Welcome to MECH Department
Welcome to MECH Department
Welcome to MECH Department
Welcome to MECH Department
Welcome to MECH Department
Welcome to MECH Department
- About Department
- Vision & Mission
- Goals & Quality Policy
- Prominent Features
- Program Educational Objectives
- Program Outcomes
- Faculty Activities
- Faculty Achievements
- Faculty Publications
- Student Activities
- Student Achievements
- Professional Chapters
- Student Clubs
Mechanical Department in Anurag Engineering College is established in 2004, with a Professor and three Associate Professors and an intake of 60. Now the Department has an efficient team of 43 faculty members with a Professor, Three Associate Professors and 40 Assistant Professors, headed by Mr.K.Veeranjaneyulu M.Tech, (Ph.D)
The Department has 11 labs which are fully equipped with latest quality machinery, equipment, tools and instruments, to meet the requirements of JNTUH, AUTONOMOUS syllabus and AICTE Norms.
The MACHINE DESIGN Laboratory has been set up. The MACHINE DESIGN laboratory is catering the needs of students in such a way that they will not only have exposure to the areas of Computer Aided Analysis, ANYSIS, NISA, Pro-E and CAM etc, but also can do some projects.
The Department library consists of 250 books available for faculty and students.
The Department has taken up a lot of fabrication work for the institution over a period of time. The Department has been very active in organizing various programmes of general and academic interest.
The Department is organizing “Mechanical Engineering Association” MECHNOMICZ.
The main objective of Mechanical Engineering Association is to impart the technical and soft skills education and to develop the leadership qualities among the students of Mechanical Engg. Dept.
The Association provides the forum to motivate the students for participating in various activities like Paper Presentation, Technical Quiz group discussion etc.
As a beginning, Technical Quiz, Group Discussions and Seminars at Department level have been organized. Prizes have been distributed to the winners of the events.
The department has well qualified and dedicated faculty members to provide proper guidance and good technical support to the students. The department of ME has a vision to become a centre of excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering. All our faculty and students are dedicated to achieve this goal with great, enthusiasm and good ethical values
To equip the Mechanical Engineering students with the best analytical skills in the state of the latest technologies and the best communication skills to meet the Mechanical Engineering manpower requirement both nationally and internationally to responds to the demands of the market which are dynamic in nature.
Producing Mechanical Engineers who are exceptionally competent, discipline and have a sense of devotion to their profession by adopting modern teaching techniques to give attention to all the students individually and encouraging development research consultancy and interaction with industries.
Long term Goals
- To establish centre-of-excellence for research in Mechanical engineering.
- To take up sponsored projects from private and government organizations.
- To develop contemporary technology incubators at department level.
- To start Ph.D programs by getting recognition as Centre for Research.
- To have MOU with MNCs in India and abroad for R & D in core and thrust areas.
Short term goals
- To have an accreditation status for the Department.
- To achieve 100% academic performance of students using innovative and creative methods of teaching.
- To achieve 100% Campus placements for students.
- To ensure faculty and staff development for effective teaching learning process.
|1||Computer Programming Lab-I||Turbo C|
|2||Engineering Language Communication Skills Lab-I||K-Van Solutions, Clarity Pronunciation|
|3||Engineering Physics and Applied Chemistry Lab-I|
|4||Engineering Workshop Lab-I|
|5||Computer Programming Lab-II||Turbo C|
|6||Engineering Language Communication Skills Lab-II||K-Van Solutions, Clarity Pronunciation|
|7||Engineering Physics and Applied Chemistry Lab-II|
|8||Engineering Workshop Lab-II|
|9||Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab|
|10||Metallurgy and Mechanics of Solids Lab|
|11||Production Technology Lab|
|12||Mechanics of Fluids and Hydraulic Machines Lab|
|13||Machine tools and metrology Lab|
|14||Thermal Engineering Lab|
|15||Heat Transfer Lab|
|16||Advanced English Communications Skills Lab||K-Van Solutions, Clarity Pronunciation|
|17||Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Lab|
|18||Production Drawing Practice and Instrumentation Lab|
|19||CAD/CAM Lab||AutoCAD, ANSYS, Pro e,CAM|
|20||Dynamics And Analysis Of Structures Laboratory|
|21||Computer Aided testing, and modeling Laboratory||AutoCAD, ANSYS, Pro e, CAM|
Mr.K.Veeranjaneyulu has graduated in Mechanical Engineering from JNTU,Hyderabad and did M.Tech degree in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning from JNTUA College of Engineering,JNTU University,Anantapur. He has 06 years of teaching experience and pursuing Ph.D. in KL University,Guntur. He has organized and attended various workshops and conferences at National and International level. He has vast experience in establishing the departmental laboratories. He is the most dynamic and inspiring personality for faculty and encourages the students and faculty to participate in various conferences and workshops. He has guided more than 30 projects at UG level and more than 8 at PG level. He has 07 publications in National Journals and International Journals.
Message from HOD
Department of ME grooms the students to excel in the field of technology. Our students are well trained and have good knowledge in the subjects of their curriculum. Basic inputs are provided in order to build self-confidence to work in industry and to go for higher studies. The Department’s motto is to upgrade skills and knowledge of our young engineers to enable them to survive best in the present competitive world. State-of-art of laboratories of the department provides ample opportunities to the students to complete meaningful projects apart from practice sessions of laboratory courses. The department also contributes to the society by accomplishing technical projects that caters to the various requirements of the present day world. The students are also encouraged to participate in various technical and extra-curricular events.
Mechanical Engineering is the most dynamic programme in the campus and gives insight in to the latest developments in the areas of Manufacturing, Design, Automobile industry, Power Plants and also Entrepreneurship. The Mechanical Engineering students will be trained on various subjects like the Production Technology, Machine tools, Thermodynamics, Thermal Engineering, Heat Transfer, Machine Design, Robotics, Finite Element Methods etc., to name a few. Besides the theoretical knowledge they also get hands on experience on different machines and mechanical equipments like Lathe, Milling, Drilling machines, Welding, Casting techniques, CNC machines, I C Engines, Heat Transfer & Refrigeration Equipments etc.
The department has well qualified and dedicated faculty members to provide proper guidance and good technical support to the students. The department of ME has a vision to become a centre of excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering. All our faculty and students are dedicated to achieve this goal with great, enthusiasm and good ethical values.
|S.NO||BRANCH||ACADEMIC YEAR||YEAR OF SANCTIONED|
|1||B.TECH (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)||2016-17||120|
|2||M.TEH (MACHINE DESIGN)||2016-17||24|
Program Educational Objectives
- To transcend in professional career by acquiring knowledge in basic sciences, mathematics and mechanical engineering.
- To exhibit problem solving skills on par with global requirements in industry and R&D
- To adopt latest technologies, evolve as entrepreneurs, solving mechanical engineering problems, dealing environmental society and ethical issues.
- Ability to involve actively in multidisciplinary teams and lifelong learning.
- An ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals.
- An ability to conduct Investigations using design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data to arrive at valid conclusions
- An ability to design mechanical engineering components and processes within economic, environmental, ethical and manufacturability constraints.
- An ability to function effectively in multidisciplinary teams.
- An ability to identify, formulates, analyse and solve Mechanical Engineering problems.
- An ability to understand professional, ethical and social responsibility.
- An ability to communicate effectively through written reports or oral presentations.
- The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
- An ability to recognize the need and to engage in independent and life-long learning.
- A knowledge of contemporary issues
- An ability to use the appropriate techniques and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
|29||Jabiullah K MD||M.Tech||Asst.Professor|
|39||VP Pavan Peddineni||M.Tech||Asst.Professor|
|42||G. Ch. Gangarao||M.Tech||Asst.Professor|
|ANURAG Engineering College |
An Autonomous Institution
|DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING |
|WORK SHOPS/SEMINARS ATTENDED IN 2014-15|
|S.N o||NAME OF THE STUDENT||TITLE/INSTITUTION||WORK SHOPS/SEMINARS||VENUE/ PLACE|
|1||Mr.R.Sri ram||Mechanical quiz (KITS)||One day technical fest||KITS –Khammam|
|2||Mr.S.Pramod||Mechanical quiz (KITS)||One day technical fest||KITS –Khammam|
|3||Mr.M.Sandeepreddy||Mechanical quiz (KITS)||One day technical fest||KITS –Khammam|
|4||Mr.D.Saiprakash||Mechanical quiz (KITS)||One day technical fest||KITS –Khammam|
|5||Mr.S.Rambabu||Mechanical quiz (KITS)||One day technical fest||KITS –Khammam|
|6||Mr.K.Saikumar||Automotive IC engine design and development||8 days||JSS Academy-Banglore|
|7||Mr.M.Saidireddy||Automotive IC engine design and development||8 days||JSS Academy-Banglore|
|8||Mr.M.Sandeepreddy||Automotive IC engine design and development||8 days||JSS Academy-Banglore|
|9||Mr.MD.Shafiahmed||Automotive IC engine design and development||8 days||JSS Academy-Banglore|
|10||Mr.G.Praveenkumar||Automotive IC engine design and development||8 days||JSS Academy-Banglore|
|11||Mr.A.Sharathchandra||Automotive IC engine design and development||8 days||JSS Academy-Banglore|
|12||Mr.D.Saikumar||Automotive IC engine design and development||8 days||JSS Academy-Banglore|
|13||Mr.P.Sudheer||Automotive IC engine design and development||8 days||JSS Academy-Banglore|
|14||Mr.G.VenkataSriram||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|15||Mr.B.Vishnu||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|16||Mr.Y.Narendar||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|17||Mr.B.Sandeep Kumar||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|18||Mr.K. Premkumar||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|19||Mr.N.Ramakrishna||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|20||Mr.K. vedavyas||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|21||Mr.P.Sudeer||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|22||Mr.P.Pavankumar||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|23||Mr.N.Saichand||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|24||Mr.G. vinay||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|25||Mr.B.Karthik||21 st century Grand Challenges of Engineering||3 days||VJIT -Hyd|
|S.No||Name||Title of the paper||Type||Conference Name/||Volume No||Publication||Online||Pages||Impact Factor|
|1||Dr.Md.||Dr.V.V.||S.Rajpal Singh||Determination of thermal||Journal||International||52||2010||0976-1411||528||531||3.313|
|Abid Ali||S.Kesavarao||conductivity of plaster of||Journal|
|2||Dr.Md.||Dr.V.V.||L.Suvarna Raju||Determination of impact strength of pop and saw dust composite laminate||Journal||International||4||July-||2010||37||39||1.819|
|3||Dr.Md.||Dr.V.V.||-------||Wood polymer composites: a review||Journal||GTMTS||2010||1.455|
|4||Dr.Md.||Dr.K.N.||Dr.V.V.||Thermal behaviour of cork,||Journal||IJMAE||17||Aug||2011||0974-231X||40||47|
|Abid Ali||S.Suman||S.Kesavarao||mango and neem wood|
|5||Dr.Md.||Dr.K.N.||Dr.V.V.||Determination of wear resistance of neem,mango and cork wood polyacrylonitrile composites.||Journal||Global Journal||2||Oct||2011||1||5||2.165|
|6||Dr.Md.||Dr.K.N.||Dr.V.V.||Study of mechanical properties of||Journal||IJEST||2011||1.794|
|Abid Ali||S.Suman||S.Kesavarao||wood polycrylonitrile composites|
|7||K.||Dr.Md.||-----||Finite element analysis of||Journal||IJOAR||3||June||2013||2249-555X||198||201||1.204|
|ANAND BABU||Abid Ali||glass/epoxy composite|
|laminates with different types of circular cutouts|
|8||K.||S.V Gopala||Dr.V.V.||Mechanical properties of||Journal||IJMPERD||3||Oct||2013||2249-6890||63||68||3.25|
|ANAND BABU||Krishna||S.Kesavarao||slag reinforced polymer|
|9||Dr.M||K.||-----||Fabrication of water cooler cum air conditioner||Journal||Engineering Today||XIII||April||2011||0974-8377||135||142||1.819|
|10||R V Rao||G.RAVI||-----||A New method to evaluate both hardness and elastic modulous of coated thin film||Journal||International||1||FEB||2013||1||6||6.13|
|11||Nagarjunavarma Ganna||Saikumar Muktha||Optimized Numerical Method to Solve Unsteady Couette Flow||National Conference||Recent Trends in Mathematics||21-22||March||2013|
|12||K.Nagendhar||B.Shankar||K.Veeranjaneyulu||DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF HEAT STACKING MECHANISM||Journal||IJMETMR||1||DEC||2014||2348-4845||539||548||2.62|
|USED IN PACKAGING MACHINERY|
|13||G.Shankar||B.Shankar||K.Veeranjaneyulu||Design and Analysis of Gunboat in Missile||Journal||IJMETMR||1||DEC||2014||2348- 4845||812||817||2.62|
|14||T.Umadevi||B.Shankar||----||Design, Evaluation and Optimization of Zinc Alloy Wheel for Four Wheeler under Different Loads Conditions||Journal||IJMETMR||1||DEC||2014||2348-4845||719||722||2.62|
|15||G. Adinarayana||Ch.Ashok||M. Ramakrishna||Fabrication of Hybrid Petro electric Vehicle||Journal||IJMETMR||4||OCT||2014||2248-9622||142||144||1.74|
|16||Ch.Ashok||Design and Analysis of Bus Front Panel Using G FRP||Journal||IJMETMR||4||OCT||2014||2248-9622||145||147||1.74|
|G. Adinarayana||M. Ramakrishna|
|17||Puttapaka Nagaraju||Ch.Ashok||----||Modeling and Analysis of 2-Stage Reduction Gear Box||Journal||IJMETMR||1||DEC||2014||2348-4845||391||398||2.62|
|19||Aradhyula Mohan Kumar||B.Bikshm||K.Veeranjaneyulu||Design and Manufacturing of an Indexing Drum for||Journal||IJMETMR||1||DEC||2014||2348-4845||122||128||2.62|
|21||D.Umamaheswarareddy||K.Veeranjaneyulu||----||Generating the 3D Curved Surfaces in CNC using Part||Journal||IJMETMR||1||OCT||2014||2348 – 7968||143||148||1.74|
|22||K.Jayaraju||K.Veeranjaneyulu||----||Modeling and analysis of Hot Turning Operation Using Deform-3D||Journal||IJMETMR||3||NOV||2014||2319 – 1953||556||562||2.62|
|23||M.Prabhu Teja,||K.Veeranjaneyulu||----||Modeling Studies on Formability of Al-Mg-Si Alloy||Journal||IJMETMR||5||SEP||2014||2229-5518||878||881||2.62|
|-Computational Solid Mechanics Approach|
|24||A.Ramesh||P.Karunakar||L.Ramesh||Design and Analysis of Discharging of Dust in Pneumatic conveying system by a Screw Conveyor Shaft||Journal||IJMETMR||2014||978-82338-97-0||84||91||1.74|
|25||T. V. S. Raghavendra||Nagarjunavarma Ganna||Two echelon Inventory Model for the Supply Chain under Price Dependent & Time Demand with Supply Rationing in the Chain||International Conference||ICAIEA 2014||42529||January||2014|
|26||U Lingaiah||B Venkatanarayana||Ch.Ashok||Design and CFD analysis of aerodynamic of a car with various aerodynamic Devices||Journal||IJMETMR||Aug||2015||2341-4845|