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Hod Mech


The Mechanical Engineering is referred to as “The Mother of all engineering disciplines”. A Mechanical Engineer designs, develops, builds, tests, installs and maintains every machine in the world. It has its origin from the basic physical science and materials science that produced the most of the innovations in the history of mankind. It has foreseen the future and developed the fundamentals for power industry, automobile industry, avionics industry, Industrial automation, logistics, manufacturing plants and many more.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was established in 2011 with an annual intake of 60 students. The Mechanical Engineering Department offers program grounded in scientific, mathematical, and technical knowledge through coursework that keeps pace with current relevant technologies which enables students to exhibit the ability to analyze, synthesize, and design engineering systems through their involvement in the problem-based and, by means of general education courses. During the Academic Year 2012-13 the student’s intake has been enhanced to 120.

The Mechanical Engineering program at JBREC has set for itself sound Program Educational Objectives and the resulting Program Outcomes and delivers an educational program that prepares its graduates to become intellectual leaders in industry, government, and academia. The department strives to train students in mechanical engineering sciences as well as application of these scientific methods to conceive, organize and carry out scientific design of engineering systems. The program offers training and development in the various streams of Mechanical Engineering and gives ample practical applications in our fully equipped laboratories. Our department has dedicated and competent faculty members to impart quality education, project guidance, personality development to enable them to be placed with a reputed organizations.

Competencies are the combination of Knowledge, Skills, Traits and Attitudes, which collectively enable a student to perform successfully in a given job.  The department organizes various programs like seminars, Guest Lectures, paper presentations, Group Discussion and Industrial Visits to enhance the competencies of our students. We work towards building Foundational Competencies which include Commitment, Integrity, Drive for Results, Self-awareness and Self-regulation, Embracing Diversity and Teamwork; Functional Competencies which include Analytical Thinking, Conceptual Thinking, Setting Standards, Managing Resources, Decisiveness, Planning, Team Leadership, and Tact & Communication.; Technical Competencies: Common Technical Requirements; Function-Specific Technical Requirements: Academic Qualification and Training and Specialized Expertise; primary competency categories: Tangible or measurable skills, Knowledge, Behaviour and Interpersonal skills

The highlight of our department is that it is housed in a separate block that accommodates the basic infrastructure viz. Laboratories, Lecture Halls, Drawing Halls, Seminar Hall and Student development Centre. We request the visitors of JBREC website to go through the complete details of Mechanical Engineering Department which illustrates the “Growth and Glimpses” of our mechanical department.


Faculty

S.No

Name of the Faculty

Qualification

Designation

1

Dr.Ravi Shankar Kalva

Ph.D

Professor & HOD

2

Dr.P.M.M.S. Sarma

Ph.D

Professor

3

Dr.K.M.M. Sheriff

Ph.D

Professor

4

Mr.A.V.Rao

M.Tech

Associate Professor

5

Mr. James Prasad Rao

M.Tech

Associate Professor

6

Mr.Ramesh

M.Tech

Associate Professor

7

Mrs. B.Sunitha

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

8

Mr.V.Mallikarjun

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

9

Mr.U.Sathi Babu

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

10

Mr.Vikash Kumar Gupta

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

11

Ms.B.Krishnaveni

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

12

Mohammed Jamsheed

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

13

Mrs.K.Swapna Reddy

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

14

Mr.L.Sreenivasa Rao

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

15

Mr.V.Jayakrishna

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

16

Mr.P.Nagarjuna

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

17

Mr.S.Rajendra Prasad

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

18

Mr.M.Raghavendra

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

19

Mr. Uppara Suresh

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

20

Mr. P. Naga Raju

M.Tech

Assistant Professor

21

Mr. M.Ravikumar Goud

B.Tech

Assistant Professor

22

Mr. CH.Anil Kumar

B.Tech

Assistant Professor

23

Ms. K. Deepika

B.Tech

Assistant Professor



Supporting Staff

S.No

Name of the Staff

Qualification

Designation

1

Mr.Rampelli Odelu

B.Tech

Lab Incharge

2

Ms.K.Kalyani

B.Tech

Lab Demonstrator

3

Ms.N.Renuka

B.Tech

Lab Demonstrator

4

Mr.B.Narasimhulu

I.T.I

Lab Assistant

5

Mr. B. Sudhakar

I.T.I

Lab Assistant

6

Mr. Sravan Kumar

I.T.I

Lab Assistant



Professional Bodies

  • Student Chapter of ISTE

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Infrastructure

The department has excellent laboratory infrastructural facilities and students are trained and supervised by experienced coordinators. There are trained technicians to help the students in performing the experiments. Through the experiments performed at the labs, the students get practical knowledge. The knowledge acquired in the lab eventually equips the students to provide quality service once employed in the industry.

List of Labs:
  1. Engineering Workshop
  2. Metallurgy & Mechanics of Solids Lab
  3. Production Technology Lab
  4. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab
  5. Machine Tools & Metrology Lab
  6. Thermal Engineering Lab
  7. Heat Transfer Lab
  8. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Lab
  9. Instrumentation Lab

1. Engineering Workshop

Engineering Workshop is a place where students acquire knowledge on the operation of various processes involved in manufacturing and production. The Workshop Practice course makes students competent in handling practical work in engineering environment. In this workshop students are enabled in basic mechanical operations like fitting, carpentry, foundry and smithy. The following workshop practices are given to the students. This workshop develops the creative skill of the future engineers

  Mechanical Lab

Mechanical lab  

2. Metallurgy & Mechanics of Solids Lab

The purpose of metallurgy and Mechanics of Solids laboratory is to make students conduct experiments to determine the magnitude of stress and strains acting in a material which can be further used to determine other material properties. In order that students have a good understanding of the theory underlying the experiments


3. Production Technology Lab

The production technology Laboratory course aims to impart the knowledge about various manufacturing processes. It deals with metal casting, metal forming plastic molding and metal joining processes. After this course, a student will have a good exposure about the manufacturing processes and various operations and machinery. This also gives the recent trends in these processes also.

  Mechanical lab

Mechanical lab  

4. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab

The purpose of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery laboratory is to reinforce and enhance the understanding of the fundamental concepts of Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machines. The experiments here are designed to demonstrate the applications of the basic fluid mechanics principles and to provide a more intuitive and physical understanding of the theory. This lab has ample facilities for conducting fluid flow experiments.


5. Machine Tools Lab

Machine tools are power driven machines used by the mechanical engineers for imparting the desired size and shape to a work piece with the desired accuracy by removing the excess metal in the form of chips. In the machine tool lab, the student performs different operations in the lathe such as taper turning, thread cutting, grooving etc.

  Mechanical lab

Mechanical lab  

Metrology Lab

The Metrology lab provides the students with an active learning environment of measurement technologies used in production engineering field. 
 The laboratory course covers, various measurements like Linear,  Angular Measurement, Level Measurement, Surface Roughness, etc. Students use the laboratory to collect and analyze measurement data, evaluate measurement methodologies, and learn the capabilities and limitations of measurement technologies.


6.Thermal Engineering Lab

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. The primary purpose of the laboratory is to show students the experimental methods on thermal energies on various engines and demonstrate their operational procedures. These values can be further used to determine other fuel properties.

  Mechanical lab

Mechanical lab  

7. Heat Transfer Lab

This Lab contributes to the educational process as the students can study free and forced convection in flat surfaces, Fins exchanger etc. Also, they can study the dependence of the heat transmission with the temperature, speed of the fluid and the exchanger geometry. thereby student can link between what they have learned from the theoretical material and what he is doing in the lab


8. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Lab

The Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Laboratory, encompasses designing of geometric and solid modeling, computer graphics and visualization. Topics include Introduction to computer-aided drafting using CAD software and sketching to generate two- and three-dimensional drawings based on the conventions of engineering graphical communication.

  Mechanical lab

amechanical lab  

9. Instrumentation Lab

The main aim of this lab is to guide the students in measuring velocity of fluid, Humidity, Fluid Density, Temperature and so on. The lab is equipped with Temperature Measuring Devices, Displacement Measuring Device, Various Strain gauges, Speed measuring Device, etc.. Sensors and Transducers include Pressure Sensors and manometers, Flow meters, LVDTs, Strain Gages, Thermocouples, and RTDs etc


LIST OF SOFTWARE:

AutoCAD Software (AUTODESK)


Research and development

Papers Published/Conference/Books by Faculty of Department of Mechanical Engineering

  • Dr.Ravi Shankar Kalva; 3D Printing – The Future of manufacturing (The Next Industrial Revolution),International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and Technology (IJIET),Vol:05issue:1,February 2015,pp184 – 190,ISSN -2319- 1058
  • Engineering Drawing” by V.Mallikarjuna International India research publication, 2015
  • V. Mallikarjuna, L. Sreenivasa Rao, K. Ravi Shankar; “Modification of Hydraulic Circuit of H-400 Gear Hobbing Machine”, International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research (IJETSR) ;Vol:03 Issue:2,February 2016,pp1– 15, ISSN 2394 – 3386.

List of Research Papers Published by V. Mallikarjuna

  1.  "Optimization of Petrol Engine Flywheel for Variable Speeds”, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE), Vol.12, Issue 3, Version-II, May-Jun2015, pp01-15(e-ISSN: 2278-1684, p-ISSN: 2320-334X).
  2. Fabrication of Thermo Electric Solar Fridge”, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE), Vol.12, Issue 6, Version-IV, Nov-Dec 2015, pp09-17(e-ISSN: 2278-1684, p-ISSN: 2320-334X).
  3. Modeling and Optimization of Shape of a Heat Sink Fins on Motherboard”, Journal of Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Vol.6(5),228-251, May 2015,pp228-259(ISSN 0976-5727 (Print):

List of Conferences attended by V. Mallikarjuna

  • Multipurpose-Robot”(Vision Guided Robot and Robovac) ,ORGANIZING SECRETARY  JBREC 2015,
  • Design and Development Kroto Finder”, ICEMS 2015 organized by Malla Reddy College of Engineering And Technology, Maisammaguda, Dhulapally, Secunderabad – 500100, Telangana, INDIA.


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Achievements

Faculty

  • Dr. Ravi Shankar Kalva Invited as a Judge For Mechanical Engineering at " Bandari Srinivas Technical Campus" held On March 1-2 2013 and Felicitated By The Secretary Shri. Bandari Srinivas
Students - Sports & Games

  • Ms B.Anitha,Roll No 13J21A0307 of  II year Mechanical branch is an NCC Cadet of Regimental No:AP SW/14/128052 has attended ANNUAL TRAINING CAMP-IV (LIDC) at BJG,SECUNDRABAD from 7th -16th  August 2014and was awarded a GOLD MEDAL for best senior cadet
  • Mr.Venkata Ratnam, Roll No 11J21A0312 of  IV year Mechanical branch has secured second place in WEIGHT LIFTING COMPIONSHIP(85 Kgs Category) held at Gandhi Bhavan. Hyderabad from 15th -18th  August 2014
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Seminars

Seminars , Workshops & Industrial Visits Organised By Faculty

  • Inauguration of ‘ISTE Student Chapter’ on 30-07-2015
  • A Two day Faculty Development Programme on ‘Engineering Drawing’ was organised and conducted by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on 2nd and 3rd January 2015
  • Conducted a One Day ‘Automobile Workshop’ with a Caption ‘GREASY HANDS’ to provide students the hands one experience on 05-10-2013 jointly organised by Mechanical Engineering Department and M/s Stimulus
  • Organised and conducted a Two Week ISTE Workshop on ‘Engineering Mechanics’ under the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt.of India) from 26th November to 6th December, 2013, conducted by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
  • The first batch (2011-15) students had been to ‘HMT Machine Tools Ltd – Praga Division – Hyderabad” on 27-09-2013 as a part of Industrial Visit to get firsthand Knowledge of Machine Tools
  • Organized and conducted a One Day Workshop on’ Fundamental Concepts of Forces and Relative Motions of Members’ on 22-08-2013 by Guest Speaker Dr.G.Satish Babu, Prof. in Mechanical Engineering, JNTUH, Hyderabad
  • Conducted a seminar on the topic ‘CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ for a mechanical Engineering students on 14-08-2013
  • Organized and conducted for the first time a National Level Techno-Cultural Fest 2013, ‘ME-XTREME- Yagnadhruva” March 20th and 21st 2013
  • Conducted a series of seminars on the topic ‘TIME EFFECTIVE TIPS TO ENHANCE STUDENT PERFORMANCE’ for all the First Year Students, it was initiated to motivate the students to enhance their performance in the month of February 2013.
  • Organized and conducted the First Fresher’s Day of the department of mechanical Engineering on 05-01-2013.
  • Organised and conducted a Two Week ISTE Workshop on ‘Engineering Thermodynamics’ under the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt.of India) from 11th to 21st December, 2012, conducted by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
Seminars ,Workshops& Faculty Development Programmes Attended By Faculty

Dr.Ravi Shankar Kalva

  • Attended TWO DAY workshop organized by of Mechanical Engineering, VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering & Technology on the topic "3D Printing" held on 19th and 20th March 2015.
  • Attended a One Week ISTE Workshop for Coordinators on ‘Engineering Mechanics’ under the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt.of India) from 16th – 20th September, 2013, conducted by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay at IIT - Bombay.
  • Attended a One Day Faculty Development Programme on ‘Academic Leadership Development Program’ on23rd February, 2013 conducted by Institute of Public Enterprise, HYDERABAD at Hotel Basera, SD Road, Secunderabad.
  • Attended a One Week ISTE Workshop for Coordinators on ‘Engineering Thermodynamics’ under the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt.of India) from 20th – 24th November, 2012, conducted by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay at IIT - Bombay.
  • Attended a One Day Faculty Development Programme on ‘Effective Methods of teaching for Engineering Faculty’ on 1st September 2012 conducted by Institute of Public Enterprise, HYDERABAD.
  • Attended a Two Week ISTE Workshop on ‘Introduction to Research Methodologies’ under the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt.of India) from 25th June to 04th July, 2012, conducted by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay at JBREC.
INDUSTRIAL VISIT:
  • Industrial Visit to “BHEL” Ramachandrapuram, HYDERABAD on 10-04-2015
  • Industrial Visit to “ACER MOTORS” Kushaiguda, HYDERABAD on 07-03-2014
  • The first batch (2011-15) students had been to ‘HMT Machine Tools Ltd – Praga Division – Hyderabad” on 27-09-2013