Mechanical Engineering-Laboratories

Metallurgy

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr.N. Sita ramaiah

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. AV Subbarao

OBJECTIVE:

Its objective is to train the students to understand the Structural characteristics of material or an alloy, and to prepare the specimen for testing under microscope. Microstructure of the Various Metals, Alloys both Ferrous and Non Ferrous alloys can be examined using the above mentioned Metallurgical Microscope.

Metrology

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr.P. Krishna

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. K. Eswar

OBJECTIVE:

To train the students in various significant parameters like pressure, temperature, strain and velocity and also calibrating those instruments used to measure above parameters is the main objective of this lab. Here students are exposed not only to the mechanical instruments but also to electrical and electronic instruments.

 

Mechanics Of Solids

 

Production Technology

 

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr. G.Sudhakar

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. AV Subbarao

OBJECTIVE:

The purpose of this laboratory is to introduce various production techniques of both metal and non-metals.

 

Thermal Engineering

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr. K. MOHAN KUMAR

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. P.Hrudaya raju

OBJECTIVE:

The objective is to observe and study the working of IC Engines and to find out the performance characteristics of the same. Students are encouraged to conduct performance tests on Two-stroke, Four-Stroke petrol and diesel engines with different fuel mixtures.

 

Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr. P.Rajasekhar

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. N. Srinivasa Rao

OBJECTIVE:

The purpose of this laboratory is to reinforce and enhance your understanding of the fundamentals 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.

The main objective is to introduce a variety of classical experimental and diagnostic techniques, and the principles behind these techniques. It also provides practice in making engineering judgments, estimates and assessing the reliability of your measurements, skills which are very important to all engineering disciplines

Metal Cutting & Machine Tools

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr. K.Venu babu

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. P.Hrudaya raju

OBJECTIVE:

The purpose of the laboratory is to provide students with an opportunity to work on the raw materials using different Machine tools like Lathe machine, Drilling machine, Milling machine, Slotting machine, shaping machine and Grinding Machine etc.

Instrumentation & Control System

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr. K.Hema sundar

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. k.Eswar

OBJECTIVE:

The objective of this is to train the students in measuring various significant parameters like pressure, temperature, strain and velocity and also calibrating those instruments used to measure above parameters. In this laboratory students are exposed not only to the mechanical instruments but also electrical and electronic instruments.

Heat Transfer Lab

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr. G.Rajeswarrao

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. k.Eswar

OBJECTIVE:

The objective is to make the students experience the modes of heat transfer like conduction, convection and radiation and to calculate the different parameters like thermal conductivity, heat transfer coefficient, emissivity, heat transfer rate and critical heat flux etc.

Simulation Lab

Laboratory-in-charge: Mr. Dr V. Buchaiah

Laboratory-Technician: Mr. bhaskar

OBJECTIVE:

To train the students in basic modeling and analysis softwares, to suit with industrial needs is major focus of this lab. Here students can design a component and analyze it for the applied loading conditions and appreciate the importance of CAD/CAM Softwares in simulating the real time problems. Students are trained in AutoCAD, SOLID EDGE, FEMAP, CAM EXPRESS and Ansys softwares.