Mechanical Engineering

The department of Mechanical Engineering (NBA Accredited) made its beginning with the establishment of the college in 1960. It offers a 4 years (8 semesters) B.E. course in Mechanical Engineering (Autonomous) with an intake of 180 students and Masters Degree programme in Industrial Automation and Robotics (started in the year 2004) with an intake of 18 students.

The mission of the programme is to offer quality UG, PG and Doctoral programmes such that students pursue professional career or higher education for further enhancement of their knowledge.

The department has well experienced and dedicated faculty members with many active researchers who are involved in R & D projects.  There are totally 32 faculty with an average teaching experience of 17 years, out of which 15 with Ph.D. and remaining with M.Tech./MSc (Engg.) qualification.

All the laboratories in the department are well equipped to carry out the experiments of both UG/PG programmes. Department has state of the art equipment like CNC machines, Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), 3D Printer, 6-axis articulated Robot, Computerised UTM, Surface Profilometer etc. to cater the need of both researchers & students.

The department organizes many training/faculty development programmes for the faculty/technical staff and students periodically. Invited lectures from renowned personalities are regularly arranged for the benefit of the students and staff members of the department. The department encourages the faculty and students to attend conferences, workshops and other training programmes to enhance their technical skills.

The alumni of the department are well placed in many of the reputed industries/organisation throughout the world. Apart from this, graduated students are getting admitted for post-graduation to many reputed universities across the world.

Mechanical Engineering Department is recognised as research centre for carrying out research leading to Ph.D/M.Sc (Engg) by research degree by VTU, Belagavi. So far 18 scholars have completed their Ph.D. and 18 M.Sc. (Engg.) by research. Currently there are 23 Scholars pursuing their research work for Ph.D. and 07 for M.Sc. (Engg.) by research in the department. The department has received research grants from funding organisations like DST, AICTE, VGST, VTU, UGC, TEQIP, etc. Many of the faculty members have presented their research papers in International conferences held abroad and published research articles in peer reviewed journals.

Vision of the Department:

To emerge as department of high repute in Mechanical Engineering and allied fields through effective teaching, learning process and research activities, operating with a sense of professional and social responsibility.

Mission of the Department:

1. Adopt state of the art teaching learning processes.

2. Effective association with higher institutes of learning, industry and research laboratories with emphasis on Materials & Manufacturing.

3. Encourage students to participate in sustainable projects.

4. Development activities for faculty/students for research in emerging trends in Materials & Manufacturing.

5. Inculcate professional and ethical norms in all activities.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [POs]:
Mechanical Engineering students shall be able to,
  1. 1.Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. 2.Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. 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. 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. 5.Modern Tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. 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. 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. 8.Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. 9.Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. 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. 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. 12.Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES [PSOs]

Graduating student shall be able to:

1. Prepare process sheets and working drawings to manufacture a component.

2. Model, simulate, analyze and optimize mechanical systems / processes through application of software.

Program Educational Objectives:

PEO 1: Graduates will be able to apply engineering principles to develop products, processes or knowledge to solve mechanical and associated engineering problems for successful careers in mechanical engineering/higher education/research.

PEO 2: Graduates will acquire leadership qualities with strong communication skills along with professional and ethical values.

PEO 3: Graduates will be able to become entrepreneur / innovators to design and develop manufacturing systems and services to address social, technical and business challenges.

PEO 4: Graduates will be lifelong learners.

Sl No Name & Designation Members
1 Dr. Ezhil Vannan S
Professor
B.E, M.E, Ph.D.
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2 Dr. C. V. Venkatesh
Principal
Ph.D.
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3 Dr. Laxmana Naik L
Professor & Head
B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.
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4 Dr. B. Yogesha
Professor
B.E., M.Tech.(IIT KGP), Ph.D. (IIT Madras)
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5 Dr. K. A. Venugopal
Professor, Faculty ID: 1-475490325
B.E , M.Tech. (IIT KGP), Ph.D (IIT KGP)
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6 G.C. Gopalakrishna
Associate Professor
B.E., M.Tech.
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7 S. L. Dinesha
Associate Professor, Faculty ID: 1-480708009
B.E, M.Sc. (Engg.)
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8 Dr. S. Pradeep
Professor & Dean (Examinations)
B.E, M.Tech,  Ph.D, MISTE
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9 Dr. Amarendra H. J
Professor
B.E., M.Sc., Engg., (by Research), Ph. D., (IITR, Roorkee)
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10 Dr. Dushyanth Kumar K.R
Assistant Professor
Ph. D.
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11 Vijaykumar G.Tile
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech.
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12 Hareesha M.
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech.
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13 Dr. Vasundhara M G
Assistant Professor
B.E., M. Tech., Ph.D.
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14 Shambulinga Murthy G.C.
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-2978032750
B.E, M.E
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15 Satish V Talawar
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech.
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16 Prathap M.S.
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-2193337449
B.E., M.Tech.
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17 B N Prasanna Kumar
Associate Professor, Faculty ID: 1-480708049
B.E., M.Sc. Engg.(Research)., (Ph.D.), MISTE
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18 Dr. Jeevan T.P.
Associate Professor
B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.
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19 Raghavendra Rao R
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech. (Ph.D.)
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20 Dr.Mahesh Kumar V
Assistant Professor
M.Tech., Ph.D
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21 Sharath H K
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-2193361739
B.E., M.Tech.
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22 Dr. P. Madhu
Assistant Professor
M. Tech, Ph.D.
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23 Pradeep D.G.
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D.)
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24 Sharath B.N
Assistant Professor
M.Tech (Ph.D.)
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25 Madhu K S
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-3368017889
M.Tech.
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26 Yashas Gowda T G
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-3559952771
B.E., M.Tech.,(Ph.D)
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27 Dr. Ashrith H S
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-7504428546
Ph. D
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28 Dr. Gopi K. R.
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-7504428436
Ph.D
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29 Dr. Shashank Lingappa M.
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-9312997765
B. E., M. Tech., Ph.D.
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30 Dr. Nithin H S
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-7504431876
B.E, M.Tech,  Ph.D
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Sl No Name & Designation Members
1 Sagar Gowda S R
Workshop Superintendent
B.E., M.Tech.
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2 N.Dinesh Kumar
Assistant Instructor
Diploma
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3 Sachin M M
Foreman
B.E.
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4 M.D.Gurumurthy
Instructor (Machine Shop)
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5 Thulsi Kumar H.D
Instructor
Diploma
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6 Anilkumar T R
Instructor
B.E.
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7 Darshan B H
Instructor
B.E., M.Tech.
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8 Thilak D K
Instructor
B.E.
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9 Pushpa D.K.
Assistant Instructor
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10 G.B.Siddesha
Assistant Instructor
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11 Srikantha Das. H.S
Assistant Instructor
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12 H.R.Shivakumar
Assistant Instructor
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13 Bhaskar Kumar
Assistant Instructor
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14 Shankar.V.V.
Assistant Instructor
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15 Thimmaiah.R
Mechanic
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16 Hareesha D. N
Mechanic
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17 Ganganna
Mechanic
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18 B.R.Rangaraju
Mechanic
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19 Dhanalakshmi K R
Mechanic
Diploma
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20 Nagappa M.T
Mechanic
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21 Punith Kumar T K
Mechanic
Diploma
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22 Hanumantha
Technical Helper
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23 Chaluvaraju
Technical Helper
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24 Puttaraju
Technical Helper
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25 Y.K. Ranganath
Technical Helper
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26 B S Girish
Helper
I.T.I.
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27 Ashok Kumar B.M
Technical Helper
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28 Padmaraju M.K
Technical Helper
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29 Nagaraju Y.B.
Technical Helper
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30 Kantharaju.M.C
Technical Helper
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31 Lakshmana Nayaka H.R
Technical Helper
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Placement

Company Name

No. of Students

TCS

15

Face

03

24/7

01

Narasipur Auto Components Pvt.Ltd,.

10

Sun Electric

01

QSpiders

04

BEL

01

Numaan Industries

03

Ethnus 04.05.2017

03

Pret Interpret

02

Responsive Media Tech Services

01

Wuerth Elektronik India Pvt Ltd

03

BOSCH`

03

TD Power Systems Limited.

01

Himmatsingka Linen, Hassan

01

Company Name

No. of Students

TCS,Bangalore

09

Mercedes Benz

01

Ethnus

01

ACE Designers

05

Shriram Transport Finance LTD

06

Infosys

01

BEL

02

LM Wind Power Blades

06

TDPS

02

Company Name

No. of Students

Mercedes-Benz

01

TCS

02

Accenture

03

Technologics

01

Shriram Transport Finance LTD

11

Pinclick

09

Infosys

02

Qspiders

04

Vee technologies

04

TDPS

02

Elcamino

03

Turbosteel

03

People Mechanics

01

Customised Technologies

04

2019-20

Sl.No

Company Name

No. of Students

1

Accenture  

07

2

TCS

01

3

Infosys

09

Total

17

Achievements

 

Dr. K.A.Venugopal

Awarded with 'Best Teacher' for Teachers of Excellence Beyond Boundaries by Bengaluru Education Trust on September 07, 2015.

MALNAD COLLEG OF ENGINEERING, HASSAN

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Research Center Details (Under VTU, Belagavi)

List of scholars pursuing Ph.D.

Sl. No.

Name of the Scholar

USN

Date of Registration

Guide Name

Title of the Research work

1

P. Hanoca

4MC13PMN05

2013

Dr.H.V.Ramakrishna

Numerical Analysis of Lubricating Oil in Rolling Contact Bearings.

2

RajshekharB.A

4MC13PMN03

2013

Dr.H.V.Ramakrishna

Study Of Fumes Extraction And Hard facing Of Mild steel Plates By Submerged Arc Welding

3

AmitkumarAdvekar

4MC13PMN02

2013

Dr.M.S.Srinath

Virtual Casting for Predicting the Effect of Critical Parameters in Metal Casting Process.

4

Rakesh D

4MC13PMN07

2013

Dr. B Yogesha

Analysis and Optimization of Airframe Joints by Composite Materials- An FEA Approach

5

Shivashankar B S

4MC14PMJ02

2014

Dr. S.Pradeep

Friction stir processing of Al metal matrix composites and Optimization OF Process parameter s by applying Numerical Simulations

6

Megha Anand S A

4MC15PMJ04

2015

Dr.M.S.Srinath

Design Optimization, Correlation between Test and Analysis for Fatigue Strength using FEM based Simulation

7

Raghavendra Rao R

 

4MC15PMJ03

2015

Dr. S.Pradeep

Experimental Investigation of static and dynamic characteristics of fiber reinforced polymer matrix composites with addition of particulate filler

8

Karthik S (F)

4MC15PMJ06

2015

Dr. AmarendraH . J

Development and Evaluation of Slurry Erosion Test Ring

9

Amriya Tasneem H.R

4MC15PMJ08

2015

Dr.H.V.Ramakrishna

Analysis & evaluation of engine performance with bio fuel through condition monitoring

10

Pratap M S

4MC15PMJ05

2015

Dr. Amarendra. H. J

Characterization and Erosion Behaviour of Surface Modified Martensitic Stainless Steel

11

Sunil Kumar H S

4MC16PMJ05

2015

Dr. S. Mohan Kumar

Modelling, Analysis and Development of multipurpose indoor and outdoor robotic systems using virtual prototyping Techniques

12

Prasanna Kumar B N

4MC16PMJ01

2016

Dr. AmarendraH . J

Evaluation of slurry erosion test rigs

13

Vinay S S

 

4MC16PMJ07

2016

Dr. C.V.Venkatesh

Evaluation of mechanical and thermal properties of composite with nano fillers for engineering applications

14

Natesh C. P

4MC16PMJ0

2016

Dr. H.J Amarendra

Studies on the Tribological characteristics of formulated vegetable oils as cutting fluid

15

Yogesha C K (F)

4MC16PMJ06

2016

Dr. S.Pradeep

Experimental investigation and numerical simulation of MFSP Al-Mg Alloy under various tool geometries

16

Pradeep D G

4MC16PMJ03

2016

Dr. C.V.Venkatesh

Studies on Tribological behaviour and characterization of HVOF sprayed CoCr-based composite coatings

17

Krishnamurthy K B

4MC13PBN01

2013

Dr. S. Mohan Kumar

Sensor Less Vector Control of Induction Motor Drives

18

Madhukumar I M

4MC13PMN02

2013

Dr. S. Mohan kumar

Applications and Development of Collaborative Digital Manufacturing Techniques for Cycle Time Reduction in Automotive Industries

19

Sharath B N

4MC17PMA01

2017

Dr. C.V.Venkatesh

Evaluation of mechanical properties of high temperature hybrid metal matrix composites for Tribological applications

20

Madhu K S

4MC17PMA04

2017

Dr. C.V.Venkatesh

Synthesis, Characterization and Evaluation of Mechanical, Tribological Behaviour of Al-7029 Hybrid Composite

21

Honnaiah C

4MC17PMA07

2017

Dr.M.S.Srinath

Study of mechanical and tribological characteristics of microwave processed al-sicp metal matrix composite

24

Athith D

4MC18PME01

2018

Dr. B Yogesha

Studies on effect of filler and natural/Synthetic Rubber for Natural Fiber composites

MALNAD COLLEG OF ENGINEERING, HASSAN

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Research Center Details (Under VTU, Belagavi)

List of scholars pursuing M.Sc. (Engg.) by Research

Sl. No.

Name of the Scholar

USN

Date of Registration

Guide Name

Title of the Research work

1

Chethan M. H.

4MC11MMA02

2011

Dr H.V.Ramakrishna

Performance Improvement in Agile Manufacturing using Discreet Event Simulation

2

Anil  Wilson Alvares

4MC17MMA01

2016

Dr. S.Pradeep

Friction stir processing of Al-Mg alloy under different tool pin geometries

3

Kiran Kumar N

4MC17MMA02

2016

Dr. S. Pradeep

Modeling analysis of active constrained layer damping of geometrically nonlinear vibrations for smart laminated composite plates using 1-3 piezoelectric composites and experimental validation

MALNAD COLLEG OF ENGINEERING, HASSAN

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Research Center Details (VTU, Belagavi)

List of scholars Completed Ph.D.  

Sl. No.

Name of the Scholar

USN

Year of Registration

Year of Completion

Guide Name

Title of the Research work

1

Thammaiah Gowda

4MC01PMM02

2001

2006

Dr. D. V. Girish

Investigation on oil starvation in journal bearing using acoustic emission and vibration measurement techniques

2

Manjunath .K.

4MC04PMM04

2004

2012

Dr. S. Mohan Kumar

Virtual prototyping – An approach to product design and development

3

Arun kumar Y

4MC04PMM03

 

2004

2011

Dr. S. Mohan Kumar

Effect of key operational parameters on performance of virtual manufacturing cells

4

Shashidhar Y.M.

4MC06PMM01

2006

2013

Dr.  S. R. Jayaram

Studies on stability and tribological behavior of non-conventional lubrications for metal forming and machining- Theory and experiments

5

Satyanarayana G.M

4MC06PMN03

2006

2013

Dr.  H. V. Ramakrishna

Business process reengineering to enhance productivity in service sectors

6

Gururaj M Gadad

4MC03PMN01

 

2003

2014

Dr. H. V. Ramakrishna

Dr. M. S. Srinath

Study of some aspects of seven- link variable technology mechanisms and its robustness

7

Rajashekar Patil

4MC06PMN02

2006

2014

Dr. S. Mohan Kumar

Analysis and implementation of tools strategies in collaborative and digital manufacturing

8

Devendra K

4MC06PMN04

2006

2014

Dr.T.Rangaswamy

Evaluation of mechanical and thermal properties of Al2O3, Mg (OH) 2 and SiC filled E-glass/epoxy composites

9

Basavaraju A N

4MC06PMN01

2006

2016

Dr. B. Yogesha

Some Studies Related to Improving the Carburetion using Pre-Heated Fuel in Spark Ignition Engine.

 

10

Sanjay M.R (F)

4MC13PMN06

2013

2017

Dr. B. Yogesha

Study and Mechanical Property Evaluation of Natural Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymers (GFRPs) for Engineering Applications

11

Rajesh A R

4MC07PMN01

2007

2017

Dr. K A Venugopal

Analysis Of Bending Strength In Altered Tooth-Sum Gearing

12

AttelManjunath

4MC06PMM02

 

2006

2018

Dr. D.V.Girish

Vibration and Acoustic studies on Polymer Bearings

13

 

Vijay Kamate

 

 

4MC12PMN04

 

 

2012

 

2019

 

 

Dr. S Mohan Kumar

Analysis and implementation ergonomics approaches for boosting agricultural productivity and farming comfort in typical village boundaries of north Karnataka, India.

14

 

Jeevan T P

 

4MC12PMN02

 

2012

2018

 

Dr. S Jayaram

Comparative Studies on the Machining of AA6061 and AISI 304L using Non Edible Vegetable Oil as Straight Cutting Fluid

15

Arpitha  G.R (F).

4MC13PMN04

2013

2018

Dr. B. Yogesha

Effect of Fillers on Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Sisal/Glass-Epoxy Hybrid Composites

16

Ajit Manohar Heabbale

4MC13PMN08

2013

2018

Dr.M.S.Srinath.

Development and Charaterization of Erosion Resestant cladding through Microwave Energy

17

Raghavendra G. Deshpande

4MC15PMN04

2015

2018

Dr. K A Venugopal

Machining with Cryogenically Treated Carbide Cutting Tool Inserts

18

Shashank Lingappa (F)

4MC15PMJ01

2015

2018

Dr. Srinath M. S./

Dr. H J Amarendra

Melting of metallic materials using microwave energy and its characterization

19

Rajshekar M

4MC11PMN01

 

2011

2019

Dr. S. Mohan Kumar

Simulation Analysis and Design of Low Cost Automation Farm Machinery System

20

Divya H V

4MC15PMJ07

 

2015

2020

Dr. B Yogesha

Investigation and performance analysis of extruded hybrid particulate reinforced polymer composites

 

 

21

Madhu P

 

 

4MC16PMJ02

 

 

2016

2020

 

Dr. S.Pradeep

Experimental investigation of microstructural, mechanical and Tribological properties of Ni based super alloy using high velocity oxy fuel spray coating

22

Mahesh Kumar V

 

4MC15PMJ10

 

2015

2020

 

Dr. C.V.Venkatesh

Characterization of mechanical & Tribological behaviour of Al-7079 based reinforced MMCs

23

 

Hemanth T S  (F)

 

4MC13PMN01

 

2013

 

2021

Dr. Y. Arun Kumar/ Dr. Srinath M. S.

Identification and Evaluation of Critical Elements of Metal Forming Operations using Manufacturing Process Simulation.

24

Sharath Chandra H S

4MC12PMN03

2012

2021

Dr. Y. Arun Kumar/ Dr. Srinath M. S.

Desecrate Event Simulation for Dynamic Job Sequencing on Conveyors.

25

 

Kuldeep B

 

4MC15PMJ09

 

2015

2021

Dr. Ravikumar K P/ Dr. S Pradeep

Studies on the dynamic behaviour and mechanical properties of particle reinforced aluminium MMC for Automobile components

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, MCE, Hassan

Research Center Details (VTU, Belagavi)

List of scholars Completed M.Sc. (Engg.) by Research

Sl. No.

Name of the Scholar

USN

Year of Registration

Year of Completion

Guide Name

Title of the Research work

1

Sachidananda H. K.

4MC03MMM03

2003

2007

Dr Joseph Gonsalves

Experimental investigation of fatigue behavior and power loss analysis of spur gear in altered tooth-sum gearing

2

Prakash H R.

4MC03MMM02

2003

2007

Dr Joseph Gonsalves

A comparative study of friction and Lubrication in Altered Tooth-Sum gearing

3

C. Muneer Pasha

4MC05MMN02

2005

2009

Dr H.V.Ramakrishna

A Comparative study of performance and emission of a CI engine using composite biodiesel

4

Mahesh C.D.

4MC07MMM01

2007

2012

Dr B.Yogesha

Super plastic behavior of Ti-Al-Mn alloy a Numerical approach

5

Divya H.V

4MC11MMM02

2011

2013

Dr B.Yogeesh

Super plasticity and superplastic behavior of aluminum alloy

6

Thimmaiah. A.G.

4MC06MMN01

2006

2013

Dr T.R.Rangaswamy

Impact damage characteristics of composite Laminated Hollow Shafts

7

Shankaregowda

4MC06MMM01

2006

2013

Dr K. A. Venugopal

Performance studies on thermally treated tungsten carbide cutting inserts

8

Devaih K.A

4MC07MMN02

2007

2014

Dr H.V.Ramakrishna

Study  and Analyses of  Key Performance Indicator in Small and  medium Scale Industry

9

Smt. Deepika H.R.

4MC15MMJ01

2014

2018

Dr.H.V.Ramakrishna

Effective and optimized approaches of process planning using evolutionary algorithm

10

Ravi Kiran D.N.

4MC15MMJ02

2015

2019

Dr.S.Pradeep

Investigation of friction stir welding of dissimilar Aluminum Alloys for Aerospace Application

11

Sunil kumar H.S.

4MC15PMJ05

2015

2019

Dr K. A. Venugopal

Modeling analysis & development of multipurpose indoor & outdoor robotic system using virtual prototyping techniques

12

Chandra K

4MC17MMA03

2017

2021

Dr. Srinath M. S.

Studies on Machineability Aspects of Microwave Irradiated Coated Cutting Tool

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Industrial Automation & Robotics

This interdisciplinary M.Tech program is unique and  provides an academic curriculum that pulls from mechanical engineering, Industrial & Production Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Electronics and communication engineering, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and instrumentation engineering and computer science Engineering, and all the allied disciplines in the respective core branches of Engineering.

This interdisciplinary M.Tech program provides a platform for exposing the students in depth and facilitates interdependence among the engineering disciplines, offering the students the state of the art technologyto the modern day needs.

This programme will provide a comprehensive educational environment and enable students to gain expertise in next generation robotics and automation systems. The students will get exposed to all the basic and advanced domains in the area of mechatronics and computer science streams.

This M.Tech program calls for rigorous participation of the entire engineering fraternity across circuit branches and mechanical engineering and allied branches of the institution. The programme will provide an excellent employment platform to cater to the needs of the modern industry/ academia. Since its inception (2004), and with an exhaustive 14 years’ experience, this programme has emerged as one of the unique interdisciplinary master degree course with a good number of alumni serving as top executives / researchers in industry / academia. It is worth mentioning out here, that this PG programme has become the order of the day and has emerged as one of the socially relevant programme in the country.

Eligibility: Pass with Minimum 50% in B.E./B.Tech in any one of the following disciplines /equivalent and Qualify in PGCET conducted by KEA,Bengaluru.

·         Mechanical and its allied Engineering Branches

·         Industrial &Production and its allied Engineering Branches

·         Automobile Engineering

·         Electronics and Communication Engineering

·         Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

·         Electrical and Electronics Engineering

·         Computer Science and Engineering

·         Information Science and Engineering

 

Vision of the Department:

To emerge as department of high repute in Mechanical Engineering and allied fields through effective teaching, learning process and research activities, operating with a sense of professional and social responsibility.

 

Mission of the Department:

1.  Adopt state of the art teaching learning processes.

2.  Effective association with higher institutes of learning, industry and research laboratories with emphasis on Materials & Manufacturing.

3.  Encourage students to participate in sustainable projects.

4.  Development activities for faculty/students for research in emerging trends in Materials & Manufacturing.

5.  Inculcate professional and ethical norms in all activities.

At the completion of two year post-graduate program, the students of Industrial Automation & Robotics, MCE are expected to acquire the aptitudes to:

1.Independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve complex multi-disciplinary problems.

2.Exhibiting critical thinking and demonstrate good oral and written communication skills

3.Demonstrate a degree of mastery over the domain Industrial Automation and Robotics.

4.Studying research needs and trends, and carry out literature review, research design, analyses and interpretations providing solutions to varied engineering problems using modern computational tools.

5.Engaging in life-long learning through the assimilation of knowledge on contemporary issues and as a part of multi-disciplinary teams.

 

At the completion of two year post-graduate program, the students of Industrial Automation & Robotics are expected to acquire the abilities to:

1.        

Identify, comprehend and find solutions by applying the knowledge of automation to solve multidisciplinary problems.

2.        

Design, develop, maintain or select an appropriate solution to reduce human fatigue through robotic application resulting in increased production.

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Analyse the activities which are involved in product development from manufacturing scenario and to contribute in reducing product development exertion.

Sl No Name & Designation Members
1 Sree Rajendra
Associate Professor, Faculty ID: 1-482816623
B.E., M.Tech.
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2 Shivashankara B. S.
Assistant Professor, Faculty ID: 1-482816647
B.E., M.Tech.
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