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ABOUT MECHANICAL

“If you love to work on engines, if u have an interest in manufacturing or if you have an aptitude for drawing then mechanical engineering might be your calling.” It is one of the oldest and the evergreen branch among all other branches of engineering. They deal with the concepts of mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, power sector, refrigeration, air conditioning sector and aerospace. In this field you will have ample opportunity to demonstrate your skills in the lab. As a student of mechanical engineering, you will find yourself deep-diving into this core technical field that deals with various subjects broadly classified into the design, thermal and manufacturing streams.

ABOUT MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT IN SRI SAIRAM

The Department of Mechanical Engineering made its beginning with the establishment of the college in 1997.The department has well qualified teaching faculties and supporting technical staff led by an experienced foreman who strives for imparting best practical knowledge. The department also called as ‘Royal Mech’ conducts a technical program in the name of ‘MECHTECH’ . We have around 1500 books in our department library. Our students have been actively associating themselves with industries through Industrial projects, In plant training and Industrial visits with organizations like Escorts, TVS, Ashok Leyland, Rove lab, Bosch etc…Almost all the students are members of the professional societies of SAE, ISTE and IEI. We have the placement record of top core mechanical companies like Alpha 9 Marine services, Triveni turbines, Go Speedy Go, Westline shipping Management Pvt Ltd, Kayjay forgings Pvt Ltd, HYUNDAI Polytech along with TCS, WIPRO, HCL, INFOSYS, COGNIZANT etc…

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Mechanical engineering creates a base for students who aspire to lead their career in the fields of design, materials, manufacturing, CAD/CAM/CAE, Automation, Mechatronics, MEMS (Micro Electrical Mechanical Systems), FEM as well as managerial aspects of industry. Mechanical engineering graduates are sought after by employers in most sectors of the engineering industry including aerospace, automobile, chemical, construction, defence, industrial electronics, IT, materials, pharmaceutical, railway etc…

Faculty

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List of faculty

hod-mech

Head of the Department

Name : Prof. Balaji.V Qualification :B.E, M-Tech (Ph.D))Department :Mechanical Engineering.
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Sl.NoNameDesignationQualificationEmail Id
1Prof.Balaji.VAsst Prof & HODM.Tech, (PhD )hod.mech@sairamce.edu.in
2Dr.C.AnilkumarProfessorM.E., PhDanilkumar.mech@sairamce.edu.in
3Dr.SivasakthiBalan KAsst.ProfessorM.E., PhDbalan.mech@sairamce.edu.in
4Prof.Yogananda B SAsst.ProfessorM.E., MBA, (PhD)yogananda.mech@sairamce.edu.in
5Prof.Durai JAsst.ProfessorM.E (CAD)duraij.mech@sairamce.edu.in
6Prof.Vijai. RAsst.ProfessorM.E.(CAD)vijayr.mech@sairamce.edu.in
7Prof.R.SaravanakumarAsst.ProfessorM.E (CAD), (PhD ) saravanakumarr.mech@sairamce.edu.in
8Prof.A.MuthuvelAsst.ProfessorB.Tec, MS (By Research)muthuvel.mech@sairamce.edu.in
9Prof.ArunaShanbhogAsst.ProfessorM.E (Engg.Design)arunas.mech@sairamce.edu.in
10Prof.HarishBabu LAsst.ProfessorM.E (Engg.Design)harishbabu.mech@sairamce.edu.in
11Prof.VinodkumarBiradarAsst.ProfessorM.Tech(Machine Design)vinodkumar.mech@sairamce.edu.in
12Prof.Arun kumar.M.RAsst.ProfessorM-Tech(Machine Design)arunkumarmr.mech@sairamce.edu.in
13Prof.Ayiswarya.GAsst.ProfessorM.E (Structural Engg)ayiswarya.mech@sairamce.edu.in
14Prof.Rajesh Kumar NAsst.ProfessorM.E (Engineering Design)rajeshkumarn.mech@sairamce.edu.in
15Prof Jeyasri.JAsst.ProfessorM.E (Thermal Engg)jeyasrij.mech@sairamce.edu.in
16Prof.Sridhar C SAsst.ProfessorM.Tech (Machine Design)sridharcs.mech@sairamce.edu.in
17Prof.Rajini RAsst.ProfessorM.Tech (CADE In Structural Engg)rajinir.mech@sairamce.edu.in
18Prof.Anand.K.AAsst.ProfessorM.Tech ( Thermal Power Engg)anandka.mech@sairamce.edu.in
19Prof.Sachin.Anant.TelangAsst.ProfessorM.Tech ( Thermal Power Engg)sachintelang.mech@sairamce.edu.in
20Prof.Ramya.RAsst.ProfessorM.Tech ( Manufacturing Technology)ramyar.mech@sairamce.edu.in
21Prof.Srinivas.RAsst.ProfessorM.Tech (Machine Design) (PhD)srinivas.mech@sairamce.edu.in

List of supporting staff

Sl.No.NameDesignation
1Mr.K. MAGESHSystem Admin
2Mrs.VIDHYA BANAKARLab Instructor
3Mr.K. SUNDARA RAJANAsst.Forman
4Mr.BADARINARAYANA.M.SLab Assistant
5Mr.HUSAIN SAHEB L.JAIHALAsst.Lab Instructor
6Mr.NANDISH REDDY. SLab Assistant
7Mr.VENKATASWAMY REDDYLab Instructor
8Mr.HARISHA .SLab.Assistant
9Mr.MANI. KAttender
10Mr.LAKSHMI NARAYANA SWAMY.PAttender
11Mr.KARTHIK REDDY. NAttender

Labarotary

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Sl.NoNAME OF THE LABORATORY
1Workshop Practice Lab
2Machine Shop Lab
3Material Testing Lab
4Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab
5Foundry & Forging Lab
6Energy Conversion Lab
7Heat Transfer Lab
8Design Lab
9CAED/CAMD
10Modeling and Analysis Lab
11Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab
12Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab

WORKSHOP PRACTICE LAB

Workshop practice is the backbone of the real industrial environment which helps to develop and enhance relevant technical hand skills required by the technician working in the various engineering industries and workshops. This course intends to impart basic know-how of various hand tools and their use in different sections of manufacturing. Irrespective of branch, the use of workshop practices in day to day industrial as well domestic life helps to dissolve the problems.

FACILITIES

34 Bench Vices, 2 Welding Machines, Hand Shear Cutting Machine, Surface Plate, Pipe Vice.

MACHINE SHOP LAB

The Machine shop is the heart and soul of mechanical engineering branch. It deals with the various machining operations such as turning, milling, shaping, thread cutting, slotting, drilling etc.

FACILITIES:

Lathe, Milling Machine, Shaping Machine, Drilling Machine, Surface Grinding Machine, Pedestal Grinding Machine, Power Hacksaw Machine etc.

MATERIAL TESTING LAB:

The Material Testing Laboratory is equipped with destructive and non-destructive testing machines like UTM, impact and torsion testing machine, hardness and wear testing machine, and dye penetration. The mechanical properties of material in tension, compression, impact, torsion, bending, wear, and hardness are evaluated here.

FACILITIES:

Brinell Hardness Testing Machine, Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine, Impact Testing Machine, Universal Testing Machine, Wear Testing Machine, Torsion Testing Machine, Crack Detector Apparatus

CAED/CAMD LAB

CAED lab houses computers with Solid Edge software’s which cater the needs of first year students for Computer Aided Engineering Drawing. The 3D workbench module is used by the second year Mechanical Students for Computer Aided Machine Drawing.

FACILITIES:

60 numbers High configuration Dell desktop systems with licensed AutoCAD version 2016.

CIM/AUTOMATION LAB

CIM & Automation Laboratory is used to train the students on CNC programming, simulation and machining. Extensive exposure is provided by using Computer Aided Machining packages like NCTurn 10, NCMill 10, CAPSTurn 10.0, CAPSMill 10.0 etc.

FACILITIES:

CNC vertical machining center, CNC turning centre, 3D printing machine, 6 Axis Aristo Robot, Basic hydraulic and pneumatic training kit, CAM software and Aristosim software.

DESIGN LAB

Strength, life, durability are the prominent words in the design field. Prominent knowledge of design of machine components will be provided through experiments like vibration monitoring equipments. Continuous shaft system, governors, photo-elasticity experimental set up etc.

FACILITIES:

Journal Bearing Set up, Whirling of shaft, Governor apparatus, Gyroscope, Balancing of masses, vibration set up, Polariscope, Strain Rosette apparatus

ENERGY CONVERSION LAB

In this laboratory, students will have the opportunity to study the working principle of IC engines (both SI and CI engines), performance and characteristics in terms of heat balancing, economical speed variations, air fuel ratio influence on the engine to reinforce classroom theory by having the student perform required tests, analyze subsequent data, and present the results in a professionally prepared report.

FACILITIES:

Cut sectioned petrol and diesel engines, Multi cylinder petrol engine, Single cylinder petrol engine, 4-Stroke diesel engine, Variable compression ratio diesel engine, Boiler models, Assembly and dis-assembly of engines. Viscometers, Calorimeter, Flash and Fire apparatus, carbon residue apparatus.

FOUNDRY & FORGING LAB

Foundry and Forging are the most primitive techniques to bring material to required shape and size. Casting is a technique where material is treated above its melting points to bring it to molten state and poured in to mould of the required shape. Forging is a process of heating the material to a temperature above re-crystallization but below its melting temperature. With the application of pressure material formed to required shape.

FACILITIES:

Hearth Forge, Anvil, Swage Block, Sand Testing Analysis, Sieve Analysis, Clay Content, Permeability, Universal Sand Testing Machine, Core hardness testing machine.

FLUID MECHANICS LAB

A basic knowledge of Fluid mechanics is essential for all the scientists and engineers because they frequently come across a variety of problems involving flow of fluids such as in aerodynamics, force of fluid on structural surfaces, fluid transport. This fluid mechanics lab helps to understand these physical processes more closely.

FACILITIES:

Venturi & orifice meters, Pipe friction, Impact of jets, Flow through notches and weirs, Impulse and reaction turbines, Centrifugal and reciprocating pumps.

HEAT TRANSFER LAB

Heat & mass transfer laboratory provides knowledge about various modes of heat & mass transfer like conduction, convection, radiation and boiling. The laboratory is well equipped with experimental set-ups to teach conduction, convection and radiation and boiling –condensation. The lab augments practical skills of students which can be applied in process industries, power plant and automobile sector.

FACILITIES:

Composite slab, Stefan Boltzmann, Emissitivity test, Metal rod, Pin fin, Transient natural, forced convections. Refrigeration test rig, Parallel and counter flow apparatus, Air Condition test rig, Thermal Conductivity apparatus.

MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY LAB

To demonstrate the theoretical concepts taught in Mechanical Measurements & Metrology. To understand and use various measuring tools. Understand calibration of various measuring devices. To learn the measurement of bores by internal micrometers and dial bore indicators. To learn the measurement of the Angle and taper s by Bevel protractor, Sine bars, etc.

FACILITIES:

Pressure Gauge, Thermocouple, LVDT, Load Cell, Strain gauge, Optical Projector, Tool Maker Microscope, Sine bar, Sine Center, Bevel Protractor, Autocollimator, Lathe tool dynamometer, drill tool dynamometer, Surface roughness, mechanical comparator, gear tooth vernier, gear tooth micrometer, slip gauges, Optical Flats.

Workshops

A. Fitting Section
Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1STUDY OF ELECTRIC ARC WELDING TOOLS &EQUIPMENTS
2MAKE ELECTRIC ARC WELDING MODELS
ABUTT JOINT
BLAP JOINT
CT-JOINT
DL- JOINT
B. Welding
Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1STUDY OF ELECTRIC ARC WELDING TOOLS &EQUIPMENTS
2MAKE ELECTRIC ARC WELDING MODELS
ABUTT JOINT
BLAP JOINT
CT-JOINT
DL- JOINT
C.Carpentary
Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1STUDY & DEMONATRATION OF CARPENTARY TOOLS ,JOINTS &OPERATIONS
D.Sheet Metal
Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1STUDY & DEMONATRATION OF SHEET METAL &SOLDERING WORK

Machine Shop

A.Lathe Machine

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1MAKE FOLLOWING MODELS ON LATHE WITH FOLLOWING OPERATIONS
APLAIN TURNING
BTAPER TURNING
CSTEP TURNING
DTHREAD CUTTING
EFACING
FKNURLING
GDRILLING
HBORING
IINTERNAL THREAD CUTTING
JECCENTRIC TURNING

B.Shaping Machine

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1MAKE FOLLOWING MODELS ON SHAPING MACHINE WITH FOLLOWING OPERATIONS
ACUTTING OF “ V “ GROOVE
BCUTTING OF “ DOVETAIL “ GROOVE
CCUTTING OF “ RECTANGULAR “ GROOVE

C.Milling Machine

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1CUTTING OF GEAR TEETH USING MILLING MACHINE

3.Fluid

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1DETERMINATION OF COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION OF FLOW IN A PIPE
2DETERMINATION OF MINOR LOSSES IN FLOW THROUGH PIPES
3DETERMINATION OF FORCE DEVELOPED BY IMPACT OF JET ON VANES.
4CALIBRATION OF FLOW MEASURING DEVICES
AORIFICE PLATE METER
BNOZZLE
CVENTURIMETER
DV-NOTCH

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PERFORMANCE TESTING OF TURBINES
APELTON WHEEL
BFRANCIS TURBINE
CKAPLAN TURBINE
2PERFORMANCE TESTING OF PUMPS
ASINGLE STAGE CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
BRECIPROCATING PUMP
3PERFORMANCE TEST OF A TWO STAGE RECIPROCATING AIR COMPRESSOR
4PERFORMANCE TEST ON AIRBLOWER

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PREPARATION OF SPECIMEN FOR METALLOGRAPIC EXAMINATION OF DIFFERENT ENGINEERING MATERIALS
2IDENTIFICATION OF MICROSTRUCTURES OF
APLAIN CARBON STEEL
BTOOL STEEL
CGREY CAST IRON
DSG IRON
EBRASS
FBRONZE
GCOMPOSITES
3NON-DESTRUCTIVE TEST EXPERIMENTS LIKE
AMAGNETIC CRACK DETECTION
BDYE PENETRATION TESTING TO STUDY THE DEFECTS OF CASTED & WELDED SPECIMENS
CULTRASONIC FLAW DETECTION
4HEAT TREATMENT –ANNEALING,NORMALISING,HARDENING & TEMPERING OF STEEL, HARDNESS STUDIES OF HEAT-TREATED SAMPLES.
5TO STUDY THE WEAR CHARACTERISTICS OF FERROUS, NON FERROUS & COMPOSITE MATERIAL FOR DIFFERENT PARAMETERS

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1TENSILE,SHEAR & COMPRESSION TESTS OF
METALLIC & NON METALLIC SPECIMENS USING UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE
2TORSION TESTS
3BENDING TEST ON METALLIC & NON METALLIC SPECIMENS
4IZOD AND CHARPY TESTS ON M.S. SPECIMEN
5HARDNES TEST
ABRINELL
BROCKWELL
CVICKERS
6FATIGUE TEST

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1CALIBARATION OF PRESSURE GAUGE
2CALIBARATION OF THERMOCOUPLE
3CALIBARATION OF LVDT
4CALIBARATION OF LOAD CELL
5DETERMINATION OF MODULUS OF ELASTICITY OF A MILD STEEL SPECIMEN USING STRAIN GAUGES

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
6MEASUREMENTS USING
AOPTICAL PROJECTOR
BTOOLMAKER MICROSCOPE
7MEASUREMENTS USING
ASINE CENTRE
BSINE BAR
CBEVEL PROTRACTOR
8MEASUREMENTS OF ALIGNMENT USING AUTOCOLLIMATOR/ROLLER SET
10MEASUREMENT OF SCREW THREAD PARAMETER USING
9MEASUREMENTS OF CUTTING FORCES USING
ALATHE TOOL DYNAMOMETER
BDRILL TOOL DYNAMOMETER
10MEASUREMENT OF SCREW THREAD PARAMETER USING
ATWO WIRW METHOD
BTHREE WIRE METHOD
11MEASUREMENTS OF SURFACE ROUGHNESS USING TALLY SURF/MECHANICAL COMPARATOR.
12MEASUREMENT OF GEAR TOOTH PROFILE USING GEAR TOOTH VERNIER/GEAR TOOTH MICROMETER.
13CALIBARATION OF MICROMETER USING SLIP GAUGES
14MEASUREMENT USING OPTICAL FLATS

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PREPARATION OF SAND SPECIMENS & CONDUCTION OF THE FOLLOWING TEST
ACOMPRESSION,SHEAR & TENSIL TEST ON UNIVERSAL SAND TESTING MACHINE
2PERMEABILITY TEST
3CORE HARDNESS &MOULD HARDNESS TEST.
4GRAIN FITNESS NUMBERTEST(SIEVE ANALYSIS TEST)
5CLAY CONTENT TEST
6MOISTURE CONTENT TEST

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1USE OF FOUNDARY TOOLS & OTHER EQUIPMENTS
2PREPARATION OF MOULDS USING TWO MOULDING BOXES
AUSING PATTERNS(SPLIT PATTERNS,MATCH PLATE,& CORE BOXES )
BWITHOUT PATTERNS
3PREPARATION OF CASTING(ALUMINUM OR CAST IRON ) DEMONSTRATION ONLY

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PREPARING FORGED MODELS-INVOLVING
AUPSETTING-OPERATION
BDRAWING-OPERATION
CBENDING-OPERATION
USE POWER HAMMER FOR AT LEAST ONE MODEL

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1DETERMINATION OF FLASH POINT & FIRE POINTOF LUBRICATING OIL USING
AABEL PENSKY AND MARTIN(CLOSED)
BCLEAVLAND (OPEN CUP ) APPRATUS.
2DETERMINATION OF CALORIFIC VALUE OF SOLID,LIQUID & GASEOUS FUELS.
3DETERMINATION OF VISCOSITY OF A LUBRICATING OIL USING
REDWOODS,SAYBOLTS & TORSION VISCOMETERS.
4VALVE TIMING/PORT OPENING DIAGRAM OF AN I.C.ENGINE(4 STROKE/2 STROKE)
5USE OF PLANIMETER

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PERFORMANCE TEST ON I.C.ENGINES& CALCULATIONS
AFOUR STROKE DIESEL ENGINE
BFOUR STROKE PETROL ENGINE
CMULTI CYLINDER DIESEL/PETROL ENGINE(MORSE TEST )
DTWO STROKE PETROL ENGINE
EVARIABLE COMPRESSION RATIO I.C ENGINE

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1DETERMINATION OF NATURAL FREQUENCY,LOGARITHMIC DECREMENT,DAMPING RATIO & DAMPING COEFFICIENT IN A SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM VIBRATING SYSTEMS( LONGITUDINAL & TORSIONAL )
2BALANCING OF ROTATING MASSES.
3DETERMINATION OF CRITICAL SPEED OF A ROTATING SHAFT.
4DETERMINATION OF FRINGE CONSTANT OF PHOTOELASTI MATERIAL USING.
ACIRCULSR DISC SUBJECTED TO DIAMETRAL COMPRESSION.
BPURE BENDING SPECIMEN(FOUR POINT BENDING)
5DETERMINATION OF STRESS CONCENTRATION USING . PHOTOELASTICITY FOR SIMPLE COMPONENTS LIKE -
APLATE WITH A HOLE UNDER TENSION OR BENDING
BCIRCULAR DISC WITH CIRCULAR HOLE UNDER COMPRESSION, 2D CRANE HOOK

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
6DETERMINATION OF EQUILIBRIUM SPEED,SENSITIVENESS,POWER & EFFORT OF PORTER/PROWEL/HARTNEL GOVERNOR
7DETERMINATION OF PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION IN JOURNAL BEARING.
8DETERMINATION OF PRINCIPAL STRESSES & STRAINS IN A MEMBER SUBJECTED TO COMBINED LOADING USING STRAIN ROSETTES
9DETERMINATION OF STRESSES IN CURVED BEAM USING STRAIN GAUGE.
10EXPERIMENTS ON GYROSCOPE (DEMONSTRATION ONLY )

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1CNC PART PROGRAMMING USING CAM PACKGES
ASIMULATION OF TURNING,DRILLING,MILLING OPERATION
B3 TYPICAL SIMULATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT USING SIMULATION PACKAGES LIKE MASTER- CAM OR ANY EQUIVALENT SOFTWARE

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1FMS ( FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM) :
PROGRAMMING OF AUTOMATIC STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM(ASRS) AND LINEAR SHUTTLE CONVEYOUR INTERFACING CNC LATHE MILLING WITH LOADING UNLOADING ARM AND ASRS TO BE CARRIED OUT ON SIMPLE COMPONENTS.
2ROBOT PROGRAMMING:
USING TEACH PENDENT & OFFLINE PROGRAMMING TO PERFORM PICK AND PLACE, STACKING OF OBJECTS,2 PROGRAMS

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PNEUMATICS AND HYDRAULICS, ELECTRO-PNEUMATICS: 3 TYPICAL EXPERIMENTS ON BASICS OF THESE TOPICS TO BE CONDUCTED.

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1DETERMINATION OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF A METAL ROD
2DETERMINATION OF OVERALL HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT OF A COMPOSITE WALL.
3DETERMINATION OF EFFECTIVENESS ON A METALLIC FIN .
4DETERMINATION OF HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT IN A FREE CONVENTION FLOW THROUGH A PIPE.
5DETERMINATION OF HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT IN A FORCED CONVENTION FLOW THROUGH A PIPE
6DETERMINATION OF EMISSIVITY OF A SURFACE.

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
7DETERMINATION OF STEFAN BOLTZMAN CONSTANT.
8DETERMINATION OF LMDT AND EFFECTIVENESS IN A PARALLEL FLOW AND COUNTER FLOW HEAT EXCHANGERS.
9EXPERIMENTS ON BOILING OF LIQUID &CONDENSATION OF VAPOUR
10PERFORMANCE TEST ON A VAPOUR COMPRESSION REFRIGERATION.
11PERFORMANCE TEST ON A VAPOUR COMPRESSION AIR-CONDITIONER
12XPERIMENTS ON TRANSIENT CONDITION HEAT TRANSFER