About Mechanical Engineering Department


 

  Professor & Head

 Dr. Suresha C.N.

Mob:77605 87976


Email : hodmechaiems@gmail.com
Area of Interest : Welding, Monitoring, Acoustic Emission Technique
Total Teaching Experience as on June 2017: [26 years]

 

Degrees Awarded:

Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering), [Bangalore University], [2013]
M.E (Production Management), [Karnatak University], [1993]
B.E (Mechanical Engineering), [Mysore University], [1989]


Research, Professional and Scientific Activity:

No. of publications in peer-reviewed journals: 05

1. C N Suresha, B.M. Rajaprakash, Sarala Upadhya Applicability of Acoustic Emission in the Analysis of Friction Stir Welded Joints, International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering, Issue. 1, Vol. 1, May 2009.

2. C N Suresha, B M Rajaprakash, Sarala Upadhya. “Acoustic Emission Analysis of Friction Stir Welding”. World Journal of Engineering. ISSN: 1708-5284. Issue Supplement 2009:975.

3. C N Suresha, B M Rajaprakash, Sarala Upadhya. “Development of Model for Online Monitoring of Friction Stir Welding Using Acoustic Emission Technique”. World Journal of Engineering. ISSN: 1708-5284. Issue Supplement 2011:1079.

4. C N Suresha, B M Rajaprakash, Sarala Upadhya. “A Study of the effect of tool pin profiles on tensile strength of welded joints produced using friction stir welding process”. International Journal of Materials and Manufacturing Process. 26:2011; Taylor & Francis UK, Print ISSN: 1042-6914, Online ISSN: 1532-2475: 1111-1116.

5. C N Suresha, Rajaprakash B M, Sarala Upadhya “Optimization of process parameters for Conical and Cylindrical tools with grooves in Friction Stir Welding process” International Journal of Advances in Production Engineering & Management (APEM). Volume 7: Number 3: September 2012. Pp 156-206. ISSN 1854-6250(Print)ISSN 1855-6531 (On-line)


The College has started offering courses in Mechanical Engineering from Aug 2012. Already the facilities required for class rooms and labs are in place. The equipments required for all semesters Foundry, Forging & Material Testing labs have been procured. The equipments for the other labs of every semester have already established.

The facilities in the basic workshop have been expanded. New facilities has been provided for computers Aided Drawings.

New Teaching staff have been recruited in view of the starting of Mechanical Engineering  branch.

The Mechanical Engineering Department offers teaching in the Basic subject Elements of Mechanical and trains the students in Computer Aided Engineering Drawing.

The works regarding the establishment of different laboratories is going on in full swing.

The Mechanical Engineering department is committed to continuously improve the quality of education by enhancing the knowledge of student and staff members.

The department of Mechanical Engineering with highly qualified staff is well equipped with centralized laboratories having the latest configurations and software tools. The department presents a unique opportunity to study the exciting field with guidance of quality teachers.

Our Mission

To produce high quality mechanical engineers to suit diverse sectors of industry namely design, manufacturing, services, research & development, information technology and to promote technology & society symbiosis.

Our Vision

  • Imparting knowledge in basic and applied areas of mechanical engineering
  • Providing state-of-the art laboratories and infrastructure for academics and research
  • Facilitating faculty development through continuous improvement programmes
  • Promoting research, education and training in frontier areas of nanotechnology, advanced composites, surface technologies, MEMS and sustainable energy
  • Strengthening collaboration with industries, research organizations and institutes for internship, joint research and consultancy.
  • Imbibing social and ethical values in students, staff and faculty through personality development programs

The Mechanical Engineering department is committed to continuously improve the quality of education by enhancing the knowledge of student and staff members.

 


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