2019, 8th November, Delhi Technical Campus, Greater Noida.
  7. Bhupendra Singh Chauhan “Modeling of Ice Slurry Flow through Bend Pipe” in ICFTMM2019, 8th November, Delhi Technical Campus, Greater Noida.
  8. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Design of machine vision system for automated inspection in robotics”. International Conference of Recent Trends and Innovations in Mechanical Engineering (ICRTIME2018), at Krishna Institute of Engineering and Technology, Muradnagar, Ghaziabad pp. 53, 20-21 July 2018.
  9. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Automated recognition of mechanical parts with machine vision system”, International Conference on Advances in Business and Engineering Sustainability (ABES) 2018 at ABES Ghaziabad, 27-28 March
  10. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H K SardanaMachine vision system for industrial parts recognition”. International Conference on Advanced Research and Innovation in Engineering (ICARIE-2017) at Meerut Institute of Technology, Meerut, INDIA 26-27 August
  11. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana,Machine vision system with industrial automation and applications: The Mechanical perspective”, NIET Journal of Engineering & Technology, 17-21, 2015.
  12. Tushar Jain and Meenu, Impact of machine vision system in industrial automation”, International Conference on Manufacturing Excellence (MANFEX-2012) at Amity University, Noida, pp. 3-8, 29 -30 March
  13. Tushar Jain and Meenu, “The strength and dilemmas of organizational integration through computerization”, National Conference on Manufacturing Excellence (MANFEX-2011) at Amity University, Noida, pp. 51-54, 03-04 March
  14. Tushar Jain and Meenu, “Statistical pattern recognition and neural networks: a comparativestudy”,National Conference on Emerging Technologies in VLSI (NCETVLSI-2011) at Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut pp. 119- 124, 18 September 2011.
  15. Tushar Jain and Meenu, “Statistical pattern recognition and neural networks: a comparativestudy”,National Conference on Emerging Technologies in VLSI (NCETVLSI-2011) at Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut pp. 119- 124, 18 September 2011.
  16. Tushar Jain and Meenu, “Computer vision and image processing: a new tool for industrial automation”, National Conference on Computer Engineering and Information Technology at NITTTR, Chandigarh pp 224-229 22-23 March 2012.
  17. Tushar Jain and Meenu, “Computer vision: an enterprise of industrial automation and integration”. International Conference on Advances in Modelling and Advanced Computing (AMOC-2011) at IIT, Roorkee 05-07 December 2011.

International Conference Publication

  1. Singh A, Goyal A, Dhiman S, Sharma RK, Kumar SAnalysis of cutting force with respect to cutting parameters when EN-38 MS is machined with PCBN insert”, proceedings of International Conference on Smart Technologies for Mechanical Engineering, Delhi Technical University, Delhi, 25-26 Oct 2013
  2. Goyal A, Kumar S, Dhiman S, Sharma RK, “A study of analytical models of heat generation at three different zones in metal cutting”, proceedings of 3rd International Conference on “Production and Industrial Engineering” National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, 29-31 Mar 2013
  3. Kumar S, Kumar M, Shamsher, Prakash O, “Effect of knowledge management on organizational growth”, proceedings of 14th ISME International Conference on Mechanical Engineering in Knowledge Age” Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi on 12-14 Dec 2005
  4. Tewari L. Reddy LVR, Kumar S, “The problem of the new millennium e-waste”, proceedings of International Conference Decentralize approach on Waste to Energy Malaviya Regional Engineering College, Jaipur, 1-3 Mar 2002.

National Conference Publication

  1. Kumar S, Kumar M, “An experimental setup to locate center of gravity of human body”, proceedings of National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering” Engineering College Kota, Kota, 18-19 Mar 2006

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international journal publication-19-20

  1. “Effect of varying biogas mass flow rate on performance and emission characteristics of a diesel engine fuelled with blends of n-butanol and diesel”, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, org/10.1007/s10973-019-09055-1, (2019),1-14, Geetesh Goga, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan, Sunil Kumar Mahla, Amit Dhir, Haeng Muk Cho(Impact Factor 2.471)
  2. “Influence of diesel, biodiesel, and n-butanol fuel blends on performance and emission characteristics of a dual fuel engine using varying mass flow rates of biogas”, Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, (In Press-UESO-2019-1431). Authors: Geetesh Goga , Sunil Kumar Mahla, Varun Singla, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan , Amit Dhir (Impact Factor 0.555)
  3. “Trend and time series analysis by ARIMA model to predict the emissions and performance characteriatics of biogas fuelled compression ignition engine”,Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects,org/10.1080/15567036.2019.1670286. Authors: Sunil Kumar Mahla, Kulwinder Singh Parmar, Jujhar Singh, Amit Dhir, Sarbjot Singh Sandhu, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan (Impact Factor 0.555)
  4. “Combined impact of varying biogas mass flow rate and rice bran methyl esters blended with diesel on a dual fuel engine”,Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, doi.org/10.1080/15567036.2019.1623948. Authors: Geetesh Goga, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan*, Sunil Kumar Mahla, Haeng Muk Cho, Amit Dhir (Impact Factor 0.555)
  5. “Effect of compression ratio on combustion, performance, and emission characteristics of compression ignition engine fueled with palm (B20) biodiesel blend”, Energy, 178 (2019), 676-674. Authors: PaliRosha, Saroj Kumar Mohapatra, Sunil Kumar Mahla, HaengMuk Cho, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan, AmitDhir (Impact Factor 5.537).
  6. “Performance and emission characteristics of diesel engine fuelled with rice bran biodiesel and n-butanol”, Energy Report, 5 (2019) 78-83. Authors: Geetesh Goga, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan*, Sunil Kumar Mahla, Haeng Muk Cho (Impact Factor 3.83)
  7. “Live Monitoring For Forensic Artifacts from IM Messenger Packets Using Freeware”, International Journal of Advance Research and Innovation, 7(2), (2019) 94-97. Authors: Sankarshana Kadambari, Bhupendra Singh Chauhan, Mohit Soni
  8. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Unmanned machine vision system for automated recognition of mechanical parts”, International Journal of Intelligent Unmanned Systems, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 184-196. (Emerald Publishing UK) Clarivate Analytics (SCI Journal SCOPUS Indexed)
  9. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Quality edge extraction of mechanical CAD objects for intelligent manufacturing”. International Journal of Process Management and Benchmarking,10, No.1 2020. (Inderscience Publishers UK) SCOPUS (Elsevier) Indexed
  10. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Mechanical CAD parts recognition for industrial automation”. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, 78, pp.341- 349, 2018. Springer Singapore (SCOPUS Indexed)
  11. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Robust active vision industrial CAD parts recognition system”, International Journal of Intelligent Machines and Robotics, 1, No. 1, pp. 16-33, 2018. (Inderscience Publishers UK)
  12. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Development of machine vision system for automated mechanical objects recognition”, International Journal of Intelligent Machines and Robotics,Vol. 1, No.2,pp.140-152, 2017. (Inderscience Publishers UK)
  13. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H K Sardana “Robust Industrial Vision System for Mechanical Parts Recognition”. International Journal of Intelligent Machines and Robotics, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 122-132, 2017. (Inderscience Publishers UK)
  14. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Easily accessible machine vision automation system”, Journal of Mechatronics, 2017. (American Scientific Publishers, USA)
  15. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Industrial CAD parts boundary detection”, Journal of Computational Intelligence and Electronic Systems, (American Scientific Publishers, USA)
  16. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Design of computer vision system for objects recognition in automation industries”. Global Journal of Enterprise Information System, 10, No. 1,pp. 86-90, 2018. (SCOPUS Indexed)
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  18. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Design of machine vision system for automated inspection in robotics”. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, (SCOPUS Indexed)
  19. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Automated recognition of mechanical parts with machine vision system”, Journal of Experimental and Applied Mechanics, (UGC Approved)
  20. Tushar Jain, Meenu and H. K. Sardana, “Machine vision system for industrial parts recognition”, International Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing Sciences, 7,No. 1, pp. 51-57, 2017. (UGC Approved)
  21. Tushar Jain and Meenu, “Automation and integration of industries through computer vision systems”, International Journal of Information and Computation Technology, 3, No. 9, pp. 963-970,2013.
  22. Piyush Gupta,”Shell side CFD Analysis of small STHX with elliptical tubes’, International Journal of performabilty engineering pp 2904-2304 sep 2019
  23. Thermal Design of Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger using Elliptical Tube (International journal of Engg. And Manufacturing science ISSN- 2249-3115 Vol 7, No 1 -2017)
  24. Experimental Investigation of Heat transfer By Electrically Heated Rectangular Surface (International Research Journal of Engg. And Tech. eISSN 2395-0056 Vol 4 Issue 7 ,July 2017)
  25. Identification of the Size and thickness of the Coating of a Homogeneous material on a Hard Metal Block ,International journal for Scientific research development. Vol 5 ,Issue 06, June 2017)

Course Outcomes

Third Semester

FLUID MECHANICS (RCE 303)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Outline the Newton’s law of viscosity & Explain the mechanics of fluids at rest and in motion by observing the the fluid phenomenon and Know the concept of laminar and turbulent flow
  2. Estimate force of buoyancy on a partially or fully submerged body and Examine the stability of a floating body and Describe the concept of laminar and turbulent flow
  3. Derive Euler’s Equation of motion and Apply it to deduce Bernoulli’s equation
  4. Analyze energy losses in pipe transitions and sketch energy gradient lines
  5. "Evaluate pressure drop in pipe flow using Hagen-Poiseuille’s equation for laminar flow in a pipe
Material Science (RME 301)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Analyze the Structure of materials at different levels, basic concepts of crystalline materials like unit cell, FCC, BCC, HCP, APF ,Co-ordination Number etc.
  2. Understand concept of mechanical behavior of materials and calculations of same using appropriate equations.
  3. Explain the concept of phase & phase diagram & understand the basic terminologies associated with metallurgy. Construction and identification of phase diagrams and reactions.
  4. Understand and suggest the heat treatment process & types. Significance of properties Vs microstructure, Surface hardening & its types.
  5. Explain features, classification, applications of newer class materials like smart materials, piezoelectric materials, biomaterials, composite materials etc
Mechanics of Solids (RME 303)

After completing the course:

  1. Recognize the concept of 3 – D stress & strain and determine the principal stresses and strains in structural members
  2. Understand the concept of strain energy and its practical applications.
  3. Critically analyze and solve practical problems related to the safety of various mechanical components under different types of loads.
  4. Understand the concept of stability and buckling of columns and struts..
  5. Apply the concepts to calculate the deformation behavior of simple mechanical elements such as beams, shafts, columns and springs etc.
  6. Identify the application of discrete mathematics in various fields.
Thermodynamics (RME-302)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Apply the basic concepts and first law of thermodynamics.
  2. Understand the conversion of energy and feasibility of thermodynamic processes.
  3. Understand the thermodynamic relations and quality of energy.
  4. Understand the concepts related to properties of steam and Rankine cycle.
  5. Understand the different refrigeration cycles and classification of refrigerants.

Fourth Semester

Applied Thermodynamics (RME-403)

After completing the course:

  1. Apply the basic concepts and first law of thermodynamics
  2. Understand the conversion of energy and feasibility of thermodynamic processes.
  3. Understand the thermodynamic relations and quality of energy
  4. Understand the concepts related to properties of steam and Rankine cycle
  5. Understand the different refrigeration cycles and classification of refrigerants.
Manufacturing Science & Technology I (RME 402)

After completing the course:

  1. Students will be able to Understand metal working processes, effects of parameters, types of stresses and mechanics of metal working.
  2. Understand, classify the primary forming processes like forging , rolling, drawing, extrusion and sheet metal forming processes , equipment used, calculation of load, process variables, defect encountered and numerical problems.
  3. Ability to describe and discuss appropriate manufacturing processes, pattern selection, casting methods, identify appropriate sand molds, binders, additives. Choose and classify core types, gating, and riser system, for solving engineering problems. Special molding process, CO2mould, Investment mold. Metal molds, centrifugal casting.
  4. Understand the principles and applications and limitations of different types of high energy rate forming processes, powder metallurgy and plastic technology.
Measurement and Metrology (RME 401 )

After completing the course:

  1. Explain the basics of standards of measurement, limits, fits & tolerances industrial applications.
  2. Identify the uses of gauges and comparators
  3. Understand the significance of measurement system, errors, transducers, intermediate modifying and terminating devices
  4. Interpret measurement of field variables like force, torque and pressure
  5. Comprehend the fundamentals of thermocouple and strain measurement

Fifth Semester

Machine Design I (RME-501)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Learn about the basic concepts of machine design
  2. Understand the technical data of machine elements
  3. Explain and select springs, keys, joints, fasteners etc available in market.
  4. Develop the concept of design for variable loadings.
  5. Learn the standards for design of boilers joints.
Heat & Mass Transfer (RME 502)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Learn the basic concept of conduction, convection and radiation heat transfer.
  2. Understand how to formulate and be able to one dimension conduction problems.
  3. Apply empirical correlations for both forced and free convection for determine the value of convection heat transfer coefficient.
  4. Recognize basic concept of the radiation heat transfer for black and grey body.
  5. Analyze the thermal analysis and sizing of Heat exchangers and to understand the mode of mass transfer
Manufacturing Science& Technology-II (RME 503)

After completing the course:

  1. Students will be able to acquire fundamental knowledge and understanding of machining and welding processes.
  2. Students will be able to acquire abilities and capabilities in the areas of advanced manufacturing methods (unconventional manufacturing processes).
  3. Students will be able to formulate relevant problems, conduct experimental and/or analytical work and analyze results using modern mathematical and scientific methods.
  4. Students will be able to review and document the knowledge developed by scholarly predecessors and critically assess the relevant technological issues.
  5. Students will be able to design and validate technological solutions to defined problems and write clearly and effectively, for the practical utilization of their work.
IC Engines and Compressors (RME 051)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand working and performance of IC Engines through thermodynamic cycles.
  2. Understand working and performance of Compressors.
  3. Understand combustion phenomena in SI and CI engines and factors influencing combustion chamber design.
  4. Evaluate methods for improving the IC engine performance.
  5. Analyze the working principles of lubrication and cooling of IC engine and latest developments in alternate fuels.

Sixth Semester

Fluid Machinery (RME 601)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Apply Euler equation and momentum equation for understanding the behavior of jet.
  2. Understand construction and working details of impulse and reaction turbine.
  3. Evaluate performance parameters and performance characteristics of impulse and reaction turbine.
  4. Understand and evaluate performance parameters and performance characteristics of Centrifugal and Reciprocating pump.
Kinemetics of Machines (NME 502)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Develop the design concepts of different types of mechanism with lower pairs
  2. Analyze the velocity and acceleration of links of different mechanisms.
  3. Study and analyze the gear profiles and gear trains.
  4. Study and analyze the cam profiles.
  5. Synthesis of the different mechanisms.
Dynamics of machines (NME 603)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Ability to understand the basic concepts of static and dynamic force in various mechanisms
  2. Ability to explain the concepts of Dynamics and motions of Bodies.
  3. Ability to explain the working of Governors, Flywheel, and Gyroscope etc.
  4. Ability to explain the process of balancing of machines at different condition of vibrations.
  5. Ability to explain the working of friction devices like friction clutches, breaks and dynamometers etc.
  6. Ability to explain the basic functions of complex machinery like i.c. engines, and steam engines.
Machine Design-II (RME 603)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Learn about the basic concepts of various gears and their design.
  2. Understand the technical data of Gears and Bearings.
  3. Explain and select the suitable ball bearings available in market
  4. Develop the concept lubrication and various oils
  5. Learn the designing of engines and its parts.
Refrigeration & Air-conditioning (RME 061)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand the air refrigeration, vapour compression refrigeration, different type of refrigerants, vapour absorption and steam jet refrigeration system.
  2. Learn the working of single stage, multistage and cascade refrigeration.
  3. Apply the knowledge of psychrometry to various psychrometric processes.
  4. Evaluate cooling and heating load and design of HVAC system.
  5. Develop and design RAC system and evaluate different expansion and control devices.
Mechanical Vibration (RME 063)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Learn the basic causes and effects of mechanical vibrations.
  2. Understand the Fourier series and Harmonic Analysis and application it in problems in Mechanical Vibrations.
  3. Understand and apply the concept of Damped and Undamped mechanical vibrations and to analyze the system with such an arrangement.
  4. Understand the concept of free and forced vibrations and to solve the problems involving such configurations and concept of One, Two and Several Degrees of freedom and to solve the system of all such attributes.
  5. Analyze the performance of various types of vibration models and solve them for increasing their effectiveness and devise the methods of reducing the mechanical vibrations.

Seventh Semester

Total Quality Management (NME 041)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understanding quality control & its role in design , manufacturing and sales
  2. Understanding about organizational structure, economics of quality & human factor in quality
  3. Analysis of data with tools and techniques and control charts
  4. Understanding reliability, maintainability, zero defect and quality circles
  5. Understanding about ISO 9000/14000, Taguchi method and JIT
Operations Research. (NOE 073)

After completing the course:

  1. Students will be able to Classify operation research modeling approaches.
  2. Students will be able to Formulate and solve engineering and managerial situations as LPP.
  3. Students will be able to Formulate and optimize transportation and assignment problems.
  4. Students will be able to Solve project management networks.
  5. Students will be able to Solve queuing models
  6. Students will be able to Solve inventory models
Computer Aided Manufacturing (NME 031)

After completing the course:

  1. Students will be able to explain the fundamental knowledge of CAM.
  2. Students will be able to Understand the elements of an automated manufacturing environment.
  3. Students will be able to classify and distinguish NC, CNC and DNC systems.
  4. Students will be able to Create CNC programs to manufacture industrial components.
  5. Students will be able to Understandf techniques used in industry ex: FMS ,group technology,CIM,Cellular manufacturing
CAD (NME 701)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic fundamental of computer aided design.
  2. Understand geometric transformation techniques in CAD.
  3. Model engineering components using solid modeling techniques.
  4. To learn at least one high end design software.
  5. Design and analysis of Engineering components through FEM
Automobile Engineering (NME 702)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Explain the construction of an automobile, working and numerical analysis of transmission system.
  2. Describe the principle and working of clutches, fluid flywheel, torque converter and steering system of vehicle.
  3. Differentiate between braking system, suspension system and their types.
  4. Identify different types of electrical systems of an automobile and describe the principle of fuel feed system such as carburettors, CRDI and MPFI.

Eigth Semester

NCER (NOE 081)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand about the need of non-conventional sources and their importance.
  2. Know the global challenges of power crisis and their alternatives.
  3. Analyze the power statistics of India and compare with other developed countries.
  4. Understand the solar system and the various techniques to trap solar radiation.
  5. Know about the different locations in India enriched with availability of various non-conventional resources
Advance Welding Technology (NME 055)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Explain the process of welding, physics of arc formation and select welding power sources.
  2. Identify and explain different welding processes such as MMAW, TIG, MIG, Resistance, Friction welding and other non conventional welding processes.
  3. Solve various problems on peak temperatures, width of HAZ, solidification rates, residual stresses measurement and weld distortion.
  4. Analyze various repair and maintenance required in welding; understand weld ability of cast iron, aluminium and steel.
Plant Layout and Material Handling (NME 062)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Basic knowledge of Different types of Plant Layout their alternative arrangements, selection of plant location, Plant space utilization
  2. Understanding of unit load, containers, conveyors, material handling design and strategies,and knowledge of material flow analysis
  3. Understanding of various layout construction techniques,and algorithms, and knowledge of material handling principles
  4. Basic knowledge of computerized layout and analytical methods, and differentwarehouse operations,AS/RS systems
  5. Assessment and evaluation of different layout alternatives, cost estimation and the use of spiral software for plantlayout design
Power Plant (NME 801)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand about the need of non-conventional sources and their importance.
  2. Know the global challenges of power crisis and their alternatives.
  3. Analyze the power statistics of India and compare with other developed countries.
  4. Understand the solar system and the various techniques to trap solar radiation.
  5. Know about the different locations in India enriched with availability of various non-conventional resources
  6. Understood about the different power plants run from inexhaustible sources of energy with their capacity in MW.