About the Department:
Mechanical Engineering is one of the core branches of engineering discipline having major sub branches like design, thermal, automation, manufacturing engineering, and energy engineering. It is arguably the broadest of main engineering branch. Technologies like CAD, CAE, CIM, and PLM etc have been the driving factors for evaluation of product life cycle by revolutionizing, conceptualization, design detailing analysis and manufacturing procedure. All the workshops and laboratories are equipped with quality machines and equipments. Complete safety is ensured while the students work or learn on the machine and equipments. All labs are quite spacious, properly ventilated and comfortable for learning and performing experiments. Not more than two/three students are allowed to work on each machine at a time. The Mechanical students are also engaged to learn various design software in collaboration with institutes/organization of repute in the college campus itself.
Build & develop the department which is focused in producing technocrats with world class technical & leadership competencies to meet the socio-industrial needs.
- To achieve academic excellence in mechanical engineering through dedication of duty, innovation in teaching and faith in human values.
- To enable our students to develop into outstanding professionals with high ethical standards to face the challenges of the 21th century.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
B. Tech. (Mechanical) Program
|I||To provide a sound foundation in the mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems.|
|II||To promote graduate awareness of the life-long learning and introduce them to professional ethics and codes of professional practice.|
|III||To develop the ability of technical concepts for application to product design.|
|IV||Graduate of program will have successful careers in industry that meet the needs of Indian and multinational companies.|
At the completion of the Mechanical Engineering Program, all students will possess:
|Demonstrate knowledge of basic concepts of mathematics, science and engineering.|
|Demonstrate an ability to identify, formulate and solve complex mechanical engineering problems|
|Model, analyze, design and realize physical systems, components and processes.|
|Plan and conduct experimental programs and evaluate the results.|
|Use modern engineering tools, softwares and equipments to analyze problems.|
|Understand the global and social context of engineering.|
|Provide mechanical engineering solutions to green and sustainable development.|
|Demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.|
|Work with other to accomplish common goals.|
|Communicate effectively in both verbal and written form.|
|Complete a project with technical expertise and financial management.|
|Develop confidence for self-education and ability for life-long learning.|
- Material Science and Testing Lab: Material Selection forms an inseparable part of the Mechanical Engineering Design process. Suggesting a suitable material for a particular application, which can withstand the stresses that will be developed due to various loads without any failure, is of utmost importance because most of the materials are subjected to different kind of stresses due to various types of loads acting on them.
- Fluid Mechanics Lab: The Fluid Mechanics course is an introduction to the mechanics of incompressible and compressible fluids. It covers the principles and more important theories of modern fluid mechanics. The Fluid Mechanics Laboratory course is an indispensable supplement to the theory. It covers measuring devices and techniques, error analysis in experimental works and analysis of assumptions in the theory of fluid mechanics. Hydraulics and fluid mechanics, or the study of liquids, is an important area for Mechanical Engineers.
- Dynamics of Machine Lab: Mechanical engineering systems invariably consist of moving parts. With ever increasing emphasis on high speed machines (for higher productivity), effects of accelerating/decelerating moving masses plays a significant role. This course aims to equip the student with fundamental knowledge of dynamics of machines so that he can appreciate problems of dynamic force balance, transmissibility of forces, and isolation of systems, vibrations, instrumentation and standards.
- Heat transfer lab: Heat transfer is the science dealing with the transfer of energy in the form of heat from one body to another as a result of temperature difference between them. The science of heat transfer provides an explanation for the different modes of heat transfer and also enables one to predict the rate at which energy transfer takes place under specified conditions.
- Thermal Engineering Lab: Thermal engineering is a branch of science that covers energy conversion from one form to another, working of IC engines, modes of Heat transfer, principles of refrigeration and air conditioning etc. The field of thermal engineering includes a lot of applications that can be classified as the combination of thermodynamics and heat transfer, such as IC engines, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. The objective of this laboratory is to provide the student a good environment to understand some very important concepts and applications in the field of IC engines and refrigeration.
- Production lab: The objectives of this lab is to give practical aspects of different production operations, production tools, and equipment in order to gain successful operating ability as well as maintenance and repairs. The students will be able to gain the knowledge about various machine tools i.e. Lathe, Milling, drilling machines. During the study of this lab, students will be able to understand various processes, that can be performed on these machine tools.
In this lab the students will get the knowledge about various cutting tools used on these machines to carry out different cutting operations.
- CAD/CAB LAB:
- To be able to understand and handle design problems in a systematic manner.
- To gain practical experience in handling 2D drafting and 3D modeling software systems.
- To be able to apply CAD in real life applications.
- To understand the concepts G and M codes and manual part programming.
- To expose students to modern control systems (Fanuc, Siemens etc)
- To know the application of various CNC machines
- To expose students to modern CNC application machines EDM, EDM wire cut and Rapid Prototyping
- To understand the basic concepts of computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool and CNC programming.
- The Lab has Production model CNC lathe and CNC milling machines with CAM simulation software’s like CMAS, Edge CAM 10.75, Unigraphics NX4 (CAM).
|Payal Nisha and Desai J. V., “A Review of optimization techniques in Agricultural engineering”, International journal of applied engineering research ,vol. 10, numbers 13, PP 33863-33867.|
|Payal Nisha and Kumar Gaurav, “Electricity – Agriculture – Ground Water nexus in Northern Jaipur, Rajasthan”, 2015, International Conference on Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineeing- 15. VGU and VIT Campus, Jaipur|
|Payal Nisha, Sharma Amogh and Sharma Jyoti, ” Plastics in Municipal Solid Waste: Types and Recycling- A Review” 2015, International Conference on Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineeing- 15.VGU and VIT Campus, Jaipur|
|Mathur Ritesh, Kumar Ravi and Payal Nisha, “An experimental study on Rocket Water Heater”, International Journal For Technological Research In Engineering Volume 2, Issue 1, September-2014 ISSN (Online): 2347 – 4718|
|Payal Nisha (2014-15), Non-Conventional Energy Sources, ISBN: 978-93-83266-15-9, Jaipur, Ashirwad Publications.|
|Payal Nisha (2014-15), Renewable Energy Technology, ISBN: 978-93-83266-12-8, Jaipur, Ashirwad Publications.|
|Khandelwal Kapil(2017),Comparison of Hydrogen and Gaseous Fuel with other Conventional Fuels on the basis of Safety and Toxicity,International Conference on Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineeing- 17,|
|Krishna Nandan ‘Total Productivity Management Using Fuzzy Environment ’ National Conference on Recent Innovations in Mechanical Engineering, VGU and VIT Campus, March 23-24, 2017.|
|Deepanshu Arora & Gopal Agarwal ‘Application of GA and PSO for Flow-Shop Scheduling Problem’International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research. Vol.4, No. 9, PP.240-247, 2017.|
|Deepanshu Arora ‘Application of Integrated Lean and Green Manufacturing for Perishable Goods Manufacturing Unit’ National Conference on Recent Innovations in Mechanical Engineering, VGU and VIT Campus, March 23-24, 2017.|
|Deepanshu Arora, Rahul Agarwal, Shivkant Gautam, Sanjeev Singh, Ritik Vyas ‘Application of Nanotechnology in Manufacturing Industries’ National Conference on Recent Innovations in Mechanical Engineering, VGU and VIT Campus, March 23-24, 2017.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Sahil Sharma ‘Design & Fabrication of Road Power Generation Unit’ National Conference on Recent Innovations in Mechanical Engineering, VGU and VIT Campus, March 23-24, 2017.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Gopal Agarwal ‘Meta-Heuristic Approaches for Flow Shop Scheduling Problems: A Review’ International Journal of Advanced Operations Management, Inderscience, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2016.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Latika Dhuria “Empowering & Sustaining Indian Industries through Supply Chain Management” in National Conference on Strengthening Indian Economy and Business: Nurturing the Present, Innovating the Future, at SKIT Jaipur, 18-19 Nov, 2016.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Latika Dhuria “Challenges Inhibiting the flourishing of Entrepreneurial Competencies of MSME’s in Rajasthan Zone, India ”in National Conference on Strengthening Indian Economy And Business: Nurturing the Present, Innovating the Future, at SKIT Jaipur, 18-19 Nov, 2016.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Gopal Agarwal ‘Evolutionary Approach Genetic Algorithm for Flow Shop Scheduling Problem: A Review’ in 4th International Conference on Advance Trends in Engineering, Technology and Research (ICATETR-2015) BKIT Kota, 19-20 June, 2015.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Gopal Agarwal ‘Evaluation of flow shop scheduling problem through Genetic Algorithm: A Review’ in an International Conference on Production and Automation (ICPA-2015), GIT Jaipur , 17-18 April, 2015.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Gopal Agarwal ‘Application of Genetic Algorithm for dispatching rules based flow shop scheduling problem’ in an International Conference on Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineering (ICRTME15), VGU Jaipur, 25-26 March, 2015.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Gopal Agarwal ‘Meta heuristic approaches for flow shop scheduling problem: A review’ in a National Conference on Futuristic Trends in Mechanical Engineering (NCFTME-2015), JECRC Jaipur, 14-15 March, 2015.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Gopal Agarwal ‘Evolutionary approaches for flow shop scheduling problems’ at a National Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing for A Brighter Future, MNIT Jaipur, 02-03 January, 2015.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Ashok Singh Tawar “Design of Nano Manufacturing System” in National Conference on ELECTIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING at Global Institute of Technology, Jaipur. 29 March, 2012|
|Deepanshu Arora and Ashok Singh Tawar “Biomethane Technology” in National Conference on ENERGY EFFICIENT SYSTEM DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING at Vivekananda Institute of Technology, Jaipur. 30-31 March, 2012.|
|Deepanshu Arora “Application of Genetic Algorithm in Job Shop Scheduling: A Review” in National Conference on Energy Efficient System Design and Manufacturing at Vivekananda Institute of Technology, Jaipur. 30-31 March, 2012.|
|Deepanshu Arora and Ashok Singh Tawar “Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion” in National Conference on EMERGING TRENDS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY at Uttam Devi Mohan Lal College of Engineering, Jaipur, 20-21 April, 2012.|
|Payal Nisha , “Market oriented skills of a Mechanical Engineer”, 2017, National Conference on Recent Innovations in Mechanical Engineeing- 17. VGU and VIT Campus, Jaipur, 2017.|
|S.NO.||NAME OF FACULTY||DESIGNATION||EMAIL ID||Mobile No||Research Area|
|1||Nisha Payal||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Renewal Energy|
|2||Pawan Kumar Goyal||Assistant Professoremail@example.com||9462219448||Manufacturing & Production|
|3||Deepanshu Arora||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||7737283561||Manufactruring Systems Engineering(OR, OM, SCM, Production System)|
|4||Sanjay Choudhary||Assistant Professoremail@example.com||9928774884||Production Engg.|
|5||Indra Bahadur S shekhawat||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||9928999691|
|6||Amogh Sharma||Assistant Professoremail@example.com||7728041345||Production Engg.|
|7||Jyoti Sharma||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||9799901257||Production Engg.|
|8||Kapil Khandelwal||Assistant Professoremail@example.com||9887749670||Thermal Engineering and Fluid Mechanics|
|9||Ganesh kumar Kantak||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||8875032302||Industrial Engineering|
|10||Krishna Nandan||Assistant Professor||krishnanandan912gmail.com>||9828913593||Mechatronics|
|11||Sunil Kumar Jakhar||Assistant Professor|