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Mechanical Engineering

Ever since the industrial revolution, the conceptualization and design, manufacturing and deployment of machines, tools, and gadgets have signaled the technological progress of mankind. The Mechanical Engineering department aims to impart to the students a solid foundation in machine drawing and design, kinematics, thermodynamics, manufacturing processes, and related domains. Graduating students have excellent opportunities to build a career in discrete and process manufacturing industry and research - in automotive, consumer goods, aerospace, heavy machinery, pharmaceutical and chemical process plants, and power generation, to name a few.

"Atria Institute of Technology signs an MoU with TPCRA (Trade Promotion Council of Robotics and Automation) to equip our students and faculty in the areas of Discovery Education, Blockchain, AI, IoT, AR-VR, Cyber Security, Geospatial Technologies, 5G, Serverless Computing, Robotics, Biometrics, 3D Printing, LiDar, Drones and UAV. "

DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers B.E. degree program with an intake of 120 students in a year. The department has over 15 instructional and research laboratories, equipped with some of the research instruments and systems. Mechanical Engineering plays a crucial role in manufacturing of automobiles to airplanes, from refrigerators to cryogenic engines. The department has progressed over time to keep up with the challenges in technology advancement, while maintaining a strong base in the fundamental aspects of Mechanical Engineering.
Our research labs include Nanoscience and Nanotechnology research center, Digital Manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing, and Bio-mechanical Laboratories. Several faculty members serve as reviewer of technical articles for International and National Journals. Graduating students have excellent opportunities to build a career in manufacturing industry and research - in automotive, aerospace, heavy machinery, pharmaceutical and chemical process plants, and power generation.


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    VISION

To be a Centre of Excellence in Mechanical Engineering education and interdisciplinary research to confront real world societal problems with professional ethics.


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   MISSION

M1 - To promote the frontiers of pedagogy amongst students and develop new paradigms in research.

M2 - To develop products, processes, and technologies for the benefit of the society in collaboration with industry and commerce.

M3 - To mold young minds and build a comprehensive personality by nurturing strong professionals with human ethics through interaction with the alumni, experts from academia / industry, research organizations, higher study institutions and area experts.

Duration & Eligibility of Mechanical Engineering Course:

  • DURATION: 4 Years.
  • ELIGIBILITY:

    • Pass in 10+2 / Higher Secondary (HS) / Pre University (PUC) / 'A' Level (with 12 years of schooling) or its equivalent with English as one of the languages.
    • Shall have secured a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate in Physics, Mathematics and any one of the following : Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Electronics.
    • AIT admits students as per prevailing rules and regulations of VTU.
  • ADD-ON COURSE PROVIDED: German Course Details

    • Be the New Age Engineer of Tomorrow with B.E Mechanical Engineering ++ Course (Know More)

The graduates will be able to:

  • PEO1: Apply fundamental Basic Science and Computer aided technology to solve problems encountered in all streams of Mechanical Engineering and beyond like Robotics, Nano science and Computational fluid dynamics.
  • PEO2: Demonstrate professionalism and accountability by applying their technical skills and knowledge; across the spectrum of scientific disciplines in Additive manufacturing, Digital mechatronics thereby supporting local and global societies.
  • PEO3:3. Work ethically both as an individual and as a team member, eventually becoming leaders in various domains such as entrepreneurship, education, and administration.

Mechanical Engineering graduates will be able to learn:

  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.

At the end of the course, the Mechanical Engineering graduate should be able to:

  • PSO1: Apply concepts and principles from Applied Mechanics to design, develop and evaluate Mechanical components or systems including Robotics drives for a specified purpose using computational tools.
  • PSO2: Create Mechanical systems using energy conversion edifices governing laws of Thermodynamics, Heat transfer, Fluid Power and Computation fluid dynamics along with their embedded controllers as per requirements and specifications.
  • PSO3: Utilizing the knowledge and learning of materials and manufacturing and Nano sciences to design, plan and monitor production operations in an industry emphasizing Additive manufacturing, Digital mechatronics, Total quality, Managerial aspects in improvement of life cycle of a product / system keeping environmental considerations.

COURSES OFFERED

Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering

M.Sc.(Engg.) by Research

B.E. in Mechanical Engineering


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Newsletter 2019-2020

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DEPARTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

FACULTY HIGHLIGHTS


  • The Mechanical Department at Atria Institute of Technology comprises a balanced mixture of vast experienced & young and dynamic faculties.
  • The average experience of the department is around 1.3 decades.
  • With well-skilled faculty & well-equipped Laboratories & Centre of Excellence (CoEs), the department majorly leads with Research-Oriented teaching & learning phenomena, which interlinks the theoretical and practical parts of Mechanical Engineering knowledge acquisition by the students and the teachers.

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STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS


  • The students of Mechanical Engineering department are constantly encouraged and motivated to enrol for the courses offered on the National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) Platform.
  • The department offers the students a choice to tailor their course of study with the Mechanical Engineering ++ Program that includes a year of study in Germany.
  • As part of AICTE Activity guidelines by VTU, our students to upkeep themselves & surroundings in this pandemic period, rendered services in village-SHRAMADHAN for a period of 80 hours. The overall agenda was to spread the awareness of cleanliness with regards to COVID-19 & Swachh Bharat.

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CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE

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Bio-Mechanical Laboratory

This lab intends to amalgamate Mechanical Engineering with Medical Technology.

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Metal Additive Manufacturing

MAM is one among the seven important categories of AM processes documented under Direct Energy Deposition.

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The Computational Mechanics Laboratory

The use of computational methods to study phenomena governed by the principles of mechanics.

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Digital Manufacturing

Brings awareness among the students on the latest developments taking place in the area of Mechatronics leading to automation

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Photo Name University/Institute Name Country Links
Prof. Satyam Suwas
Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
Bangalore, India Visit Website
Prof. Prashanth Konda Gokuldoss
University of Tallin
Tallinn, Estonia -
Prof. Hitesh Vora
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, USA -
Prof. D. V. Kiran
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) - Tirupati
Tirupati, India -
Prof. Anand Subramanian
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) - Jammu
Jammu, India -
Dr. N. Balashanmugam
Central Manufacturing Technology Institute
Bangalore, India -
Mr. Nagesh B. K.
Gas Turbine Research Establishment (GTRE)
Bangalore, India -

HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

Dr. M. S. Rajendra Kumar

Professor & Head of Department - Mechanical Engineering


  • M.E.
  • MBA
  • PhD (Marketing), PhD (Mechanical Engineering)
  • Area of Research:Development and Characterisation of Graphite- Aluminium Nitride (AlN) reinforced in Al 6061 Alloy hybrid Metal Matrix Composites; Marketing of Healthcare Services in Public-Private Hospitals: In Tumkur of Karnataka
  • International Publications (18) ; International Conferences (5)
  • Member of MISTE, MASME,MAIMA,MORSI, FIE & FIIPE
  • Listed in Reference Asia 2014 ---- “Asia’s WHO’S WHO” of Men & Women of Achievement by Rifacimento International Organization
  • Best Paper Presentation Award in ISTE Calcutta Convention National Award & TEAMTECH 2004, IISc
  • Total Experience: 34 Years
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Photo Name Designation Specialisation Qualification Experience Profile
Dr. T. N. Sreenivasa Professor & Principal, Atria IT Manufacturing & Materials M.E. (Mechanical-Metal Casting Science and Engineering),
Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering)
31 Yrs View Profile
Dr. A. Sathyaanarayana Swamy Professor Thermal Engineering M.Tech (Thermal Engineering)
Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering Science)
35 Yrs View Profile
Dr. K. Narasimha Murthy Professor Metal Casting Sciences
M.Tech (Metal Casting),
Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering)
34 Yrs View Profile
Dr. T. P. Bharathesh Professor Mechanical Engineering M.Tech (Production),
Ph.D (Metal Matrix Composite)
30 Yrs View Profile
Dr. Ramesh Kuppuswamy Professor & Research Dean, Atria IT Mechanical Ph.D (Thermal) - Nanyang Technological University, Singapore,
M.Tech (Mechine Tools)- IIT Madras
30 Yrs View Profile
Dr. Shivalingappa Kubsad Professor Shock Wave M.Tech (Production Engineering and system Technology),
Ph.D (Industrial and Production)
27 Yrs View Profile
Dr. Venkate Gowda Associate Professor Machine Design Ph.D (Hybrid Composite Frequency Analysis) - VTU,
M.Tech (Machine Design)- VTU
15 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Praveen Kumar B. C. Assistant Professor Manufacturing Science & Engineering B.E. (Mechanical),
M.Tech (Manufacturing Science & Engineering)
9 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Srinivasa Chari V. Assistant Professor CAD/CAM B.E. ( Mechanical),
M.Tech ( CAD/CAM )
8 Yrs View Profile
Dr. Channa Keshava Naik N Assistant Professor Renewable Energy B.E. (Mechanical),
M.Tech (ThermalPower Engineering)
Ph.D(Renewable Energy)
7 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Rangaswamy K. V. Assistant Professor CAD B.E. (Mechanical Engineering),
M.E. (Computer Aided Design)
5.5 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Puneeth H. M. Assistant Professor Machine Design B.E. (Mechanical),
M.Tech (Machine Design)
5 Yrs View Profile
Mrs. Geetha G. Chavan Assistant Professor Thermal Engineering B.E. (Mechanical),
M.Tech (Thermal Engineering), NIT - Surathkal
5 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Chetan C. Shetteppanavar Assistant Professor Engineering Analysis and Design B.E. (Industrial & Production Engineering),
M.Tech (Engineering Analysis & Design)
5 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Mohd Rizwan Jafar Assistant Professor Manufacturing Management, Brain Machine Interface B.E. (Mechanical),
M.Tech (Manufacturing Management), BITS -Pilani
5 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Manu M S Assistant Professor Machine Design B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering),
M.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
4 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Harish H Sr. Asst. Professor Machine Design BE
MTech
3.6 Yrs View Profile
Dr. Nidhi Baranwal Research Assistant Professor Computational Fluid Dynamics BTech (Mechanical Engineering),
Ph.D (Thermal)- IIT Mandi
3.5 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Niranjan Hakkali Assistant Professor Machine Design B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering),
M.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
2 Yrs View Profile
Mr. D. Anjan Kumar Assistant Professor Machine Design B.E. (Mechanical),
M.Tech (Machine Design)
1 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Assistant Professor Thermal Engineering B.E. (Mechanical),
M.Tech (Thermal Engineering) - IIT Madras
0.8 Yrs View Profile
Mr. Deep Narayan Singh Baudh Assistant Professor Thermal Engineering B.E. (Mechanical),
M.Tech (Thermal Engineering) - IIT Madras
0.8 Yrs View Profile

ProfRajesh Siddavattam

Mr. B. K. Kumar

  • Global Head, Consulting & Enterprise Solutions, Tech Mahindra.
  • Digital Supply Chain Transformation.
  • Consultant to Fortune 100 companies in America, Europe and Japan.
  • Former Head of R&D, L&T Construction Equipment Division
  • B.E. (Mechanical), MBA.
Atria Institute of Technology
Department of Mechanical Engineering
PLACEMENT STATISTICS FROM 2019 to 2020
Academic Year Total No. of Students Total No. Offers
Received
Total No. of Students
Placed
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2020-21 82 47 43 Read More
2019-20 100 55 48 Read More
2018-19 72 40 35 Read More
STATISTICS FROM 2019 to 2020
Academic Year Total No. of Students Total No. of Companies offered Internship Total No. Students Pursued Internship Links
2019-20 90 25 90 Read More
  • Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI) an autonomous R&D organization and registered as a society under Mysore Societies Act and under the administrative control of the Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Department of Heavy Industry, Government of India.
Atria Institute of Technology
Department of Mechanical Engineering
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MoU)
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Party
Name
Purpose of
MoU Agreement
MoU
Agreement
1 Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bengaluru To jointly work on R&D in Design and Manufacturing Engineering and also in areas like Micromachining, Green Manufacturing, Smart Manufacturing, Industrial Ergonomics, Additive Manufacturing, Welding, Machining, Finishing, Metrology and other Advanced Manufacturing Technology areas. Read
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2 SkillDzire Technologies Private Limited, Hyderabad, To jointly work on imparting knowledge by conducting workshops, FDPs, internships, job-oriented trainings, placements, real time projects and industry training and provide placements to the deserving candidates. Read
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3 Cadmaxx Solutions Education Trust,
Bengaluru
The purpose of this Agreement is to promote collaboration in engineering education and problem-solving activities between the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Atria Institute of Technology and Cadmaxx Solutions Education Trust. Read
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Atria Institute of Technology
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Industry Interaction
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Atria Institute of Technology
Department of Mechanical Engineering
AICTE ACTIVITY POINTS
AICTE Activity Links
AICTE Circular-
Earning of Activity Points for Award of Degree for students admitted under 2018 Regulations.

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AICTE Activity Report Acknowledgement Letter
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The Department of Mechanical Engineering is well qualified with eminent faculty members who are guiding Ph.D. scholars in advanced areas of Mechanical Engineering like Additive Manufacturing, Nano Materials etc. The department is actively involved in current areas of Mechanical Engineering presenting papers at conferences and reputed journals. A track record of at least one project-proposal getting selected every year in KSCST Annual Project Proposal Contests. Faculty of the department have executed many research projects supported by VTU, KSCST, VGST and other prestigious educational and research-oriented organizations. Regular technical talks and seminars/workshops are being conducted for both faculty and students. Below numbers display the strength of the department in terms of research.

DEPARTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

ODD SEMESTER LABORATORIES [I, III, V, VII]

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Computer Integrated Manufacturing Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL76
Students are exposed to the techniques of CNC programming and cutting tool path generation through simulation software’s and also educated them on usage of CAM packages, importance of automation, robotics, hydraulics and pneumatics.

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Design
Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL77
Students illustrate the principle of pressure development in an oil film of hydrodynamic journal bearing, concept of stress concentration using photo elasticity, critical speed of rotating shaft, balancing of rotating mass and dynamics of SDOF.

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Fluid Mechanics/Machines Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL57
Students demonstrate the concepts and applications of various types of flow measuring devices, their calibration, energy conversion principles, analysis, understanding of hydraulic turbines and pumps.

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Energy Conversion Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL58
Students understand fuel properties and its measurements, energy conversion principles, IC Engines and also their application is demonstrated.

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Material Testing Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL37A
Students understand the mechanical behaviour of various engineering materials by conducting standard test and also learn material failure modes and the methods for improving mechanical properties of materials.

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Foundry, Forging and Welding Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL38B
Insights into different sand preparation, foundry equipment, forging tools, arc welding equipment are given and also students are given practical training to enhance their practical skills.

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EVEN SEMESTER LABORATORIES [II, IV, VI]

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Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL47B
It equips students with the knowledge of concept of metrology and standards of measurement, limits, fits and tolerance, gauging, angular & gear measurements, force, torque, pressure, temperature and strain.

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Workshop and Machine Shop Practice
(Fitting & Machining) Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL48A
Students are made to use fitting tools to perform fitting operations and also provides practical skills with the insights to different machine tools, accessories and attachments.

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Computer Aided Modelling and Analysis Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL66
The students will acquire basic understanding of analysis of different kinds of loading on bars, trusses, beams and also the analysis pertaining to various parameters like stresses and deformations for thermal and dynamic loads.

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Heat Transfer Laboratory

CODE: 18MEL67
Provides fundamental knowledge necessary to students to understand the behaviour of thermal systems also provides a detailed experimental analysis, including the application and heat transfer through solids, fluids and vacuum.

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